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Questions about the UC Davis Envision Program

The team behind the Envision Program is happy to assist you with any questions you may have about program details, travel accommodations, or networking opportunities. For more information about the Envision UC Davis program, please email envision@ucdavis.edu.

Additional Resources

Graduate Preparation Programs at UC Davis

Graduate Studies is home to a number of programs designed to prepare educationally or economically disadvantaged undergraduate students for success in graduate education. These programs include the McNair Scholars Program, the Guardian Professions Program and UC LEADS.

While these programs are sponsored by Graduate Studies, there are numerous sponsored research programs offered to undergraduate students at UC Davis. Most of these programs provide a combination of academic enrichment, advising, and the opportunity to conduct research under the supervision of faculty mentors. Each of the programs defines its own eligibility criteria, often dependent upon the program's funding source. To view a comprehensive list of sponsored research programs, visit the Undergraduate Research Center website.

Graduate Diversity Officers

Graduate Diversity Officers (GDOs) are designated as a primary professional resource to address graduate student diversity experiences at UC Davis.  Josephine Moreno, Ph.D. is appointed to address graduate students and programs in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences (HASS) and Education fields, while Steve Lee, Ph.D. addresses graduate students and programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields.

As part of their work off campus, the Graduate Diversity Officers are charged with increasing the pool of talented, competitive diversity graduate students by recruiting at colleges and universities. Likewise, on the UC Davis Main Campus the GDOs offer  workshops, provide academic support, and contribute to a welcoming and supportive campus culture for a diverse graduate student population. For more information about graduate diversity resources, please visit the Diversity Resources for Prospective Students website.