José Hernandez, a former astronaut, addressed more than 1,200 at the 20th Cesar Chavez Youth Leadership Conference and Celebration.
On March 31, UCOP staff are invited to participate in a special live-streamed presentation featuring the internationally acclaimed author.
It took decades for women to win the right to vote. Today, more women than ever are turning out for elections, running for office and influencing public policy at the ballot box. But the fight isn’t over, says UC Davis historian Lisa Materson.
The Olympics is here, and UC is in the games! Here's who to watch for and when to tune in.
President Drake culminated a visit to UC Davis by sitting down for a casual and informative chat with Chancellor Gary S. May.
When given the choice between a free meal and performing a task for a meal, cats would prefer the meal that doesn’t require much effort.
From art to religion to land use, much of what is deemed valuable in the United States was shaped centuries ago by the white male perspective. Fish, it turns out, are no exception.
Since the start of July, UC Davis Fire Department's Brush Truck 34 has traveled throughout Northern California to fight some of the state's largest-ever wildfires alongside local and state fire officials.
Part of the COVID-19 “We Need to Talk” series, “R U Taking the Vaccine” will bring together health equity experts to discuss the impact of COVID-19 and vaccine hesitancy on communities of color.