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    Impact: Planned Reserve for Conservation, Education

    Sixty-five-hundred acres of protected land adjacent to UC Merced, which is home to vernal pools and their accompanying flora and fauna, is planned to be a natural reserve.
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    Center Helps Empower Students to Success

    Whether they are struggling academically or just want to sharpen their skills, the Calvin E. Bright Success Center gives UC Merced students a boost through personal tutoring, advising and mentoring services.
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    Study Abroad Program Transforms Student's Life

    UC Merced student Mario Trejo realized an impossible dream and spent a semester in Florence studying Italian. He learned he was able to transcend his difficult history and realized the extent of what he was capable.
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    Graduate Studies: A Lifetime of Discovery

    UC Merced is where you will take the next steps into your future, whether your interests lie in the sciences, engineering, social sciences or humanities.
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    California's Water Tower

    This episode of Onward California follows Roger Bales, director of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute at UC Merced, into the mountains to measure the water and geochemical balance of the landscape.
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    Impact: Understanding Addiction with Fruit Flies

    UC Merced Professor Fred Wolf uses fruit flies to better understand the neurological impacts of alcoholism.
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    UC Merced Welcomes Class of 2016

    Returning students, faculty and staff welcomed UC Merced's incoming class of 2016 as they walked across the Scholars Lane Bridge and through the Beginnings Sculpture as a symbol of the start of the university's eighth academic year.
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    Impact: Racing Team Puts Classroom Lessons to the Test

    UC Merced's Society of Automotive Engineers team members gain hands-on experience that will help them in their future careers and beyond.
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    Our Digital Life: (Ep. 3) The Future

    The final episode of "Our Digital Life" shows how UC Merced scientists are developing digital technology to help visualize, research and learn about things we could previously only imagine.
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    Our Digital Life (Ep. 2): The Present

    UC Merced cognitive scientists and computer engineers are collaborating and using real time, 3-D motion capture technology to understand our complex behavior and how we use it to record and analyze the way we live.