President Napolitano marks her first year as UC president today, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. She reflects on that first year in today's issue of Inside Higher Ed.
President Napolitano provides an update and announces the latest improvements she’s asked the Efficiency Review Working Group to begin implementing this month.
UC President Janet Napolitano announced that she is adopting measures to provide a more inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, staff and faculty at UC.
Don't miss the final Lean In conversation about empowering women in the workplace, 12 to 1 pm this Thursday, which will be followed by a closing reception.
Join Institutional Research and Academic Planning at their Wednesday, Oct. 1, open house to learn more about the 2014 Accountability Report and the UCOP staff who produce it.
You are invited to attend one of several workshops in October and November on Compensation Basics, which provides an overview of UCOP's compensation system.
Learn the pros and cons of scanning your documents before you hit the scan button when Records Manager Laurie Sletten returns with Scanning 101 on Oct. 8.
The university is proposing to renew the Phased Retirement Program, an optional tool that allows eligible policy covered staff who are 55 or older to transition into retirement.
UCOP Chief Deputy General Counsel Karen Petrulakis is the featured speaker at the next Lunch & Learn session, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 12 to 1 p.m. in Franklin Lobby 1.
You can donate blood right here at the office when the American Red Cross bloodmobile returns to UCOP on Thursday, Oct. 16. Contact Jan Kehoe to make your appointment.