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The Economic Impact of UC Davis

Mar 23, 2015
The Economic Impact of UC Davis

By Linda P.B. Katehi Since Congress passed the Bayh-Dole Act in 1980, allowing universities and other institutions to retain title to inventions and breakthroughs discovered under federally funded research, UC Davis and other universities have been steadily creating start-up companies and incubators. Today, with a $4 billion annual budget that includes more than $700...

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Davis Vanguard
Suit Alleges Whistleblower Retaliation After Reporting Fiscal Improprieties and Racist Comments

Mar 16, 2015
Suit Alleges Whistleblower Retaliation After Reporting Fiscal Improprieties and Racist Comments

Helene Sullivan, a long-time UC Davis professional employee who received the “Chancellor’s Citation of Excellence” in 2007, has sued the Regents of the University of California for being forced out of her job after she reported fiscal improprieties as well as racist comments and discriminatory actions by staff members against the Director of the...

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FOX40
Republic FC Friendly at UC Davis Gets Chippy, Ends in Forfiet

Mar 14, 2015
Republic FC Friendly at UC Davis Gets Chippy, Ends in Forfiet

AGGIE SOCCER FIELD- It was Sacramento Republic FC assistant coach Adam Smith who was reportedly escorted off the pitch after laying hands on a Davis opponent. Republic FC Head Coach Predrag “Preki” Radosavlijevic said afterwards, his people were defending him. “Started yelling at me… I don’t even know to be honest,” said Preki. “I...

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Davis Vanguard
UC Davis Discusses How It Propels Technology Transfer

UC Davis Discusses How It Propels Technology Transfer

One of the driving forces behind the city’s need for an innovation park is the concept known as technology transfer, or tech-transfer for short. It is the process whereby research in the academic setting is moved or transferred into the open market for private enterprise. With UC Davis increasing its research and technology development,...

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Davis Vanguard
What is Your Vision for the Future of Davis?

Mar 11, 2015
What is Your Vision for the Future of Davis?

In the next 12 months or so, the Davis voters will engage in a large discussion over one, two, perhaps three development proposals that may well culminate in a March 2016 vote on innovation parks. The question that the Vanguard has raised in the last few days is what is the vision of Davis...

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Davis Vanguard
Commentary: Anti-Semitism and Islmaphobia Panel Good Start, But…

Mar 11, 2015
Commentary: Anti-Semitism and Islmaphobia Panel Good Start, But…

It was interesting at least to me that some of the more innocuous comments coming out of the Breaking the Silence discussion generated controversy when UC Davis Vice Chancellor Rahim Reed discussed recent incidents on the campus relating to Islamaphobia and anti-Semitism. He said, “We want to promote a very robust environment for the...

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The State Hornet
Causeway rival extends softball’s losing streak to three games

Mar 10, 2015

With the Hornets’ pitching staff struggling for most of the game, Sacramento State softball was defeated by rival UC Davis by the score of 9-1 Tuesday evening at La Rue Field.



The California Aggie
Memorial Union Renewal Project begins construction

Mar 10, 2015

Shop24 partnership canceled  The Memorial Union (MU) Renewal Project will begin construction on March 23. This 23.5 million dollar project, which will expand and improve the MU, will also affect several areas on campus during the renovation process. Although the north courtyard, bookstore, basement and east wing of the MU will be closed during this time,...

Davis Vanguard
The Lack of Vision Paradox, Part II

Mar 10, 2015
The Lack of Vision Paradox, Part II

On Sunday, I published a column, “The Lack of Vision Paradox, Part I.” In it, I argued that the city of Davis lacks a clear vision and goals for the future. Instead, I see a patchwork of goals and policies that could threaten to undermine this entire endeavor. I then argued, that this lack...

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NorCal Tennis Czar
UC Davis duo falls in semis of Pacific Coast Doubles

UC Davis duo falls in semis of Pacific Coast Doubles

Brett Bacharach plays in the qualifying event of theSacramento Challenger last fall. Photo by Paul Bauman   Brett Bacharach and Bryce McKelvie of UC Davis lost to Nicolai Ferrigno Olsen and Lucas Gerch of Oklahoma State 6-3, 6-1 on Sunday in ...

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