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UC People Management Conference inspires personal growth and cultural transformation

With a focus on cultural change, UC’s People Management Conference returned to UCLA’s Luskin Center from Aug. 7-9. The conference built on the success of last year’s inaugural event, offering an inspiring training, development

Save the date: “Painting Is My Everything” talk with SF Asian Art Museum curator

Discover the bold artistic vision of contemporary artists, many of them women, from the provincial Mithila region of India.

UC sets higher standards, greater goals for sustainability

UC announces a bold expansion of its systemwide sustainability goals.

New vegetable garden takes root at Franklin Building

On the west side of the Franklin fifth-floor patio, a new vegetable and herb garden is taking root — and it all began with OP staff members with a love of gardening. Fresh herbs from

Five ways to make the most of your dental plan

Keep your smile healthy and bright with these handy tips

Refreshing and healthy summer beverages

Three summery drinks that are delicious and healthy.

tech fair

Annual ITS Tech Fair returns with new products, software upgrades and a raffle

See demos and get hands-on experience with some of UCOP’s new technology products and services.

Algae flip-flops

A guilt-free flip-flop

The humble flip-flop is the world’s most popular shoe. About 3 billion new pairs of these little plastic sandals are made globally every year. Eventually, they wind up as non-biodegradable trash in landfills, rivers and

New Franklin exhibit features work of young UCSF cancer patients

A new art installation in the Franklin Building is showcasing the work of pediatric cancer patients at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital and other local treatment centers, and the power that the arts can play

You’re invited to LaSA’s Day at the Ballpark: A’s vs. Rangers!

Join the Latino Staff Association at Hispanic Heritage Day at the Oakland Coliseum.

Runner with his dog

Staying safe in the sun

An associate professor of dermatology at UCSF, shares her thoughts on skin cancer prevention.