UC regents discuss sustainability, UCSF Health, UC national laboratories

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The UC Board of Regents heard public comment, approved items regarding UCSF, reviewed the performances and ratings of the three UC national laboratories and approved a proposal to fund the Southern California pilot program.

On its first day of January meetings, the UC Board of Regents heard public comment, approved items regarding UCSF, reviewed the performances and ratings of the three UC national laboratories and approved a proposal to fund the Southern California pilot program.
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A nonresident cap won’t solve education inequality

UC AFFAIRS: A quick fix to inequity in education access is enticing, but not realistic. We oppose the nonresident cap.

Student culture benefits from a diverse student body composed of people from all backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses and geographic origins. Instead of feeling pitted against one another based on where they are from, students should be able to celebrate the opportunity to learn with peers from all over the planet.
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