The UC Merced Center for the Humanities has turned the world upside down.
Two UC Merced graduate students will continue their research into world heritage with the support of prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships.
An international two-day conference on the Black Arts Movement will draw world-renowned scholars, musicians and artists, and offer new scholarship and perspectives on the 1960s and 1970s mov
An exhibit coordinated by a UC Merced professor weaves together music, literature, photography, video and oral history to tell stories of the workers who keep the region’s economy moving.
In John Bultena’s writing classes, students often explore new literary classics. Like “Batwoman Volume 1: Hydrology.”
Just because it’s summertime doesn’t mean research at UC Merced comes to a halt.
Just the opposite.
This summer, professors and students at all levels are conducting a variety of research projects on campus, off campus, in the oceans and forests and around the world.
Up in Yosemite National Park, for example, nine undergraduate students are getting a summer experience to last them a lifetime, conducting research with faculty researchers from UC Merced, scientists from the U.S. Geologic Survey and from the park.
Nation-states, as we know them, have been built and rebuilt since the 18th century.
Researchers at the university in your backyard are delving into issues of great importance to the San Joaquin Valley, the state, the nation and the world.
You can learn more about their work at the eighth annual UC Merced Research Week, from March 4 through 8, on campus and in downtown Merced.
Research at UC Merced encompasses cancer; diabetes; climate change; water, soil and air quality; water availability; nanotechnology and robotics; history; mapping; archaeology; human genes; and much, much more.