Education

Online education seen as key part of curriculum

Course catalog could comprise as much as 11 percent of undergrad curriculum over the next five years.

Online ed aims to meet undergrads' needs

Report highlights development of for-credit courses as part of the undergraduate curriculum.

Medical students learn through song

UCSF pathologist uses power of song to teach hard-to-learn facts

Online program gains momentum

UC Online transcends the classroom environment with additional courses available to UC and non-UC students.

Study abroad still fresh at 50

UC Education Abroad Program introduces shorter sessions to increase accessibility for students yearning for the study abroad experience.

UC-led institutes help high schoolers ‘nail algebra’

Program develops courses that prepare teens for the rigors of college while teaching trade skills at the same time.

Business school program targets underrepresented students

Talented minority college students need access to great career-building opportunities, and California needs those students. That was the message University of California representatives, elected officials and African American community leaders delivered Tuesday (Jan. 24) as they unveiled a landmark partnership between UC and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

UC alum Lisa Flynn (left)

UC shares Peace Corps public service commitment

UC marks 50 years of involvement with the venerable volunteer organization.
Sukanya Chakrabarti

UC postdoc fellowship program encourages diversity

The UC President's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program launches new careers.

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