UC campus town meetings to debate the UC Management of the DOE Laboratories.
Consideration of the UCORP proposed resolution to phase out responsibility for management of the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.
UC campus Academic Senate members are voting on the following ballot measure(*):
"Should the University of California, in a timely and orderly manner, phase out responsibility for management of the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories?"
|Forum||Academic Senate Meeting||Mail Ballot|
|Berkeley||Yes||Yes||356(yes)--389(no) [34% turnout]|
|Davis||Yes||85(yes)--299(no) [19% turnout]|
|Irvine||Yes||23(yes)--25(no)||158(yes)--252(no) [38% turnout]|
|Los Angeles||Yes||no quorum||no action taken|
|San Francisco||Yes||June 28 meeting||To be decided|
|Santa Barbara||Yes||Yes||185(yes)--172(no) [35% turnout]|
|Santa Cruz||Yes||16(yes)--30(no)||To be decided|
(*)At UC San Diego, a substitute motion was passed 22-11 by the UCSD Representative Assembly. The motion reads:
"Be it resolved that the San Diego Division of the Academic Senate recommends that the Regents of the University of California renegotiate their contract to manage the Los Alamos, Lawrence Berkeley, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, and that in the course of doing so they address the concerns raised in the UCORP report, as detailed by the subcommittee of the Academic Council charged with formulating a Council position on the DOE labs contract."This substitute resolution was sent out as a campuswide mail ballot. The result of the ballot was: 103(no)--270(yes) [28% turnout].
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