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

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Online poll: Vote for your favorite lunch spots

We all have that trusty go-to lunch spot. Now’s your chance to vote for your favorite in our online poll and you could introduce your colleagues to a new place they didn’t know about.

10-second bio: Laura Levy, operations coordinator and gardening lover at heart

Name: Laura Levy  Title: Operations Coordinator  Department/Unit: Innovative Learning Technology Initiative Location: Franklin Building When I Started Working At UCOP: Spring 2014 What I Do For OP In Five Words Or Less: I support the ILTI team The Best Part About Working For OP: The best part of working

How to be heard in advocacy efforts

Lawmakers have heard from UC advocates more than 8,200 times this year — and it’s only July. This is an incredible show of force by our small but mighty UC Advocacy Network of 17,000 people — and a testament to the

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

UC launches Million Light Bulb Challenge community buy program

UC faculty and staff have a great opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint at home and save money. UC is spearheading a statewide effort to advance the purchase of 1 million high-quality, energy-efficient light