Emeriti in the News

What life might be like in alien oceans

BBC - Future, November 3, 2020

Professor Emerita in anthropology at the University of California, Davis, Sarah Hrdy  shared thoughts of evolution of life from Saturn's moon, Titan.

A Key to Healthier Adult Diets: Healthier Baby Diets

The Wall Street Journal, October 26, 2020

Babies and toddlers aren’t eating enough whole grains and are eating too much added sugar, says Kathryn Dewey, professor emerita in the department...Read more (may require sign in)

AHA News: Want Your Cat to Stay in Purrrfect Health? Watch Out for Heart Disease

US News, August 6, 2020

The American Heart Association cited Dr. Mark Kittleson, a professor emeritus at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis on  signs to watch for in your cat has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and is at greater risk for fast or irregular heartbeats, heart failure that causes breathing difficulties, and blood clots. Read more.

15 Women Reflect on What Twilight Meant to Them, 15 Years Later

Glamour magazine, August 8, 2020

Professor Marijane Osborn, one of the 15, the UC Davis professor emerita coedited the book of essays The Twilight Mystique: Critical Essays on the Novels and Films. Read more.

The Kids Aren’t All Right

The Atlantic, March 25, 2020

Rand Conger, professor emeritus at UC Davis and a longtime researcher of the intergenerational consequences on the effects of Covid-19 on children's health. Read more.

Undergrounding power lines in rural areas less costly than fire prevention efforts

January 3, 2018

Robert Johnston, retired UC Davis professor of Environmental Planning, shares his thoughts on the benefits of moving power lines underground. Read more.