Jesse Anaya, who is set to graduate on May 12, said UC Merced has been the “perfect incubator” for his research interests.
Anaya, who is majoring in earth systems science at UC Merced, has earned entry into several prestigious programs where he can pursue his dual interests in science — particularly microbial ecology — and public policy.
Recently, he learned he was accepted to the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) program at Princeton University for summer 2012.
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