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November classes start this week

Sign up today for free, high-quality professional development courses — all available virtually for UCOP staff.

Director of the UC Global Health Institute Dr. Madhavi Dandu

UCGHI joins UCOP and announces its new director

The UC Global Health Institute has become part of UCOP as an institute within the UC Health Division Office. Madhavi Dandu, M.D., M.P.H., is its new director.

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UC Experience Conversations: Enhancing the workplace experience, one conversation at a time

New UC Experience Conversations aim to support employee career development and increase retention.  

GUEA explores what to expect with the 2022 elections

Join UC researchers in exploring how political, economic and legal dynamics have set the stage for this year's national election.

CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

UCOP External Relations and Communications wins several prestigious CASE Awards

The awards recognize exemplary marketing, communications, video and student-engagement projects.

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Last chance: Share your feedback on the STEP performance appraisal process

How is STEP working for you and your supervisor? Is the website easy to use? Is the process helpful? Share your feedback today.

Tuesday: Decorate sugar skulls with LaSA

Tuesday, Nov. 1 is Día de los Muertos, AKA Day of the Dead. The Latino Staff Association invites all colleagues to help celebrate!

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BASC begins fire alarm system upgrade in Franklin building

The new system will modernize building systems and provide better coverage in an emergency.

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UC Travel hosts new webinars for personal and business travel

New UC Travel webinars offer resources for business and personal travelers alike. Join us virtually to learn more about these UC benefits.

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Learn how surveillance data can help protect public health

Ron Brookmeyer, Ph.D., of UCLA, will share how surveillance data is used to protect public health and the future of enhancing its effectiveness.