When Richard Addante, ’11 Ph.D. in Neuroscience, was seven, his mother took him to see the Space Shuttle Columbia launch from Cape Canaveral, FL. At that moment, his lifelong dream to become an astronaut was born.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts that was recently passed by the House of Representatives would eliminate Tax Code 117(d), which states that fee and tuition remissions made by universities on behalf of student employees are exempt from taxable income.
UC Davis Graduate Studies would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving. As we enjoy this much-needed break after a busy start to the academic year, let us all take a moment and be grateful for our past achievements and progress towards our academic and professional goals.
This year's cohort of fellows includes students and postdoctoral scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines and graduate programs. In this three-part spotlight series, we'll be getting to know our PFTF fellows and their projects.
When it comes to hands-on learning, Isabelle Straka doesn’t limit herself to the classroom. The second-year master’s student in Viticulture and Enology puts newly acquired skills to the test in producing her own wine label.
More than 40 top executives from leading corporations in the rapidly growing industries of food and agriculture, biotechnology, sustainable energy and technology finance will speak in a new series of Industry Immersion courses offered by the UC Davis Graduate Sc