With enrollment increasing over the next five years, students at the University of California are about to learn, painfully, that hindsight really is 20-20.
Recently, UC Merced received full approval from the UC Regents to nearly double the campus’ capacity by 2020.
Janet Napolitano’s plan to enroll an additional 10,000 students at the University of California would expand opportunities for thousands of California residents, but shrink the prospects of those at the school already.
I guess we should have known; they call it a “research institution,” not a “student institution.”
Recently, UCLA has launched a number of “Grand Challenge” projects designed to face some of the largest, most pressing problems of our time.
Los Angeles has joined the conversation on gun control.
In late July, a ban on firearm magazines with capacity for 10 or more rounds of ammunition was enacted in the city.
When compared to the city in which it resides, UCLA is a heaven for environmentally friendly construction. But with a little bit of collaboration we can use the knowledge from one of the best research universities in the world to help improve its community as well.
The Greek system – commonly seen as dangerous by many not within it – has become the college version of the chicken or the egg riddle: Is it the system that causes its problems, or those within it?
After an academic year full of tension surrounding the University of California’s increasing costs, the University has just volunteered to increase them anyway.
All UC employees who work at least 20 hours a week will be paid a minimum hourly wage of $15 an hour within three years, a wage increase that the UC has said will cost an estimated $14 million.
There is a need for a refocusing of undergraduate education away from grades and tests toward learning.
Education in primary school, secondary school and undergraduate programs emphasizes assessments and ranking of students to the detriment of learning.
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