Black History Month begins this week! Here's how to celebrate with colleagues throughout the university.
This special CUCSA event will honor four distinguished Black staff leaders who have made history at UC.
President Michael V. Drake, M.D., sat down with KCRA 3 News in Sacramento to talk about his childhood and family, experiences navigating segregated society, career and vision for UC.
Mark your calendar for these great opportunities to build your knowledge of Black history and culture while connecting with your colleagues.
Several experts will discuss topics surrounding climate and environmental justice, with a focus on the Black community’s climate change experience through varied lenses such as health, Critical Race Theory, Feminist Theory and land loss.
As part of its Black History Month celebrations, the UCOP Black Staff and Faculty Organization (BSFO) will present a virtual tour of the Newark Museum of Art.
LinkedIn Learning’s Black History Month Challenge, beginning Feb. 9, spotlights some of the platform's incredible courses taught by Black leaders.
President Michael V. Drake, M.D., released a letter to the UC community to recognize Black History Month.
Celebrate Black History Month with your colleagues by attending the many engaging events planned by UCOP departments and the Black Staff and Faculty Organization.
Black History Month is just a week away and UCOP has many engaging opportunities for UCOP staff to connect with colleagues around this important recognition.