The University of California has selected its second class of Global Food Initiative fellows, students from around the UC system who will work on projects ranging from food access to policy to waste. The 44
Plan to attend the staff appreciation celebration at Kaiser. And if you've got a special talent, be sure to sign up for the talent show. Applications are due Nov. 6.
A senior event planner in the Business Resource Center, Cummings started her UC career at UCDC but secretly yearns to host "Parts Unknown."
Deputy Chief of Staff to the President Moira Perez is the guest speaker at the Project Management Interest Group's November meeting.
The class, presented by the UCOP Budget Office and Business Resource Center, is suitable for anyone who utilizes the UCLA general ledger or Budget Development System to monitor and manage their department's financial activities. It takes place on Tuesday. Nov. 3.
Look for staff from Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services in the Franklin lobby, hosting their own version of Jeopardy for fun and prizes.
The stewardship code aims to promote responsible and sustainable economic growth by more actively involving shareholders in investment decisions.
Visit the Latino Staff Association's exhibit in the Franklin lobby to mark the Day of the Dead. At noon, make a sugar skull with LaSA and the Crafts Group.
Bring your lunch and come to the next installment of the Lunch & Learn series featuring Yvette Gullatt, UC's vice provost for diversity and engagement and chief outreach officer.
UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) and OP Staff Assembly celebrate Food Day 2015 this week by hosting a food drive benefitting the Alameda County Food Bank. Capping off the week, they'll screen the documentary "A Place at the Table."
The final brown bag on UC admissions takes place next Monday, Oct. 26, 12 to 1 p.m., in Franklin 10325. Chris Carter, director of Student Financial Support, will provide an overview of financial aid terms and concepts, including