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UC scores top spots in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 university rankings

Six University of California campuses are among the top 10 public universities in America, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Colleges rankings, released Sept. 13, 2021.


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Recharge and reset with virtual well-being classes

If you could use some support — or an excuse to get moving — check out these free physical and emotional well-being resources available through UC, including a new wellness program for UC Care members created by UC Irvine staff.


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COVID-19: How UC mobilized the response of a lifetime

Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded — and our university's pivotal role in the research, technology and patient care that has taken us from crisis to cure.


Cecilia Estolano, Chair of the UC Board of Regents

UC announces 2021-22 Board of Regents appointments

On July 1, UC announced the recent appointment of Regent Cecilia V.  Estolano to chair of the UC Board of Regents for 2021-22, effective July 1. Chair Estolano was elected by her colleagues and


Whistleblower activities at UC and the California Whistleblower Protection Act

The University’s Whistleblower Policy provides multiple avenues for employees to bring forward concerns of potential employee misconduct.


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UC experts come together to address California wildfires

A June 4 symposium brought together faculty members and research scientists from throughout the UC system to work on finding solutions to one of our state’s biggest challenges.


How much do you know about LGBTQ at UC?

UC and members of its community have played a pivotal role in many landmark moments related to LBGTQ culture and rights. Test your rainbow knowledge and see how many you get right!


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UC’s fifth systemwide staff engagement survey launched May 10

If you're one of those invited to participate this year, please take the time to add your voice.


Kevin Pham explains his research on the political history of Vietnam during the 2019 Grad Slam competition.

Game’s on for Grad Slam: UC research explained in 3 minutes

UC graduate students spend years on their research, but this Friday, May 7, they’ll compete to wow viewers by summarizing their work in just three minutes.


UCLA’s newest members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Top row, from left: Terence Blanchard, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Barbara Geddes and Elisabeth Le Guin. Bottom row, from left: Kelly Lytle Hernández, Daniel Posner, Marilyn Raphael and Victoria Sork. (Photo by UCLA)

The National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences elect 36 new UC members

The prestigious academies recognize the excellence and leadership of researchers in their fields.