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UC launches new systemwide faculty, staff procedures to address sexual harassment and sexual violence

These new procedures, which campuses must locally implement by no later than Sept. 1, follow the systemwide model UC issued last year for cases involving students.


Last chance to register for the 2017 UC People Management Conference

  The first annual University of California People Management Conference will be held in Los Angeles on Aug. 2-3, 2017 (with a networking reception on Aug. 1). Participant registration for the conference closes on July


Three of 12 astronauts in NASA’s Class of 2017 are UC alums

  For three UC alums, the horizon now stretches into the vastness of space itself: Jessica Watkins (UCLA, Ph.D. ’15), Robb Kulin (UC San Diego, Ph.D. ‘10) and Warren “Woody” Hoburg (UC Berkeley, M.S. ’11,


The UC Learning Center (UCLC) is changing!

To provide you with a better learning experience, UCLC will be offline from July 28 through Aug. 9 in order to complete a major system upgrade.


Introducing some inspiring members of UC’s Class of 2017

  As the strains of “Pomp of Circumstance” ring out over auditoriums and quads this spring, roughly 67,000 new UC graduates will join 1.8 million alumni in going forth to make their mark on their


Majority of UC Irvine’s Class of 2017 are first-generation students

A record 54 percent of bachelor’s degrees awarded at UC Irvine this year went to first-generation college students.


President Napolitano’s statement on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

President Napolitano applauded reports that the Trump administration will maintain the DACA program, which she calls "a common sense approach to immigration enforcement."


UC procurement program among five finalists for international award

Nominated for the most prestigious award in procurement, UC's P200 program has surpassed its target $200 million annual savings benefit, ending the 2015-16 fiscal year at $269 million.


From UC Santa Cruz student to modern-day abolitionist

  Even at UC Santa Cruz, a campus known for its idealism, sociology major Jesse Abrams set an ambitious goal: build a community of student abolitionists to help bring men, women and children in India from