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Graduate Studies Launches Certificate Series for Graduate Education Staff

The Graduate Education Certificate program provides essential knowledge for campus staff and advisors on how best to support graduate students and manage graduate programs.  The courses provide an overview of several areas key to graduate student success and exploration of policies and procedures in graduate education. To receive certification, you must complete all five foundational courses and two electives. 

Since 2009, Gary Cherr has served as the director of the Bodega Marine Laboratory and as an associate director of the Coastal & Marine Sciences Institute. But he became an Aggie well before that. (Photo Credit: UC Regents)

Zoology Alumnus Protects Oceans as Director of Bodega Marine Laboratory

Since 2009, Cherr has served as the director of the Bodega Marine Laboratory and as an associate director of the Coastal & Marine Sciences Institute. But he became an Aggie well before that. After completing a B.A. in Biology at Sonoma State University in 1979, he enrolled at UC Davis for graduate studies in the Zoology Department, a program within the Division of Biological Sciences, which later became the College of Biological Sciences.

Lisa Rybovich Crallé earned a BA in Studio Art before coming to UC Davis where she received her MFA in the same discipline. Her installations and collaborative performance projects incorporate drawing, painting and sculpture. (Courtesy Lisa Rybovich Crallé)

6 Ways to Find a Fulfilling Career for Art Graduate Students

Graduates of arts programs are often considered to be more creative and insightful than many of their peers, but would you believe they’re also among the happiest professionals Believe it. Arts alumni aren't just surviving in today’s workforce, they’re thriving.

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