College of Letters and Science Magazine
The College of Letters and Sciences is the largest college at the university. Every student, regardless of their major, has an encounter with Letters and Science through classes in art, chemistry, cultural studies, earth and planetary sciences, English, history, mathematics, philosophy, physics, sociology, writing, and many other disciplines. It is the place where faculty, students and alumni from every college and department come together, where our well-respected and well-known interdisciplinary approaches take place.
At a time when our very talented students have so many potential paths to take, the choices can be overwhelming, the future uncertain. But through their time at UC Davis and their studies in the College of Letters and Science, students can make discoveries and connections among diverse disciplines, positioning them to enter the workplace of the future ready not only to lead in a variety of fields, but also to invent new disciplines, careers and industries.
From the Deans
Stats Students Are International Stars
Geology Field Camp Delivers Fundamental Skills and Modern Methods
Work of Art Tailored to Help Art Majors Succeed
Digging for Clues to Past Cultures – and Future Jobs
Students Take the Lead
Parallel Projects Bring Chemistry to the Arboretum
An Effort that Would Make Gunteberg Proud: The California Aggie Back in Print
ASPIRE Program Gets Students into Labs Early
Launching Crocker Nuclear Lab into the Future
FT Lab: Where Fashion and Function Meet and Match
ModLab: Exploring the Humanities
STEM-ming the Leaky Pipeline
New Cognitive Science Major
Students Spend Summer Working to Alleviate Poverty
Aggies @ Work
Graduate Creates an “Awesöme” Music Career
Grad Paints Very Big Art Career
Bringing Scientific Thinking to Public Policy
American Studies Alumnus Leads Health and Safety for NFL
Time at UC Davis leads to Business Career in Radio
Here we feature faculty and graduate students who provided expertise and insight into the big public issues of the day, from the parenting transgender kids, the political divide and immigration to climate change and poverty.
Every Aggie Counts
Alumni Leader Calls on All Aggies to Get on the Field
Alumni and Faculty Support for Graduate Students Matched by Office of Graduate Studies
Alumni books etc.