Yes, the Aggie Love Map, of the campus and the Davis area, plotting where students, faculty and staff have met or where they have fallen in love with certain places — and posting people’s love stories. Our central social media team created the map years ago and has been updating it annually. They will do so again this year, with the help of a partner in the Cal Aggie Alumni Association — and they are promising a new and improved map. It will be unveiled on Valentine’s Day, but the time is now to get your stories and photos in. Click here for the submission form.
Twitter: Another sign of spring
@MattIgel: California sun has been out for 3 days this week, so obviously this. (Japanese apricot @ucdavis) [Click on box to see larger version of photo.]
Posted by Matt Igel, assistant adjunct professor, Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, who studies tropical convection, precipitation and clouds. He took this photo in front of Wickson Hall, last Friday (Jan. 20).
Something clicked at the #Bohart Museum of Entomology's beetlemania open house and it wasn't the click beetles. #ucdavis #BugSquad https://t.co/KKMTIiwNX3 pic.twitter.com/zqZsvXXE1Q— Kathy Keatley Garvey (@keatleygarvey) January 24, 2023
Over the past year, the @UofCalifornia continued to incorporate climate leadership & action into every aspect of our work, while using our unique research capabilities to benefit the public good. I look forward to making even more progress in 2023! https://t.co/Mbm1jqmiY0 pic.twitter.com/Z4qqQ9oiog— Michael V. Drake (@UCPrezDrake) January 23, 2023
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