If you’ve been looking for an excuse for a road trip, consider visiting the Hastings Natural History Reservation during their summer open house on Saturday, June 8.
On May 30, join Raj Kapur, president of the Center for Project Management, for a free professional development course focused on strengthening key communication skills within teams.
On May 28, join APISA for the screening of a documentary film exploring the incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II. A panel discussion featuring someone who was interned will connect that tumultuous political climate to the struggle of immigrants today.
View a special screening of “And Then They Came For Us,” a documentary film that explores the forced incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Academic and local nonprofit experts will lead a rousing discussion about the resounding effects of Japanese internment today.
This October, UCOP employees and their families attend a mobile enrollment Global Entry access event at the Franklin building in Oakland. Learn how to enroll in this time-saving international travel program.
On Monday, May 13, President Janet Napolitano will hold her quarterly Town Hall meeting with UCOP staff. Join her to learn more about presidential priorities and plans — and share your questions.
On Tuesday, May 14, join the PACSW for a discussion with Kum-Kum Bhavnani — chair-elect of the UC Systemwide Academic Senate as well as a professor, author and filmmaker.
UC’s fifth annual Grad Slam will take place this Friday, giving students 180 seconds to present their groundbreaking research for a chance to win big. View the livestream and vote for your favorite researcher.