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How to have better political conversations

According to UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, exploring the other person’s values can lead to better conversations about politics and other sensitive topics.


Ditching single-use plastics for a sustainable future

The university is saying goodbye to the plastic bottles, bags and food containers that are choking our oceans and harming our health.


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Answers to questions about the flu shot mandate

All UC employees — including here at UCOP — must receive a flu shot by Nov. 1. Here’s what you need to know.


Wildfires burn six UC Natural Reserves; seventh threatened

UC has not been spared by California’s latest wildfires. Here’s the latest on how the university’s Natural Reserves have been affected.


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The UCPath systemwide implementation is complete

July 27 marked a big milestone for the UC community: UCPath finalized the systemwide implementation of our payroll, benefits, human resources and academic personnel services solution.


Harness the benefits of networking: Here’s how

If you’re ready to bring your career to the next level, turn to your colleagues and tune in to the latest episode of the UC Alumni Career Network. Try these tips to level-up your career.


UC announces the 2020 Sautter Awards for IT innovation

10 UC teams won the 2020 Larry L. Sautter Award for technology innovations. These inventive solutions make university operations more effective and efficient, helping better serve faculty, staff, students and patients.


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UC’s systemwide flu vaccine requirement applies to staff

UCOP staff are included in this order. Immunizations must be received by Nov. 1.


The science is in — wearing masks can save lives

Here’s why you — and more importantly, your friends — should wear masks. They save lives and can help us safely reopen our communities.