undergraduate education

Studying Communication in the 21st Century Kathleen Holder November 06, 2017
Focused on new technology, communication at UC Davis is not your parents' major. And if you graduated before 2013, it’s not exactly your major either.

How to Get Involved in Undergraduate Research

October 25, 2017
Faculty and students from the Department of Chemistry shared their personal experiences and gave advice to help students make the most of their undergraduate research experience. Here are their best tips.
Data Studies: High Tech & Big Think = Jobs For Liberal Arts Majors Kathleen Holder May 05, 2017
About 25 juniors and seniors have a hot new job skill to add to their résumés, thanks to an innovative new program created to address employers’ needs: data analysis.

Launching Crocker Nuclear Laboratory Into The Future

April 13, 2017
Even though little has changed since the Crocker Nuclear Laboratory opened in 1966, the lab has a bright future. This fall, the Division of Mathematical and Physical Sciences will begin managing the cyclotron and its machine shop, the first step in re-energizing research and teaching at the Crocker.

New Class Helps First-Year Students Succeed

May 18, 2016
The first year of college can be daunting for students, whether they are freshmen or transfers. To help with the adjustment to college life, UC Davis launched a new class for first-year students in fall 2015.

Future STEM Stars Gather At UC Davis

March 30, 2016
Undergraduate researchers and future leaders in science, mathematics and engineering traveled to UC Davis in early March for the 15th annual UC LEADS conference.

UC Davis Chemistry Goes Green

October 16, 2015
The University of California, Davis, Department of Chemistry celebrated joining the Green Chemistry Commitment on Thursday, Oct. 8. By signing the Green Chemistry Commitment this summer, the UC Davis chemistry department joined more than 25 schools and universities in adding the principles of green chemistry to its formal curriculum.