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Get engaged! Take the next UCOP COVID-19 Response Pulse Survey

Share your perspective on UCOP’s COVID-19 response with the Culture and Connectivity Initiative.


New learning opportunity: Gain leadership skills at UCOP

The new UCOP Aspiring Leaders Development Program is an experiential professional development program offered to staff who are interested in exploring leadership roles and career development.


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Try the new UCPath appointment feature

You can now schedule an appointment for help with UCPath services. Openings are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (PT).


Dec. 18 Town Hall

Submit your questions for President Drake’s next Town Hall

President Michael V. Drake, M.D. will hold his next Town Hall with UCOP staff on Friday, Dec. 18, from 1-2 p.m. If you have questions for the president to address, please submit them by Dec. 9.


Three former military lawyers at UCOP support UC every day

The U.S. Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps offers the opportunity for lawyers to serve as armed forces officers and legal professionals. Founded by George Washington in 1775, the JAG Corps represents the legal interests


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Learn more about UC’s Core Competencies

The 2020-2021 performance appraisal cycle will reflect UC’s new Core Competencies. Learn more about this model, and consider attending a workshop.


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Don’t let cyber security scare you!

Cyber Security Month is coming to an end. Recap what you’ve learned this month by reviewing these important tips for staying safe online.


UCOP support services move locations in the Franklin-Broadway Campus

While the majority of UCOP staff continue to work from home, a small group of colleagues have relocated to 1100 Broadway and are keeping vital services up and running.