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Catherine Hamilton
Hamilton was the 2023-2024 News editor and a Copy staff member. She was previously the 2022-2023 national news and higher education beat editor and a national news contributor.
Hamilton was the 2023-2024 News editor and a Copy staff member. She was previously the 2022-2023 national news and higher education beat editor and a national news contributor.

Campus

May 15, 2024 10:24 a.m.

Abel Valenzuela Jr. appointed as dean of UCLA College Division of Social Sciences

Abel Valenzuela Jr. will be the next dean of the UCLA College Division of Social Sciences, removing the interim status from the post he’s held since September 2022. 
Valenzuela joined UCLA’s faculty 30 years ago, now holding appointments in Chicana/o and Central American studies, labor studies and urban planning. 
He previously chaired the Department of Chicana/o and Central American studies, directed the Center for the Study of Urban Poverty and was special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy.

By Catherine Hamilton

Campus

May 10, 2024 8:06 p.m.

UCLA Academic Senate continues debate on Gene Block’s censure, no-confidence votes

The UCLA Academic Senate will continue consideration of a vote to censure or a vote of no confidence in Chancellor Gene Block into its next meeting May 16 amid a lack of consensus from voting faculty. 
The former, current and incoming chairs of the UCLA Academic Senate – Jessica Cattelino, Andrea Kasko and Kathy Bawn, respectively – released a statement Tuesday announcing the emergency two-hour teleconference senate legislative assembly meeting.

By Shaanth Kodialam and Catherine Hamilton

A Closer Look

May 9, 2024 4:42 p.m.

UAW members rally in Court of Sciences to support strike authorization vote

This post was updated May 9 at 11:28 p.m. 
This post was updated May 9 at 10:43 p.m.
Around 100 members of the United Auto Workers Local 4811 Union gathered in the Court of Sciences on Thursday to discuss an upcoming strike authorization vote in response to UCLA’s recent decisions regarding the now-dispersed Palestine solidarity encampment. 
The union – which represents UC academic student employees, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars – announced Monday that it will vote May 13 to 15 to authorize a strike.

By Catherine Hamilton

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