Staff Spotlight- Jessica Chalfin

Hi everyone,  you can call me Jessica, Jess, or JC! I'm originally from the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. I studied Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology here at UC Davis and I'm so glad to be back working at my alma mater!

Student Studies Bats on Kodiak Island, Alaska

In completing my Environmental Policy and Management Master’s Degree at UC Davis, I had the opportunity to participate in field research regarding little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus) with Jesika Reimer, Associate Research Specialist in the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology, on Kodiak Island, Alaska in July 2022.

EPM in the Wild - A Case Study Competition

In Spring of 2022, Natalie came across the Wildfire Resilience case-study Competition created by the United States Forest Service and Net Impact asking students, professionals, and researchers how we can better tackle economic and ecological sustainability in the Sierras...

Student Spotlight- Kamryn Kubose

Hi! My name is Kamryn, and I'm a proud hapa from Fresno, California. I graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in Environmental Science and I had the wonderful opportunity to work closely with the Chief Sustainability Officers on a couple of campus-wide projects.

EPM hosts CNRA Secretary Wade Crowfoot at graduation celebration

Last Wednesday, we held our annual EPM Graduation Celebration at the Putah Creek Lodge. Our graduating class consisted of 28 students- 10 students who completed the accelerated 12-month track and 18 students who completed the two-year track. EPM was excited to host Secretary Wade Crowfoot from California Natural Resources Agency as our guest speaker.

This year's EProM!

This past Saturday, the Environmental Policy & Management social committee hosted our annual EProM! This was an end-of-the-year celebratory event for our current students, faculty and staff, as well as recent alumni who missed out on an EProM celebration of their own.

Student Spotlight- Natalie Chapman

Practicum Experience

California’s coastal and marine resource management continues to change and adapt in response to renewable energy development, increased maritime economics, and novel oceanic discoveries. My work communicates social and marine science recommendations for holistic policy decisions.

Student Spotlight- Christina Harrington

My name is Christina and I was born and raised in Altadena, a suburb of the greater Los Angeles area. I completed a B.A. in Environmental Studies at Seattle University in 2015 and then spent...