April 28, 1986 |
Higher education reaped a record $6.32 billion harvest of gifts from corporations, alumni and other private sources in 1984-85, up 13% from the previous year, according to a survey released today. About $1.1 billion of that estimated total went to a dozen elite private and public universities. The University of California system received $178.4 million in donations. Harvard University led private institutions with $145.
October 9, 1986
The Nov. 4 vote on Proposition 56 will decide the future of two UCLA construction projects. If approved by a simple majority of voters, the bond measure will provide $233 million for capital projects in 1986-87, including $86.4 million for the University of California system. At UCLA, the funds are needed to construct a $6.2-million addition to the School of Law and for design of a $1.35-million chemistry and life sciences project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1991
I am responding to the Jan. 23 coverage of the pro- and anti-war rallies: My hard-earned tax dollars help support the University of California system. The students attending UCI are there for one purpose only: education, which I help provide. How dare they skip classes, indiscriminately wasting my money! And as for Prof. Rowe, who canceled his class to attend the rally--fire him! Let him protest on his own time. KASSY HEPPS, Santa Ana
September 8, 1986
Eight finalists have been selected for the 31st annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards, which recognize work done by graduate and undergraduate students in the University of California system. The finalists are Marian Treger, Sally Groo, Stephen Erickson, Jennifer Collopy, Allison Anders, Mike Werb and Cynthia Williams of UCLA, and Charlie Russell of UC San Diego. They are competing for three awards of $5000, $2500 and $1000 respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 2005 |
UCLA has turned its Chicana and Chicano studies programs into a full-fledged academic department, making it the second campus in the University of California system to have such a department. UC Santa Barbara was the first. Chicano studies has been an area of study at UCLA since the 1973-74 school year, but converting the field from an instructional center to a department will give it a higher profile on campus, the university said.
January 24, 2001 |
* The World Wide Web's premier naming authority has selected the former top technical advisor for the University of California system as its new president and chief executive. The Internet Corp. for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) said that its board of directors elected M. Stuart Lynn to succeed Michael Roberts as president and CEO of the Marina del Rey-based organization.
May 28, 1987
An in-depth look at the University of California system will be presented in a new weekly public affairs program on Century cable television, formerly Group W. "An Open Window," which will premiere Monday, includes programming from each of the nine UC campuses including UCLA, whose contributions will include segments on film restoration, the plight of the homeless in Los Angeles and India's political and economic climate. The shows will air at 4 p.m. Tuesdays, 8 p.m. Thursdays and at 10:30 a.m.