Northern California Training Academy
In the child welfare context, professional development coaching leads to improvements in practice, quality of work, and an agency’s success in working with children and families by: improving systemic implementation of practice; creating positive changes in behavior; and embedding professional...
Poverty experts from across the country gathered Jan. 9 and 10, 2014 at UC Davis for the War on Poverty Conference, a national conference held by the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research and co-sponsored by the All-University of California Group in Economic History. Recordings of conference...
This album features seminars on theoretical and experimental particle physics. Topics include supersymmetry, the Large Hadron Collider, electroweak symmetry breaking, cosmology and gravity.
Introduction to human information processing, mental representation and transformation, imagery, attention, memory, language processing, concept formation, problem solving, and computer simulation. Recorded Summer Session 2011
This album features programs sponsored by the Institute of Governmental Affairs at the University of California, Davis, focused on domestic policy issues,including the current economic crisis. The institute is drawing upon the expertise of UC Davis social scientists, and others, to provide...
This lecture series examines different aspects of energy efficiency in the larger context of sustainability
This April 16, 2014, conference at the University of California, Davis, brings together scientists, water managers, policy-makers, engineers, and other stakeholders to identify key challenges and solutions for a sustainable future. As climate changes, California will face decreased snowpack,...
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this winter by professor David de la Pena.
In UC Davis course LDA190, Loren Oki, associate specialist in Cooperative Extension, in the Department of Plant Sciences hosts the fall 2010 Landscape Architecture brownbag seminar on sustainable development. A number of speakers will address challenges and solutions to urban water issues.
The 11th Annual UC Davis Film Festival was produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance and presented by the Davis Varsity Theatre, in association with the UC Davis Technocultural Studies Program and co-sponsored by Film Studies and Art Studio. The festival features an array of short films...
The 2011 UC Davis Winter Quarter Landscape Architecture lunch-bag lecture series addresses the growth of regions, cities, and towns, drawing attention to the role of practice in reflecting new cultural and institutional formations and a focus on place-based approaches in design-related fields....
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this autumn by our Chair, Patsy Owens, and focuses on the intersection of peoples' needs with the landscapes around them.
"Comparing Futures for the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta" originated as a report by a multidisciplinary team of experts, including UC Davis scientists Jay Lund, William Fleenor, William Bennett, Richard Howitt, Jeffrey Mount, and Peter Moyle and the Public Policy Institute’s Ellen Hanak. These...
The UC Center Sacramento hosts an ongoing series of presentations that bring policy relevant research from the UC campuses to the Sacramento policy community. These noontime talks cover cutting edge research that addresses the wide range of policy problems and governance issues confronting the...
This lunchbag lecture course on food and the built environment will include urban agriculture, community gardens, resource management, homesteading, sustainability, green infrastructure, urban farms, tacosheds, community-supported agriculture, night soil, calories, waste and more.
This course introduces students to the Filipina and Filipino contemporary experience in the United States. I will draw primarily on topics I have focused on as a researcher, scholar and activist. It is the experience of Filipinos and Filipinas as low-wage, racialized and gendered workers that...
The Summit on Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) was a 1-day event held at the UC-Davis Center for Mind & Brain on September 5, 2013. The summit included lectures by experts in tDCS and related techniques from around the world and covered a range of topics, including: the...
Two major claims to UC Davis' fame have been our role in building the international reputation of the California wine industry and how we have taught the world to produce high-quality food. Learn about how UC Davis agricultural scientists steward fine wines and safe, nutritious and high-quality...
This lecture series explores different ways that a university campus (U.C. Davis) could become more sustainable. We hear from a variety of campus staff persons about past efforts and future possibilities in their particular fields. Topics include climate change planning,arboretum initiatives,...
In the years from 1970 through 1977, the Topology Films Project, directed by Nelson Max and supported by the National Science Foundation, produced several computer animated films on topology, a branch of mathematics. Three of the longer films and three of the shorter films are included in this...
What is a cultural landscape? Why does it matter?
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this fall by lecturer and alumnus Kevin Robert Perry, whose quarter-long focus is on green infrastructure. Many professionals from Northern California in the landscape architecture business will be guest lecturers.
At the UC Davis Center for Virtual Care, practitioners have access to an unprecedented array of sophisticated teaching aids, from human patient simulators that breathe and respond to treatment like real patients to surgical robots that hold instruments and respond to voice command. The Center for...