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Monthly News & Updates
July 2021 | Issue
UCSF and UC Events
Digital Accessibility Office Hours
This is an interactive work session around digital accessibility with a focus on using Siteimprove for automated testing.

Thursday, July 22, 2021 from 9-10:20 a.m. PT
UC Tech 2021
UC Tech is the annual University of California Technology Conference (formerly known as the University of California Computing Services Conference - UCCSC). Each summer a different UC campus hosts UC Tech.

August 9-11, 2021
Other Events
6th Annual Women in Life Sciences - Believe & Achieve
Come hear the career stories, challenges, and successes of the featured panelists who will share their personal journeys in the biopharmaceutical industry, the challenges women can expect to face, as well as general advice for women (and others) hoping to build their careers in the Industry.

Thursday, August 19, 2021 from 5-7 p.m. PT
Women in Tech Festival 2021
Join fellow professionals at Silicon Valley Forum’s annual event for three full days of virtual and in-person programming that includes inspiring talks, keynotes, startup pitches, thought-provoking discussions, educational workshops, career mentorship, and networking.

October 13-15, 2021
Job Opportunities
Check out the technology-related positions below or visit the UCSF careers webpage and search "technology".
LinkedIn Learning Highlights
This month's theme is NETWORKING. Check out these courses to enrich your journey of lifelong learning!
Articles
Bringing Inclusive Language into IT

By Katie Chappell and Kristen McIntyre. In recognition that language is essential to an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) is piloting an Inclusive IT Language Guide for the IT community...

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cio.ucop.edu
Turn Tech to Your Advantage in the New Hybrid Workplace

With people splitting work hours between office and home, it can be a challenge to figure out what tools to use in which situation. When the pandemic blended our professional and personal lives...

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www.nytimes.com
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