Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Anniversary News

On what is roughly the first anniversary of Janet Napolitano's UC presidency, there seems to be a plethora of interviews, stories, etc.

She may be thinking that UC shouldn't be taking more than the (increased) number of out-of-state students than it now hands.  Maybe, tuition might be frozen for another year.  It wasn't nice of Jerry Brown to veto the extra $50 million for UC that the legislature voted.  Student fossil fuel divestment proposals are just a "bumper sticker" as opposed to UC $1 billion green investment plans.  She isn't looking to be the next U.S. attorney general.  (Not clear that there was a Sherman-type rejection, though.)  It's a great job to be UC prez.  Chancellors need to be paid more compared to other universities.  That pretty much sums it up.  But here are a couple of sources.

From the LA Times:

From the Daily Bruin:

From the UC prez herself:

Things are really going great, in short:

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