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UC students pitch climate change solutions at Carbon Slam

Students from all 10 UC campuses pitched their research to a panel of expert judges at PARC in Palo Alto on Monday, May 23.

Startup champion Regis Kelly awarded Citation of Excellence

President Janet Napolitano has awarded a Citation of Excellence to neuroscientist and UC startup champion Regis Kelly in recognition of his work over the past 18 months as her senior adviser on innovation and

Come to the UCOP Pride Ice Cream Social on June 3

All UCOP staff are invited to come celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride month with delicious ice cream treats.

UC’s P200 procurement program among 10 finalists for international industry award

Transforming how UC purchases goods and services, P200 is on track to reach $200 million in annual savings by the end of this 2015-16 fiscal year.

UC research: Spoilers make you enjoy stories more

This story is going to be spoiled right from the beginning, but don’t worry. According to research by UC San Diego psychology professor Nicholas Christenfeld, spoilers don’t ruin a story: They make you enjoy

Council of UC Staff Assemblies (CUCSA) quarterly meeting on June 1 – 3

This quarter's meeting will held here at UCOP and all staff are invited to attend.

BRC Blast: Unidentified packages and duplicate deliveries

Find out what to do if you receive a package without an addressee or a duplicate delivery.

President Napolitano meets with Washington leaders

President Janet Napolitano met with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and the cabinet secretaries for energy, education and agriculture last week to highlight how UC is helping to drive solutions to some

Three UC researchers awarded national medals by President Obama

On Thursday, May 19, three UC researchers were among a select group of 17 who were awarded the nation’s top honors for science, technology and innovation in a ceremony at the White House. The National