A biweekly publication for faculty and staff
October 5, 2016


The National Science Foundation has given UC Merced more than $3 million to help train graduate students in interdisciplinary computational sciences.
Professors Carpin, Kello, Sindi and Balasubramaniam are part of the expansion of computational training.


As the campus readies for the Merced 2020 Project groundbreaking on Oct. 14, Panorama asked some of the university's founding community members to share their favorite memory from UC Merced's pioneer days.


The campus community is invited to a groundbreaking ceremony for the Merced 2020 Project, scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, in the South Bowl.
Five-year Talent Search grants will support academic, college preparation and financial counseling for students from six area high schools.
The symposium this week features new Winston technology and notable guest speakers.
Professor Clarissa Nobile studies biofilms, which can launch deadly infections and can be extremely difficult to detect and treat.
UC Merced will honor Anita Hill as the 10th recipient of the Alice and Clifford Spendlove Prize in Social Justice, Diplomacy and Tolerance in an Oct.

In the News

UC Merced researchers are increasingly writing about their own work in opinion and analysis pieces that are finding placement in some major media outlets.

Build UC Merced

UC Merced will break ground on its next phase of development, the Merced 2020 Project, at 1 p.m. Oct. 14 in the Joseph Edward Gallo...

Campus and Public Safety

Learn more about crime statistics, policies and safety and security resources available at UC Merced.

Library Notes

This month, a new photo exhibit highlights the beauty of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and a faculty author series launches Oct. 12.

Tech Corner

In observance of National Cyber Security Month, the University of California is offering tips and resources for technology users to protect sensitive information.

Survey Says

Recent graduates share their experiences with recreational and athletic activities in the Graduating Senior Survey.


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