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UC has 34 natural reserves across ecologically diverse regions of California. The 130,000 acres of protected land provide rich teaching and research opportunities, and are also used for K-12 environmental

Michael O’Keefe — UCOP Stress Buster

You might think of a massage only as a luxury in ritzy spas and upscale health clubs. But did you know massage therapy is offered right here within the Office of the President? Certified massage therapist Michael O'Keefe is at 7307 Franklin from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. every Wednesday.

10-Second Bio: Brandi Schmitt

I train and handle a search and rescue K9.

10-Second Bio: Raul Torres

For years I have participated in the annual AIDS bicycle ride called AIDS/LifeCycle, a 7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

10-Second Bio: Charles Barragan

I would like to be a well-paid writer.

‘ShakeOut’ Drill, Earthquake Checklist and Raffle

On Thursday, Oct. 15, UCOP will participate in the Great California ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill ever! At 10:15 am, employees will practice the “Drop! Cover! Hold on!” for 60 seconds.

UC In The News

Berkeley economist wins Nobel Prize... UC scientists and researchers prepare for the next great earthquake... UCSD earns A- on green report card... UC Merced campus honored for environmental leadership... UCLA students create floating house for New Orleans residents... Moores UCSD Cancer Center Opens New Facility...

Suspension of University Cell Phone Policy

In response to the President Yudof’s August 10, 2009 letter to Internal Revenue Commissioner Douglas Schulman, we have received permission from the IRS to suspend implementation of the University's current cell phone policy until January 31, 2010.

Open Forum

Were you in the Loma Prieta earthquake in ’89? Share your story with us: Where were you? What were you doing? How did it affect