Lee Martin, Associate Professor in the School of Education and 2020-21 Community Engaged Faculty Fellow reflects on his experience teaching during the pandemic, and the support he received from his Faculty Fellows cohort.
Funded by a grant from California Humanities and co-sponsored by the UC Davis Department of African and African American Studies and the Center for Sacramento History, the Reframing Sacramento Series examines the history, diverse communities, and current climate of the city, emphasizing those voices that have too often been left out.
Partnering with community organizations and research labs throughout the UC-system, the UC Davis Datalab sought to assess the availability of open government data for addressing complex problems and to configure that data in ways that could advance understanding of social disparities, while also communicating their stakes.
In an election year with record turnout among young voters, 22-year-old Hipolito Angelito Cerros took civic engagement a step beyond most of his peers. Cerros, a science and technology studies (STS) major at UC Davis, won a seat on the city council in his hometown of Lindsay, in California’s Central Valley.