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Unfold, a podcast that breaks down complicated problems and unfolds curiosity-driven research. Each season, the podcast takes a deep dive into a different topic, including food, climate change, health and curiosity-driven innovation and discovery at UC Davis. Hosted by Amy Quinton and Kat Kerlin.
 
Ghizal Hasan is a play-by-play broadcaster, based in Los Angeles, CA. For the past decade, he's primarily covered the Big West Conference, while handling freelance assignments for the WCC, Mountain West and Pac-12. Hasan has an extensive background in both television and radio, having broadcast for both Fox Sports and ESPN. He's covered NCAA Division 1 Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer and Gymnastics, as well as both Junior College and CIF events. Ghizal is a graduate of both UC Irvin ...
 
These 1973 lectures by UC Davis Professor Maynard Amerine, one of the most significant wine scientists in the past century, introduce sensory evaluation to students in the viticulture and enology program. Amerine is widely considered the father of modern wine sensory evaluation. Under his mentorship, two generations of UC Davis students learned how to evaluate wine according to appearance, flavor and aroma. Many became winemakers and some achieved prominence and acclaim in the California win ...
 
Davis has interesting people, ideas, connections, and events. On Davisville, host Bill Buchanan presents stories that have some connection to Davis. The program has won eight Excellence in Journalism awards from the San Francisco Press Club.
 
The DubSportSac talks about the sports scene in Sacramento, CA. While the Sacramento Kings will get their fair share of time the DubSportSac will give Sacramento Republic FC, The Sacramento River Cats, the Sac State Hornets, UC Davis Aggies, Sacramento Area Community Colleges, High Schools, AAU, Pop Warner, Youth Soccer and any other happenings in Sacramento Sports plenty of time as well. Drop us an email at DubSportSac@gmail.com
 
The purpose of this undergraduate course is to introduce fundamental techniques and viewpoints for the design and the analysis of efficient computer algorithms, and to study important specific algorithms. The course relies heavily on mathematics and mathematical thinking in two ways: first as a way of proving properties about particular algorithms such as termination, and correctness; and second, as a way of establishing bounds on the worst case (or average case) use of some resource, usuall ...
 
Humanists@Work is a UC-wide initiative geared towards UC Humanities and humanistic Social Science MAs and PhDs interested in careers outside/alongside the academy. Humanists@Work is a targeted continuation of the Mellon-funded Humanities and Changing Conceptions of Work. This initiative, which sought to examine the changing conceptions and experiences of work in the face of major economic, technological and social developments, supported multi-campus research projects, individual scholars, a ...
 
During each episode of the ACDIS Podcast, the ACDIS team chats with a special guest, including industry thought leaders, ACDIS advisory board members, and CDI specialists. You'll hear about best practices, tips, and the latest ACDIS and CDI news. This lively 30-minute program will keep CDI and HIM professionals entertained and up to date on the pulse of the CDI industry. Tune in every other Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. ET to listen live or catch the recording on our website or via your podcast app!
 
Welcome to GGPP! Run by Alex Le & Ethan Thai since 2019, this podcast includes various episodes that all revolve around school life (mostly from our time at Independence High School) and our various shenanigans. We recommend you leave this on in the background while doing homework or something else 👍 To view our videos and explore all our different projects, visit: www.campsite.bio/ggppstudios 💫
 
Flourishing college stores start with MBS. With the largest inventory of used books in the industry, a full range of retail technology and comprehensive support, we provide college stores with the tools and resources necessary to grow. With Campus Store Conversations, we hold one-on-one discussions with industry leaders about current college store industry trends, sharing practical strategies and tips for strengthening retail operations.
 
Incredible Health CEO Iman Abuzeid, M.D. interviews the healthcare industry's key players on current events, their successes, their failures, and healthcare trends. Learn how healthcare’s most successful leaders navigated their career-defining decisions and the ever-changing US healthcare market. Incredible Health is an award-winning, rapidly-growing hiring marketplace that helps hospitals hire permanent, experienced nurses in 20 days or less. Learn more at www.incrediblehealth.com
 
With all there is going on in the world around us, I want to talk to some visionary men and women to ask what they think is on the horizon. NEXPLORERS is all about taking time to think about what's coming, to dream about our future, and to explore the unknown.
 
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Welcome all to J&D's "Catchy" podcast. Our attempt to entertain the masses or the few, we're not picky just Catchy! Catchy Social Media iHeartRadio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-Catchy-29095068/ ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/catchy/id1359924494?mt=2 Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jarrod-diehm/catchy Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ijkhignwe34wn7wmy64bcbd6pbq Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CatchyJD Twitter https://twitter.com/CatchyJd YouTu ...
 
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California Voter Foundation’s online voter guide and changes for the Midterm election. UC Davis Health's pregnancy study looks at the effects of chemicals from plastics and pesticides on fetal development. Sacramento Bacon Fest this week. Today's Guests Kim Alexander, president of the California Voter Foundation, discusses the non-profit’s online v…
 
On today's show, learn about maximizing soil quality by maximizing soil health and we report on the UC Davis Strawberry Breeding Program and an upcoming field day. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. The California Walnut B…
 
As the Covid pandemic dials down in Davis, people are finding different ways to reconnect. Today’s story presents a way that’s off the scale in charm and whimsy -- it involves tiny crocheted triceratops that students are making and hiding on the UC Davis campus, for other students to find. Just for the fun of doing it. A Discord server for the proj…
 
On this week's Walnut Wednesday episode, Cathy Merlo reports on Diamond Foods' culinary walnut innovation journey. Additionally, California Walnut Board's Jennifer Olmstead discusses boosting domestic walnut consumption. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please f…
 
This is the fourth and final episode of our Women in EM series. We’ve heard personal stories of lived experiences and microaggressions, learned about the “leaky pipeline” that leads to a dearth of women in leadership, and took a deep dive into the gender pay gap in medicine. In this episode, we explore the importance of male allyship - how to under…
 
On this week's MyAgLife in Citrus episode, Ashtyn Carr reports on declines in overall production due to smaller orange and grapefruit crops in California, Florida and Texas, and smaller mandarin crops in California and Florida. Additionally, we hear about first-of-its-kind avocado pruning trials in southern California. Supporting the People who Sup…
 
Have you heard about Monticello, the small town west of Winters? In the 1950s it was destroyed and flooded to make room for Lake Berryessa, the reservoir created by Monticello Dam. This vanished town is the subject of the current exhibit at the Winters Museum. Today’s guests talk about why Monticello existed and how it emptied, and share stories ab…
 
Gov. Newsom’s revised state budget and what’s next. Legal and practical implications if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. Music in the Mountains Youth Orchestra at the Grass Valley Center for the Arts. Today's Guests CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon breaks down Governor Newsom’s revised state budget and the negotiations that could tak…
 
On this week's MyAgLife in Almonds episode, we hear an update on irrigation tech research taking place at the Nickels Soil Lab almond orchard. Additionally, Vicky Boyd reports on a wastewater treatment system that uses worms. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Ple…
 
Sacramento City Unified considers extending the current school year following missed days from a teacher and staff strike. “Imported Comedy" showcases immigrants and comedians of color. AC/DC tribute band “GayC/DC” performs in Sacramento. Today's Guests Sawsan Morrar, School Accountability Reporter with The Sacramento Bee, updates Sacramento City U…
 
On today's episode, Wilbur-Ellis' Matt Comrey tells us what irrigation schedulers should know before irrigating. Additionally, we hear about an experimental hedgerow project in an organic avocado orchard. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visi…
 
How California may reduce hidden court fees. California's Strategic Plan for Expanding the use of Beneficial Fire. Sacramento children's book "MIGUEL'S COMMUNITY GARDEN." Performance of “Verdi’s Requiem” honors Sacramento restaurateur Biba Caggiano. Today's Guests CalMatters Reporter Jeanne Kuang shares her reporting on how California may reduce so…
 
On this week's Walnut Wednesday episode, we hear about current data from whole orchard recycling trials in walnut. Additionally, Ashtyn Carr reports on a beehive technology that uses artificial intelligence and precision robotics. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news…
 
California is preparing to become a “sanctuary” state for abortion and reproductive rights, including a possible amendment to the state constitution. Cal Fire’s union discusses their staffing and retention issues ahead of wildfire season and a California state senator’s bill to address the shortage. Sacramento Ballet talks about this year’s “Beer a…
 
On today's episode, hear about how conservation has changed on cultivated cropland since the beginning of the 21st century, according to an NRCS study. Additionally, Cierra Polhemus reports on a newly revised flood prevention plan for the Central Valley. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to…
 
We are revisiting Insight’s best conversations this year. Congressman Jerry McNerney discusses retirement. Jessica Millan Patterson, Chairwoman of the California Republican Party, lays out priorities for the Midterms. Celebrity chef Martin Yan on his culinary donation to UC Davis. Today's Guests Seven-term Congressman Jerry McNerney (D), representi…
 
On this week's MyAgLife in Almonds episode, hear about management considerations for the month of May. Additionally, Patrick Cotter reports on the most recent almond acreage report. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. The C…
 
On today's episode, Patrick Cotter reports on NASA groundwater research in the Central Valley using satellite imagery. Additionally, we hear about automated vs. mechanical cultivators for weeding in processing tomatoes. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please fe…
 
On this week's Tech Thursday episode, we hear about how to increase adoption of soil water measurement technology. Additionally, Vicky Boyd talks to a cherry grower near Linden about the trials and tribulations of this year's crop. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily new…
 
Murder charges filed in Sacramento’s deadly mass shooting. Sen. Alex Padilla discusses efforts to protect abortion rights. USC settles sex abuse lawsuit with former LGBTQ+ students. Yolo Food Bank’s initiative to support farm and food system workers. Today's Guests CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks updates the murder charges filed in Sacramento’s dea…
 
California leaders call for a constitutional amendment to abortion rights if Roe v. Wade is overturned. State’s $300M plan to deal with extreme heat. Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates discuss “May is Bike Month.” Today's Guests CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon discusses California leaders’ vow for a constitutional amendment to abortion right…
 
On this week's Walnut Wednesday episode, California Walnut Commission's Claire Lee talks foreign opportunities and competition. Additionally, Vicky Boyd reports on the impacts of drought on some aerial applicators in the state. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. P…
 
Why California’s population continues its downward trend. “Brother 2 Brother” is a community organization that mentors at-risk youth with a focus on gang prevention. Author Suzanne Roberts’ book “Animal Bodies: On Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties.” Today's Guests California’s population continues its downward trend. Eric McGhee, Senior Fellow …
 
On this week's MyAgLife in Citrus episode, we hear about ethyl formate usage potential and its upcoming approval. Additionally, CDFA Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program Director Victoria Hornbaker breaks down the program's current priorities. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get …
 
CapRadio’s election road map for the June 7 primary. The diversity of California Latino voters and what political parties get wrong. Musician Xochitl Hermosillo of Coyote Creates shares her first album, “Bitter.” Today's Guests CapRadio Managing Editor of News, Nick Miller, and CapRadio News Editor Kris Hooks discuss the upcoming California primary…
 
On this week's MyAgLife in Almonds episode, we hear about incentives for conservation practices in the San Joaquin Valley. Additionally, Patrick Cotter reports on heat illness prevention standards to keep in mind going into summer. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily new…
 
On today's episode, Dr. Karl Wyant discusses how to properly feed soil microbes and keep them from going dormant. Additionally, Cierra Polhemus reports on a USDA study improving traceability of foodborne illnesses. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel fr…
 
On today's episode, we hear about failed federal water policy in Northern California's Klamath Basin growing region. Additionally, Cierra Polhemus reports on drip irrigation research from UC's Desert Research and Extension Center. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news…
 
On this week's Walnut Wednesday episode, California Walnut Board Health Research Director Carol Sloan explains the need for health research and what consumers want to see. Additionally, Patrick Cotter reports on the recent uptick in strawberry demand and acreage. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it po…
 
Today’s guest is Okemena Ewoterai, BSN, MA, CCS, CDIP, CCDS, associate director of clinical documentation at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City. Today’s show is a part of the “Leadership with Linnea” series. In every episode of this series, Associate Editorial Director Linnea Archibald be joined by one guest from the ACDIS Leadership Counci…
 
On today's episode, we hear about fall seasonal effects on E. coli in romaine lettuce. Additionally, we talk with California Pecan Growers Association's new president. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. The California Waln…
 
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