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A tradition of service: UC a top producer of Peace Corps volunteers

UC alumni like to do well by doing good. If you need proof, look no further than the fact that the Peace Corps this week included three UC campuses — Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Davis


How UC is addressing the executive ban on entry to the U.S.

The University of California, along with universities around the country, is calling on President Donald Trump to rescind the executive order that restricts certain foreign nationals and refugees from seven specific countries from entering


President Napolitano: What President Trump can do for young immigrants

On Jan. 24, President Napolitano published the following in a LinkedIn post: What President Trump can do for young immigrants As the new administration begins its term in the White House, the future of a program


UC honored as one of the world’s most innovative institutions

In the company of multinational titans ranging from Apple to Boeing, UC was the only university honored as a 2016 Top 100 Global Innovator by Clarivate Analytics, a data and analysis company that spun


$22 million investment from state spurs UC innovation, entrepreneurship

Each of UC’s 10 campuses has just received $2.2 million in one-time funding from Assembly Bill 2664, the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Expansion.


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Oakland Magazine names President Napolitano 2016 East Bay Person of the Year

Oakland Magazine has named President Napolitano its “2016 East Bay Person of the Year,” calling her “the most effective UC president in recent memory” for her decisive leadership in handling the issues and challenges


11 innovative UC researchers elected to National Academy of Inventors

UC innovators were recognized for pioneering research that improves the welfare of others in everything from cancer treatments to reproductive health.