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UC Davis Wins $250,000 in History Grants

August 04, 2020
The National Endowment for the Humanities recently awarded two grants to the University of California, Davis — one to advance kindergarten-through-12th-grade instruction on the Chinese experience in California history and the other to support an art history professor in her study of a medieval Armenian city

CALPIRG works to get students engaged

August 02, 2020
Student leaders from the California Student Public Research Interest Group (CALPIRG Students) worked with the Associated Students of UC Davis and UC Riverside  to put together a virtual educational panel for more than 50 attendees from the two schools.

Tahoe’s State of the Lake Report for 2020

July 30, 2020
Today, the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center released its annual Tahoe: State of the Lake Report. The report informs nonscientists about important factors affecting the health of Lake Tahoe.

Becoming Arizona

July 16, 2020
Triple Threats During Triple Digits

By Kat Kelin on July 15, 2020

"We began this series nearly a year ago, after another very hot summer. We end it in a changed world.

In some ways, the end brings us back to the beginning. By 2100, Sacramento is still expected to feel more like Phoenix or Tucson. That is still going to affect our lands, our health and our quality of life, especially for the most vulnerable among us. We still need solutions that both prevent future climate change and adapt to the changes already here.