Forwarding on behalf of Jason Kwan, Director, ASUCD Pantry
Hope y'all are doing well!
I am excited to announce that this Sunday (11/21), the ASUCD Pantry will be collaborating with Yolo Food Bank to distribute 600 meal kits to Davis residents! Starting at 9 AM, interested households can come to the UC Davis Parking Lot 2 (right by the Mondavi Center) and receive Holiday Meal Kits (containing a turkey and other classic Thanksgiving "fixings") via drive-through on a first-come, first-served basis.
I have attached a flyer below; please distribute it widely with your networks! We want to make sure that everyone who needs it hears about it. In addition, here's more information on the event: https://yolofoodbank.org/holiday-food-distribution/
The goal of this virtual workshop series is to empower trainees against sexual harassment in academia by understanding the scope of the problem, knowing about rights and possible action plans, and learning trauma-informed mental wellness strategies to promote advocacy for themselves or others. *not affiliated with Title IX or HDAPP
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Become a Summer 2021 Mentoring Fellow with the EDGE program!
The EDGE (Expanding Diversity and Gender Equity) in STEM Mentoring
Fellowship is designed to give historically underrepresented graduate students
training and experience in how to become an excellent mentor to
undergraduate students who identify as under-represented in Science
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The PAB was established as a pilot project in 2014 to develop and promote
accountability, trust, and communication between the campus community
and the UC Davis Police Department. The PAB is comprised of representatives
from the major constituent groups on campus, including the Graduate Student
Association. The nominees to this position should be individuals who can review
investigations periodically throughout the year regarding police conduct in an
objective manner and reach conclusions based on information presented in
the factual record.
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