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- UC's public health schools take the lead
- UCI researchers ward off sophisticated cyber attacks
- UC Davis tackles malnutrition with a $16 million Gates Foundation grant
- UCLA researchers complete genomic sequencing of brain cancer cell line
- UC Santa Cruz joins ranks of top large universities for Peace Corps enrollment
More than 50 people received seasonal and H1N1 flu vaccinations at last Wednesday’s flu shot clinic at UCOP. Nurses from UC Berkeley’s Tang Center administered the shots. Participating at the clinic were Pam Cameron, Elaine
Michael Waldman has accepted the position of Customer Service Manager in UCOP's Retirement Administration Service Center.
The Office of the President has approved an exception to Policy 41-Vacation to extend the vacation maximum accrual “grace period” from four months to six months. This extension is being implemented to facilitate the use of vacation time for employees participating in the Furlough/Salary Reduction program. This exception will be effective January 4, 2010 through January 15, 2011.
Beginning with a noon-time event today, UCOP’s Nancy Coolidge will offer a series of talks aimed at helping parents of college-bound students understand financial aid.
On Wednesday, February 3, a walk-in flu shot clinic will be open for UCOP employees and their family members over the age of 16.
Grace Crickette talks about UC’s Risk Services and some upcoming security changes in UCOP’s Franklin Building.
UC Human Resources has proposed allowing employees, including birth parents, adoptive parents and foster parents, to use up to 30 days of accrued sick leave for baby bonding.
The famous weather-forecasting Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow today, dooming us to six more weeks of winter—if you believe that sort of thing.
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