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UC-affiliated athletes crush the Rio Olympics, winning 31 medals

UC athletes made a splash in the 2016 Summer Olympics, winning 31 medals — including 18 gold medals, more than all but four nations. Along with all that gold, UC-affiliated athletes brought home five silver

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IT tip: How to add your photo to your Outlook email

Been wondering how people are adding their photos to Outlook email? Here are the step-by-step instructions.

Dr. Arthur Ellis named Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies at UCOP

Dr. Arthur Ellis has joined UCOP as Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies (RGS), effective Aug. 10. He will report to Provost and EVP for Academic Affairs Aimée Dorr. “Dr. Ellis is exceptionally well qualified for

UC summer programs cultivate diversity

During the academic offseason, UC hosts thousands of high school and undergraduate students in programs aimed at sparking interest in areas of study that have struggled to attract women and minorities. The goal: excite

Annual UCOP ITS Tech Fair draws a crowd

The third annual UCOP ITS Tech Fair was a huge success, with an estimated 300 people dropping by during the two-hour event held on Wednesday, Aug. 10. By visiting the 12 tables run by various

Hurry! Back-to-school supplies drive ends this Thursday

From now through Thursday, Aug. 18, donate school supplies for students of Oakland’s ASCEND K-8 school.

Street closures in downtown Oakland on Friday, Aug. 19

Check the map to see if the closures will affect your route to and from UCOP offices.

Emergency contact stickers being updated on UCOP phones

Stickers are being added to phones at all UCOP locations to make sure you can quickly dial the right number in an emergency.

Discounted parking available at Oakland airport for business and personal trips

Save up to $10/day when parking at Oakland airport for either business or personal travel.