Why Wednesday Davis

#FunFact Spring Event #3: IEPP Picnic in the Park on April 18th

April 16, 2018

IEPP Students: come join our picnic at the Davis Central Park on April 18th, from 4:15pm-8pm! During this time, the famous Davis Farmer’s Market will have food trucks, local farmer produces, music and performances. Before the midterm season hits, make sure you come to enjoy the relaxing and warm spring evening with your friends.

IEP Graduation Speech: Takahito Matsunaga from Japan

April 10, 2018

On March 16th, Takahito Matsunaga, one of our Intensive English Program students winter quarter from Ritsumeikan University, gave an impactful speech at the graduation ceremony that recaps the valuable friendships and connections that UC Davis students and Takahito created. 

Intercultural Research Project: What Do You Want To Learn?

March 06, 2018

Please join us in the MPR this Wednesday afternoon for the Communication and Culture, English for Science and Technology, and English for Global Business Intercultural Research Project Poster Presentations. 

Students will be presenting the topics they have been researching over the past three weeks while studying here in Davis.  This is a wonderful opportunity to meet fellow international students and learn about their thoughts, perceptions and interests regarding communication, culture, technology and business.

UC Davis Student Assistant Spotlight - Elaina Lopez, 4th Year

February 13, 2018

What does #WhyDavisWednesday mean to the student assistant, Elaina Lopez? 

Elaina Lopez, 4th year (International Relations, minoring in Art Studio)

A Sacramento local Elaina is one of our UC Davis undergraduate student assistants!

Student assistants are the go-to people for the international students when they need help, advice, or just a buddy to make life in Davis easier. 

Live Your Abroad Life Like A UC Davis Student!

October 04, 2017

Studying here with UC Davis Extension is a great way to get a whole new experience in a completely different environment. On-campus housing is truly one of the best ways to understand what the lives of everyday American students are like. At UC Davis, dorms are directly on campus. This means that you can get to all your classes and favorite on campus spots in less than 10 minutes!

The Design of Coffee

October 04, 2017

Learn the principles and practice of brewing a truly excellent cup of coffee, while earning course credit and also getting an introduction to chemical engineering: UCD undergraduates can do all this by enrolling in “The Design of Coffee”!

Field trip to Napa

October 04, 2017

Our hardworking Graduate English for Science and Technology program students went on a Napa Winery field trip! They visited V. Sattui Winery in St. Helena that is the second most visited winery in Napa, California, and the graduate students from several renowned Japanese universities (Osaka, Waseda, Chuo, Ritsumeikan Universities) enjoyed learning about the wine-making technology in Napa.