To reduce facility costs and improve operational efficiency within the organization, UCOP has signed a lease for a building to be constructed at 1100 Broadway.
UCOP’s Learning and Development offers a variety of classes, from software training to project management to analytical skills building. Why not look into taking one in the next few months? Visit the UCOP Learning and Development
Fulfill your training requirement (in place of the online course) by watching professional actors dramatize real-life scenarios of both overt and subtle forms of sexual harassment.
Drop into the Innovation Fair and vote for the best ideas for improving the way we work at UCOP.
Register between Jan. 31 and Feb. 15 to bring your child to this popular event, which will be held on April 27 in the Franklin building.
The next OPSA meeting will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8, and is open to all UCOP staff.
Come to a Feb. 2 brown bag to learn how the program works, including the many benefits of hiring interns into your organization.
Zoom is a web-based service that has been selected by UC as the system-wide audio, video and web conferencing provider.
Engel has over 20 years of strategic health policy and regulatory experience spanning government, corporate and nonprofit organizations.
Kim Budil, vice president for National Laboratories at UCOP, will speak on Feb. 7 as part of the Women We Admire series.