At this year’s conference, health care leaders from around the world will present topical insights related to COVID-19, including animal-to-human transmission of viruses resulting in pandemics, and gender and socioeconomic disparities.
Join faculty members throughout UC in contemplating an array of contemporary and engaging topics regarding our state and local communities.
Throughout February, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization are collecting new and gently used ties through their partnership with All Tied Up, a special nonprofit that teaches leadership, self-respect and empathy to young men of color — all through the basic skill of tying a tie.
Save the date: The IT Tech & Friends Fair comes to UCOP on Thursday, September 12. Enjoy light refreshments and a raffle!
As summer rolls along this July, check out these local events to keep up the fun and excitement. Whether you’re in Oakland, Riverside, DC or Sacramento, we’ve got plans for you!
If you’re an administrative, support or entry-level staff member, check out UCOP’s newly revamped Take Charge program. This five-month series is a supportive, fun way to bring your career to the next level.
The UCSF LGBT Resource Center has planned several activities throughout the month of June, in recognition of Pride Month. OP employees are invited to attend, to march with Cal and to celebrate in Oakland. Mark your calendar!
Summer unofficially began Memorial Day Weekend, so don’t wait another moment to plan something fun for June. Whether you’re in Oakland, Riverside, DC or Sacramento, we’ve got plans for you!
On May 8, the popular UC Virtual Career series presents Culture + Career — a free online webinar focused on how workplace culture impacts employees’ productivity, mobility and success.
All UCOP staff are invited to join President Napolitano for a Town Hall meeting. Attend at Oakland's Franklin building or via phone/online. Anonymous questions can be submitted in advance.