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Dear Campus Community/UC Merced families,
I am writing to share the latest developments in the investigation that were released today by the FBI and the steps that our community is taking to recover and heal.
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland issued the following message to the campus community Saturday, Nov. 7:
Dear campus community:
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland issued the following message to the campus community Friday morning, Nov. 6:
Dear students, faculty and staff,
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland issued the following message to the campus community in the wake of yesterday’s stabbing incident on the UC Merced campus:
“We are in the preliminary stages of our inquiry, but based on the evidence gathered so far, including at the crime scene and at the suspect’s campus dormitory room, we have no reason to believe that this was in any way related to terrorism.
“At this point, it would be irresponsible to draw such conclusions based solely on the ethnicity of the suspect.
The University of California has selected its second class of Global Food Initiative (GFI) fellows — including three students from UC Merced — who will work on projects ranging from food access to policy to waste.
Four months into the reporting period for Gov. Jerry Brown’s water-reduction mandate, and UC Merced has so far exceeded the goal.
Now it needs the campus community's help.
The campus, which constructed all of its buildings to be 40 percent more efficient than state requirements, has so far been able to trim another 25 percent of its water consumption from the baseline year of 2013, despite the addition of two new buildings and 1,000 more students since then.