The Regents last week approved a plan for low, predictable tuition that, with modest state funds, would allow UC to enroll more California students, maintain the university's strong financial aid program and invest in educational quality.
Don’t miss the next Women We Admire talk by UCOP Vice President of Institutional Research and Academic Planning Pamela Brown, Monday, Dec. 1, noon to 1 p.m. in Franklin Lobby 1.
If you’re interested in participating as a vendor at the Dec. 4 event, register by tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 26, by submitting the registration form and fee for your display.
Open Enrollment 2015 closes at 5 p.m. today, Nov. 25. Even if you aren't considering changing your medical plan, make the most of your benefits by taking a moment to review what's new.
At last week's meeting of the UC Board of Regents, UCOP leadership presented reports on UC's Working Smarter program and recent performance of the UC Retirement Plan.
You're invited to create a collage with whimsical food imagery and submit it to UC’s Produce Collage Contest by Nov. 30. It's all part of UCOP's updated Power of Public website.
Today's the day for OGC's pre-Thanksgiving charity bake sale, raffle and silent auction, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in and around 8112 Franklin. Proceeds go to three local charities.
Join Education Partnerships on Monday, Nov. 24, for an informal talk with Karen Wickre, editorial director of Twitter, on "Education and the Twittersphere."
OGC's annual bake sale, raffle and silent auction takes place this year not on Wednesday, but Tuesday. You can order pies and rolls and buy raffle tickets at lunchtime in the Franklin lobby.
Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) Director Ellen Lorenz is the featured speaker at the Lunch & Learn session, today, Tuesday, Nov. 18, in Franklin Lobby 1.
If you've been meaning to attend one of the Compensation Basics workshops, you have one final chance to get an overview of the UCOP compensation system for all non-represented employees.