UC is forging relationships with historically black colleges and universities to offer summer fellowships on UC campuses to talented undergraduates.
UCSF neuroscientists have found that by training on attention tests, people young and old can improve brain performance and multitasking skills.
UC’s conservative approach to managing its debt saves money and insulates it from market volatility. CFO Peter Taylor explains how interest rate swaps are benefiting UC in an SFGate.com opinion piece.
Philanthropy is an increasingly important source of support for UC, creating 75 new endowed chairs in the past year, part of $1.5 billion in donations.
Launched on Nov. 9, the new ucop.edu should help make resources within UCOP easier to navigate.
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- Social Security tax rate expected to revert to 6.2 percent in January
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