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Comments on compensation policy due March 26

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.

UCRP contributions not increasing in 2015

If you’ve wondered if your contributions to the UC Retirement Plan (UCRP) will increase in July, as they have in the past few years, they will not.

March 6 is application deadline for Staff Advisor to the Regents

Applications to be the next Staff Advisor-designate to the Regents are due this Friday.

Reminder of new procedure for reserving Lobby 1 conference room

Three steps to reserving Franklin's largest conference room

kids to work poster

Deadline approaches for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

If you plan to participate in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day in April, be sure to register by Friday, March 6.

Retirement Review helps you see if you’re on track for retirement

If you’re wondering whether you’ll have the money you need when you’re ready to retire, UC’s Retirement Review, featuring your personalized retirement readiness score, is just the tool to help you.

Op-Ed: California higher ed needs sufficient funding

The leaders of the governing boards of California Community Colleges, California State University and the University of California call for increased funding for all three tiers of California higher education.

Women We Admire series: M.R.C. Greenwood, President Emerita, University of Hawaii

Don’t miss the next event in the Women We Admire series when M.R.C. Greenwood makes a visit to UCOP on Wednesday, March 11, 12 to 1 p.m., in Franklin Lobby 1.

Save the Date: César Chávez event on March 20

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

New UC projects target greenhouse gas emissions

The University of California could improve the energy efficiency of its buildings by as much as 50 percent through one of its new projects designed to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions across UC.