Graduate students from all 10 UC campuses traveled to Sacramento to underscore the direct impact of their work—which rests upon adequate funding of graduate programs.
Nearly one in 10 Americans has depression. Read about what's behind the stigma, and resources UC offers to faculty and staff if you need help.
If you missed President Yudof's March 2 web chat with UC faculty and staff, check out this selection of key questions and responses or view the full web chat online.
UC Health’s five medical centers care for uninsured patients, educate tomorrow’s health leaders and advance science to tackle medicine’s toughest challenges, providing benefits to their communities totaling $3.3 billion last year.
While grappling with declining state support, UC has attracted significant private donations -- $1.6 billion in 2010-11.
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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.
Edward Galvan does double duty keeping his community safe as a security supervisor at UCLA Medical Center and a Navy Reserve volunteer. Read about why he does it, and his experiences at home and in Kuwait. Read about Edward Galvan.
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