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Comments invited on revision to UC compensation policy

UC is proposing revisions to Staff Policy 30, Compensation, which applies to staff in the professional and support staff and manager and senior professionals groups.

Staff Advisor reflects on two years as an advocate for staff issues

Staff Advisor to the Regents Donna Coyne reflects on her term and offers advice on applying for the post. The deadline for applications for the 2015-17 term is March 6.

American Red Cross blood drive returns this Thursday

You can donate blood right here at the office when the Bloodmobile comes to UCOP.

UCOP Mardi Gras mixer

Meet colleagues, learn about OP initiatives such as the Efficiency Review and Climate and Engagement Council, and engage with OP affinity groups, all while enjoying free food and beverages, courtesy of the UCOP Staff Assembly.

UC educational expenses lower today than 20 years ago, report finds

The cost to provide a University of California education is lower today than it was two decades ago, a result of educational efficiencies made by UC in response to reduced state funding.

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Update on staff suggestions, new improvements

This month’s update on the UCOP Efficiency Review lets Office of the President staff know how they can see what has happened to the hundreds of ideas that have been submitted thus far, reports

Solar panels at UC Merced

UC announces progress on sustainable investment strategy

The university has taken significant steps to combat global climate change by investing in sustainability. The measures are part of UC’s efforts to fully implement an environmental, social and governance investment strategy.

Author and UC alumna Natalie Baszile to speak today

The celebration of Black History Month continues with today's talk by Natalie Baszile. The event will in Franklin Lobby 1, 12-1 p.m.

Anthem offering identity theft protection after recent cyber attack

The insurer is offering identity repair assistance and credit monitoring services to former members in response to the recent data breach.

Save the date: Staff Assembly Mixer on Feb. 27

Meet colleagues and learn about OP initiatives and affinity groups at this fun all-staff mixer.

How much sugar are you really eating?

In the near future, the Nutrition Facts label on the back of packaged foods will have a new look and more information. In this new Fig. 1 video, UC Davis’s Kimber Stanhope explains how this will reveal the amount of sugar that is added to our foods.