UC Davis Biodiversity Museum Day on March 6 might be geared towards UC Davis undergraduate college students and different members of the UC Davis neighborhood. (Photograph by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
UC Davis undergraduate college students are in for a scientific deal with.
When the eleventh annual UC Davis Biodiversity Museum Day takes place Sunday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to three p.m. within the UC Davis Convention Heart, 550 Alumni Lane, the attendance focus might be on the UC Davis neighborhood, particularly the undergraduate college students.
It is a free, science-focused occasion that in years previous, drew hundreds of science followers from Yolo and surrounding counties. “This 12 months we’re specializing in undergraduate attendance,” stated coordinator Tabatha Yang, the training and outreach coordinator for the Bohart Museum of Entomology. “The undergrads have not been in a position to expertise campus life a lot, attributable to COVID pandemic insurance policies.”
COVID pandemic precautions saved the 2021 occasion digital however this 12 months it is going to be in particular person, however COVID campus security insurance policies might be applied.
Prior to now, members loved visiting these collections in particular person:
And the hundreds of different science followers keen to move over to UC Davis? The 108th annual UC Davis Picnic Day awaits, and the identical museums for Biodiversity Museum Day are amongst these slated to take part. The campuswide Picnic Day, on maintain for the final two years as a result of COVID pandemic, is scheduled for Saturday, April 23. The theme? “Discovering Tomorrow.”
However on Sunday, March 6, the undergraduate college students and others in UC Davis neighborhood might be discovering or studying extra about science.