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Young Alumnus Award Winner Reaches for the Stars

November 19, 2018
This year’s Young Alumnus Award winner Richard Addante Ph.D. ’11 – only seven years out from graduation – is already the only psychologist to participate in a NASA simulation mission to Mars.

It's Midterm Season

November 19, 2018
This can be a scary time for first year students as they venture into the world of midterms, quizzes and winter quarter class registration. Families are often wonderful sources of support for students as they work their way through these college milestones.

Student Accounting

November 13, 2018
Winter Quarter 2019, is fast approaching and in preparation of the upcoming quarter there are some important information parents of UC Davis students need to know. 

Alumni Awards Honor Aggie Community in Action

November 06, 2018
This year’s UC Davis Alumni Awards honor three leaders in higher education, one of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare Information Technology, a neuroscientist who worked with NASA, a health professional using film to convey vital information and a dynamic duo of Aggie advocates.

Parent to Parent

October 04, 2018
If your college students are anything like mine, their first time hunting for off campus housing feels daunting.

Student Affairs Updates

October 01, 2018
Now it’s a great time to talk with your student about the upcoming academic year. Do they need an internship to complement coursework?

Summer is over, what next?

September 18, 2018
Summer is over and your student is either off to college for the first time or headed back after a well-deserved break.

Tips to Capitalize on a Summer Internship

September 08, 2018
Summer internships are excellent opportunities for college students to acquire valuable skills, collaborate with experienced professionals and expand their network.

What to Expect on Your Student’s First Visit Back Home

September 01, 2018
Going off to college makes for an exciting time in the life of the student, as they adjust to their new environment, roles, responsibilities and their first real taste of independence. It’s different than going off to summer camp.