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February 7, 2014

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a Grammy award-winning singing troupe, brings its blend of vocal harmonies to Merced as part of Arts UC Merced Presents' spring event lineup.
Renowned South African A Capella Group to Perform

Message from Leadership

Vice Chancellor of the Office of Research and Economic Development Sam Traina gives an update on the progress of the new grants process and more.

Spotlight

Chris Butler started at UC Merced as a student and stayed on to help run the The Foster Family Center for Engineering Service Learning.

News

Quite often, misconceptions about leading a healthy life can have serious implications on a person’s overall health.
UC Merced is searching for a development team that will prove instrumental in financing and significantly expanding the campus’s size and capacity to enroll 10,000 students by 2020.
The International Conference on the Black Arts Movement and Legacies will shed light on recent assessments of the Black Arts Movement.
The UC Merced men’s soccer team showed plenty of promise during its inaugural intercollegiate season.

Human Resources

Read about UCnet, the new website for faculty and staff members and retirees, that launched this week and catch up the latest news from Human Resources.

Library Notes

Learn how the UC Merced Library assists with the campus's research mission and read about updates to the unit's statistical databases.

Business and Financial Services

Applications for the Financial Management Certification Program will be accepted until Feb. 14. Learn more about the program and its benefits in this week's Business and Financial Services news.

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