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UC experts will share how COVID-19 has affected students’ mental health

Guest speakers will overview national and UC data on mental health trends among college students, as well as UC's approach to the student mental health crisis.


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UCOP has relaxed COVID-19 protocols as of May 2

Thera Kalmijn, executive director, UCOP Operations, explains the updates to UCOP's on-site COVID-19 protocols.


New meeting scheduling practices: Breaks to support employee well-being

Implement these practices to support yourself, your staff and your colleagues.


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Why Congress is moving forward from turning the clocks forward

Changes to time, and routine, can mess with our sleep. That doesn't just hurt our physical health — it makes us lonely.


Resources for managing stress and anxiety

If you've found yourself feeling overwhelmed lately, you’re not alone. Here are some resources to help.


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Additional Emergency Paid Sick Leave for COVID-19 relief

UC is providing up to 80 hours of 2022 Emergency Paid Sick Leave for full-time UC employees and the two-week equivalent for part-time employees. 


UCOP colleagues share why they support LaSA’s Cesar Chavez Challenge

There's still time to participate in LaSA's Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge, taking place through March 31.


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Feeling stressed? These resources can help.

If you've been feeling the mid-winter blues or find yourself frequently overwhelmed, you're not alone. UCOP and UC offer many resources to help.


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Four ways nature can protect your well-being during a pandemic

Green spaces are good for mental well-being, whether you’re walking outdoors, looking at beautiful views or even watching nature videos.