Public Impact

Completing Case Narratives

Criminal procedure scholar and Professor Irene Oritseweyinmi Joe hopes her public scholarship will help give defendants a place in the narratives of their own case decisions.

Public Scholar for the Future Student Alice Dien Wins 2022 UC Davis Grad Slam with Revolutionary Drying Research

Biological Systems Engineering Ph.D. student Alice Dien was this year’s winner of the UC Davis Grad Slam, a Public Scholarship and Engagement (PSE) co-sponsored event that occurred on April 6. Dien’s winning research presentation “Cooling Down with the New Hot Air: The Future of Drying in Agriculture” earned her a $2,500 prize for first place, as well as the PSE’s Public Impact Prize.

‘New Hot Air’ Is a Grad Slam Dunk

Biological systems engineering Ph.D. student Alice Dien won the 2022 UC Davis Grad Slam with her 2-minute, 54-second presentation on her research into a new, sustainable way of drying food, “Cooling Down With the New Hot Air: The Future of Drying in Agriculture.”

‘Moore’ Face Time With the Chancellor

"This month on Face to Face with Chancellor May, the chancellor turns the microphone around to interview a student who recently interviewed him.

Chancellor Gary S. May was the first guest on student Mahiri Moore Jr.’s new podcast last December, and now Moore is appearing on the latest edition of Face to Face.

Moore is a sophomore with his own nonprofit organization, Moore Truth More Change, focused on engaging Black and Latinx youths."