In the News
May 26, 2015
New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, a visiting fellow at UC Berkeley's Food Institute, discusses his upcoming California Matters video series with UC exploring food-related research.
May 26, 2015
Climate change is igniting a revolution in winemaking, and UC Davis' Andrew Walker is leading the charge.
New York Times
May 24, 2015
The city's namesake oaks are no longer ubiquitous. A UC Berkeley professor is on a mission to bring back the leafy groves.
- Dealing with drought Down Under
- Food safety agreement sets framework for World Food Center-China
- UC looks to level the playing field for undocumented students
- A moveable feast for the homeless
- Universities have ideas on how cities will meet water-rationing mandates
- President bestows awards for student leadership
- Innovations in food sweep 2015 Big Bang! Business Competition
- Students take lead in helping campus go green
- Q&A with Pat Crawford
- Octopus skin 'sees' without eyes
- UC medical centers rated high-performing hospitals by U.S. News
- ABC picks up TV series developed by Riverside scholars
- Napolitano brings college-going message to the halls of Santa Ana High
- How climate change is making California’s epic drought worse
- A champion for sustainability
- California’s water paradox: why enough will never be enough
- Alcoholism drug appears to work for meth addiction
- Awe brings out the best in us
- UC to Congress: Federal financial aid helps keep college affordable
- 'Farmer-preneurs' improve crops in Southern Africa
May 21, 2015
Lozano is currently serving as vice chair of the board’s Committee on Compensation and as a member of the committees on educational policy, finance, investments and long range planning.
May 14, 2015
Agreement with Gov. Brown caps resident tuition at current level for the next two years and addresses pension, maintenance issues.
May 13, 2015
President Napolitano and AG Harris unveiled a new toolkit that includes a model memorandum of understanding that can be adapted and used by California institutions of higher education and local law enforcement agencies that have jurisdiction over those institutions.
April 28, 2015
The 10-part series takes the renowned writer across the state to explore UC research in food, sustainable agriculture, policy and health.
Economist Joseph Stiglitz and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich reminisce about their days in the Clinton Administration. Get a dose of humor along with a lesson on the politics of income inequality across America.
UC Merced’s Food Pantry — a collaboration between the campus, Merced County Food Bank and USDA — provides food staples for qualified students, employees and community members in need of assistance.
UC Cooperative Extension nutrition educator Marc Sanchez, aka the 'Green Monster,' is helping elementary school kids overcome one of their perennial fears: eating their vegetables.
UC Davis student chefs vie to put their dishes on the menu of UC Davis dining halls. It's among campus efforts to help students prepare to cook nutritious meals when they move out of residence halls.