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All Articles with the Category: International Affairs

Situation in Afghanistan + UCR resources for students and scholars

Dear Campus Community, As you have seen from recent news coverage, the safety and security situation in Afghanistan has unraveled quickly as Allied troops withdraw and the Taliban resurgence took over the Afghan government. It is upsetting to watch the news coverage in Afghanistan and other areas of the world that are experiencing violence and...

Spring 2021 Employee of the Quarter: Macy Ring

International Affairs is proud to announce the Spring 2021 Employee of the Quarter is Macy J. Ring. Macy was nominated and selected by peers for her outstanding work in overseeing all administrative aspects of UCR’s Faculty Led Education Abroad Program (FLEAP). There is no doubt that 2020 and 2021 have been incredibly difficult years for...
By IA Staff | | International Affairs

Winter 2021 Employee of the Quarter: Mely Fitzgerald

International Affairs is proud to announce that the Winter 2021 Employee of the Quarter is Mely Fitzgerald. Mely was nominated and selected by peers for her professionalism, dedication to International Affairs, and her collegiality. Mely Fitzgerald has a long history of cultivating meaningful relationships across campus. She currently serves as the Executive Assistant to the...
By IA Staff | | International Affairs

Fall 2020 Employee of the Quarter: David Dai

As part of an ongoing strategy to build a healthy, inclusive, and supportive environment, International Affairs has launched a series of new recognition efforts to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding work our staff undertake each day. For Fall 2020, Wei “David” Dai was nominated and selected by peers for his dedication and flexibility during an...
By IA Staff | | International Affairs

Students Honored at International Affairs Recognition Ceremony

As mentioned in the previous article, the International Affairs Recognition Ceremony was a bit different this year. Normally, International Affairs would host a special Recognition Ceremony just before graduation, as a way to celebrate the accomplishments of international students, scholars, faculty and staff before commencement. But with the emergence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the emergencies...
| International Affairs

International Affairs Recognition Ceremony 2019 - 2020: Honoring Faculty and Staff

Nominated by the campus community, the 2019 - 2020 International Affairs Recognition Ceremony honors a select group of students, faculty and staff for their exceptional contributions to the international community at UCR. In a normal year, International Affairs would host a special Recognition Ceremony just before graduation, as a way to celebrate the accomplishments of...
| International Affairs

Covid-19 Response: All International Affairs operations will be conducted remotely, March 15, 2020

Please note: In response to the March 14, 2020 campus announcement, all International Affairs operations will be conducted remotely. We understand that this is a stressful and dynamic situation. Information about the novel coronavirus and its global impact changes daily, making it difficult to navigate the uncertainty. We are here to help. Whether you are...
| International Affairs
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