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Thursday, May 21 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Celebrate by making your work more inclusive and accessible to all.


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President Napolitano announces systemwide pay freeze for policy-covered employees

President Napolitano issued an update regarding the significant financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on UC and the ongoing budgetary uncertainties the university faces.


UCnetwork: Digital library news, parent resources, positive thinking and more

Have you read the May issue of UCnetwork? Get the latest staff news from throughout UC.


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President Napolitano reacts to new federal Title IX rules

The U.S. Department of Education’s final Title IX rules will impact how sexual harassment and violence cases are handled nationwide. Read President Napolitano's response.


President Napolitano addresses 1,600 staff at first-ever virtual Town Hall

The president’s virtual Town Hall meeting provided employees with critical updates and encouragement in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo on COVID-19 health disparities 

Don’t miss the second event in the Black Staff and Faculty Organization’s series exploring COVID-19 health disparities in the African-American community and underserved populations.


Free mindfulness training resources from UC experts

Two UC campus-based programs allow you to attend virtual mindfulness training. Choose from live webinars or on-demand content.


How UC is helping during the pandemic

Looking for some positive stories to brighten up your week? Here are some we’ve collected throughout the UC system. Get ready to smile — and read on.


Is takeout food a safe choice? UC investigates.

Get the latest insights on takeout dining from UCLA food safety and nutrition expert Catherine Carpenter.


Science break: The scoop on barley in beer

UC ANR scientists have been studying whether malting barley can be grown well in California — and what that might mean for the local beer-brewing industry. Watch a video to learn more.