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CHASS Leadership Announcement

Colleagues, With great pleasure, I update you on new and continuing leadership appointments in the Office of the Dean. Read More
Ryan Lipinski

CHASS appoints Ryan Lipinski as Assistant Dean of Student Success

Riding the wave of a historic incoming first-year class, CHASS has reaffirmed the college’s commitment to student achievement by creating a new Assistant Dean position entirely devoted to student success. “I am thrilled to be the first Assistant Dean of Student Success in CHASS,” Ryan Lipinski said. Lipinski, who started his professional career at UCR...
By By Alejandra Prado, Student Writer/CHASS Marketing and Communications |
Humanities Building

Letter from the Dean: Tracy Avery

CHASS Colleagues, Please join me in congratulating Tracy Avery on her appointment to a new role as Executive Assistant to the Dean in UCR’s School of Education . Tracy’s new role will include an opportunity to take on new responsibilities at UCR. Since July 2018, Tracy has directly served three CHASS Deans as an Executive...
2023 SROP Scholars

Summer Research Opportunity Program prepares aspiring scholars for graduate school

Seven scholars. Seven weeks. Two coasts: Unlimited potential. The Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP), a residential research experience for undergraduates from colleges and universities recruited throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, wrapped up with presentations to more than 80 in-person and virtual guests on Thursday, July 20, at the UCR Palm Desert Center...
By Jeff Girod, Marketing and Communications |
State of the College 2023

CHASS State of the College 2023

We take this opportunity to celebrate our milestones and look to the future of CHASS. The State of the College presentation was in-person and live-streamed on Thursday, June 1, 2023, at 2 p.m., in INTS 1128 . It is a moment of focus, but also a moment of reflection and celebration. Three terms framed a...
Student Speaker 2022

69th Commencement Student Speaker Application

Every year, CHASS invites students to speak to their fellow graduates. This year, the College invites students to speak on the following topic: We in CHASS say that “At Home in the World” is more than just a saying or a slogan. It really represents what it means to be a student of the humanities...
Leadership Announcement

CHASS Electronic Communications Policy

Colleagues, Pursuant to the University of California Electronic Communications Policy , UCR Policy Number 350-11 on Email Distribution , and the UCR Social Networking Policy Document , the CHASS Office of the Dean adopts the following guidelines for College-wide electronic communications: Communications from the Office of the Dean Non-elective electronic communications from the Office of...
Humanities Building

CHASS announces new faculty promotions

In accordance with a review by UCR’s Academic Personnel Office and the approval of the Office of the Provost , the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS) announces the promotion of 22 faculty members, taking effect July 1, 2022. Promotions include four faculty members who have been promoted to Distinguished Professor, three promoted...
Campus Bell Tower

CHASS Workplace Strategic Flexibility 2022-2023

CHASS staff and supervisors, As we approach the beginning of the fall academic quarter, we take many of the lessons learned since March 2020 and begin applying them to a long-term vision of how and where work is performed in support of our College mission to advance educational opportunity and world-class research in Inland Southern...
Leadership Announcement

CHASS Leadership Announcement

Colleagues, With great pleasure, I announce three important additions to our CHASS leadership structure. All three of these leaders will bolster their respective talented and dedicated teams. Please join me in congratulating Cova, Jeff, and Leigh on their new roles. Yours sincerely, Daryle Williams Professor of History and Dean College of the Humanities, Arts, and...