Bob Segar

Bob Segar

Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Planning and Environmental Stewardship
University of California, Davis

Bob is Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Planning and Environmental Stewardship at UC Davis. He has led UC Davis campus planning for over 30 years, guiding the transformation of whole new districts on the campus while working to enhance the places and landscapes people love. Bob is known for his lead role in planning the UC Davis “front door” along Interstate 80, anchored by high public-access programs including an alumni and visitors center, performing arts center, school of management, wine and food science institute, art museum and welcome center/conference center, as well as new public landscapes including a teaching vineyard, a new central quad and improvements to the UC Davis Arboretum. Working with UC Davis Arboretum leadership, he has helped reinvent the campus landscape as a sustainable public garden that provides meaningful learning and leadership opportunities to students and community members.

For the past five years, Bob has served as the Chancellor’s point person for the Aggie Square innovation district on the UC Davis Sacramento campus, a 1 million square foot project that will co-locate university programs with industry partners and community-based organizations to further inclusive economic development in Sacramento.

Bob graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in urban studies and has a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Michigan.