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New rankings from U.S. News & World Report give UC Davis best-in-the-nation status, based on reputation and research, in two subject areas:... Read More

UC Davis sets record with $846.7 million in research funding

The University of California, Davis, had a record year for external research funding in fiscal year 2017-18, receiving $846.7 million in awards, a $64 million increase from the previous year. 

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7 self-awareness questions to aid student success

7 self-awareness questions to aid student success

With the 2016-2017 school year upon us, preparing our students to start off strong is a necessity that must not be overlooked. School supplies and school clothes are definitely great but if we neglect to help our students become more self-aware, we'll be making a tragic mistake. Business genius, Gary Vaynerchuk says, "Self-Awareness is the game...when you know yourself, you win". I like to say, "When you know yourself, success is more easily attained. As the father of a 1st grader, 8th grader and 9th grader, I desire for my children to be successful. As the oldest of 7 brothers and sisters, I want my younger siblings to be successful. As a #StudentSuccessCoach of 15 years, it is a need for me to see our students start this year off with more confidence than ever before and be extremely successful.

"BRASS-tacular!"

"BRASS-tacular!"

Join ABC10's Cristina Mendonsa at the Great Cake Walk Today!

Join ABC10's Cristina Mendonsa at the Great Cake Walk Today!

Join ABC10 and Closing the Gap to raise funds for academic achievement in the Sacramento region!

Where: Sacramento State

When: 5p-8p

Year Two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes

Year Two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes

In year two of Cooley bill to protect young athletes,

Concussion and U.S. Soccer bring spotlight back to adolescent brain injury       

Rancho Cordova – On July 21, 2014, Assemblyman Ken Cooley’s AB 2127 was signed into law to address high school football brain injury concerns, but importantly also strengthened the rules by which concussions experienced by all high school athletes are handled, regardless of sport.

ImpactAVillage and Free The Children introduce volunteering program in Greater-Sacramento area

ImpactAVillage and Free The Children introduce volunteering program in Greater-Sacramento area

Free The Children, an international charity and education partner, is proud to introduce the We Act program to local schools in the Greater-Sacramento region. On Wednesday, January 21 at 7 p.m., Craig Kielburger, co-founder of Free The Children, will speak in Granite Bay at an event hosted by ImpactAVillage about We Act, an educational program that empowers young people to become active local, national and global citizens.