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The remarkable discovery of microbial life

In 1674, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek looked at a drop of lake water through his homemade microscope and discovered an invisible world that no one knew existed. His work inspired countless microbiology…

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HERO Spotlight Event: Mapping Population Diversity - October 31, 2022

Overview: Racial and ethnic classification in research and medicine is rooted in a centuries-long practice of categorizing humans into distinct groups to justify colonization, slavery, and genocide.…

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Great Transitions: The Origin of Humans

This film explores the major fossil finds from Africa that provide insights about the evolution of humans from other primates. Like any species, humans have an evolutionary history involving…

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Celebrating Over 20 Years of the Chancellor's Fellows

On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Davis Chancellor Club (DCC) members were invited to celebrate over twenty years of the Chancellor's Fellows. Moderated by DCC Chair Karl Gerdes '73, Ph.D.…

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UCCSS 10-1 Tech and Ethics: Human Downgrading

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FST117_L1_Introduction to sensory evaluation and sensory data

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2020.08.05 - Dr. Alexander 'Sandy' Borowsky, UC Davis - Careers in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Our next speaker in the Summer Talks: Careers in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine series (Wednesday, August 5th, 11:00 AM), is Dr. Alexander 'Sandy' Borowsky, M.D., Professor in the…

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June 1, 2020. Race, Racism, Human Security, Militarized Security

June 1, 2020. Human Rights, Gender, and Sexuality. Race, Racism, White Privilege. Human Security, Food Security, and Soft Power vs. Militarized Security, Militarized Masculinities, MIlitary…

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Reflections on 18 Years of Independence, East Timor (Timor Leste); Covid-19; Challenges to Education; Inequalities

Reflections on 18 Years of Independence (since May 20, 2002): Covid-19; Challenges in the Right to Education in Timor Leste (East Timor); Rural-Urban Inequalities.

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May 13, 2020. The importance of language-based research; sexual politics

May 13, 2020, Wednesday. Human Rights, Gender, and Sexuality. The Importance of ethnography and language-based research; gender and sexuality; Incendies (excerpts); male gaze.

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May 4, 2020. All Our Names; Post-Conflict; Indigenous Rights

May 20, 2020. "All Our Names"; Post-Conflict Environment; Indigenous Rights

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April 13, 2020. The Right to be Out.

April 13, 2020. The Right to be Out.

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April 8, 2020. Human Rights and Care: Self-Care, Collective Care

April 8, 2020. Human Rights and Care: Care of the Self, Collective Care

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April 6, 2020. The "Human" in Human Rights: human rights defenders, frontliners

April 6, 2020. The "Human" in Human Rights: human rights defenders, frontliners; memory, truth, reconciliation

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486 Campbell

Specialist David Campbell was appointed in the Department of Human Ecology at UC Davis in 1990 and retired in 2019. He served in many capacities on campus including lecturer in Political Science,…

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