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UC Davis Commencement Speakers

University of California, Davis

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UC Davis awards more than 8,000 degrees each spring and celebrates with a number of commencements into mid-June. Watch as speakers, both students and distinguished guests speak to the new graduates about the world that they inherit.
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The nation's largest public pension firm is the California Public Employee's Retirement System, known as CalPERS. Its CEO, Marcie Frost, speaks with the Financial Times' U.S. Managing Editor Peter Spiegel about managing the mission-driven retirement fund for California's public employees as part of the UC Davis-Financial Times Biz Quiz 2023. Series…
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UC Davis Professor, Dr. Frank Mitloehner, and CLEAR Center members took to Mexico to attend the Congress Internationale de la Carne in León, Guanajuato, Mexico, where they met and discussed sustainability efforts with the Minister of Agriculture. In addition to meeting with beef cattle producers and others in the livestock industry to share researc…
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Combating destructive effects of climate change, the Arboretum and Public Garden staff and Learning by Leading™ students plant test trees to cultivate a resilient and diverse urban tree canopy for the UC Davis community. Emily Griswold, Director of GATEways Horticulture and Teaching Gardens, outlines the tireless research and work of tending to mat…
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UC Davis engineers and neuroscientists are exploring how robots and artificial intelligence can improve prosthetic devices and make them more intuitive for their users. They've also teamed up with a multidisciplinary team at UC Davis Health in Sacramento in an overall effort to improve prostheses for amputees and prevent prosthetic abandonment. Ser…
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From the beautiful to the strange, the UC Davis Bohart Museum of Entomology has one of the largest insect collections in North America. Take a tour through the collections and its highlights with director Lynn Kimsey in this behind-the-scenes video. The museum is free and open to UC Davis students, staff and faculty, as well as the public. Series: …
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Surgeons and prosthetists-orthotists at UC Davis Health are working with amputee patients to improve the functionality of their prosthetic devices through surgical techniques and new technology. They've also teamed up with a multidisciplinary team at UC Davis in an overall effort to make prostheses more intuitive and prevent prosthetic abandonment.…
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Wind turbine blades are a major source of environmental pollution and waste. Learn how UC Davis is creating an ecologically sound solution for their disposal. Students, faculty and researchers in the Advanced Composites Research, Engineering and Science (ACRES) lab in the UC Davis College of Engineering are building compostable wind turbine blades …
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Welcome to our wine processing course — a hands-on journey into the art and science of winemaking. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how students learn to taste, blend, age, fine, filter and package their own wines, all under the guidance of industry professionals and seasoned faculty. Our students’ coursework transforms into practical skills needed …
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Learn about UC Davis’ innovative approach to growing crops with less groundwater in drought-prone regions like California. The UC Davis Agricultural Water Center is working with farmers in California and the Southwest to find solutions that address groundwater overdraft so they can farm sustainably for a better future. Series: "UCTV Prime" [Agricul…
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Research on food security programs at UC Davis is showing the positive impact that access to healthy foods has on students' nutrition and mental health as well as identifying the need for more food access resources on college campuses. Marcela Radtke from the Nutritional Biology Graduate Group utilized tools like the veggie meter to measure student…
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As CEO and president of Franklin Templeton, a global investment firm with more than $1.5 trillion of assets under management, Jenny Johnson is one of the few top women in the world of finance. She talks with Peter Spiegel, the U.S. managing editor of the Financial Times, about what it's like to be a leader in business today and where she thinks fin…
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Get your "Jeopardy!" hat on... for the final round of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Biz Quiz. Teams from UC Davis, UCLA and UC San Diego compete to answer questions on global current affairs and financial knowledge in this nail-biter competition. Series: "UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Executive Speakers and Special Events"…
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What's the future of engineering education look like? This discussion by three engineers from UC Davis - Chancellor Gary May, Dean Richard Corsi, and Vice Provost Jean-Pierre Delplanque - focuses on the latest in educating the next generation of engineers. [Science] [Education] [Show ID: 38000]Bởi UCTV: UC Davis
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Dr. Roxann Brooks-Motroni is the keynote speaker at the commencement ceremony of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Motroni received her DVM and her PhD from UC Davis 10 years ago. She now works for the USDA as a seniorprogram leader overseeing a budget of over 80M$ in animal health research. Some areas of expertise that she works with…
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UC Davis's dean of engineering, Richard L. Corsi, Ph.D., P.E., is an internationally recognized expert in the field of indoor air quality, with a specific interest in physical and chemical interactions between pollutants and indoor materials. Corsi discusses "pandemic engineering" and approaches to disrupt transmission by reducing the inhaled dose …
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Farmers in Cambodia have started to grow more vegetables to meet rising consumer demand, supported by innovations from a team led by UC Davis researchers. With help from Cambodia’s Royal University of Agriculture, farmers adopted "nethouses" to protect crops from pests without the use of chemical pesticides and packinghouses to better care for thei…
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California produces 80 percent of the nation’s fresh citrus, but a disease called Huanglongbing or HLB, is threatening Central Valley groves. Citrus Greening disease, transmitted by the Asian citrus psyllid, has decimated groves in Asia, Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Florida, and is now spreading in California. UC Davis researchers are working…
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Supply chain and logistics experts and UC Davis alumni Damien Caton MBA 09 and Peter Barrick MBA 16 join Professor of Management Rachel Chen to discuss production scaling, changing consumer behavior, and more. They discuss the need to adapt on the fly in the COVID-19 business environment, making creative decisions and thoughts on not sinking back i…
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How will business leaders deal with the emerging economy that has been ravaged by a significant decline in consumption, increase in business failures, and unpredictable swings in market value? The post-COVID-19 economy is a global challenge that has real impacts on companies that struggle to survive and on others that look to take advantage of new …
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Four prominent tech CEOs Michael Hurlston, Christal Bemont, Jeff Benck and David Low, take a deep dive into the critical changes, challenges and opportunities leading global tech companies are responding to during the pandemic. Taking the long view in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic isnt easy. While some tech firms have thrived, many have not bee…
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Consulting and corporate strategy experts and UC Davis alumni Hussain Sharifi and Greg Thomas join UC Davis Associate Professor of Management Elizabeth Pontikes for a candid discussion on how the pandemic is affecting client relationships. Thomas and Sharifi both explained their organizations pre-existing relationships, underscoring the importance …
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Business development and marketing experts and UC Davis alumni Randy Lee and Michelle Leyden-Li join UC Davis Graduate School of Management Dean H. Rao Unnava for a discussion on the pandemics impact on their respective industries, arising innovations and the future of digital business development. Hosted by the UC Davis Graduate School of Manageme…
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Financial experts and UC Davis alumni Wylie Tollette, Dan Griggs and Mike Kourey join UC Davis Professor of Finance Ayako Yasuda for a dynamic discussion on the pandemics impact on specific industries, the economic recovery and the most valuable skills people can bring to this job market. They discuss the unique factors leading to this recession an…
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