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Events
Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 4 – 6pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)

If you're a newly admitted transfer or reentry student, drop by to talk with staff from the Transfer and Reentry Center, learn about a select group of campus resources that will maximize your experience as a UC Davis Aggie. This is also a chance to ask questions and meet other transfer and reentry Aggies. Join us!

Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 4 – 6pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)

Drop by the Transfer and Reentry Fall Welcome to meet Transfer and Reentry staff, learn about resources for your success and connect with other transfer students!

Thursday, October 4, 2018 | 4:30 – 7pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Seed Central Forum: American Seed Trade Association

Seed Central Monthly Forum and Networking

4:30-6:00 ASTA Presentations

6:00-7:00 Networking

Registration will open in early October. More information here.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | 4:10 – 5:10pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)

The Storer Life Sciences Lectureship presents David Julius, Ph.D., of the University of California, San Francisco: "Natural Products as Probes of the Pain Pathway: From Physiology to Atomic Structure"

David Julius is the Morris Herzstein Chair in Molecular Biology and Medicine, and Professor and Chair of Physiology at the University of California, San Francisco. The Julius lab is interested in understanding how signals are received and transmitted by the nervous system. They have exploited the properties of natural products to discover a family of thermo- and chemo-sensitive ion channels that enable sensory nerve fibers to detect hot or cold temperatures, or chemical irritants. With the aid of genetic, electrophysiological, and behavioral methods, they have determined how these ion channels contribute to pain sensation, and how channel activity is modulated in response to tumor growth, infection, or other forms of injury that produce inflammation and pain hypersensitivity.

Dr. Julius received his undergraduate degree from MIT, where he worked with Alex Rich on the enzymology of tRNA aminoacylation. He then moved to the University of California, Berkeley, where he worked with Jeremy Thorner and Randy Schekman to elucidate mechanisms of peptide hormone processing and secretion in Saccharomyces yeast. For postdoctoral studies, David joined Richard Axel’s group at Columbia University, where his focus turned to neuropharmacology and receptor function.

Dr. Julius is a member of the US National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (honorary). His awards include the Perl/UNC Prize, the Unilever Science Prize, the Passano Award, the Prince of Asturias Prize for Technical and Scientific Research, the Shaw Prize in Life Sciences and Medicine, the Paul Janssen Prize for Biomedical Research, and the Canada Gairdner International Award.

Thursday, October 25, 2018 | 10:30am – 1:30pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Supplier Showcase

October is Campus Sustainability Month, a month dedicated to ensuring that the actions we make are based on the best information available and have the least impact on our environment, while meeting the teaching and research needs of the university.
The Supplier Showcase, to be held on Thursday, October 25th, will have an emphasis on Campus Sustainability, and how the university suppliers, products, and services are committed to meeting or exceeding the sustainability goals of the university.

Monday, November 5 – Wednesday, November 7, 2018Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Advances in Walnut Production Course

This orchard management short course features UC faculty, Cooperative Extension specialists and farm advisors, and USDA researchers who will provide an in-depth, comprehensive study of all phases of walnut culture and production. The program will cover the fundamental principles that form the basis for practical decisions and include Q&A for each session, quality time with instructors and networking opportunities.

Who should attend: New and experienced growers as well as other industry members interested in commercial walnut production.

For more information, see the full agenda here.

Thursday, November 15, 2018 | 4:30 – 7pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Seed Central Forum: Cucurbitaceae Conference

Seed Central Monthly Forum and Networking
Afternoon session, 2:30-4:30, includes squash, olive oil and honey tasting, and tour of the academic complex and LEED Platinum certified winery, brewery and food and milk processing laboratory. This session is at the Robert Mondavi Institute complex.

Seed Central Forum is from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Activities and Recreation Center. It includes a panel discussion with culinary scientist Ali Bouzari, pumpkin and squash breeder Lindsay Wyatt, chef Nick Balla, and Andrea Alvarez. This session will be at the Activities and Recreation Center.

Registration opens in early November.

Tuesday, February 12 – Thursday, February 14, 2019Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)
Seed Production: For Future Seed Industry Leaders

This three-day course focuses on the biological, genetic, agronomic and technological processes and practices involved in the production and processing of agricultural seeds and how they influence seed quality. The course will also cover the postharvest conditioning processes and seed technology treatments that can enhance seed quality.

Targeted participants include seed production professionals and others who would benefit by knowing more about how to grow, manage and process crops for seed and to attain and enhance seed quality.

Information and registration here.

Monday, April 29, 2019 | 4:10 – 5:10pmActivities and Recreation Center (ARC)

The Storer Life Sciences Lectureship presents Sean Eddy, Ph.D., of Harvard University.

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