Leaders of California's three higher ed systems jointly addressed the UC Regents to discuss their plans for strengthening implementation of the state's Master Plan for Higher Education.
President Napolitano issued a letter asking all UC chancellors to implement five measures assuring that acts of discrimination or harassment are addressed in a robust, fair and transparent manner.
Reese, who has served UCOP for nearly 14 years, most recently as associate vice president for OP operations and budget, will take his new post on March 1.
Franklin custodial crews are disinfecting public touch surfaces in areas of the building that get the heaviest traffic, and supplies are available for you to do the same in your own work area.
Next up in the Women We Admire series, Kellie McElhaney of Berkeley's Haas School of Business will talk about her career path and work-life balance on Jan. 30.
UCOP is launching a new website, UCnet, on Thursday, Feb. 6, that aims to make life easier for University of California faculty, staff and retirees.
Any OP employee can submit a nomination for the UCOP Innovation and Impact Awards. Nominations for individuals or teams are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
Bright Horizons started the first of the year, offering the same services as Sittercity SelectPlus, including babysitters, pet care, senior caregivers and more.
New postal rates kicked in last Sunday, with one-ounce letters now costing 49 cents. If you have questions or need help with your mailing, contact UCOP Mail services.
Budget and staffing will be capped at current levels, Napolitano said in the Jan. 22 announcement, while travel and use of outside consultants will be restricted.
The massive collections of the UC Libraries are finding new readers through the mass digitization project, being coordinated by UC's California Digital Library.