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Tuesday: The Effects of Stigma on Public Health

UC Riverside professor Bruce Link will discuss how social stigma affects people with mental illness in Tuesday's webinar that is part of the Stigma-Free UC series.

Friday: Meet-and-greet potluck to kick off Tiny Hats for Tiny Babies campaign

An Office of the General Counsel team will once again be knitting and crocheting tiny hats for premature babies and you can join the campaign.

BBQ lunch, “Black Panther” movie screening to raise scholarship funds

Proceeds will go toward BSFO’s student scholarship fund, which benefits deserving underrepresented students who are enrolled at a UC campus.

Save the date: Join President Napolitano for a UCOP Town Hall on June 21

You are invited to join President Napolitano for a UCOP Town Hall meeting on Thursday, June 21 from 10–11 a.m. Here are a few ways you can participate in this event: In person: The event will

Monday brown bag: What It’s Like to be Undocumented in this Era

Liliana Iglesias, an academic counselor at UC Berkeley’s Undocumented Student Program, will share her personal experience working with undocumented students.

Wanted: Knitters and crocheters to help make tiny hats for premature babies

The hats will be donated to UCSF's Tiny Hats for Tiny Babies campaign to benefit premature babies in health facilities in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

Free summer concerts in downtown Oakland, from jazz to reggae

Summer is concert season in downtown Oakland, so grab your lunch and soak in some free music ranging from jazz and zydeco to rock and reggae. These concerts are free and open to the