If you’re having a tough workday and need to blow off a little steam, why not pop down to Franklin’s Lobby 2 for a brisk game of ping pong?
If you juggle, twirl a baton, play the tuba or have some other special talent, complete the talent show application by Friday, Sept. 12.
UCPath Co-Director Mark Cianca was born in Butte, Montana, where he attended a high school that had a very interesting neighbor.
Be sure to attend one of the Lean In sessions in September or October, when the series will wrap up with the final chapters of Sheryl Sandberg's book.
If you're interested but haven't yet signed up, be sure to register through the UC Learning Center by 5 p.m. today, Tuesday, Sept. 2.
If Napa's quake has you shopping for emergency preparedness supplies, check out UCOP's supplier, where you can get discounts on kits for your own home.
UCOP has an arrangement with Full Belly Farm in the sunny Capay Valley to bring fresh, organic produce directly to OP subscribers every week.
Events like Records Compliance Week aim to help OP build a more sustainable and records management–responsible workplace.
Facilitated safety and repair reporting and reinstating the office supply reuse program are also among the latest Efficiency Review upgrades to UCOP.
Four UC campuses made the top five and four more made the top 100 in the only ranking based on how well colleges serve the public interest.
Professor Hastings will speak this Thursday, Aug. 28, 12 to 1 p.m. in Franklin Lobby 1, the next event in the Women We Admire series.