That May Be the Chancellor Episodes


Episode 10: The Chancellor Explores the Arts


Chancellor May explores his creative side in this episode of "That May Be the Chancellor." Follow him as he draws with students in the Arboretum, works with metal in the Sculpture Lab, and le

Episode 9: Aggie Tour Guides

Chancellor May learns what it takes to become an Aggie tour guide when he becomes a trainee for a day.

Episode 7: A Visit to the UC Davis Health Campus

UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May crosses the causeway to visit the UC Davis Health campus in the newest edition of "That May Be the Chancellor." Come along as Chancellor May takes a hard hat tour of the Aggie Square construction site, stops by classes in the School of Nursing and School of Medicine and learns more about the top-ranked medical programs and facilities.

Episode 6: Chatting with Aggie Athletes

From the weight-room to the class-room, Chancellor May takes a tour of the new Edwards Family Athletics Center to see what our Aggie Athletes are up to. We meet everyone from the Athletic Director to the Men's basketball Head Coach to the student-athletes who fill their roster.

Episode 5: Visiting Veterinary Medicine

Chancellor Gary S. May takes a tour of UC Davis’ world-class veterinary medicine facilities and meets talented students, faculty and staff in a new episode of That May Be the Chancellor. He also hears from Dean Mark D. Stetter on why he’s excited about the university’s work with animals.

Episode 3: ASUCD Bike Barn

UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May stops by the ASUCD Bike Barn during National Bike Month in this special edition of "That May Be the Chancellor."

Episode 2: Shields Library

Join Chancellor May as he works his way through Shields Library. From shelving books to teaching a class about artificial intelligence.

Episode 1: Arboretum and Public Garden

The power of UC Davis is more than what we accomplish; it is about the people who make it excellent. Chancellor May showcases some of those people and the work they do in his new series, “That May Be the Chancellor.”