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LaSA welcomes Lupe Gallegos-Diaz on March 28

The UCOP Latinx Staff Association will welcome Lupe Gallegos-Diaz, director of Chicanx Latinx Student Development at UC Berkeley.

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UC nabs top spots in 2022-23 U.S. News Best Colleges rankings

Two UC campuses tied for the best public university in the country — and six are in the top 10.

Members of the 2022 FIRE Foundry crew take a break from training at a recent Wildland Academy event.

Marin County Fire Department and UC Berkeley promote diversity and new tech in firefighting

FIRE Foundry recruits young adults from underrepresented communities for a career in fire service and trains them on cutting-edge technologies.

Cal’s famous falcons take flight

UC Berkeley’s newest falcons — Grinnell Jr. and Lindsay — have been testing their flying skills. Local photographers beautifully captured their progress.

Meet UC Berkeley’s Ruben E. Canedo

Ruben calls upon his own life experiences to mentor and enrich others, and to inspire change.

Wednesday: Explore living authentically in higher ed with UCOP Pride

Celebrate Pride Month with by attending Living Authentically: A Conversation on Supporting LGBTQIA+ Communities in Higher Education.

Support UC’s LGBTQIA+ community

June is Pride Month! Learn more about UCOP Pride and register for an upcoming event.

President Drake and Justin Lee

Grad Slam delivers promising research you can remember (and explain)

UC Berkeley graduate student Justin Lee beat out nine other talented contestants at this year’s Grad Slam competition, taking home the top prize for his three-minute talk on how genetic engineering could be used to stop COVID from replicating inside the body.

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The UC Alumni Career Network investigates the “Great Resignation”

On April 12, the UC Alumni Career Network will feature Enrique Lopezlira, Ph.D., for insights into this global phenomenon and what it means for workers.

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Why Congress is moving forward from turning the clocks forward

Changes to time, and routine, can mess with our sleep. That doesn't just hurt our physical health — it makes us lonely.

Save the dates for upcoming Confronting Racism events

The next Confronting Racism events will focus on anti-Asian discrimination and UC Irvine's Black Thriving Initiative.