Lectures and Discussions

Policy & Popcorn: "The 2019 California Legislative Year in Review"

Please join UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment and the Economy for the next installment of "Policy & Popcorn," a recurring monthly series of talks and discussions hosted by the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy. This session will explore what went down in the California State Legislature this past year...and what we can expect in 2020

Alex Hornstein and Hannah Liongoren

UC Placemaking is excited to welcome inventors, artists and activists Alex Hornstein and Hannah Liongoren to speak at UC Davis as part of the Placemaking speaker series. Alex and Hannah will be sharing their stories of innovation, technology, holography and sustainable communities.

United Nations Day

The Sacramento Chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States (UNA-USA) invites climate experts to present on the current fight against climate change and the steps that NGOs, local and world governments have taken (or haven't) to address this climate disaster in the making.

  • Davis and Sacramento
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Housing...Past is Prologue

The League of Women Voters Davis Area and CivEnergy bring Richard Rothstein to begin a community conversation on local housing policies, our general plan and housing element.

Transforming Community Development through Arts and Culture

Learn what happens when community development infuses arts and cultural practice

Join us in San Francisco to explore an evolving era in community development that infuses art and cultural practice to help residents reclaim community identity, strengthen cultural resilience, and build p

  • Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
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Free Public Lecture: Obi Kaufmann

Join award-winning, avid conservationist, author and illustrator of California Field Atlas, Obi Kaufmann, as he shares his insights, vision and new book The State of Water, Understanding California’s Most Precious Resource. Q&A session and book signing will follow.

NAIS Research Now Colloqium: Fall 2019

Inés Hernández-Ávila, Native American Studies professor and co-founder of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, talks about her career as a publicly engaged scholar and artist with a focus on the relationship between creativity, autonomy, spirit and social justice.