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New projectors and polycoms in Franklin and Kaiser conference rooms

IR&C has installed permanent high-quality projectors and polycoms in ten Franklin building conference rooms and two Kaiser building conference rooms. The projectors operate by remote control and do not require focusing.


Holiday Dessert Faire Dec. 16

Tasty treats, festive décor and songs of merriment are just a sampling of what you can expect at this year’s UCOP holiday celebration. Learn how to get involved.


Willie Archie and the UCOP Singers

For 34 years, Willie Archie has led the UCOP Singers during their performance at the annual holiday party. This will be his final year directing the group.


Local ‘911’ cellular phone numbers

OPRS Environmental & Emergency Services recommends pre-programming local seven-digit emergency phone numbers in your cell phone rather than dialing 911.


Craft Fair Thursday

Handmade quilts, fabulous scarves, ceramics, greeting cards, candles, and jewelry – lots of jewelry. That’s just a sampling of the wares available at the annual UCOP holiday crafts fair, which takes place this Thursday, Dec. 10.


UCSF Medical Group Changes Reminder

For employees and/or their dependents enrolled in Health Net or Anthem Blue Cross Plus, and affected by the UCSF Medical group change in affiliation to Hill Physicians, there is still time to change your primary care provider and/or your medical group. Changes must be made prior to 12/15/09 to be effective 1/1/10.


UC Awards Honorary Degrees

During World War II, 700 Japanese American UC students were interned and forced from school. Many never returned to complete their degrees. UC is now welcoming them back to receive honorary degrees. Explore some of the personal stories behind the university's campaign to honor these former students.