President Janet Napolitano
Speech: President Napolitano addressed the Good Morning, Riverside community organization.
Speech: A Trifecta for the future: Higher education, California and innovation
Napolitano reviews pressing UC issues and initiatives in her remarks at the January 2015 Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay.
In her remarks at the November 2014 Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay, Napolitano lays out the Long-Term Stability Plan for Tuition and Financial Aid.
Janet Napolitano reflects on lessons from her first year leading the University of California.
Speech: Keynote address at the New York Times Schools for Tomorrow conference.
In her first column for a partnership with New America Media, Napolitano dispels myths about the cost of UC and reminds Californians that UC is within reach.
Napolitano argues for the value of our nation’s public universities and colleges as major investments in our collective future.
In her remarks at the July 2014 Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay, Napolitano introduces the Global Food Initiative and the Presidential Match for Endowed Chairs.
Speech: Napolitano's keynote to the Joint Summer Meeting of the APLU highlights international research, Global Food Initiative.
President Napolitano announced a major global food initiative, concluding a series of events at a student-run garden on the UCLA campus.
Press Conference: Napolitano announces the launch of the UC Global Food Initiative, an effort to harness UC resources to help make world's food supply nutritious and sustainable.
Napolitano acknowledges student award winners and discusses key issues/initiatives in her remarks to the Board of Regents at its May 2014 meeting in Sacramento.
Speech: Napolitano accepts the Beacon Award from the University of Pennsylvania’s Trustees’ Council of Penn Women, presented to highlight Penn’s commitment to women’s issues and recognize leaders who have demonstrated this same commitment.
Napolitano says that UC was built on the idea of "igniting stars" through students, faculty and research, and pledges to expand university collaboration with the Laboratory.
Napolitano explores Fernández-Armesto's analysis of the history of the Hispanic presence in the United States and its implications for education and immigration reform today.
Speech: Aligning university research with the goals of California's climate change policymakers
Napolitano provides updates on presidential initiatives in her remarks to the Board of Regents at its Jan. 22, 2014 meeting.
Napolitano introduces new initiatives in her remarks to the Board of Regents at its Nov. 13, 2013 meeting.
New UC President Janet Napolitano envisions California and the university leading the way to "a society that is more prosperous, more enlightened."
Napolitano's first major speech as president, delivered before the Commonwealth Club of California.