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Movin’ on up at UCOP

A new brown bag series sponsored by the OP Staff Assembly focuses on the challenges, successes and inspirations of various staff members as they've risen in the ranks.

Earth Day: Call for volunteers

OP Staff Assembly is organizing several events with meaningful, fun ways for you to get involved, including a cleanup of Channel Park. They're looking for volunteers so sign up to help, and bring family and friends!

UC Santa Barbara goes lights out to win energy conservation contest

The contest is part of an effort to engage more students in UC President Janet Napolitano’s Carbon Neutrality Initiative, which commits the UC system to produce zero-net greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.

Comments on compensation policy due March 26

The University of California is proposing revisions to two staff policies and has invited comments from employees. Comments on the first — PPSM 30, Compensation — are due Thursday.

President Napolitano at her desk

Napolitano urges federal investment in research, education and health care

In a letter to California's congressional delegation, the UC president outlined the university's federal appropriations priorities and sought the delegation's backing.

UC seeks applications for 2015 information technology award

UC’s Sautter Award program, honoring innovation in information technology, is now accepting 2015 nominations through May 15 for technology projects that advance UC’s teaching, research, health care and public service missions.

Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours?

You read the 10-second bios of your friends and colleagues. Now it's time to write your own.

Éva Goode appointed UCOP budget director

In her new role, Goode will manage the preparation and rollout of the OP budget.

Celebrate César Chávez this Friday

Join the Latino Staff Association for a light lunch and a presentation by children's author and musician José-Luis Orozco.

Franklin lobby floor work postponed

The work, which will make the floor more slip resistant, has been put off until late April.

Franklin’s floor warden team to meet

Floor wardens will meet Wednesday, March 18, to learn about duties and the upcoming merger with the department safety officers group.