Regents vote to increase UC and employee contributions to UCRP beginning July 2011 to help cope with spiraling pension costs. Read about the regents' action.
In a meeting with representatives from UC's staff assemblies, President Yudof stressed the importance of employee input and engagement as he evaluates proposed changes to retirement benefits for future UC employees. Read about Yudof's remarks.
California faces a shortage of up to 17,000 physicians by 2015. UC's Program in Medical Education (PRIME) is trying to fill the gap – and helping to place doctors in the state’s most underserved communities. Read about PRIME.
With health insurance costs continuing to rise, UC has developed two new medical plans for 2011 to help keep health insurance affordable for employees. Read about UC's new medical plans.
More Systemwide News
- Commission of the Future endorses student-focused recommendations
- UCSB's Rumberger named vice provost for education partnerships
- UC Merced chancellor to step down in June 2011
- UC Press director announces retirement
- Symposium focuses on breast cancer research
He has represented student interests as student regent and helped first generation students successfully transition to college. Now Jesse Bernal is working on systemwide efforts to improve campus climate. Read about Bernal's work on diversity initiatives.
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UCRP members still have a DC Plan account as part of your retirement savings. While you may no longer be contributing to it, you can still manage your investments.
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