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Get engaged! Take the next UCOP COVID-19 Response Pulse Survey

Share your perspective on UCOP’s COVID-19 response with the Culture and Connectivity Initiative.

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You’re invited to play bingo on Friday!

Colleagues from several campuses are invited to join their local Staff Assemblies for fun bingo games this Friday afternoon and evening.

Reminder: GUEA welcomes author Amy Nickerson this Friday

GUEA will welcome Amy Nickerson, author of “How Do You See Us? Our Lived Realities of Being Viewed as a Threat” for an exploration of racial injustice and systemic racism in the United States.

Continuing the Conversation on Race resumes with Lisa D. Walker

Each session will provide an opportunity for participants to explore questions that can help inform their approaches to anti-racist leadership and collectively strengthen an anti-racist culture at UCOP.

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Join the Shakespeare Club for Twelfth Night on the actual twelfth night of Christmastide!

All aspiring and seasoned thespians are invited to attend a friendly virtual cold reading on Wednesday, Jan. 6, at noon.

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Attend a free virtual New Year’s Eve meditation with UCLA

End 2020 with a free virtual meditation session produced by the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.

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UC celebrates the court order that restores DACA

On Dec. 4, a federal judge decisively ordered the government to fully restore the DACA program — a win for DACA recipients, their families, UC and the country.