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Generations of Aggies

May 24, 2018
The Moreno family shares a lasting connection with UC Davis

The Aspiring Aggie

May 22, 2018
Aggie alumna honors her family heritage

Like Father, Like Sun

May 22, 2018
Alumnus entrepreneur reduces the carbon footprint of Yolo County with affordable solar

Promoting Positive Nutrition

April 19, 2018
Anne Spalding ’84, Premier Nutrition Corporation, has enjoyed staying connected to UC Davis through CAAA.

Building Connections

April 19, 2018
Although Cynthia Murphy ’91 grew up without college-educated parents, she knew she would be the first in her family to attend a university.

A letter from Chancellor Gary S. May

April 19, 2018
This new UC Davis Leadership Job Shadow Program will enable interested students to learn more about our campus by spending a day with a campus leader

Aggies in Action

April 18, 2018
Life can change in an instant. Natural disasters come without warning, as evidenced by the recent Napa Valley and Montecito fires and the subsequent Montecito mudslides. Amid these crises, brave Aggies have served as first responders in many capacities. Whether it be rescue, firefighters or medical staff, the UC Davis spirit of service rises to the occasion in many forms.

A Family Tradition

March 01, 2018

Picnic Day at the University of California, Davis, has been a staple in the Famula household since the moment Thomas and Michelle Famula set foot on campus over 35 years ago. Both have marched in the parade before with their departments and all three of their daughters Melissa ’05, Jessica and Randi ’10, M.S. ’17 have marched in the parade over the years with their respective girl scout troops. Every year they look forward to the animal science displays, the parade, the exhibits–and their personal favorite– the battle of the bands.

Award-Winning Alumnus Says Busy is Better

February 05, 2018
Volunteering comes as second nature to Patrick Sherwood ’86, especially when it comes to his alma mater, University of California, Davis.

UC Davis Graduate Student Finds His Niche at the Olive Center

January 29, 2018

The UC Davis Olive Center, established in 2008, has a mission of “doing for olives what UC Davis did for wine.” Its reports on supermarket olive oil quality in 2010 and 2011 raised millions of consumers’ awareness worldwide. The center works on a wide range of research projects, ranging from plant sciences, biology, animal sciences, chemistry, engineering, sensory, nutrition to consumer sciences, by applying modern scientific knowledge and technology to an ancient crop. Talented and qualified scholars, like Juan Polari Ph.D.