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Work Begins on Modernizing the UCSF Parnassus Campus

July 07, 2015 Construction at the UCSF Parnassus campus will address structural issues and modernize buildings.

More Than 60 Gather for First ABOG Mentee Reunion

October 17, 2014 More than 60 mentees attended the first ABOG (Academic Business Officers Group) mentorship alumni reunion at UC San Francisco on Sept. 4 at the Millberry Union Conference Center. Mentees from 1991 to present listened to John Plotts, senior vice chancellor of Finance and Administration, address the group.

Ribbon-Cutting Celebrates the Opening Of Mission Hall

October 01, 2014 Mission Hall, also known as the Global Health & Clinical Sciences Building, opened for classes in early September, and the spacious, sunny building is just beginning to hum with activity as students and faculty begin to make it their home. The official ribbon cutting ceremony took place Oct. 1.

Arts & Events Program Celebrates 50 Years

August 28, 2014 Did you know that UC San Francisco's Arts & Events Program is celebrating a 50-year anniversary? The team at Campus Life Services, Arts & Events would like for you to learn more about our rich history and also take a survey that will help us program new, creative and innovative activities far into the future.

Summit Brings Forth Ideas on Sustainability and Environmental Impact

June 12, 2014 In an effort to better address concerns about humans’ impact on the environment and to communicate ongoing efforts to improve the world in which we live, the UCSF Office of Sustainability held a “Health and Sustainability Summit” at the Mission Bay campus.

UCSF Releases Physical Plan for 2035

May 23, 2014 UCSF has drafted a new plan to govern its physical growth over the next two decades and is seeking public comment on it through the end of September.

UCSF Sets Future Vision for Innovation Through Inclusive Planning Process

May 15, 2014 As UC San Francisco marks 150 years since its start as a medical college, the University is looking ahead at how it will continue to lead the next revolutions in health, education and science.

UCSF Police Invites Community to Public Hearing

April 09, 2014 The UCSF Police Department is inviting the UCSF community and neighbors to help evaluate the department’s work through a public hearing on April 15.

UCSF Presents Plans for Mission Bay Purchase

March 14, 2014 UCSF presented preliminary plans for the acquisition and development of a new site at Mission Bay to community members on March 13.

UCSF In Discussion to Acquire Mission Bay Property

March 07, 2014 UCSF is in advanced discussions to acquire a parcel of land known as Blocks 33 and 34, adjacent to the current UCSF Mission Bay campus.

Big Ideas for UCSF 2.0 Initiative Move Forward

January 29, 2014 UC San Francisco is moving forward in its quest to map its future through year 2025, an initiative known as UCSF 2.0.  

UCSF 2025 Generates Ideas to Enhance Campus Life in Health, Wellness

November 05, 2013 During the 36-hour UCSF2025 game, more than 2,600 players shared ideas that ran the gamut from “blue sky” dreams to what could be “quick wins” that the University can do to enhance campus life.

UCSF Vice Chancellor Named Interim Vice Provost of Academic Affairs

June 10, 2013 J. Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD, vice chancellor of Diversity and Outreach, has been appointed interim vice provost of Academic Affairs while an internal recruitment to fill the position is underway. J. Renee Navarro, MD, PharmD

City, UCSF Celebrate 10 Years of Discovery, Development at Mission Bay

January 24, 2013 Leaders from city and state government, science and industry, joined the UCSF community at the ten-year anniversary party on Wednesday to celebrate the creation of the $3 billion Mission Bay campus.

UCSF Mission Bay: A San Francisco Success Story

January 23, 2013 A decade after opening its first research building at San Francisco’s Mission Bay, UCSF has far surpassed its ambitious vision for a campus that today is an epicenter for science, health and hope.

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