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On Oct. 15, the California legislature passed SB 201, a bill that extends the right to unionize to a subsection of the graduate student community. This measure directly affects some UCSF graduate students.

If you’re interested in connecting with local authors, exploring the topic of mental illness, and engaging in the creative process, you owe it to yourself to attend Nomadic Press at UCSF: Mental Health and Creative Practice.

Now more than ever, it is critical that individuals join the #UCSFStandsUp movement to help shape public policy that enables us to continue advancing health.

Start the school year off with the official UCSF Passport Discount Program, your destination to savings.

Do you want to gain teaching experience? Inspire young people in science?

UCSF is holding free drop-in flu shot clinics for all UCSF employees, students and volunteers until Friday, Sept. 29.

Are you part of an exemplary partnership program that promotes health equity in San Francisco? Why not trumpet achievements with a 2017 Excellence in Partnership Award?

Have you heard of UCSF Connect? UCSF Connect is the official online social networking platform for UCSF alumni, students, residents, fellows, postdocs, faculty and staff. Launched last month and co-sponsored by all the UCSF alumni associations, the Office of Alumni Relations, and the Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD), UCSF Connect allows you to connect with classmates and colleagues, expand your network, and learn about UCSF events and opportunities. Here are five reasons to join UCSF Connect.

Scientists know that race is based solely on subjective evaluation of physical traits. In the genes, race cannot be discerned. Scientists are uniquely qualified to speak with authority on the issue — or rather non-issue — of race.

For the sixth year in a row, UCSF students have chosen the professor they most want to hear answer the question, “If you had one lecture to give, what would you say?” Join the Graduate & Professional Student Association, Student Life and the A