UCSF Faculty Association

June 20, 2017
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State Senate should reject Governor’s unconstitutionally nominated Regents

You have, no doubt, seen the near constant barrage of news stories critical of the way UC has been managed — the latest being articles about the state legislature withholding funding from UC in the recently passed state budget because … Continue reading

January 26, 2017
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The $48 fix: Reclaiming California’s Master Plan for Higher Education

On Thursday, January 26, the UC Regents will consider and likely approve their budget for the University for 2017-2018. It and the Governor’s budget, to which it is closely tied, perpetuate decades of failed privatization and persistent under funding of … Continue reading

June 4, 2015
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CUCFA statement on Governor’s Budget Deal: UC still being starved; bad long run implications for faculty and students

The May Revise As the Legislature and Governor enter the end game for the 2015-2016 budget, here is a review of provisions related to UC in the Governor’s latest budget proposal—the May revise, which is now being considered by the … Continue reading

November 13, 2014
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Council of UC Faculty Association statement on UC’s planned tuition increases

Below please find a letter that The Council of UC Faculty Associations (CUCFA), the systemwide organization of which the UCSF Faculty Association is a member, sent today to President Napolitano and the UC Regents regarding their recent proposal to raise tuition … Continue reading

February 7, 2013
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Funding Higher Education: the Search for Possibilities

The national Campaign for the Future of Higher Education is releasing a series of papers titled “Funding Higher Education: The Search for Possibilities.”

The Council of UC Faculty Associations contributed one of the papers in the series. CUCFA Vice President and UCSF Faculty Association Board Member Stanton Glantz, as principal author of that paper, will be participating in the news briefing on February 12, 2013.
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