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2019

Spring

  Congratulations soon-to-be graduates! You're a day away from finally graduating! You’re almost free! But what happens now? Graduating can be one of the most satisfying and stressful times in your life. We asked a few...
Each semester the School of Natural Sciences recognizes exceptional graduating students by presenting them with an ‘Outstanding Student Award.’   Students are nominated and selected by the faculty who oversee their major....
A soon-to-be Biological Sciences graduate shares thoughts about her time at UC Merced   SNS Undergraduate, Whitney Williams   Thinking back over the past four years, and to the future with graduation approaching, I can only...
It's been another busy semester for SNS faculty. Here are just a few of their achievements.   PUBLICATIONS Dr. Jessica Blois, co-author. Understanding ecological change across large spatial, temporal, and taxonomic scales: integrating...
2018

Spring

Serving the local community is a key mission of the University of California, Merced. The School of Natural Sciences’ faculty and students are certainly committed to doing their part.  The Merced City School District recently opened the...
“How can I transfer my love of chemistry to a satisfying career?” “I’m a biology major, but I don’t want to be a doctor. What are my options?” “What exactly can I DO with my applied math degree?”...
The School of Natural Sciences recently celebrated our Outstanding Student Awards during a reception on April 20, 2018.  The students from each of our majors were selected by the faculty and celebrated for their academic and personal achievement....
RadioBio and its President Kinsey Brock were big winners at the 2018 Leadership Awards. Ms. Brock was awarded Organization President of the Year, and RadioBio was honored with the University Friends Circle Community Service Organization Award. So...
The School of Natural Sciences is pleased to announce our new Living Learning Communities, launching in Fall 2018.    Residential learning communities across the country have proven to increase student success in two ways.  First,...