UC WI helps women-identified professionals advance in their UC careers, and seeks to retain those who have demonstrated potential for advancement.
Learn how you can support your professional growth, help other UC women advance and more by joining the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women.
The next episode of the UC Alumni Career Network focuses on how women can deepen connections in the workplace to support professional aspirations.
The U.S. Department of Education’s final Title IX rules will impact how sexual harassment and violence cases are handled nationwide. Read President Napolitano's response.
Learn how you can help promote sexual-assault prevention and education, support survivors, educate the community about consent and help the next generation promote healthy relationships, equality and respect.
The UC Women in Technology Committee is pleased to announce a webinar with Ann Kovalchick, UC Merced chief information officer, about gender labels and workplace expectations.
Nominations are open through October 4 for this experiential professional development program geared towards mid-career women who demonstrate the potential to advance their careers at UC.
If you’re passionate about championing women in leadership at UCOP, consider joining the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women. Applications are accepted through Monday, May 6.
UC is committed to creating a network of women professionals who can contribute to the university’s future success. Learn more about the UC leaders who are making this possible.
On March 28, the PACSW welcomes Sherwynn Umali to speak about her role as interim assistant vice chancellor and chief of staff for student affairs at UC Irvine. All employees are invited to attend, in person or via Zoom audio.