Beth Mitcham, Alan Bennett, and Kurt Kornbluth: Chancellor’s International Engagement Achievement Awards

Elizabeth Mitcham (Plant Sciences) and Kurt Kornbluth (Biological and Agricultural Engineering) are the recipients of UC Davis’ inaugural Chancellor’s International Engagement Achievement Awards, while Alan Bennett (Plant Sciences) received an honorable mention. Interim Chancellor Ralph Hexter, who presented the awards, said, “Our tendency to form strong global connections and think beyond borders is one of…

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Water Conservation: The New ‘Normal’ – Drought Irrigation Strategies

Since water conservation will be an ongoing practice in California, University of California scientists are continually developing practical information for agriculture, rangelands, urban landscapes, and animal production. This series of publications was produced by UC experts throughout California. Published by UC ANR, authors include professors and Cooperative Extension specialists in the Dept. of Plant Sciences…

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Miller Plant Science Award Recipients

The Milton D. and Mary M. Miller Plant Science Award at UC Davis provides grants to students and Cooperative Extension employees with career interests in Cooperative Extension and plant sciences. This year had the highest number of applicants. Recipients of this year’s award: Graduate Students (by graduate group) Horticulture and Agronomy: Kelsey DeRose, Liberty Galvin,…

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Women in STEM (new website)

Campus recently launched the UC Davis Women in STEM web page, https://www.ucdavis.edu/women-stem. The page includes profiles, videos, resources, and news about campus initiatives and efforts to recruit, support, and advance women in STEM fields. People across campus are welcome to share the content, as appropriate, with their key audiences. You can link to the page…

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What Can I Do With My Major? (New blog)

Strategic Communications recently launched the “What Can I Do With My Major?” blog at https://www.ucdavis.edu/majors/blog/. The page includes posts on specific majors, alumni, students, and “how to get through the college system and get a job.” Content can come from students, alumni, faculty, staff, advisors, and industry. Here’s another good opportunity to add content and…

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