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July 28, 1989 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
Before the University of California builds any new campuses, it should improve undergraduate education and become more "cost effective" on existing campuses, state Supt. of Public Instruction Bill Honig said Thursday. In a surprising and wide-ranging attack, Honig said in an interview that UC undergraduates are short-changed, that faculty members do not teach enough and that some of their research is of questionable value.
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July 1, 2011 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The University of California's effort to recruit more out-of-state students for the extra tuition they pay is having a strong impact on the incoming freshman class, with nonresidents making up 12.3% of the new class, up from 8% in the school year just ended, according to figures released Thursday. The biggest increases in out-of-state and international students will be concentrated at the three UC campuses that are the most selective, and perhaps most widely known outside California.
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February 19, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Facing a projected enrollment boom for the next 20 years, the University of California probably has to build a 10th campus, or even an 11th or 12th, UC officials said Thursday. "We are beginning to plan how to plan for another campus," William Baker, UC vice president in charge of budget and university relations, said at a meeting of the Board of Regents.
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July 28, 1989 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
Before the University of California builds any new campuses, it should improve undergraduate education and become more "cost effective" on existing campuses, state Supt. of Public Instruction Bill Honig said Thursday. In a surprising and wide-ranging attack, Honig said in an interview that UC undergraduates are short-changed, that faculty members do not teach enough and that some of their research is of questionable value.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 2011 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The University of California's effort to recruit more out-of-state students for the extra tuition they pay is having a strong impact on the incoming freshman class, with nonresidents making up 12.3% of the new class, up from 8% in the school year just ended, according to figures released Thursday. The biggest increases in out-of-state and international students will be concentrated at the three UC campuses that are the most selective, and perhaps most widely known outside California.
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October 17, 1986
Responding to predictions that University of California enrollment will swell by 21% by the turn of the century, a member of the UC Board of Regents proposed building a 10th campus, to be located in Fresno. Leo S. Kolligian, a Fresno attorney, asked his colleagues to study the idea of a campus to serve the "neglected" Central Valley residents, but the board, meeting at UC Irvine, took no action.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 2000
Re "33 Schools Miss Deadline for UC Admissions Program," Dec. 1. Failure of any school to include its students in the Eligibility in Local Context program is a disservice to the community. Parents and students expect that the top 4% of seniors receive their Eligibility in the Local Context for University of California enrollment. Based on Anna Gorman's article, one might be justifiably disappointed to learn that one school in the Oxnard Unified High School District (Channel Islands High School)
NEWS
March 10, 1994
San Gabriel Valley's Asian American community has been up in arms over the state Senate's rejection of the first Chinese American to be nominated to the UC Board of Regents. Representatives of 21 Asian American organizations gathered in Monterey Park last week to show support for Dr. Lester Lee, a Northern California businessman turned down for the post in a committee vote Feb. 24, and in a full Senate vote Thursday. Marina Tse of the Chinese American Education Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1992
I am writing to alleviate the fears of community college students and their parents who read the Aug. 5 Commentary, "UC Irvine Bars to Transfer Students Should be Lifted," and called UCI worried that their offers of admission are now invalid. UCI has not and will not adopt a policy that bars transfer students from admission. California's longstanding Master Plan for Education includes two important principles relative to transfer students. First, that the University of California enrollment be approximately 40% lower division students--freshmen and sophomores--and 60% upper division--juniors and seniors.
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March 31, 1989 | LARRY GORDON and DOUGLAS SHUIT, Times Staff Writers
California's public universities must work harder to recruit minority students and professors and should require all undergraduates to take a course in ethnic studies, said a major legislative report released Thursday. "Dismal" is the way the report described the representation of minorities on public university faculties in California. At UC, for example, only 9.
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February 19, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
Facing a projected enrollment boom for the next 20 years, the University of California probably has to build a 10th campus, or even an 11th or 12th, UC officials said Thursday. "We are beginning to plan how to plan for another campus," William Baker, UC vice president in charge of budget and university relations, said at a meeting of the Board of Regents.
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