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CA Controller Publishes 2019 Payroll Data for University of California and Community Colleges

CA Controller Publishes 2019 Payroll Data for University of California and Community Colleges

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today published the 2019 self-reported payroll data for the University of California (UC) and California Community College (CCC) districts on the Government Compensation in California website. The data cover 408,740 positions and a total of nearly $20.39 billion in 2019 wages. Users of the site can view compensation levels […]

University of California Must Stop Using SAT, ACT in Admissions, Judge Rules

University of California Must Stop Using SAT, ACT in Admissions, Judge Rules

BY TOM OZIMEK The University of California (UC) system must stop considering SAT or ACT scores in decisions on admissions and financial aid, a judge has ruled, citing pandemic-related difficulties faced by some students in accessing test sites. The decision to mandate a so-called test-blind arrangement, issued Sept. 1 by Alameda Superior Court Judge Brad Seligman, is a victory for […]

University of California Program Seeks to Prevent Nurse Suicides

University of California Program Seeks to Prevent Nurse Suicides

BY BRAD JONES   Nurses are at a higher risk than the general population for suicide, according to a nationwide study published Feb. 3. And University of California–San Diego researchers, who conducted the longitudinal study, said a pilot program at the university to help nurses at risk has proven successful and is ready to roll out nationally. “Nurses are […]

Upcoming UC Master Gardener Events

Upcoming UC Master Gardener Events

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University of California chancellors break with faculty, condemn boycotts of Israel

University of California chancellors break with faculty, condemn boycotts of Israel

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Is this good news—the Chancellors of the UC system are opposed to killing off the State of Israel.  Or is it bad news that professors, the folks in the classroom each day teaching, hate Israel and freedom, while loving terrorists. “In a historic first for the […]

Master Gardeners Program Class Info. — FREE for Your Garden

Master Gardeners Program Class Info. — FREE for Your Garden

There is no cost to attend; however, you must register to ensure enough seating and supplies for all. Use the links listed below the class descriptions to enroll.The Master Gardener Program of Ventura County want to help you love your garden with FREE science-based techniques to get you growing. Ojai All classes are held at […]

CA Controller Publishes 2016 Salary Data for University of California, Community Colleges, Fairs, Expos, and First 5 Commissions

CA Controller Publishes 2016 Salary Data  for University of California, Community Colleges,  Fairs, Expos, and First 5 Commissions

State Controller Betty T. Yee today updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2016 self-reported data for the University of California (UC), community college districts, fairs and expositions, and First 5 commissions – a total of 445,374 positions and more than $18.69 billion in wages.  Users of the site can: View compensation levels […]

University of California Presents – 2016 Pitahaya/Dragon Fruit Field Day

University of California Presents – 2016 Pitahaya/Dragon Fruit Field Day

Anti-Israel movement faces pushback from University of California

Anti-Israel movement faces pushback from University of California

UC Pension Crisis Creates Teachable Moment

UC Pension Crisis Creates Teachable Moment

Californians have abysmally low levels of civic engagement as evidenced by the recent election where voter turnout set an historic low. And the widespread disengagement of California’s younger voters is even worse. True, in 2008 California’s youth turned out in large numbers to elect Barack Obama as President. And in 2012 they turned out again […]

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