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April 11, 2024
The newest major in UC Merced's School of Engineering is one of the most exciting subjects in - and out of - this world. Aerospace engineering, one of the fastest-growing industries in the state, will be available as a major area of study at the university in fall 2025. The adoption of an...
April 10, 2024
(Lee este artículo en español.) Take the cultural rewards of preserving Spanish for babies and toddlers in a bilingual home. Bring in two speech pathologists steeped in techniques that make language learning irresistible for young minds. Sprinkle in bright colors, bold graphics and infectious...
April 8, 2024
"Flora," the latest film by Yehuda Sharim, will have its world premiere later this spring at a festival in Philadelphia, according to the UC Merced global arts professor. Sharim describes "Flora" as a collective memoir of post-teen daughters of immigrants who must teach...
April 5, 2024
Federal and state government officials journeyed to the western corner of Merced County on Thursday to announce a new project to place solar panels on the water in the Delta-Mendota Canal. The project is part of a $19 million investment through President Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act...
April 4, 2024
The campus and community are invited to participate in this year’s Pride Week at UC Merced, taking place April 8-12. Lambda Alliance (LAMBDA) is spearheading efforts once again in collaboration with other campus units, offices and departments. A variety of events are planned all week long to...
April 4, 2024
Who will UC Merced’s Grad Slam champion be? Cheer on the finalists on April 8 and find out. Graduate students from UC Merced’s three schools will take the stage to compete in the Graduate Division’s 10th Grad Slam finals. Grad Slam is an annual University of California...
April 4, 2024
How do you find your way to a lucrative career in tech? That's a question many students want answered. The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and the Banatao Institute at UC Merced hosted the seventh annual ¡Valle! Get Your Start in Tech!...
April 2, 2024
UC Merced’s Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES) is among 95 programs recognized and supported by the Mellon Foundation in an initiative called Affirming Multivocal Humanities. CRES will use a $100,000 grant from the foundation to kick-start several student-led activities designed to...
April 1, 2024
The 12th edition of the Bobcat Art Show, which debuts this week in a new space, is further proof that creativity can come from anywhere in the UC Merced community. “In addition to the amazing work done by our Global Arts Studies students and faculty, we have some incredible pieces by...

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