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On November 18, 2015, Graduate Studies and the Internship and Career Center hosted an exciting new event for graduate students and postdocs: the Ph. Connector, which buzzed with the 211 students and 33 career specialists in attendance.
Think Jay Gatsby’s extravagant parties, but through the contemporary tinted glass walls of the UC Davis Conference Center—with an attendee list composed of professionals and advanced degree holders rather than the residents of West and East Egg.
For more information about dating or domestic violence, or to speak with someone about safety planning, please contact the University CARE advocate at 530-752-3299.
As collegiate students, nearly none of us are strangers to the realm of dating apps.
I swim several hours a week and seriously am passionate about recreation and appreciate activities with my family and friends. I love, love, love animals and am very even tempered and down to earth... I do not tend towards moodiness at all and I like keeping the peace.
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Dating/domestic violence can affect any kind of relationship, including relationships that involve partners from different genders, the same gender, or polyamorous relationships.
The victim of intimate partner violence, as well as the perpetrator of the abuse, may be any gender.
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The Cycle often includes the following stages: If you have concerns about your relationship or feel that you might be experiencing dating or domestic violence, please seek out support.
There are several confidential resources on campus and in the community that may be able to help you.
Such conduct violates University policy and may violate California law.
This website provides information about: On 6/2/2017, UCD students held a rally to express their concerns with the school's process for addressing allegations of sexual violence.