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2019 Chancellor’s Fellows

They are two biologists (including Stacey Combes, pictured), an artist and a poet, a medical microbiologist, a molecular geneticist and a veterinary epidemiologist, a psychologist and a mathematician, and a physicist looking for “dark matter.” [ More… ]


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WarnMe test set for Wednesday, Jan. 30

UC Davis will test its emergency notification system on Wednesday (Jan. 30), sending text messages and emails at noon to the Davis campus, and between 1 and 2 p.m. on the Sacramento campus. [ More… ]

UCPath: For access, you must be enrolled in Duo

The multifactor authentication system not only allows access to the university’s new payroll and personnel system, coming to UC Davis in March, but will improve account security overall. [ More… ]

RESEARCH: Take a second look at your dog’s diet

UC Davis veterinarians led a team that has found a link between some popular grain-free, legume-rich dog diets and a type of nutritional deficiency and canine heart disease known as taurine-deficient dilated cardiomyopathy. [ More… ]

TRANSITIONS: Interim leader in Ombuds Office

Dana Hinojosa, the campus’s associate ombudsperson, has been named interim director of the Ombuds Office following Katherine Greenwood’s departure for the University of Southern California. Plus … Florence Zakharov is the new director of the Postharvest Technology Center and Lou Ziskind now leads the Retiree Center. [ More… ]

Worklife Champions program returns

Human Resources unit offers staff a simple, grassroots way to acknowledge managers and supervisors who “help you facilitate the management of your professional and personal responsibilities.” [ More… ]

NEWS BRIEFS: Aggie Square town halls in February

They are scheduled for Feb. 8 on the Sacramento campus, Feb. 19 on the Davis campus. Each will include a brief presentation and ample time for questions and answers about UC Davis’ planned innovation hub. Plus …

THE DOWNLOAD: First butterfly, referendum explained, TEDMED

Art Shapiro’s annual Beer for a Butterfly contest has come to an end, with the professor again winning the sudsy honors. … Students explain the upcoming referendum on Unitrans student fees. … Two professors go behind the scenes at TEDMED. … An expert from UC Davis Health explains how to squeeze in a few workouts in the office. [ More… ]




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