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Title IX documents reveal wave of sexual misconduct cases at UC Davis

These Title IX investigations, which were obtained by The Daily Californian through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request, make up the second wave of UC Davis cases that have been revealed to the public. Earlier this year, UC Davis disclosed documentation of 14 other investigations of university SVSH policy violations.
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UC academic researchers choose union representative

Pending official certification by PERB, this will allow academic researchers to begin collective bargaining with UC administration, during which they will reportedly seek improved working conditions, including further career development, increased job security and greater compensation.
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UC Board of Regents discusses proposed UC budget, basic needs

The proposed UC budget will be shown to the California Department of Finance in advance of Gov. Jerry Brown’s January state budget proposal. The UC’s priorities in its budget plan include expanding access to higher education, improving degree attainment, addressing urgent capital needs and keeping the UC affordable.
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UC Office of the President spends $735K on report, begins structural overhaul

On Jan. 17, 2018, Huron released a report that outlined potential strategies to make UCOP more efficient. Now, some of those suggestions are being acted upon. Klein said in an email that it is unclear what the structural overhaul will cost in total as they do not have a final invoice. On Nov. 14, the Compliance and Audit Committee will meet at the UC Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco to discuss how much will be spent on these changes, according to Student Regent Devon Graves.
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