Advising Appointment Update (Summer 2020)
In alignment with campus directives regarding precautions surrounding COVID-19, the Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs Office in Chemistry will be closed to in-person interactions until further notice. Our staff and peer advisors remain available and will offer academic advising sessions to students via Zoom appointments. Once you have scheduled an advising session through the Advising Appointment System, our advisors will reach out to you by email with instructions on how to connect with them using Zoom. We appreciate your patience, flexibility, and understanding during this time.
Advising sessions with Kate Creveling and Perry Gee are available throughout the academic year. Advising sessions are generally limited to 20-minutes. To setup a meeting with Kate or Perry, please go to the Advising Appointment System or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop-in advising sessions are not available at this time as we observe campus directives regarding precautions surrounding COVID-19.
Julia Weidner is not available for drop-in advising sessions at this time to observe campus directives regarding precautions surrounding COVID-19. If you wish to share your question or concern via email or would like to schedule a Zoom appointment with her, please write to email@example.com.
- Dr. Shota Atsumi (Co-Chair, Undergraduate Affairs Committee)
- Dr. Davide Donadio (Co-Chair, Undergraduate Affairs Committee)
- Internship and Career Center
There are many resources to help you find what you need, such as a job or internship or help with writing your resume.
- Academic Assistance and Tutoring Services
At the AATC, general and subject specific assistance is offered to all UC Davis students, along with other services.
- Global Learning Hub - Study Abroad
The Global Learning Hub can help you find the perfect program to help you achieve your academic goals and provide you with an experience you will never forget! Take the time to ask the question, “Why Study Abroad?” and explore the possibilities of studying in a foreign place to expand your potential.
- Peer Assistance Program in Chemistry
Get help in organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry from undergrads who have succeeded in the courses! For more information on how to reach our peer assistants, contact the Department Peer Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to offer your expertise as a participant in the Peer Assistance Program in Chemistry, send an email to email@example.com.
- The ACS Chemistry Club @ UC Davis
Get involved with outreach events, such as the famous Picnic Day Magic Show, and meet others excited about chemistry! Join the email list to get information about meetings and events by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Health Professional Advising
Attend workshops to learn about paths to take towards the career you’re considering and meet with advisers to learn about professional school requirements and more.
- Chemistry Peer Mentoring Program (CPMP)
This is a year-long mentorship program to help first-year undergraduate and first-year transfer students majoring in chemistry transition into college life at UC Davis. The goal is to provide incoming students, especially first-generation and underrepresented minorities, with guidance and resources to have a successful first year directly from their peers.
The UC Davis CalTeach/Mathematics and Science Teaching Program (CalTeach/MAST) provides students with opportunities to explore careers in K-12 mathematics and science education while completing their degree in a STEM field. CalTeach/MAST offers seminar/internship courses that will expose you to teaching methods and practices in local area elementary, middle or high school classrooms. Our courses will give you the opportunity to acquire required internship hours to enter a teacher education credential program at either a UC or CSU campus. To learn more about the CalTeach/MAST program and how it can help you to become a teacher visit the our website at https://mast.ucdavis.edu