Attend the Multicultural Week 2021 celebrations and share your cultural expression alongside UCOP leaders and colleagues.
All colleagues are invited to join BSFO during the week of Oct. 25 for informative presentations and community conversations about breast cancer.
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.
Join UCOP leadership, affinity groups and colleagues the week of October 18 to celebrate the diverse cultures of UCOP.
In this special NAIPISA event, members of the UC President’s Native American Advisory Council will share information about land acknowledgment statements and their value to Indigenous communities.
This Tuesday, Oct. 12, learn tips to assist college-bound students in completing the personal insights questions on the UC undergraduate application to help them reflect their best selves.
Michael Mendez, Ph.D., to speak on wildfires’ impact on undocumented Latinos and Indigenous migrants
Join LaSA for the next event in its popular Charlas de Café speaker series on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Join the OP Staff Assembly for an informative Zoom webinar with Laura Hardy, associate director of undergraduate admissions, Student Affairs.
All aspiring and seasoned thespians are invited to attend a friendly two-part reading of Richard III on Oct. 20 and Nov. 17 at noon (PT).
Professor Mehrsa Baradaran, J.D., will share her work on racial wealth gaps and generators of wealth in Black communities.