The main UC Davis homesite, comprising the ucdavis.edu landing page and hundreds of underlying pages, has been honored with a Webby People’s Voice Award. The awards, organized by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, “honor the best of the Internet.”
“We are so honored and proud to bring the Webby Award to UC Davis,” said Tristan Peery, director of Web Communications in Strategic Communications. ”It took an incredible effort of many talented, hard-working people to bring this together. We are very grateful for the recognition of the web industry and the support of the UC Davis community.”
The site was redesigned in 2021 after a two-year process of research, testing and collaborative work across campus.
Fellow People’s Voice Award nominees in the school and university category included Harvard and Boston University, the latter of which took home a separate award chosen by judges. Other Webby winners this year included Drew Barrymore, Disney+, Apple Pay and more.
Congratulations to my amazing team @ucdavis for winning the Webby People’s Voice Award for our homesite! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #Webbys @TheWebbyAwards pic.twitter.com/JVIynGa7nv— Dana Topousis (@DanaTopousis) April 26, 2022
Meet an MBA student
Meg Lee is a student who says she is doing everything she can to immerse herself in her work toward an MBA at the Graduate School of Management. Learn more about her in the above video.
Staying green at UC Davis Health
Aggies across the Causeway celebrated Earth Day by looking at various ways they can make small changes to their lives to be more sustainable. Learn about some of those initiatives in the above video.
Student-led alumni conversation
Student interns on the Office of Strategic Communication’s social media team are “learn(ing) about the lives of Aggie alumni from the eyes of blue and gold lenses” by interviewing them for a podcast called Generation Aggie. Watch the most recent episode above, and catch up on all the previous installments on YouTube.
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.