UA faculty response to poll probably closer to 50 percent

I have a new schedule, and that schedule is: Get all your school work done, then you can do your unpaid reporting/blogging. However, my e-mail in box is full of professors/department heads explaining how the response to the University of Arizona Faculty poll regarding confidence/no confidence in the UA administration was probably higher than the … More UA faculty response to poll probably closer to 50 percent

Further thoughts on the UA faculty poll and percentages

Those of you who pay attention to numbers – and I’m certain you all do – may be wondering why I reported yesterday’s University of Arizona faculty poll results in a different manner than what you’ll read in today’s Arizona Daily Star, or even over at UA Defender. The Star reported mostly in percentages, which … More Further thoughts on the UA faculty poll and percentages

Initial results on University of Arizona poll: Not much confidence in Hay

The votes are in from the University of Arizona’s 10-question faculty poll regarding faculty confidence in the administrative team of President Robert N. Shelton and Provost Meredith Hay. Of the 2754 faculty eligible to vote, only 858 actually did. But of those, 483 said they do not support the way Hay has carried out the … More Initial results on University of Arizona poll: Not much confidence in Hay

Cost of UA chalk cleanup – and a second citation of criminal damage

University of Arizona Facilities Management said this afternoon that the actual cost of cleaning up the chalk from the UA protests on budget cuts was $354.73. Cleanup costs had originally been estimated at $1,000. Christopher Kopach, associate director of Facilities Management said that the report on the chalking indicated that at least 80 areas had … More Cost of UA chalk cleanup – and a second citation of criminal damage

More on the UA Sidewalk Chalk Criminal

Sgt. Juan Alvarez, University of Arizona police department spokesman, says that Jacob Miller, identified as a Geography graduate student by the Arizona Daily Wildcat, was arrested yesterday for drawing with sidewalk chalk because “this went beyond writing on the sidewalk – it was the buildings and public monuments.” He said state statute “exempts the ground” … More More on the UA Sidewalk Chalk Criminal

UA no-confidence poll: Responses from faculty leaders, UA officials, Regent president

The chair of University of Arizona faculty is taking personally the a faculty poll re: confidence in UA’s upper management, the president hopes faculty keep in mind that the state is really to blame, the provost’s spokesperson says much of the faculty upset is due to generalized anxiety about the economy, and the president of … More UA no-confidence poll: Responses from faculty leaders, UA officials, Regent president