Thank you for your interest in Lunch with ASUCD! Unfortunately at this time there are no longer any sign-ups available for Spring Quarter. Please check back in Fall for more sign-ups, and we hope to see you then!
Is there is a professor or instructor who made a particular class extremely interesting for you? A professor who was always available for just about anything? Or, a professor that simply had a powerful impact on your undergraduate education? If so, nominate them for the 11th Annual ASUCD Excellence in Education Awards!
There are several undergraduate teaching awards for professors, but the ASUCD Excellence in Education Awards are the ONLY awards that are nominated, funded, and selected exclusively by students like you.
To nominate a professor, go to the nominations page. Last day to nominate is April 26, 2013.
Aggie Bike Buy is a program that makes it easy for new and returning students to buy a bike. Select a bike from our wide selection of Giant bicycles, customize it with accessories, and protect yourself with a service plan, all at an affordable rate!
Order your bike online during the summer, and pick it up at one of multiple locations on campus when you return to Davis in the fall!
Step 1: Select a bike online, customize with accessories and a service plan
Step 2: Pay for it online, then sit back and enjoy the summer
Step 3: Pick it up in the fall when you move back up to Davis
ASUCD Bike Barn
The online budget site is live and can be found at http://asucd.ucdavis.edu/budget
This site is an electronic copy of the paper budget that ASUCD previously used. Viewing and finding information from the budget is simple as it displays budget summaries, budget graphs, budget by year, and other supplemental information.
Tell your state legislators about the economic importance of the University of California and the need for reinvestment in higher education! The University of California has suffered from annual budget cuts and increasing student fees. Take this opportunity to sign a letter to your state legislators about the economic importance of the UC and the need for reinvestment in higher education.
You can view and sign the letter here: http://asucd.ucdavis.edu/lobby-corps-letter-campaign/
On March 6th, 2012 ASUCD and Chancellor Katehi hosted the California Jobs Summit at UC Davis. Business, government, and higher education leaders joined UC Davis students in a collaborative student led conference on issues of jobs and the challenging economic climate. SACTO CEO Barbara Hayes served as the emcee of the event, followed by joint welcome remarks from Chancellor Katehi and ASUCD President Adam Thongsavat. California State Senator Lois Wolk, Assemblymember Mariko Yamada, and Next Economy’s Martha Lofgren opened with keynote speeches.
After, regional leaders including Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor, Vice Chancellor Fred Wood, SARTA CEO Meg Arnold, Aamigoo Operations Director Molly Fluet, Professor and UC Davis 2020 Initiative Advisor Ken Burtis, UCSA Executive Director Matt Haney, and State Senator Lois Wolk led joint breakout sessions of students and professionals with focus on problems and solutions to the state of the economy.
Concluding the day’s event was a panel discussion where audience members asked questions and in turn helped produce candid discussion on how to foster economic growth and job creation. The California Jobs Summit at UC Davis was unprecedented as a student initiated and lead policy conference. Over 350 attendees participated in the state wide summit, which included a host of business, government, and higher education leaders.
Watch the speeches live:
Media on the California Jobs Summit
UC Davis summit explores solutions to unemployment
Students partake in discussions about California economy
Editorial: Jobs Summit
Pictures from the event:
If you want to get more involved with finding solutions to the current job climate, please contact Carly Sandstrom at email@example.com.
The Winter 2012 Elections are over! Please find the results below: