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Summer UC Online Education classes open for registration with discount

UC Online is offering discounts to faculty, staff and their family members on 10 summer session courses. Registration is now open for six of the courses, with the others opening May 23.

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Women We Admire: Vice Provost Susan Carlson will speak today

Carlson's talk, entitled “Your Mother’s Maiden Name and Related Reflections on Women in Higher Education Leadership," begins at 12 p.m. Tuesday, May 20.

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APISA hosts mini film fest to mark Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

The films explore Asian culture and the Asian experience, and will be shown Thursday, May 22.

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IT proposals for UC Computing Services Conference due today

The 2014 UC Computing Services Conference (UCCSC) will be held Aug. 3 to 5 at UC San Francisco’s Parnassus campus.


New UC campaign spotlights power of public

The University of California has launched a new statewide advertising campaign that puts a spotlight on UC’s impact and its roots in the university’s public identity.

Walk for your health with UC Walks Wednesday, May 21

Join your OP colleagues for a 30-minute walk at noon Wednesday, plus giveaways and a raffle with a chance to win an iPod and NutriBullet.

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10-second bio: Meet Dan Dooley, champion livestock judge

External Relations Senior Vice President Dooley was once a national champion livestock judge who showed registered Angus cattle around the west.

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Standing room only at Cinco de Mayo event

UCOP staff turned out in force on May 5 to hear UCLA professor David Hayes-Bautista explain the origins of the very American holiday Cinco de Mayo.

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Mark your calendar: UCOP gets ready to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month in June

UCOP Pride is planning an ice cream social, a speaker on blood donations, photo exhibits and a happy hour ferry ride to celebrate Pride Month.