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.
Open Enrollment closes next Tuesday. Don't wait until the last minute to take a fresh look at your medical benefits and find the plan that’s right for you and your family.
UCOP's Link newsletter now has two new ways to receive and find content: the RSS feed and the new, more powerful archives search.
Lean In: Conversations about Women in the Workplace is a series of facilitated conversations inspired by Sheryl Sandberg's book and sponsored by PACSW, starting Friday.
If you want to advance your career, don't miss the final brown bag today on Take Charge, UCOP’s professional development program designed especially for administrative and support staff.
UC Santa Barbara's Jane Conoley will speak at UCOP this Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the next Women We Admire talk, sponsored by the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women.
You can purchase the small, portable solar-powered LED study light created by UC Santa Barbara's John Bowers, in the Franklin lobby from 12 to 1 p.m. this Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Alida Nattress, executive assistant to the vice provost in Academic Planning, Programs and Coordination, would love to have her own restaurant.
Come to the Benefits Fair today or one of two remaining brown bags to learn about the new medical plan choices available to you during Open Enrollment 2014.