UCR Extension Hosts Webinar Focusing on Fraud

UCR Extension is hosting “A Vulnerable Population: Combating Fraud Among Seniors,” a four-hour webinar covering Internet fraud, mail fraud and identity theft on Saturday, Sept. 12. The webinar is associated with UCR Extension’s Professional Certificate in Fiduciary Management program but the public is welcome. Tuition is $95 through Sept. 6 and $145 after that.

For further information and to register for the webinar go to: A Vulnerable Population: Combating Fraud Among Seniors.

Click here to find out more about the Professional Certificate in Fiduciary Management.

More Did You Know?

View the BAS Client Survey Results

The UC PD gets very high marks for professionalism and service, according to the results of a client survey for all of the units reporting to Vice Chancellor Ron Coley.

Police Chief Mike Lane and his operation earned the highest scores and recommendations with 83 percent of those surveyed endorsing the service to campus. See the report from the survey here:  http://bit.ly/1RA24fe

New Business Store @ UCR Now Open

Did you know that there are now two campus Post Office locations to help with all your domestic and international mailing needs? The first is located in the Corporation Yard, adjacent to Campus Fleet Services. The more recently opened on is within the Business Store across from the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf cafe. The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to  5 p.m.

For questions, call the Business Store @ UCR at (951) 827-4444 (Copy Center) or (951) 827-4438 (Post Office).

UCR Earns LEED GOLD Certification

The UCR Student Recreation Center was designated a LEED Gold Certified building. The certification came from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), which recognized UCR’s efforts to design and build a facility with measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.

Revamped UC Jobs Website Offers Improved Search, Sharing

The University of California has revamped its systemwide jobs website to make searching easier and even sharable. The website — jobs.universityofcalifornia.edu — allows current and prospective employees to easily find open staff positions at all UC locations. People can search one location, multiple locations or all of them at once.

The new design showcases the opportunities at UC in a warm, welcoming and engaging format. It makes it easier to search for and sort jobs across all UC locations. In addition, people can now easily share job opportunities by email, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. And they can connect with UC’s Careers page on LinkedIn.

The website also provides links to faculty and other academic career opportunities and resources, as well as open positions at Berkeley Lab.

UCR Hosts Computing Services Conference

The University of California Computing Services Conference will be held at UCR this year from Aug. 16 to Aug. 18. Begun as a grass-roots effort by UC campuses to share knowledge and information, technologists from the UC campuses have met each summer since 1982 to discuss common issues associated with providing and supporting information technology services at the University of California.

For more information and registration information, go to http://uccsc.ucr.edu/register.  Registration costs $250 until July 6. On July 7, the price will increase to $300 and remain open until July 31, or until CNC hits the 300 registrant limit. For questions, email uccsc@ucr.edu.

Free SRC Week Until June 28

Through Sunday, June 28, faculty, staff and alumni can  use the SRC for free. All you need is the UCR ID card or other photo ID for proof of membership eligibility.

Participants can take any of the fitness & wellness classes offered during the free week, and may be attended on a drop-in basis.

SRC Membership is available to UCR faculty, staff, alumni and International Exchange Program students through University Extension. It costs $208.00 per quarter, payable at the SRC front counter. Staff & faculty may also join for $69.34 per month through payroll deduction.

For more information, go to www.recreation.ucr.edu or call the SRC at 827-5738 or 827-5731

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