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    UC Davis Chancellor Gary May was unanimously confirmed by UC regents as the school's next leader earlier this year. May headed the engineering school at Georgia Tech and discusses why he believes colleges should have more diversity.

UC Davis Chancellor Gary May was unanimously confirmed by UC regents as the school's next leader earlier this year. May headed the engineering school at Georgia Tech and discusses why he believes colleges should have more diversity. Diana Lambert dlambert@sacbee.com
UC Davis Chancellor Gary May was unanimously confirmed by UC regents as the school's next leader earlier this year. May headed the engineering school at Georgia Tech and discusses why he believes colleges should have more diversity. Diana Lambert dlambert@sacbee.com

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