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Get ready for UCOP Mardi Gras next week!

The OP Staff Assembly has many fun plans in the works for their annual Mardi Gras festivities, which this year will take place on Feb. 21 in Oakland, the UCPath Center and Washington, D.C.

All aboard: Catch these upcoming UC travel webinars

Learn how you can benefit by booking your travel within the systemwide travel program, plus get insights on maximizing airline credits, per diem, car insurance coverage, the best economy seating and more.

Add a student intern to your team this year

UCOP is kicking off its fifth annual Student Internship Program. Learn how your department can benefit, while providing college students with an opportunity to experience real-life work experience and career training.

Join Chancellor Gary S. May this Wednesday

On Wednesday, Feb. 5, UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May will lead an engaging and candid conversation with UCOP staff.

Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D., kicks off Black History Month on Tuesday, Feb. 4

Join BSFO during our Black History Month kick-off event featuring keynote speaker Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D., vice provost and chief outreach officer/interim vice president of Student Affairs.

Delicious updates for UCOP Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras at UCOP takes place on Friday, Feb. 21 in Oakland, at the UCPath Center and in Washington, D.C. Here’s what to expect at this staff-favorite event.

Reminder: Town Hall this Thursday, Jan. 30

On Jan. 30, President Napolitano will give her first Town Hall of the year. Attend in person at Oakland's Franklin building or online via Zoom.

Chancellor Gary S. May will chat with UCOP staff next week

The next speaker in the popular Chancellor Chats series is Gary S. May, chancellor of UC Davis on Feb. 5. Join us for an engaging and candid conversation!

Support local youth by donating a tie

Throughout February, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization are collecting new and gently used ties through their partnership with All Tied Up, a special nonprofit that teaches leadership, self-respect and empathy to young men of color — all through the basic skill of tying a tie.