UC Davis Global Connections Database is Now Live
New database brings together institutional and individual global connections
Global Affairs has launched the Global Connection Database, bringing together institutional partnerships and faculty global connections in a comprehensive and searchable database.
The Global Connections Database showcases the breadth of global linkages, partnerships and the expertise of the UC Davis community, while enabling searches of global institutional partnerships, individual activities and expertise, potential collaborators, and more.
The new database captures both faculty global connections and partnership information, replacing the former databases for International Linkages and for Agreements of Cooperation.
Add Your Global Connections
UC Davis faculty and staff members are encouraged to add their global research, activities, and connections with countries, institutions, and projects around the world through the Global Connections Form.
Discover Global Connections
The Global Connections Database allows for searches by keyword, country, institution, and more, and enables users to discover more about international agreements and partnerships, faculty linkages, and to search for future collaborators.
Still More to Come
The new Global Connections Database will soon incorporate international visiting delegation information and other global connections across campus and the world.
Those with questions related to the Global Connections Database are invited to contact Karen Beardsley, director of global professional programs in Global Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 752-5678.
More Global Data and International Summaries
In addition to the Global Connections Database, Global Affairs provides country and regional summaries of UC Davis programs and linkages with countries, regions, and institutions around the world, as well as a Global Learning Search Tool, which brings together a network of opportunities for UC Davis students, including local and global academic, experiential, and leadership programs. Learn more about additional data resources.