UC Davis Pre-Health Conference shifts to free, live virtual event due to COVID-19
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UC Davis Pre-Health Conference shifts to free, live virtual event due to COVID-19

More diverse workshops, speakers, exhibitors planned  The 18th annual UC Davis Pre-Health Conference, the nation’s…

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UC Davis Professor elected to Society of American Historians
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UC Davis Professor elected to Society of American Historians

Professor Ari Kelman honored for literary achievements  UC Davis History Professor and Interim Dean for…

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Blood drive held despite campus closures
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Blood drive held despite campus closures

Need for donations increases as COVID-19 pandemic continues  UC Davis partnered with Vitalant and the…

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UC Davis Children’s Hospital researches COVID-19-related syndrome in children
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UC Davis Children’s Hospital researches COVID-19-related syndrome in children

200 children in Europe, U.S. diagnosed with COVID-related inflammatory syndrome UC Davis Children’s Hospital, part…

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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest
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UC budget cuts could hit undocumented students and lecturers the hardest

Despite Napolitano, chancellors’ voluntary 10% pay cut, UC faces multiple budget challenges  UC President Janet…

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Orientation Office prepares for modified operational status of campus
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Orientation Office prepares for modified operational status of campus

Aggie 101, Aggie Advising resources available to admitted students in meantime In regards to upcoming…

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Instruction to be delivered remotely for Summer Sessions as enrollment spikes
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Instruction to be delivered remotely for Summer Sessions as enrollment spikes

Number of total units enrolled across all students jumps by 27.9% Summer Sessions, split up…

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Carnegie Fellowship awarded to UC Davis Professor Andrés Reséndez
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Carnegie Fellowship awarded to UC Davis Professor Andrés Reséndez

Exploration of 500 year-old sea voyage relevant to COVID-19 today Andrés Reséndez, a Latin American…

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UCD Police chief asserts department is releasing records pursuant to state law
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UCD Police chief asserts department is releasing records pursuant to state law

Recent investigation by UCSD alumnus details use-of-force cases across UC Senate Bill 1421, passed in…

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UC task force unable to reach agreement on how to move forward with Dignity Health partnerships, gives two recommendations
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UC task force unable to reach agreement on how to move forward with Dignity Health partnerships, gives two recommendations

Some argue that partnering with Dignity restrict care to LGBTQ+ people, women, others argue more…

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UC is largest educational institution in nation to divest completely from fossil fuels
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UC is largest educational institution in nation to divest completely from fossil fuels

UC sells more than $1 billion in assets from pension, endowment, working capital pools to…

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All BIS 2B seats held for incoming first-years for Fall Quarter 2020
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All BIS 2B seats held for incoming first-years for Fall Quarter 2020

Students encouraged to take series out of order for smoother transition, stronger chemistry foundation  During…

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In Memoriam: Dr. F. William Blaisdell, former chair of UCDMC Surgery Department
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In Memoriam: Dr. F. William Blaisdell, former chair of UCDMC Surgery Department

Founder of trauma care as a surgical speciality passes at age 92 Dr. F. William…

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UC Regents unanimously vote to suspend use of SAT and ACT in admissions
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UC Regents unanimously vote to suspend use of SAT and ACT in admissions

New test that more closely aligns with what students need to know to prepare for…

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UC Santa Cruz police monitored picket lines of graduate students supporting COLA
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UC Santa Cruz police monitored picket lines of graduate students supporting COLA

Recent discovery reminiscent of COLA organizers’ previous, current experiences with policing, drums up motivation to…

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