Students

Field to Bench interview by Craft Maltsters Guild features Glen Fox and Maany Ramanan

March 16, 2022
In the first Craft Maltsters Guild's "Field to Bench" series for 2022 (the series features the people behind some of the world's leading malt research), FST's Glen Fox and Maany Ramanan (UC Brewing doctoral candidate) talk about Fox's background studying barley quality, his current research focus on starch structure, and how it impacts wort and beer quality, as well as Maany's current research project - assessing the effect of environment and genotype on malt quality. 

Erika Estrada featured in "Turning College Into A Career"

February 10, 2022

FST Ph.D. student Erika Estrada is featured in UC Admission blog's "Turning College into a Career" by Abigail Loomis, February 9th, 2022.  She is featured with another first-generation student, Irving Huerta (Political Science and Sustainable Environmental Design graduate, B.A. '20).  You can read more about their journeys and aspirations at the article here: https://www.ucdavis.edu/admissions/blog/turning-college-into-a-career.  

Course Profile: VEN 110

January 18, 2022

Assistant Professor Megan Bartlett teaches VEN 110, Grapevine Growth and Physiology, during the winter quarter. The goal of this course is to give students the understanding of grapevine biology they will need to tackle the challenges of vineyard management.  

Student Profile: Arpa Boghozian

January 18, 2022

Student standing:  
I am currently a senior in the department.  


Degree/Focus/interest areas: 
One unique feature about the viticulture and enology program at UC Davis is that undergraduate students must complete courses in both disciplines. That being said, I have found that even though I originally thought that I would prefer viticulture, I have thoroughly enjoyed the courses with a focus in enology. Going forward, I would like to pursue positions that have roles in both disciplines.