Link: UCOP's e-newsletter

Stay Informed. Stay Connected.

Recipient of giving tree gift

UCOP community gets into the giving spirit over 2013 holidays

Thanks to the entire UCOP community for its holiday giving spirit, which translated into warm coats, cuddle toys and nourishing food for low-income kids and families.


Shout-out: Congratulations to Brad Niess on his third 100-mile ultra-marathon

Brad Niess gets a shout-out from Angela Hom on completing his third 100-mile ultra-marathon, which took 31 hours and fulfilled Brad's Promise for Education.


Michael Reese in interview at UC Merced

AVP Michael Reese appointed vice chancellor at UC Merced

Reese, who has served UCOP for nearly 14 years, most recently as associate vice president for OP operations and budget, will take his new post on March 1.


fight the flu

Help UCOP Building Services keep Franklin building flu free

Franklin custodial crews are disinfecting public touch surfaces in areas of the building that get the heaviest traffic, and supplies are available for you to do the same in your own work area.


UCnet Twitter icon

UCOP to launch new website for employees and retirees on Feb. 6

UCOP is launching a new website, UCnet, on Thursday, Feb. 6, that aims to make life easier for University of California faculty, staff and retirees.


2013 UCOP Innovation & Impact award winners

Deadline this Friday, Jan. 31, for Innovation & Impact Award nominations

Any OP employee can submit a nomination for the UCOP Innovation and Impact Awards. Nominations for individuals or teams are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.


Illustration from Drinks of the World

Digitization project breathes new life into UC Libraries’ collections

The massive collections of the UC Libraries are finding new readers through the mass digitization project, being coordinated by UC's California Digital Library.