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Campus Develops Guide to Teach Students With Disabilities

UC Regents Name Tien University Professor

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An Open Letter to the University Community

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New Leader at Human Resources

Homecoming Rally Moved To Rec Sports Facility

The Saxophone Stylings of Branford Marsalis Come to Zellerbach

Museum Displays Colorful Array Of Miniature Indian Paintings

Chancellor's Staff Advisory Group Seeks New Members

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Posted September 22, 1999


For information or to enroll call 643-4646.

Mind-Body Movement Series
Qi Gong. Oct. 1, 12:10-1:30 p.m.
Learn more about this ancient Chinese form of self-healing, find out how to use your energy (Qi) to balance the body, mind and spirit, and practice basic Qi Gong sitting position.

Computer Health Matters
Oct. 5, 10:30 a.m.-noon
Learn about health issues related to computer use, design a user-friendly workstation, and practice exercises to relieve computer-related aches and pains.


Coping with the Personal Impact of Proposition 209: One Year Later
Oct. 5, noon-1:30 p.m., Section Club, Tang Center
This videotape of the Oct., 1998, campus speakers forum features a diverse panel of staff describing their personal experiences surrounding the passage of Proposition 209. The panelists speak eloquently to the impacts of Prop 209, encourage dialogue among faculty and staff, and foster civility and respect for oneself and one another in the process.
No enrollment necessary.

Doing It for the Kids: Couples During Major Life Transitions
Oct. 6, noon-1:00 p.m., Section Club, Tang Center
Couples facing major family transitions are likely to feel anxiety and confusion. The speakers' research makes it clear that it is not only parenting that affects children's development, but also how parents manage their own relationships as couples. No enrollment necessary.


Workers' Compensation Benefits Procedures - Advanced
Oct. 11, 9 a.m.-noon p.m.
This workshop is designed for those who have already taken the introductory class and are interested in a more thorough understanding of supplemental and extended sick leave benefits.
Call Kathy Wong at 643-6921 to enroll.

For information on health-related workshops and events for employees, see (

Help Your Fellow Staffers:
CALS Project Seeks Volunteer Tutors

The CALS Project, which provides employees with free, one-to-one tutoring in speaking, writing, reading and math, will begin a noon-time tutor training beginning October 13. Tutors enjoy the satisfaction of working with motivated learners, at convenient times and locations.
For information, contact Program Coordinator Jane Griswold atjgris@uclink4 or call 643-5280, or see (


September 22 - 28, 1999 (Volume 28, Number 7)
Copyright 1999, The Regents of the University of California.
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