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Find beautiful handcrafted gifts and support fair trade at the same time, when MayaWorks comes to UCOP for one day only, Monday, Nov. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in 12322 Franklin.
President Janet Napolitano signed a letter urging California's congressional delegation to repeal sequestration cuts, which are taking a toll on research and education.
Conflict occurs naturally in the workplace. Learn how to manage conflict to successfully meet your work goals in this half-day class, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in 9204 Franklin.
Wear your holiday sweater and get ready for delicious snacks, cheery decorations and harmonious sounds when the holidays come to UCOP on Dec. 19.
UC raised $1.64 billion in private donations last fiscal year, gifts that enhance everything from faculty recruitment and student support to leading-edge research facilities.
If you are enrolled in one of the UC medical plans that is being discontinued, be sure to log on to the Open Enrollment website before Open Enrollment closes on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 5 p.m..
Get help setting your holiday table and support local charities at the same time at the Office of General Counsel's annual bake sale, raffle and silent auction.
Meet Catherine Kniazewycz, director of architecture in Capital Resources Management. She says her home town of Iowa City, Iowa, couldn't have been more normal.
President Napolitano proposed an undergraduate tuition freeze, increasing community college transfers to UC, speeding technology transfer and making UC a zero net energy user by 2025.