Enjoy the food, festivities and camaraderie on Thursday, Dec. 10, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Kaiser Auditorium.
UCOP’s Holiday Crafts Fair takes place on Friday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This year’s fair features jewelry, home accessories, olive oil and more.
As of Nov. 30, UCPath, the university’s new shared services center that consolidates systemwide payroll, benefits, human resources and academic personnel transactions, is operational for the Office of the President. Here's how to use the new site, conduct the most common transactions and understand your new UCPath paycheck.
David Phillips has been appointed to the newly created position. He will lead UC’s carbon neutrality strategy and broader energy procurement and sustainability efforts in consultation with the university’s Global Climate Leadership Council, Wholesale Power Board and UC’s Sustainability Community.
If you ordered pies or rolls from Office of the General Counsel, today's the day to pick them up. You'll find them in and around Franklin 8112. Even if you didn't pre-order, stop by to pick up treats from the charity bake sale.
Don't be shy! If you play a tuba, do stand-up comedy, or perform magic tricks, join the fun at the UCOP Talent Showcase. Sign up by Friday, Dec. 4.
UCOP offices will be closed for Thanksgiving (Nov. 26-27). Over winter break, offices will be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 3.
Have you reviewed and updated your medical and other benefits for 2016? Today is your last chance. If you don't take action, your benefits will remain the same for the coming year.
Do you have colleagues who step up to get things done? Take a few minutes to thank them on a new website. Submissions received by Friday, Dec. 4 will be featured at the Year-End Staff Appreciation Reception.
The RGPO analyst's photo collection, "A Moment in Time," has been selected as a finalist in the Smithsonian Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition and will be featured in an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.