Public Health + UC Merced Library

Notes from Your Liaison

New Library Liaison Program

Hi, my name is Lindsay Davis. I'm an Instruction Librarian, and I'm also the Library liaison for Social Science, including public health, management, and economics. Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Instruction Librarian, is the secondary liaison for Social Science. The liaison program is a new initiative launched this fall. We'd like to bridge communication between the Library and Public Health graduate students.

Please contact us for your research needs, questions, and any feedback. You can reach me at ldavis23@ucmerced.edu or 209.285.7742. You are also welcome to drop by my office in KL 267D. Elizabeth can be contacted at emcmunn@ucmerced.edu or 209.631.8359. Her office is in KL 275E.

We will help answer your questions and also get you connected to other helpful contacts, services, and resources.
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Library Services for Graduate Students

Check out our Library Services for Graduate Students webpage.

We have services for learning, teaching, researching, and publishing. You can schedule research consultations and instruction sessions; get help with citation and data management; and get thesis and dissertation support.
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SpARC Services for Graduate Students

Does your public health research involve spatial analysis?

UC Merced's Spacial Analysis & Research Center (SpARC) is the one-stop place for "spatial science research, analysis, education, visualization, spatial data archiving, and access to spatial science software and equipment for UC Merced and its partners. SpARC staff members provide consulting services to graduate students...to support grant applications, research, and publications."

If you need SpARC to help with your project, please fill out this form. Erin Mutch is the SpARC Manager. She can also be contacted at emutch@ucmerced.edu.

Catch SpARC on Twitter & Facebook.
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Public Health Seminar Series

Did you miss Dr. Joan Casey's talk, "Industrial Food Animal Production and Antibiotic-Resistant Infections in Humans," that took place on Tuesday, October 16?

The PDF of her article is available for free download. Find it at
"High-Density Livestock Operations, Crop Field Application of Manure, and Risk of Community-Associated Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infection in Pennsylvania."
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Rich Turner Artist Talk & Reception

Thursday, Oct. 27th, 3-5:30pm

5200 Lake Road

Merced, CA

Please join us for a talk and artist reception with Rich Turner, the photographer behind the Delta Grandeur: The Bucolic Splendor of California’s Inland Estuary currently on exhibit in the Library. Rich Turner’s photography career began in the US Navy, photographing assignments from the back seat of supersonic jets and in faraway locations. His subsequent work as an award-winning photojournalist at the Roseville Press-Tribune and the Stockton Record led to opening his own fine art and commercial photography studio in 1990. Based in Stockton, California, Rich Turner has been documenting the environment in general, and the California Delta over the past 40 years.

The talk will be held in COB 2 390 from 3-4.
The reception will be held in KL 280 from 4-5:30.

Learn more about the event here.