The coronavirus is dominating headlines — but how does it really affect you? Read UC’s response and access reputable supportive resources.
On Wednesday, Feb. 5, UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May will lead an engaging and candid conversation with UCOP staff.
Your colleagues are using LinkedIn Learning. Are you? See our most popular courses — and get inspired for your own development.
Join BSFO during our Black History Month kick-off event featuring keynote speaker Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D., vice provost and chief outreach officer/interim vice president of Student Affairs.
Learning and Development will present a second leadership course taught by Reporting and Analytics Director Ola Popoola of IRAP. Learn the five strategies you need to know to lead from within.
On Thursday, Jan. 30, UC President Janet Napolitano led a standing-room-only Town Hall for UCOP staff. From the California budget to presidential priorities, the conversation shed light on many important topics for the UCOP and greater UC communities.
UC’s negotiations with research publishing giant Elsevier stalled last year, but since then the university hasn’t been resting on its laurels. Here’s an update on UC’s publishing agreements.
Mardi Gras at UCOP takes place on Friday, Feb. 21 in Oakland, at the UCPath Center and in Washington, D.C. Here’s what to expect at this staff-favorite event.
All UCOP staff can access a free license to Smartsheet. Learn how to use it to boost your productivity, project management and collaboration skills!