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Feb 17
"We Wear Our Crowns" Thursday, March 2, 2017 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm COB2 - Room 190 we_wear_our_crowns_2017_flyer-4_revised_cobii_2-14-17.pdf
Feb 13
Wednesday, March 1st 2pm - 3:30 pm Alpine Room (Tenaya Hall)
Jan 30
Effective Jan. 1, 2017, all UC Merced employees, including administrators, staff, faculty, other academic appointees including graduate student employees, fellows and visiting scholars, and non-affiliates (individuals present in the workplace that are not employees, such as vendors, contractors and volunteers) are subject to this policy, which expressly prohibits abusive conduct in the workplace...
Nov 29
Join UC Merced faculty members to discuss:  What does it mean that we have a Trump / Pence Presidency:  a Republican House / Senate:  A Vacant Supreme Court Seat, etc.  What Kinds of Changes could be enacted over teh next four years? Tuesday, November 29 Location:  COB2 - 110 Time:  5:00 PM For more information contact Onar Primitivo, Coordinator of Social...
Nov 18
KL 362 The dialogues are intended as an informal discussion space.   All campus community members are welcome to attend to bring their experiences and ideas on institutional inclusion, respect and equity.
Nov 18
The Council meetings begin with a 15 period for public comment. The Council's charge is to provide ongoing evaluation of campus climate conditions, practices and policies; suggest measures that will support the goals of inclusion and community; and coordinate its analyses, recommendations and other work with related work of any entities created by faculty, staff, students, or neighboring...
Nov 09
http://chancellor.ucmerced.edu/content/yesterdays-presidential-election November 9, 2016 Dear Campus Community, Our campus, our state, our nation and the world are processing the result of Tuesday’s presidential election. Our students, many of whom are the children of immigrants and rightfully take pride in being the first in their families to attend college,...
Jul 13
Acceptance key to ending anti-gay violence By Christopher Ramirez The horrendous June 12 attack on Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub is widely considered a terrorist attack, but it was also a hate crime. FBI statistics show hate crimes against LGBT people occur more frequently than against any other group in America. Was it also part of the price the LGBT community must pay to gain acceptance?...

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