Caring for an aging parent while juggling work and raising a family can be stressful. Read about the resources UC offers from free one-on-one counseling to support groups.
Supporting cancer research is easy, especially if you're about to complete your California tax form. Read about how you can support cancer research with a simple check of a box.
More Systemwide News
- Pepper spray task force update from Justice Reynoso
- UCTV to launch first university-run YouTube channel
- UC explores restorative justice process to improve campus climate
- Chancellor names UC leaders to "Future of UCSF" group
- Eight UC campuses named “best values”
Read more news at UC Newsroom
Whether you're just starting your career or close to retiring, UC's new online Retirement Review helps you understand how much you can expect to receive from the UC Retirement Plan and your retirement savings when you retire.
At UC Santa Cruz's OpenLab, artists and researchers collaborate to produce innovative multimedia and designs to explain science. Watch the video or read the transcript about OpenLab.
People Who Make A Difference
Across UC, staff and faculty make a difference on the job and in their free time. Read about a few of their latest contributions.
During her tenure as Staff Advisor to the Regents, Penny Herbert has fostered more direct communication between UC staff and its leaders. Read about Herbert's experience as Staff Advisor.
UCOP administrative assistant Barbara Jim-George is making a difference in her community by launching a nonprofit program to stop at-risk teen girls from becoming victims of human trafficking.
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UC Human Resources launches project to verify eligibility of family members enrolled in health benefits. Faculty, staff and retirees must respond by May 17. Read more about the project.
You can read more HR news on At Your Service.
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