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Notice                                                                                               Academic Senate,
                                                                                                University of California
                                                                                              Vol. 23, No. 1, February 1999
                                                                                              NEWS FOR THE UC FACULTY

Faculty Salary Increases                     Task Force Appointed for UC Merced Campus
Achieve Comparison                           Search for Chancellor Begins
Parity, Questions for the
                                                  On October 14, 1998, the Academic       •     Coordinating policy issues to bring
Future Remain                                Council appointed a 16-member task force           to relevant Senate committees for
                                             for the new UC Merced campus. Headed               formal consideration by the
     Led by efforts of President Richard     by Fred Spiess of UC San Diego, the group          Academic Council;
C. Atkinson, the UC Regents approved         will provide planning advice to the Office
a 4.5 percent increase in salary and merit   of the President and the future Chancellor   •     Ensuring UC faculty engagement
pay for eligible faculty on September        of UC Merced, which is scheduled to open           in UC Merced developments, such
20, 1998. This increase caps a four-year     its doors to students in the fall of 2005.         as developing courses and
effort to restore pay parity with faculty    This universitywide Task Force will help           curricula, and carrying out reviews,
at the University’s comparison eight         ensure shared governance between                   approvals and consultations that the
institutions. Even so, the compensation      administration and faculty of the new              Senate already does for established
levels of UC faculty remain substantially    campus and will continue until the new             divisions and systemwide;
below those of faculty at the nation’s top   campus establishes its own division of the
private schools, a disparity that causes                                                  •     Formulating the development of an
                                             UC Academic Senate.
continuing concern in some quarters.                                                            Academic Senate for UC Merced;
                                                  The Task Force will serve as the
     During the budget crisis of the early   Academic Council’s primary advisory          •     Providing academic direction for
1990s, UC retired thousands of faculty       board regarding the development of the             the UC Merced implementation
early. In addition, the University           UC Merced campus. Among its                        plan being developed by the Office
provided no salary increases as well as      responsibilities are:                              of the President; and
   (Please See: Faculty Salary, Page 3)                                                          (Please See: UC Merced, Page 2)

                                      Universitywide Academic Senate
                                        Task Force on UC Merced

       Representation                                Faculty                                           Affiliation

      Task Force Chair                               Fred Spiess                                       Oceanography, UCSD
      Academic Council                               Lawrence B. Coleman                               Physics, UCD
      Coordinating Committee on
      Graduate Affairs                               Christopher Calvert                               Animal Science, UCD
      University Committee on
      Academic Personnel                            Donka Minkova                                      English, UCLA
      University Committee on                                                                          Agricultural & Resource
      Educational Policy                            Peter Berck                                        Economics, UCB
      University Committee on                                                                          Mechanical & Aerospace
      Planning & Budget                             William Sirignano                                  Engineering, UCI
      University Committee on
      Research Policy                                Allen Zych                                        Physics, UCR
      UC Berkeley                                    Lily Wong Fillmore                                Education, UCB
      UC Davis                                       Robert Flocchini                                  Biological Science, UCD
      UC Irvine                                      Christian Werner                                  Geography, UCI
      UC Los Angeles                                 Joyce Appleby                                     History, UCLA
      UC Riverside                                   Justin Roberts                                    Biochemistry, UCR
      UC San Diego                                   Katja Lindenberg                                  Chem.& Biochem., UCSD
      UC San Francisco                               Michael Drake                                     Ophthalmology, UCSF
      UC Santa Barbara                               Elliot Brownlee                                   History, UCSB
      UC Santa Cruz                                  Wendy Brown                                       Women’s Studies, UCSC
UC Merced                                                           News from the Divisions
(Continued from Page 1)
•    Linking to other UC Merced                     Following are a selection of news     the Committee on Academic Freedom
     planning committees on issues such        items from some of the nine UC             and the Graduate Council, will
     as student services and physical          Academic Senate Divisions. We asked        concern themselves with the effects
     development of he campus.                 the Division Chairs to identify relevant   of the agreement.
     “The Task Force is the first concerted    issues that would be of interest
activity to bring aspects which are of         systemwide. We will be including               UC IRVINE
concern to the Academic Senate into the        items from the other campuses in               James Fallon, Chair
planning for UC Merced,” notes Spiess,         forthcoming issues of Notice.
Professor Emeritus of Oceanography at                                                          UC      Irvine     faculty    and
UC San Diego.                                      UC BERKELEY                            administrators are also questioning the
     Other members of the Task Force               Robert Brentano, Chair                 proper relationship between a public
include representatives who will link the                                                 institution and private industry. They
group to the Academic Council,                                                            are grappling with that issue as the
                                                     Senate members continue their
universitywide Academic Senate                                                            Irvine Company develops a million
                                               efforts to support the UC admissions
committees and the nine existing                                                          square feet of inclusionary land on
                                               policy and to engage in outreach to
campuses. Among them are faculty                                                          campus for biotech, software and other
members from a wide range of disciplines,      under served populations. Members
                                               of the Senate’s Divisional Council,        light industry uses. The university and
many of whom have themselves developed                                                    the developer have been meeting to
successful academic ventures.                  including Chair Brentano, Vice Chair
                                               Robert Spear of the Public Health          discuss ways of benefiting both the
     The appointment of the Task Force                                                    private interests and the university
came as good news to those who are             Department and Stephen Small,
                                               Professor of Sociology and African         population with, for example, strategic
currently working on establishing the new
                                               American Studies, are running a            partnerships or joint research projects.
campus. Carol Tomlinson-Keasey, Senior
Associate to the UC President for UC           Saturday School for 10th graders who       In an attempt to reduce traditional
Merced, is the top administrator for           might not consider attending college.      tensions between and among faculty
development of the new campus. She             The 60 high schoolers learn about the      and administration, efforts are being
notes that two previous faculty                professors’ roles and the potential        made to create a transparent budget.
committees, one in 1991 and another in         attractions of higher education. This      This process would reveal the flow of
1997, provided suggestions for the             program stands beside others at UC         money through about 100 different
academic structure of the campus. The          Berkeley as part of the universitywide     campus units. Such disclosure, which
Task Force “gives us a sounding board          efforts to enhance outreach efforts.       the administration supports, will
and breadth of experience that’s campus              The recent five-year, $25 million    hopefully reduce paranoia and heated
based to guide us,” she says.                  agreement between UC Berkeley and          debate in both faculty-to-faculty and
     The University of California is one of                                               faculty-to-administration discussions
                                               Novartis AG, a giant, Swiss-based drug
the first multi-campus university systems                                                 regarding both current and future
                                               and agri-business firm, fueled faculty
in the nation. As a result, over the past                                                 activities.
                                               concerns over the issue of privatization
nine decades, the process of expanding
the number of campuses within the              at a public university. The arrangement
                                                                                              UC LOS ANGELES
University has been the source of              gives UC access to Novartis’
                                                                                              Vickie Mays, Chair
significant debate and policy making, as       proprietary technology and databases
well as great pride. That pattern continues    on plant DNA in return for special         Members of the UC Los Angeles faculty
with the creation of the UC Merced             bargaining rights for Novartis to the      have also focused attention on the
campus, which will be the first new higher     products produced by research.             outreach issue and have become more
education research institution to open its     According to Chair Brentano, the           involved in interacting with high schools
doors in the 21st century.                     Senate was not part of the decision        and in assisting outreach efforts
     UC expansions in the first half of the    making process, but faculty did offer      generally. The two Senate committees
century were not initiated by internal         suggestions for guidelines and             most active in this area at the moment
planning. In 1919, the Los Angeles             controls. The Senate did recommend         are those in charge of undergraduate
community pressed for a state university       an ongoing and independent                 admissions and relations to schools and
campus in southern California and              assessment of the institutional impact
converted the Los Angeles Normal School
                                                                                          of planning and budget. The latter
                                               of the Novartis deal on all phases of      committee is looking at what resources
into what has become UCLA. In 1943, the        campus life. As part of their normal
Regents initially resisted state legislation                                              are available for outreach activities.
                                               operations, various Senate committees,
       (Please See: UC Merced, Page 4)         including the Committee on Research,                   (Please See: News, Page 3)

(Continued from Page 2)                       Barbara Senate members who wish to         and other UC officials, raising faculty
                                              add their comments to the review do so     salaries topped the list of goals to
    Also prominent in campus                  in writing to her.                         achieve in the more predictable
discussions is faculty’s relationship to           Largely through the efforts of        environment the compact created.
copyright and intellectual property rights.   immediate past Divisional Chair Stanley         Even with this achievement, UC
Each L & S undergraduate course now           Awramik, Chancellor Yang recently          faculty salaries are lower than those
has a web page, which raises questions        appointed a campus Academic Planning       of faculty at our four private
about who owns the contents of those          Coordinating Committee to craft a long-    comparison institutions. Robert
pages. Senate Chair Mays points out that      term academic strategy for the future of   Anderson, Chair of the University
the proximity of the entertainment            UC Santa Barbara. Last summer,             Committee on Faculty Welfare
industry and its use of cutting edge          Chancellor Yang met regularly with         (UCFW), attributes this disparity to
technology involves some UC Los               heads of the Academic Senate to            the stock market’s upward climb over
Angeles faculty. An ad hoc committee is       establish membership of the committee      the past few years. The privates’
now looking at these issues and ways to       and its charge. The coordinating           endowments            have        grown
address them.                                 committee is now co-chaired by current     commensurately, which gives them
                                              Divisional Chair Richard Watts and UC      more salary freedom. Public
    UC RIVERSIDE                              Santa Barbara’s Executive Vice             universities like UC have also
    Irwin Sherman, Chair                      Chancellor Ilene Nagel. Faculty            benefited from the robust economy,
                                              members currently comprise the bulk of     but not to the same degree.
     Chancellor Raymond L. Orbach             the committee, but Watts notes that “we         The salary disparity remains an
broke with tradition in providing             are in the process of forming a number     issue, because UC competes for
feedback to members of the Riverside          of subcommittees to take on the detailed   faculty with the top private
Division regarding his five-year              work of establishing UCSB’s direction      institutions, as well as the top public
performance review. Normally, both the        over the next 20 years. These              institutions. UCFW has a group
members of the review committee and           subcommittees will include membership      working on the topic. “If we’re going
their report remain highly confidential       by many of our administrators as well as   to remain a premier institution of
throughout this procedure. There is no        more faculty.” The Coordinating            higher education, we can’t do it if our
opportunity for feedback to the campus        Committee looks to complete its work       salaries don’t match the privates,”
other than confirmation that the review       by the middle of the 1999-2000             says Anderson. “We need to develop
process has been successfully completed.      academic year.                             a new methodology or a new strategy
In an attempt to bridge that gap,                                                        in order to remain competitive.”
Chancellor Orbach took the opportunity        Faculty Salary                                  Are competitive salaries
at the November 5, 1998, meeting of his       (Continued from Page 1)                    necessary and sufficient to attract and
campus’s Division to note some                cut salaries in a particular year          retain the best faculty? Many argue
constructive criticism of his                 because funds available for salary         they are not. Faculty seek
administration and his intention to           increases were lower than they should      environments in which their teaching,
respond to those portions of the report       have been. Average UC faculty              research, and creative activity can
that indicated a need for more attention.     salaries fell behind those of faculty      thrive. A competitive salary cannot
                                              at the four private and four public        long counterbalance an unsupportive
    UC SANTA BARBARA                          universities used for comparison in             While more money has been made
    Richard Watts, Chair                      establishing UC salary rates.              available for faculty salaries, other
                                                  Four years ago, UC negotiated a        important areas of the university are
    While the Chancellorial review            compact with California Governor           unfortunately still feeling the effects of
process has ended at UC Riverside, the        Pete Wilson that would establish           the early 1990s budget crunch. Howard
same procedure recently got underway          fiscal stability and allow for growth      Haber, a former member of the University
at UC Santa Barbara. The UC Academic          through a combination of state             Committee on Research Policy (UCORP)
Senate is assembling a five-member            general funds and student fee              and former Chair of the UCSC Committee
review committee to conduct a five-year                                                  on Research, recalls a UCORP survey
                                              revenues. In return, UC was expected
review of Chancellor Henry T. Yang.                                                      completed in 1996 of 2400 UC faculty.
                                              to maintain quality, to provide access
                                                                                         The survey identified shortcomings in
The committee will consist of three           for all eligible students under the
                                                                                         both physical infrastructure, such as
members of the UC Santa Barbara               Master Plan and to continue progress       storage areas and computers, and social
Academic Senate and two members from          on a number of outcome issues (e.g.,       infrastructure, including secretaries,
other UC campuses. UC Senate Chair            shorter time to degree, increased
Aimee Dorr requests that all UC Santa         teaching). For President Atkinson             (Please See: Faculty Salary, Page 6)

    UC Davis Academic Senate                  UC Merced                                   already had an academic program linked
                                                                                          to the Scripps Institute of Oceanography
    Chair Bryan Miller Dies                   (Continued from Page 2)
                                                                                          and a School of Science and Engineering,
     Professor R. Bryan Miller, 58, Chair     to absorb Santa Barbara State College       but Santa Cruz and Irvine were built more
of the Academic Senate and Professor of       into the UC system but finally agreed to    from the bottom up. The transition
Chemistry at the University of California,    the addition.                               committees for the three campuses
Davis, collapsed and died on October 29,           Planning and creating new campuses     examined academic and physical plans,
1998, at the Los Angeles International        for UC developed as a post World War II     reviewed faculty hires and approved
Airport. Professor Miller was most            phenomenon, driven by large increases in    courses prior to the establishment of an
recently pursuing research in                 enrollment demand and political pressure    Academic Senate Division. Working with
environmental         chemistry       and     to expand University programs in under-     the Chancellors chosen for these new
remediation processes and the design of       served and growing areas of the state.      campuses, the committees are credited
compounds with enhanced anti-cancer           Since the 1940s, the Academic Senate        with creating a framework for quality
properties. A faculty member at UC            has developed a series of studies and       academic programs and the resulting high
Davis since 1968, Professor Miller was        recommendations related to the process      national rankings of these UC campuses.
also a visiting scientist at the National     of establishing new campuses of the              The      involvement         of    the
Science Foundation.                           University. These provide precedents and    universitywide Senate offered two other
     As Chair of the Davis Division of        potential models for Academic Senate        important advantages. One was the
the Academic Senate since 1997, Miller        involvement in the efforts to create UC     assurance that the academic planning,
devoted himself to several issues,            Merced.                                     faculty hiring and new program
including admissions policies, outreach            In 1958, for example, a conference     development harmonized with required
to under-represented communities,             on “The University of California:           Senate review and approval processes.
expansion at the new UC Merced campus         Retrospect and Prospect” focused            Secondly, it generated broader support
and improved articulation for transferring    considerable attention on the development   from the entire university community for
CSU and community college campuses.           of new campuses. Among other                developing the new campuses, involved
     “Professor Miller was an outstanding     recommendations, the attendees called       talented senior faculty into the academic
intellectual and motivational force within    for special Senate committees composed      planning, and forged links with established
the Academic Senate,” said Sandra             of faculty from existing campuses to        programs and institutes.
Weiss, immediate past Chair of the UC         formulate initial plans for the academic         Task Force Chair Speiss exemplifies
Academic Senate. She especially noted         structure of the new campuses and to        these points. After studying physics at UC
Miller’s central role in creating a model     recruit faculty. They also encouraged       Berkeley, he joined the research staff at
for assessing academic accountability         experimental educational programs and       Scripps Institute of Oceanography in 1952.
within the University.                        supported associations between faculty      He continued to serve on the faculty in the
     Miller spent his last day engaged at     members of smaller and new campuses         late 1950s and early 1960s as Scripps
the Assembly of the Academic Senate           with institutes, bureaus and other          transformed into UCSD. Thereafter, he
meeting at UC Los Angeles. Others in          organized programs of research on larger    has been a vigorous UCSD faculty
the UC Davis delegation recall his            campuses.                                   member, administrator, and divisional and
characteristic thorough preparation and            Out of the same conference came a      systemwide Senate leader.
well-informed contribution to the day’s       three-step process for establishing an           Speiss points out that the development
discussion, as well as his low-key humor      Academic Senate division on a new           of UC Merced doesn’t exactly match that
in transit. When all six of the UC Davis      campus. This process started with the       of the three newest campuses. UCSD and
delegation crowded into a mid-size car        appointment of a Chancellor or Chief        UCSC were built up around existing
for the rush hour ride back to the airport,   Campus Administrator, followed by the       institutions. “UCI offers the closest
Miller noted wryly that “this is one of the   creation of a Staffing Committee from       parallel,” he says, “because there wasn’t
goals of these Senate meetings, to bring      the Academic Senate. This group,            much there at the time but open land.”
us all closer together.”                      analogous to the recently appointed Task         The funding climate during the 1950s/
     Miller’s collapse came suddenly as       Force, would review and recommend           1960s was hospitable to UC growth. The
the group awaited their return flight. In     academic appointments and establish         State of California had the money to start
spite of receiving almost immediate aid       other necessary committees such as those    three major campuses in as many years.
from trained personnel, he never regained     dealing with Educational Policy, Courses    Currently, the tighter financial situation
consciousness. “We will miss Bryan’s          and Library. Finally, the Staffing          has stretched out the development of UC
presence on the Council enormously,”          Committee would disband when the new        Merced over the past decade. During this
added current UC Academic Senate Chair        faculty body reached the point where it     time, the President and Board of Regents
Aimee Dorr. “His insights, good values,       could fill essential Senate committees      have been vigorous in their efforts to
preparation, knowledge, collegiality and      with tenured personnel.                     provide for the needs of UC’s nine existing
warmth were ever present and much                  The youngest UC campuses, Irvine,      campuses and for UC’s incipient campus.
valued. I’m glad I had the chance to work     San Diego, and Santa Cruz were
with him for the last year.”                  established in the early 1960s. San Diego          (Please See: UC Merced. Page 6)

                         Notes from the Chair: Governance in Action

     UC freshman admissions policy will soon change. Why? Primarily because UC freshmen are now coming from
among the top 11.1% of graduating California public high school seniors rather than the top 12.5% mandated by the
California Master Plan for Higher Education. Proposed policy changes would expand what UC calls its eligibility
pool, while maximizing excellence and access. In addition, they would give appropriate weight to different types
of required tests and advanced courses, make meaningful use of scores from all required tests, and expand required
high school preparation for UC to include visual and performing arts courses.
     The proposed changes will be familiar to most of you reading these Notes from the Chair. Less familiar will
be the governance system by which the changes come about. As Chair, I am having ample opportunity to observe
how this system works. I’d like to share some of my reflections on it.
     Our governance system is complex, fitted to a complex organization in which power is widely shared. For
admissions policy, some parts of the governance process are particularly challenging. The nature of the UC
undergraduate student body is of vital interest within UC and in the wider public and political arenas in which UC
operates. When a complex system addresses a vital interest, also full of complexity, sustained work and goodwill
are required of all participants if the process is to result in a successful conclusion.
     According to the Standing Orders of the Regents, the Academic Senate is responsible for establishing the
conditions for admission, subject to Regental approval. The Senate’s governance system assigns responsibility for
admissions policy to a Universitywide committee: the Board of Admissions and Relations with Schools (BOARS).
Led by Chair Keith Widaman (UC Riverside), BOARS worked for more than a year to craft a final proposal that
adroitly balances varying interests and promises to achieve the intended goals. The succeeding Senate steps are
review and approval by the systemwide Senate’s Academic Council and then by the systemwide Assembly of the
Academic Senate.
     BOARS, the Academic Council, and the Assembly are comprised of faculty from each campus; campuses are
equally represented on BOARS and the Council and proportionally represented on the Assembly. Senate bylaws
clearly assign policy development work to BOARS and final approval to the Assembly. Moreover, what the
Assembly approves applies to all UC campuses. Informal consultation is a challenging, yet crucial, aspect of what
is otherwise a well defined governance process. Although BOARS is a faculty committee, it involves few people
compared to the number who must ultimately approve BOARS’ recommendations. For BOARS’ policy proposals
to prevail, there must be early, continuing, and meaningful consultation with campus faculty and faculty
representatives to the Council and Assembly.
     While the Academic Senate has its own internal governance system, we also participate in a system of shared
governance. For admissions policy, UC administrators have a consultative role with the Senate as it develops
recommendations. Two UC Student Academic Services administrators work closely with BOARS, and their senior
staff provide essential analytic support. The UC President and Provost both consult with BOARS, the Academic
Council, and the Assembly. Balance of power is the governance challenge here. The Senate must be strong enough
to engage in meaningful consultation. Equally important, the substantial resources, stature, and continuity of the
Office of the President must be used to promote the development of feasible, mutually acceptable policy
recommendations, not simply those the administration prefers.
     Undergraduate admissions policy is one of the few areas, if not the only area, in which shared governance brings
Academic Senate recommendations directly to the Board of Regents, who must approve them. These governance
processes are difficult to manage well, not only because admission policy is infrequently changed but also because
this policy interests many people. This interest can cause public discussion of Senate recommendations before the
Regents have had appropriate opportunity to consider them. Moreover, because there are few mechanisms for
extensive Senate-Regental interaction during policy development, shared understandings are not necessarily well
developed by the time the recommendations are brought to the Regents. If there are substantial differences of opinion
at this point, they may be particularly hard to work out because so much of the policy development work has already
been done in the Senate’s internal governance processes and the Senate-administration shared governance processes.
     We should soon know exactly how UC freshman admissions policy will change. If our entire governance system
has worked well, the main participants in the decision making process will be satisfied with the changes and confident
they will achieve the intended goals.

                                                          Aimèe Dorr
                                                          Chair, Academic Council

Faculty Salary                                                                          UC Merced
(Continued from Page 3)                                                                 (Continued from Page 4)
computer training, grant preparation,         pay lags behind the market. UC            With another seven years until the target
library facilities and demands on             Berkeley Division Chair Robert            first day of classes at UC Merced, the
faculty time. Haber hasn’t seen much          Brentano cautions against thinking        California economy could continue to
                                                                                        influence the pace of development.
yet in terms of a comprehensive               that the salaries of UC top                    The official search for UC
response to these issues.                     academic administrators should            Merced’s first Chancellor began in
    These same questions about                correlate to those of corporate chief     November with an announcement from
how to attract and retain the best            executive officers. If pay becomes        UC President Richard C. Atkinson. As
                                                                                        the Academic Senate’s Task Force
people for the University of                  the motivator for attracting and          begins laying out an academic plan for
California were asked this year               retaining top administrators, he          the campus in the interim, they face a
for chancellors, as well as faculty.          warns, UC “will get both the kind         tricky task. Spiess notes that they want
As of July, 1997, UC chancellors’             of corporate-model Chancellors            to do their work without tying the hands
                                                                                        of the Chancellor and the faculty of the
salaries were on average over 25%             and Presidents and the reputation         new campus. “We want to keep the
behind the salaries of the top                that we would deserve.”                   excitement alive without making it too
administrators at the comparison                  What lies ahead?             The      difficult for those who’ll actually be
eight institutions and at a larger            comparison methodology is an              doing the work,” he says.
                                                                                             Task Force member Wendy Brown
group of 26 comparable public                 accepted and vital tool in                recalls that the strong vision that
and      private      institutions.           establishing compensation levels          initially shaped her campus offers a
Chancellors had had only one                  attractive to the caliber of faculty,     cautionary note. “It took a long time
salary increase in the last eight             and now chancellors, essential to         for the faculty at UCSC to develop
years. The Board of Regents                                                             their own capacity to lead and discern
                                              UC’s success. What more or                what would be the best way to move
agreed to a two-year program to               different to do to compete                forward and change with the times,”
bring chancellorial salaries up               successfully for the people we want       she says.
toward the average of the                     is under discussion in several                 In spite of this caveat, Brown looks
comparison groups.                            quarters. How these discussions           forward to helping shape the new
                                                                                        campus, located near her childhood
    Not everyone agrees with the              will resolve themselves is unclear,       home in Modesto. “This is a time to
amount of money that the                      but the place of the comparison           imagine new possibilities,” she says,
Chancellors receive, even if their            methodology is not.                       “and that’s very exciting.”

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