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MayaWorks women display their crafts

MayaWorks sale offers handcrafted gifts, Nov. 25 only

Find beautiful handcrafted gifts and support fair trade at the same time, when MayaWorks comes to UCOP for one day only, Monday, Nov. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in 12322 Franklin.


UCOP Singers at 2012 holiday party

Holiday celebration coming to UCOP Thursday, Dec. 19

Wear your holiday sweater and get ready for delicious snacks, cheery decorations and harmonious sounds when the holidays come to UCOP on Dec. 19.


pumpkin pie

Nov. 27: Don’t miss OGC’s pre-Thanksgiving bake sale, raffle and auction

Get help setting your holiday table and support local charities at the same time at the Office of General Counsel's annual bake sale, raffle and silent auction.


Catherine Knaizewycz

10-second bio: Meet Catherine Kniazewycz, from “Normalcy,” USA

Meet Catherine Kniazewycz, director of architecture in Capital Resources Management. She says her home town of Iowa City, Iowa, couldn't have been more normal.


Cover of Lean In, book by Sheryl Sandberg

Lean In series on women in the workplace kicks off this Friday, Nov. 22

Lean In: Conversations about Women in the Workplace is a series of facilitated conversations inspired by Sheryl Sandberg's book and sponsored by PACSW, starting Friday.


Jane Conoley of UCSB

EVENT CANCELED: UC Santa Barbara’s Jane Conoley Nov. 20

UC Santa Barbara's Jane Conoley will speak at UCOP this Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the next Women We Admire talk, sponsored by the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women.


Fiat lux: Solar-powered lights, created by UCSB engineer, on sale Tuesday

You can purchase the small, portable solar-powered LED study light created by UC Santa Barbara's John Bowers, in the Franklin lobby from 12 to 1 p.m. this Tuesday, Nov. 19.