Announcements

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

Want to get down and express your creativity with unique tools and techonologies? The Makers Lab is a chill space where students, staff, and well, anyone with a UCSF ID can do just that! Opened in April 2016, The Makers Lab is located just past th

The time has come to thank and honor faculty, staff, and students/residents/postdoctoral scholars who go above and beyond in service to our local, regional, and global communities!

Think of it as TEDx for the grad set.

Don’t miss Dr. Matt Springer's crucial home earthquake preparedness presentations at UCSF. Many people who have recently moved to the San Francisco Bay Area do not realize that it is imperative to arrange their homes to prevent serious damage and injury due to an earthquake, while many long-time residents mistakenly think they are prepared because they have extra water — and students assume that quakes wait until after they get their degrees and move away.
UCSF students are nothing if not passionate about science and health — so why not share that enthusiasm with future generations? Find out how you can bring hands-on learning to students in San Francisco's public schools (K-12) during a meeting of Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) staff and past and present volunteers.

The UCSF Academic Senate is seeking nominations for its Distinction in Teaching Award 2017. There are two categories: one for faculty at UCSF five years or fewer; and another for faculty at UCSF over five years.

Welcome new and continuing students for the 2016-17 academic year!

Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS) provides comprehensive primary care and mental health care at two clinics.