Women in STEM

Taking a Broader Approach to Measure Success in Science

The way success in scientific careers is measured needs to change if science is to become more diverse, inclusive and equitable, according to a group of women scientists including Professor Tessa Hill and postdoctoral researcher Alyssa Griffin at the UC Davis Department of Earth and Planetary Science and Bodega Marine Laboratory.

5 Reasons Why Undergraduates Should Do Research

On the List: You Can Explore Career Directions and Build Transferable Skills

Nearly 40 percent of UC Davis undergraduates participate in hands-on research. On the occasion of the 28th annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference on April 28 and 29 — where more than 700 students presented their work — we introduce you to some students and graduates who shared what they’ve gained. Consider how the research experience can benefit you, too.

7 Cool Facts about Math and Statistics at UC Davis

Learning About Numbers Can Lead to World Competitions and National Security Jobs

Editor’s note: This story was originally published April 11, 2017, for the UC Davis News and Information in honor of Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.

Math and statistics play a vital role in helping us understand the natural world and in technological innovation. Check out these numbers and stories about mathematics and statistics at UC Davis.