News Briefs March 11, 2011

WOMEN’S DAY IN MARCH March commemorates and pays tribute to the generations of women who have proved invaluable to society. Riverside is one of many cities in the United States taking part in celebrating these women by hosting “Gather the Women 2011.”The Gather event kicked off with a “Join Women on the Bridge” event on […]

Healthy Expansion of Opportunity

The College of Allied Health has been open since August 2010 and it is expanding by adding the new Department of Health Sciences for the upcoming fall semester. Led by Chuck Sands, the founding dean of the college of allied health, the department hopes to open this fall with three new areas of study. “It’s […]

Building connections for future employment

In an effort to help students grow and incorporate their careers into the Riverside community, there are programs that stress the importance of internships and provide students with a valuable career experience. Among these programs is the Riverside EDvantage citywide internship program which specifically focus- es on bringing the Riverside community together by connecting students […]

Housing reformulated

Last year, housing sign-ups were completely online. This year, the Office of Residence Life will give students a better system for selecting housing – in person. “The idea is to give students more freedom,” Carson Belmont, Housing Services Coordinator, said. “Technology is great but sometimes it limits students from a face-to-face interaction or questions.” Residence […]

Students gather for Nations Chapel

Students of California Baptist University came together March 9 for Nations Chapel. Reminded that the nations are not merely physical regions and boundaries, students were encouraged to make disciples, whether that was overseas or in the United States, for as long as they lived. Toward the end of the chapel service, United States Project team […]

Building a new business

The School of Business shows signs of continuous expansion as it introduces its brand new Construction Management major. Headed by Assistant Professor Francois Jacobs, the program will begin in the fall. “It is here to help give the students a choice when they have a career in business,” Jacobs said. “There are a lot of […]

News Briefs Feb. 25, 2011

BLACK HISTORY MONTH The month of February is recognized as National Black History Month to commemorate the contributions that African-Americans made to the United States. With a wide variety of ways to celebrate, California Baptist University as well as University of California, Riverside showed their appreciation. UCR held events during the month of February with […]