Coming together, keeping together and working together during unprecedented times.
Although we live in challenging times, few organizations are managing those challenges as well as UC ANR. Throughout our community, at every level, staff and academics have innovated and found new ways to ensure that our local communities continue to be served by our programs, our research and our partnerships. You have all shown your ability to adapt and have demonstrated a high level of resilience in a continually changing and unprecedented environment these past months. Yet, even resilience requires renewal and revitalization.
Therefore, as we continue to adjust to ongoing change, I want to encourage all UC ANR people...
I am pleased to call for nominations for the UC Women's Initiative for Professional Development. This program aims to cultivate a vibrant, professional network of women across the UC system, and is designed for mid-career women, including academics and staff, who demonstrate the potential to advance their careers within UC.
Along with the campuses, ANR has the opportunity to send four women through the 2017 program: two in the Northern California cohort and two in the Southern California cohort, with one ANR staff person and one ANR academic in each cohort.
The program consists of four monthly in-person, day-and-a-half...
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- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
The Executive Working Group has been notified that ANR is receiving an increase in USDA Smith-Lever funding, and has directed these funds in FY 2010-11 to program development by advisors and program representatives. These funds will be allocated to county directors in the amount of $1,000 per advisor and $500 per program representative, regardless of their source of funding.
These funds are to be used in support of professional development expenses such as professional travel to meetings, conference registration, seminars and in-service trainings. Use of these funds will be approved by each county director.
Funds will be transferred by the Business Operations Center at Kearney to a program development account for each...