Larry Vanderhoef, chancellor of UC Davis, right, joins the ribbon cutting celebration in 2008 at The Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science grand opening at UC Davis. From left, Clare M. Hasler, executive director of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science; Robert Grey, University of California system interim provost; Margrit Biever Mondavi, vice president for art and culture at the Robert Mondavi Winery and wife of the late Robert Mondavi; Neal Van Alfen, dean of UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and Vanderhoef.
Larry Vanderhoef, chancellor of UC Davis, right, joins the ribbon cutting celebration in 2008 at The Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science grand opening at UC Davis. From left, Clare M. Hasler, executive director of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science; Robert Grey, University of California system interim provost; Margrit Biever Mondavi, vice president for art and culture at the Robert Mondavi Winery and wife of the late Robert Mondavi; Neal Van Alfen, dean of UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and Vanderhoef. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
Larry Vanderhoef, chancellor of UC Davis, right, joins the ribbon cutting celebration in 2008 at The Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science grand opening at UC Davis. From left, Clare M. Hasler, executive director of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science; Robert Grey, University of California system interim provost; Margrit Biever Mondavi, vice president for art and culture at the Robert Mondavi Winery and wife of the late Robert Mondavi; Neal Van Alfen, dean of UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and Vanderhoef. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

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