Summer is right here, a time when extra UC Davis affiliates go overseas to take a look at and research, prompting Global Affairs to submit a reminder about the tour registration requirement enacted over 12 months to sell vacationers’ protection and protection and make certain appropriate threat mitigation tactics are carried out to “excessive-hazard” travels. Please notice: Trip Registration is robotically blanketed for journeys booked through AggieTravel (Connexxus). If you e-book your tour elsewhere, you’ll want to check in through UC Away.
At no fee, journey registration gives UC Davis vacationers and companions visiting on college commercial enterprise complete advantages and emergency evacuation, medical care, travel indicators, and compensation for assets loss and experience delays. Registration takes much less than a minute, gives tourists crucial, vicinity-particular journey updates and critical insurance records, and ensures well-timed response in the event of a disaster anywhere in the world. “The last year, all through a ride, I experienced a clinical emergency,” Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter said. “I constantly sign up for my journey and am momore conscious than ever of the need for a communications plan in vicinity.”
Tailgate on Champions Corridor
UC Davis Athletics announced a new top-class tailgate area for Aggie football in the fall: Champions Corridor on La Rue Road in the front of the stadium. Also, a second parking zone may be targeted this autumn for Team Aggie, with tailgating permitted in each location. The modifications (see map) result from the loss of Tailgate Field at the southwest nook of La Rue Road and Hutchison Drive, wherein the Student-Athlete Performance Center is under construction.
The Aggies are coming off their first Big Sky Conference name — so “Champions” Corridor is an appropriate region to tailgate. The corridor has 50 spaces, and in this inaugural season, every room comes with a UC Davis-branded pop-up tent. Limited spaces remain, so act rapidly — call 530-752-AGS1 (2471) — if you’re interested. Lot fifty-three (southwest of the stadium) might be the second Team Aggie automobile parking space, becoming a member of Lot 56 (south of the stadium). Team Aggie parking is reserved for athletics donors.
A welcome reception is scheduled for Don Hunt, partner vice-chancellor of Enrollment Management, from three:30 to five:30 p.m. Monday, July 15. The reception, consisting of light refreshments, could be held in Meeting Room D at the Student Community Center. RSVPs are requested via July 12 and can be made online.
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter announced Hunt’s appointment on April 23. He takes up his new submit July 1, after four years as accomplice vice chairman of Enrollment and Student Services at California State University, Sacramento. As AVC for Enrollment Management at UC Davis, he oversees Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid and Scholarships, the Office of the University Registrar, and Enrollment Management Analytics.
UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education (previously UC Davis Extension) announced a new home for its Sacramento school rooms: One Capitol Mall (Suite 260). Classes will begin assembly within the new region on Monday, July 15; until then, training will continue to meet at Midtown’s Sutter Square Galleria, the Capital City Freeway’s east- and westbound lanes (Business 80). Thus, continuing Professional Education, or CPE, training in other places, such as the UC Davis campus, might be unaffected by using the pass. One Capitol Mall, an eight-tale workplace building with on-website parking, sits along Interstate Five at the foot of the side road connecting the Tower Bridge and the Kingdom Capitol.
The dean of Continuing and Professional Education Susan Catron described One Capitol Mall as iconic. “It reflects the strength and vision of Sacramento and evokes fulfillment. It’s perfect for coaching the working specialists we serve.” Continuing and Professional Education has 13 school rooms in its new Sacramento domestic, in an area previously occupied with the aid of Drexel University. One Capitol Mall formerly housed the UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Sacramento part-time MBA software. One Capitol Mall is a temporary home for Continuing and Professional Education. It will be an anchor tenant at Aggie Square, the innovation hub now being deliberate on UC Davis’ Sacramento campus.