EVENT: UC Tech 2024 Annual Conference on October 27-29 – Save the date

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By Iris Chelaru. We are thrilled to announce the UC Tech 2024 Annual Conference website and welcome you to another exciting event in Davis and Sacramento later this year. 

The theme for this year’s conference is Collaboration for Transformation, recognizing the collaborative spirit of IT across the UC system and the opportunities and changes ahead in higher education, health, and technology. Join us for three energizing days filled with:  

  • Inspiring keynotes and presentations from leading experts in technology, education, and healthcare.  
  • Engaging workshops and breakout sessions designed to spark new ideas, build a network, and equip you with actionable strategies. 
  • Interactive exhibits and demonstrations showcasing the latest technological advancements created by and used across the UC community. 
  • Ample networking opportunities to connect with peers, share best practices, and forge meaningful collaborations. 

February 2024 updates

UC Davis and UC Davis Health are co-hosting this year’s conference in Davis and Sacramento on October 27-29, 2024. This is the first time that campus and health entities, for the same university, have co-hosted UC Tech.  

  • The Sacramento campus will host activities on Sunday, October 27 in the Betty Irene More area.  
  • The Davis campus will host activities on Monday, October 28 through Tuesday, October 29, in the Gateway District.  
  • To reaffirm our commitment to equity and inclusion and meet the diverse access and accessibility needs of the UC IT community, an asynchronous online option will be available after the event. 

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About the UC Tech Annual Conference 

In its 42nd year, UC Tech is an annual technology conference hosted by the University of California system to promote innovation, collaboration, and engagement within the IT community and highlight the positive impact of technology on teaching, learning, research, and patient care. UC Tech welcomes UC staff and faculty associated with or interested in technology.  


Iris Chelaru 
Director of Communications, Information & Educational Technology
UC Davis