Young undocumented Latinos who gain legal status, even on a temporary basis, experience significant positive effects on their psychological well-being, according to a new study published in the journal Social Science & Medicine.
UC... Read More
Nearly 70 percent of Americans use some form of social media, according to a Pew Research Center survey. There is little doubt it affects our daily lives — but how?
UC Merced Ph.D. graduate Holly Rus recently defended her... Read More
Domonique Jones got a taste of public office while serving as president of the Associated Students of UC Merced (ASUCM). Now the 2016 graduate is furthering that information in the state Capitol.
Since her graduation, Jones has been... Read More
Mark T. Harris, J.D., has been appointed to the California Fair Employment and Housing Council by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Harris is a continuing lecturer of management and business economics at UC Merced since 2008 and a practicing attorney in... Read More
The UC Merced Library’s digital assets team is playing an important role in providing access to a swath of modern history that will contribute to research and society.
The team has been asked to digitize about 127,000 pages from 49... Read More
Often, when people talk about or study refugees, the focus is on policy, rescue operations or terrorism. Rarely is the conversation centered on refugees as human beings.
But a new collaboration among five UC campuses — including UC... Read More
The works of Shakespeare, perhaps more so than any in the western canon, have been subject to reinterpretation and reappraisal by generations of artists, scholars and laypeople.
Some, like Verdi’s opera “Otello,” are... Read More
The newest campus in the University of California system, UC Merced is a campus that attracts leaders — individuals who enjoy the challenge of paving the way for others to follow — and the Class of 2017 is no different.
On... Read More
Chris Fradkin, a UC Merced lecturer and alumnus, is heading to Brazil in search of “lost science.”
The term, first coined in 1995 in a Scientific American article by W. Wayt Gibbs, refers to the untold amount of viable... Read More
Por James Leonard, Comunicações Universitárias
Traduzido por Gracy Durães Mantoan
Chris Fradkin, professor e ex-aluno da Universidade da Califórnia em Merced, está indo para o Brasil em busca de "ciência perdida."
O termo,... Read More