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From President Drake: My renewed priorities

President Drake shares his priorities for the university in a letter to staff and a message to the UC community.

An update on the progress of UC’s Community Safety Plan

Each campus has made significant progress in the implementation of the Community Safety Plan.

10 Latino leaders creating a more equitable future for us all

Across disciplines as diverse as education, science, medicine, engineering, law, business and politics, Latino leaders from the University of California have made outsized contributions to the university and the world.

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UC earns top spots in 2023-24 U.S. News Best Colleges rankings

UC Berkeley and UCLA tied for the best public university in the country, with six University of California undergraduate campuses among the top 20 and all nine in the top 40.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with UC

UC is celebrating on a systemwide level as well as throughout our campuses and locations.

Participants check out the 2023 UC Santa Cruz Summer Series program at Lick Observatory.

Igniting innovation: UC in the summer

The UC system is busy year-round, providing unique opportunities for students and educators, along with the broader California community.

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ICYMI: Watch Global Accessibility Awareness Day presentations

Global Accessibility Awareness Day presentations are available for on-demand watching. 

UC’s queer climate scientists: Making science as diverse as the natural world

For many LGBTQ scientists, the diversity and resiliency of the world they study provides inspiration all year long.

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New UC President’s panel to advance UC system’s capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship

President Drake convened the President’s Entrepreneurship Network Council to support entrepreneurial activity across the university’s 10 campuses, from invention to commercialization.