Selected Works: Graduate Student Research @ UC Merced is an exhibit series that presents snapshots of research conducted by UCM graduate students. The exhibits recognize UCM Graduate Student contributions and raise awareness to the breadth of inquiry being conducted at UC Merced.
Come see how graduate students at the first research university of the 21st century are conducting research that changes the way we look at our world. In this first installment, three selected graduate student research projects are highlighted. From forest fires to the human brain and the Black Arts movement of the 1960s, graduate students at UC Merced are pursuing exciting research projects that make major contributions to their fields.
Join us this Thursday, February 5th, 4-6pm, 4th Floor, UC Merced Library, to view the exhibit and for a reception honoring three UC Merced Ph.D. candidates: Alisa Keyser, Environmental Systems; Kim McMillon, Interdisciplinary Humanities; and Jangle Szary, Cognitive and Information Sciences.
Learn more at: http://library.ucmerced.edu/use/exhibits/gallery/623
Sponsored by the UC Merced Library and the UC Merced Graduate Division.