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Applications due March 17 for Management Skills Assessment Program

Applications are being accepted through March 17 for UC’s Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP), a week-long residential program designed to assess current management skills in the context of the complexities facing UC managers.


10-Second Bio: Reginald Hillmon

I am the second of a set of twin boys, born one minute after my brother.


Spotlight: UC Davis Chancellor, Vice Chancellor talk with OP staff

UC Davis is an emerging leader in the fields of sustainability, energy, agriculture, health and climate change.


Vice President of Student Affairs to aid Census 2010

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has appointed Judy Sakaki, Vice President of Student Affairs, to the California Complete Count Committee, the official entity that is partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau for Census 2010. She will offer expertise in developing a robust outreach strategy that ensures a complete and accurate count of every person who resides in California.


UC scholars awarded prestigous research fellowships

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded research fellowships to 17 early career scientists and scholars at the University of California. Winners include promising, early career academics from chemistry, computer science, mathematics, molecular biology, and physics.


UC in the news: Undergrad research sparks curiosity

At UC, learning isn’t confined to the classroom. See and hear what some of our undergraduate students are doing.


In Profile: Joe Lewis

Off-the-clock with Joe Lewis, aka Dr. Funk, director of UC's Retirement Administration Service Center


President Yudof pledges to combat campus intolerance

President Mark Yudof met with students in Sacramento on Monday and pledged to focus systemwide attention on preventing acts of intolerance.