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UC lawsuit leads to thousands of DACA grant renewals

So far this year, more than 117,000 young immigrants have extended their authorization to legally live and work in the United States under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


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


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


UC granted more U.S. patents last year than any other university in the world

UC has made a concerted effort in recent years to boost the number of accelerators, incubators and other resources aimed at fostering entrepreneurialism across its 10 campuses and five medical centers.


How Sally Ride shattered the ultimate glass ceiling

Thirty-five years ago, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly into space. Before blasting off aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger in June 1983 she faced intense media speculation about how being a woman would affect her as


How the census overlooks the LGBTQ community

The census is finally counting same-sex couples, but a UC scholar explains that it needs to go much further.


What is it like to be a staff advisor to the Regents?

“My message to colleagues is, ‘You can do this. You can rise to the challenge of this role and really make a difference,’” said Jason Valdry, current staff advisor.