BSFO’s celebration of Black History Month continues this week. Don’t miss learning about an impactful community partnership and UCOP colleagues sharing personal stories about their ancestry.
The OP Staff Assembly has many fun plans in the works for their annual Mardi Gras festivities on Feb. 21!
Join BSFO’s recognition of Black History Month with a variety of engaging events, including a documentary film screening, ancestry presentation, community partnership presentation and leadership panel.
The OP Staff Assembly has many fun plans in the works for their annual Mardi Gras festivities, which this year will take place on Feb. 21 in Oakland, the UCPath Center and Washington, D.C.
Join BSFO during our Black History Month kick-off event featuring keynote speaker Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D., vice provost and chief outreach officer/interim vice president of Student Affairs.
Throughout February, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization are collecting new and gently used ties through their partnership with All Tied Up, a special nonprofit that teaches leadership, self-respect and empathy to young men of color — all through the basic skill of tying a tie.
The good times will be rolling into UCOP on Friday, Feb. 21 in Oakland, at the UCPath Center and in Washington, D.C. Mark your calendar and get ready to party!
The Black Staff and Faculty Organization has an array of activities planned to celebrate African-American culture and heritage throughout February.
The new year is here! Link asked you to share your thoughts on New Year’s resolutions, as well as your goals for 2020. From spending less time overanalyzing life and being a perfectionist to spending more quality time with family and friends, here’s what you said.