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.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municpal Employees, or AFSCME 3299, declared a patient and care service worker strike against the University of California this past Friday on allegations of attempts by the UC to illegally threaten union-involved employees.
Sacramento Superior Court Judge David Brown issued an injunction yesterday exempting certain union employees from participating in this week’s two-day strike of UC Medical Centers by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3299. The court-issued injunction will require approximately 100 Patient Care Technical Employees to work during […]
Although a record number of California residents sought admission to the University of California system this year, the 10-campus system plans to enroll a higher proportion of out-of-state students than ever before in an attempt to partially offset the effects of the budget cuts.