Here's how your UCOP colleagues have been staying in touch while many of us are working remotely.
The UCOP Shakespeare Club will do a cold reading of the Shakespeare play “Richard III,” which will be led by Peter Church and take place in two parts.
Are you an Alameda County resident? Please take a few minutes to participate in an initial public survey to help develop an updated Climate Action Plan.
Make your vote count on Sept. 14. Here's what you need to know — including options for same-day registration.
Join the OP Staff Assembly (OPSA) for two special events this week, starting with a leadership career panel on Tuesday, Sept. 14.
In the first in a series of online events, faculty, staff and administrators from across the UC system will engage in a discussion about advancing leadership and career pathways for Chicanx/Latinx students and professionals.
Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback in June, the UCOP Black Staff and Faculty Organization (BSFO) is relaunching its healing meditation series facilitated by LeNaya Smith Crawford, The Holistic MFT.
All aspiring and seasoned thespians are invited to attend a friendly virtual cold reading on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at noon.