Nikki Cooper ’98 is both restauranteur and children’s book author.
3 Signs Your Dog Is Stressed
UC Davis animal behaviorist Emma Grigg shares the ways dogs can express themselves.
A new book by Patrick Moser, Ph.D. ’97, takes a close look at California surf culture.
Here: Advanced Growing Systems
A new greenhouse on campus is helping usher in a new frontier in hydroponic agriculture.
Are We Prepared for ‘The Big One?’
Despite improved building standards, preparedness depends on efforts, responses and recovery on a community-wide scale.
An Aggie Tradition
A love for UC Davis runs in the family of Provost Mary Croughan.
North of the Border
Mark Casale ’86 oversees Davis mainstay Dos Coyotes, including the Southwestern menus.
‘I Got COVID’
A UC Davis Magazine intern shares her experience with the virus during winter quarter.
Under the Sun
Fun facts about sunflowers from Stacey Harmer, a professor of plant biology.
Paying It Forward
Lina Mendez, Ph.D. ’10, focuses on strengthening educational pathways for students.
UC Davis launches major student career initiative to foster social justice and equity.
Associate Professor Patrick LeMieux began building and playing modular synthesizers at home when the pandemic hit.
UC Davis alumni helped pass a bill to end “period poverty.”
Delia Owens, Ph.D. ’93, sees her popular book, “Where the Crawdad Sing,” come to life on film in July.
Manetti Shrem Museum offers a look at the power and politics of viewing acts of protest and resistance.
Innovative programs helped keep downtown businesses afloat until students returned for the school year.
On the Map
Campus construction projects include state-of-the-art facilities for a variety of needs.
The Students Behind Picnic Day
The UC Davis tradition returns to in-person for the first time in three years on April 23.