Learning How Our Neighborhoods Came To Be

October 30, 2020
Kyerah Kyles is majoring Community and Regional Development (Policy, Planning, and Social Services) and African American and African Studies. She is a first generation student, peer mentor for incoming African Diaspora students, and has had internships with Dear Athletes and KPMG. A member of the inaugural Quarter at Aggie Square cohort, she is chronicling the experience for future students.

Partnerships Lead to Change

August 19, 2020
A newly empowered group of women in Knight’s Landing leverage their relationship with UC Davis to advocate for greater access to healthcare for their community, and more.

20 miles away. A world apart.

July 15, 2020
Professor Natalia Deeb-Sossa addresses issues faced by Mexican farmworker mothers by connecting with the community of Knights Landing to advocate for educational rights and establish health clinics in the town. 

Finding Miracles in Unlikely Places

June 18, 2020
Sandy Holman is the Purple Lady whose work in promoting diversity, equity, and quality education brings love and change in the community around her. 

Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies receives $1M in state funding

November 21, 2019
A team of undergraduate interns and leaders, including UC Davis doctoral students and scholar-activists, continue to contribute to the field of critical Filipino studies on a local and national scale and maintain their pillars of research, advocacy, and education through the Bulosan Center.