Affiliated Centers and Programs
In the last 37 years, the All-UC Group in Economic History has organized an extensive series of research initiatives, conferences, seminar and graduate student retreats that have made the University of California the world’s leading center for the study of economic history.
The Center for Healthcare Policy and Research accomplishes its mission to facilitate research, promote education, and inform policy about health and healthcare through interdisciplinary, collaborative research and training with researchers representing a broad spectrum of disciplines from the UC Davis Campus, School of Medicine, and other public and private organizations.
The Center for Mind and Brain is a UC Davis research initiative bringing together world-class scientists with the latest technology to learn how the human mind works and to teach the techniques and tools to the next generation of researchers.
The Center for Poverty Research at UC Davis is one of three federally designated centers whose mission is to facilitate non-partisan academic research on poverty in the U.S., disseminate this research, and train the next generation of poverty scholars.
The UC Davis Center for Regional Change (CRC) produces innovative research to create healthy, sustainable, prosperous, and equitable regional change in California's Central Valley and Sierra Nevada and beyond.
The Center for Science and Innovation Studies looks at innovation where it happens, not only in university and corporate labs dedicated to traditional disciplines and industries, but in multiple areas.
The UC Davis Mellon Research Initiative “Environments & Societies: History, Literature, and Justice” builds cross-disciplinary collaboration in the environmental humanities and humanistic social sciences to undertake the broad rethinking of human-nature interactions that are critical to meeting the environmental challenges of our era.
The Hemispheric Institute on the Americas (HIA) is an interdisciplinary group of faculty and graduate students at the University of California at Davis that focuses on transnational processes in the American hemisphere.
The University of California Center Sacramento advances the University’s mission of teaching, research and public service with an integrated program to train future state leaders, to address challenging public-policy issues confronted by the nation and state, and to carry out the University’s mandate to assist state government.
The UC Davis Humanities Institute has spent the last 25 years bringing meaning and context to the biggest questions we ask ourselves: What is the meaning of time? How do we shape nature, and how has nature shaped us? Is California, as a place and a culture, exceptional?