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UC toasts its inaugural class of Presidential Public Service Fellows

Fresh from internships in Washington D.C. and Sacramento, UC’s first group of Presidential Public Service Fellows came together at UCOP recently to be honored for their service and to share their experiences. “I felt like my

Come to a special presentation of UC’s innovative new climate change video series

For the past year, UCOP has been working with Vox Media to create a video series that will bring a fresh perspective to the public conversation about climate change. The six-episode series, Climate Lab,

UC-Mexico Initiative: $10 million in energy efficiency research projects

On March 30, President Napolitano joined Mexican Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell in Mexico City for an announcement of $10 million in new funding to support energy efficiency research projects led by Mexican

UC law students pitch in to help immigrants assert their rights

Hundreds of UC legal students have put their training into action to help anxious immigrants.

Feel the Impact: Berkeley Underground Scholars Initiative

In the inaugural event of this new speaker series, UC Berkeley students will share their experiences with incarceration and the impact of higher education on their lives.

FAQs about possible federal immigration actions on UC property

Recently issued information addresses possible actions on university property.

UC, Teamsters reach tentative agreement on labor contract for clerical staff

The new contract covers more than 11,000 clerical employees at UC and will be effective through March 31, 2022, once it is ratified by Teamster membership.

UC Regents approve Carol Christ as new UC Berkeley chancellor

On March 16, the UC Board of Regents unanimously approved the appointment of Carol T. Christ, UC Berkeley’s interim executive vice chancellor and provost and the former president of Smith College, as the campus’s 11th