- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
Published on: January 7, 2014
In 2011, UC ANR created the Taxonomy and Personnel System (TPS) to inventory and report the collective expertise within the Division. You may wonder, “Who else works in urban agriculture, or in livestock and dairy, or in community development, or with watersheds, or with beneficial insects, etc.?” With the Taxonomy system, you can click on any such category, and many more, to get a list of names and/or display them on a GIS map!
We’re asking all UC ANR academics to review and update their areas of expertise in TPS now. Timing is important. You and Program Council can use TPS to gather information on ANR’s programmatic footprint to inform the development of positions in response to the...
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