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May 19, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
University of California regents on Thursday gave UC President Robert C. Dynes, under fire for months over an executive pay controversy, a qualified vote of support, endorsing his continued leadership of the UC system. Regents Chairman Gerald L. Parsky, speaking on behalf of the board, said its members were convinced after a lengthy closed-door meeting with Dynes that he understood the dimensions of the compensation problems and was capable of correcting them.
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April 4, 2008 | Larry Gordon
The next president of the University of California will be showing up for work earlier than expected. When he was hired last week by UC regents, Mark G. Yudof said he expected to leave his current post as chancellor of the University of Texas system and start at the UC office in Oakland by summer's end. But on Thursday, Yudof said he will take over at UC on June 16. Part of the reason is that the University of Texas acted swiftly to name Kenneth I....
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 2008 | Larry Gordon
The next president of the University of California will be showing up for work earlier than expected. When he was hired last week by UC regents, Mark G. Yudof said he expected to leave his current post as chancellor of the University of Texas system and start at the UC office in Oakland by summer's end. But on Thursday, Yudof said he will take over at UC on June 16. Part of the reason is that the University of Texas acted swiftly to name Kenneth I....
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August 14, 2007 | Richard C. Paddock, Times Staff Writer
University of California President Robert C. Dynes, whose four years in office have been marked by dwindling budgets and a scandal over compensation for top officials, announced Monday that he will step down by June. Though praised by associates for his "extraordinary intellect," Dynes appears to have lost the support of key members of the UC Board of Regents who believe the 10-campus system must act more aggressively to maintain its excellence.
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February 9, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
University of California President Robert C. Dynes, testifying before a state Senate panel investigating reported extravagance and secrecy in UC's executive pay practices, apologized Wednesday for what he described as his own and the university's shortcomings on the issue, and promised change. "I take responsibility for the fact that the university has not always met its obligations to public accountability" in disclosing executive compensation, Dynes told lawmakers. "And I believe I owe you ...
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May 18, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson and Stuart Silverstein, Times Staff Writers
University of California President Robert C. Dynes fought to hang on to his job Wednesday, making a dramatic appearance before UC's Board of Regents in which he sought to explain his role in a string of controversial decisions over executive pay and benefits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
The University of California, under scrutiny by legislators and others for extravagance and secrecy in pay packages for senior executives, also gave unusually lucrative perks to two top aides of UC President Robert C. Dynes, according to documents released Friday. The benefits were approved several years ago when the employees agreed to accompany him from UC San Diego, where he was chancellor, to Oakland and his new position as UC president. Dynes has led the 10-campus system since October 2003.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 14, 2007 | Richard C. Paddock, Times Staff Writer
University of California President Robert C. Dynes, whose four years in office have been marked by dwindling budgets and a scandal over compensation for top officials, announced Monday that he will step down by June. Though praised by associates for his "extraordinary intellect," Dynes appears to have lost the support of key members of the UC Board of Regents who believe the 10-campus system must act more aggressively to maintain its excellence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 2006 | Rone Tempest and Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writers
A trio of state legislators Wednesday called for the beleaguered president of the University of California to resign or be fired following a series of critical reports that have shown widespread irregularities in the way UC compensates its top managers and professors. State Sens. Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) and Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria) held a news conference to urge UC President Robert C.
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May 14, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
Two prominent lawmakers want him to resign over an executive pay scandal that has shaken the state's top public university system. A third legislator demands his firing. And he has been criticized in newspaper editorials up and down the state. But just days before a make-or-break appearance before his governing board, University of California President Robert C. Dynes said he had no plans to step down.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
University of California regents on Thursday gave UC President Robert C. Dynes, under fire for months over an executive pay controversy, a qualified vote of support, endorsing his continued leadership of the UC system. Regents Chairman Gerald L. Parsky, speaking on behalf of the board, said its members were convinced after a lengthy closed-door meeting with Dynes that he understood the dimensions of the compensation problems and was capable of correcting them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson and Stuart Silverstein, Times Staff Writers
University of California President Robert C. Dynes fought to hang on to his job Wednesday, making a dramatic appearance before UC's Board of Regents in which he sought to explain his role in a string of controversial decisions over executive pay and benefits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
Two prominent lawmakers want him to resign over an executive pay scandal that has shaken the state's top public university system. A third legislator demands his firing. And he has been criticized in newspaper editorials up and down the state. But just days before a make-or-break appearance before his governing board, University of California President Robert C. Dynes said he had no plans to step down.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 2006 | Rone Tempest and Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writers
A trio of state legislators Wednesday called for the beleaguered president of the University of California to resign or be fired following a series of critical reports that have shown widespread irregularities in the way UC compensates its top managers and professors. State Sens. Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) and Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria) held a news conference to urge UC President Robert C.
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April 1, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
The University of California, under scrutiny by legislators and others for extravagance and secrecy in pay packages for senior executives, also gave unusually lucrative perks to two top aides of UC President Robert C. Dynes, according to documents released Friday. The benefits were approved several years ago when the employees agreed to accompany him from UC San Diego, where he was chancellor, to Oakland and his new position as UC president. Dynes has led the 10-campus system since October 2003.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 2006 | Rebecca Trounson, Times Staff Writer
University of California President Robert C. Dynes, testifying before a state Senate panel investigating reported extravagance and secrecy in UC's executive pay practices, apologized Wednesday for what he described as his own and the university's shortcomings on the issue, and promised change. "I take responsibility for the fact that the university has not always met its obligations to public accountability" in disclosing executive compensation, Dynes told lawmakers. "And I believe I owe you ...
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March 2, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
UC Santa Cruz psychologist and dean Martin M. Chemers has been appointed acting chancellor of the campus. University of California President Robert C. Dynes announced the appointment Monday, and the UC Board of Regents will vote on it March 18. A national search to select UC Santa Cruz's next chancellor will be conducted. Chemers will replace outgoing Chancellor M.R.C. Greenwood, who will become provost and senior vice president of the UC system.
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November 21, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The University of California Board of Regents voted Thursday to create a national security laboratories board of directors. "The [board] will bring a breadth of strong expertise to the oversight of the weapons laboratories," said UC President Robert C. Dynes.
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