Listen to Professor Bryan Tassey share information about the upcoming Merced College Agriculture Division's Annual Plant Sale - Saturday March 26th 8am to 2pm - succulents, assorted vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, perennials, annuals, shade trees, fruit trees AND free seminars!
Listen to information about the new Nutrition 70G Baking Basics and Business - a course for everyone! Learn about the many different methods and techniques - learn the how to for cookies and cakes,doughs, crusts for pies, quick breads Short term course, 9 weeks, Tuesday and Thursday evenings 5.30-7.50pm. Baking, it's a piece of cake!
Listen to a student of the Theatre Arts Degree Program share a few thoughts about the program, the courses and where to get more information. Visit the Theatre webpage for more information at http://www.mccd.edu/academics/divisions/art/Drama.html
A Merced College EOPS Presentation, April 2015 - The Child Development Center
Listen to an EOPS Presentation at held at Merced College, April 15, 2015 - Becoming A Teacher, by the Recruitment & Retention Office of CSU Stanislaus.
Listen to an EOPS Presentation held at Merced College, April 2015 - "Financial Aid"
Listen to Curtis Nelson, Conductor of the Merced College Chorale tell you about the upcoming concert performed by the Merced College Chorale "Songs From The Great American Songbook".
The Los Banos campus is trying something new by going virtual in the Fall! Los Banos will be offering two social media courses - Social Media Strategist, a 3 unit course (VIRT55) and Effective Blogging, a .5 unit course (VIRT53) via web conference at the Los Banos campus! Listen to Brenda Latham, Dean of the Los Banos campus discuss this new venture with the Professor of the class, Toni Pirtle.
Find Out More About The Future 10 Acre Botanical Garden at Merced College from Professor Bryan Tassey
In November 2014, the Merced College Board of Trustees approved a 10 acre area of land for a Botanical Garden. Listen as Professor Tassey explains how different parts of the garden will serve as a meeting place representing the city of Merced and the county of Merced, theme gardens representing ethnic groups for the last 20 years, and specialty gardens - including a specialty garden for children. The area is intended to be interactive and provide not only an opportunity to showcase plants but also different practices, including irrigation practices. Professor Tassey explains how this project factors in with the current drought because it provides ideas of what plants can live here, and what should live here - dealing directly with water requirements. Listen to how this project will involve the entire campus, including student participation, instructor participation, college staff and the community. Find out more at the Merced College Agriculture facebook page. Professor Tassey can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out www.treepartnersfoundation.org
- UC Merced, CSU Stanislaus and CSU Fresno General Information
- Admissions (Transfer Requirements
- GE Breadth Pattern
- Dates & Deadlines
- What each offers as far as housing and financial aid
Exciting News From Dr Robert Anderson, Merced College Dean of Allied Health, Business & Public Safety
Dean Anderson shares exciting news for students, faculty and staff from Merced College Area 4, Allied Health, Business and Public Safety. Listen as Dean Anderson provides an update on the events held this academic year, as well as upcoming events! Also hear about the $525,000 in grants awarded to the area of Allied Health, Business and Public Safety this year.
Merced College Performance & Lecture Series 2014-15 Living Above The Fossil Zoo-23 Million Years of Geological History Under the Central Valley
As part of the Merced College Performance & Lecture Series, Robert Davies, Merced College Professor of Physical Sciences presented "Living Above The Fossil Zoo: 23 Million Years of Geological History Under The Central Valley" on Thursday March 12th, 2015. Listen here to the audio of that presentation.
Merced College Performance & Lecture Series 2014-15: Dangerous History: Korea, love and the Japanese American Internment
As part of the Merced College Performance & Lecture Series, Michael Lorenz, Merced College History Professor Presented "Dangerous History:Korea, love and the Japanese American Internment on February 19th, 2015. Listen here to the audio of that presentation.
On December 5th, 2014, a Merced College Forum was held. This file is an audio recording of a presentation given by Vice President Dr Joanne Shultz during the Forum.