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Play Bingo with OPSA this Friday, June 14

There will be two virtual sessions: a matinee from 12 to 1 p.m. and an evening session from 6 to 7:30 p.m. (PT). The registration deadline is 5 p.m. on June 13.

Friday: Glenda Humiston, Jorge Silva and Cathy O’Sullivan to speak on EDI leadership

Hear from and engage with UCOP leaders as they share their reflections on how EDI has impacted their leadership experiences.

PACSW welcomes Lady Idos, an expert on championing EDI in uncertain times

Lady will discuss efforts to protect DEIA at the federal government and at Berkeley Lab, increasing attacks on DEI throughout the country, and the need for all of us to practice continued DEI resilience.

Dr. Lyla June Johnston to speak on impostor syndrome

Lyla June Johnston, Ph.D., is an Indigenous woman who has battled impostor syndrome throughout her educational journey.

BSFO shares robust Juneteenth events lineup

Join the Black Staff and Faculty Organization for a week of celebrations surrounding the Juneteenth holiday.

Veterans Among US hosts Memorial Day Display at UCPath

Veterans Among US members hosted a display at UCPath to mark Memorial Day and raise awareness of military traditions among UCOP colleagues.

Tuesday: Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with APISA

Enjoy a sampling of snacks from Asian and Pacific Islander countries and browse books from AAPI authors.

Join NAIPISA and Lyla June Johnston for a talk on deconstructing impostor syndrome

Dr. Johnston will discuss personal experiences, why impostor syndrome exists and why all of us deserve to share our message to the world

Next Tuesday: Join APISA for snacks and stories

Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with the Asian Pacific Islander Staff Association!

UCOP celebrates its first post-pandemic Take Our Kids to Work Day in Oakland and Riverside

Presentation session leaders from several departments volunteered to develop a structured and interactive experience for children.