Global Affairs in the Media

How to train your donkey

November 09, 2018
“There aren’t that many veterinary-skilled people that look after the welfare of donkeys, an important animal particularly in Africa and other areas across the world,” said Ermias Kebreab, the associate vice provost of Academic Programs Global Affairs.

Veterinarian from Ghana Completes Mandela Fellowship with HSVMA

November 06, 2018
Dr. Joannishka K. Dsani was placed as an intern with the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association (HSVMA) through the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship and considers it a "life-changing experience."

Refugees reclaim a human right with technology

November 05, 2018
The Article 26 Backpack at UC Davis is a new humanitarian tool that displaced people are using to securely store and share documents, such as transcripts and resumes, with universities, scholarship agencies and employers. Nearly 600 people have created virtual backpacks since the project launched in Lebanon this spring.

Africa comes to Davis

October 23, 2018
Tese Foundation and the UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies within Global Affairs present the Inaugural African Lioness Symposium to the Davis/Sacramento area.

Moringa, the next superfood

October 09, 2018
Carrie Waterman, a University of California, Davis, natural products chemist (and one of the most recent Global Affairs Seed Grant Recipients) is expanding the reach of the world's next superfood.

Veterinarian from Ghana Completes Mandela Fellowship with HSVMA

October 09, 2018
Dr. Joannishka K. Dsani was placed as an intern with the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association (HSVMA) through the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship and considers it a "life-changing experience."

My Summer Abroad…

September 30, 2018
Hundreds of students partake in summer Study Abroad trips every year, traveling anywhere from Asia to Europe to Africa. Here are the unique stories of three of those students.