UC Davis Magazine is a glossy magazine published twice a year by the University of California, Davis. It is sent to members of the California Aggie Alumni Association and the Aggie Parent and Family Association as well to policymakers and donors. Other people can receive the magazine by joining the Cal Aggie Alumni Association.
The magazine is designed to inform alumni and others about the campus and includes features about research, teaching and issues in higher education, profiles of faculty and alumni, and other campus news.
The editor is Jocelyn Anderson, a 1998 graduate of UC Davis. Art director is Russ Thebaud. Other staff members of the UC Davis Strategic Communications office write articles and design the magazine; contributors also include members of the campus colleges and schools, sports information office, development office, Cal Aggie Alumni Association and freelancers.
Davis Wiki Feature
In Volume 26, Number 3 (Spring 2009), the UC Davis Magazine featured an article in the 'Alumni' section about PhilipNeustrom and the Daviswiki.
The magazine was launched in summer 1983 as part of UC Davis' celebration of its 75th anniversary. At its peak, it was published quarterly and sent free to more than 200,000 alumni and parents of current students. In 2013-24, the university reduced the frequency of the magazine's publication and limited its mailing primarily to CAAA members.
Articles from past issues for summer 1996 through spring 2015 can be found at http://ucdavismagazine.ucdavis.edu/ Some later issues can be found in PDF editions on Issuu.com, including fall 2015 and spring 2016. Select articles also appear online under University News on the UC Davis News & Information site, including a fall/winter 2016-17 cover story on comedian alumnus Hasan Minhaj.
Past editors include Teri Bachman and Kathleen Holder.
2009-04-01 23:59:10 Nice article. :-) —IDoNotExist
2009-04-02 16:28:09 Awesome! Thanks for posting this! I got my copy in the mail the other night and wanted to put this on the site, but I didn't have any way to. —CurlyGirl26