Emergency support From UC’s benefit plans
Posted 12/8/2017 - Dear Colleagues, As wildfires continue to burn in Southern California, I'd like to remind you of the support available from UC's benefit plans for those of you impacted by the fires:...
Presidential policy proposed for open access for theses and dissertations
Posted 12/8/2017 - UC Office of the President invites comments on a proposed Presidential Policy on Open Access for Theses and Dissertations. The policy is new and includes the following key issues: There is currently no systemwide uniformity or policy for...
ANR news blog
Added December 1, 2017
The shot hole borer beetle could kill 38 percent of all trees in the L.A. region Akif Eskalen Shannon Lynch, Los Angeles Times, Nov. 30, 2017 The shot hole borer could kill as many as 27 million trees in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino...
Added November 1, 2017
Burning question: Can California prevent the next wildfire? Glen Martin, California Magazine, Oct. 31, 2017 The incentive for city council members and county supervisors is to encourage development and expand tax bases, said UC ANR researcher and UC...
Added October 2, 2017
Rice acreage is down, and yield seems to be tooSteven Schoonover, Chico Enterprise, Sept. 30, 2017The Sacramento Valley rice harvest, now underway, is expected to come in about 10 percent lower than normal because of late planting due to the wet spring...
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Added November 29, 2017
Thanks to everyone who participated, UC ANR's #GivingTuesday campaign was a tremendous success. “We surpassed our goal of $60,000, raising $85,168,” said Mary Maffly Ciricillo, director of Annual Giving and Individual Gifts. “This is...