Pablo Reguerín appointed as new vice chancellor of Student Affairs
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Pablo Reguerín appointed as new vice chancellor of Student Affairs

 Reguerín plans to focus on listening to students while highlighting social, educational inequities Pablo Guillermo…

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Third-year UC Davis student files lawsuit against UC demanding pro-rata fee refund
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Third-year UC Davis student files lawsuit against UC demanding pro-rata fee refund

UC, CSU systems sued Disclaimer: The refunds demanded from this lawsuit would directly impact The…

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Sociology Department Chair publishes groundbreaking research on California prison, probation trends
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Sociology Department Chair publishes groundbreaking research on California prison, probation trends

Grattet’s research is “first of its kind,” “never been done before” UC Davis Sociology Department…

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UC Davis Medical Center no longer taking personal protective equipment donations after reaching goal
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UC Davis Medical Center no longer taking personal protective equipment donations after reaching goal

Students, professors across UC work to get masks to communities The UC Davis Medical Center…

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First-of-its-kind virtual UC Davis Pride Month centers on solidarity, community
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First-of-its-kind virtual UC Davis Pride Month centers on solidarity, community

LGBTQIA Resource Center celebrates theme of Nourishing Stories throughout May For the first time, UC…

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Give Day breaks new records amid campus closure, stay-at-home order
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Give Day breaks new records amid campus closure, stay-at-home order

UC Davis receives $2.5 million in gifts, donations  Despite the move to remote instruction, the…

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Picnic Day goes digital
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Picnic Day goes digital

How the time-honored UC Davis tradition adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic In its over 100-year…

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UC Undergraduate Experience Survey now open with new questions on COVID-19 impacts
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UC Undergraduate Experience Survey now open with new questions on COVID-19 impacts

2020 survey measures campus climate, academics, accessibility of resources to support students, food and housing…

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Aside from temporary COVID-19 suspension, UC looks to keep SAT/ACT requirements in admissions process
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Aside from temporary COVID-19 suspension, UC looks to keep SAT/ACT requirements in admissions process

UC Assembly of the Academic Senate unanimously approves task force recommendation for the continued use…

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International students transition to virtual classes
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International students transition to virtual classes

SISS maintains communication, coordinates accommodations with professors The transition to virtual courses presents different obstacles…

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COLA movements among groups who participated in May Day actions
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COLA movements among groups who participated in May Day actions

Strikes and protests reflect discontent with handling of COVID-19 measures Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA)…

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Midterms in the era of remote learning
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Midterms in the era of remote learning

From business as usual, to no exam at all: different ways professors are administering midterms…

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UC Davis, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz graduate students on grade strike submit Winter Quarter grades
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UC Davis, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz graduate students on grade strike submit Winter Quarter grades

Organizers call grade strike “no longer the strongest tactic” for achieving a cost of living…

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CARES Act provides aid to undergraduate, graduate students with demonstrated need
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CARES Act provides aid to undergraduate, graduate students with demonstrated need

UC Davis will use institutional funds to give aid to undocumented, international students UC Davis…

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How the Global Learning Hub is handling study abroad programs during COVID-19 Pandemic
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How the Global Learning Hub is handling study abroad programs during COVID-19 Pandemic

Students affected by study abroad cancellations will receive refunds The UC Davis Global Learning Hub…

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