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Student Spotlight: Grant Matson

About me:

Growing up, I lived in cities and towns all over the U.S., but I finally put down roots in California when I attended USC for my undergraduate studies.  After graduation, I worked in San Francisco and Los Angeles doing marketing for video game companies.  I moved back east to Manhattan for a few years, where I earned an MBA at Fordham University and continued to work in marketing.

Student Spotlight: Jai Malik

About me:

I was born and raised in Delhi, where I completed my bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering, and later worked on transport policy at a think tank for three years. I moved to UC Davis in 2017 to pursue graduate studies in transportation. The past four years have been very intellectually satisfying and I have also enjoyed the slower-paced life in Davis—a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of New Delhi!

Giovanni Circella for the Washington Post "The widespread adoption of remote work has enabled greater flexibility to travel — but not for everyone"

Giovanni Circella, director of 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program at the University of California at Davis, has been studying how the pandemic has affected mobility and says the widespread adoption of remote work has enabled greater flexibility to travel — but not for everyone. “It’s true mostly for higher-income individuals and white-collar workers,” he says, noting that the option of remote work is far less prevalent among lower-income and minority employees, who are also more likely to be essential workers.