October is National Book Month, and UCOP’s Education Partnerships invites you to celebrate books with a talk by independent bookseller Patrick Marks, this Friday, Oct. 24.
Berkeley Law's Maria Echaveste, who has just been nominated to serve as U.S. ambassador to Mexico, will visit UCOP today, the next event in the Women We Admire series.
New Oakland Schools Superintendent Antwan Wilson received a warm welcome to the Oakland community from UCOP at a Franklin building reception in his honor.
UCOP divisions have completed workbooks detailing their functions, and the project team is developing a summary that will provide the basis for decisions about UCOP's future structure and role.
Celebrate Food Day this week by joining UCOP's food drive to raise awareness about the importance of food security and healthy eating and to generate a little “healthy” competition.
Take advantage of UCOP Learning & Development's upcoming offerings in Windows 7 and Microsoft 2010 products to prepare for our transition to Anytime/Anywhere Access.
OP is switching vendors for shipping expedited mail and small ground freight, which will also usher in a new process to simplify both ordering and recharges.
UC President Janet Napolitano was keynote speaker at the Oct. 13 American Council on Education Northern California Women’s Network Leadership Conference at the Oakland Marriott.
This Thursday, Oct. 16, at 10:16 a.m., when you hear the drill announced, you should drop to the ground, take cover under a sturdy table or desk and hold on for 60 seconds.
Undocumented UC students who qualify for in-state tuition but are ineligible for federal assistance will be able to get loans, thanks to a new law supported by UC and state legislators.