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Fieldwork in Nepal with Dr. Aldenderfer
Dr. Mark Aldenderfer (UC Merced) and Mohan Singh Lama (Nepal’s Department of Archaeology) excavate a cave at the Samdzong site.
Communication, Culture, and Health Research Team
Professor Susana Ramírez is an infodemiologist. Trained in communication and public health, her research focuses on how patterns of access to and the ability to make sense of information influence...
Professor ShiPu Wang Curates Exhibit for the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Professor ShiPu Wang gave a public lecture for the exhibition he curated for the Smithsonian American Art Museum In Washington, D.C.
Mapping Pre-Hispanic Archaeological Sites with Dr. Scaffidi
Dr. Beth K. Scaffidi uses a Total Station to map the limits of an archaeological site in the Majes Valley of Arequipa, Peru as part of a rescue excavation of a looted cemetery dating to the mid-first...
May Day Interviews in El Salvador with Dr. Almeida
University of El Salvador sociology undergraduates conducted survey interviews at a May Day demonstration in San Salvador, El Salvador, with UC Merced Sociology Professor, Dr. Paul Almeida.

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Featured News

February 6, 2023

Teenie Matlock, Cognitive and Information Sciences professor and the McClatchy Chair in Communications, has been awarded the fourth Jeffrey L. Elman Prize for Scientific Achievement and Community...

February 3, 2023

A new landmark study by the UC Merced Community and Labor Center shows farmworkers across California are facing serious health challenges on a daily basis. The goal of the Farmworker Health...

January 20, 2023

Public Health Communication Professor Susana Ramirez talks about the implications of Madera losing its only hospital serving the community. Read more here.

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