Live Blog: UC Regents conclude March meeting

The UC Regents will conclude their two-day March meeting, Thursday. They’re expected to discuss a $60 temporary tuition surcharge associated with the Kashmiri v. Regents and Luquetta v. Regents lawsuit judgments among other issues today. Follow the live blog for updates throughout the day. 10:48 a.m. And, that’s a wrap. The
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Live Blog: UC Regents begin two-day meeting

The UC Regents is set to meet at the UCSF Mission Bay campus Wednesday to discuss a number of issues including the status of the Working Smarter initiative, a new social fundraising program and the next steps in selecting UC President Mark Yudof’s successor. Follow the live blog for updates
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Professors see varying success in online courses

Garcia finds himself in a similar place as other faculty members participating in the UC Online pilot program — a system-wide effort aimed at expanding the university’s online education offerings — as professors face the pains that come with developing and experimenting with online education.
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Online education: proceed with caution

UC Web-based learning should be grounded in campus efforts

Online education is an emerging issue at the University of California, with Gov. Jerry Brown and UC leadership strongly in support of moving some portion of a UC education online. At the last UC Board of Regents meeting, online education was viewed as a potentially transformational development — the modernization
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UC Regents voice concern over budget demands

Despite proposed increases in state funding for higher education, members of the UC Board of Regents expressed concerns about Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget, citing it as a temporary solution to long-term financial woes at their meeting Thursday.
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Budget approved by UC Regents Wednesday unrealistic, governor says

At its meeting Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents approved the UC’s 2013-2014 budget —  despite objections from Gov. Jerry Brown and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom that the plan is unrealistic. The plan calls for state funding to the University of California to increase by more than $267 million next
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