MAY 20, 1993
(VOL. 13, NO. 16)
This index page is for reference only; stories in this issue are not available online. Print editions may be found in the periodicals stacks of the Charles Young Research Library.
LEADERS SEEK CREATIVITY IN MANAGING BUDGET – As the budget shrinks, administrators have to figure out ways to cut spending.
RETREAT KEYS ON COOPERATION, COST-CUTTING IDEAS - Representatives from across campus gather for day-long session, seek cooperation, cost-cutting ideas.
FUNDING FOR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS CUT $25 MILLION - some courses eliminated.
ADMINISTRATION COPES WITH 19% REDUCTION TO BUDGET – They are working to decrease spending while delivering high level of service.
NEXT STEP: EXAMINING ISSUES ACROSS DEPARTMENT BORDERS - Academic Planning and Advisory Committee will appoint task forces to study issues that overlap boundaries of established schools or colleges.
CHANCELLOR REAFFIRMS CHICANO STUDIES DECISION - Chancellor stands firm despite student demonstrations.
REGIONAL-DRESS CENTR OPENING - Center for the Study of Regional Dress opens at the Fowler Museum.
BRADLEY ARCHIVE TO BE ESTABLISHED - Tom Bradley Archive to be established at UCLA; new International Center will be named in his honor.
13 TO RECEIVE TOP TEACHING AWARDS - Luckman Distinguished Teaching awards given to ladder faculty, lecturers, TAs.
UCLA CHOSEN FOR WHITE HOUSE PROJECT- "It's About Health" will combine community outreach with summer youth job training and health-care research.
UCLA MEDAL TO BE GIVEN AT 1993 COMMENCEMENTS
- Honorees to be given The UCLA Medal at commencement ceremonies.