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March 21, 1992
Raymond L. Orbach, provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science, was named chancellor of UC Riverside, according to an announcement Friday by the UC Board of Regents. A physicist, Orbach, 57, was selected from 119 applicants and nominees after a six-month nationwide search. He will begin the job July 1. He succeeds Rosemary S.J. Schraer. Orbach, a Los Angeles native, was praised by UC system President David P.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1992
Raymond L. Orbach, provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science, was named chancellor of UC Riverside, according to an announcement Friday by the UC Board of Regents. A physicist, Orbach, 57, was selected from 119 applicants and nominees after a six-month nationwide search. He will begin the job July 1. He succeeds Rosemary S.J. Schraer. Orbach, a Los Angeles native, was praised by UC system President David P.
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March 20, 1992 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The next chancellor of UC Riverside is expected to be Raymond L. Orbach, a nationally prominent physicist who has been provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science for the past decade. According to a high-ranking UC official, the Board of Regents is likely to approve Orbach's appointment today at a meeting at UCLA. Orbach will take over the Riverside job from Rosemary S. J. Schraer, who is retiring July 1 after five years as chancellor. UC system President David P.
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March 20, 1992 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The next chancellor of UC Riverside is expected to be Raymond L. Orbach, a nationally prominent physicist who has been provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science for the past decade. According to a high-ranking UC official, the Board of Regents is likely to approve Orbach's appointment today at a meeting at UCLA. Orbach will take over the Riverside job from Rosemary S. J. Schraer, who is retiring July 1 after five years as chancellor. UC system President David P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 24, 2000
On Sept. 14, the University of California regents approved salary increases for chancellors and other senior officials. These new salaries are effective Oct. 1. *--* Name/position Old salary New salary William H. Gurtner, VP, Clinical Services, UC $376,000 $389,200* Richard C. Atkinson, President, UC $337,300 $349,100 J. Michael Bishop, Chancellor, UC San Francisco $335,000 $346,700 Robert M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 2001 | DANIEL YI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Adding more uncertainty to the fate of proposed law schools at UC Irvine and UC Riverside, the highest-ranking academic officer of the state university system has recommended postponing review of the proposals indefinitely. The projects, which, if approved, would become the first public law schools built in the state since 1965, have strong support from the chancellors of the two universities. UCI Chancellor Ralph J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1998
The University of California handed out salary raises averaging 18% for its chancellors last week and the California State University system handed out raises averaging 10% to its campus presidents. The pay hikes, university officials said, were needed because the salaries of UC and Cal State leaders lag behind those offered by comparable institutions elsewhere in the nation. *--* University of California Chancellors Campus Old Salary New Salary J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1990 | LYDIA RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Chicano studies major at UCLA, which was in danger of being suspended, has been bolstered with new funding and support from Chancellor Charles E. Young. The Committee to Administer the Chicano Studies Major will be given one staff member, one researcher, office space and supplies, university officials said.
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April 11, 1992 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Rosemary S. J. Schraer, chancellor of UC Riverside since 1987 and an advocate for that campus's enormous growth, died Friday at Riverside Community Hospital after suffering a stroke two days before. She was 67. Her death came after she was removed from life-support systems. Schraer's only child, David, announced her death to a gathering of more than 500 university professors, staff members and students Friday afternoon at the bell tower at the campus center.
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September 21, 1996 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The University of California Board of Regents on Friday approved raises totaling more than $624,000 a year for 66 top executives, among them a $52,600-a-year--or 20%--raise for the director of the UC San Francisco Medical Center. UC President Richard C. Atkinson, whose salary was increased 4% to $253,300 a year, defended the raises as essential to preserve the university's ability to recruit and retain top employees.
SCIENCE
April 19, 2005 | Thomas H. Maugh II, Times Staff Writer
Researchers smashing gold atoms together to mimic conditions in the first microseconds after the creation of the universe have observed an unexpected new state of matter. Instead of the thin, fiery gas of quarks and gluons that they expected, they found instead a dense drop of the elementary particles that behaves like a hitherto unseen "perfect fluid." It is "a truly stunning finding," said Raymond L. Orbach, director of the Department of Energy's Office of Science.
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