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Bring on Homecoming!

Our celebration this weekend includes a new-look Pajamarino, the ninth annual UC Davis Brewfest and our up-and-coming football team. See our calendar of events with all the details. [ More… ]

  • 14th-Ranked Ticket Deal: Pay $14 total for admission to TWO games (Homecoming and Nov. 3) — offer good until 10 p.m. today (Oct. 9)

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More stories at UC Davis News & Information

Sarah Stewart named a MacArthur Fellow

The planetary scientist, who has developed novel theories about the formation of the Earth and moon, wins $625,000 award sometimes called a “Genius Grant.” [ More, with video… ]

Rios leads Public Scholarship and Engagement

In appointing Michael Rios, professor of human ecology, as the founding director of the Office of Public Scholarship and Engagement, UC Davis is investing in faculty and their desire to expand public visibility and impact. [ More… ]

CHANCELL-ING: Coming attractions for 2018-19

In his monthly column, the chancellor writes about student housing, movie nights, Aggie Heroes, Hispanic Serving Institution status and rooting for the home team, especially during Homecoming this weekend when the Aggies take on Idaho State. [ More… ]

Police Town Hall: This coming Monday, Oct. 15

Dean Kevin R. Johnson of the School of Law will moderate a town hall and panel discussion (including undergraduate and graduate students) on policies and practices to provide the best policing for the campus community. [ More… ]

Honoring a luminary figure in psychology

Little did Phillip Shaver realize when he co-authored a scholarly article on romantic love in 1987 that his findings would transform the study of interpersonal relations. [ More… ]


Alan Hastings, Rachel Bay and Celina Juliano share $2.8 million in grant funding. … Plus, Laurels for faculty members Philipp Zerbe, Kurt Rohde, Jeffrey Thomas and Lynne Isbell, and staff members Sherena Edinboro and Charlene Green. [ More… ]

RESEARCH: Seeking solutions to smoke taint in wine

California’s wine country erupted in flames a year ago this week, before all the grapes had been harvested. Since then, UC Davis’ Anita Oberholster has been researching so-called smoke taint, in the hope of finding the best ways to treat the wine to mitigate the effects. See our photo story and hear from Oberholster in an extended version of our 3-Minute Egghead podcast. [ More… ]

NEWS BRIEFS: Artificial intelligence and disabilities

Josh McCoy of the UC Davis will address “Artificial Intelligence: Innovations for the Future” as the keynote speaker at this year’s Disability Awareness Symposium and Accessibility Tech Fair, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 11). Plus …

THE DOWNLOAD: Costuming, winemaking, surviving

Dress like a celebrity, mythical figure or superhero for Halloween with the help of the Department of Theatre and Dance’s Enchanted Cellar. … A pop singer learns winemaking from UC Davis before releasing her own wines. … An Aggie-turned-pro-wrestler is featured on this season of Survivor. [ More, with video… ]




HEALTHY UC DAVIS: Join the movement!

We want to be the healthiest campus! Read more here and come to the Quad, noon-2 p.m. Oct. 11, for the Kickoff Celebration. Our efforts include:

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