UCOP staff responded to the LEED survey in big numbers this month, ensuring the Franklin building will be in good shape for a chance at recertifying LEED gold. Franklin Building employees had a 73 percent
The nomination period for eight open seats for the upcoming two-year terms starts today (Tuesday, May 29) and continues through Monday, June 11.
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Answers to the most common questions employees ask and details about how your UC behavioral health plan can help you.
Almost 60 percent of respondents already use the stairs at least once a day, survey results showed. Respondents noted a number of barriers to taking the stairs, and UCOP's Healthy Campus Network committee is looking for opportunities to address the feedback.
“Student activism and public service have been a hallmark of the University of California and its students for 150 years,” President Napolitano said.
Lyme disease is on the rise. A UCSF expert talks about the research under way and how you can protect yourself.
Hundreds of UCOP staff members in Oakland and Riverside celebrated the return of UC Walks on May 16 by donning their walking shoes for an energetic group walk. In Oakland, 478 staff turned out for
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