Wednesday, January 23

Faculty, regent accord at breach

Faculty, regent accord at breach Shared governance questioned in affirmative action ruling By Rachanee Srisavasdi Besides making national news, last July’s affirmative action ruling created a rift between the faculty and regents, which may be irreparable. Read more...



Grad association aims for improved involvement

Grad association aims for improved involvement By Ryan Ozimek After a quarter that saw the death of External Vice President Jim Rowe, the creation of an initiative to freeze student fees and the reintroduction of an affirmative action platform, the Graduate Students Association (GSA) has hit full stride in revitalizing graduate student government. Read more...



New program to help UCLA staff advance careers

New program to help UCLA staff advance careers Workshops, mentors provide skills for management jobs By Kathryn Combs UCLA officials have developed a program to help current staff gain the experience and knowledge to advance their career within the university. Read more...


Selection process for student regent debated

Selection process for student regent debated Concerns arise over regents’ amount of control over decision By Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff SAN FRANCISCO — Though the UC Regents will announce the new student regent today, there was growing concern at last week’s meeting that the selection process deprives the students control over choosing their representative. Read more...


New executive vice chancellor selected

New executive vice chancellor selected By Brooke Olson Concluding an intensive five-month search, the UC Board of Regents approved the nomination of Charles Kennel to UCLA’s second-highest campus office. Read more...