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June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1989 | Compiled by Alma Cook, Times researcher
Graduation ceremonies for the following universities were held Saturday. Biola University awarded degrees to 412 students and featured radio personality David Hocking, who heads the Biola Hour broadcasts and is pastor of Calvary Church in Santa Ana, as the keynote speaker at its 81st commencement. Hocking was awarded an honorary degree, along with muralist Kent Twitchell, who organized the 1984 Olympic Mural Project. The University of Redlands celebrated its 80th commencement in the Alumni Greek Amphitheatre.
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September 29, 1987
The new president of the University of Redlands will be James R. Appleton, currently vice president for development at the University of Southern California. Appleton replaces Douglas R. Moore, who died in March. "I believe in the value of the small private university and Redlands has a tradition of innovative leadership in liberal arts education," said Appleton, whose appointment was announced Monday. Appleton, 50, is expected to take over the Redlands presidency by Dec. 1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1998
Presidents of private colleges and universities commanded handsome salaries in 1996-97. Yet none of them knocked USC football coach John Robinson from his perch as the best-paid man in academia. His salary was $527,000 1/3at least it was until he was fired at the end of 1997.Nor have many of California 3/8s college presidents earned as much as their counterparts at Eastern schools, according to a nationwide survey of federal tax returns by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
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June 2, 1993 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chapman University's application to join the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has been denied, although conference officials have encouraged Chapman to re-apply in September, 1994, Chapman announced Tuesday. Chapman, attempting to make the transition from NCAA Division II to non-scholarship Division III, had applied to join the SCIAC in 1994. If the next application is accepted, the earliest Chapman could join is January, 1995.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1997
Presidents of private colleges and universities in California were paid handsomely in 1995-96, yet none of them commanded as much as USC football coach John Robinson's compensation package of $505,016. Nor did they earn as much as the leaders of many Eastern schools--or even some professors, particularly in medical schools--according to a nationwide survey of federal tax returns by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Here are the cash compensation and benefits for the top 10 private college presidents in the nation and for some of California's higher education leaders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 2002 | SCOTT GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The "och tamale" and the "gazump deyump" were a good start, but the University of Redlands found its real salvation on the back of a 1980 Buick. An Arcadia man is scheduled today to deliver a California license plate that reads "YAHOO" to the university. The plate's arrival spells the end of a 12-year odyssey of sorts at the Inland Empire campus.
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