If you’re an administrative, support or entry-level staff member, check out UCOP’s newly revamped Take Charge program. This five-month series is a supportive, fun way to bring your career to the next level.
Biomedical Sciences Program Officer Ginny Delaney is an enthusiastic volunteer who’s bonded with her community through local urban beautification projects.
Are there skills you need to strengthen for success in your career? Learning and Development is here to help. Check out current classes or submit a training request.
Have you been tempted by the urban electric scooter trend? If so, be sure to check out these important tips for a safer ride.
Need a quick, healthy, make-ahead salad for dinner? Try this healthy recipe from Woubejig Shiferaw, an advisor at the UC Davis Health School of Medicine who’s originally from Ethiopia.
On May 28, 2019, UCOP’s Asian and Pacific Islander Staff Association (APISA) hosted a film screening of “They Came for Us,” which discussed the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. This screening
UCPath staff recently demonstrated their support for their local community by volunteering with their families to help clean the city.
Jolene Huey, executive compensation analyst for Systemwide HR, loves to travel. Next on her list? The Middle East.
Help drive the direction of staff leadership at UCOP by voting for new members to the OP Staff Assembly Steering Committee. Committee members facilitate dialogue between staff and leadership, drive change and support staff interests.