Thursday, March 29, 2012

"Birgeneau wrote that “as usual Skinner and Hancock only know how to do damage.”

in light of Birgeneau's comments : "The documents show campus officials deriding state Senator Loni Hancock, D-Oakland, and state Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, who had voiced support for the Occupy movement at a campus rally before the protest. In one email, Birgeneau wrote that “as usual Skinner and Hancock only know how to do damage.” from: this DailyCal story. - and let's not forget his comments on 'Quanland'

And, Blum's comments today on UC should sue the state-see immediate previous post- wanted to pass along the CA Assembly meetings recently held on higher ed posted at Cal Channel, (you might recall that a joint legislative body co-chaired by Lowenthal and Block was supposed to convene early this month to discuss the findings of the pepper spray report-- those meetings are now obviously seriously behind schedule due to the hold up on the release of the pepper spray reports- no word on when they might take place or if they will still be held.)

here is: the first part

and here is: the second part

and here is: Assembly Informational Hearing on Improving Higher Education Oversight & Governance - critically important conversation on CPEC demise and future replacement, Admissions, Master Plan and Changes to it, and connections to K-12. Steve Boilard,LAO Karen Humphrey, CPEC, Gordon K. Davies, Lumina Foundation Project University of Virginia-- also CSU's Lillian Taiz and a rep from CSAC/Cal Grant make important comments in the public comments toward the end.

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