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Comments on compensation policy due March 26

The University of California is proposing revisions to two staff policies and has invited comments from employees. Comments on the first — PPSM 30, Compensation — are due Thursday.

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Napolitano urges federal investment in research, education and health care

In a letter to California's congressional delegation, the UC president outlined the university's federal appropriations priorities and sought the delegation's backing.

UC seeks applications for 2015 information technology award

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Health Sciences and Services changes name to UC Health

The name change reflects the division's role providing leadership and strategic direction for UC’s five academic medical centers and 17 health professional schools.

Curing cancer, one tax return at a time

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U.S. News ranks UC graduate schools among best in nation

University of California graduate schools rank among the nation’s top programs in a survey by U.S. News & World Report.

Comments on compensation policy due March 26

UC is proposing revisions to Staff Policy 30, Compensation, which applies to staff in the professional and support staff and manager and senior professionals groups.