As part of its commitment to serve California students with a world-class education and top-tier faculty, UC announced on Aug. 10 that it admitted a record 85,268 California first-year students for fall 2022.
As a community college transfer student who grew up in poverty and is now pursuing his postdoctoral research, Edwin Solares hopes to show the students he mentors how far they can go.
The gift will support postdoctoral fellows for careers in academia while offering additional mentorship for tenure-track faculty posts at the university's six Hispanic-Serving Institutions.
Learn about UC’s unique role as a research-intensive, public Hispanic Serving Institution, and how its work has a wide-ranging impact, from leading researchers.
University of California Health medical, nursing and public health schools achieved national recognition in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of Best Graduate Schools for 2022.
The UC Black Administrators’ Council (UCBAC) Leadership Reflection Series will introduce diverse leaders in higher education at UC, in various campus leadership roles.
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.
As part of Multicultural Day celebrations, EEDG is collecting photos for its “My Ohana” photo project. Participate by sharing a photo of your intentional family or community.
A new interactive animation shows how UC’s undergrads would be represented if their population was distilled to just 100 students. It’s a great resource for a better understanding of the diversity of UC’s student body.