The first brown bag is Monday, April 16 and will include a discussion on the survey findings, and provide an opportunity to receive additional staff feedback through instant polling.
The annual performance evaluation process is a good reminder to make professional development a priority, and we have programs, courses and tools to help.
The lobby screens will be updated monthly with the latest news and upcoming events.
“This program has so much value – as women develop more confidence in their professional skills, they’re open to all of the possibilities for their careers at UC," said Larisa Kure, a 2017 graduate.
The survey will be sent to randomly selected faculty, staff and retirees as well as their spouses or domestic partners.
With shared stories, refreshments and some comedy, UCOP staff last Friday celebrated UC’s 150th birthday and the university’s remarkable impact on California and beyond. The celebration coincided with Charter Day, the day in 1868 when
Twenty-five people were selected at random from quiz takers with a perfect score, and will receive a commemorative 150th anniversary tote bag, T-shirt, lapel pin and set of postcards.