A biweekly publication for faculty and staff
February 13, 2015

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UC Merced faculty members are part of a new UC systemwide effort to study the ecological effects of climate change across varied ecosystems.

Spotlight

Colleen McCormick is an enthusiastic supporter of UC Merced's sustainability goals and hopes to expand the campus's culture of sustainability.

News

UC Merced staff members: If you have a novel idea that improves how vital tasks get done, boosts the work environment or enhances customer service, the chancellor wants to hear from you.
Having trouble sticking to your New Year's resolution to get healthier in 2015? UC Living Well can help you get on the right path to wellness.
The new chair will conduct research, teach and provide a vision for the future of humanities research at UC Merced.
The UC Merced Art Gallery presents “The Contact: Quilts of the Sierra Nevada” by Ann Johnston, through March 20. Made possible through grant support from the Center for the Humanities, “The Contact” features 14 quilts inspired by the Sierra Nevada.
UC Merced is converting one of the campus’s parking lots into a high-mobility lot that will feature added spots for carpool and vanpool parking, University Business permits and personal parking meters, along with solar-powered charging stations for electric vehicles.

Library Notes

The Association of College & Research Libraries released a new report summarizing the important relationship between libraries and student learning and success.

Tech Corner

UC Merced IT has implemented Automic, a new tool that automatically schedules recurring nightly jobs.

Business and Financial Services

Director of Policy and Compliance Sheryl Ireland now part of new division under the Office of the Chancellor.

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