Partnerships & Collaborations

Coffee Across Borders

ECH 1 — "The Design of Coffee" may be one of the most popular electives on the UC Davis campus, but it has also gained popularity at Osaka University. Tonya Kuhl, chair of the UC Davis Department of Chemical Engineering and co-director of the Coffee Center research facility, has taught the class as a three-week intensive international exchange subject at the Japan-based college.

MRCG at LSHTM to Enhance Cardiac Care Through Innovative Ultrasound Training

A team from UC Davis and the University of Minnesota designed an intensive training program on Point of Care Ultrasound Echocardiography for healthcare professionals in The Gambia. UC Davis physicians involved in the program include Dr. Christine McBeth, course director, along with  Drs. Juliette Gerardo, Brent Oftedal, Yeoshina Pillay and Averyl Shindruk.

Professor Travis Lybbert Appointed Chair of the Standing Panel on Impact Assessment for the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research

Professor Travis Lybbert in the UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics was recently appointed as chair of the Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (SPIA) for the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), a global partnership that unites international research organizations to enhance food, land and water systems. 

Worldwide Leaders Convene to Protect and Advance Global Biodiversity

UC Davis hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation University Leaders’ Forum Monday (Nov. 13), bringing together nearly 100 international environmental leaders to discuss sustaining and strengthening biodiversity amid climate change. The forum, “Investing in Tomorrow’s Biodiversity,” highlighted UC Davis’ efforts to make a positive impact on the environment.

UC Davis Hosts Delegation from Singapore

The University of California, Davis welcomed Gan Kim Yong, Singapore’s Minister of Trade and Industry, on September 7, 2022, for a day-long exploration of key agriculture and aquaculture topics. UC Davis leadership, faculty, and government officials, and industry representatives with ties to UC Davis and Singapore discussed vertical farming, cultivated proteins and aquaculture as they relate to advancing food security.