ICYMI: A recording is now available of the Black History Month conversation between President Michael V. Drake and Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D.
BSFO culminates its Black History Month festivities with a special event featuring President Michael V. Drake, M.D., in conversation with Yvette Gullatt, Ph.D.
Calls to “defund the police” dominated headlines in 2020. This Wednesday, Feb. 17, BSFO brings together a panel of experts from academia and law enforcement to envision an equitable design for the future of public safety.
UC is recognizing Black History Month throughout February. Recognize Black History Month with your colleagues — wherever you are — by checking out our roundup of virtual events taking place throughout UC.
LinkedIn Learning’s Black History Month challenge, beginning Feb. 9, spotlights some of the incredible courses taught by black authors.
Watch a new video from President Drake on the Black workers, scholars, artists and activists who have propelled the University of California — and the world — forward, and the work that remains to be done to achieve our ideals of equality, inclusion and justice.
The Black Staff and Faculty Organization will award its annual awards to UC students Jai Bailey, Rakia White and Sia’h Fanta Jimissa.
The UCOP Black Staff and Faculty Organization has planned a number of events for Black History Month this year. Mark your calendar and get ready to join us!
This Thursday, BSFO brings together a panel of impactful African-American UC leaders to share their experiences in the workplace.
The vice-chancellor of information technology at UC Santa Cruz recently talked to UCOP’s Jeané Blunt about diversity and inclusion initiatives, and his thought leadership at UC.