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Middle School Initiative
Middle School Initiative expects to boost college access
To boost college access, UCR’s School of Education is reaching out to Inland Empire middle school students and their families through a Middle School Initiative aimed at helping them get on the right academic track for college. The school is sponsoring an essay contest, sending representatives to eighth-grade promotion ceremony, and a creating summer academy for middle school students to embrace science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
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A new study led by Chioun Lee, a University of California, Riverside associate professor of sociology, found that Black Americans trail white Americans when it comes to financial stability in midlife, which may impact brain health in old age. (Photo: Getty Images)
Black Americans: A link between cognitive health and financial instability
Racial minorities develop cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias at younger ages.
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rank of Best Graduate Education Programs in the nation per U.S. News & World Report
100
percent of entering doctoral students receive multiyear fellowships
86
percent of students receive grants, scholarships, and fellowships
21
million plus dollars in grant money awarded to faculty in the last five years
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