Yesterday’s University of California Board of Regents meeting began with a Public Comment session featuring students and workers addressing the rights of union workers and undocumented students, as well as a proposal for a tuition freeze for the 2014 to 2015 school year, made by newly elected UC President Janet Napolitano.
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Along with protests against newly-elected UC president Janet Napolitano, the UC Board of Regents meeting that took place yesterday at the Conference Center in UC San Francisco Mission Bay featured discussion of various issues currently affecting UC campuses, such as the role of information technology services.
Mario Vasquez proposes that higher education should not be a political game.
UC President Janet Napolitano announced a new initiative yesterday in her first major speech as UC President that will allocate $15 million of non-state funds toward undocumented students, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students across the UC system.
During Wednesday night’s Associated Student’s Senate meeting, UC Regent and UCSB alumnus George Kieffer made an appearance with Chancellor Yang to speak words of encouragement to the senators. In addition to Kieffer’s appearance, public forum speakers and executive officers delivered reports discussing upcoming projects, and senators tabled two bills dealing […]