Les led the Aggies to the Big West regular-season title and a spot in the National Invitation Tournament last season. They were 14-2 in the Big West and 25-7 overall, a year after going 9-22. The turnaround was the biggest in NCAA Division I last season.
Each one has her own personal war story, but Laura Tyrrell, Cindy Pico, and Carol Garcia have worked for years to turn their rough journeys into something positive.
It’s the second year the school and brewery held the competition for the Iron Brew title. Forty students all part of the program worked all semester to come up with the perfect beer to be judged.
UC President Janet Napolitano will host a seminar on Thursday showing how colleges and universities can better serve students living in the country illegally.
Ken Giles, a professor of agricultural engineering at UC Davis, has spent the past several years studying and refining the Yamaha R-MAX unmanned helicopter. The device comes equipped with tanks to fly above crops, including grapes, releasing pesticides and supplements with little labor cost.
Researchers have long said that mother’s milk can prevent disease, but in a UC Davis food science lab, scientists apply that old research for a new medical breakthrough.
These plants are not soaking in water, but they are soaking-in the beauty of a drought-resistant garden.
At the UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery, CBS13’s tour guide Ellen Zagory, the director of public horticulture, guides us through the world of drought-tolerant plants.
The 101st annual Picnic Day is this weekend, and officials at UC Davis are preparing for the celebration.
Researchers with the California university spent three years gathering air samples from monitoring systems in a plane and near Point Sur on the California coast. Scientists said they were able to determine signature traits of pollutants from different areas, allowing them to determine their origin.
The Yolo County Coroner’s Office has ruled the official cause of death of Whitney Engler was gunshot wounds to the head and chest.
That’s because Hoby Wedler was born blind. But that’s not stopping him from wanting to guide future college students through some of the most difficult scientific courses.