StaceyEllis.jpg Hi! I'm Stacey Ellis!

I'm a third-year graduate student in the Geography Graduate Group at UC Davis and co-president (AKA the "Derwent Whittlesey Chair") of GLOBAL: geography club, as well as one of the organizers of the Human Geography Research Group. This is a very long way of saying I'm a bit of a nerd, but at least I'm a nerd who is comfortable with it.

I'm an avid traveler, when the funds allow. I've been to about a dozen or so European countries and love to trade travel stories (Did I ever tell you about that awesome monkey puzzle tree I found in Keswick, England? Oh, well, check out the picture I posted here...). When tied closer to home, I love going to concerts, watching movies, crocheting, playing on my computer, and tending to my houseplants.

My hometown is Chico (don't judge!) and I've been very involved in the [chico]Chico Wiki, so when I'm not playing on the Davis Wiki, it's probably because I'm gnoming over there. You should come by and check it out some time. Surely you must know something about Chico to share!

I am the 2008-2009 [ucdgsa]Public Relations Officer at the Graduate Student Association (which has somehow made me the queen of bagels without my realizing it!) as well as an avid promoter of our [ucdgsa]new wiki.

And if this hasn't satisfied your curiosity for all things Stacey-related, there is another user profile about me over at Chico Wiki. Feel free to [chico]take a peek...

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2007-11-14 20:23:15   Go MonkeyPuzzleTree, [WWW]

2008-09-23 00:20:46   Are you coming to the day of coffee, bagels, and donuts on Friday? —IDoNotExist

2008-09-24 14:41:29   Ich bin ein Berliner... (can a person really be a jelly donut?) Will you be conferring at a conference of people who attend conferences to confer about contiguous conifers, corndogs, capitals, corridors, corners, corrugated cardboard, card carrying cashiers, comatose club co-chairs, and Chico? —IDoNotExist

2008-10-03 13:38:30   Hey, Stacey. How about Saturday evening or Sunday after 3 at Crepeville? That other person definitely wants to meet you. :-) Let me know if you are free... —IDoNotExist

2008-10-04 14:27:59   Ok. Let me check with the other party (which seems to exist). I'll get back to you about it later today. I think that said party will probably be up for it. :-) —IDoNotExist

2008-10-05 20:14:43   How about Saturday? Sunday seems to be out... —IDoNotExist

2008-10-05 20:15:53   How can you meet someone who doesn't exist? —StevenDaubert

2008-10-06 01:02:43   How can you NOT meet someone who doesn't exist? —IDoNotExist

2008-10-06 01:08:39   Indeed they will be! I'm not sure what time they who must not be named will be free on Saturday, but I propose that if it is not hot and generally unpleasant, that we meet at a predefined spot of existence where they sell farmers near the town of the crepes.

If you keep running into me, does that hurt? Maybe I should install an airbag... —IDoNotExist

2008-11-08 00:19:00   'twas nice seeing you ephemerally today. :-) —IDoNotExist

2008-11-10 10:15:41   Well, since I don't exist, you might not have noticed, but I actually DID catch you this weekend! I was not existing with you the entire weekend. It's not surprising that you didn't notice, since I'm really not here, or there, or anywhere else. :-)

Your head exploded. Twice.

I'm sure I will get all bagelly at the appointed bagel time. :-) —IDoNotExist

2008-11-12 18:20:31   Bagels are more important than Chico Wiki? Pfft :-P —RyanMikulovsky

2008-11-20 00:18:17   Bagels are more important than sleep! Bagels are even more important than food itself! —IDoNotExist

2008-11-20 12:24:34   Hehehe. I is bagels that are more important than bagels, not the other way around! Surely, thus must be evident! I don't see how you could view it the other way... —IDoNotExist

2008-11-20 20:19:31   I'm up for that. Oh, and if you like visiting botanical gardens during your travels, try Hershey Gardens in Pennsylvania... one of the best I've been to anywhere, and I love botanical gardens. They have several mother trees, and a large section just devoted to grasses. —JabberWokky

2008-11-20 22:01:43   The bagels from Davis are better because they have better tasting bagel holes, and they grow on the best bagel trees! —IDoNotExist

2008-11-20 22:14:13   I could not find the entire thread, even when I searched amongst the many wiki worlds.

It is my hope that some day our bagels will find a common cause, with cream cheese and toasting. Some day, they will triumph over the donuts which threaten their holes. Some day, they will find lox and love (is there not love in lox?). Some day, there will be chain of bagels linked through their holes. Davis bagels and Chico bagels united as one.

We can all dream, can't we? —IDoNotExist

2008-11-21 14:07:18   Mmmm ... bagels. —condemned2bfree

2008-11-21 16:13:12   Bagels make the world toroidal! —IDoNotExist

2008-11-21 17:36:40   Bagels make the world want jam and butter... —SunjeetBaadkar

2008-11-21 19:22:19   Oddly, I was just going to get a dinner including a bagel. This must be an attempt at mind control by the better bagel bakers of Brooklyn. This is part of their evil plot to take over all bagel holes in the world, and merge them into a giant bagel black hole. —IDoNotExist

2008-11-21 19:23:25   You're right. That wasn't subtle. No, not that. That. The subtle thing that we were discussing previously that wasn't so subtle after all. —IDoNotExist

2008-11-22 23:16:57   There is a dopplestacey! —IDoNotExist

2009-01-11 23:46:41   Wow! A Stacey at a Wiki gathering! I must say that I will be amazed to see this... —IDoNotExist

2009-03-06 19:35:54   Excellent StaceyGuess! —IDoNotExist

2009-03-20 23:56:11   Geology, not Geography? I thought you and the other you were both Geography? —IDoNotExist

2009-04-08 15:53:41   No gold stars for you! —RyanMikulovsky

2009-06-08 12:11:21   Hey Stacey, I had a few questions about Coffee-Bagel-Donut Day. How many weeks per year is it run? And can you tell me or email me a little bit of info about the budgeting aspects? I'm hoping to push the UCLA GSA to put on a similar event. It seems the GSA down here isn't really as active as it was in Davis (so far, all we've seen is a yearly welcome dinner to the new students, and a few graduate student dances at fancy LA clubs, that's co-hosted/rented by USC and LMU GSA's). I think most of us would rather have the pizza once a month and free coffee/bagels once a week by far! —EdWins

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