- On the Chancellor Search
- GSA now offers Legal Services for Graduate Students!
- Library Space Planning Workshops
- Diversity Planning Event
- Honoring UC Davis Staff, Faculty, and Student Veterans
- International Education Week
- Reminder: Campus Side Chats
- Coffee Bagel Donut Day
- Grad Yoga and Zumba
From Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter’s October Campus Letter: “Your thoughts on what the university should look for in a new chancellor are encouraged throughout the search process and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
GSA offers free legal consultations for graduate students. Contact Attorney Ava Landers with subject line “Legal Services for Graduate Students” to schedule your consultation.
As part of ongoing planning for potential renovation of the UC Davis libraries, there are four workshops in late October for you to tell us how we can redesign the Library to better meet your needs. Visit https://library.ucdavis.edu/imagine to sign up for any of four workshops:
- The Library as a Place for Individual and Small-Group Study and Research
- The Library as a Partner in Research and Scholarship
- The Library as a Place for Collaboration
- The Library as Academic Hub
Location: Shields Library First-Floor Conference Room
Each limited to twenty attendees
Bill Garrity, Deputy University Librarian and Chief of Staff
UC Davis will be celebrating International Education Week November 14-18, 2016. If your unit or department will be holding an internationally oriented event during that time period, please let me know so we can add it to our IEW Events Calendar.
We have several $50 grants to help student organizations put on an event during International Education Week. The planning committee encourages student organizations to plan an event that is open to the public and/or student community that highlights a global event or issue. Possible events include a multi-cultural potluck, speakers, dance performances or lessons, film festival, teaching an international sport or game, increasing awareness of global issues in our campus community or raising funds to support international community in need. Please complete this online application. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
The FUTURE program, which is a NIH-funded career exploration program for Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars in the biomedical sciences*, is launching “Campus-Side Chats”, a monthly informal meetup with Ph.D. professionals in non-academic/non-professoriate science careers. This is a great opportunity for students and postdocs to find out about internship/career opportunities, network, and learn about alternative career paths. (*Biomedical sciences is defined broadly as any research that is related to the advancement of health.)
Our first meet up will be on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 3:00 pm at Hot Pizza. Our featured guests are Drs. Janice Morand and Marjannie Akintunde, who will be talking about their careers in Graduate-level Career and Professional Advising.
Light refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Space for each meetup is limited so we strongly recommend that postdocs and Ph.D. students RSVP. Priority will be given to students and postdocs registered in the FUTURE program.
Coffee Bagel Donut Day Friday October 28th, 8:30 -10:30 am South Silo! Come get your fill of coffee, donuts, bagels, watermelon, bananas, make your own oatmeal, and tea!