October 5, 1989 |
Gov. George Deukmejian will recognize nine California artists, arts patrons and community leaders for significant contributions to the arts with the first Governor's Awards for the Arts, the California Arts Council announced Wednesday. The annual awards, sponsored by the council, will be presented by the governor and Mrs. Deukmejian at a black-tie fund-raiser on Nov. 2.
December 22, 1989 |
Cal State's faculty union is strongly protesting a 43% salary increase--to $195,000--that system Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds will receive on Jan. 1. On the same date, the top professors' pay increases 4.8% to about $55,500. "This is an absolute outrage," Robert Gurian, legislative advocate for the California Faculty Assn., said of the raise for Reynolds and increases of 21% to 28% for 27 other top Cal State administrators.
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September 12, 1990 |
The California State University system took its first step Tuesday toward sale of the Bel-Air house that was its chief executive's residence and became a controversial symbol of extravagance contributing to the forced resignation last spring of Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds.
April 27, 1990 |
Gov. George Deukmejian played an influential role in the events that led W. Ann Reynolds to resign last week as chancellor of the California State University system, sources close to the events say. Angry because Reynolds secretly engineered huge pay raises for herself and other top CSU administrators, Deukmejian made it clear to members of the CSU Board of Trustees--most of whom are his appointees--that he would not object to the chancellor's dismissal, trustees and others told The Times.
May 13, 1987 |
California State University Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds, fending off an attempt to remove her from office, received a qualified vote of confidence Tuesday from the CSU Board of Trustees. After a 3 1/2-hour closed-door discussion at the system's Long Beach headquarters, the board released a statement that said Reynolds' performance had been "noteworthy" since she took over the huge university system in September, 1982. The vote to approve the statement was 17 to 6, trustees said later.
June 2, 1987 |
The California State University Board of Trustees unanimously approved on Monday a resolution that calls on Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds to change some of her ways in her dealings with board members and subordinates and in her approach to running the Cal State system. The board also voted to reorganize the university's central administration, creating the office of executive vice chancellor as a strong second-in-command to Reynolds.
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January 20, 1988 |
Cal State Long Beach President Stephen Horn is clashing again with state university Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds--this time over when he should vacate the office he already has agreed to leave. Horn thinks his last day on the job should be July 1, as indicated in the letter of resignation he submitted to university trustees two months ago after receiving a performance review severely critical of his management skills and relations with the faculty and community.
May 17, 1990 |
California State University trustees pushed system Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds out of office Wednesday, 4 1/2 months earlier than originally planned, and appointed Cal State Hayward President Ellis E. McCune as acting chancellor. Officials said the moves were aimed at quickly restoring public confidence that they believe has been lost due to the recent controversy over large and secret pay raises for Cal State executives that led to Reynolds' forced resignation last month.
April 27, 1990 |
The California State University system is planning to sell the multimillion-dollar Bel-Air residence of its chancellor in a further effort to ease criticism about extravagance that led to last week's forced resignation of Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds. Under a proposal described by officials Thursday, the three-bedroom house on 1.
June 1, 1990 |
W. Ann Reynolds, who was forced to resign recently as chancellor of the California State University, is the front-runner to head an even more politically troubled education system--the City University of New York. According to well-placed sources in New York, Reynolds' problems in California over secret pay raises and a bad relationship with legislators have not hurt her chances to become chancellor of CUNY.