School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts
For Helen Dahman, college was always more marathon than sprint.
Now 73, Dahman was just out of high school when she took her first college classes. But she wasn’t ready then and instead entered the workforce, married, raised a family and volunteered at her sons’ schools.
Infants show a sharp increase in understanding and using language shortly after they begin walking, according to research by a UC Merced developmental psychology professor.
The UC Merced Center for the Humanities has turned the world upside down.
TaNayiah Bryels didn’t get the lead role of Mary in her first-grade Christmas pageant, but it did spark a lifelong interest in theater.
Verbal interactions between parents and children create a social feedback loop important for language development, according to research by a professor at the University of California, Merced.
Valley fever, described as a “silent epidemic” by the Centers for Disease Control, will be explored through a series of wide-ranging talks at the University of California, Merced.
A $1 increase in university spending generates an 89 cent increase in local noneducation labor income — evidence of a measurable spillover effect created by public research institutions, according to
People’s attitudes could affect the amount of information they share, said UC Merced researchers who studied a massive chunk of Yelp business review data.
Like many children on long car trips, Erin Mutch often asked “Where are we?” But instead of telling her, Mutch’s parents gave her a map to figure it out.
Two UC Merced graduate students will continue their research into world heritage with the support of prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships.