In a daylong retreat, UCís Board of Regents looked at dozens of proposals for addressing the university's growing budget deficit.
UC continues to do a great job of ensuring affordability and access, but indicators are beginning to show budget impacts on quality.
The final "Response to Protests on UC Campuses" report includes recommendations and best practices for handling demonstrations, civil disobedience and free-speech issues related to protests throughout the UC system.
UC is undertaking the largest institutional climate survey ever in an effort to make UC a model for diversity and inclusion in higher education.
UCPath project has launched a new website that offers employees information about upcoming career opportunities at the UCPath Center in Riverside and important announcements and progress updates concerning the UCPath Center project.
More Systemwide News
- UC opens 100th green building
- Richard Atkinson awarded Presidential Medal
- UC places among top national universities
- Study abroad programs mark 50 years with new options
Read more news at UC Newsroom
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.
A UC San Diego graduate and events manager tries to ease poverty in her community and overseas.
UC Santa Barbara's John Bowers is on a quest to bring solar-powered lights to corners of the world without electricity.
UCLA's Yoh Kawano volunteered to monitor radiation in the evacuation zone of Japan's Fukashima nuclear power plant. Read about Kawano's volunteer activities in Japan.
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 .
Now is a good time to check your Health or Dependent Care FSA balance to be sure you use all your funds and to prepare for reenrolling.
A free systemwide webinar on Oct. 11, 2012 will discuss the signs, symptoms and treatment of depression, and teach you how to get support for yourself, your family and your colleagues.
You can read more HR news on At Your Service.
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