Over 50 students attended, excited to hear from career panelists that came from a variety of areas in the management work field including the E and J Gallo Winery, UBS Financial, Mercy Medical Center, and more
The 2020 Project at UC Merced is the current phase of a larger sustainability plan called the Triple Zero Commitment established by the Long-Range Development Plan (LRDP). The goal of this detailed LRDP is to achieve zero net energy, eliminate landfill waste, and climate neutrality by the year 2020.
The new Classroom and Academic Office Building “CAOB” for the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Arts [SSHA] will be located between the Kolligian Library and Ranchers Road. The Senior Project Director for Physical Planning, Design and Construction for CAOB, Leon Waller, shares some information about the new building with us.
Are the parking needs of UC Merced’s handicapped students being neglected by campus services? Some handicapped students at UC Merced feel that there are insufficient handicapped parking spaces and problematic parking-related services.