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  • Catherine R. Lucey, MD, MACP, Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost

    Reminder and Clarification of Policies on Expressive Activities on UCSF Property

    A reminder of the “time, place, and manner” rules that support UCSF’s history of activism while ensuring our ability to provide a safe and welcoming environment.

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    Updated Travel Policy: Benefits for Dependent Travel Reimbursement

    UC Travel Policy G28 was revised to allow for reimbursement of dependent travel expenses directly associated with official University business travel in limited circumstances and with proper approvals. The policy allows for reimbursement of costs related to breastmilk shipping, among other dependent care items.

  • Brian Smith, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and Senior Associate Vice Chancellor - Research Infrastructure & Operations

    2024 Whistleblower Notification from the UC Office of the President - Campus Postings

    Information for 2024-25 from the University and the California State Auditor about the California Whistleblower Protection Act.

  • Catherine R. Lucey, MD, MACP, Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost

    Apply Today for UCSF Community Well-being Grants

    Apply for a UCSF Well-being Grant to support the health and well-being of faculty, staff and learners at UCSF and UCSF Health. Application period ends on Friday, July 19, 2024.

  • Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD, Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Outreach

    Commemorating Juneteenth

    The UCSF community is invited to celebrate Juneteenth, commemorating when Union troops arrived in Texas and announced that more than 250,000 enslaved Black people in the state were free, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed.

  • Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD, Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Outreach

    Celebrate Pride Month with UCSF

    Learn about opportunities to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community, honor its history and resilience, and reaffirm our commitment to cultivating a culture of inclusion and belonging. 

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    2024 Founders Day Celebration

    The UCSF community celebrates recipients of the Chancellors Awards for Exceptional University Service, Exceptional University Management, and Public Service, as well as the Thomas N. Burbridge Award and Edison T. Uno Award.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    Invited Speakers and the Exchange of Ideas at UCSF

    As a public university under the First Amendment, UCSF must maintain a content-neutral position in the support we provide to all campus groups. Views expressed by the RCOs, diversity committees, and their speakers are their own and do not reflect those of the University.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    Encampment at Parnassus Heights

    Announcement is made regarding closure of the encampment at Parnassus Heights campus.

  • Joshua Adler

    New Masking Guidance for UCSF

    As of May 1, at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland and May 6 at UCSF West Bay campuses, face masks are no longer routinely required across all areas of the University.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    UCSF Health Helen Diller Hospital Groundbreaking

    Bold new vision for UCSF’s historic Parnassus Heights campus takes shape with groundbreaking of the new UCSF Health Helen Diller Hospital announced by Chancellor Hawgood, School of Medicine Dean King, and UCSF Health President and CEO Gunasekaran.

  • Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD, Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Outreach

    Nominate a colleague - Chancellor Awards for Diversity - due Fri. May 10

    Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2024 Chancellor Awards for Diversity.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    Coming April 9: Staff Engagement Survey

    UCSF staff are asked to participate in the 2024 UCSF Staff Engagement Survey by May 3. The survey helps us understand our progress toward our shared goal of making UCSF an inclusive and supportive place to work.

  • Joe Bengfort, Senior Vice President, Associate Vice Chancellor, and UCSF Chief Information Officer

    Now Available: Versa, UCSF Generative AI Platform

    Versa, UCSF's secure generative artificial intelligence (AI) platform, is now available across the UCSF enterprise. The platform is approved for use with UCSF data while offering a safe and protected environment for faculty, staff, and learners to leverage generative AI technologies.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    Carol Dawson-Rose to Lead UCSF School of Nursing

    Dr. Carol Dawson-Rose has been selected as the next dean of the UCSF School of Nursing. She currently leads the school’s Department of Community Health Systems and brings more than 35 years of experience to her new role, as well as a passion for advancing research, education, and diversity.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    Payam Nahid Named Executive Director, Institute for Global Health Sciences

    Payam Nahid, MD, MPH, a renowned global leader on tuberculosis who has been a member of our UCSF community for two decades, will be the next executive director of the UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences.

  • Dan Bernal, Vice Chancellor, Community and Government Relations

    You Are the Difference on Election Day

    Vice Chancellor Dan Bernal reminds community members to vote and provides guidelines for voting and ballot tracking.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    No Place for Antisemitism

    In light of two incidents of antisemitic graffiti at Mission Bay, Chancellor Hawgood condemns these acts of hate without exception and offers resources. Anyone with information is urged to report it to UCSF Police.

  • Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD, Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Outreach

    New UC Anti-Discrimination Policy

    The ODO announces a new UC Office of Civil Rights and UC Presidential Policy on Anti-Discrimination, which is effective February 20, 2024. Vice Chancellor Navarro thanks UCSF community members who contributed to development of the policy.

  • Dan Bernal, Vice Chancellor, Community and Government Relations

    You Are the Difference. Vote.

    UCSF urges participation in the 2024 California Presidential Primary Election on March 5.

  • Chancellor Sam Hawgood

    UCSF Police Accountability Board

    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.