UCSF urges participation in the 2024 California Presidential Primary Election on March 5.
The launch of the Police Accountability Board website, which provides information about PAB as well as a secure and convenient way for the community to submit concerns and/or complaints about UCSF PD, is announced by Chancellor Sam Hawgood and Vice Chancellor Renee Navarro.
All employees and learners are reminded to complete mandatory trainings.
UCSF Health has signed an agreement with Dignity Health to acquire Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center, along with associated outpatient clinics.
Nicholas Holmes, MD, MBA, has been selected to be the next president of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals (BCH) and senior vice president of UCSF Health children’s services.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all members of the UCSF community, including employees of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, are required to obtain the latest monovalent COVID-19 vaccine or decline vaccination by March 1, 2024.
Vice Chancellor Navarro encourages the UCSF community to reflect on Dr. King's legacy and engage in activities offered by the Multicultural Resource Center.
Chancellor Hawgood sends his best wishes for a peaceful and joyous holiday season and invites the UCSF community to celebrate collective achievements and contributions over the past year.
UCSF has renamed Campus Way on UCSF’s Mission Bay campus “The Feeney Way” in honor of Chuck Feeney, who had an extraordinary impact not only at UCSF but also on the practice of philanthropic giving worldwide.
Dr. Catherine Waters, a professor in the Department of Community Health Systems, has been named Interim Dean of the UCSF School of Nursing.
Social media activity by some UCSF faculty, learners, and employees have affected those who depend on us, including our patients and other members of the UCSF community, and are creating an atmosphere of fear and discriminatory harassment.
UCSF’s Social Media Policies and Best Practices provide a comprehensive guide for all members of the UCSF community, including faculty, learners, students, and staff.
University of California President, 10 Campus Chancellors Issue Statement on Intolerance of Campus Bigotry
UC President Drake and the 10 UC chancellors condemn recent acts of bigotry, intolerance, and intimidation. It is our collective responsibility to foster a safe and welcoming learning, living, and working environment while also promoting the principles of free expression and academic freedom.
Be vigilant regarding a common text messaging scam that is on the rise at UCSF.
Celebrate the recipients of the 2023 Chancellor Awards for Diversity and view inspiring videos about their efforts.
As the war between Hamas and Israel escalates, Chancellor Hawgood urges the UCSF community to uphold our Principles of Community and denounces all acts and statements of bigotry and hate without exception.
Dan Bernal will be UCSF’s next vice chancellor for community and government relations. A longtime San Francisco resident who served for two decades with U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi, Dan is well versed in a wide array of policy issues that affect UCSF.
Chancellor Hawgood comments further on the conflict in Israel, denouncing the targeting of civilians, and shares a statement from UC Board of Regents Chair Richard Leib and UC President Michael V. Drake.
A message regarding the deeply distressing news from Israel and Gaza, as well as the tragic earthquakes in Afghanistan. Links are provided to aid in rescue and recovery efforts in Afghanistan.
Diana Greene Foster, PhD, a UCSF demographer and professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, has been named a 2023 MacArthur Fellow in recognition of her defining research in women’s health.
Potential implications and impact on UCSF should there be a federal government shutdown October 1, 2023.