Northern California Training Academy
The Graduate School of Management hosts high-level executives and business leaders to campus for special speaking engagements.
Nine thought leaders on California water policy share their views in a weekly speaker series run by the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences under the direction of Professor Jay Lund.
Addressing complex environmental problems and arriving at solutions is the focus of a broad range of scientists and design professionals, each following different disciplines. this course was organized by Steve McNiel, chair of Landscape Architecture.
Climate Change 101 Seminar Series is a seminar series for non-specialists on the science, technology and policy aspects of climate change.
The Faculty Mentoring Faculty Program provides UC Davis faculty an opportunity to mentor and to learn from their peers who interested in innovative teaching and instructional technology. Participants learn about tools such as SmartSite, the new suite of Web-based course management tools that will...
This seminar, featuring weekly guest speakers, covers the resources of Putah Creek: which are critical and why. It also teaches about the physical processes of the flowing water, land inundation, and river channel dynamics interact with the ecological processes, the vegetation, and the wildlife....
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...
This ICAM workshop brought together junior and senior researchers working on the emergent properties of soft active matter. It focused on nonequilibrium collective behavior and locomotion in active systems, including mixtures of cytoskeletal filaments and motor proteins, the cell cytoskeleton,...
This professional ensemble in residence at UC Davis is co-directed by professors (and composers) Mika Pelo and Kurt Rohde. Its performances are dedicated to contemporary chamber music, often incorporating new media elements and experimental performance practices.
The California History-Social Science Project is a statewide network of K-12 teachers and scholars dedicated to improving student literacy and learning in history. the project is headquartered at UC Davis. These videos provide an overview of CHSSP's professional development programs offered...
In this course, Professor Sean Davis covers a range of core topcis critical to a successful computer science degree and career. Summary of course contents Use of Software Development Tools: Debugging techniques, especially using UNIX debugging aids such as gdb/ddd. Effective use of windowing...
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this winter by professor Claire Napawan and focuses on the role of landscapes and environmental design within the context of the city, given the complex socio-spatial, ecological, and economic conditions present. This includes...
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this winter by professor Steve Greco and focuses on the intersection of peoples' needs with the landscapes around them.
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this spring by professor Claire Napawan.