UC Santa Cruz is now one player in a wave of universities offering a selection of classes online — for free.
UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal and Executive Vice Chancellor Alison Galloway answer various questions from student media organizations for quarterly press conference. Questions range from mattes on student unification to the issue of equal allocation and funding among the UC system.
In a formal roundtable setting, the various student media organizations on the UCSC campus met with Chancellor Blumenthal and EVC Galloway to discuss issues pertinent to the UCSC student body at large.
UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway sat down on April 14 with student media organizations to discuss issues facing the university. City on a Hill Press, KZSC, SCTV, TWANAS and The Fish Rap Live! touched on the topics of decentralization and the $500 million cut to the UC system.
The UC Board of Regents convened on Wednesday, March 16 to discuss how the University of California will address another half-billion dollar drop in state funding from Governor Brown’s proposed budget.
Student media news organizations met with Chancellor George Blumenthal and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway at the chancellor’s quarterly press conference on Monday. Among other issues, the administrators responded to queries about the governor’s proposed budget and the future of American studies.
UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal sat down with City on a Hill Press, KZSC and other campus media organizations to discuss his opinions on student activism, the new executive vice chancellor and how he hopes he will be viewed in the future.
Teaching assistants and fellow students gathered at Kerr Hall to deliver a “report card” to Chancellor George Blumenthal, Monday while the the same report cards were delivered to UC Chancellors systemwide. The evaluation, graded and signed by 6,000 members of UAW Local 2865, graded administrators on sharing the budget crisis burden equitably, prioritizing excellent education, [...]
The American Civil Liberties Union is screaming foul play for the university’s handling of the Kerr Hall occupation. Still, the administration is holding its ground.
Five students arrested after demonstrating inside the Capitol.