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UC and Oakland focus on student opportunity

  President Napolitano offered an enthusiastic welcome to the new Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) superintendent, Kyla Johnson-Trammell, during a small reception co-hosted by UCOP and UC Berkeley at 1111 Franklin on Nov. 6. President Napolitano


Open Enrollment ends Nov. 21 @ 5 p.m.

Open Enrollment ends at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21, so this is your last week to choose the right benefits for you and your family for 2018. Make sure to read your Open Enrollment booklet


Presidential Public Service fellows embrace life in the public sector

  With less than a year until she graduates, UC Merced senior Alejandra Lamarque is gaining valuable, resume-boosting experience interning with the California Department of Education. The political science major signed up for an internship through


Year-end reminders: January pay date, W-2s, W-4s, Flexible Spending Accounts

Please review this important information, as some items may require action on your part.


New UC website to help veterans transition to civilian career

The website provides access to a variety of resources including UC’s jobs search website, its compensation programs, professional development opportunities and more.


UC seeks applicants for its Free Speech Fellowship Program

Launched by President Napolitano in October, the program seeks legal scholars, journalists, policymakers, social scientists and others for its one-year fellowship program.


UCAN: Ask Congress to protect education, research and health care funding

Make your voice heard. Ask Congress to protect education, research and health care funding. The White House Budget Request for federal Fiscal Year 2018 proposed dramatic funding cuts to a wide array of education, research


Aspirations on hold, UC students await court ruling on DACA

10 UC students and alums shared their life stories in court documents filed Nov. 1 as part of a federal lawsuit by UC and other plaintiffs seeking to block the Trump administration from ending DACA.