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UCOP colleagues share why they support LaSA’s Cesar Chavez Challenge

There's still time to participate in LaSA's Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge, taking place through March 31.


LaSA’s Cesar Chavez Activity Challenge starts this week

The Latino Staff Association (LaSA) invites all colleagues to participate in their annual Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge. Get moving for a great cause!


LaSA announces the second annual Cesar Chavez Virtual Activity Challenge

For the second year in a row, the UCOP Latino Staff Association (LaSA) is hosting a Cesar Chavez Commemorative Virtual Activity Challenge, taking place from Feb. 7 - March 31, 2022. 


Charlas de Café: Michael Mendez, Ph. D.

Join the Latino Staff Association (LaSA) for the next event in its Charlas de Café series, featuring Michael Mendez, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental policy and planning and visiting scientist at the National Center for


Michael Mendez, Ph.D.

Michael Mendez, Ph.D., to speak on wildfires’ impact on undocumented Latinos and Indigenous migrants

Join LaSA for the next event in its popular Charlas de Café speaker series on Tuesday, Oct. 12.


LaSA unites OP staff in celebrating César Chávez and wellness

The Latino Staff Association’s March fundraiser raised more than $2,500 for UC students while celebrating the legacy of Latino American civil rights activist César Chávez.


Celebrate wellness and César Chávez with LaSA

There’s still time to join LaSa’s March wellness fundraiser — register by March 25. Plus, attend a special wrap-up celebration on March 31.


UCOP colleagues are moving with LaSA — join today!

Through March 25, colleagues are invited to join the Latino Staff Association for a virtual activity challenge in honor of Cesar Chavez.


Reminder: LaSA welcomes Teresa Andrews, M.S., this Friday

Teresa will share how the Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety at UC Davis is helping farmworkers stay healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.