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UC named a national leader in renewable energy

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has honored UC with a 2018 Green Power Leadership Award for its strong commitment to using clean, renewable energy sources. The award was announced on Oct. 10 during the 2018

Open Enrollment 2019: Good news and new options

Open Enrollment is coming soon — beginning at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 25 and ending at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20 — with good news about premium costs, important changes to domestic partner eligibility

The way we’ve been thinking about olive oil is all wrong

It turns out that we’ve been thinking about extra virgin olive oil all wrong. Yes, it’s healthy and tasty — great for brushing on a crusty baguette or using for a quick sauté — but

Thursday: Join your coworkers for UCOP Multicultural Day!

Events in Oakland and at the UCPath Center will celebrate the diversity of UCOP staff and unveil the results of the multicultural photo project.

Prepare for the Great ShakeOut on Oct. 18 and enter to win a first aid kit

Before the Great ShakeOut this Thursday, take some steps to prepare for the next quake.

Brown bag on UC admissions: Answering the Personal Insight Questions

Learn tips your child can use when completing this section of the UC admissions application.

Finish 2018 in the money: Take a free personal finance workshop (or two)

Taking a one-hour workshop to address your personal financial goals is a good investment of your time.

Stigma-Free webinar on Nov. 1: Helping Doctors Stay Well

All staff is invited to this discussion of physician “burnout” and what UC is doing to prevent it.

Don’t miss your chance to vote on Nov. 6: Make sure you are registered

Check to make sure your voter registration is still active and register online if it’s not.

President Napolitano visits Stockton high school students, says UC is committed to them

President Napolitano joined community leaders at Stockton’s Franklin High School on Friday to speak to 500 college-track high school students about how a world-class education was within their reach.  In her first visit to