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Take the survey May 11: Join Franklin’s bid for LEED gold

Join Franklin’s effort to renew its LEED Gold certification, the gold standard for environmentally responsible buildings, by taking the brief commuter survey on Friday, May 11. Get ready to go for gold! On May 11, all

How UC research sounded the alarm on the ozone layer

In honor of Earth Day, here's a look back on how UC researchers stopped an environmental disaster before it was too late.

Five UC presidents share stories about the university’s bold rise over the last 150 years

Before the electric light bulb changed the world, another illuminating idea took shape: The University of California. Founded in 1868, UC has continued to shine brightly for 150 years, driving positive change across California

Join a May 1 discussion on implicit bias and available trainings

Implicit bias refers to the stereotypes and attitudes people have toward specific populations in their social environment. The May 1 discussion will include dialogue about trainings and how and whether implicit bias is present in your work.

Donate blood and help save three lives

The need is constant and your contribution is important for a healthy and reliable blood supply.

Boost your well-being at UC Walks on May 16

On Wednesday, May 16, UCOP employees in Oakland and UCPath employees in Riverside are invited to gather for the ninth annual UC Walks — a Systemwide WellBeing Initiative program that is coordinated by the

Recycle your non-records materials during Earth Week

You can contact Records Management to have someone come to your department on Wednesday, April 25 or Thursday, April 26 to help you start assessing your records.

Wednesday: Wear denim as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 25 has become National Denim Day, a movement to protest the misconceptions around sexual assault.

Want to learn more about UC Scout? Join today’s webinar.

Join an April 24 webinar to learn about the expansion of this online learning program that provides California high school students with free access to the courses they need to be eligible — and competitive — college applicants.

BRC training on fiscal close processes on April 30 and May 1

The training will explain all the financial processes associated with the annual fiscal close.