President Napolitano made some personnel changes in the President’s Executive Office to both augment and restructure the staffing required to support her evolving agenda.
There will be treats both sweet and savory, festive decorations, musical sounds of the season and holiday sweaters! Get ready to ring in the season at UCOP this Thursday, Dec. 19.
UC campuses across the state, including UCOP, will be tobacco free come the New Year, demonstrating UC's commitment to a healthy environment for faculty, staff, students and visitors.
Cyndi Lukk of Information Technology Services is training to be a licensed psychotherapist, working with horses, when she "grows up and retires."
In support of President Napolitano’s efficiency review, OP staff now have a website to submit ideas and suggestions for making OP more efficient and cost effective. Send in your ideas today.
Donna Collins, operations deputy director, sends a shout-out to Julie Drouyor for her work above and beyond facilitating this year's UCOP Craft Fair.
During the holiday closure, from Dec. 21 through Jan. 1, the Building and Administrative Service Center (BASC) will conduct routine maintenance in the Franklin, Kaiser and 20th St. buildings.
UCOP offices will be closed for the winter holiday from Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, through Wednesday, Jan. 1, and will reopen on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014.
Make a difference for a needy child this holiday season. To make sure your gift goes to the child you select, submit it by this Wednesday, Dec. 11.
If you're in an administrative or support position and want to advance your career, consider applying for UCOP's Take Charge program; the deadline for applications is 5 p.m. this Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Chris Noble, managing editor in Internal Communications, grew up in 10 different cities in the United States, Africa and Europe.