California fact of the day
Data available from the UC Office of the President shows that there were 2.5 faculty members for each senior manager in the UC system in 1993. Now there are as many senior managers as faculty. Just think: Each professor could have his or her personal senior manager.
Posted by Jim Zellmer at May 1, 2012 3:09 AM
A report on administrative growth by the UCLA Faculty Associationestimated that UC would have $800 million more each year if senior management had grown at the same rate as the rest of the university since 1997, instead of four times faster.
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