Link: UCOP's e-newsletterCelebrating 150 years of being boldly Californian.

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OP staff volunteer to help feed the community

Nineteen staff members from UCOP’s Office of the Chief Financial Office volunteered last week to help sort and bag more than 20,000 pounds of food at the Alameda County Food Bank.


Your top lunch spots revealed

The votes are in! About 150 UCOP staff members took last week’s online poll, casting their votes for the best lunch spots in nearly a dozen categories. See which restaurants prevailed and how your favorite


President Napolitano approves continuation of merit pay program for non-represented staff

Among the criteria, employees with a 2017 annual performance rating of “development needed/new and learning (tracking up)” or higher are eligible for a possible merit increase.


That UC tote bag? Here’s where you can buy it

Want a tote bag or tumbler to show your UC pride? How about a T-shirt commemorating the university’s 150th anniversary? Now you can buy it. The new UC Store, launched this week by the Marketing Communications


UC keeps Los Alamos Laboratory on cutting edge of science and research

  For three-quarters of a century, Los Alamos National Laboratory has been a singular force in advancing scientific knowledge across new frontiers — from its origins in World War II to its role in the Human


Important information about whistleblower activities

The following message was sent by Chief Compliance and Audit Officer Alexander Bustamante to UCOP staff on Monday, July 9: Dear UCOP Colleagues, The University of California is committed to maintaining the highest standards of conduct


Street smart safety tips to avoid being a target for criminals

Stay off your cellphone. Carry your bag in front of you. Be cautious when using ATMs. These and other tips are recommended for your safety.