Regents at Cal-Berkeley officially rebuked university president Janet Napolitano for actions related to attempting to cover up a $175 million ‘slush fund,’ but they won’t oust her from her position.
Topic: Janet Napolitano
California Attorney General says No to Investigating California University’s Secret Fund
California attorney general declined to investigate the University of California system and its president, former Obama official Janet Napolitano, for a secret fund kept from the public and it is worth $175 million.
President of University of California System Fears Trump is Isolating and Antagonizing Mexico
Janet Napolitano, a former cabinet secretary under Barack Obama, is the current president of the University of California system. She is planning a visit to Mexico to “strengthen ties” and for her trip to be…
Sanctuary Campuses that Enable
While the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) made an attempt at an even-handed approach to the growing “Sanctuary Campus” movement, there is some evidence that there are campuses going well beyond the letter of…
California Student Newspaper thinks $25 Million Set Aside for Illegal Immigrants is Too Little
$25 million for three years is not chump change, students: “The editorial board of The Daily Bruin, UCLA’s student newspaper, argued in an editorial Monday that the decision—announced last week by UC system President Janet Napolitano—is not an adequate long term solution because it is set to expire in 2019.”
California University President Janet Napolitano Sets Apart $25 Million for Illegal Immigrant Students
This abuse of taxpayer dollars is appalling, but it is California: University of California President Janet Napolitano on Wednesday announced an earmark of $25.2 million from the system’s taxpayer-funded coffers to help support a variety of programs that assist undocumented UC students.
UC-Davis Chancellor Put On Leave during Nepotism Investigation
Several of the chancellor’s family members are on the payroll of the University of California-Davis, which puts the university system in a bad light, in addition to the chancellor, Linda Katehi.
UC Regents Listen to Jewish Community, Publicly Acknowledge Necessity of Addressing Antisemitism!
Regents scrap meaningless Principles Against Intolerance and form a committee to rework the language. Shana Tova! Great start to the new year! After hearing from dozens of students, faculty, alumni and Jewish groups yesterday at…
Economics 101: University of California’s $15/hour wage may Hurt Workers by Slashing Hours
As the College Fix noted, college student workers may see their hours cut: “President Janet Napolitano said this makes the UC system “the first public university in the United States to voluntarily establish a minimum…
Banned Phrase in California Higher Ed: America is the Land of Opportunity
Blame former Obama cabinet secretary Janet Napolitano, the current president of the University of California system, for imposing that rule on California professors. But were professors using the phrase to begin with, considering it is…