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PACSW Open House

PACSW members enjoy unique opportunities to participate in professional growth and networking activities, interact with high-level UCOP leaders, demonstrate leadership, and advance women and family-friendly policies benefitting UCOP staff. If you’d like to learn more


PACSW members Lily Dimitrova, Jackie DiOiro, Blaze Farrar and Marisa Strong distribute flowers to UCOP staff on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2023

Join PACSW: Advance the role of women at UCOP

Members enjoy many unique perks, from professional growth and networking opportunities to interactions with senior UCOP leaders.


Wednesday: PACSW welcomes reproductive justice expert Michele Bratcher Goodwin

Distinguished scholar Michele Bratcher Goodwin, S.J.D., is a chancellor’s professor and the founding director of the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy at UC Irvine.


PACSW Open House

PACSW members enjoy unique opportunities to participate in professional growth and networking activities, interact with high-level UCOP leaders, demonstrate leadership, and advance women and family-friendly policies benefitting UCOP staff. If you’d like to learn more


Join PACSW: Advance the role of women at UCOP

Members enjoy many unique perks, from professional growth and networking opportunities to interactions with senior UCOP leaders.


PACSW Women We Admire: Provost Katherine Newman

Join the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (PACSW) for a Women’s History Month kick-off event featuring UCOP Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Katherine Newman. This is a hybrid event: Lobby 1,


Celebrate Women’s History Month with PACSW and UCOP colleagues

Join UCOP colleagues in celebrating the achievements of women in the UC community.


PACSW Women We Admire: Katherine Newman, UCOP provost and executive vice president of Academic Affairs

PACSW will kick off Women's History Month with a talk from UCOP Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Katherine Newman.


Apply today for PACSW’s women’s leadership course

Making Power Moves supports women and women-identifying individuals who manage people or projects.


Amy Levine

Making Power Moves: Women and Leadership course returns in January

Making Power Moves supports women and women-identifying individuals who manage people or projects.