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A conversation about inclusive teaching and learning with DJ Quinn: A SITT 2022 interview with Dr. Andy Jones

DJ Quinn of the University Writing Program shares his philosophy of teaching student-centric classes, using Zoom and other tools to include students who are challenged by the ongoing pandemic and by…

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Lauren Au IGN Seminar 1.5.22

Meeting WIC Families Where They Are: Removing Barriers to WIC Participation During COVID-19

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ARE/ECN 115A: Week 1 Reactions to Reflections

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HDE 104 Lecture Capture recording - November 23rd 2021, 12:08:41 pm

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Women & Philanthropy Speaker Series Event - Leadership in Higher Education: Flexibility is Key

The Women & Philanthropy Speaker Series' fourth event, Leadership In Education: Flexibility is Key with Provost Mary Croughan, facilitated by LeShelle May on August 10, 2021. UC Davis…

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Covid-19 Vaccines and Children

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Aki Chaffin, 2020 Hertzendorf Award winner: "A year of COVID-19: a graduate student’s perspective"

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UWP 104F Library tour of course guide and databases

Erik (Health Sciences and Student Services Librarian) will take you on a tour of a class guide developed for your class. He then shows you some important databases and some cool features for each…

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UFWH 2021 - Erin Esaryk_Graduate students at California public universities feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Dr. Tom Reardon: Institute for Global Nutrition Seminar

Rapid transformation of food system in Africa: reflections on food system resilience and coping with COVID Dr. Tom Reardon 3/31/2021

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An Exclusive Conversation for Campaign Volunteers

On Wednesday, March 10, 2021 our campaign volunteers joined a virtual discussion to learn more about the latest updates about the university and the Expect Greater campaign. The event featured…

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2021-02-20 Mini Medical School Week 3

Lecture 1: A Collaborative Approach to Key Global Health Issues—Michael Ziccardi, DVM, M.P.V.M., Ph.D., Executive Director, One Health Institute Lecture 2: Coping with COVID and Isolation at…

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2021-02-13 Mini Medical School Week 2

Lecture 1: Current COVID-19 Testing Landscape—Nam K. Tran, Ph.D., Professor of Laboratory Medicine Lecture 2: Treatment and Prevention of COVID-19—Stuart Cohen, M.D., Professor &…

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How is the Fresh Produce Industry Adjusting to the Public Health Crisis?

Over a third of the country’s vegetables and two-thirds of all fruits are grown in California. Temporary labor supply is more plentiful than in previous seasons given the collapse of the…

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COVID-19 and Farm Workers: Challenges Facing California Agriculture

When stay-at-home orders were issued in March 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19, farm workers were deemed essential and expected to continue working. Learn how sick farm workers, closed schools,…

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California Tree Nut Industries Set Up Well to Handle COVID-19 Pandemic

Learn about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on tree nut industries in California, specifically almonds, pistachios, and walnuts. Presented by Brittney Goodrich Assistant Cooperative Extension…

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