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.
Students and alumni express frustrations after being forced to turn to social media posts and personal networks to protect themselves following a nationwide cyberattack.
On March 29, the University of California received notice that the personal information of employees, alumni, retirees and current and prospective students were compromised following a cyberattack on the Accellion file transfer appliance.
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.
This post was updated April 28 at 5:18 p.m.
The University Council-American Federation of Teachers adopted a strike readiness resolution and pledge after two years of negotiations with the University of California Office of the President over improved job security, fair wages and compensation of unpaid workload for UC lecturers.
University of California officials rejected demands to abolish the university police but said the university should decrease the police budget and reshape officer roles for more accountability at an event Wednesday.
The University of California released a proposed plan Thursday that would require employees and students at all UC campuses to receive a COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus in the fall.
This post was updated April 23 at 12:20 p.m. to reflect additional information about graduate student compensation.
Graduate student researchers across the University of California system are looking to form a union to secure equitable working conditions, pay and protection from unfair firings.
Some UCLA students and prospective University of California students expressed uncertainty in the UC’s ability to protect their personal information following a nationwide cybersecurity attack.
Hackers stole information from around 100 organizations including universities, government institutions and private companies, along with the UC by exploiting a vulnerability in file transfer company Accellion’s product called the Accellion File Transfer Appliance, UC officials announced in a press release Friday.
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