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March 10 presentation: What’s it like to work at UCOP?

Aimee DorrJoin your UCOP colleagues to learn how we will be using the results of the UCOP Climate Survey to understand and improve how we work with each other. Aimée Dorr, chair of the Climate & Engagement Council and provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs, will be the speaker.

Date: Thursday, March 10
Time: 2 to 3 p.m.
Location: Kaiser Building auditorium
Light refreshments will be served afterward.

If you are unable to attend in person, you are welcome to join the webinar by going to and entering the participant code 5854736 (please note that this participant code has been revised). If your computer does not have speakers, you can call 877-718-7043 to listen in.

In November 2012, more than 70 percent of UCOP employees participated in the systemwide Campus Climate Survey. UC’s 10 campuses, the Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Berkeley National Lab, and UCOP each pledged to use the results to enhance ongoing efforts to provide a positive climate for their respective campus communities.

Your colleagues on UCOP’s Climate and Engagement Council have identified two follow-up activities: One is to reduce experiences of exclusionary behavior and differences in such experiences between different groups of people. For example, more women than men experience exclusionary behavior.

The other is to share survey results with UCOP organizational units. Twenty-five organizational units are receiving reports on the results of the UC Climate Survey as completed by members of their unit. The leaders of these units and their supervisors will be meeting to learn about the survey results and how to use them to help foster a positive, inclusive climate that benefits us all.

The UCOP Climate and Engagement Council invites all staff to participate in the work ahead. This March 10 meeting is your chance to learn all about this effort.



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