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Advancing Lab Safety Towards Excellence

A woman working in a lab. Photo: UCI Research Safety Services

When Research Safety Services at UC Irvine evaluated their safety program, several gaps were found in
lab safety which were hindering their safety goals.

UC IT Town Hall with President Drake, September 14

UC President Michael V. Drake, MD

Don’t miss the UC IT Town Hall with President Michael V. Drake on Tuesday, September 14. The town hall will be moderated by UC Davis CIO Viji Murali and incoming UC CIO Van Williams.

This event will be recorded and,…
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SiteFarm: A UC Collaboration for Drupal Web Publishing

UC Tech 2019 Sautter Awards presentation. Mayra Solano, 3rd from left; Kristen Lineberger, 5th from left; and Shawn DeArmond (UCD), center, holding plaque.

By Val Trullinger. Awards tend to be given at the end of major projects—if you’re lucky. Your team spends months, if not years, of blood, sweat, and tears; and sends their product out to the world, hoping it does well.


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Masks in the Making: UCD Health IT Project Manager Coordinates Community COVID Project

Several multi-colored face masks

By Yvonne Tevis. Colleen Gordon doesn’t sew—but early in the pandemic she co-founded a mask-making project that produced 6,000 home-sewn masks—masks that would go to neighbors, patients, the homeless, and anyone who needed one.

An IT project manager for UC…
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Artificial Intelligence: Can We Trust Machines to Make Fair Decisions?

woman with computerized background

By Catherine Kenny. Artificial Intelligence touches almost every aspect of our lives, from mobile banking and online shopping to social media and real-time traffic maps. But what happens when artificial intelligence is biased? What if it makes mistakes on important…
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UCD Health Creates Dashboard to Consolidate COVID Vaccination Information

By Kristen Godfrey. The vaccination effort is a national emergency. UC Davis Health needed to manage its response in a data-driven way to ensure that we identified and targeted our efforts to those most vulnerable to contracting COVID-19.

To achieve…
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UCD Hosts Information Security Symposium, June 15-16

UC Davis Information Security Symposium, June 15-16, 2021, Adapt

Don’t miss the 10th biennial Information Security Symposium virtual event, June 15-16, 2021, presented by UC Davis. Security and technology professionals and administrators from throughout the University of California, California Community Colleges, California State Universities, and state agencies, are…
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They’re Winners! But Keep Floppy from Your Smartphone

By Ahna Heller. The UC Davis duo Floppy and Cow did a star turn in January: A nationwide higher ed tech communications group judged them to be stellar examples of short promotional videos about college tech and security.

The Association…
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Save the Date: May 5 Campus Usability Workshop

UC Berkeley, User Centered Design

Don’t miss the Campus Usability Workshop, hosted by UC Berkeley’s User-Centered Design group, on May 5 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

This event features a usability assessment of Berkeley campus projects and a presentation about design systems from guest developers…
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