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After you explore everything the College of Letters and Science has to offer, check out UC Davis Undergraduate Admissions for everything you need to know about applying and choosing to attend UC Davis. On the Admissions site, you will find freshman admission requirements, tips on financial aid and scholarships, and even how UC Davis reviews undergraduate applications.

Next explore Campus Life and find out what being an Aggie can mean for you. Learn about housing, dining, student clubs and the City of Davis.

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Grad Student Earns MIT Fellowship

June 16, 2016 - Congratulations to William San Martin, a PhD candidate in history, for receiving a 2016-17 pre-doctoral fellowship from Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Program in Science and Technology, and the Science and History Section. He will use the fellowship to finish his PhD dissertation, and spend the year in Boston/Cambridge.

Future STEM Starts Gather at UC Davis

Undergraduate researchers and future leaders in science, mathematics and engineering traveled to UC Davis in early March for the 15th annual UC LEADS conference.
 
The University of California Leadership Excellence through Advanced Degrees (UC LEADS) program provides two-year-long research opportunities to educationally or economically disadvantaged undergraduates in the sciences, mathematics or engineering. The program’s goal is to keep these talented students on the research track by encouraging them to pursue graduate school at a UC campus. UC LEADS sends 85 percent of its students on to Ph.D. programs. Read more.

Winners of Fall 2016 Provost's Undergraduate Fellowships

The Provost's Undergraduate Fellowship Program (PUF) encourages UC Davis undergraduates to carry out an independent research or creative project under the guidance of a UC Davis faculty member. Funding is made available to meet direct costs associated with projects up to a maximum of $1800. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. 

Past projects have involved laboratory research, field studies, survey research, film production, design and creation of art elements, music composition, fine arts performances and travel to library or research collections. 

Jose Chavez-Verduzco, Art & Design 
Shaped Experiences: Paintings as Systems of Visual Communication 

Sydney Heifler, History          
Romance Comic Books and Magazines: The Cold War, Anti-Feminism, and Teaching Women Their Place 

Christopher Holt, Geology     
Long-Period Magnetotelluric Survey of the Surprise Valley Geothermal System 

Kurt Kraal, Geology    
Geologic Investigation of the Foothills Fault Zone in the American River Canyon, CA 

Ada Kwong, Pharmaceutical Chemistry        
Synthesis of Indanes via C-H Insertions 

Devin Lindsley, Anthropology 
Social Foraging and Collective Decision Making in Central American Spider Monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) 

Sarah Pollock, Communication and Psychology        
Small Cues Make a Big Difference: Strategic Email Communication in Professional Contexts 

Maggy Ryan, Statistics          
Reconstitution of Recombinant Chromatin with Introduced Acetylation

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Advising Services at Other Locations:

Cross Cultural Center Advising
(Student Community Center)
Academic Year Only. No Summer.
Monday: 6-8 pm
Tuesday: 3-5 pm
Wednesday: 3-5 pm

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Monday - Thursday: 10-8 pm
Friday: 10-2 pm

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