Mike Maden, M.A. ’85, Ph.D. ’90, is carrying on techno-thriller author Tom Clancy’s legacy.
Author on Screen
Lauren Kate, M.A. ’09, published two books the year she graduated from the creative writing program at UC Davis.
Javier Avitia ’83 is the executive vice president of Legal and Business Affairs at CBS Studios International, overseeing content licensing, format sales and foreign channel ventures for the network.
Former Student Driver Takes Unitrans into the Next 50 Years
Flynn worked as a student driver and manager at Unitrans, and pays due respect to its history and “all the people who have made Unitrans what it is today.”
Meet the Mayor
Steve Ly ’96 became mayor of Elk Grove last year — also becoming the country’s first mayor of Hmong heritage.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the only dedicated fire department in the UC system.
Here: Wine Education and Innovation
Viticulture and enology major Jordan Axe guides grapes out of the hopper during the annual grape crush in August.
How Will Driverless Cars Change How We Travel?
As we envision future advancements on the road, many would like to know just how much driverless cars could change human travel.
Athletics and ASUCD have partnered to create yearlong fellowship positions for recent graduates.
5 Ways To Fight Insomnia
From the Student Health and Wellness Center
Healthy Foods for Happy Dogs
From the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Why the Pomegranate is the Best Winter Fruit
Pomegranates are commonly known for their vivid color and superfood class. But they are also a first-rate winter fruit.
Manetti Shrem Museum to Feature Wayne Thiebaud’s Early Works
The exhibit opens Jan. 16.
The Pain Problem
Pain is a pervasive problem that the medical community has not yet addressed in a comprehensive way. That’s the dilemma facing an interdisciplinary group at UC Davis.
Rack ’Em Up
The evolution of bike racks on campus — anything that’s ever been tried has been tried here.
Digitize The Aggie Archives
This fall, the UC Davis Library, launched an effort to digitize the complete archive of The Aggie from its first issue through today
Taking Vet Care to the Next Level
UC Davis is raising $115 million to update and improve the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Center.
ARC Undergoes Expansion Project
The space has grown crowded since the ARC’s opening in 2004, and the project is expected to last into 2019.
Last Splash at the Rec Pool
The pool will be transformed over the next year from a single, all-purpose pool into two: a seasonal one for recreation and a year-round pool for lap swimming, sport clubs and intramurals.
Inside the Newsroom
UC Davis alumni are at the forefront of an evolving journalism field.
Stephen Robinson’s 36-year career at NASA included four space shuttle missions and three spacewalks, but before that, he was a musician.
Side by Side
This fall, Nagela Castro joined her daughter, Amanda De Castro, at UC Davis. They’re both juniors, both studying international relations.