The UC Boards of Regents met for its bimonthly meeting from Tuesday to Thursday. The regents discussed the Accellion data breach, their proposed tuition model and future UC development projects. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The Board of Regents, the governing body of the University of California, met for its May meeting from Tuesday to Thursday via teleconference. The board discussed its proposed cohort tuition model, the Accellion file transfer data breach and new development projects across the UC system.
The University of California will continue using a standardized-test-blind approach to admissions through at least 2025, according to a settlement reached between the University and plaintiffs Friday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s education recovery task force presented its recommendation for building a more accessible path to higher education following the COVID-19 pandemic at a briefing Tuesday.
UCLA’s medical school received the second-highest funding nationally among academic medical centers in 2020 from the National Institutes of Health.
According to a UCLA Health press release, the David Geffen School of Medicine received around $590 million in grants from the NIH last year.
A strong sense of imposter syndrome hits Aaron Sokthavy Tann at the start of each quarter.
With the quick turnaround of UCLA’s quarter system, Sokthavy Tann said he finds it hard to adjust to new instructors when classes begin – especially amid online classes.
A proposed constitutional amendment would allow a second student member on the University of California Board of Regents to vote in board decisions, strengthening the presence of students’ voices and advocacy efforts, UC students said.
Some sexual assault survivors’ rights groups think President Joe Biden’s plan to reform Title IX policies introduced by the previous administration could make the legal system more considerate of survivors.
UCLA will establish a curriculum about social justice with a focus on data using a $5 million grant.
The curriculum will offer students a data-driven approach to researching, teaching and learning about social justice, said UCLA spokesperson Katherine Alvarado in an emailed statement.
This post was updated April 10 at 10:48 a.m.
Administrators from a UCLA school met with Black student activists and are planning to increase funding and create new positions at the school to promote diversity in response to a student petition from January.
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