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Message from the Dean

We are saddened by the recent passing of Thang Vu, a UCR student in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences majoring in neuroscience. On behalf of the entire College, we extend thoughts of peace and comfort to Thang's family, friends, and CHASS First colleagues. If this has personally affected you, and you find...
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Message from the Dean

On Thursday, November 18, 2021, after considering consistent recommendations of the UC Riverside Academic Senate Committee on Privilege and Tenure, Chancellor Wilcox, and President Drake, the Board of Regents voted to dismiss a tenured member of the Department of Sociology, Dr. Augustine Kposowa, for violating the Faculty Code of Conduct due to sexual misconduct with...
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Message from the Dean

The CHASS Office of the Dean joins the entire UCR community in mourning the recent loss of Mereseini Rakabu, a student majoring in CHASS pre-business. Our deepest sympathies are with Mereseini's loved ones, friends, classmates, and professors during this difficult time. If this personally affected you, and you find yourself in need of comfort and...
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Message from the Dean

We are saddened by the passing of Saisrinath Chippa, a junior who majored in psychology and business economics at UC Riverside. CHASS and the entire UCR community mourn this loss with Saisrinath's family, friends, classmates, and professors. If this personally affected you, and you find yourself in need of comfort and support, please know that...
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Message from the Dean

To our CHASS community, We are deeply saddened by the recent death of William Dunlop, an associate professor of social/personality psychology in UC Riverside’s Department of Psychology. Dr. Dunlop, who directed the Personality and Identity Lab (PAIL), explored the ways in which individuals make sense of themselves and their lives. He taught both undergraduate and...
Janice Henry

Leader, mother, Tik-Tok enthusiast

Janice Henry is a key member of CHASS Student Affairs. Serving as the CHASS Enrollment Management Supervisor, she has become the first supervisor of the new enrollment management team for CHASS. In her role, Henry works closely with the Registrar's Office, CHASS department chairs and faculty, and assists students with enrollment. She is also the...
By Jessica Ruiz Vega, Student Writer/CHASS Marketing & Communications |
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Message from the Dean

Today I write to share recent news about our CHASS students, staff, and faculty: The collective open letter from our CHASS Chairs, Program and Center Directors, Stop Redlining UCR, is a clear statement on structural racism, and the first step in how we can come together to create change. Thank you all for your message...
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CHASS Dean's statement on the Jan. 6 events at the U.S. Capitol

On January 6th we bore witness to insurrectionists storming the U.S. Capitol. We stand with Chancellor Wilcox’s statement in condemning “…in the strongest possible terms the horrific mob attack…”. This event is not singular but is rooted in a longer history of racism and antiblack violence, expectations of who government is meant to serve, and...
By The CHASS Dean’s Office |
Julie Salgado

CHASS Staff Spotlight

Julie Salgado and Brittany Fraser are part of the CHASS Facilities team at UCR. Since the beginning of campus closure in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been assigned new responsibilities in CHASS. They have also faced various challenges. Below, they share how they have learned and grown from this experience. Julie Salgado...
By Arlyn Valles, Student Writer/CHASS Marketing & Communications |
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CHASS stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

The College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at UCR stands for inclusion and social justice and intensely condemns the killing of Black people targeted specifically because of their race. CHASS stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement for peace, equality, and justice. We stand in solidarity with Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian American...