UC's first staff accountability sub-report says UC must proactively address issues of an aging work force, compensation and leadership development or the quality and service of UC's staff could suffer and UC may find itself unprepared to face the challenges ahead. Read more about the report.
Applications are now being accepted for the Staff Advisor to the Regents. Read more about the staff advisors and the application process.
More Systemwide News
- UC undergrad applications set records
- Regents endorse single-score holistic review
- UC gets greener in 2010
- 'Dose of Hope' for Parkinson's patients
- Scholarship honors slain Santa Cruz alumnus
- Scripps to take scientific lead in global network to monitor greenhouse gases
Faculty at the University of California continue to perform at top levels, according to the biennial accountability sub-report on faculty competitiveness, but a range of challenges must be met if UC is to continue its leadership in the recruitment and retention of high-caliber faculty. Read more about the faculty report.
Calling all Peace Corps volunteers – tell us your story
Photo courtesy Peace Corps
The University of California has a long history of Peace Corps service. Many of our faculty and staff began their public service careers in the Peace Corps. UC campuses send more alumni to volunteer than any other university in the country. And UCLA was one of the original volunteer training locations.
We are celebrating these connections by sharing the stories of our UC family who were in the Peace Corps on a website launching in March.
If you served in the Peace Corps, we want to share your story. Please contact , managing editor of integrated communications.
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.
Do you know someone who is making a difference?
You can nominate a UC staff or faculty member to be featured here. Send their name and a brief description of how they are contributing to UC or their wider community to .
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