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Big data is helping UC students graduate on time

Already impressive, UC graduation rates are growing, and student data is helping.

Link calendar: Events not transferring correctly to personal calendars

We have discovered a glitch with the new Link calendar that you need to be aware of so that you do not miss scheduled events. While the Link calendar is displaying the correct information, the event

Will UC research lead to the yummiest avocado ever?

Led by subtropical horticulturalist Mary Lu Arpaia, UC Riverside’s avocado breeding program has released four varieties, including GEM, which boasts the same excellent characteristics as the coveted Hass, while reducing harvesting and maintenance costs

Complete your performance self-appraisal by March 30

Please use the Halogen e-Appraisal tool to complete your performance appraisal.

UC Regents approve new retirement program for future employees

The new program will apply only to staff hired on or after July 1, 2016.

UCOP gives back: Become a mentor to an East Bay College Fund recipient

Mentors help scholarship recipients receive the social and emotional support they need while transitioning to college and during their college careers.

UC seeking employee comments on revisions to staff policies for termination and complaint resolution

Employee comments on the proposed policy revisions are due by April 22, 2016.

UCOP recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness Month

UCOP joins the national effort to raise awareness about sexual violence by sponsoring several events.

BRC Blast: New meal reimbursement limits

Effective March 1, UC has new reimbursement limits for meals that are expensed.

UCOP staff volunteers at 2016 Oakland Youth Careers Expo

Helping Oakland high school students left OP staff feeling optimistic about the future.

Juan Felipe Herrera, U.S. Poet Laureate, to speak at Cesar Chavez celebration

On March 28, Herrera will read from his collection of poems and discuss the legacy and impact of Cesar Chavez.

UC graduate students make the case for why their research matters

On March 16, graduate students met with state lawmakers to share their expertise, such as how to conserve water in California aqueducts or engineer bacteria to produce biofuels. Their aim was not to make elected officials