We are very happy to announce that Kim Rodrigues has accepted the Hopland Research and Extension Center director position. She has been serving as the interim director for the Hopland REC since July 2014. Her role as permanent HREC director will begin January 2, 2015.
Kim has served UC ANR in several roles, including regional director, county director, UC Cooperative Extension forestry advisor and, most recently, executive director for the Academic Personnel Unit.
We are so pleased that Kim has accepted the position and look forward to her leadership in continuing to build a successful research and extension center.
Bill Frost, Associate Vice President
Lisa Fischer, Associate...
The REC System is preparing to say goodbye to Robert Timm, director of Hopland REC, on June 30 as he retires from UC ANR. We also say "hello" to Kim Rodrigues as the interim director for Hopland REC. Kim, who is currently executive director for Academic Personnel, will serve as interim REC director from July 7 to September 8, 2014. The combination of her experience as a former UC Cooperative Extension county director and regional director and her expertise in natural resources make Kim a great fit for the interim role at Hopland REC.
Bob Timm spent 27 years of his career providing leadership, direction and operational management of Hopland REC, a REC composed of 5,358 acres of land and 74,100 square feet of buildings,...
UC ANR leaders welcome and encourage your review and comment on the five candidates invited to interview for the UC ANR Vice Provost position. You can review the public presentation portion of the interview process at the links below.
The vice provost candidates gave their presentations on April 30 and May 1. Audio volume can be adjusted at the bottom right corner of Adobe Connect with the slider next to the speaker icon.
http://uc-d.adobeconnect.com/Candidate_01 Candidate #1 – Chris Greer
Guidelines for merit increases for ANR academics and non-represented staff
As a follow up to President Yudof’s August 17 letter about merit-based salary increases for academics and staff, the following guidelines outline how the increases will be implemented.
Information about 2011-12 UC merit increases
· As the president’s letter states, the merit program is aimed at helping UC recruit and retain academics, and also to acknowledge non-represented staff...
A year ago Associate Vice President for Business Operations Kay Harrison Taber charged a new committee to guide the training coordination process, develop a comprehensive training calendar, and develop priority trainings for ANR academics and staff.
The committee is led by Linda Marie Manton of the Staff Personnel Unit, Kim Rodrigues of the Academic Personnel Unit, and Mike Poe from Communication Services and Information Technology. The Committee members represent several units in ANR with interests in internal training needs and resources to produce training materials. Representatives of the committee recently met with the Executive Working Group for a second...