A month-long program at International House Davis that features personal stories of deportation in order to humanize what is often a discussion based more on policy and statistics has been extended into December.
"True gems of Africa” and other speakers are on the program for next week’s African Lioness Symposium, presented by the UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies, a unit of Global Affairs, and the Davis-based Tese Foundation.
"The Tese Foundation’s annual Women and Girls Tea fundraiser, this year themed “Out of Africa,” will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the newly renovated Veterans Memorial Center, 305 E. 14th St. in Davis.
The UC Davis Muslim Student Association and the Islamic Center of Davis partnered with Global Affairs to host a community celebration of Eid al-Adha, helping to make campus feel like a place where people can freely express their identity.
GRID has partnered with UC Davis Humphrey Fellows once again this year. Fellows joined GRID at their CA Adaptation Forum; Clean Technology tour and even participated in a install in Lincoln, CA. GRID Alternatives spoke with Marlon and Gadri about their experiences with solar and GRID and how this experience will help them in the future.
This fall, a course on intercultural project-based seminar, taught by Professor Philipp Zerbe, will be offered to increase students' ability to work collaboratively on global challenges and will be an extension of the Global Education for All initiative.
Once again, the University of California, Davis, has been recognized among the top universities in the nation by Washington Monthly magazine in its September/October issue, clocking in at No. 10 among the 316 public and private universities ranked.
Tene Goodwin, UC Davis College of Letters and Science student and current Gilman International Scholarship recipient, shares her global education experience working with the UC Davis Mandela Washington Fellows in July of 2018.