A case for staying public

UNIVERSITY ISSUES: The MBA program at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management should remain public and not shift toward a private model.

In a perfect world, a volatile budget wouldn’t be a problem for competitive programs like UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. As a top-tier school, Anderson should be on a level playing field with its competition. So it is understandable why Anderson is seeking a way to avoid some of the
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Proposal to make UCLA MBA program self-supporting passes

UCLA faculty members voted Thursday to approve a proposal that would allow the campus’s graduate business school to detach its full-time Masters of Business Administration program from state funding. The Legislative Assembly of the UCLA Academic Senate voted 53 to 46 to approve the UCLA Anderson School of Management proposal,
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UCSF seeks to increase independence from system

In a Jan. 19 address at the UC Board of Regents meeting, the UC San Francisco chancellor outlined the broad strokes of a proposal that would afford the campus more financial and governing autonomy from the UC system. UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann’s request follows prior efforts from other UC professional
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