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  • WarnMe test Noon Wednesday, Jan. 29; alerts will come by text message and email to faculty, staff and students, and others who have registered. Be sure your contact information is up to date.
  • Community Survival Strategies for Active Shooter incident The campus Police Department presents this two-hour workshop. Four dates are on the schedule at this time: Feb. 20, April 29 and May 27.

Professional development

  • Save the date for ADMAN conference The Administrative Management Group’s annual conference, with a theme of “It Starts With Us” for 2020, will be held Tuesday, March 17. The conference is open to all UC Davis staff members at all levels who are interested in professional development. More information about this year’s conference, including the registration link and registration fee scholarship information, will be posted on the conference webpage.

Political activities


  • UC president — The Special Committee to Consider the Selection of a President announced it will hold four town halls around the system to hear from students, staff, faculty, staff, alumni and the public, for input on choosing the next president. The committee posted the agenda for the first forum, to be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at UC Riverside (and said it would be livestreamed on the presidential search website), and gave the date and location for the second forum, Monday, Jan. 27, at UC Berkeley. The other two forums will be held at UC Merced and UC San Diego in late January or early February (with more information to be provided as details are confirmed).
  • Provost and executive vice chancellorThe Opportunity and Challenge Profile (position description) has been posted to the recruitment webpage.
  • Vice chancellor of Student Affairs The leadership profile (position description) has been posted for this position.


  • Call for nominations for Excellence in Teaching in Study Abroad AwardsRecognizing the dedication of instructors who design and teach Study Abroad programs and make international experience accessible to UC Davis students. Nominations are welcome from UC Davis faculty and staff, as well as from students and alumni of UC Davis Study Abroad programs. Deadline: Jan. 20.


Roads and paths


  • Bus stop closure in Visitor Parking Lot 56 (Health Sciences District) — Extended to mid to late January for continued work on steam vault project. During this period, the intercampus shuttle and Yolobus are picking up and dropping off passengers at sheltered bus stops (one eastbound, one westbound) on Hutchison Drive at Health Sciences Drive.