For fans eagerly anticipating the hatching of UC Davis Medical Center’s peregrine falcon eggs, the wait is over. The first fluffy white hatchling of the new season is slowly waking to a whole new world. The mother peregrine is currently nestled atop the others as she waits for them to hatch over the next couple of days.
Sitting with the sheep
People are flocking to campus once again to watch the UC Davis Sheepmowers in action. A flock of 25 sheep will be grazing on the chemistry mounds off Hutchison Drive later this month as part of a continued experiment to discover the ecological and cultural benefits of integrating sheep into the university’s landscape maintenance routine. Learn more in the above video or on the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences website.
Sheepmowers spring quarter schedule
Grazing hours: 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Wednesday-Friday, May 18-20
- Wednesday-Friday, June 8-10
Celebration caught on camera
Reese had some big news to share with her parents. 🎉 pic.twitter.com/cTx0toFILU— Ring (@ring) April 29, 2022
‘Best and Brightest’ award for MBA student
Congratulations to @UCDavis MBA student Sodontuya Nerguidavaa, named among @PoetsAndQuants 100 Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2022!— UC Davis GSM (@ucdavismba) May 2, 2022
Originally from Mongolia, Nerguidavaa reflects on her achievements as an entrepreneur, publisher and mentor: https://t.co/C8opGvaLXf #UCDavisGrad
Art of Athletes exhibit
Student athletes excel at more than just scoring points on the field, and they showcased their art at a recent exhibit at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. See some of the art that was on display in the above video.
Cody Kitaura is a News and Media Relations Specialist in the Office of Strategic Communications, and can be reached by email or at 530-752-1932.