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Thursday, September 19, 2019

49 New Recommendations for future UC protests

In response to the 2011-2012 systemwide campus protests, University of California President Mark Yudof asked UC Vice President and General Counsel Charles Robinson and Berkeley Law Dean Christopher Edley Jr. for a finalized review...

News In Brief

UCR and City Recognized in Rankings Over the summer of 2012, the University of California, Riverside was honored with several awards. In recognition of culture, diversity and community awareness, UCR was named in the top 10...

Chancellor Town Hall Meeting

During his quarterly town hall meeting on June 5, Chancellor White presented an overview of the current state of UCR, investments toward UC institutions and accompanying initiatives in the area of social reform. Chancellor...

Riverside Named Intelligence Community of 2012

On June 8, 2012, the Intelligence Community Forum (ICF) named Riverside as the Intelligent Community of 2012 at Steiner Film Studios in Brooklyn, New York. Riverside is the first city in the U.S. to...

UCR Task Force Update

On June 4, the UCR Task Force on Speech and Assembly convened for their second meeting of the year to discuss the draft of the UC Protest Guidelines and statements from accompanying UC campuses....

News in Brief

UC Board of Regents Appoint UC Provost The former dean of UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies Aimee Dorr will be serving as the next University of California provost and executive vice president...

UCLA’s Anderson school may end state funding for MBA program

UCLA's Faculty Legislative Assembly has voted in favor of a proposal which would eliminate state funding for the Anderson School of Management program. Approval from UC President Mark G. Yudof and the Academic Senate...

UCSF sets example for open access to research

UC San Francisco (UCSF) has become the largest scientific institution in the nation and the first UC campus to allow for public access to its research publications. The university, which publishes around 4,500 scholarly...

Berkeley chancellor opposes 10% cap on out-of-state enrollment

UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau is one of the first high-ranking officials to express his opposition to a proposal aimed at capping out-of-state UC enrollment at 10 percent. The proposal was introduced by California...

Polls show majority in support of Gov. Brown’s tax initiative

Recent Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California poll results revealed mixed news for Governor Brown as support for his proposed tax initiative has declined in recent months, although the proposal still retains a majority...