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December 10, 2019
In the Know-Sometimes It’s WHEN You Know or It’s WHO You Know

By Mary Jane Dellafiora, Aggie Parent and Family Council Member

Taking planes, trains and automobiles home.  Families, friends and festivities.  Just relaxing and recovering from another quarter’s work and a respite before receiving the resulting grades for that.  These are the things occupying the minds and lives of UC Davis students during Winter Break.  But should something else nudge into the edge of their consciousness—finding a summer job?

Counseling Services

November 27, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Parents of UC Davis Students, we are excited to let you know about our services on campus to help address students’ mental health needs. 

Parent to Parent

November 27, 2019

By Mary Jane Dellafiora, Aggie Parent and Family Council Member

 

Parent to Parent

October 31, 2019

By Mary Jane Dellafiora, Aggie Parent and Family Council Member

Student Updates

October 30, 2019

Favorites from Home Submission
Being away from home is tough, so we want to give your students a little piece of home when they dine in our dining commons. Share with us the recipe for your student’s favorite dish, and we might just serve it! Please see the click here for more information. 

Join the Student Housing team!

Help Students Address Student Hunger

October 01, 2019

By Eric Gifford

If you’re looking for ways to give at UC Davis, a particularly rewarding service to support is the Student Pantry.

Hunger among students is more prevalent than many of us realize. According to a recent task force study at UC Davis, 44 percent of students report food insecurity, meaning they often skip meals and don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Sadly, this statistic is in keeping with national trends on college campuses.

Parents Fund supports students working to promote K12 STEM learning

February 11, 2019

By Eric Gifford

Associate Professor of Education and a Chancellor’s Fellow Lee Martin researches how we can get young people to be resourceful thinkers, especially using math and science. That goes for the K-12 students he studies –– and the UC Davis students he teaches and involves in his research.