Finding Hope ‘At Every Depth’: New Book Chronicles Our Changing Oceans and How Humans Are Responding

While so much of the ocean is still a mystery to us, the beauty and life within it are being affected by our choices as a species. In some ways, its' changing faster than we can study them. In the book “At Every Depth,” UC Davis scientist Tessa Hill and writer Eric Simons chronicle those changes through the eyes of the community members closest to the shores. But the book is not a passive volume. Instead, it’s a call to action.

African Literature Scholar Uncovers Forgotten Poem by Influential Senegalese Author and Feminist Mariama Bâ

Sometimes serendipity plays a pivotal role in research. For Tobias Warner, an associate professor in the UC Davis Department of French and Italian, such a circumstance was integral to uncovering a forgotten poem written by foundational Senegalese author and feminist Mariama Bâ, an important figure in African literature despite leaving behind only a handful of published works.

Davis Science Café Brings Research to the Public

Created over 10 years ago by Professor of Chemistry Jared Shaw, the Davis Science Café provides an avenue for the community to learn about the current state of science across its many disciplines. Learn more about the Davis Science Café in the above video. 

The meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at G Street WunderBar in Davis at 5:30 p.m.