President Napolitano announced the latest Efficiency Review ideas to be implemented, including relocation of the ITS data center and simplifying the process for SPOT awards.
The remodeled café in UCOP’s Franklin building — featuring a new name, a revamped menu with healthier options, Verve coffee, WiFi and more — is getting ready to open in mid-May.
In his job as education analyst for Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services, Tim Mulshine is in the unique position of training people to be compliant.
President Napolitano’s testimony highlights the critical role that UC and other research universities play in scientific discovery and the education of future generations.
UCOP’s spring session of Weight Watchers kicks off today, Tuesday, April 29, 12 to 1 p.m. in 6113 Franklin, and new members are needed!
Check out upgraded signage and floor plans near the Franklin building's seventh floor elevator, and send your comments and questions to BASC Director Steve Murray.
The Lean In series of facilitated conversations about women’s empowerment in the workplace continues Thursday, May 1, 12 to 1 p.m. in the Laurel Room, 1111 Broadway, 7th floor.
Find out what Cinco de Mayo is all about when UCLA’s David Hayes-Bautista visits UCOP on Monday, May 5, 12 to 1 p.m. in Franklin Lobby 1, to talk about his book on the subject.
Business process improvement consultant and author Shelley Sweet speaks at the May meeting of UCOP’s Project Management Interest Group.
UCOP’s redesigned weekly newsletter received an award for Most Improved Electronic Design from Ragan, a leading national publishing and corporate communications firm.
On April 16, President Napolitano held an hour-long webchat with UC staff from throughout the university. See the video and excerpts from the conversation.