A biweekly publication for faculty and staff
April 12, 2013


Researchers studied nearly 7,000 sounds and faces the infants made to judge whether the infants' expressions were positive, neutral or negative.

Message from Leadership

Dean Aldenderfer talks about the campus's upcoming curation facility for fossil remains.


Anyone who’s called, emailed, dropped by or tried to schedule an appointment with the dean of the School of Engineering has likely interacted with D.B. Quan.


Professors Karin Leiderman and Suzanne Sindi are using math to solve biology-based puzzles.
Engineers for a Sustainable World has found a way to carve out a little room on campus for a community garden.
The book “Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality” follows a group of 53 women who started college at the same mid-tier state university and lived on the same dormitory floor, as they went through college and out into the workforce.

Human Resources

Information about reimbursement claims, investment workshops, the campus training schedule and new employee orientation.

Tech Corner

University holidays not showing up in your calendar after the Office365 migration? Information Technology has a solution for you.

Business and Financial Services

Get the latest news and updates from Business and Financial Services. This week's items include UCOP's upcoming Risk Summit, a new addition to CatBuy, links to UCPath information and more.


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