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Spotlight: Task Force to present pension and benefit options

Hear about the possible options for pension and retire health benefits at a forum Wednesday, March 31, from 1-3 p.m. in the Kaiser Auditorium. Learn more.

New coaching toolkit for supervisors

The UC Learning Center is now offering an online resouce for supervisors. The Day-to-Day Coaching toolkit helps supervisors identify and take advantage of in-the-moment coaching opportunities. Use employees' current assignments and responsibilities to develop the skills they need.

UCOP Cares: Volunteer opportunities with College Track

You’re invited to a brown bag presentation to hear about volunteer opportunities with College Track. Located just a few blocks from the Franklin building, College Track is a local after-school college prep program serving Oakland youth. The presentation will take place today, Tuesday, March 16th at noon in Room 5320. RSVP to Patricia Osorio-O’Dea

TechTopic: Spam filters

Have you ever expected an e-mail message but didn’t get it? Perhaps a UCOP announcement? Sometimes legitimate e-mail ends up in the Junk e-mail folder.

Human Resources wants to hear from you!

UCOP's Human Resources department wants your input as it develops online learning resources.

UC seeks applications for information technology award

The Larry L. Sautter Award for Innovation in Information Technology recognizes innovative deployment of information technology in support of the University's mission. The award is open to faculty and staff from all UC campuses, the Office of the President, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. More information and the application.The application deadline is 5 p.m. on May 18, 2010.

Applications due March 17 for Management Skills Assessment Program

Applications are being accepted through March 17 for UC’s Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP), a week-long residential program designed to assess current management skills in the context of the complexities facing UC managers.

Spotlight: UC Davis Chancellor, Vice Chancellor talk with OP staff

UC Davis is an emerging leader in the fields of sustainability, energy, agriculture, health and climate change.

Vice President of Student Affairs to aid Census 2010

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has appointed Judy Sakaki, Vice President of Student Affairs, to the California Complete Count Committee, the official entity that is partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau for Census 2010. She will offer expertise in developing a robust outreach strategy that ensures a complete and accurate count of every person who resides in California.