“If you’re looking for a fun service project, check out the Adopt-a-Block program here at UC Davis! Adopt-a-Block gives groups the opportunity to help beautify our campus and surrounding community. Participating groups choose their ideal community block, coordinate with members to schedule clean-up times, and return as needed throughout the quarter. We will provide gloves and garbage bags.

If you are interested in participating, please email


The UCD Health policy compliance project with EMRAP 

  (Emergency Medicine Research Assistant Program) 

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The Emergency Medicine Research Associates Program (EMRAP) provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to become involved in the clinical research endeavors of the UCDMC while learning about healthcare operations within this dynamic work environment. The emergency department carries out multiple different research studies and other projects at any given time including the Tobacco Cessation project. Students participating in EMRAP are helping to address tobacco use in and around the Emergency Medicine Department. If you are interested in getting involved with the clinical research endeavors of the UCDMC or helping to support the smoke and tobacco free initiative of the campus, be sure to apply to EMRAP during the next application cycle. Check out the flyer below for more information regarding upcoming application cycles and ways to get involved!

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The UC Davis Tobacco Control Evaluation Center provides evaluation consulting and training services to social service and disease prevention programs. It serves as the statewide evaluation technical assistance provider for California's tobacco control programs providing individual technical assistance, training, and evaluation-related resources to build the evaluation capacity of local programs.

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