Hear from second-year students in the UC Davis Maternal and Child Nutrition Master’s Program who are excited about pursuing their degree and want to share their insight with others who are considering doing the same.
Meet Ukrainian beer writer Lana Svitankova, winner of the 2022 UC Davis Tapping Potential Scholarship. With training from the online Beer Quality Series, her goal is to be living proof that females can be knowledgeable about beer.
Meet Brazilian-born beer sommelier and brewer Nadhine França, winner of the 2022 UC Davis Tapping Potential Scholarship, who is reestablishing her brewing career in Budapest with knowledge from the online Beer Quality Series.
As a winner of the 2022 UC Davis Tapping Potential Scholarship for the online Beer Quality Series, transgender brewer Jae Vanderwerf doesn’t need to choose between living authentically and getting an education.
Since winning the 2022 UC Davis Tapping Potential Scholarship for the online Master Brewers Certificate Program, Nigerian brewer Chijindu Onwuchekwa is on her way to achieving her goal of becoming a master brewer.
Shortly after starting his career in occupational safety, Iman Leong's colleagues and managers recommended the Workplace Health and Safety Manager Certificate Program. Since completing program, he feels empowered to make a positive impact on his organization’s safety management system.
Investing in your education can be a difficult decision to make, especially when considering the costs associated with earning a certificate or other credential. With a bit of research and patience, you will find a number of scholarships and other funding available to help you pay for your certificate program. Here are a few resources to get you started.
When Francisco Cordero began thinking about applying to medical school, he knew he needed to increase his GPA to be a more competitive applicant. He completed the UC Davis Health Professions Post-Baccalaureate Program with a GPA of 3.87 and has received his first acceptance letter with more decisions to come.
When Amanda Plunkett took on a new job as a sensory panel leader, she turned to the Applied Sensory and Consumer Science Certificate Program to gain the skills she needed to successfully fulfill her new role.
May Cheung is an assistant professor of nutrition sciences at City University of New York, Brooklyn College. Interested in learning how her skills and knowledge could be used in the food and beverage industry, she decided to pursue a certificate in Applied Sensory and Consumer Science.