Includes photographs and digital images from the
Department of Applied Science, College of Engineering brochures and flyers, and one DVD of the 2014 College of Engineering
The UC Davis College of Engineering is home to eight departments offering twelve undergraduate majors. Established in 1962
with Professor of Agricultural Engineering Roy Bainer as founding dean, the college was housed in Walker Hall, originally
known as the Agricultural Engineering Building. As the College of Engineering grew, more space was needed. Engineering I was
built in 1967 and renamed Bainer Hall in 1969. Engineering II opened in 1992 and in 2003 was renamed John D. Kemper Hall
after the college's second dean. Engineering III, later renamed Mohammed S. Ghausi Hall for the third dean of the college,
opened in 2000.
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