Public Engagement

California Budget Includes Money to Help Homeless Animals

"California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed budget legislation that includes $45 million in one-time support for a statewide Animal Shelter Assistance Program. The program will be administered by the Koret Shelter Medicine Program, at the University of California, Davis, Center for Companion Animal Health. The increase will be used to fund grants and outreach for the state’s animal shelters over a period of five years.

UC Davis Student Elected to City Council

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.

Welcome 2020: Join a group or volunteer for one

Being a Davis resident means being involved. For newcomers or longtime locals looking for connections, there are plenty of adult organizations, clubs and political causes. For those who want to lend a hand or further a cause, there are lots of volunteer opportunities that make a difference.

Plans for Culture Change Start with Faculty

Vice Provost Michael Rios and Associate Vice Provost Tessa Hill talk about the Provost's Work Group, the intersection between those recommendations and the goals and objectives laid out in the Implementation Framework and how she plans to approach her first year as Associate Vice Provost.