University of California campuses are among the nation's very best when it comes to how well they serve the public interest, according to new rankings from the magazine.
Can video games be an effective teaching tool in the classroom? UC San Diego computer scientist Sarah Guthals believes they can be.
V. “Ram” Ramanathan's talk, The War on Climate Change: A New Alliance Between Science, Religion and Policy, will take place in Franklin Lobby 1 at noon.
The president opened her book series at the Commonwealth Club with an interview of Dr. Charlotte Jacobs, author of "Jonas Salk: A Life."
Grab your lunch and come to the latest installment of the Lunch & Learn series featuring Nina Robinson, associate president and chief policy adviser, today, Aug. 25, from noon to 1 p.m. in Franklin Lobby 1.
Information Technology Services (ITS) will showcase its latest products and services when it hosts the 2015 ITS Tech Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
Staff submitted two dozen suggestions for OP Staff Assembly brown bags and other events. The winning ideas cover Oakland history, Master Gardeners, California water, elder care and one giant fundraiser.
Six Oakland high school students each received a $5,000 scholarship to a University of California campus as part of an initiative that aims to build a stronger partnership between UC’s Office of the President and the Oakland community.
The OP Staff Assembly (OPSA) Steering Committee has kicked off another year of ambitious initiatives, fun social events and outreach activities — all designed to build engagement, connection and quality of life within the OP community.
The second installment of the OP Staff Assembly's Movin' On Up series, featuring the deputy chief information officer, will take place on Monday, Aug. 24, from 12 to 1 p.m. in Franklin 11326.
The Natural Reserve System brought a taste of the science, art, teaching and natural wonders of its 39 reserves to the heart of downtown Oakland on Tuesday, Aug. 11.