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June 23, 1994 | ALICIA DI RADO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A UCLA cancer researcher and immunologist has been selected to be UC Irvine's new executive vice chancellor, the university's second highest position, UCI officials announced Wednesday. Sidney H. Golub, the interim dean and provost of medical sciences at the UCLA School of Medicine, will take over the post Sept. 19, UCI spokesman Scott Nelson said. UCI Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening picked Golub from three other candidates for the position.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1998 | TINA NGUYEN and LISA ADDISON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
UC Irvine's No. 2 administrator announced this week that he will step down next week, a sudden decision that has left the campus bracing for more changes as a new chancellor prepares to take the helm on July 1. In an electronic message, UCI Chancellor Laurel Wilkening notified campus officials that Executive Vice Chancellor Sidney Golub will leave his administrative duties effective July 1 to return to teaching and research in the school's College of Medicine.
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OPINION
December 3, 1995
Your Nov. 20 editorial on the allegations of wrongdoing by UC Irvine doctors at the now-closed fertility clinic correctly pointed out the frustrations in trying to get a clear picture of just how many women may have been victimized by these doctors' alleged acts of transferring eggs or embryos without the patients' consent. At UCI, this frustration is compounded by the fact that we still do not have a substantial portion of the patient records kept by these doctors, despite our having sued them for the records earlier this year.
OPINION
December 3, 1995
Your Nov. 20 editorial on the allegations of wrongdoing by UC Irvine doctors at the now-closed fertility clinic correctly pointed out the frustrations in trying to get a clear picture of just how many women may have been victimized by these doctors' alleged acts of transferring eggs or embryos without the patients' consent. At UCI, this frustration is compounded by the fact that we still do not have a substantial portion of the patient records kept by these doctors, despite our having sued them for the records earlier this year.
NEWS
June 23, 1995 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mary Piccione and Herb Spiwak, beleaguered officials of UCI Medical Center who got the ax Thursday following weeks of scathing headlines, received glowing notes from the university's second in command, Sidney H. Golub, just days earlier.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1998 | TINA NGUYEN and LISA ADDISON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
UC Irvine's No. 2 administrator announced this week that he will step down next week, a sudden decision that has left the campus bracing for more changes as a new chancellor prepares to take the helm on July 1. In an electronic message, UCI Chancellor Laurel Wilkening notified campus officials that Executive Vice Chancellor Sidney Golub will leave his administrative duties effective July 1 to return to teaching and research in the school's College of Medicine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS
William J. Lillyman, a 28-year UC Irvine faculty member, will temporarily become the executive vice chancellor, a position he held for six years in the 1970s and 1980s. Appointed by Chancellor Ralph Cicerone, Lillyman will fill the position until university administrators redefine the duties and search for a permanent administrator. He replaces Sidney H. Golub, executive vice chancellor since 1994, who is stepping down to return to his faculty position at the UCI College of Medicine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 29, 1997
A doctor who worked in the UCI fertility clinic sued the university and its two top officials Wednesday, alleging they libeled her with the intention of harassing her into leaving the school. The suit filed in Santa Ana Superior Court by Dr. Jane L. Frederick accuses Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening, Executive Vice Chancellor Sidney H. Golub and the university of making "reckless and false allegations" against her and of intentional infliction of emotional distress.
NEWS
August 23, 1997 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Irvine has formally evicted a herd of horses and other animals kept by two groups on campus, because they stand in the way of a student recreation center planned for the site. Representatives of the Wilderness Horse Owners Assn., which tends 26 free-range horses, and the 4-H club, which cares for pigs, ducks, goats and other animals, must vacate the campus' last vestige of rural grounds by the end of February and August of next year, respectively. Executive Vice Chancellor Sidney H.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1997 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Irvine has formally evicted a herd of horses and other animals kept by two groups on campus because the animals stand in the way of a student recreation center planned for the site. Representatives of the Wilderness Horse Owners Assn., which tends some 26 free-range horses, and the 4-H club, which cares for pigs, ducks, goats and other animals, must vacate the campus' last vestige of rural grounds by the end of February and August 1998, respectively. Executive Vice Chancellor Sidney H.
NEWS
June 23, 1995 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mary Piccione and Herb Spiwak, beleaguered officials of UCI Medical Center who got the ax Thursday following weeks of scathing headlines, received glowing notes from the university's second in command, Sidney H. Golub, just days earlier.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1994 | ALICIA DI RADO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A UCLA cancer researcher and immunologist has been selected to be UC Irvine's new executive vice chancellor, the university's second highest position, UCI officials announced Wednesday. Sidney H. Golub, the interim dean and provost of medical sciences at the UCLA School of Medicine, will take over the post Sept. 19, UCI spokesman Scott Nelson said. UCI Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening picked Golub from three other candidates for the position.
NEWS
December 15, 1995 | JULIE MARQUIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An attorney for a former office employee at UC Irvine's fertility clinic says her client offered university officials documents in 1992 showing at least 35 women were possible victims of egg and embryo thefts, but the officials refused to look at the evidence until three years later.
NEWS
June 3, 1995 | JULIE MARQUIS and TRACY WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A whistle-blower in the UCI fertility clinic scandal agreed as part of a $495,000 settlement to return patient medical charts, financial records, audit reports and other documents she had taken from the university. The whistle-blower--whose name was blacked out in copies of the settlement obtained by The Times--claimed she had been "retaliated against" for reporting unlawful activity.
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