With shared stories, refreshments and some comedy, UCOP staff last Friday celebrated UC’s 150th birthday and the university’s remarkable impact on California and beyond. The celebration coincided with Charter Day, the day in 1868 when
UC graduate students visited Sacramento to showcase how state investment in education pays off.
Twenty-five people were selected at random from quiz takers with a perfect score, and will receive a commemorative 150th anniversary tote bag, T-shirt, lapel pin and set of postcards.
The items included a 1948 edition of Life Magazine with a photographic essay on UC, and academic plans for UC and the state of California from 1965-1975.
UC community members are invited to share feedback with their representative, so it can be taken into consideration during this process.
Ruiz is a distinguished professor emerita of History and Chicano/Latino Studies at UC Irvine and the first Latina recipient of the National Humanities Medal.
The brown bag will focus on the challenges of caring for an older adult, the caregiver-care receiver relationship, expectations of you and more. Strategies for self-care will be shared.
Attendees will receive a Warriors Fan Appreciation Night T-shirt. In addition, the first 40 ticket-holders can watch the players warm up before the game.
UC Scout is working to ensure California students have access to a high quality college preparatory curriculum, no matter where they live and attend school.