Building Together

July 08, 2019
Building Together Developing key partnerships to support youth-led participatory action research in CalFresh Healthy Living, University of California Programming. 

Authored by Brandon Louie, Nancy Xiong, Nancy Erbstein, Miranda Capriotti, Eli Figueroa, Cristina Luquin, Carmela Padilla, Guadalupe Ramirez, Emma Sandoval, Paul Tabarez, and Chris Gomez Wong, with Chutima Ganthavorn, Charles Go, Katie Johnson, Marisa Neelon, and Kamaljeet Singh-Khaira. 


April 30, 2019
AggieSquare Report

Authors: Jonathan K. London, Carolyn Abrams, Krista Haapanen

Aggie Square harnesses the power of UC Davis and its partners to create educational and economic opportunities in Sacramento and beyond. Located on the UC Davis Sacramento Campus, Aggie Square will house business partners and community-based programs with UC Davis innovation and research to create a stronger and healthier shared community.

Moving from Serving Youth to Engaging Youth

March 08, 2018
Moving from Serving Youth to Engaging Youth: Youth-led Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Interventions in UC CalFresh Nutrition Education

Authors: Brandon Louie, Nancy Erbstein, Miranda Capriotti, Marisela Ceron, Wei-ting Chen, Monica Drazba, David Ginsburg, Melissa Morris, Metria Munyan, Hector Ochoa, Paul Tabarez, Jesse Tedrick, Mary Vollinger, and Mary Welch-Bezemek

The Struggle for Water Justice

February 07, 2018
The Struggle for Water Justice: Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities in California's San Joaquin Valley

Authors: Jonathan K. London, Amanda Fenci, Sara Watterson, Jennifer Jarin, Alfonso Aranda, Aaron King, Camille Pannu, Phoebe Seaton, Laurel Fireston, Mia Dawson, and Peter Nguyen

Center for Regional Change: Celebrating 10 Years 2007-2017

October 26, 2017
Center for Regional Change: Celebrating 10 Years 2007-2017

It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since the launch of the Center for Regional Change. This decade has certainly been a time of tremendous change within the CRC, the campus, and the world as a whole. There is much to celebrate, and there are many social, political, economic, and environmental challenges that make our work all the more crucial.