In the midst of the University of California’s struggle to overcome a host of budgetary challenges, University President Mark Yudof announced on Friday that he would step down and open the way for “fresh leadership.” The UC president will officially end his term — which first began in 2008 — [...]
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The UC Board of Regents voted to endorse Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed tax initiative, which would save the 10-campus system from a 20.3 percent tuition hike in the 2012-2013 year, during their July meeting at UC San Francisco Mission Bay. In a 25-1 vote with only Regent Russell Gould dissenting, [...]
Governor Jerry Brown’s latest budget proposal, which calls for an additional $38 million cut to the University of California and further restrictions on Cal Grant recipients, could result in a 6 percent tuition increase for the upcoming 2012-2013 school year, according to UC officials. The proposal was announced yesterday and [...]
The UC Office of the President announced last week that the University will combine payroll services, human resources and other administrative transactions into a single shared service at UC Riverside beginning July 2013. The UCPath Center — part of the Working Smarter Initiative launched in July 2010 to cut costs [...]
At Daily Nexus writers’ training, all potential Nexites are given a bible of codes and instructions, known as Nexustentialism, which they are instructed to consult in the event of journalistic crisis or controversy. The first paragraph under the packet’s “Ethics” section, an excerpt from the American Society of Newspaper Editors [...]