In March, UC Merced professors hope to answer some fundamental questions about the planet's chemical and biological processes through a series of data-gathering flights.
The Modesto Junior College Presidential Search Committee announced three finalists for the seat of MJC president on Wednesday.
University of California, Merced physics professor Lin Tian was awarded the National Science Foundation's esteemed Faculty Early Career Development Award last week. She is the fourth professor at UC Merced to earn the honor in four years.
People often say that there isn't enough time in the day, and for teachers that is true. With a typical school day lasting around six hours, there simply isn't enough time for students to fully understand language arts, math, history and science.
California State University Stanislaus students are making a positive impact on the Turlock community while they work towards a higher education degree. Through the CSU Stanislaus Office of Service learning, over 2,000 students contribute volunteer hours each semester. Students were recognized for this effort and CSU Stanislaus was awarded the national President's Higher Education Community Service Award for the fourth straight year.
First graders in Mrs. Montejano's class at Wakefield Elementary School are not only learning reading, writing and mathematics. They are also learning the meaning of words like responsibility and respect as part of the Turlock Unified School District's Strategic Plan to reinforce "the character traits necessary to become self-motivated, responsible citizens in our community."
Smashing through obstacles and not taking "no" for an answer is what Turlock Christian senior Demsina Babazadeh is best known for, well, and her success as a first generation American.
Oil companies may not be excited about California State Assembly Majority Leader Alberto Torrico's (D-Fremont) plan to tax oil and gas producers to pay for education, but students at California State University, Stanislaus are gaga over the prospects of an additional $2 billion in education spending each year.
With additional cuts in funding looking inevitable, the Turlock Unified School District Budget Advisory Committee discussed recommending sending out pink slips to District teachers.
Most students depend on the busing system to get to and from school. They don't have the option to stay after school for extra-curricular activities or to get extra help with homework because they will miss the bus, leaving them stranded at school.
Linda Nowak, executive director of the Wine Business Institute and professor of Marketing at Sonoma State University, has been named to the vacant deanship of the CSU Stanislaus College of Business Administration.
California State University, Stanislaus will receive $1.17 million in one-time federal stimulus funds to add classes in the 2010/2011 academic year, the university announced Thursday.
Living about 100 miles from Yosemite National Park, most would assume that Turlockers have climbed Half Dome at least once or at least admired the mountain up close. But, surprisingly, there a lot of people who aren't even aware of the world-known park.
There are many opportunities out there to help students who are failing in school and to those who are excelling in school, but those students who are right in the middle seem to have been lost between the two extremes.
Taking money from students, teachers and staff to make up for a $3.9 million shortfall in the Turlock Unified School District funding is hard enough, but now committee members are preparing for an even bigger cut potentially coming their way.
Those looking for a scary good time before Halloween need not look further than Turlock, thanks to Pitman High School's Athletic Booster Club, Drama Club, and collaborating art students.
As the highly anticipated Turlock Lions Club Harvest Bowl between Turlock and Pitman high football teams draws closer, local organizations are doing their part to get the community game-day ready with competitions and raffles.
Despite an effort to censure Delhi Unified School District Board of Trustee member Jesus Rodriguez for misconduct approximately three weeks ago, Rodriguez made an effort to put the issue behind him at his campaign for reelection meet-and-greet that hosted over 40 supporters on Friday.
Last week, Dennis Earl Elementary school was surprised to receive a visit from Turlock Firefighters. Although there was no fire or immediate threat to students, there was an equally important underlying mission tethered to their visit-defending a student who had been teased for wearing pink.
Although it has been over a year since the Rim Fire devastated the Tuolumne River Basin, surrounding areas are still recovering from damage dealt to the over 400 square feet of land that was charred in the blaze.
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