The Alliance for Multicampus, Inclusive Graduate Admissions (AMIGA)
The Alliance for Multicampus, Inclusive Graduate Admissions (AMIGA) is a collaboration with UCLA and the University of Southern California a supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It will bring together faculty from interested graduate programs and graduate groups to develop holistic methods in eight humanities and humanistic social science graduate programs at each UC campus. Holistic review considers a wide range of applicant attributes and skills in addition to academic measures.
The project will design and deliver faculty development modules on inclusive admissions and initiate faculty-to-faculty training as well as host two forums to disseminate inclusive graduate education scholarship and practices.
For more information about AMIGA, please contact Josephine Moreno, Graduate Diversity officer.
The UC-HBCU Initiative
The UC-HBCU Initiative is a program offered by the University of California Office of the President (UCOP). The program connects faculty and undergraduate scholars at both UC (University of California) and HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) campuses. Through faculty-guided summer programs undergraduates learn how to conduct research and develop professional skills and knowledge of graduate school in a variety of academic disciplines. A goal of the program is to increase the pool of talented, competitive, Black and African American students who apply to and pursue graduate degrees and professional training at one of our ten UC campuses. Learn more about UC-HBCU program by visiting the University of California website.
Envision UC Davis
Envision UC Davis is a program aimed at creating a more diverse and talented workforce at UC Davis, in the State of California, and the nation. Participants learn about the graduate programs at UC Davis, engage with current graduate students and faculty, Receive helpful tips about the graduate school application process. Accommodations, meals, and transportation subsidies will be provided for all accepted participants. The program was launched by Chancellor Gary S. May in spring 2018.
Learn more about Envision UC Davis by visiting the Envision UC Davis website.