On behalf of Vice President Barbara Allen-Diaz, we are passing along to you the announcement today by the Regents naming Aimee Dorr as the next University of California provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs.
June 19, 2012
Aimée Dorr, veteran dean of UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, today (June 19) was named the next University of California provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs.
As UC provost, she will serve as the system’s chief academic officer and lead efforts to ensure the academic excellence of UC’s 10 campuses during a time of unprecedented fiscal...
- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
Yudof responds to May Revise
Governor Jerry Brown released his revised state budget proposal yesterday, May 16. The governor’s revised budget holds UC cuts to $500 million, but also described reductions that would be proposed should the state adopt an “all-cuts” budget in lieu of extending certain temporary taxes.
“The governor in his budget document asserted that, in an all-cuts budget, reductions in state funding for the University of California would be doubled, to $1 billion in cuts,” President Yudof said in a statement released in response to the proposal.
“Doubling the cut would reduce the state’s contribution to the university’s core funds – monies that pay professors and staff members,...