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Visit to organic farm serves up life lessons for UC students

UC Global Food Initiative student fellows gathered for a springtime field trip in the Central Valley to learn about organic farming and get their hands dirty.


UCSF and UCLA join national collaboration for cancer research

Renowned UC San Francisco immunologist Jeffrey Bluestone, Ph.D., has been named president and CEO of the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, a national initiative launched with a $250 million grant from The Parker Foundation, a private philanthropic


President Napolitano at her desk

President Napolitano tells S.F. Chronicle that UC Berkeley must lead change in sex harassment culture

UC President Janet Napolitano said Thursday that she was “unhappy” and dissatisfied with the way UC Berkeley has handled some of its recent cases of sexual harassment, adding that investigations take too long and discipline


Do your politics make you happy?

U.S. election fever is running hotter than ever, and the presidential candidates are busy making big promises, hoping to convince voters that their approach is best. Each side is selling a vision of a happier,


The day the Poet Laureate came to UCOP

  On Monday, March 28, UCOP staff paid rapt attention to a sound not often heard at work: poetry. In honor of Cesar Chavez Day, the U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera made a special visit


Thrills, tears and jubilation mark Match Day for UC med students

On March 18, 693 UC graduating medical students were among thousands of medical students across the country who learned where they were matched to residency positions.


Forbes names UC Davis as No. 1 STEM college for women

UC Davis's high ranking marks encouraging progress for women in STEM studies.