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528 Roller

This interview is with Lynn Roller, Professor Emerita of Art History and Faculty Affiliate in Classics and Religious Studies . She was appointed in 1977 and retired in 2017. Lynn studies the art and…

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Jason Montez 3.6.24 IGN Seminar

Updating FAO-WHO nutrient intake values for infants and young children

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Welcome and Introduction

Welcome by College of Letters and Science Dean Estella Atekwana. Introduction by GTI Founding Director Katharine Burnett.

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Is Green Tea Good For My Heart Health?

Richard S Bruno, Ph.D., R.D., Professor and Chair, Human Nutrition Program; Director, Bionutrition Core Laboratory, The Ohio State University. Introduced by Robert Hackman, Ph.D., Nutrition, UC…

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International Agricultural Development Admissions Webinar

Learn more about the International Agricultural Development Masters of Science program. Key insight into preparing to be a successful applicant, deadline is December 15th. Information about research,…

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Storer Lecture - Fatimah Jackson - Day 1 - October 24th, 2023

Fatimah Jackson, Professor, Howard University & Director, W. Montague Cobb Research Laboratory Fatimah Jackson received her Ph.D., M.A., and B.A. (cum laude with Distinction in all Subjects)…

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SITT 2023 - Tell Me a Story: Case Study Teaching in Science Utilizing Poll Everywhere, a Real-Time Student Response System by Sara Dye

This talk was given at the 2023 Summer Institute on Teaching and Technology. Teaching via case studies is a form of storytelling, which puts information into a real-world scenario that promotes…

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Finding primary literature from evidence synthesis

Finding evidence synthesis studies are great summaries with critical evaluation of included literature to a certain point. It is important to find studies published since the evidence synthesis or…

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CAMPOS Research Colloquium - Aldrin Gomez - February 08, 2023

Formal Presentation from minute 0 to 1:01:00, followed by Q&A and informal discussion. Speaker: Aldrin Gomez, Professor and Vice-Chair, Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior; Professor,…

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Chris Kuzawa 1.18.23 IGN Seminar

Fetal Developmental Plasticity as Signal-Noise Problem: the Case of Nutrients and Stress Physiology

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Welcome and Introduction

College of Letters and Science Dean Atekwana GTI Founding Director Katharine Burnett

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512 Utts

This interview is with Jessica Utts, Professor Emeritus of Statistics. She came to UC Davis in 1978 to become a founding member of the Division of Statistics. After 30 years at UCD she moved to UC…

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Josh Gamble 2022 WAC - Can Alfalfa Improve Soil Carbon Storage?

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Yingjun Zhang 2022 WAC - Alfalfa for Better Management of Farm Scale Nitrogen

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POD Center Journal Club 11-17-22: Sperm DNA Methylation Alterations from Cannabis

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Storer Lecture (Public Lecture) - Stachidananda Panda - October 3, 2022

Professor Satchin Panda has been a leader in the field of circadian biology throughout his career in science. His discovery of a blue light sensor in the retina has led to human-centric lighting in…

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