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10 tips for hosting better Zoom meetings

Zoom is a valuable communications tool, but burnout is real and exhausting. Here are some best practices for more effective meetings.

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Here’s what’s in store for the future of travel

How are travel habits and airline requirements changing because of the pandemic? Find out in a recent episode of the UC Alumni Career Network.

LinkedIn Learning: Courses to help you de-stress and focus

2020 has tested our capacity to manage feelings of stress and overwhelm. And as we wrap up the final month of the year, which present their own challenges, these LinkedIn Learning courses offer a

Undergraduate admissions: Learn how to apply for financial aid

The next session of the UC Undergraduate Application Series will focus provide an overview of the financial aid application process.


Friendly reminder: Don’t send holiday packages to work

The holiday shopping season is here, but UCOP resources are limited. As you order gifts, please remember that shipping personal packages to or from UCOP offices is not allowed.

UC will lead California’s rollout of CA Notify

The state of California has asked UC to lead an expansion of a smartphone-based COVID-19 exposure notification system recently tested at seven UC campuses.

Dec. 18 Town Hall

Last chance: Send your Town Hall questions for President Drake

President Michael V. Drake, M.D. will hold his next Town Hall with UCOP staff on Friday, Dec. 18, from 1-2 p.m. Questions for the president are accepted through Dec. 9 at noon.

Video: In conversation with UC’s 2020 Nobel Prize winners

Watch a recently recorded conversation between UC President Michael V. Drake, M.D., UC Board of Regents Chair John A. Perez and UC’s newest Nobel laureates.

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A message from EVP/COO Rachael Nava on the CA regional stay home order

The regional stay home order does not change UCOP’s COVID-19 prevention plans, as our protocols are in alignment with the more restrictive guidelines.