Natalie Rizzo, a graduate student in the Aquaculture Cooperative Extension Lab, set out to explain her research in a short film. In the above video, she explains some of the big questions she is looking to answer, including: How can we design aquaculture farms to harvest animals that are low on the food chain? And how do warming oceans change the nutritional content of seaweed?
Increasing diversity in medical residency
.@UCDavisHealth is improving diversity in graduate medical education. One of our research teams has created a guide to help programs move forward in #DEI. Closing the diversity gap is critical to ensure #equity for #students, #patients, #communities.https://t.co/I4juw9Iw1R— David A. Lubarsky (@dlubarskymd) February 13, 2023
CPR classes for Heart Month
February is Heart Month! ❤️ And we provide free Hands-Only CPR lessons to UC Davis students in case of a local heart emergency. Sign up through UC Davis Campus Recreation for a class!— UC Davis Fire Dept. (@UCDavisFire) February 7, 2023
Music cred: Debarge - I Like It (instrumental)#CommunityOfEverydayHeroes #UCDavisFire #EMT pic.twitter.com/x6nv4HFNpn
CPR classes are available at no charge to students, and can also be organized for campus departments and units, on a recharge basis.
‘More than an athlete:’ Field hockey and feeding llamas
As graduation nears, Kalli Wagnon will soon leave behind her field hockey teammates, but she will take the lessons learned as a student athlete with her into her future endeavors. Watch the above video to learn more about how field hockey has taught her how to be a skilled outdoor guide, and hear what she plans to do next.
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.