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Sexual harassment prevention training: Live presentation offered March 1

Fulfill your training requirement (in place of the online course) by watching professional actors dramatize real-life scenarios of both overt and subtle forms of sexual harassment.

This Thursday: Learn about financial aid for your college-bound child

Last call! Come to this workshop to learn about applying for financial aid for your child.

ICYMI: Final 2016 tax season reminders

In case you missed it: Take action by Feb. 15 if you want to claim exemption from withholding in 2017, plus how to get a replacement W-2 if you need it.

Employee comments invited: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) policy

This policy will establish minimum standards for the safe use and operation of UAS, including drones and model aircraft, at any UC location or at any authorized UC activity.

President Napolitano: What President Trump can do for young immigrants

On Jan. 24, President Napolitano published the following in a LinkedIn post: What President Trump can do for young immigrants As the new administration begins its term in the White House, the future of a program

10-Second Bio: Dylan Paul

Name: Dylan Paul Title: Associate Director of Construction, Procurement Strategic Centers of Excellence Department/Unit: Procurement Services When I started working at UCOP: Jan. 9, 2017 What I do for OP in five words or less: Strategic Systemwide Construction

UC sustainability in 2016: Big progress, tough challenges

UC hit new sustainability milestones in 2016, but, as UC’s 13th Annual Report on Sustainable Practices shows, it’s not always easy being green. The 2016 report, presented to the UC Board of Regents at its January meeting, highlights

UC statement on President Trump’s executive order

We are committed to supporting all members of the UC community who are impacted by this executive action.

This Wednesday: Come to the ITS Innovation Fair and vote for the best ideas!

Drop into the Innovation Fair and vote for the best ideas for improving the way we work at UCOP.

Regents OK tuition increase to boost student services

For two-thirds of UC undergraduates, the $282 annual tuition increase will be covered by financial aid.