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From small centers and departments to large campus wide applications, we work with a wide range of clients. Check out the list below for a comprehensive view of our work.


CAES Help

August 2019 • CAES

Online Ticket submission for our three helpdesk teams

Labs

June 2019 • CAES

Website for managing Labs (primarily access via prox cards) for CAESDO.

WHO

May 2019 • Campus wide

WhoIs search with Lucene.NET against example people DB

TACOS

April 2019 • CAES

Calculate and track TA allocations for every course within CAES

PEAKS

February 2019 • Campus wide

The goal of PEAKS is to provide a centralized system where teams can plan and track their most critical resources, enabling them to answer difficult questions like exactly which keys and computers are assigned to a specific person, when they acknowledged receipt of those items, what rooms they can access with those keys, and much, much more.

Loading Admissions and Matching for Banner

February 2019 • Grad Studies

Annually matches 12,000 graduate school applicants against prior students and synchronize all applicant information to Banner.

Payments

January 2019 • CAES

Credit card and invoice processing.

Agricultural Sustainability Institute

January 2019 • CAES

The Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis is a group of researchers, educators, and agricultural extension professionals working to answer big questions on how to make agriculture and food systems more sustainable - in California and beyond.

Foods For Health Institute

November 2018 • CAES

The Foods For Health Institute was established to link diverse scientific disciplines across the colleges and schools of the University of California at Davis, and develop regional and international multi-stakeholder partnerships. The FFHI acts as an engine for research, innovation, and economic development supported by competitive research programs, industry collaborations, and philanthropic funding. Together, the FFHI and its partners will lead the improvement of individual health through diet.

UC Davis Cal Fresh

November 2018 • CAES

The University of California CalFresh Nutrition Education Program (UC CalFresh NEP, or just UC CalFresh) is funded through a joint agreement among the U.S. Department of Agriculture/Food and Nutrition Service (USDA/FNS), the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) CalFresh branch, and the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). UC CalFresh consists of Adult, Family-Centered, and Youth programs operating throughout California.

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

September 2018 • CAES

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis is a global leader recognized throughout the world for its scientific expertise.

Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science

September 2018 • CAES

The Robert Mondavi Institute allowed UC Davis to move two departments -- Viticulture and Enology, and Food Science and Technology -- under one roof in a new, state-of-the-art facility. These departments, recognized as the best in the world in their respective areas of scholarship, are linked with other disciplines across campus to investigate the role of healthy and safe foods in our quality of life.

World Food Center

August 2018 • CAES

The World Food Center (WFC) mobilizes the research, educational and outreach resources of UC Davis, in partnership with consumers, public and philanthropic entities, and the agricultural, marine and food industries, to promote innovative, sustainable and equitable food systems.

Analytical Lab

June 2018 • CAES

The UC Davis Analytical Laboratory is a core support facility of the UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences.

Honey and Pollination Center

March 2018 • CAES

The Honey and Pollination Center increases consumer, industry and stakeholder understanding of the importance of bees, pollination, honey and other products of the hive to people and the environment through research, education, and outreach.

California Center for Urban Horticulture

February 2018 • CAES

Our mission is to present workshops and programs, in addition to working on initiatives hat promote scientific research and the exchange of science-based principles and practices that protect resources and enhances ecosystems in the urban environment in California.

Agriculture Experiment Station

January 2018 • CAES

Scientists at UC Davis who are supported by Agricultural Experiment Station funding do research and outreach that address challenges in food and agriculture, natural resources, community development and many other areas that benefit society.

Agribusiness

January 2018 • CAES

Legacy program for managing yearly Agribusiness conference, including attendee tracking and materials distribution.

Afghan Agriculture

January 2018 • CAES

e-Afghan Ag is supported by USAID. UC Davis is the lead institution. Over 70 institutions have contributed content. e-Afghan Ag is considered the most comprehensive collection of practical information available to help the farmers of Afghanistan. The project started with USAID funding managed through USDA.

ACE (Course Evaluations)

January 2018 • Students, Staff, and Faculty

Online course evaluations for UC Davis, enabling staff and faculty to quickly define and distribute evaluations and receive secure feedback rapidly through drastically less effort than using paper evaluations. Used quarterly by almost every student on campus.

AD419

January 2018 • CAES staff

Complex reporting and expense association system for almost $200 million in agricultural research grants and funds.

Gamma Sigma Delta

December 2017 • CAES

Gamma Sigma Delta began as a professional agricultural fraternity called Delta Theta Sigma at the Ohio State University, December 1, 1905, and maintained a chapter house.

Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection

December 2017 • CAES

The Center of Health for Advancing Microbiome and Mucosal Protection (CHAMMP) was developed from a Research Investments in the Sciences and Engineering (RISE) program.

California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research

November 2017 • CAES

California Institute of Food and Agricultural Research, CIFAR *(“see-far”) is a California-centered, global network and innovation hub focused on emerging agri-food innovations, systems, technologies and solutions. CIFAR is headquartered at the University of California, Davis, and has direct access to some of the leading food, agricultural, and environmental science research programs not only in California, but also throughout the United States and the world.

Plant Transformation Facility

October 2017 • CAES

Plant Transformation Facility: Online ordering system for the Plant Transformation Facility. Features online ordering from clients, inventory management, and online billing integration.

Olive Center Redesign

October 2017 • CAES

The UC Davis Olive Center is a self-funded university/industry coalition that seeks to do for olives what UC Davis did for wine.The world-renowned center brings together nearly 60 UC faculty members, research specialists and farm advisors who address the research and education needs of California olive growers and processors.

UC Davis Contained Research Facility

October 2017 • CAES

The Contained Research Facility (CRF) provides a secure environment for research on invasive plant pests; those known to occur in California and those that have yet to arrive. These plant pests, including arthropods, plant pathogens, nematodes, and weeds, pose huge potential losses for California agriculture, threaten trade of agricultural products, threaten natural ecosystems, and can damage urban landscapes.

Commencement

September 2017 • Students and Staff

Campus commencement registration system that tracks and distributes tickets to students.

Climate Smart

August 2017 • CAES

The UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences International Programs Office shares agricultural knowledge and information with the world. We conduct training and workshops, develop research & extension projects, advise on curriculum development, sponsor global programs, offer educational opportunities, and guide capacity building.

Registration

April 2017 • Campus wide

Allows campus staff to create and promote conferences and other events and handles payments (Credit Card/Checks) for those events.

International programs

October 2016 • CAES

The UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences International Programs Office shares agricultural knowledge and information with the world. We conduct training and workshops, develop research & extension projects, advise on curriculum development, sponsor global programs, offer educational opportunities, and guide capacity building.

e-Pak Ag

October 2016 • CAES

e-Afghan Ag is supported by USAID. UC Davis is the lead institution. Over 70 institutions have contributed content. e-Afghan Ag is considered the most comprehensive collection of practical information available to help the farmers of Afghanistan. The project started with USAID funding managed through USDA.

Edible Campus

September 2016 • CAES

Edible Campus is a student-led project that aims to revolutionize health and wellness and university land use on the UC Davis campus. Edible Campus sees the UC Davis campus as an ideal space for beautiful, educational, and edible landscapes.

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Computer Labs

July 2016 • CAES

To provide a modern teaching environment for industry standard software in agricultural and environmental sciences.

Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture

June 2016 • CAES

The Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture (CABA) was established to provide leadership, focus, and support to University of California Davis researchers in addressing problems associated with California’s cultured and wild aquatic biological resources.

Gift Tracking

May 2016 • Campus wide

Process and track campus donations in a centralized system, including complex payment processing, document management, and workflow history.

e-China

November 2015 • CAES

e-Afghan Ag is supported by USAID. UC Davis is the lead institution. Over 70 institutions have contributed content. e-Afghan Ag is considered the most comprehensive collection of practical information available to help the farmers of Afghanistan. The project started with USAID funding managed through USDA.

Green RMI

August 2015 • CAES

The 34,000-square-foot facility, funded entirely by private donations, includes the Teaching and Research Winery and the August A. Busch III Brewing and Food Science Laboratory.

Benefits Allocation

July 2015 • Campus wide

A Project for Automating General Ledger Current Budget Adjustments necessitated by campus' de-centralization of benefits allocation credits and expenses.

Give to UC Davis

January 2015 • Campus wide

Flagship giving site for UC Davis to collect credit card donations for a wide variety of campus areas and funds. Give to UC Davis increased online donations by over 20% in its first year of operation.

Legal Gift Agreements

September 2014 • Campus Wide

Create, distribute and calculate changes to complex legal documents covering the receipt of large donations to UC Davis.

Badges

January 2014 • CAES

ASI grant project -- open source badging system for higher education.

Prepurchasing

July 2011 • Campus wide

PrePurchasing allows camps staff and faculty to submit, process, track and repot on any type of order request, including KFS, MyTravel, DPO/DRO/PR, and other campus services. Vert popular program that has processed hundreds of millions of dollars in orders to date.

Employee Salary Review & Analysis (ESRA)

May 2011 • Campus wide

System to analyze salaries among titles/personnel and formulate/propose salary adjustments due to equity considerations or reclassification. It pulls together information from a variety of sources and provides personnel analysts with a single-source portal to be able to view employee salary and title.

Eligibility List

October 2010 • CAES

Track eligibility actions for CAES faculty.

Student Information Management

September 2010 • CAES

Student Information Management System: Used by CA&ES academic counselors. Features include transcript pdf storage, student form tracking, and ability to run student reports against Banner.

EatFit

October 2008 • Public

Survey application used by educators across California for analyzing children's eating habits.