A message to the UC community from President Michael V. Drake, M.D.
As Michael V. Drake, M.D., assumes his new role as UC’s 21st president, he sends his greetings and gratitude to the entire university community.
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Explore UC Riverside's Community GardensThe UCR Community Gardens provide a space to educate, engage, inspire and feed the campus and local community.
UC Office of the President
June 19, 2012Aimée Dorr, veteran dean of UCLA's Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, was named the next University of California provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs.
June 14, 2012Stepping up to the global challenge of trying to keep plastic waste from clogging waterways, coastlines and landfills, UC Berkeley is the first university in the world to embrace the Plastic Disclosure Project.
June 12, 2012Program develops courses that prepare teens for the rigors of college while teaching trade skills at the same time.
January 20, 2021
University of California President Michael V. Drake, M.D., released the following statement today (Jan. 20) in response to President Biden’s executive order reinstating the U.S. to the Paris climate accord.
January 19, 2021
The University is an essential economic engine for the state, supporting over half a million jobs and contributing to the economy in every region.
January 11, 2021
The University of California announced today (Jan. 11) that it is planning for a return to primarily in-person instruction systemwide starting fall 2021, enabling prospective and current students as well as their families to understand our goal well in advance amid the uncertainties of the pandemic.
January 8, 2021
Gov. Newsom’s budget provides $136.3 million of new ongoing support to the University of California, including $103.9 million to partly restore the $300.8 million in reductions made last year to UC. The proposal also includes $32.4 million for ongoing targeted investments in other areas, such as expanding access for student mental health services and supporting UC Programs in Medical Education (UC PRIME), which combine specialized coursework and training experiences that allow future physicians to better support underserved populations.