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Pushing UC toward a carbon-free future

The University of California now produces more on-site solar energy than any university in the country — drawing enough sun power to light up a small city. More is on the way, as UC stretches

UC’s military veterans continue to serve others

As an army infantryman in Iraq, Nathan Goncalves saw his share of grueling battles. But none quite prepared him for the transition from military to civilian life. “You come back from combat and you’ve seen

President Napolitano to UC Irvine political science class: “How do we get the youth out to vote?”

UC Irvine students in Political Science 121C examine how the American electoral system works and how voters evaluate parties, candidates and issues. And who better to address these topics than President Napolitano, who previously

UC makes bold commitment to 100 percent clean electricity

As the impacts of global climate change grow ever more alarming, we have some good news: Clean energy is catching on among cities, states and other big institutions across the country. This fall, UC joined

UC Wins Brandon Hall Group Excellence Gold Award for Best Advance in Women’s Leadership Development

The award recognizes the success and growth of the UC Women’s Initiative for Professional Development.

Annual surveys once again show high levels of satisfaction with UC-sponsored health plans

Current UC employees and retirees report levels of satisfaction with their health plans that exceed national averages.

UC named a national leader in renewable energy

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has honored UC with a 2018 Green Power Leadership Award for its strong commitment to using clean, renewable energy sources. The award was announced on Oct. 10 during the 2018