Jan 15, 2020
Vicky Benzing ’80 became an aerosport pilot for her second career.
John Hennigan ’02 has become a star of pro wrestling.
Cara-Beth Burnside ’92 helped find a place for women in pro skateboarding.
Mark Ferrando ’11 is an actor and a stunt performer.
Postdoctoral researcher Mikel Delgado studies cat behavior and welfare.
Jason Moore, M.S. ’07, Ph.D. ’12, studies and teaches bicycle dynamics.
Hammocks arrived on the Quad in 2014.
Ashlee Gadd ’08 launched personal essay site Coffee + Crumbs to publish honest stories about motherhood.
Allen Lim ’94 reinvented himself, founding Skratch Labs to offer natural pre-packaged snacks for athletes.
Aileen Zhong ’14 trained girls and young women to run for office; now she works in policy for startup Booster Fuels.
Brewing expert Charles Bamforth shares his knowledge.
How to incorporate environmental sustainability into your daily life.
Jamil Jan Kochai, M.A. ’17, tells the story of a trip to his parents’ native village in Afghanistan in his new book.
A chance meeting in middle school led Anthony Williams ’90 to a path of success.
The provost and executive vice chancellor will leave the post at the end of the school year.
The Food Valley initiative imagines transforming the Sacramento region into an incubator pipeline for food science innovations.
The student section watches the Homecoming football game against Cal Poly in October.
Bob Dunning ’68, J.D. ’73, celebrates 50 years with the local newspaper.
Here are must-have ‘All-Stars’ from the UC Davis Arboretum.
African American and African, Asian American, Chicana and Chicano, and Native American studies programs started in 1969 at UC Davis.
Yosemite Hall, the newest residence hall on campus, replaced Webster Hall in the fall.
Jan 8, 2020
A new program promises to transform the traditional textbook model.
Jan 7, 2020
Professor Benjamin Houlton says carbon farming is the key to helping solve climate change.
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