President Janet Napolitano today announced a major UC initiative intended to marshal resources across the system to address global challenges related to food.
A 1989 policy has been rescinded, freeing the university to invest in companies that commercialize technology emerging through UC research.
UC maintains a whistleblower hotline and policies for reporting improper activity and to protect those who report misconduct from retaliation.
The systemwide task force will oversee the university's wide-ranging efforts aimed at preventing sexual violence on campuses and at all UC locations.
As of July 1, UC is renewing the Employee-initiated Reduction In Time program, which allows eligible staff to reduce their working hours and pay.
Join UC's Move More challenge to get fit with your colleagues across the system. Exercise 30 minutes a day three times a week and track your progress online from June 23 to Aug. 3, 2014. You'll also earn wellness points.
The advisory group will guide sustainability efforts with the goal of helping the University of California become the first research university to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025.