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COVID-19 Updates: As Omicron cases continue to rise, please be aware of the actions you must take to comply with new mandatory policies. All eligible employees and learners must receive a booster vaccination by Jan. 31, 2022. Please read this message and continue to check the coronavirus website for the latest news and information. In addition, the COVID-19 Response Town Hall on Friday, Jan. 3 will cover the Omicron surge and its impact at UCSF, as well as new policies. 
2022 Founders Day Award Nominations: The nomination period for the 2022 Founders Day Chancellor Awards are now open through Feb. 16. The annual awards recognize and celebrate our colleagues for their extraordinary contributions to the University, as well as to the larger local and global community. Nominations are being accepted for the Chancellor Award for Exceptional University Management, the Chancellor Award for Exceptional University Service and the Chancellor Award for Public Service
Train for a New Career as a Medical Assistant: Are you or your UCSF colleagues interested in a career in Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, or EKG Tech? Earn in-demand certifications and learn how to perform routine tasks for successful entry into the health care field. Convenient evening/weekend hybrid online classes and in-person labs, externship (backfill compensated), and ongoing job placement support included. Provided for free in partnership with UCSF Anchor Institute and Bay Area Medical Academy, a small minority owned entity. Apply by Jan. 10 for the February program » 
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Wellness Corner
Welcome to 2022, a time to focus on you! Which pillar of wellness will you be focusing on in 2022? Visit for wellbeing resources to help you reach your 2022 goals.
Virtual Events
Thursday, Jan. 27, Noon

Come hear about the progress on our organization-wide action plan and share your feedback on ways to continuously increase engagement. UCSF Chancellor Sam Hawgood and Chief Clinical Officer Joshua Adler will kick off the event.
UCSF staff, faculty, and students are eligible for discounts on select days.