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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.


Jennifer Doudna wins 2020 Nobel Prize in chemistry

The award recognizes the development of CRISPR-Cas9, a genome editing breakthrough that has revolutionized biomedicine.


Andrea Ghez

UCLA and UC Berkeley faculty share the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics

Andrea Ghez and Reinhard Genzel will share half the 2020 Nobel in Physics for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our galaxy.


UC Health hospitals are recognized for LGBTQ health care equality

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2020 Healthcare Equality Index has named UC Health hospitals throughout California as LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leaders. Learn more about this prestigious accolade.


UC announces the 2020 Sautter Awards for IT innovation

10 UC teams won the 2020 Larry L. Sautter Award for technology innovations. These inventive solutions make university operations more effective and efficient, helping better serve faculty, staff, students and patients.


UC honors remarkable student leaders

On July 30, former President Janet Napolitano honored a student activist and student-run science podcasting group with the annual President’s Award for Outstanding Student Leadership.


UCOP communications win industry awards

Three UCOP teams have been recognized by prestigious national organizations on their communications to the university community.


UC Health children’s hospitals ranked among the nation’s best

The four University of California Health children’s hospitals were recognized for excellence in multiple areas of subspecialty care by U.S. News & World Report in its 2020–21 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings.


2019 UC sustainability report: Fewer emissions, more growth

The University of California has grown significantly over the last seven years, adding new buildings and 46,000 more students across the 10-campus system. What hasn’t increased? UC’s carbon footprint.