An update on the UC ANR Strategic Plan Accomplishments has been posted. Find out about our recent achievements to…
- Enhance research and extension facilities
- Increase resources for programming
- Ensure relevant programming
- Employ top talent
The strategic plan positions the UC ANR organization to achieve its vision of improving the lives of every Californian through our research and extension. More information about the overall strategic plan and previous UC ANR Strategic Plan Accomplishment reports can be found at
Join Associate Vice President Wendy Powers at one of five regional information sessions being held in late July and early August to talk about Goal 5 of ANR's Strategic Plan, which involves conducting a process to align programs and services with the 2025 Strategic Vision. The purpose of Goal 5 of the UC ANR Strategic Plan is to assess both current and future needs, strengths and impacts of our work, then align our efforts such that we are positioned to achieve the 2025 Strategic Vision.
The San Diego session has reached capacity, but you can still register for one of the other locations at
Often UC ANR is called upon to both maintain traditional program areas while at the same time address emerging challenges for the state. These challenges are complex, often with no immediate solution, but unmet they have the potential for severe unintended consequences. UC ANR personnel respond to these growing needs with a finite amount of time and resources. The purpose of Goal 5 of the UC ANR Strategic Plan is to assess both current and future needs, strengths and impacts of our work, then align our efforts such that we are positioned to achieve the 2025 Strategic Vision.
Associate Vice President Wendy Powers will be holding five regional information sessions throughout California during late July and early August to talk...
As you know, attracting and retaining highly qualified employees is a top priority for UC ANR. To be more competitive among many diverse employment markets, we have developed a plan to address the competitiveness of our staff salaries.
As part of UC ANR's overall compensation strategy, I have approved a four-year Market-based Adjustment Plan for non-represented staff to ensure salaries of existing staff are better aligned with the labor market. All non-represented staff are eligible to participate in this plan, regardless of their position's funding source. For some of you whose compensation has fallen behind market rates, the Division is making a significant effort to address this issue, as long...
Vice President Glenda Humiston will host a Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 18, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., to discuss UC ANR's new five-year Strategic Plan. The plan defines 15 goals to enhance UC ANR's research and extension mission, support employees and volunteers, address financial stability, bolster administrative excellence and increase awareness of UC ANR's value. Members of the senior leadership team will present the main points of the plan and address any questions you may have.
The strategic plan, which can be viewed at http://ucanr.edu/stratplan1.10.2017, will guide us as we “operationalize” our