AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers
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AFSCME and UC reach tentative contracts for service, patient care workers

Tentative agreements signify end of three years of over 25,000 union-represented employees working without a…

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New motto unveiled at UC Davis’ 2020 kickoff celebration: “Outgrow the Expected”
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New motto unveiled at UC Davis’ 2020 kickoff celebration: “Outgrow the Expected”

Construction plans for new Student-Athlete Performance Center revealed The 2020 Kickoff Event held on Jan.…

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Latitude dining commons and market now open
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Latitude dining commons and market now open

International food from Latin America, Asia, Europe, India, Middle East showcased in new dining commons …

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Support drawn for Dec. 6 climate strike — one of many recent climate-related strikes in community
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Support drawn for Dec. 6 climate strike — one of many recent climate-related strikes in community

Community members, students see different approaches to solving climate emergency Fall Quarter 2019 at UC…

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Vote on tuition hike for UC put on hold after Regents receive fierce backlash
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Vote on tuition hike for UC put on hold after Regents receive fierce backlash

Students alerted only a week prior to planned vote In a plan to provide more…

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UC Davis staff, student employees enrolled in DuoMobile
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UC Davis staff, student employees enrolled in DuoMobile

System designed to prevent hacking through “second factor” identification On Jan. 15, “all remaining unenrolled…

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Professor who performs mental health evaluations on incarcerated individuals talks about California’s criminal justice system
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Professor who performs mental health evaluations on incarcerated individuals talks about California’s criminal justice system

Jason Roof discusses psychiatry and the criminal justice system University professors, as experts in their…

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UC Davis continues to be a top school for sustainability
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UC Davis continues to be a top school for sustainability

UC Davis is most sustainable university in U.S., third globally, according to GreenMetric Rankings For…

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$15 billion schools bond to come before California voters on March 3
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$15 billion schools bond to come before California voters on March 3

$2 billion of bond would benefit UC schools A $15 billion bond to support preschool,…

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Contracts between UC and Dignity Health restrict care that conflicts with religious doctrine
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Contracts between UC and Dignity Health restrict care that conflicts with religious doctrine

Religious doctrine dictates care for patients, what is taught to medical students and what care…

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Students paid the majority — or $23.5 million dollar — of UC Davis’ 2018-19 athletics budget
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Students paid the majority — or $23.5 million dollar — of UC Davis’ 2018-19 athletics budget

Breaking down students’ contribution to UC Davis athletics Students at UC Davis directly fund student…

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Chair of Math Department likens UC’s diversity statements to 1950 anti-Communist oaths in op-ed
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Chair of Math Department likens UC’s diversity statements to 1950 anti-Communist oaths in op-ed

Following publication of piece, discussion and debate ensues Diversity statements are political litmus tests, according…

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Spring commencement speakers include CA Surgeon General, College District Chancellor, NASA Astronaut
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Spring commencement speakers include CA Surgeon General, College District Chancellor, NASA Astronaut

Distinguished alumni announced as speakers Among the many distinguished UC Davis alumni, three were announced…

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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter
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Students still without pay at end of Fall Quarter

UCPath payroll issues may continue as two more campuses added to system in December Despite…

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UC Davis abortion reversal study halted after three women suffered adverse effects
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UC Davis abortion reversal study halted after three women suffered adverse effects

First clinically sound abortion reversal study only enrolled 12 of 40 patients; three women went…

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