For coding/bioinformatics support
Davis R user’s group **Check the website for locations, and links to the wiki
Bioinformatics workshops at UC Davis
Summer bioinformatics workshops
Bioinformatics Virtual Coordination Network *for code, pipelines, discussion of best practices etc
Aggie Tutorial Farm * tutorials curated by UCD affiliates on everything from R, Python, stats, microscopy and genomics.
Help with running DADA2 on the HPC at UC Davis, compiled by Allie Igwe
Weekly seminars at UC Davis* many online for the foreseeable future
Entomology seminars (Wednesdays at 4 pm in 122 Briggs Hall)
Center for Population Biology seminars (Tuesdays at 4 pm in 1022 Life Sciences)
Ecology seminars (Thursdays at 4 pm, location changes)
Student orgs, social and professional resources
Women’s resources and research center
Search Student organizations at Davis
UC Natural Reserve Sites and Resources
Make a reservation to work at a UC Reserve
UC Davis Natural Reserve YouTube Channel
On campus resources
Aggiecompass – general website listing resources for help getting basic needs from food to housing to health and wellness
Campus resource centers
Women’s Resources and Research Center
AB540 and Undocumented Student Center
Cross Cultural Center – also has resource page broken down by cultural communities here (chicanx, native american, african diaspora etc)
Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) free counselling and support services for staff and faculty
ombud office – confidential third party conflict resolution and problem solving
Food map – An interactive map showing the locations of free food, as well as ebt accepting locations, public microwaves, vending machines etc.
Map of gender-inclusive bathrooms: https://campusmap.ucdavis.edu/?s=gender_inclusive
Lactation areas around campus + support: https://hr.ucdavis.edu/departments/worklife-wellness/breastfeeding
computer and tech resources – information on wifi hotspots and how to loan a laptop from campus. Also information on financial aid to buy a laptop
Get a free bike helmet! -yes, really! And please wear it!
Information on reporting improper conduct
Any behavior you feel may be improper can always be reported to Rachel or the lab manager who can then forward your complaints/observations to the proper channels. However, remember that as “responsible persons” we have reporting obligations and will be required to report any complaints to the Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program.
We also understand that many things are sensitive and require anonymity. Below is a list of alternative channels that may help in reporting improper conduct. Alternatively, you can always call the Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Programs anonymous call line at 530-747-3865. Reporting through these means is separate from filing a police report.
Campus Complaint Processes – provides links to submit complaints about discriminations, hate, sexual violence, and campus police misconduct.
Title IX – title IX deals with discrimination based on sex, gender expression, gender identity, and pregnancy; sexual violence including sexual assault, dating or domestic violence and stalking; and sexual harassment. However, be aware that title 9 is not a counseling/help service and a title 9 representative is legally obliged to take any complaint / violation seriously and pursue it through all necessary channels.