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April 9, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
Three months short of her retirement, UC Riverside Chancellor Rosemary S.J. Schraer suffered a life-threatening stroke Wednesday, officials said. Schraer, 67, was found unconscious in her car Wednesday morning and was taken to Riverside Community Hospital, where she was placed on life-support systems in the intensive care unit, according to campus spokesman Jack Chappell. Schraer, head of the Riverside campus since 1987, is expected to retire June 30. Her successor will be Raymond L.
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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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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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April 9, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
Three months short of her retirement, UC Riverside Chancellor Rosemary S.J. Schraer suffered a life-threatening stroke Wednesday, officials said. Schraer, 67, was found unconscious in her car Wednesday morning and was taken to Riverside Community Hospital, where she was placed on life-support systems in the intensive care unit, according to campus spokesman Jack Chappell. Schraer, head of the Riverside campus since 1987, is expected to retire June 30. Her successor will be Raymond L.
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March 21, 1987 | ANNE C. ROARK, Times Education Writer
The University of California Board of Regents on Friday approved the appointments of four new chancellors, including the first two women ever to hold these top administrative posts in the UC system. The regents, meeting at UCLA, announced that Barbara S. Uehling, 54, former chancellor of the University of Missouri, Columbia, will become chancellor of the University of California, Santa Barbara, filling the spot vacated in December by Robert A.
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June 19, 1989 | Compiled by Alma Cook, Times researcher
UCLA, celebrating its 70th commencement, held 12 separate ceremonies for its schools and colleges over the weekend. Degrees were conferred on more than 8,000 students. Rosemary Park, UCLA emeritus professor of education and former college president and UCLA vice chancellor, delivered the keynote address at the principal ceremony Sunday for the College of Letters and Sciences. Honorary Awards: Park. Robert McCormick Adams, anthropologist and secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.
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May 12, 1989
UC Riverside administrators have discriminated, harassed and retaliated against staff members on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin and disability for more than 20 years, 24 employees contended in a class-action discrimination complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Labor. The case falls under federal jurisdiction because the campus holds contracts with the U.S. government. Labor Department investigators have been on campus to interview staff members who signed the complaint, officials said, and Labor Department investigators met last week with Chancellor Rosemary S.J. Schraer, said university spokesman Jack R. Chappell.
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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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January 15, 1993 | LARRY GORDON and KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Laurel L. Wilkening, an expert on planetary science who is second-in-command at the University of Washington in Seattle, will be named today as chancellor of UC Irvine, UC officials said. Wilkening, 48, would become the third chancellor in the history of the 28-year-old Orange County campus, succeeding Jack W. Peltason, who took the helm as University of California system president last October.
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November 5, 1990 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
What a difference a decade has made at UC Riverside. Ten years ago, the campus between citrus fields and the Box Spring Mountains was paranoid about disastrously declining enrollments and its stereotype as the neglected stepchild of the UC system. Rumor had it that the state wanted to shut the school down or at least chop away at faculty ranks.
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March 21, 1987 | ANNE C. ROARK, Times Education Writer
The University of California Board of Regents on Friday approved the appointments of four new chancellors, including the first two women ever to hold these top administrative posts in the UC system. The regents, meeting at UCLA, announced that Barbara S. Uehling, 54, former chancellor of the University of Missouri, Columbia, will become chancellor of the University of California, Santa Barbara, filling the spot vacated in December by Robert A.
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