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Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Remove FREE. The participants of this working group and seminar facilitators will include members from four UC Merced graduate groups: Interdisciplinary humanities, public health, sociology, and political science. The seminars will be open to all undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in these topics. Summary: This grant will help to support a newly-forming Mesoamerican Studies Center MASC at UC Merced, which will become a resource for faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, staff, and the community at large.

Today, more than 90 percent of all Latinos living in the Central Valley of California are Mesoamericans, a high percentage of them of Indigenous origin, and as of Fall , 48 percent of UC Merced undergraduates identified as Latino. It is logical that UC Merced scholars would be uniquely interested in researching and working with the flow and ebb of this critical population, their issues, histories, and cultures.

Summary: This grant will help to support the activities of the interdisciplinary forum CS-BIG, which focuses on advanced research training of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in genomics, biomedicine, and drug targeting in cancer systems biology. In the past CS-BIG has hosted 25 seminar speakers and meetings have an average attendance of about 20 researchers including students, researchers, and faculty from all three schools at UC Merced.

The goal of CS-BIG is to attract a federally funded training grant supporting research and education in computational cancer and systems biology. Giving Directory Apply. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram. Graduate Division. The speakers' presentations are available on the event's web page.

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Each year, a distinction is granted to a selection of very high quality theses, in order to highlight the doctoral candidates' research work and their scientific merit. Published: This immersion week, organized by the Education Outreach Department in close collaboration with the high school representatives since many years, allowed the students to approach the engineering sciences in an interdisciplinary way.

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