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Anonymous (215729986) @ 2014-10-27 17:14:30/allcomments.php
...  It seems that the only way to get fired from the UC is to actually commit a crime public enough to appear in the news (Assistant Vice Chancellor Diane Leite), otherwise you get to keep your job for life and collect outrageous salaries even when you do no real work.


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There was a janitor that was caught on camera steeling form offices a couple of years ago.  Rather than fire the individual, he or she was giving the "opportunity" to quit instead.  UC managers seem to not understand that crime needs to be punished.  I guess firing someone requires more work and the lackadaisical managers would rather not do any. 
Anonymous (215729986) @ 2014-10-27 17:06:35/allcomments.php
Thanks for this - do you have zipped csv files for 2012 and 2013?
2010-2013 data is online on the official site now, but I would like to get an excel or CSV file to crunch the data. https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

If you need get getting the newer openly public data from the main UC site, I'd like to help, but I'm not sure how to data scrape their entries.  It used to be much easier with more static pages, but I don't know enough coding to do the dynamic pages.  If someone would teach me how, I'll do the work to scrape that data and put it in a more accessible form.

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To all the people that don't like their wages to be public, tough.  You're working for a public government entity.  Your wage is public record.  This is how you keep a reign on government overspending.  There are several individuals that I know don't deserve their pay, because they don't show up for work or even do their work, but their managers don't do the work to keep them from getting raises, so they continue to get raises.  Many coworkers know this, but avoid the issue.  I've called the whistleblower hotline with no results.  It seems that the only way to get fired from the UC is to actually commit a crime public enough to appear in the news (Assistant Vice Chancellor Diane Leite), otherwise you get to keep your job for life and collect outrageous salaries even when you do no real work.


If you don't like your wages to be public, then don't work for the government of California and find a job in private industry.  UC salaries are required by law to be public.
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Anonymous (1237171544) @ 2014-09-19 20:02:30/allcomments.php
Thanks for this - do you have zipped csv files for 2012 and 2013?
I'll get to that soon; thanks for the reminder.
Jon (2850398082) @ 2014-09-18 16:52:22/allcomments.phpThanks for this - do you have zipped csv files for 2012 and 2013?
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Anonymous (1812438397) @ 2014-08-11 18:35:14/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=OTHON _ LUSIA ELENAif you are an UC employee, you are a public employee of the State and your salary info is public information due to the fact that the UC is partially funded from tax payer monies! 

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Anonymous (1660472763) @ 2014-08-01 01:53:17/index.php?name=yudofInteresting that part ("only" $100K) of his 2013 salary was a separate "miscellaneous" title from Berkeley.
Anonymous (1134845033) @ 2014-06-14 00:29:19/index.php?campus=UCOP&name=YUDOF _ MARK GEORGEHow do you go from $300K to more than $600K in 3 years? 
Pretty sure there are even more talented people who would be a president for less. and that's just a tip of the iceberg. sickening. this country is heading towards its end....
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Anonymous (1811980859) @ 2014-05-09 12:38:36/index.php?name=christopher horakFew people outside UCLA Film & Television Archive understand how much power the virtually unknown financial officer Rehan Qedwai wields on the institution.  Despite having absolutely no understanding of, or connection to, the film world or the mission of the Archive (he has been known to suggest screening films on DVD at the Billy Wilder in order to save money), he not only holds all the financial strings but is also the self-described "personnel manager" and IT director.  He is known to be threatening and intimidating in manner (to make up for the fact that he has no actual knowledge of film) and often hires random, insecure people to work under his direct supervision.  Chris Horak should be ashamed of himself and the disservice he has wrought upon the Archive and the film world by allowing Qedwai to make all budgetary, equipment, and personnel decisions despite his ignorance in the field.  Horak relinquishes his leadership role as long as Qedwai can keep the Archive in the black.  The quality of the decisions being made at the Archive thus suffer greatly, but Horak doesn't care because ultimately, he is only concerned with promoting himself and his personal projects.  The Archive should be a major institution but its talented employees constantly find themselves hamstrung by Horak's self-serving empowerment of Qedwai's ignorance.
DO NOT ATTEND UC DAVIS (2886108829) @ 2014-02-16 12:09:57/index.php

DO NOT ATTEND UC DAVIS

 

I’m a graduate student at UC Davis. Now that I’ve been living in Davis, CA for a while, I can say it is quite different from what I expected, enough so that I have at times regretted choosing UC Davis over my other options. When I visited, I was told of an accepting community, but that has not been my experience. I find that when I express these thoughts, I am often ignored or told the same party line about how great Davis is, as if my experiences don’t count. The narrative of Davis matters more to the community than treating people well.

 

I think it was best summed up by this quote from davisvanguard.org: “A local business owner shared stories about the experiences that his interracial grandchildren suffered.  He told the audience that if you explain this story to a black person in Davis, they understand.  When you tell it to a white person, they respond that this is Davis, a liberal and progressive city.” [Story link: http://davisvanguard.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5908:sunday-commentary-eyes-wide-open-listening-to-the-community&catid=51:civil-rights&Itemid=81 ]

 

So I am sharing my experiences here. Maybe those of you considering Davis will benefit from knowing more sides of the Davis story.

 

CHANCELLOR KATEHI BURIES LATEST REPORTED HATE INCIDENTS

Last Friday, Chancellor Katehi sent a rare message addressing racist incidents on campus. There was one for the racist vandalism on the civil rights movement anniversary a few months ago. The time before was two years ago — regarding a noose that appeared during a diversity conference (with no mention of the swastikas that came with it). There was not a peep from the Katehi, or usually anyone else in the administration, for many of the other reported incidents in between, some of which involved physical threats, assault, or violence.

 

Katehi’s message conveniently arrived on the Friday before the Thanksgiving Break when The Aggie won’t be publishing for two weeks and most people are too busy with holiday plans to take notice of the news.

 

This particular missive was in response to two separate incidents of students being harassed by tormenters in cars yelling racial slurs. It’s not uncommon to hear derogatory language on campus, so I’m curious as to why these particular incidents were taken seriously.

 

Katehi ends the email with the usual imploring to always report such incidents to the police or the administration — yet Davis continues to make this difficult by not having an online form or any way to report anonymously. Some of us have been put through the ringer by the Davis machine and aren’t so trusting that their concerns will be handled without retaliation, especially when recently administrators and campus police did nothing but look on while students were threatened for their ethnicity.

 

Another surprise in Katehi’s message was the reference to Kristallnacht. Despite writing about the noose during the Students of Color Conference in 2011, Katehi made no mention of the swastikas that also appeared at the time, despite it also being the same month as Kristallnacht.

 

This might have something to do with the growing concerns of Jewish students, as summarized in Jewish Students Uncomfortable on Campus. It’s not uncommon to hear anti-Semitic slurs, stereotyping or rhetoric on campus. However, I bet Jewish students would appreciate having police and administrators actually take action when they are present when Jewish students are harassed and assaulted on campus or even neutral observers are stalked and harassed for supporting free speech of Jewish students, instead of just throwing a passing reference in an email that wasn’t meant to be read.

 

http://www.frontpagemag.com/2013/leila-beckwith-and-tammi-rossman-benjamin/jewish-students-threatened-at-uc-davis/

 

DAVIS RESIDENTS REPEATEDLY ADVOCATE SUPPRESSING REPORTING OF HATE INCIDENTS

Hate incidents are frequent in Davis, but residents persistently advocate keeping them hidden rather than addressing the issues. This is despite expert presentations as well as statistics showing that this “ignore it” approach DOES NOT WORK. Some residents even go so far as to insinuate these incidents are perpetrated by the victims themselves! Rather than face the serious hate problems that Davis has, the residents instead choose to blame and bash the victims and make spurious claims that the the folks in the city who will to stand up to this are just, in the words of resident Elaine Roberts Musser the “noisy racism bandwagon.” Elaine Roberts Musser argues for the rights of the elderly, of which she is a member, but when it comes to other maligned groups, where she has no experience with the daily ‘death by a thousand cuts’ microaggressions we face, we’re all just the ‘noisy racism bandwagon’ who in her own words are personally attacking her. This is the common pro-oppression derailment of blaming the minorities and their allies for daring to stand up against the racist institutional structure we face every day. Davisites like Elaine Roberts Musser need to make it all about them. The reality of the situation is unfathomable to them and they have no interest, no compassion to make it better for those of us who weren’t born so fortunate and face much worse than what she considers a personal attack every day we’re here.

 

You can see more of Elaine Roberts Musser’s ignorant rants in the comments here: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5469:tensions-heighten-as-swastika-and-qnq-word-found-spray-painted-under-i-80-underpass&Itemid=87  Also in the article comments we see poster “Octane 91″ calling Jann Murray-Garcia a racist for explaining statistics that show the majority of these crimes are conducted by white males.

 

Elaine Roberts Musser represents a loud and pervasive segment of the Davis community:

 

Poster “Growth Izzue” complains that the hate vandalism and racial slurs that appeared at UC Davis during the anniversary of the civil rights movement would be “blown way out of proportion.” Even if “Growth Izzue” isn’t bothered by slurs scrawled all over the learning environment during a symbolic time, you would think he would at least be concerned about the cost of 31 broken windows. See comments here: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7592:uc-davis-officials-investigating-incident-as-hate-crime&catid=63:law-enforcement&Itemid=114

 

When a swastika was burned into a table at the local middle school, several residents, including Ryan Kelly, Alan Miller, “rusty49″ and “dlemongello,” claimed it was not a hate crime, that talking about it was an “overreaction”, and that it was just bored kids. It doesn’t matter if the perpetrators were bored kids or not. This behavior is still unacceptable and Davis should take these incidents seriously rather than just brushing them under the rug. Steve Hayes tries to claim it is a false flag, again going with the ridiculous belief that all hate crimes are really performed by victims in order to show evidence of something that doesn’t happen. Steve Hayes convinces himself and like-minded Davis resident that these crimes don’t happen despite evidence. (Elaine Roberts Musser is also in the thread again claiming we should just ignore them despite the word of experts.) See: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5521:swastika-burned-into-holmes-jr-high-picnic-table&Itemid=87

 

When a noose was hung from the goalpost at a local high school during the Juneteenth celebration (for freedom and emancipation from slavery), again Davis residents rushed to claim no hate. Commenters included “Frankly” (Jeff Boone), Phil Coleman, and “rusty49″. Jeff Boone and “rusty49″ again try to claim this must have been done by one of the vicitms: in the words of Jeff Boone, “the work of some race-obsessed social activist frustrated by the lack of genuine evidence of racial hate.” I run into this kind of rhetoric all the time from Davis residents or UC Davis staff/faculty when I try to report very real experiences I have had at Davis, some of which have MATERIALLY disrupted progress in my studies. It’s really hard to get things done when your paperwork just “disappears” and the person handling it has called you a slur under their breath. See: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5462:noose-discovered-hanging-from-goalpost-at-davis-high-stadium-has-public-officials-concerned&catid=54:law-enforcement&Itemid=87&cpage=30

 

There are some good people in Davis, but time and time again when I read about these incidents, the majority of voices go to all the usual derailment tricks. They try to minimize the importance of what occurred and turn the conversation back to how difficult their lives are because minorities and allies are being vocal about having to deal with hate. They consider these issues minor when they don’t realize how many minor incidents go unreported because we see what their reactions are to the incidents with physical evidence and some of the most offensive symbolism.

 

CLAYTON GARZON DISAPPEARS FOR 8 HOURS WHILE ON BAIL

Clayton Garzon, who recently struck a plea deal regarding his derogatory slur-laced, hate-fueled beating of Mikey Partida in Davis and his stabbing of others in Dixon, has been out on bail awaiting final sentencing where he will spend a paltry 2.5 years in local jail and receive one strike for his two extremely violent crimes. Recently he allowed his GPS tracker to run out of battery, allowing him 8 hours where authorities were unable to track him. This was the second incident in which his tracker ran out of battery. Fortunately authorities reacted by seeking a judge the next day and having his release revoked.

 

It’s extremely discouraging that Garzon, and his family who bailed him out, do not take this seriously. It’s as if they think the law does not apply to them. They clearly do not care about the safety of others in Davis.

 

http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/crime-fire-courts/hate-crime-defendant-jailed-following-alleged-gps-violations/

 

DAVIS PLACES BARRIERS TO HATE REPORTING

UC Davis makes it more difficult to report hate or bias incidents by not having an online form like other UC schools such as UCSD and UCSC have Instead, a reporter must make a phone call. I’ve had very negative experiences with phone calls with campus staff. I much prefer something that can be tracked electronically and in which I won’t be blown off by a campus administrator who believes the hate I experience is not a big enough deal or tries to talk me out of reporting. Considering how many of my forms have mysteriously ‘vanished’ despite my submitting them the same as other students in my cohort and considering how many times electronic records of these forms saved me, I would feel much more comfortable with an online form.

 

Victims and concerned parties may instead report through the UC-wide form: https://ucsystems.ethicspointvp.com/custom/ucs_ccc/ I don’t know if this form is better, but at least there is a tracking system associated with it.

 

Though there’s proof that UC Davis did have reported hate incidents in 2012, despite the doctored numbers shown in their Clery statistics, one has to wonder how much never sees the light of day because Davis tries to squelch it by making reporting so difficult.

 

UC DAVIS VIOLATES CLERY ACT

UC Davis recently released their 2013 Campus Security Report (Clery Act) statistics. They report NO hate crimes or hate motivation for 2012, but a quick search easily brings up a January 30, 2012 hate-inspired vandalism incident t the Women’s Resources and Research Center (WRRC): http://www.theaggie.org/2012/02/07/letter-to-the-editor-incident-at-wrrc/

 

The WRRC is on campus. Note that the Hate and Bias Incident Reporting System was used and a police report filed. Davis in the past has claimed “but no one reported it!” when incidents happened right in front of police officers and administrators (who did nothing), but this is clearly not the case here. How many less publicized hate incidents are being quashed by UC Davis’ untruthful reporting?

 

I suppose they could mean the 2012-3 school year, but there are plenty of incidents clearly reported to the campus police then too:  http://daviswiki.org/Race_%26_Ethnicity

 

The DOE reviews compliance for this: http://studentaid.ed.gov/about/data-center/school/clery-act

 

Since this doesn’t fall under the DOE’s Office for Civil Rights, it looks like the general complaint form is the way to go: https://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OIG/englishhotlineform.cfm

 

See UC Davis misrepresent crime statistics here: http://police.ucdavis.edu/campus-security-reports/UCDavisCleryStatistics.pdf

 

SPEAKING WITH MY DOLLAR

One of my responses to being continually marginalized in Davis is making sure the city gets as little of my tax money as possible. I do my brick & mortar shopping and restaurant dining outside the city. I have my online purchases delivered to friends or my permanent residence and bring them back to Davis when I visit. It’s not much money lost to them (though books, school supplies, clothing, etc all add up) but it’s relatively easy for me to do and I get satisfaction knowing I’m not financially supporting a community with a significant intolerance problem it refuses to address.

 

-Quotes from The Aggie

A sad quote: “Krause said that at least once a week a student expresses feeling the impact of oppression in their lives in Davis.” [ http://www.theaggie.org/2013/05/30/police-actively-investigate-alleged-hate-crimes-double-homicide/ ]

 

An important quote: “Violence won’t just disappear and the future doesn’t just “get better.” Making the future safe for sexual and gender expression is hard work. Our community leaders need to be the ones protecting and informing us and, if they don’t, we need to break the silence ourselves.” [ http://www.theaggie.org/2013/05/23/reimagining-equality/ ]

 

UC DAVIS HATE CRIMES HIDDEN

I noticed that over the years, the UC Davis police has dropped the word “Hate” from the titles of crime alerts where hate is clearly a factor. You need to download the PDF find the details.

 

This includes the recent assault of someone while sexual orientation slurs were being yelled. (I’m not referring to Mikey Partida here. This is another incident. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CrimeAlertsFolder/C13-0553%20Battery_Hate.pdf/view

 

This also includes outright threats that included racial slurs right in the Mondavi Center/Mrak Hall area. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CrimeAlertsFolder/C13-0553%20Battery_Hate.pdf/view

 

Students shouldn’t have to go digging to find this stuff. At my previous institution, the administration and security was much more proactive about disseminating information about crime. It’s as if UC Davis is more interested in its image that keeping students safe.

 

I’m also disheartened that these incidents are so shrug-worthy to the campus population that the student newspaper, The Aggie, doesn’t even mention them.

 

Check them out yourself ( http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime-alerts/ ) to read some of the reported incidents of hate-related vandalism, threats, battery, and assault. This list is clearly not comprehensive of all the events on campus though. For example it is missing the swastikas and vandalism to the LGBT and women’s centers that have occurred over the past several years. It also doesn’t account for the many sexual assault/rape incidents the university is federally forced to report (albeit rather late) thanks to the Clery Act (e.g. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CurrentCleryStatistics2010.pdf/view) Of course, the Clery Act documents seem to be under-listing the amount of hate incidents compared to what’s on the Davis Wiki!

 

Some of the incidents you need to go to yet another page for like the note from the “KKK” telling people to go away ( http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/hate-or-bias-incidents-1/crime/hate-or-bias-incidents-1/incident-report-c12-0102 ).

 

Then’s there’s the daily crime log which UC Davis uploads as a PDF with page settings so it won’t open in browser. They’re really making this more obnoxious than it needs to be. These logs have almost no detail though — hate is never mentioned in any of the summaries.

 

DAVIS RESIDENTS THINK STUDENTS DESERVE TO BE RAPED

The first I learned about Picnic Day was a long time Davis resident explaining it to me. As she was going on about the excessive drinking that I have yet to observe, she claimed that the “girls” who drink and wear skimpy clothing deserve it when they get raped.

 

No. Full Stop.

 

No one deserves to be raped.

 

This isn’t a isolated opinion either. I was discussing this downtown and none of the Davis residents disagreed with this woman’s opinion.

 

It’s been hot and sunny every Picnic Day since I got here. Now Davis residents think that female students who wear shorts and a tank top deserve to be raped? Adding to the hypocrisy, I saw some middle aged and over women at Picnic Day with plunging necklines and shorts. (The ones that drew attention were acting loud and obnoxious too. I’m sure if they were students they would be labeled as ‘drunk.’) Why is it okay when residents dress for comfort but ‘deserving rape’ when it’s students?

 

UC DAVIS CHEMISTRY MAGIC SHOW EMBARRASSMENT: SLURS YES, SAFETY NO 

Last year I went to the Chemistry Magic Show at Picnic Day since people made such a big deal out of it. I was really unimpressed. The stunts were largely things I had done before or at least seen before, often in a better setting.

 

There’s a limit to what can be done indoors. Sadly the Chemistry Club and their faculty advisors went past this limit. In a segment where they took torches to hydrogen-filled ballons, one of the light covers from the ceiling was knocked loose. Chemistry 194 has a high ceiling with large light covers, so the cover fell quite a distance before striking several audience members. What did the Chemistry Club then do? They lit up another balloon! They chose to do something they had just demonstrated was not safe for the venue. Lab safety is of supreme importance and it was disappointing and embarrassing to see the Chemistry Club behave in such a way.

 

Even worse, I heard the faculty advisors telling one of the victims after the show (they didn’t check on all of them right after the incident, only the victims who were related to club members) that they would warn people not to sit in the front row for the next show. I was expecting to hear that they wouldn’t be doing it again! These people are faculty!

 

I was also disappointed that one of the ‘jokes’ the Chemistry Club used involved a racial slur.  Not cool. The one they used doesn’t carry with it nearly as much troubling history as other slurs, but it undermines calling out the worse ones and alienates potential allies. I didn’t get the names of the offending students as they were all going by (sometimes mispronounced) names of famous scientists.

 

PICNIC DAY COMING

With all the reminders about Picnic Day streaming in, I’m reminded of what I originally heard about the event. As a first year, it was initially described to me by a long-time Davis resident as some sort of major blight on the city where UC Davis students get drunk and obnoxious starting at 10am and ruin the quality of life for the residents. After hearing this from multiple Davis residents, I was shocked to see so many locals on campus during Picnic Day, enjoying all the festivities to the point of sometimes cutting in line in front of UC Davis students! Campus mostly seemed like a wholesome family-friendly place.

 

Going off-campus I did see more student-aged groups outside than usual and they were more likely to try to attract attention but they weren’t particularly loud. I was more concerned about the extremely aggressive driving of non-student-aged people in the area who showed very little love for sharrows and law-abiding cyclists. It’s a shame the enhanced safety policies in the zones near campus don’t apply to them. The police are only interested in enforcing the laws on students, not on murderous non-student drivers.

 

Anyway, perhaps it got worse at night. I had left by then. Still, it wasn’t the 10am-onward public drunkeness spectacular I had been led to believe.

 

MORE DAVIS IN DENIAL

This is the most detailed article on Clayton Garzon’s second bail hearing I read: http://www.dailydemocrat.com/news/ci_22884880/davis-hate-crime-suspects-bail-raised-520-000

 

Reading it, I got to thinking not only of the horrible crime against Mikey Partida, but of a recurring theme I experience in Davis — the apathy of the majority with respect to hateful incidents against minority groups.

 

Clayton Garzon’s attorney, Linda Parisi, argues that the court should be lenient because Clayton Garzon has “voluntarilty on his own” joined a program to combat alcohol abuse. I do question how non-coerced this was. Despite Linda Parisi’s use of redundancy in addressing how Clayton Garzon did this on his own accord (“voluntarily” and “on his own”), I wonder if it was instead suggested by a family member or Linda Parisi herself.

 

Worse yet, Linda Parisi, again argues that homophobic slurs being yelled at someone while they are being beaten to a pulp are “not necessarily an expression of hate” and instead a “casual use of slang terms”. It’s really sad how much Davis residents shrug off derogatory language as no big deal, especially when it is one of their own. I will be very disheartened if this line of attack is bought by a local jury.

 

I’ve seen this behavior before from Davis residents with regards to racist and anti-semitic remarks and graffiti. Every time someone spray paints a new swastika, people like Elaine Roberts Musser and Alan Miller are on the Davis Vanguard arguing that it’s not a big deal, it’s just for attention, it’s just a little prank and how it shouldn’t be published because all it does it make the town look bad. Personally, I feel better when someone from the town says that this behavior is not okay — because the overwhelming message I get is that Davis residents either don’t care or agree with the hate.

 

The way Davis residents respond kind of reminds me of Steubensville, Ohio. We have a city in huge denial that there is a problem. When Emily Ighnat posted the full name of the victim from the much publicized trial, along with slurs, libel and a physical threat, she got blow back from the non-Steubensville community. Her mother jumped to her defense, describing her as a good kid, much like the language I see used to describe Davis residents who perpetuate hate. There was the littany of excuses — how Emily Ighnat supposedly did not know what rape was (but at the same time was supposedly taking college classes because she’s a ‘good kid’). The mother claims Emily Ighnat’s deleting of her own social media accounts was some sort of step in the right direction, rather than just protection for Emily Ighnat. See the contraditions here: http://bustedbitchesandinternetstalkers.com/2013/03/17/breaking-jane-doe-steubenville-now-receiving-threats-via-social-media

 

Graffiti and threats aren’t as bad as beatings and rapes, but I do worry that the message being sent is the former is okay. As with Trent Mays and Malik Richardson, I am already seeing commenters online more worried about Clayton Garzon and how things are ‘unfair’ for him, rather than concerned about the terrible terrible acts that were committed.

 

BIKING IS A LITTLE SCARIER IN DAVIS

I know that no city is completely safe, but I can’t help but feel a little extra scared biking in the early morning or late evening these days knowing that Clayton Garzon, the man accused of beating Mikey Partida while using anti-homosexual slurs AND previously knifing folks in Dixon, is out there. I know he is innocent in the eyes of the law until proven guilty, but the accounts out there don’t leave much doubt and I have to protect myself. I don’t think the GPS monitor he has to wear now that they have upped his bail ($500k, already posted) is going to do much to protect me, but I am glad he has to keep away from Mikey Partida. (Has anyone heard if he also has to keep away from the Partida family?)

 

Reading some of the comments on local news has been disheartening. On the Davis Patch, commenter “Jamon Turner” shrugs off the slurs as not being hateful, just normal parlance. On the same article, commenter “JJ Lawrence” writes “Davis is full of hate crimes and racism that is NEVER addressed because the parents are either political figures in this community or know the right people” — and he uses this to tell us that we should not judge Clayton Garzon. The argument is that because other people get away with hate crimes and racism, Clayton Garzon should too! Frightening.

 

There are a lot of aggressive drivers to fear in Davis. The ones I’ve had the most trouble with look too old to be college students and the recent cyclist deaths have been due to residents driving, not students. Now I keep my eye out for this guy as a pedestrian too.

Anonymous (1191789080) @ 2014-02-10 11:45:17/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ZAMORA _ ANTHONY JZamora is notorious for writing false reports and harassing students. His pay keeps going up. I guess that's the type of police work the University wants. 
Anonymous (3514915097) @ 2014-02-07 10:03:07/index.php?campus=hastings&name=burgosDo you have salary data for UC Hastings?
Anonymous (2160607272) @ 2014-02-04 20:32:42/index.php?title=!programmer ii ucdCan you include years of service and annual salary?
Anonymous (2850700882) @ 2014-01-23 11:50:42/index.php?title=!HS ASSISTANT CLIN PROF-HCOMPwhat is a HS ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROF-HCOMP. Specifically, what is HCOMP?
Anonymous (2886108829) @ 2014-01-16 11:12:38/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=YETMAN _ Robert JRobert J. Yetman uses dirty, underhanded schemes to scam, trick and mislead students. He discriminates and harasses his students. He yells at students to "Shut up, put your head down and work". Robert J. Yetman is corrupt, greedy, and unscrupulous. He makes offensive comments toward women as "cute" and "above average intelligence or no intelligence". A student asks him for help with tax returns in his class, he yells angrily "Can you afford me?!!". A student lost $20,000+ in tuition funds and job opportunities because of his constant harassment and discrimination. Robert J. Yetman only cares about students' wallets than students themselves. He manages the school as a corporate style “leader” to steal from students. He would cut off students' arms and legs to increase the UC Davis Graduate School of Management low ratings and funds. It's a waste of federal and California's taxpayers’ funds toward his salary as the faculty director and administrator of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.

WARNING - DO NOT MAKE THE BIGGEST MISTAKE OF YOUR LIFE IN ATTENDING UC DAVIS.

STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM THE UC DAVIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT!!

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Anonymous (1112269855) @ 2014-01-05 06:02:45/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=GONZALEZ _ JAIMEPlease remove me from this site!  My info is completely inaccurate to begin with.  Also, why would you have people's information on display like this?  Remove me IMMEDIATELY!
Anonymous (1111041639) @ 2013-12-31 12:06:39/index.php?name=mimi koehlMimi Koehl is a train wreck of an advisor who delays publication of her students work while she gives talks and writes review papers about it (with herself as first author).  She manipulates and misleads students to work on things dead end projects to redo her own work from the 70s.  Her only skill in science is manipulating people and giving talks.  Students who complain are kicked out of lab; she also gives talks about their work to competitors and colludes in blocking publications.  She has advised postdocs to work at Starbucks, expected email responses from students at Christmas and during funerals, sent harassing email to students new advisors when they leave the lab (as grad students or as postdocs), she purchases lab equipment for students of one sex but not the other.  Students have papers that have been waiting for 3-7 years for her comments before submission.  The $200,000 spent on her is a mockery of higher education - she can't collect data, analyze it, or work her own computer, and needs multiple web biographies and fabricated stories about things said in 1977 to prop up the sagging, festering weight that she is on the department. Koehl takes bright, promising students, extracts work from them, publishes it in her own name, and none of them have any future in academia because of her.  Prospective students beware!
Anonymous (2886108829) @ 2013-12-14 22:20:23/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=YETMAN _ Robert J

Do Not Attend UC Davis.

 

I’m a graduate student at UC Davis. Now that I’ve been living in Davis, CA for a while, I can say it is quite different from what I expected, enough so that I have at times regretted choosing UC Davis over my other options. When I visited, I was told of an accepting community, but that has not been my experience. I find that when I express these thoughts, I am often ignored or told the same party line about how great Davis is, as if my experiences don’t count. The narrative of Davis matters moreto the community than treating people well.

 

I think it was best summed up by this quote from davisvanguard.org: “A local business owner shared stories about the experiences that his interracial grandchildren suffered.  He told the audience that if you explain this story to a black person in Davis, they understand.  When you tell it to a white person, they respond that this is Davis, a liberal and progressive city.” [Story link: http://davisvanguard.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5908:sunday-commentary-eyes-wide-open-listening-to-the-community&catid=51:civil-rights&Itemid=81 ]

 

So I am sharing my experiences here. Maybe those of you considering Davis will benefit from knowing more sides of the Davis story.

 

-Biking is a little scarier in Davis

I know that no city is completely safe, but I can’t help but feel a little extra scared biking in the early morning or late evening these days knowing that Clayton Garzon, the man accused of beating Mikey Partida while using anti-homosexual slurs AND previously knifing folks in Dixon, is out there. I know he is innocent in the eyes of the law until proven guilty, but the accounts out there don’t leave much doubt and I have to protect myself. I don’t think the GPS monitor he has to wear now that they have upped his bail ($500k, already posted) is going to do much to protect me, but I am glad he has to keep away from Mikey Partida. (Has anyone heard if he also has to keep away from the Partida family?)

 

Reading some of the comments on local news has been disheartening. On the Davis Patch, commenter “Jamon Turner” shrugs off the slurs as not being hateful, just normal parlance. On the same article, commenter “JJ Lawrence” writes “Davis is full of hate crimes and racism that is NEVER addressed because the parents are either political figures in this community or know the right people” — and he uses this to tell us that we should not judge Clayton Garzon. The argument is that because other people get away with hate crimes and racism, Clayton Garzon should too! Frightening.

 

There are a lot of aggressive drivers to fear in Davis. The ones I’ve had the most trouble with look too old to be college students and the recent cyclist deaths have been due to residents driving, not students. Now I keep my eye out for this guy as a pedestrian too.

 

-More Davis in Denial

This is the most detailed article on Clayton Garzon’s second bail hearing I read: http://www.dailydemocrat.com/news/ci_22884880/davis-hate-crime-suspects-bail-raised-520-000

 

Reading it, I got to thinking not only of the horrible crime against Mikey Partida, but of a recurring theme I experience in Davis — the apathy of the majority with respect to hateful incidents against minority groups.

 

Clayton Garzon’s attorney, Linda Parisi, argues that the court should be lenient because Clayton Garzon has “voluntarilty on his own” joined a program to combat alcohol abuse. I do question how non-coerced this was. Despite Linda Parisi’s use of redundancy in addressing how Clayton Garzon did this on his own accord (“voluntarily” and “on his own”), I wonder if it was instead suggested by a family member or Linda Parisi herself.

 

Worse yet, Linda Parisi, again argues that homophobic slurs being yelled at someone while they are being beaten to a pulp are “not necessarily an expression of hate” and instead a “casual use of slang terms”. It’s really sad how much Davis residents shrug off derogatory language as no big deal, especially when it is one of their own. I will be very disheartened if this line of attack is bought by a local jury.

 

I’ve seen this behavior before from Davis residents with regards to racist and anti-semitic remarks and graffiti. Every time someone spray paints a new swastika, people like Elaine Roberts Musser and Alan Miller are on the Davis Vanguard arguing that it’s not a big deal, it’s just for attention, it’s just a little prank and how it shouldn’t be published because all it does it make the town look bad. Personally, I feel better when someone from the town says that this behavior is not okay — because the overwhelming message I get is that Davis residents either don’t care or agree with the hate.

 

The way Davis residents respond kind of reminds me of Steubensville, Ohio. We have a city in huge denial that there is a problem. When Emily Ighnat posted the full name of the victim from the much publicized trial, along with slurs, libel and a physical threat, she got blow back from the non-Steubensville community. Her mother jumped to her defense, describing her as a good kid, much like the language I see used to describe Davis residents who perpetuate hate. There was the littany of excuses — how Emily Ighnat supposedly did not know what rape was (but at the same time was supposedly taking college classes because she’s a ‘good kid’). The mother claims Emily Ighnat’s deleting of her own social media accounts was some sort of step in the right direction, rather than just protection for Emily Ighnat. See the contraditions here: http://bustedbitchesandinternetstalkers.com/2013/03/17/breaking-jane-doe-steubenville-now-receiving-threats-via-social-media

 

Graffiti and threats aren’t as bad as beatings and rapes, but I do worry that the message being sent is the former is okay. As with Trent Mays and Malik Richardson, I am already seeing commenters online more worried about Clayton Garzon and how things are ‘unfair’ for him, rather than concerned about the terrible terrible acts that were committed.

 

-Picnic Day Coming

With all the reminders about Picnic Day streaming in, I’m reminded of what I originally heard about the event. As a first year, it was initially described to me by a long-time Davis resident as some sort of major blight on the city where UC Davis students get drunk and obnoxious starting at 10am and ruin the quality of life for the residents. After hearing this from multiple Davis residents, I was shocked to see so many locals on campus during Picnic Day, enjoying all the festivities to the point of sometimes cutting in line in front of UC Davis students! Campus mostly seemed like a wholesome family-friendly place.

 

Going off-campus I did see more student-aged groups outside than usual and they were more likely to try to attract attention but they weren’t particularly loud. I was more concerned about the extremely aggressive driving of non-student-aged people in the area who showed very little love for sharrows and law-abiding cyclists. It’s a shame the enhanced safety policies in the zones near campus don’t apply to them. The police are only interested in enforcing the laws on students, not on murderous non-student drivers.

 

Anyway, perhaps it got worse at night. I had left by then. Still, it wasn’t the 10am-onward public drunkeness spectacular I had been led to believe.

 

-UC Davis Chemistry Magic Show Embarrassment: Slurs yes, Safety no

Last year I went to the Chemistry Magic Show at Picnic Day since people made such a big deal out of it. I was really unimpressed. The stunts were largely things I had done before or at least seen before, often in a better setting.

 

There’s a limit to what can be done indoors. Sadly the Chemistry Club and their faculty advisors went past this limit. In a segment where they took torches to hydrogen-filled ballons, one of the light covers from the ceiling was knocked loose. Chemistry 194 has a high ceiling with large light covers, so the cover fell quite a distance before striking several audience members. What did the Chemistry Club then do? They lit up another balloon! They chose to do something they had just demonstrated was not safe for the venue. Lab safety is of supreme importance and it was disappointing and embarrassing to see the Chemistry Club behave in such a way.

 

Even worse, I heard the faculty advisors telling one of the victims after the show (they didn’t check on all of them right after the incident, only the victims who were related to club members) that they would warn people not to sit in the front row for the next show. I was expecting to hear that they wouldn’t be doing it again! These people are faculty!

 

I was also disappointed that one of the ‘jokes’ the Chemistry Club used involved a racial slur.  Not cool. The one they used doesn’t carry with it nearly as much troubling history as other slurs, but it undermines calling out the worse ones and alienates potential allies. I didn’t get the names of the offending students as they were all going by (sometimes mispronounced) names of famous scientists.

 

-Davis residents think students deserve to be raped

The first I learned about Picnic Day was a long time Davis resident explaining it to me. As she was going on about the excessive drinking that I have yet to observe, she claimed that the “girls” who drink and wear skimpy clothing deserve it when they get raped.

 

No. Full Stop.

 

No one deserves to be raped.

 

This isn’t a isolated opinion either. I was discussing this downtown and none of the Davis residents disagreed with this woman’s opinion.

 

It’s been hot and sunny every Picnic Day since I got here. Now Davis residents think that female students who wear shorts and a tank top deserve to be raped? Adding to the hypocrisy, I saw some middle aged and over women at Picnic Day with plunging necklines and shorts. (The ones that drew attention were acting loud and obnoxious too. I’m sure if they were students they would be labeled as ‘drunk.’) Why is it okay when residents dress for comfort but ‘deserving rape’ when it’s students?

 

-UC Davis Hate Crimes Hidden

I noticed that over the years, the UC Davis police has dropped the word “Hate” from the titles of crime alerts where hate is clearly a factor. You need to download the PDF find the details.

 

This includes the recent assault of someone while sexual orientation slurs were being yelled. (I’m not referring to Mikey Partida here. This is another incident. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CrimeAlertsFolder/C13-0553%20Battery_Hate.pdf/view

 

This also includes outright threats that included racial slurs right in the Mondavi Center/Mrak Hall area. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CrimeAlertsFolder/C13-0553%20Battery_Hate.pdf/view

 

Students shouldn’t have to go digging to find this stuff. At my previous institution, the administration and security was much more proactive about disseminating information about crime. It’s as if UC Davis is more interested in its image that keeping students safe.

 

I’m also disheartened that these incidents are so shrug-worthy to the campus population that the student newspaper, The Aggie, doesn’t even mention them.

 

Check them out yourself ( http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime-alerts/ ) to read some of the reported incidents of hate-related vandalism, threats, battery, and assault. This list is clearly not comprehensive of all the events on campus though. For example it is missing the swastikas and vandalism to the LGBT and women’s centers that have occurred over the past several years. It also doesn’t account for the many sexual assault/rape incidents the university is federally forced to report (albeit rather late) thanks to the Clery Act (e.g. http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/CurrentCleryStatistics2010.pdf/view) Of course, the Clery Act documents seem to be under-listing the amount of hate incidents compared to what’s on the Davis Wiki!

 

Some of the incidents you need to go to yet another page for like the note from the “KKK” telling people to go away ( http://police.ucdavis.edu/crime/hate-or-bias-incidents-1/crime/hate-or-bias-incidents-1/incident-report-c12-0102 ).

 

Then’s there’s the daily crime log which UC Davis uploads as a PDF with page settings so it won’t open in browser. They’re really making this more obnoxious than it needs to be. These logs have almost no detail though — hate is never mentioned in any of the summaries.

 

-Quotes from The Aggie

A sad quote: “Krause said that at least once a week a student expresses feeling the impact of oppression in their lives in Davis.” [ http://www.theaggie.org/2013/05/30/police-actively-investigate-alleged-hate-crimes-double-homicide/ ]

 

An important quote: “Violence won’t just disappear and the future doesn’t just “get better.” Making the future safe for sexual and gender expression is hard work. Our community leaders need to be the ones protecting and informing us and, if they don’t, we need to break the silence ourselves.” [ http://www.theaggie.org/2013/05/23/reimagining-equality/ ]

 

-Speaking with my dollar

One of my responses to being continually marginalized in Davis is making sure the city gets as little of my tax money as possible. I do my brick & mortar shopping and restaurant dining outside the city. I have my online purchases delivered to friends or my permanent residence and bring them back to Davis when I visit. It’s not much money lost to them (though books, school supplies, clothing, etc all add up) but it’s relatively easy for me to do and I get satisfaction knowing I’m not financially supporting a community with a significant intolerance problem it refuses to address.

 

-UC Davis violates Clery Act

UC Davis recently released their 2013 Campus Security Report (Clery Act) statistics. They report NO hate crimes or hate motivation for 2012, but a quick search easily brings up a January 30, 2012 hate-inspired vandalism incident t the Women’s Resources and Research Center (WRRC): http://www.theaggie.org/2012/02/07/letter-to-the-editor-incident-at-wrrc/

 

The WRRC is on campus. Note that the Hate and Bias Incident Reporting System was used and a police report filed. Davis in the past has claimed “but no one reported it!” when incidents happened right in front of police officers and administrators (who did nothing), but this is clearly not the case here. How many less publicized hate incidents are being quashed by UC Davis’ untruthful reporting?

 

I suppose they could mean the 2012-3 school year, but there are plenty of incidents clearly reported to the campus police then too:  http://daviswiki.org/Race_%26_Ethnicity

 

The DOE reviews compliance for this: http://studentaid.ed.gov/about/data-center/school/clery-act

 

Since this doesn’t fall under the DOE’s Office for Civil Rights, it looks like the general complaint form is the way to go: https://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OIG/englishhotlineform.cfm

 

See UC Davis misrepresent crime statistics here: http://police.ucdavis.edu/campus-security-reports/UCDavisCleryStatistics.pdf

 

-Davis places barriers to Hate reporting

UC Davis makes it more difficult to report hate or bias incidents by not having an online form like other UC schools such as UCSD and UCSC have Instead, a reporter must make a phone call. I’ve had very negative experiences with phone calls with campus staff. I much prefer something that can be tracked electronically and in which I won’t be blown off by a campus administrator who believes the hate I experience is not a big enough deal or tries to talk me out of reporting. Considering how many of my forms have mysteriously ‘vanished’ despite my submitting them the same as other students in my cohort and considering how many times electronic records of these forms saved me, I would feel much more comfortable with an online form.

 

Victims and concerned parties may instead report through the UC-wide form: https://ucsystems.ethicspointvp.com/custom/ucs_ccc/ I don’t know if this form is better, but at least there is a tracking system associated with it.

 

Though there’s proof that UC Davis did have reported hate incidents in 2012, despite the doctored numbers shown in their Clery statistics, one has to wonder how much never sees the light of day because Davis tries to squelch it by making reporting so difficult.

 

-Clayton Garzon disappears for 8 hours while on bail

Clayton Garzon, who recently struck a plea deal regarding his derogatory slur-laced, hate-fueled beating of Mikey Partida in Davis and his stabbing of others in Dixon, has been out on bail awaiting final sentencing where he will spend a paltry 2.5 years in local jail and receive one strike for his two extremely violent crimes. Recently he allowed his GPS tracker to run out of battery, allowing him 8 hours where authorities were unable to track him. This was the second incident in which his tracker ran out of battery. Fortunately authorities reacted by seeking a judge the next day and having his release revoked.

 

It’s extremely discouraging that Garzon, and his family who bailed him out, do not take this seriously. It’s as if they think the law does not apply to them. They clearly do not care about the safety of others in Davis.

 

http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/crime-fire-courts/hate-crime-defendant-jailed-following-alleged-gps-violations/

 

-Davis residents repeatedly advocate suppressing reporting of Hate incidents

Hate incidents are frequent in Davis, but residents persistently advocate keeping them hidden rather than addressing the issues. This is despite expert presentations as well as statistics showing that this “ignore it” approach DOES NOT WORK. Some residents even go so far as to insinuate these incidents are perpetrated by the victims themselves! Rather than face the serious hate problems that Davis has, the residents instead choose to blame and bash the victims and make spurious claims that the the folks in the city who will to stand up to this are just, in the words of resident Elaine Roberts Musser the “noisy racism bandwagon.” Elaine Roberts Musser argues for the rights of the elderly, of which she is a member, but when it comes to other maligned groups, where she has no experience with the daily ‘death by a thousand cuts’ microaggressions we face, we’re all just the ‘noisy racism bandwagon’ who in her own words are personally attacking her. This is the common pro-oppression derailment of blaming the minorities and their allies for daring to stand up against the racist institutional structure we face every day. Davisites like Elaine Roberts Musser need to make it all about them. The reality of the situation is unfathomable to them and they have no interest, no compassion to make it better for those of us who weren’t born so fortunate and face much worse than what she considers a personal attack every day we’re here.

 

You can see more of Elaine Roberts Musser’s ignorant rants in the comments here: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5469:tensions-heighten-as-swastika-and-qnq-word-found-spray-painted-under-i-80-underpass&Itemid=87  Also in the article comments we see poster Octane 91 calling Jann Murray-Garcia a racist for explaining statistics that show the majority of these crimes are conducted by white males.

 

Elaine Roberts Musser represents a loud and pervasive segment of the Davis community:

 

Poster “Growth Izzue” complains that the hate vandalism and racial slurs that appeared at UC Davis during the anniversary of the civil rights movement would be “blown way out of proportion.” Even if “Growth Izzue” isn’t bothered by slurs scrawled all over the learning environment during a symbolic time, you would think he would at least be concerned about the cost of 31 broken windows. See comments here: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7592:uc-davis-officials-investigating-incident-as-hate-crime&catid=63:law-enforcement&Itemid=114

 

When a swastika was burned into a table at the local middle school, several residents, including Ryan Kelly, Alan Miller, rusty49 and dlemongello, claimed it was not a hate crime, that talking about it was an overreaction, and that it was just bored kids. It doesn’t matter if the perpetrators were bored kids or not. This behavior is still unacceptable and Davis should take these incidents seriously rather than just brushing them under the rug. Steve Hayes tries to claim it is a false flag, again going with the ridiculous belief that all hate crimes are really performed by victims in order to show evidence of something that doesn’t happen. Steve Hayes convinces himself and like-minded Davis resident that these crimes don’t happen despite evidence. (Elaine Roberts Musser is also in the thread again claiming we should just ignore them despite the word of experts.) See: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5521:swastika-burned-into-holmes-jr-high-picnic-table&Itemid=87

 

When a noose was hung from the goalpost at a local high school during the Juneteenth celebration (for freedom and emancipation from slavery), again Davis residents rushed to claim no hate. Commenters included “Frankly” (Jeff Boone), Phil Coleman, and “rusty49. Jeff Boone and rusty49 again try to claim this must have been done by one of the vicitms: in the words of Jeff Boone, the work of some race-obsessed social activist frustrated by the lack of genuine evidence of racial hate. I run into this kind of rhetoric all the time from Davis residents or UC Davis staff/faculty when I try to report very real experiences I have had at Davis, some of which have MATERIALLY disrupted progress in my studies. It’s really hard to get things done when your paperwork just “disappears” and the person handling it has called you a slur under their breath. See: http://davisvanguard.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5462:noose-discovered-hanging-from-goalpost-at-davis-high-stadium-has-public-officials-concerned&catid=54:law-enforcement&Itemid=87&cpage=30

 

There are some good people in Davis, but time and time again when I read about these incidents, the majority of voices go to all the usual derailment tricks. They try to minimize the importance of what occurred and turn the conversation back to how difficult their lives are because minorities and allies are being vocal about having to deal with hate. They consider these issues minor when they don’t realize how many minor incidents go unreported because we see what their reactions are to the incidents with physical evidence and some of the most offensive symbolism.

 

-Chancellor Katehi buries latest reported hate incidents

Last Friday, Chancellor Katehi sent a rare message addressing racist incidents on campus. There was one for the racist vandalism on the civil rights movement anniversary a few months ago. The time before was two years ago — regarding a noose that appeared during a diversity conference (with no mention of the swastikas that came with it). There was not a peep from the Katehi, or usually anyone else in the administration, for many of the other reported incidents in between, some of which involved physical threats, assault, or violence.

 

Katehi’s message conveniently arrived on the Friday before the Thanksgiving Break when The Aggie won’t be publishing for two weeks and most people are too busy with holiday plans to take notice of the news.

 

This particular missive was in response to two separate incidents of students being harassed by tormenters in cars yelling racial slurs. It’s not uncommon to hear derogatory language on campus, so I’m curious as to why these particular incidents were taken seriously.

 

Katehi ends the email with the usual imploring to always report such incidents to the police or the administration — yet Davis continues to make this difficult by not having an online form or any way to report anonymously. Some of us have been put through the ringer by the Davis machine and aren’t so trusting that their concerns will be handled without retaliation, especially when recently administrators and campus police did nothing but look on while students were threatened for their ethnicity.

 

Another surprise in Katehi’s message was the reference to Kristallnacht. Despite writing about the noose during the Students of Color Conference in 2011, Katehi made no mention of the swastikas that also appeared at the time, despite it also being the same month as Kristallnacht.

 

This might have something to do with the growing concerns of Jewish students, as summarized in Jewish Students Uncomfortable on Campus. It’s not uncommon to hear anti-Semitic slurs, stereotyping or rhetoric on campus. However, I bet Jewish students would appreciate having police and administrators actually take action when they are present when Jewish students are harassed and assaulted on campus or even neutral observers are stalked and harassed for supporting free speech of Jewish students, instead of just throwing a passing reference in an email that wasn’t meant to be read.

 

http://www.frontpagemag.com/2013/leila-beckwith-and-tammi-rossman-benjamin/jewish-students-threatened-at-uc-davis/


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Anonymous (2902098169) @ 2013-08-25 22:39:11/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=PORTNOFF _ LARISSA CWho can we contact to have our information removed?
2012 WAGES UPDATED! (1135155614) @ 2013-08-02 21:55:55/index.php2012 WAGES ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO VIEW AT https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/
Annette (1281312846) @ 2013-08-02 19:53:42/index.php
Why is my info here! this feels like a violation to my privacy and I will report it!
Anonymous (2886108829) @ 2013-07-26 10:38:50/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=YETMAN _ Robert JRobert Yetman is a douchebag. Violates the code of conduct to misuse your personal information for personal benefit and generate revenue for the UC Davis GSM . Intentionally uses discrimination, humiliation, intimidation, and manipulation to repeatedly harass and hurt people. Makes accusing, offensive, inappropriate opinions from deep prejudices toward people. Creepy, twisted mind. Shame on him. Stay away from him and the UC Davis GSM.
Anonymous (2886108829) @ 2013-07-25 09:33:24/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=YETMAN _ Robert JRobert Yetman is a douchbag. I was repeatedly attacked and harassed on a personal and professional level by him. He only cares about his administrative and researching duties, not teaching role. Rude/Arrogant/Unprofessional attitude. Beware before applying or accepting a position at the UC Davis Mpac Program!
Anonymous (3450855702) @ 2013-07-22 11:17:59/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=MAHAR _ LISA CAMBRIAPeople:  The UC Office of the President puts out the same information.  https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/

There is nothing illegal about this.  We are all public employees and our salary is and should be transparent.  After all, the taxpayers are paying for our salaries.
Anonymous (2925634169) @ 2013-07-11 15:59:08/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=UDUOKHAI _ MARY MERCILLINAHPlease remove my name from this.  This is too revealing.  My salary is for me and my consumption, not for the public!
Anonymous (2153848719) @ 2013-07-10 16:23:28/index.phpThese are actually very useful data for diversity purpose. One can use them to determine whether a department has noticeable salary gaps between genders for instance. 
Anonymous (2230269514) @ 2013-07-05 15:26:42/index.phpYou may also file a complaint with the Internet Crime Compliant Center
https://complaint.ic3.gov/

Anonymous (2230269514) @ 2013-07-05 14:38:04/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=HAWTHORNE _ ANN BRADY _ MRS.If you want your name removed, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/FTC_Wizard.aspx?Lang=en

Anonymous (2509137694) @ 2013-07-02 11:32:10/letters.php?id=2REMOVE OUR PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM THIS SITE!!!WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, WHAT A VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND THIS INFORMATION ISN'T EVEN ACCURATE.
Anonymous (2230287542) @ 2013-06-25 11:43:16/letters.php?id=2No, Jeff does not know how to change his half ass programing to exclude people that make less than 100k. He also does not know how to copy and paste. I found many differences with the data he provides and the data provided by the following site https://ucannualwage.ucop.edu/wage/
Transparency is needed but you should think about the privacy of individuals. If you provide information to the public you should do a great job, not an OK job...no wonder why Jeff does not work for the UC system anymore.
Anonymous (849430326) @ 2013-06-24 23:24:05/letters.php?id=2Can you not program it so that people who make less than 100K are excluded from the searchable database?
Anonymous (1672200103) @ 2013-06-17 19:58:12/allcomments.php
I reported this site to the FTC.gov They said you can not put this data up. Report them to the FTC.gov if they put your info up
Anonymous (1134640186) @ 2013-06-10 02:59:57/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=DELYSER _ MONIKA ZOFIAPlease remove my public profile from being posted on line, thanks. 
Anonymous (1280845124) @ 2013-06-08 23:43:35/index.phpOnce again, Anonymous at 2013-06-06 13:39:20 and Anonymous at 2013-05-14 13:06:49 are still missing the point. Yes, transparency is great (I am a tax paying citizen) but the website host could remove the names and keep the job titles to allow for more privacy. When you goggle a name, this site pops up. The two others sites provided from the two Anonymous commenters above do not show up on a search engine. 

Anonymous (3450855703) @ 2013-06-06 13:39:20/index.phpThe UC Office of the President publishes the same data.  Its all public information since we are all public employees.  


Taxpayers have a right to know where there money is going.
Anonymous (1286080857) @ 2013-06-02 15:05:19/letters.php?id=2


Please remove our names.  My salary information off of this site is the first thing that pops up when one googles my name. This is very uncomfortable. 

 

Is there a specific email address I could ask to have my name removed?

 

Thank you-

Anonymous (1827234101) @ 2013-05-31 02:36:12/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=DO _ FREDERICK Q.I worked under him [Frederick Do]. He's a bastard that harrassed me. He should know who I am.

I reported to HR twice, didn't do anything the first time. Second time, they was going to launch an investigation but he harrassed me to the point where I quit so they didn't do it.

If you work under him, you have to realized that there is no way up. The only way up is his job. The only reason he got the job is he stayed there for 10+ years. If you work there you should leave after a while, cause it's a dead end. No one stayed there except for the DBA and Sys Admin. Both of them are old and vested in the pension with the fact that they need the benefits. There are no raises, he complains about how the company won't give raises but he gets them every years. He's pretty good at building rapport and getting people to trust him, eventually if you're keen you can tell he's full of it.

You're more then welcome to ask for more details about him. But don't work there. If you work there please remember it's a dead end, get the paycheck and apply for other places.
Anonymous (1280845124) @ 2013-05-18 17:58:49/index.phpThose that love this site have probably used someone's information to commit tax fraud. Way to go website provider. The only difference between this site and other sites is that you can search for someone's name and their information pops up while you have to actively search for those other sites.
Anonymous (2850408841) @ 2013-05-14 13:06:49/index.phpThat's right this is public information. Here's another site offering salary data on State Employees
http://www.sacbee.com/statepay/
Anonymous (2390829265) @ 2013-05-12 19:54:26/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=BLOW _ KA-SANDRA JI would not appreciated anyone posting mine nor some else's personal information without  their permission. I would advise you to take off information that you were not given permission to post. And yes, this is a vitiation of someone's privacy. 

Anonymous (2886602937) @ 2013-05-08 23:11:52/index.phpAs public employees, our salaries are public information. There is no privacy being violated here. That's part of the deal with a UC job. We're mostly underpaid, underappreciated, and we have to do it all in plain sight of the public. That's just the way it is, people.
Anonymous (2161813298) @ 2013-05-08 09:43:01/letters.php?id=2There is so much hatred expressed towards public sector workers these days, it is hard to tell whether this page helps or hurts. I took a big pay cut to work in the public sector, but I like my job and I think my work helps improve things in this world, so I won't whine too much.  I earn WELL under $100K. I'm sure the salary information provided by this page would all be super helpful information for anyone who wants to pursue a legal suit against a UC employee--they can go online and see if it is worth their while!  I think job titles rather than names would be better, frankly. 
Anonymous (3326663033) @ 2013-05-01 23:11:30/index.phpI believe this sites Admin has only good intentions and in light of that it has affected the privacy of some of us who are on the same side as him and agree with the unfair treatment which is going on.  The issue with other sites and this in particular are that you have to do a specific search  on those as where once you are on this site then you can just do a Google search of your name and it will show up.  There has been good suggestions made such as a limit of what salaries are to be posted (100k or more, or 150k or more).. Or just titles, initials, and salaries for those below that range and then the information for those above it. With your good intentions I ask you to put the mind of some of us at ease and just have that information available.  It would have a better affect on those visiting the site and those who are included. 
Anonymous (1280845124) @ 2013-05-01 22:36:28/index.phpBut everyone else is doing it so why can't I...This is not a good excuse. I am still having privacy issues. Maybe if this site starts to make good morale decisions, that are made public, others mays follow. Be proactive. Someone gave a great suggestion about making the titles public and not our names. Think about doing the right thing in life.
Anonymous (2643902701) @ 2013-05-01 14:33:17/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=CHELAMKURI _ KRANTHI KUMARDont make my salary details public..make it private
Anonymous (782675665) @ 2013-05-01 13:25:19/index.phpBut several other websites already publish this information, including names. The "morale problem" you mention would still exist.
Anonymous (2755872273) @ 2013-05-01 09:08:22/index.php

I do understand the good intentions of the site and agree with it.  But have to say for those that do not have common names and that are making much less than the big cats this is unfair and just creates a bad feeling towards those around you. I personally do not want to know how much the person next to me makes but now that I see they make 20K more for the same job and receive more perks it really gets my morale down and I am sure it does for many others. If you are genuine in what you are trying to provide then please publish salaries for the elite group who is making more than a certain amount. I think sticking to just title and salary would be sufficient. Even initials, salaries, and job titles. But to put those of us and our information out there for everyone to see is not the way to go.  Salaries should be kept private for various reasons and in this situation if you create a threshold you have reached your goal in showing transparency and at the same time respecting the privacy of many many many of us which are on the same side as you are. 

 

Thank You, 

 

Long time employee

Anonymous (2755872273) @ 2013-05-01 08:48:54/letters.php?id=2Please do not print our names. Or for those who makes less than 50K or 60K to even a 100K.  Its hard enough not making enough and then our personal information is made public. I do understand the unfairness and with you on it. Hell I suffer from it. But this adds to our stress and our privacy even though it is public information. So please remove the names or at least for some making below a threshold.  Your attention and aid is much respected and appreciated. 
Anonymous (2230287542) @ 2013-04-30 19:06:33/index.php?campus=davis&name=davidsonYes, transparency is necessary and this can be done by just posting our job titles and not our names. This is a major breach of personal privacy. I understand about wanting transparency...I pay both state and federal taxes! All this site is doing is creating conflict in the work environment. I am thinking why should I still be hear at 7pm and my coworker who makes 20K more than I do left around 430pm. Interesting question... I guess I will take a short day for the rest of the week or maybe month. Ultimately this is a privacy issue. Unfortunately my name in not common and a random person "stalker" now knows how much I make. Thank you...Again just post the job titles and not our names.
Anonymous (1816243697) @ 2013-04-30 08:12:53/index.php?campus=davis&name=davidsonThanks for putting this together.  I think transparency is completely necessary, especially with public funds.  I also appreciate some of the more coherent comments about money flow and how faculty attract more or less money in grants, thus justifying their greater (wow!) wages.  It seems complicated.  'sensible decision, then for the university to pay the higher wages if it attracts net money, but perhaps indicates problems with the structure of the system as a whole.
 
Anonymous (3326664622) @ 2013-04-23 18:04:48/allcomments.phpThis information is already public - it is published by the Sacramento Bee. Just do a google search for "sac bee state worker salaries." If Jeff wants to fill his lonely hours duplicating it, that's his prerogative.
Anonymous (1202595029) @ 2013-04-18 07:50:41/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENJim Simons was a very highly accomplished mathematician before leaving for finance.  It is ridiculous to place him in the category of "far inferior abilities to" anyone.
Anonymous (1115374705) @ 2013-04-11 15:07:58/index.php?name=michael weinsteinIs that the site's fault, or UC's? If people in your office/locale might be in a better mood because of ignorance, maybe this means there are some pay equity issues that need to be addressed at your workplace.
Anonymous (644490252) @ 2013-04-11 10:13:48/index.php?name=michael weinsteinThis site leads to terrible morale amongst UC employees who know what the person in the next cubicle with the same title is making. In the private sector, pay is one thing is kept absolutely secret at work for just this reason. The list should be limited to those making more than 250k total pay a year. I believe those are the ones that worry UC critics. Either that or make the salaries below that level anonymous.
Anonymous (1667734079) @ 2013-04-09 22:20:39/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=GIROUX _ SHERWIN AIs there a way to remove my information from this list?
Anonymous (2291696433) @ 2013-04-06 17:04:15/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=CORLUYAN _ ARAMNo. We reserve the right to refuse to remove your information.
Anonymous (2850715019) @ 2013-03-25 23:20:55/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=gina balaticoAre you guys serious? Do you have any clue what goes into becoming a tenured professor (the education, the research, the services given to the university, etc.), and what are the research and teaching duties of (most) professors? Do you have any clue about how the grant system works, and that every grant that a professor gets (and in order to be tenured, professors must attract grants), the university gets up to 50% of the money from that grant? I think you need to do a bit of research before you even think of filing a (class action!!) law suit (which, I believe, will fail miserably). 
Aram Corluyan (1172925773) @ 2013-03-20 18:01:02/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=CORLUYAN _ ARAMPlease remove all my information from this site. This is my second attempt. I dont want my information to be open to the public. Thank you for your consideration.

Try to understand academic financials before commenting (1825413659) @ 2013-03-19 09:07:11/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=ali sayed

Some of the comments suggest that the authors do not fully understand the finances of a research university.  Allow me to explain:

Say a professor makes $120K/year. Of this, the state pays $90K (9 month).

Engineering and Science professors in that pay range bring into the university easily more than $500K/year in extramural funding through competitive research grants (many bring in far more). In addition to paying research staff (graduate students, administrative assistants etc.) this pays for 3 months of his/her salary (30K), and on top of that 54% overhead, which is money the university uses for a variety of purposes, including - yes - subsidizing students tuition. that is $175K.

So, you *think* that the State of California squanders $120K/year to pay the professor's salary, but in reality the professor is bringing to the University a net of $115K (175+50-90). 

This website should display not just the professors' salary, but also what s/he brings to the university. Most commenters would be surprised to know that professors yield a net profit for the university, and reducing their salary would have the net effect of having them move to a private university, where they could double their salary, and the UC would lose money, not save any!

Also, you should know that the state pays a TINY PERCENTAGE of the overall cost of UC: for the case of UCLA, about 280M$/year out of a budget of 5B$/year. This is less than 6%, less than what UCLA gets from rent of dorms. Less than it gets from selling tickets to sports events. 

So stop whining about state taxpayer money being squandered in the UC: The university should just ditch that 6%, become private, and stop this nonsense.

Having said that, it is true that for every professor in the UC system, there are 4 administrators. Many of them are in Sacramento and/or in executive/administrative offices (certainly they are not staff in support of academic activities, as professors typically share a secretary with another dozen faculty members). This ratio has skyrocketed in recent years and should be pared back.  If one were to quantify the *value* brought in by individuals, one would see that professors realize a net profit for the university, whereas most administrators are a net loss - with a few exceptions of people that are key enablers of academic activities or fundraisers.

So if you want to fight a battle, focus on administrators, not faculty, and be informed of how university finances work.

Anonymous (838904080) @ 2013-03-18 00:31:39/crisis_of_priorities.php
How can someone be removed? I see my poor mother on here and I know she would die if she knew this was published. She is a person from an era of privacy and had to endure a past that includes a violent ex who stalked her.    While I understand the point of our site and agree its not fair to bullish someone making under 100k. Please let me know how this may be removed from your database.
There is contact info at the bottom of the page.
Anonymous (1655746385) @ 2013-03-17 23:30:46/crisis_of_priorities.phpHow can someone be removed? I see my poor mother on here and I know she would die if she knew this was published. She is a person from an era of privacy and had to endure a past that includes a violent ex who stalked her.    While I understand the point of our site and agree its not fair to bullish someone making under 100k. Please let me know how this may be removed from your database.
Anonymous (1441649549) @ 2013-03-17 20:56:29/index.php?name=johnKeep in mind these professors have years of experience under their belt and if we don't even make it worth it for them none of this what wew have will actaully happen. So yes this salary ius correct and they should be making even more. 
Anonymous (2886108829) @ 2013-02-25 12:23:54/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=gina balaticoWith the California government's budget deficit and annual increase in student's tuition at UC schools, these salaries for professors are outrageously high. I also think a lawsuit is appropriate.
Anonymous (1246905504) @ 2013-02-24 21:15:55/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=gina balaticoI am planning to file a law suit against UC Board of Regents, which I think it will become a class action suit.

Mark robb (1265536023) @ 2013-02-22 14:41:54/crisis_of_priorities.phpHi , I just started to take a look at your numbers here and I can see 2 things. First you have some very valid points and I will be investing alot of time analyzing using your research to help identify some of the problems I see in America and ways to correct them. 2nd I can tell you are a little quick to promote a some what socialist point of view from these figures and to increase class warfare. The focus of patriots should be to unify Americans who think alike and true Americans come from all levels of soceity.
Anonymous (1191807670) @ 2013-02-20 13:57:52/index.php?campus=Santa Cruz&name=Orin MartinI agree that they should be making at least twice this.

Anonymous (1191807670) @ 2013-02-20 13:55:53/index.php?campus=Santa Cruz&name=Orin Martin
This man shud be making a least twice this

(your response)I agree 100%. 
Anonymous (1222408669) @ 2013-02-12 16:59:39/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=GIROUX _ SHERWIN Athis site is completely an  invasion of privacy! I hope you get what you deserve from doing this.
Anonymous (1669797099) @ 2013-02-07 19:00:27/index.phpThank you for this website! Finally the truth comes out about the inefficiencies of the UC education system.
Anonymous (1276005155) @ 2013-02-05 19:52:12/index.php?campus=Santa Cruz&name=Orin MartinThis man shud be making a least twice this

UC Davis (2886108829) @ 2013-02-05 15:26:41/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=YETMAN _ MICHELLE HExcellent Site!! Especially researching about all the overpaid, pompous MBA Professors at the UC Davis GSM! Definitely NOT applying anymore.
Anonymous (3493201367) @ 2013-02-02 05:08:10/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=CARANZO _ RONALDO MI actually spend my whole twelve hour shift looking at this site.
Anonymous (1276390148) @ 2013-02-02 04:42:59/index.phpwow this web site is crazy, nothings private anymore

Anonymous (2885847184) @ 2013-01-30 23:12:07/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=TANORI _ EDUARDO PPlease remove my name and salary inmediately from this site!!!!!!!
Anonymous (1828604739) @ 2013-01-26 19:26:58/allcomments.phpPlease remove me forthwith from your site, your partners, affiliates, subsidiaries, parent or any site, distribution list, remove my information including my name from any list sold, traded, or otherwise given or sold to any group both in the past and in the future. Remove my information from all databases and their backups.
Anonymous in San Rafael (1283369080) @ 2013-01-21 21:27:19/index.php?name=Amanda Mangan&title=!NURSE.COMMA. CLINICAL IIIThink its appalling that my salary comes up on a Google search for my name...seems like a privacy violation. Going to figure out how to shut it down.
Anonymous (1204173778) @ 2013-01-18 02:23:48/index.php?name=MajidyTransparency by in large eliminates favoritism. Thank you for posting everyone's income.
From UCI (2160599624) @ 2013-01-17 13:48:37/index.phpI have used this web site in the past and I find it absolutely great.   Thank you for setting this up by making people aware of all of the abuse going on.

Keep up the good work!
Anonymous (3450855692) @ 2013-01-09 13:06:29/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=dick sunMarc Gomez is a waste of space.
Anonymous (838904080) @ 2013-01-07 10:22:08/index.php

When is 2012 available?

If the past is an indicator, probably by mid/late summer.
Anonymous (1797746410) @ 2013-01-07 08:16:42/index.php


When is 2012 available?

 

ucsd is the best (1258663933) @ 2013-01-03 21:29:47/index.phpshut this site immediately. This is a criminal and nefarious activity , and a sheer breach of privacy. What do you get making useless trash website? Is this the reaon of your getting an education?
Anonymous (2161772508) @ 2012-12-19 16:15:48/index.php?campus=SAN FRANCISCO&name=LIN _ CHING-SHWUNWhat does extra pay means? Where is the money from?
Anonymous (1662111565) @ 2012-11-16 22:18:26/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_Serina
You may not be able to pay for your $50,000 bill, so you may get emergency MediCal.
Every student in the UC system is required to have health insurance through UC SHIP unless they have outside insurance (like through a job or their parents).
Anonymous (1095664435) @ 2012-11-16 01:58:30/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_SerinaYou are paying for the cost of the uninsured by paying more in tuition.  I pay with my income tax.  I pay $20,000 a year in taxes and get none of it back.  You pay that in tuition a year and get an education. You, as a student may be uninsured and end up in one of our hospitals.  You may not be able to pay for your $50,000 bill, so you may get emergency MediCal.  You will pay what you can, then the California taxpayer (as a student, you've probably not paid a lot in income tax) will save your butt by paying some of that bill. If you can't pay your fair share, then UC goes uncompensated for the unpaid portion of the services that they provided to save your life.  I've lost $15,000 in wages due to cutbacks, in comparison to last year, while Ann Rice earned more in bonuses for cutting UC work force wages. Not to mention, I suffered two work place injuries in one year, due to malfunctioning equipment and a triple workload( we lost 4 staff positions).  Patients consistently wait over 10 hours in the ER.  Do you want cheaper education or cheaper healthcare?  YOU HAVE NO SYMPATHY FROM ME.  EARN YOUR KEEP.
Anonymous (1264363277) @ 2012-11-15 12:40:58/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_Serina


did you sue UC, yet?

 

Winston S is a dick (1672200103) @ 2012-10-31 17:52:06/index.php?name=Terry Loerch&campus=san diego
A. this is wrong B. Winston S, is one of those individuals that has never worked in his life and uses his Admin to do his work and passes it on as his own. We all know those people. Winston S. im calling you out as a Dick and a user of administrators.  Im sure you dont even know how to make a copy without calling on your admin to do it for you, im sure you cant write a proposal without your admin doing it for you.   
winston ass (1672200103) @ 2012-10-31 17:39:30/index.php?campus=San Diego&name=Terry Loerch&title=CEO&base=230,000&overtime=12,000&gross=242,000&year=2003Winston S. is a ass that should be shot for being an ass
Anonymous (1672200103) @ 2012-10-31 17:37:34/index.php?campus=San Diego&name=Terry Loerch&title=CEO&base=230,000&overtime=12,000&gross=242,000&year=2003
yep
better than Winston (1672200103) @ 2012-10-31 15:26:35/index.php?name=Terry Loerch&campus=san diegoWinston S. sounds like you one of those individual that takes the work that is done by their admin and passes it on as your own work. Without administrators  you would get your job done. .... or in your case do your job for you. People like you are the reason people's dreams don't come true. You hold them back while they are doing your job then you take the credit.  
Anonymous (1254341746) @ 2012-10-13 05:32:42/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_SerinaI search FOR MY BIOLOGICAL FATHER VIA THE NET PROBABLY 10 TIMES PER MONTH......I HAVE DONE THIS FOR YEEEEEARS. ALL I HAVE EVER WANTED WAS TO SEE A PICTURE OF HIM....THAT IS IT. ........WITH THAT BEING SAID.....THE INDIVIDUAL WHOSE " earnings " HAVE BEEN POSTED FOR THE WORLD TO SEE....IM SURE IS ENRAGED....U SEE...HE HAS MADE IT ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE  TO BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET....OR, for that matter....found at all......
.......HE HAS NEVER BEEN INTERESTED IN ME.... NEVER " FOLLOWED UP "....I wILL BE HONEST.....I LAUGHED MY ASS OFF WHEN I FOUND THIS POSTING. FINALLY......I CAN WRITE SOMETHING...ANYTHING...TO HIM AND KNOW 4 A FACT HE HAS READ IT....SEEMSCTO BE PRETTY IMPORTANT THAT HIS INFO BE REMOVED. I AM CONFIDENT HE CHECKS THE STATUS OF HIS REQUEST  OFTEN. 
SO.....HERE GOES NOTHIN.......DEAR DAD, hello....remember me? Patricia...your daughter?? Thank you for never returning one phone call.....wait, there was the ONE SINGLE TIME. I apologize. Anyways, when your information ....if your information ....is ever removed. Will you ask the dumb ass that posted your info to replace it with a picture of you ? I would appreciate it, I'm sure my 3 children would also. 
Sincerely, Tricia

Anonymous (1172395695) @ 2012-10-09 16:17:26/index.php?name=TURNER _ PENNY RUTH&campus=LOS ANGELESWhile the cost of education goes up, so do these wages.  It's crazy!  Thanks for letting the public know.
Jeff (0) @ 2012-10-09 12:01:08/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ZAMORA _ ANTHONY J&s=overtimeThanks! I get some complaints, and this site is a beast for my poor web hosting account to provide, but I'm glad it's of use to some.
AnonEmoose (1196704427) @ 2012-10-07 11:05:33/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ZAMORA _ ANTHONY J&s=overtimeAdmin.

thank you on behalf of  all UC students.  This information is very revealing.

I like the part where one of them thinks that wage info for public employees is kept private
Anonymous (2399108943) @ 2012-10-05 06:07:45/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_SerinaSorry, LesCandy...does "The Bull" know about this. If you're even still married....
You stink! (2794674580) @ 2012-09-27 04:26:00/index.php?campus=Davis&name=Correa_SerinaGive me your name, so that I may sue you for revealing my wage information. You are infringing upon my right to privacy. Did you know, that you've made it easier for someone to access my IRS information? Wage information is also a means for verifying identity. You are using a hard working, non public figure, non celebrity to further your political aspirations. Sounds like a textbook infringement case. You should have sought legal counsel prior to releasing this information. You've ticked off the wrong person Chauncy!
Anonymous (1659518095) @ 2012-09-18 19:51:44/index.php?campus=SAN FRANCISCO&name=SOLORZANO _ LILLIANcan you please remove this from your web search
yancy tate (1128052998) @ 2012-09-13 15:32:31/index.php?name=tate, yancy&campus=LOS ANGELEStheres only one yancy tate all i can say is get my f===kin name off the net got my prof still y'all wanna revoke my privacy. ya,ll just wanna post  Recent comments: Anonymous said: If you're never received pay from UC, this 
probably refers to another person with the same name.yancy tate said: my name ... f the money i didnt sighn up for this ,but who ever did will have a call to there greed in deed i am the web like a spider that gets the fly while he ant at home like what rain
pen turner (1099082218) @ 2012-09-12 02:17:12/index.php?name=TURNER _ PENNY RUTH&campus=LOS ANGELEShi pen if you get this call me (brent) 1801-637-1729
Anonymous (1818200603) @ 2012-09-11 21:43:57/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=VAN BUREN _ SEANA KELLYWow. 
Anonymous (3476995358) @ 2012-09-04 12:23:55/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=DAVIS _ SARA NARGES
my name is on here but i have never got funds would someone please help me under stand and explain how this works yancytate@gmail.com thank you  
If you're never received pay from UC, this probably refers to another person with the same name.
yancy tate (1128052998) @ 2012-09-04 07:58:26/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=DAVIS _ SARA NARGESmy name is on here but i have never got funds would someone please help me under stand and explain how this works yancytate@gmail.com thank you  
Anonymous (838904263) @ 2012-09-01 00:53:35/index.php
Please fix the Excel/CSV download
What's wrong with it?
Anonymous (2230316934) @ 2012-08-31 15:33:32/index.phpPlease fix the Excel/CSV download
Anonymous (1264347896) @ 2012-08-14 14:39:37/index.php?name=pollan*michael*Depends on how department reports salary...look at extra income.
Anonymous (1172993855) @ 2012-08-13 23:09:52/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TOSHIMA _ JUNJIThis seems inaccurate! Does not include incentive awards given by cost center departments that generate funds. This is "Base" campus pay only.
Anonymous (2558066683) @ 2012-08-01 14:58:29/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=DAVIS _ SARA NARGESIdentity theif/thief/scammer beware. Multiple personalities/fake accounts. If you have any contact with this person beware any online chat is being recorded and fake profiles will be used to try to extract  funds from you.
Anonymous (838904263) @ 2012-07-26 10:26:15/allcomments.php
I want my information taken off this site.  How can I contact you????????
There is contact info at the bottom of the page.
Anonymous (1141275436) @ 2012-07-25 22:17:44/crisis_of_priorities.phpThe "how to eliminate a middle class" graph, "Not even the faculty is safe" and the "a significant gap between top and bottom" graph are incredibly misleading and don't really support the argument. The "how to eliminate a middle class" one could just as easily be described by giving everyone under 100k a 3% yearly raise. That three percent would push some people into the 100k range and there you go. More above, less below, but not eliminating middle class, simply raising lower level salaries. The other ones could be described by taking that same scenario and raising those above 150k by 1% a year. It might be do to other factors, but these graphs just show what happened not why, it could be a really good thing. The "which part of the UC is expanding...the top, by far," could also be explained by a 3% pay raise, theres a ton more workers under 100k, so taking a chunk of them and throwing them over will make a huge difference. As will adding 100 employees under, and 100 employees over. Under might raise it 0.1%, over might raise it 0.3% both with the same number of employees, that could also explain all those other graphs. These graphs mean nothing.

As well, this little nugget at the end..."those who worked only part of the year will see their actual earnings for the year, not how much they will eventually make over 12 months." So the people making under a 100k could have worked for 2 months. And a large number of them are students (according to the site notes on the bottom, the original numbers ommitted students and those making under 10,000 a year, whoever made this added them in, which does nothing except make it appear more one sided), many of whom only worked 9 months of the year, or even less if they graduated or studied abroad. The fact that you added them back in is the most disheartening, it shows knowingly adjusting data to fit your needs, which I guess everyone does, but at least do it right and actually show something if your gonna get caught doing it. 

I agree with the whole idea, just this data is ridiculous.

The only salary one that could actually show something is the top 3% one, but it doesn't include a line showing the increase in the other 97%, maybe they got the same trend line. And you'd need to change it from money gain to percent gain for that to work otherwise it would show the opposite of what you want. Good idea, meaningless data.
Anonymous (1220585699) @ 2012-07-19 00:29:32/allcomments.phpI want my information taken off this site.  How can I contact you????????
Anonymous (1826427487) @ 2012-07-17 22:09:44/index.php?campus=Berkeley&name=Ricardo Martinez&title=CookThis guy is one the best cooks at UC, he's been trough a lot in the last couple of years, and has kept his head up. Great person, great dad and honest dude. Wish him the best. And takes a lot of shit for that little salary of his...
Anonymous (1261653257) @ 2012-07-14 08:12:14/index.php?name=DemasThe UC has done a lot for California. The cure for tinnitus was found at UC Irvine. 
See HTTP:/www.beyondtinnitus.com
Anonymous (1203577090) @ 2012-07-05 15:00:20/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=FELIX _ JENAROThis person is a thief and a scammer. He made a pretense of losing his wallet and took advantage of a good faith loan of hundreds of dollars by never repaying the loan and by discontinuing contact with person who lent him said money. He is not to be trusted. 
Anonymous (1267791593) @ 2012-06-30 12:52:05/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ROCHA-SINGH _ INDRA AIndra had sex with her patient?! WTF!
Anonymous (1189529889) @ 2012-06-29 16:59:28/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=MARCHETTI _ KAREN E. _ DRDo you know what it costs to rent a room in a house in coastal San Diego?  What is the minimum salary that would allow affordable living/renting?  I am thinking of moving to San Diego.
Anonymous (1189530353) @ 2012-06-25 10:43:44/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=BREHM _ DANA EThis person is or was a so-called administrative/student adviser.  When students did not like the grades they deserved, they went to her.  She dictated to faculty that students must get the grade they wanted, not the grade they actually earned.  With administrators like this, what do grades mean?
Anonymous (1189529400) @ 2012-06-19 07:40:14/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=MARCHETTI _ KAREN E. _ DRIf, by "benefits" you are speaking of retirement and health care, they're not much better at UC than those offered in the private sector.  I paid into health care and retirement, which I think is absolutely appropriate.  I believe that public sector employees should contribute to these benefits, though I know that many of them do not.  With regard to retirement, the UC matched a percentage of the contribution I made, at the same rate as the private sector.  I also paid for health care, and UC contributed a proportion.  I believe this is reasonable and that public sector employees SHOULD contribute to these benefits.  The argument that benefits at UC outweigh low salaries is bogus.  The private sector gives cost of living increases; the UC does not.  This is why many "stellar" faculty move to the private sector, or to universities that pay a salary commensurate with the cost of living in particular cities.     
Anonymous (838904263) @ 2012-06-11 16:38:52/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=PIKE _ JOHN A. _ IIIMr. Pepper Spray himself! Quite the gig, quite the salary.
Anonymous (1286061265) @ 2012-06-08 01:02:01/index.php?campus=Riverside&name=murray&year=2010DAAAYYUMM. DAT BANK
Anonymous (2305722520) @ 2012-06-05 12:23:59/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=Healey Robert&s=yearBenefits add about 40% on top of the Base Pay to regular staff. We may not see that in our paychecks, but it is a major draw.
Anonymous (1286657294) @ 2012-06-03 23:03:40/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=MARCHETTI _ KAREN E. _ DRCan't just compare salaries at UC with other places: look at the benefits too. There's a reason UC can afford to pay so much less and still keep stellar faculty.
Jeff (0) @ 2012-05-31 21:03:51/allcomments.php

Quote:

Employee salary data for 2011 will be available late summer of this year.  Feel free to follow-up with us in September for the 2011 data. 

Regards,

UCOP Public Records

Anonymous (1665814826) @ 2012-05-25 18:11:07/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=KOTNER _ SLOANLove you Sloan. Nicest man in the world.
Anonymous (1189528938) @ 2012-05-25 11:04:03/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=MARCHETTI _ KAREN E. _ DRI am a former UCSD assistant professor.  I started at 48,000/year, got a merit increase after four years to $52,000 per year, three quarters of which went to taxes.  I made extra money by teaching summer session, which most professors at USCD don't want to do.  Yes, $48,000 per year is a good salary in most parts of the country.  San Diego is expensive, however, and I scraped by to pay my mortgage.  I have friends who got jobs in Illinois and New Mexico where it is far less expensive to live, and their starting salaries were at least $20,000 more per year than mine.  Palomar College and Mira Costa College also pay faculty far more than does UCSD.  I know that many people at UCSD make a ton of money, but those are not your typical junior faculty.  I know people in medicine make a lot, and so they should.  But what about the petty administrators?  How much do they make, and what are their pensions and benefits?  I loved what I did, I had a great job and travelled the world doing my research.  If you want to make money, however, you are better off going straight from high school to a place like Costco or Walmart.  Do you people realize that a bakery manager at Costco makes more per year than I ever would have made at UCSD?
Anonymous (1817291212) @ 2012-05-22 19:38:45/crisis_of_priorities.php
you guys have way too much time on your hands. If you had spent the time putting this database and the charts together actually working, you would have made over 200K! Most of the over 200K salaries are for doctors who earn their money from seeing patients and billing insurance companies. It doesn't come from the state or any tuition. If you knew what you were talking about, you would eliminate all the physicians from your analysis. Most of the so-called "low wage earners" in the UC system are union workers who would never be able to get a job at a non-union place because they are too lazy.
HEY ECONOMIC ANALYSTS! STOP SMOKING WEED AND PERFORM HEART SURGERY LIKE THE REST OF US WHY DONTCHA!? ADDITIONALLY: EVERY POOR PERSON WAS TOO LAZY TO PAY TUITION THEY CAN'T AFFORD TO LEARN HOW TO DO THAT. 
haha, yeah. You are arguing that low wage earners should just "work hard" to attain degrees, but at the same time saying that degrees should be made essentially unattainable by low-wage earners. 
And do you make over 200K?
Or did the absence of Reagenomics stop you from that "work your way to the top" thing?

The point is, somebody has to sweep the floors. That guy has as much of a right to learn from a public institution as the next. 
(YES, MOST OF THE 200K + SALARIES GO TO MEDICAL STAFF   BUT  I SEE  MANAGERS MAKING 80K+ WHO ARE BLATANTLY INEPT AT PERFORMING THE JOB OF A MANAGER at the cancer center.  FOR THESE LUCKY FEW, ITS THE BEST KEPT SECRET EVER...HANG OUT AT HOME IN YOUR UNDERWEAR WITH YOUR UC BLACKBERRY AND  EMAIL INTO THE OFFICE STAFF: "I'LL BE WORKING FROM HOME TODAY!" MEANWHILE THE REST OF US CHUMPS WHO STILL GIVE A DAMN ABOUT PATIENTS  WORK OUR REAR ENDS OFF WITH NO RECOGNITION LET ALONE COMPENSATION. 
ALTHOUGH ITS A SMALL PART OF THE BIGGER PROBLEM,I SAY DUMP THE STUPID CUE UNION, WEED OUT THE SLACKERS & GET RID OF THE DEAD WEIGHT AT THE MANAGEMENT LEVEL
this page is very sad
is this the best you can do ?
almost a textbook case of how NOT to present info - and I'm a supporter
with enemies like these, the overpaid CEOs of UC surely don't have to worry
sadly
ezra s abrams
(your response)
Anonymous (1134791767) @ 2012-05-17 19:19:47/index.php?name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENTo see the problem with that for which you're arguing, James, let's extrapolate it to say that these brilliant minds should be teaching high school students, middle school students, elementary school students.  Clearly this would be a misuse of resources.  Undergrads and high school students largely are concerned with their social lives; not always, but the majority do what is needed to get by, browse Facebook in class and ask for extensions on homework because they are out all night partying, etc.  High schoolers are dealing with social problems and puberty, and students of middle and elementary school are learning how to be social to begin with.  Do we want our brightest faculty wasting their time dealing with these kinds of issues?  The brightest minds and the best teachers are not the same set of people; that is not to say good teachers are not smart, it is to say that most good teachers have social skills that elude many of the most brilliant minds.  The reason these prestigious schools are so expensive is that they afford the opportunity to pursue research with the brightest minds, opportunities that can make or break the most attractive careers of all, those to do world-revolutionizing research and advance the state of the field and of society; such serious research opportunities are unavailable to regional colleges.  I agree there is no reason for most students to attend major flagship research opportunities.  Only the brightest undergrads with research intentions should attend major research universities; they often can teach themselves undergrad-level material, and the formal lectures simply serve to ensure all the necessary notes are hit and covered and an opportunity is given to clarify areas of difficulty.  Students who need extra help here would be ill-served at a major university taught by new graduate student teaching assistants, and would be much better served at a "teaching college."  Of course, getting through degree programs at major universities can be more difficult at these universities, and so they are more selective, and then more prestigious, and then more attractive, and so everyone wants to attend.  Then vocational considerations are mixed into the situation.  This is a problem with higher education in the United States.
Anonymous (1141113608) @ 2012-05-03 07:10:46/index.php?name=ernest&campus=SAN DIEGOI have no problem with the public knowing my salary, as long as they understand what portion comes from their State taxes and what portion comes from sources not associated with taxes.  Sadly most reading or searching this site will have no clue and assume the "huge" salaries made my coaches and clinicians are all coming from "their taxes" --which is NOT true
Anonymous (2149629107) @ 2012-04-24 16:49:05/index.php?name=sanjay kumarAn important point to make is that taxpayer funding toward UC's is only around 15% and decreasing yearly so we are only paying a small percentage of these salaries.
Anna Carlos (2850377822) @ 2012-04-18 22:00:36/crisis_of_priorities.phpHello Jeff,
My name is Anna Carlos and I am a reporter for CalTV, which is Berkeley's online television news station. I am very interested in interviewing you for a story I am doing which is about faculty salaries at Cal. Let me know if you are available: annabeatricecarlos@gmail.com

Thanks,
 - Anna
Anonymous (1216506362) @ 2012-04-07 19:45:18/index.php?name=ernest&campus=SAN DIEGOPublic information. The tax payer is your boss -- they deserve to know what they pay their employees. Don't like it? Apply at a private school.
hanna (1287626532) @ 2012-04-07 15:23:35/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ROCHA-SINGH _ INDRA ARE: Indra Rocha-Singh

She had sex with a guy patient of hers.  I sort of knew him and, although I didn't really know Indra, I knew someone in the Learning Center with whom she flirted with.  She did drugs with her patient and had him live with her and her family.  The guy never had a mother and held onto this woman like she was everything to him.  The guy ended up dropping out of school to live with her and her family.  My friend who was close to him says he ended up homeless in LA a few years back and hasn't seen him since.  This woman needs a reality check.  You always hear about the male therapist with the female patient, and I'm sure the opposite is just as common, but I think women get away with it more often, unfortunately.  Indra messed him up pretty bad.  :(
Anonymous (1176823960) @ 2012-04-03 22:36:26/crisis_of_priorities.php
this page is very sad
is this the best you can do ?
almost a textbook case of how NOT to present info - and I'm a supporter
with enemies like these, the overpaid CEOs of UC surely don't have to worry
sadly
ezra s abrams
Ezra,

Constructive advice would help. Maybe if you send a better presentation of data to the maintainer of this site, they would post it. Or you can post it somewhere yourself.
Anonymous (408630047) @ 2012-04-03 20:58:11/crisis_of_priorities.phpthis page is very sad
is this the best you can do ?
almost a textbook case of how NOT to present info - and I'm a supporter
with enemies like these, the overpaid CEOs of UC surely don't have to worry
sadly
ezra s abrams
Anonymous (2149604658) @ 2012-03-16 10:44:43/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=Jonathan Caniezo
2006: Admin Specialist 31,983. no overtime no "extra pay"
2007: Admin Analyst, 53,231, 5,293 overtime, 11,199 extra pay
2008: Admin Analyst, 57,141, 16,655 overtime, 10,858 extra pay
2009: Admin Supervisor 2, 80,865, -2086 furlough, no overtime or extra pay
2010: Admin Supervisor 2, 96,733, no overtime, 7,606 extra pay.

Here is the picture for most staff at UC during the same time frame: our pay was frozen between 2007 and 2011 (at which point we got mostly 3% raises and if anyone got higher than that departments would have to cover that increase, forever, out of their own funds).  Caniezo was one of a favored few central office employees whose pay got jacked up so high in 2009 that they didn't come close to feeling any effect from the furlough.  As far as I know, other RES staff are paid "exempt time" and are expected to work without additional pay until their work is "done".  No overtime, no "extra pay".  The higher level administrative offices take care of their own, leaving the rest of us to be satisfied with platitudes about how hard we work and how much our work is valued.  
Tere (2149611583) @ 2012-03-13 08:29:26/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=LEITE _ DIANE A&s=yearhttp://www.change.org/petitions/end-corrupt-uc-berkeley-official-diane-leite RESIGN!
Anonymous (2149611583) @ 2012-03-13 08:28:38/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=LEITE _ DIANE A&s=yearFIRE THIS FRAUD, this will free up 175k for decent, hardworking people who DON'T misuse their power.
The beast (1281039895) @ 2012-03-05 22:13:22/index.php?name=lofchieThis guy makes 200k, and he's about to get tied up in court over 3k of improper contracts to his wife. sad state of our legal system
Anonymous (1113338024) @ 2012-03-05 13:27:58/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ROCHA-SINGH _ INDRA ARE: Indra Rocha-Singh

Yup, I had her as a counselor.  It doesn't surprise me, she seemed to enjoy male attention.  She wore revealing tops and would flirt with guys that I saw.  Indra, what the heck!  I'm disappointed cause she seemed nice.  She was into meditation and reiki and stuff... looks like she got a little too touchy feely with a guy patient.  And NO, it's not ok for a female counselor to have sex with a male patient, even if he "wanted it", she deals with people who are just teenagers who  probably have horrible pasts.  I'm a woman and know in my heart she did a horrible thing.  My friend knew the guy and she says that he was practically ruined by the whole ordeal.  He apparently had mommy issues.  Guys have feelings too and this was NOT ok for her to do.
Anonymous (1169548069) @ 2012-03-03 03:53:55/index.php?name=ernest&campus=SAN DIEGOI was thinking the same thing, but then I was told by my supervisor that if you work for the State, then you're salary is public.  In the past, they were available in printed books in public libraries.  Now the internet made it more "convenient".   This has been going on for decades.  By the way, the US President's salary was revealed in my 7th grade US History class.
kottman (1147892745) @ 2012-02-16 07:05:17/index.php?name=ernest&campus=SAN DIEGOhey!  what's my salary doing published for anyone to google?  please remove this data from the web.  how dare you?
Anonymous (2153903459) @ 2012-01-28 12:54:42/index.phpArt Toga (UCLA) took home almost a million dollars in 2010 as an administrator. He performs no research and lists himself as an author on every single paper out of his group. This is despite not even reading in the majority of the papers. This man is a fraud and his actions are a serious violation of research ethics.
Anonymous (2153903459) @ 2012-01-28 12:37:25/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TOGA _ ARTHUR WOverpaid administrator who inserts himself as author on all papers coming out of his group despite not even reading most of them.
Anonymous (547002358) @ 2012-01-18 12:14:26/allcomments.php

AHH HERE IS JEFFY BOY'S DISCLOSURE: THIS DATA "IS NOT AFFILICATED WITH University of California". WHAT DOES THIS MEAN! JEFFY BOY CANT "LEGALLY" VALIDATE THIS PAYROLL DATA FOR ANY COMPANY OR CREDITING AGENCY!

This site was developed by Jeffrey Bergamini and is no way endorsed by, created by, or otherwise officially affiliated with the University of California. Please direct any correspondence to info@ucpay.globl.org.

WHAT ROCK DID YOU CRAWL UP FROM???

Anonymous (547002358) @ 2012-01-18 12:04:49/allcomments.php

JEFFY BOY! GIVE ME MORE SALARY IF YOU ARE GOING TO POST MY UNAUTHORIZED INFORMATION HERE!

YES, SALARY GRADES ARE PUBLIC, BUT THE ACTUAL CALCUATION IS SKEWED BECAUSE OF PART-TIMERS, VARIOUS PROJECTS, ETC.

GET A LIFE, A GET A REAL JOB! OH WAIT A MINUTE WHO WOULD HIRE YOU, IF YOU WOULD GIVE OUT SOMEONE'S PERSONAL INFORMATION.

I'M AGAINST CENSHORHIP, BUT GET YOUR HEAD RIGHT!

BY THE WAY WHY DO YOU HIDE BEHIND THIS WEBSITE, CALL YOUR LOCAL STATE AND FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVE AND MAKE A "REAL" COMPLAINT

Anonymous (547002358) @ 2012-01-18 11:58:08/allcomments.php

NO COMPANY OR INDIVDUAL WILL RECOGNIZE THIS PAYROLL INFORMATION AS VALID DATA.

COMPANIES WILL ONLY MAKE CREDIT OR HIRING DECISIONS BASED UPON INFORMATION SENT DIRECTLY FROM UC PAYROLL OFFICE.

MOST IMPORTANTLY, EMPLOYEES HAVE TO SIGN A STATEMENT AUTHORIZING A COMPANY TO PERFORM A BACKGROUND AND EMPLOYMENT CHECK.

LEGALLY, JEFFY BOY, CAN NOT VALIDATE THIS INFORMATION IS TRUE!

THE STATE OF CALFORNIA AND FEDERAL AGENCIES REQUIRE INDIVIDUALS TO PROVIDE A SIGNATURE TO RELEASE PAYROLL INFORMATION FROM A COMPANY.

THANK GOODNESS FOR DATA INTEGRITY ETHICS IN THE INFORMATION SECURE WORLD ARENA!

Anonymous (1657813850) @ 2011-12-28 15:11:12/allcomments.phpIt could have been officer Jennifer Garcia. There are two Officers with the last name Garcia. Who which cares which one it is! Fire both! 
Anonymous (1657813850) @ 2011-12-27 23:39:04/allcomments.phpThis bitch named MARY GARCIA  (sorry if I double post) asks people for their cell phone numbers when they are drunk in public so she can violate his or her rights by tracking them by GPS on her GPS TRACKING DEVICE With Out A WARRENT!!!!!!!  That's right! To her everyone is a suspect! Have fun cheating to get paid while violating our rights now! HO! HO! HO! Marry Bitchmas! Hopefully you get fired so We The People can have a happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous (1657813850) @ 2011-12-27 22:38:18/allcomments.phpThis bitch asks people for their cell phone numbers when they are drunk so she can violate his or her rights by tracking them by GPS on her GPS TRACKING DEVICE With Out A WARRENT!!!!!!!  That's right! To her everyone is a suspect! Have fun cheating to get paid while violating our rights now! HO! HO! HO! Marry Bitchmas! Hopefully you get fired so We The People can have a happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous (2850689647) @ 2011-11-30 13:47:37/index.php?name=su wang&campus=irvineWhat a shitty website. Put a little more effort in something you plan and sharing with people
Anonymous (2155391810) @ 2011-11-21 19:12:51/crisis_of_priorities.php
you guys have way too much time on your hands. If you had spent the time putting this database and the charts together actually working, you would have made over 200K! Most of the over 200K salaries are for doctors who earn their money from seeing patients and billing insurance companies. It doesn't come from the state or any tuition. If you knew what you were talking about, you would eliminate all the physicians from your analysis. Most of the so-called "low wage earners" in the UC system are union workers who would never be able to get a job at a non-union place because they are too lazy.
HEY ECONOMIC ANALYSTS! STOP SMOKING WEED AND PERFORM HEART SURGERY LIKE THE REST OF US WHY DONTCHA!? ADDITIONALLY: EVERY POOR PERSON WAS TOO LAZY TO PAY TUITION THEY CAN'T AFFORD TO LEARN HOW TO DO THAT. 
haha, yeah. You are arguing that low wage earners should just "work hard" to attain degrees, but at the same time saying that degrees should be made essentially unattainable by low-wage earners. 
And do you make over 200K?
Or did the absence of Reagenomics stop you from that "work your way to the top" thing?

The point is, somebody has to sweep the floors. That guy has as much of a right to learn from a public institution as the next. 
Anonymous (1085751051) @ 2011-11-21 17:13:26/crisis_of_priorities.phpWhy don't you do a profile on Monica Lozano.  She is a regent who also sits on several corporate boards,  Bank of America and Disney
Anonymous (2155391810) @ 2011-11-21 04:46:19/crisis_of_priorities.php
you guys have way too much time on your hands. If you had spent the time putting this database and the charts together actually working, you would have made over 200K! Most of the over 200K salaries are for doctors who earn their money from seeing patients and billing insurance companies. It doesn't come from the state or any tuition. If you knew what you were talking about, you would eliminate all the physicians from your analysis. Most of the so-called "low wage earners" in the UC system are union workers who would never be able to get a job at a non-union place because they are too lazy.
HEY ECONOMIC ANALYSTS! STOP SMOKING WEED AND PERFORM HEART SURGERY LIKE THE REST OF US WHY DONTCHA!? ADDITIONALLY: EVERY POOR PERSON WAS TOO LAZY TO PAY TUITION THEY CAN'T AFFORD TO LEARN HOW TO DO THAT. 
Anonymous (2917421639) @ 2011-11-19 21:01:45/index.php?campus=RIVERSIDE&name=ROCHA-SINGH _ INDRA AI think this is the counselor that had sex with her patient.

Anonymous (1122684717) @ 2011-10-28 19:20:47/crisis_of_priorities.phpUNiversity of California Berkeley is stealing from our children and their families.

Current pay increases for generously paid University of California Faculty is arrogance. Instate tuition consumes 14% of Ca. Median Family Income!

UC Berkeley (ranked # 70 Forbes) tuition increases exceed the national average rate of increases. Chancellor Birgeneau has molded Cal. into the most expensive public university.

University of California President Yudof and Chancellor Birgeneau($450,000 salary) have dismissed many much needed cost-cutting options. They did not consider freezing vacant faculty positions, increasing class size, requiring faculty to teach more classes, doubling the time between sabbaticals, cutting and freezing pay and benefits for all chancellors and reforming the pension system.

They said such faculty reforms “would not be healthy for University of California”. Exodus of faculty and administrators? Who can afford them and where would they go?

We agree it is far from the ideal situation, but it is in the best interests of the university system and the state to hold the line on cost increases. UC cannot expect to do business as usual: raising tuition; granting pay raises and huge bonuses during a weak economy that has sapped state revenues and individual Californians’ income.

There is no question the necessary realignments with economic reality are painful. Regent Chairwoman Lansing can bridge the public trust gap with reassurances that salaries and costs reflect California’s economic reality. The sky above UC will not fall

 

Opinions? Email the UC Board of Regents   marsha.kelman@ucop.edu

 

 


Anonymous (1665377377) @ 2011-10-28 13:55:48/index.php?name=christopher horakSomebody should take a look at Chris Horak. He has given Rehan Qedwai too much freedom to dive into the Archive Dept's budget and use it at his own discretion without having to justify his decisions to his so-called superior. No wonder there when Rehan Qedwai reduced several Archive staff members' salaries without any legal base to what he did, and increased his own. Not to mention that he misuses the donations that are made to the Archive, and that the UCLA Archive staff have to stand his tantrums and despotic behavior that has been turned a blind eye on by both Christopher Horak, and his superiors despite complaints against the two of them. Horak is definitely not a leader and Qedwai has been manipulating him, and the UCLA Archive finances for years.  
Anonymous (1665377377) @ 2011-10-28 13:33:54/allcomments.phpRehan Qedwai is an unprofessional and unqualified individual who misuses the fact that he is from Pakistan to blackmail everyone into keeping him on at UCLA by hinting at and masked threats to sue them.
He treats everybody in the Film Archive Department as if they were his personal slaves working for him on his personal plantation, and nobody in high hierarchy seems to care about it.
He keeps getting higher and higher pay that he is in charge of increasing for himself and decreasing for others according to his whims, and nobody seems to notice anything.
Nobody at UCLA has even questioned Qedwai's unprofessional behavior and unorthodox handling of the Department's budget as well as of the staff despite all the complaints about him and in spite of all those good UCLA employees who preferred to resign after years working at UCLA Archive and just months of trying to work with Rehan Qedwai (or rather for Rehan Qedwai judging by his attitude) and failing to get somebody in power to listen to their complaints about Rehan Qedwai.
Anonymous (1147501273) @ 2011-10-25 10:59:03/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=marc gomezMarc A. Gomez is the most overpay, ass-wipe of an AVC in the entire UC system.  He should both be fired for his unethical business practices.
Anonymous (2161826070) @ 2011-10-25 04:15:35/index.php?campus=SAN FRANCISCO&name=BROWN _ JESSIE WANETACould you please remove my name? This is the first thing that pops up on a google search of me.
Anonymous (3476995358) @ 2011-10-17 17:26:02/index.php?name=Bhaskar RaoGood question. If it's not grant money, than it's probably salary inversion.
Anonymous (1112649085) @ 2011-10-15 22:43:38/index.php?name=Bhaskar RaoWhy are some newly appointed EECS professors making more than professors who have been with the University for decades?  
And again, the same person at UCSD (1667213466) @ 2011-10-10 14:05:40/index.phpThe worst part is that you intrude into privacy of people who do not earn much and you are negatively impacting their relationships...and those who earn millions could not care less about all this! Do you think they will suddenly return their money, lower their salaries or feel sorry for anyone else??????
The same person at UCSD (1667213466) @ 2011-10-10 13:40:09/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=SIRON _ LUALHATII agree. I also want my name removed! This is intrusion into my privacy! Is this legal at all?
Someone at UCSD (1667213466) @ 2011-10-10 11:35:58/index.phpI am embarrassed how low my salary was for all the work that I have done. Is there a way that you can delete some data as I don't think it will help anyone to see my 36 thousand a year salary with grad school degree?
Anonymous (1266693192) @ 2011-10-07 16:19:50/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=SIRON _ LUALHATIPlease post your physical address. i need to have my name removed on this website. 


Anonymous (2555359460) @ 2011-10-07 15:23:04/letters.phpThank you so much!  The salary database should not be hidden.  It should be shouted from the roof tops.  The disparity in salaries among professors is appalling.  We pour TONS of money into an old senior professor but make young faculty fight tooth and nail for job stability and decent pay.  The rich get richer indeed.
Anonymous (1176823837) @ 2011-10-07 00:03:42/index.phpThe worst part about all of this is that the people with those exorbitantly high salaries receive pensions based on those salaries. Every UC employee should be angry about this.
Anonymous (2153884232) @ 2011-10-06 14:05:04/index.php
Request you to block google crawlers and recent searches. Its good that the data is public, but this way its a gross privacy invasion.
Then how would anyone know it's available?
Availability does not mean publicity. You workspace is an open place to all. That does not mean anyone can place a webcam there and publish the feed to all your friends all the time to see you doze. What you are doing is publicizing others private data that can be accessed upon request.
And your fight is against UC. Why put its employees in a dilemma. When my friends or other prospective employers search my name, they are not looking to find my measly income at UC. Your stupidity is creating trouble for me and many here. Grow up dude! Are you fighting for the people or against? If you can change the search form to POST only, it will save the trouble for many.
Anonymous (2153884232) @ 2011-10-06 13:02:13/index.php
Request you to block google crawlers and recent searches. Its good that the data is public, but this way its a gross privacy invasion.
Then how would anyone know it's available?
Availability does not mean publicity. You workspace is an open place to all. That does not mean anyone can place a webcam there and publish the feed to all your friends all the time to see you doze. What you are doing is publicizing others private data that can be accessed upon request.
Anonymous (1221059749) @ 2011-10-01 08:15:17/index.php?title=scientist, clin lab, supervising&p=4What is extra pay?
Anonymous (1191777918) @ 2011-09-30 23:28:48/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=FILIPPENKO _ ALEXEI VGreat, great lecturer!
Amanda Horiat (1172971782) @ 2011-09-26 14:00:03/allcomments.phpI havent worked there for 4 years! I only worked there for a little bit of time.. this was 4 years ago I would really appreciate it if they were taken down!
Jeff (0) @ 2011-09-26 10:29:58/index.php
2010 is on its way... Will have to shut the site temporarily while I update.
Done.
Can you provide a http://ucpay.globl.org/ucpay2010.csv.zip as you've done for past years?
OK, also done. FYI, it's a tab-delimited file.
Anonymous (2149588196) @ 2011-09-26 08:43:14/index.php
2010 is on its way... Will have to shut the site temporarily while I update.
Done.
Can you provide a http://ucpay.globl.org/ucpay2010.csv.zip as you've done for past years?
Jeff (0) @ 2011-09-25 00:08:23/index.php
2010 is on its way... Will have to shut the site temporarily while I update.
Done.
Anonymous (3476995349) @ 2011-09-15 12:55:23/index.php?title=PARKING&campus=san diegoUh, try searching by name.
Anonymous (1655751525) @ 2011-09-15 10:02:28/index.php?title=PARKING&campus=san diegoYou missed Byron Morton who was moved to parking from childcare after a molestation investigation. Where's he?
Anonymous (1665703875) @ 2011-09-12 19:00:18/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=HORIAT _ AMANDA ASHLEE MAAmanda, quit working here if you don't want your name published.
Amanda Horiat (1172971782) @ 2011-09-09 13:52:28/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=HORIAT _ AMANDA ASHLEE MAThats fine if my salary is available to you but putting my full name is not. You did not have my permission. Can you please take my whole name off Id really appreciate it. 
Anonymous (1444596288) @ 2011-09-08 16:41:15/index.php
Request you to block google crawlers and recent searches. Its good that the data is public, but this way its a gross privacy invasion.
Then how would anyone know it's available?
Anonymous (2153884232) @ 2011-09-07 11:44:50/index.phpRequest you to block google crawlers and recent searches. Its good that the data is public, but this way its a gross privacy invasion.
Jeff (0) @ 2011-09-07 09:49:55/index.php2010 is on its way... Will have to shut the site temporarily while I update.
Anonymous (2850390068) @ 2011-08-29 17:54:09/index.php2010 UC pay data have just loaded on the Sacramento Bee website
We look forward to seeing the data here as well with its much better/powerful search interface
Anonymous San Diego (1289010175) @ 2011-08-23 23:31:42/index.phpAny type of ETA on the 2010 data ?

Fiscal Year 10-11 has ended so it should be available soon, right? 

Thank you for this service. 

Can someone explain in better detail what "extra pay" refers to? Can the presence of "extra pay"  indicate that the employee holds a secondary position (with a separate payroll title/salary or hourly rate)?
Anonymous (2850836586) @ 2011-08-08 11:07:26/index.php?year=2010How's that 2010 data coming?  2012 is coming up quick...
Anonymous (1290168963) @ 2011-08-05 23:40:39/index.phpthe treatment of tinnitus was discovered in the UC. (http://www.beyondtinnitus.com ). stop being so harshh on uc faculty
Anonymous (1085779654) @ 2011-08-03 18:12:56/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=OPINALDO _ GINA GADI&ex=onMichael Liebers I call you out I wish to engage in fisticuffs with you
Anonymous (2154802434) @ 2011-07-29 15:50:51/index.phpmaybe you should consider filtering based on the title. this is a really bad invasion in the privacy because now your data got indexed by google. can you consider blocking google from certain pages ?
Anonymous (2509173615) @ 2011-07-29 10:39:56/index.phphi jeff, i am a uc employee too, how can i contact you to remove my name on the list? I appreciate it in advance. thank you
Anonymous (1658870560) @ 2011-07-27 15:51:42/index.phpHow's that 2010 data coming along?
James W. Barclay (1815174178) @ 2011-07-26 21:25:35/index.php?name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENWhatever the institution and the academician agree on is perfectly acceptable with me.  But a glaring problem in academia is that these people do not -or are not required- to lecture to the most fertile and hungry minds: the undergraduates.  Graduate courses and special lectures are usually only by invitation.  Boards of these institutions who can afford the mediated salaries of these great minds are often more concerned with the ever-mounting stacks of kudos, prizes and money than they are with developing greater academic quality for their undergrads (the majority  population).  they also seem to see these lauded academicians as bait for large companies to build labs and conduct their own research- good or bad- and operating in such a set of manners that only the academic corporations, their boards and those companies benefit.  Just because Texas A&M or Rice U. have more faculty Nobels than anyone else does not mean they are any better than even a small state college.  Let us return to the days whn having a department chair meant that the occupant had to teach to a wide range of students, not ensconced in some hallowed and separate part of the institution (ex: Princeton's Institute for Advanced Studies).  Why pay $50k/yr.+ expenses to such a place when only the place's name on a resume is the only advantage.
Jeff (0) @ 2011-07-11 13:51:26/index.php
2009 data is up!
And searches should be much faster now...
It's July 2011, any ETA on the 2010 data?
UCOP probably has it "ready" by now. Will see if I can get ahold of it.
Anonymous (1147494431) @ 2011-07-10 12:45:48/index.php
2009 data is up!
And searches should be much faster now...
It's July 2011, any ETA on the 2010 data?
Anonymous (2850485049) @ 2011-07-08 22:48:05/index.phpthis has been helpful, but why no 2010-2011 data?
Anonymous (1290153608) @ 2011-07-06 21:58:26/crisis_of_priorities.phpyou guys have way too much time on your hands. If you had spent the time putting this database and the charts together actually working, you would have made over 200K! Most of the over 200K salaries are for doctors who earn their money from seeing patients and billing insurance companies. It doesn't come from the state or any tuition. If you knew what you were talking about, you would eliminate all the physicians from your analysis. Most of the so-called "low wage earners" in the UC system are union workers who would never be able to get a job at a non-union place because they are too lazy.
Anonymous (1200155483) @ 2011-06-11 17:54:23/index.php?name=gene block&s=extraThe vast majority of extra pay for professors is in the form of summer salary.  This is money that the individual has raised through grants from outside agencies like NIH, NSF and industry.
Anonymous (1288211446) @ 2011-06-05 19:11:23/index.php?name=gene block&s=extraSac Bee: Gross pay includes overtime, bonuses, housing allowances, sick leave payout, vacation payout and multiple other forms of cash compensation.
Jeff (0) @ 2011-06-01 08:49:19/index.php?name=gene block&s=extraExtra pay is the amount between base and gross, excluding overtime pay. UCOP does not provide details on it, but in the case of high-level positions it is often likely the "incentive pay" that people like Mark Yudof insist is required to attract and retain "top talent".
Anonymous (2850573688) @ 2011-05-31 00:07:06/index.php?name=gene block&s=extraWhat is "Extra Pay"?

Anonymous (1481014584) @ 2011-02-18 13:20:04/topsearches.phpBoy, that Alan Fogelman seems to be a pretty "popular" guy.
Anonymous (1201673829) @ 2011-02-16 20:19:50/index.php
For every $1 of state funding, UC faculty generate $8 in out-of-state research grants.  This results in $3-$4 in tax revenues for every $1 the State invests in UC.   Instead of cuts, the State should concentrate on stimulating this 20-billion-dollar per year research enterprise.  *Increase* investment in UC research, *increase* administrative support for faculty members to make them more competitive for out-of-state funding, hire the best researchers at competitive salaries to be UC profs.  UC profs bring the State much more in more tax dollars than they draw in salary. 

Jeff (0) @ 2011-01-21 18:10:17/temporal.php?highbase=>245000&highbase/lowbase=>.1&low=2007&high=2009&s=highbase/lowbaseSome or all of these people want you to pay for pensions based on these inflated salaries until they die. Where else does such a system exist for the already wealthy? If there is no cap on pension benefits (and it should be relatively low --- pensions should not be exorbitant), this will surely do much harm to the system that provides pensions for regular folks who actually need them.
Anonymous (1281168899) @ 2010-10-31 09:52:29/index.php?name=alan fogelmanPraying that he doesn't run for Chair again.  If he goes then he will also take with him his HORRIBLE administrative team.  Where the CAO only gives raises to her friends.  One of her friends received over a 60% increase in salary in 4 years.   Corruption starts here, it is time to end it....time for a new regime!
Anonymous (1281177177) @ 2010-10-27 21:00:28/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=bailin song&title=mathtesting
Anonymous (2509168514) @ 2010-10-11 19:14:48/index.php?campus=SAN FRANCISCO&name=PRUSINER _ STANLEY Bprion smion, when is this going to be corrected?
Anonymous (2509123632) @ 2010-10-11 12:28:30/index.php?name= bluestonethe trend over time is in the right direction, but it will take a decade for this to reach what he is really worth
Anonymous (2509119301) @ 2010-10-11 10:08:41/index.php?name=jonathan braunthis loser should take a voluntary pay cut
Anonymous (2509119301) @ 2010-10-11 10:07:54/index.php?name=jonathan braunthis is obscene
Anonymous (1291673539) @ 2010-10-08 22:49:20/index.php?name=mumfordSure thing, Donna.
Anonymous (1172968591) @ 2010-10-08 14:25:53/index.php?name=mumfordThese people, for the most part, pay for their salaries many times over by bringing in millions in contributions... from which, incidentally, they get no "commission." 
Anonymous (1291673539) @ 2010-09-30 22:18:12/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=HOLTERMANN _ KAREN S&s=extraYep. The "Base Pay" was already high, but it looks like she is getting an artificially inflated salary.

Pretty sweet deal for writing fluff pieces on "fun photos".

Maybe it helps to be the daughter of a big name prof.

Maybe you should give her an email: kholtermann@berkeley.edu
Or a phone call: 510 642-0703
.. and ask
Anonymous (2149619555) @ 2010-09-30 11:33:57/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=HOLTERMANN _ KAREN S&s=extraHow does Karen Holtermann - a communications manager - get extra pay commensurate with 71% of her salary??? A bonus of 71%??
Cathy Murillo (2154775697) @ 2010-08-24 09:17:02/crisis_of_priorities.phpI am a reporter wanting to interview the creator of this site/campaign. We are the community radio station on the UC Santa Barbara campus.

Please be in touch,
Cathy Murillo
KCSB Radio News
(805) 893-2426
news@kcsb.org

AnonymousQuant (1509432161) @ 2010-08-24 06:37:54/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENIndeed, mathematicians with far inferior abilities to Tao routinely earn millions per year in the financial markets.  The extreme example here is Jim Simons of Renaissance Technologies.
It is admirable that those of Tao's ability selflessly work to further our knowledge and understanding of the world rather than applying their skill to "get rich".
Anonymous (2160601969) @ 2010-06-21 14:09:32/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=ARIAS _ MICHAEL R.Not bad for a senior in social science.
http://directory.uci.edu/index.php?uid=mrarias

Hope you get your degree soon!

Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-19 08:46:09/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=LISTIATI _ TRI&s=baseAll data is from UC Office of the President. If it's wrong, they reported it wrong.
tri listiati (403863917) @ 2010-06-18 21:19:25/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=LISTIATI _ TRI&s=basewow...where you get this data? It's incorrect..
DN (2509132778) @ 2010-06-17 15:50:37/index.php?campus=DAVIS&name=RIOUX _ MARK A&ex=onMaking the big bucks Rioux! This total doesn't include pay from Rioux Productions does it? Let me know if you ever read this.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-16 00:56:00/index.php?campus=UCOP&name=SHINKER _ CAROL M&s=nameCarol, these are the data that UCOP has supplied. Since you work(ed) there, perhaps you could get in touch with someone who could address the discrepancies. Do let me know if you find anything interesting.
carol shinker (3463750125) @ 2010-06-13 11:14:22/index.php?campus=UCOP&name=SHINKER _ CAROL M&s=namethese salaries by year are not correct. not even close. 
Anonymous (1141266849) @ 2010-06-12 15:39:51/index.phpsometimes people get "extra pay" for being in an administrative position.

Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-08 16:03:44/index.php?name=!--------------------&ex=onHere is UCOP's explanation for the $820 million missing names:

In the systemwide earnings report, an employee’s total 2009 earnings are added together and presented on one line.  Thus, the name of any employee who held a student appointment at any time during calendar year 2009 has been redacted.

Student appointments are not limited to graduate student instructional or research assistants; some specific positions in specific departments are restricted to students rather than career employees. Interns and Residents are classified in the same general category as student academic employees, so their names have been redacted.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-04 09:28:46/index.php?title=!HEAD COACH 5Behold the new title of "HEAD COACH 5". You might think that means that there are other levels, like 1-4, but you would be wrong. THERE IS ONLY 5.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-04 01:11:59/index.php
2009 data is up!
And searches should be much faster now...
Anonymous (1660879216) @ 2010-06-04 00:14:05/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=HOYT _ DAVID BUTLERWithout salary, huh?
Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-03 23:29:32/index.php?name=!--------------------&ex=onGoing to have to find out why $820 million in 2009 salary has names removed. Many are certainly not students...
Jeff (0) @ 2010-06-03 22:26:34/index.php2009 data is up!
Jeff (0) @ 2010-05-28 21:43:09/index.php
I'm a low-level UC employee and it was a surprise to me that there was an exception to the UC policy of pay information being available *by request from the UC*.  A google search on my name turns up this site and people in my non-professional life that I am trying to get to know have made judgments on me based on my published salary.  I doubt you are trying to have this affect on employees so far down the totem pole; did\would you consider anonymizing info for people making less than execs? 
I had considered it, but arbitrarily choosing a number didn't seem right. I have blocked the names of several people who requested it for privacy reasons.

But keep in mind that these data are available several other places, including http://www.sacbee.com/statepay/
Anonymous (2161785093) @ 2010-05-28 15:04:22/index.phpI'm a low-level UC employee and it was a surprise to me that there was an exception to the UC policy of pay information being available *by request from the UC*.  A google search on my name turns up this site and people in my non-professional life that I am trying to get to know have made judgments on me based on my published salary.  I doubt you are trying to have this affect on employees so far down the totem pole; did\would you consider anonymizing info for people making less than execs? 
Michael Liebers (1141411273) @ 2010-05-21 18:51:18/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=OPINALDO _ GINA GADI&ex=onis a fan
Anonymous (2639454805) @ 2010-05-20 19:45:53/index.php> Can you please explain what "extra pay" consists of?

For professors, "base pay" is their 9-months salary paid by the university.  If they have research grants from ourside UC, their one, two, or three  months summer salary is paid by the funding agency (not UC).  This shows as "extra pay" because UC does not pay this part of the salary, even though it administers the payments (and charges overhead on the grant for providing the research facilities). 
Anonymous (402942766) @ 2010-05-18 16:21:58/index.php?name=victor franco&year=2008I always wondered how much my boss made... ha!
Jeff (0) @ 2010-05-02 17:46:56/index.php
This site is interesting and thought-provoking.  Any word on when the 2009 info comes out?
I've contacted UCOP several times since January, and they say the reports still haven't been generated. Last notice was on April 13: "Communications sends out a systemwide notice once the data is available, so be on the lookout for that notice."

Hopefully soon.
Anonymous (1286164332) @ 2010-04-30 00:39:36/index.phpThis site is interesting and thought-provoking.  Any word on when the 2009 info comes out?
Anonymous (1627371621) @ 2010-04-09 08:53:22/index.php?name=mark yudofWhen do we get to see his real salary? I guess it's hard to measure the worth of a free mansion and slaves and all that other stuff. Mark "Hatchet Man" Yudof. Fuck you.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-04-08 13:49:08/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHEN
is that supposed to be a counter example?
I can't speak for the person(s) who left the comments below yours, but I mostly agree with you: Though Terence Tao certainly makes a lot of money and is "wealthy" by any sane standard, he is not "very wealthy" according to the insane standards of highly unequal societies.

He also seems to have good rapport with students, which might be a pretty rare thing among big name academics.

and I am impressed that you can comment on the pay page.

Thanks!
Anonymous (3488991418) @ 2010-04-05 11:29:50/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENis that supposed to be a counter example?

He is one of the premier mathematicians of our time. The fact that he earns less half a million dollars a year precisely proves his point that academic research is not the optimal way to become wealthy.

and I am impressed that you can comment on the pay page.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-03-22 15:26:59/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=JAMIESON _ STUART WMaybe I missed something, but I don't recall anyone on here ever mentioning a Dr. Jamieson by name until your comment. And the focus of the critique has little to do with doctors anyway. But I'm sure he appreciates your endorsement.
Anonymous (1083168726) @ 2010-03-22 09:03:28/index.php?campus=SAN DIEGO&name=JAMIESON _ STUART WDo ya'll actually even know who Dr. Jamieson is and what he really does?  He is a pioneer in heart surgery.  He was present during the first successful transplant.  He is one of 2 Dr.s in the country that regularly perform the PTE surgery with success.  I am one of his success stories, #2329.  He saved my life.  His passion for heart/lung research is what made my surgery a reality.  Had he not done the research and invented the surgical technique, many lives would be lost needlessly.  He has EARNED his pay.  His work is a legacy!
Anonymous (2850904282) @ 2010-03-10 12:38:09/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENAnd he doesn't seem to know it: "...  if one’s primary career objective is to become very wealthy, I would have to say that academic research (mathematical or otherwise) would not exactly be the optimal way to achieve that objective, although an academic job can offer various non-monetary benefits (e.g. tenure, flexible schedules, academic freedom, etc.) which are not always present in more lucrative occupations."

http://terrytao.wordpress.com/career-advice/don’t-base-career-decisions-on-glamour-or-fame/
Anonymous (630006157) @ 2010-03-10 08:41:11/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=TAO _ TERENCE CHI-SHENWow, math pays well.
Anonymous (2230306849) @ 2010-03-08 18:01:56/index.php?s=campusYou have me all wrong.  I don't work for the UC.  I certainly believe the internal workings of the UC need major change.  But I also know that when state support is cut by 70% per student over the years, internal adjustment and redistribution can't fix everything.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-03-08 12:40:44/allcomments.phpAnonymous,

It sounds like your personal axe to grind, as a UCSD faculty member, is that you aren't rewarded enough for the grant-funded research you do, i.e. don't get to take home enough of that grant as salary. How many classes do you teach per year, I wonder?

As for trends over time: There is info on tuition/fees and state funding on this page, with real data. I don't think anyone questions that state support has dwindled, but to claim that as the one "REAL PROBLEM" is to give a free pass to the corporate managers who run UC from the top.

Presumably you've been paying attention. The people that skim away your grant money, and who make all decisions here from above (pretenses of the faculty senate aside), have only one response to a drop in funding: Pay workers less, make students pay more, and try to co-opt the protest movement by shifting focus away from themselves. Administration never shrinks, there are never fewer executive assistant vice whatevers, and there is no evidence for the claim that they need to retain "top talent", at least not that I've ever seen. Nor is there evidence that we can rely on that managerial class to make decisions that are good for students and workers.

Look, I'm sure you profit quite handsomely from affiliating with an organization that CA taxpayers subsidize. If you are unhappy with your amount of profit, maybe you should consider what you can do to help this university live up to its mission for its students and other stakeholders, rather than parrot management's line. In the end, you will benefit.

So what have you done to support George Lakoff's ballot measure to end minority rule in the state legislature?

What have you done to help the student movement against cuts and fee increases?

What have you done to help the workers whose puny salaries are being cut by 4% while the wealthy at UC aren't cut proportionally?

This site grew out of a need to have data out there, since UCOP rarely does so itself (so much so that they may now be forced to go through a legislative audit). The "furlough" plan smelled fishy, and indeed it is. So is much else, as should be expected wherever decisions are made from the top, for those at the top (and their good friends).

We can talk about the "real problem" on many different levels, but it's fruitless unless you're doing something to help on one or more of those levels. Sure, state funding is a "real problem". So is top-down rule. So is state capitalism. So is class warfare.

Where's your contribution?
Anonymous (1263568457) @ 2010-03-08 08:01:42/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=REBANCOS-MACASI _ LEILANIWelcome to working for the UC.  That, misinformation and a public license to complain about things that aren't true like professors being paid to take the summer off (Professors get paid for 9 months and receive no vacation benefits) and you end up going from a great university that educated students for a price you could afford to the terminal mess we have now. 
Anonymous (1613268500) @ 2010-03-07 21:20:26/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=REBANCOS-MACASI _ LEILANIare you ever going to take this down? isnt this invasion of privacy? full name and earning of that person?
Anonymous (1263568457) @ 2010-03-07 07:14:40/allcomments.phpI actually think a lot of the information on this web site is not quite realistic.  Certainly the operations of the UC could be streamlined and the size of the administration reduced.  But the REAL PROBLEM is that the citizens have been electing public officials who have been cutting state support for the UC for 40 years.  Then the UC raises tuition, but never to the extent required to make up for the state budget cuts.  One consequence is that tuition is sky high, which is now finally getting people's attention.  But the other is that the total cost per undergrad student (sum of tuition and state support; see Calif Commission on Higher Education) adjusted for inflation is 15% less than when I was an undergrad 40 years ago.  Just like when your salary doesn't keep up with inflation and you gradually have to lower your living style, at the UC this means increasing class size, doubling of the ratio of students to professors, no building maintenance, vastly reduced student services and so forth.  Sadly, the average taxpayer saves only $30 to $40 per year in taxes because of these cuts but now can't afford to send their children to college.
Anonymous (1263568457) @ 2010-03-07 07:02:24/allcomments.phpActually Jeff, you are not quite right about the profitability of the medical centers.  At UCSD the medical center gives a lot of its profit to pay the deficit of the medical school that is created in part by loss of state support to the medical school and in part by monies being transferred out of the medical school to the main campus to pay for undergraduate education.  For example, depending on the department at the UCSD School of Medicine each faculty member who has a state supported salary has to pay a tax on the state supported portion of their salary (from grant funds) that is as high as 25% to pay for operating expenses and past state cuts (that is in addition to salary cuts and furloughs) but no employee or undergrad campus faculty member pays such a tax.  In addition, I might add, that the medical center has to pay for replacing its Hillcrest medical facilities that do not meet earthquake standards so that it can continue to provide medical care to the poorest people in San Diego.  The profit is an illusion booked against different kinds of real liabilities that are kept hidden.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-03-06 18:52:09/allcomments.phpThanks for the info, Anonymous. Please provide citations in the future.

Also, the medical centers are profit-generating enterprises, so they're in a whole different category.
Anonymous (1263568457) @ 2010-03-06 10:14:06/allcomments.phpIf you are a medical school non-clinical faculty member your salary consists of a minimum base salary, extra base salary if you are paid on a higher salary scale and negotiated extra salary.  The two salary figures listed are the sum of all base salary and teh extra negotiated salary.  By state regulation the extra base salary and negotiated extra salary are paid from your research grants and cannot be paid from state funds (including teaching funds).  Depending on your situation, up to 100% of your minimum base salary is also paid from your research grants.  It should be noted that the UCSD Medical School only has approximately 1 stated funded minimum base salary for every 8 faculty members.
Anonymous (1263568457) @ 2010-03-06 09:54:36/allcomments.phpThe important missing information is the actual source of the salary money.  For example, there are a large number of faculty at the UC whose salary is entirely paid by funds from the research grants they obtain.  Thus, they teach and do administrative service for the UC for free.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-02-25 10:45:49/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=MADDALENO _ FRANCOEverything is supposed to be yearly, but I wouldn't be surprised if some things are misreported.

In fact, I have verified some systematic errors (people with the same name were misreported) and am waiting to hear back from UCOP on when they will fix the data.

I'm sure there are other problems as well. Do you think this one is incorrect?
Anonymous (1262348571) @ 2010-02-25 08:34:15/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=MADDALENO _ FRANCOWere the above amounts montly salaries or total yearly sums?
Jeff (0) @ 2010-02-25 00:26:04/index.php
Can you please explain what "extra pay" consists of?
Ah, if only we knew. Sac Bee puts it this way:
Gross pay includes overtime, bonuses, housing allowances, sick leave payout, vacation payout and multiple other forms of cash compensation.

So depending on the type of job, it could be anything from gas reimbursements to living in a free house, or huge bonuses, "incentive pay", and who knows what else...

If this legislative audit goes through, we'll probably know a lot more.
Anonymous (1221546008) @ 2010-02-24 05:39:12/index.phpCan you please explain what "extra pay" consists of?
Anonymous (2850361987) @ 2010-02-19 09:51:49/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=WORTHEN _ CHRISThis is fascinating. Jeff, I hope you keep updating this site, especially as we're told how poor we are and how much we need to sacrifice. Thanks for doing this.
Anonymous (448865039) @ 2010-02-17 12:36:01/worksheet.phpThank you for doing this.
Jeff (0) @ 2010-02-17 06:19:10/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=HORIAT _ AMANDA ASHLEE MAUC provided the data. Public employee salaries are public information.
amanda horiat (404278855) @ 2010-02-16 21:16:41/index.php?campus=IRVINE&name=HORIAT _ AMANDA ASHLEE MAwhy is my information online ? who gave this to you ?
Jeff (0) @ 2010-02-06 22:20:50/crisis_of_priorities.php
Using a biased source of news to get data might not be the best start.
If you find a problem with the data, feel free to share it.
I also believe your argument on Capital is clearly misunderstood.
I assume you're referring to Bob Meister's report about tuition being used as collateral for bonds. Is that right? Perhaps you have some problem with his reasoning, but you didn't state it. Your comment takes for granted that these are deals that should have been pursued to begin with, rather than violations of the university's mission in favor of elitism.
As an informed student leader, I must warn against your data. Furthermore, I advice you too meet with the right sources before producing a concrete analysis on flawed numbers.
Yikes. Anyone who proclaims him/herself a "leader", informed or not, is already quite suspect in my book. I'm sure most of the folks at that tea party convention would describe themselves similarly. Exactly what are you claiming to lead?

And what are these "right sources" you speak of?
Please take this as constructive criticism only, as I am a true believer in fighting for the right cause.
See tea party above.
UC Student Leader (2850685964) @ 2010-02-06 13:39:09/crisis_of_priorities.php"All data from this site and Changing Universities (the blog of UC-AFT President Bob Samuels; some text borrowed), unless otherwise noted. UC itself keeps changing some of these numbers, so I have kept to conservative estimates where necessary"

Using a biased source of news to get data might not be the best start.

I also believe your argument on Capital is clearly misunderstood. When a university signs a capital lease, it goes under a contractual agreement. It would cost the university a significant amount to stop projects because of contracts signed years ago (breaking contracts are costly and clearly detrimental as they yield no benefits). The fact of the matter is that not many people could have predicted the economy to crash so drastically. Otherwise, no one would have invested in the real estate market at all.

As an informed student leader, I must warn against your data. Furthermore, I advice you too meet with the right sources before producing a concrete analysis on flawed numbers.

Please take this as constructive criticism only, as I am a true believer in fighting for the right cause.
Anonymous (1660879216) @ 2010-01-28 20:27:37/crisis_of_priorities.phpYesterday on All Things Considered, Yudof made it pretty clear that pseudo-privatization has been discussed and is being considered (no pun intended) among UC administrators:

BRAND: What do you think about this idea that's been floated, separating the top UC schools - Berkeley, UCLA, for example - from the rest of them and making them more like private schools?

Mr. YUDOF: Well, I wouldn't make them more like private. You know, I mean, if you look around, you know, our 10,300 next year is not remotely like Stanford or Princeton.

To answer your question directly, I think everything is on the table to think about. Our backs are to the wall, and I don't reject it out of hand, but I don't endorse it either.

The second thing I would say is if you adopted a plan like that, you would have to have some sort of redistribution. We need to worry about Merced, we need to worry about Riverside and some of the other campuses. A portion of that, whatever income was obtained from that method, would have to be returned to the campuses to help build them into great research universities, enable them to flourish.

Anonymous (666851126) @ 2010-01-15 09:25:45/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=HELLER _ LAURENTEasily fixed, with ever-increasing tuition. Soon his salary will be paid by only two students. See how easy that is to fix? /sarcasm
Anonymous (1071927104) @ 2010-01-03 01:17:40/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=HELLER _ LAURENTHmmmm....so the CFO of the law school is making almost $100k (what happened to the last 4 pennies?), and doesn't even have a college degree. No wonder the system is mismanaged......
Anonymous (1290419291) @ 2010-01-01 01:29:15/temporal.php?low=2007&lowcampus=LOS ANGELES&lowname=MAKARA _ KIRKO&s=highextra-lowextra&high=2008Im looking for my brother, he has been missing since 2007 can anyone help me find him, his name is Kirko Taras Makara, i googled his name and it took me to this site, my mother is so sad she wants to see him before she dies, if you have any information regarding this person you may contact me at carlos_makara@yahoo.com, Im his older brother...thank you so much!
Jeff (0) @ 2009-12-28 21:08:37/crisis_of_priorities.phpTurns out that the medians are less than useful, since these data reflect many partial year salaries and there is no way to filter them out. Medians under $100K tend to be about $18K; over $100K, about $135K.
Jeff (0) @ 2009-12-18 13:47:56/crisis_of_priorities.php
btw,  you might try to restructure the diagrams about the 100k employees.   its very possible there were a lot of 90kers that gradually got raises into the 100k category.    it isn't necessarily that there's a group of 50k earners and a group of 150k earners.
Average gross salaries (excluding students and other as described below):

Under $100K:
2004      40750.751345745
2005     41019.981473526
2006     42017.545119637
2007     42513.168786763
2008     43650.316073262

Over $100K:
2004      154967.78026158
2005     156457.20918192
2006     156038.01890678
2007     155451.1164031
2008     156555.12713065

I'll get medians when I get a chance.
Anonymous (1825155563) @ 2009-12-18 08:14:41/crisis_of_priorities.php
fantastic -- i still support more funding for UC from the state but this is very revealing.
Agreed. Any sane system would prioritize education far above imprisonment and corporate tax breaks. But that's just a symptom of a larger problem for the state/country.
data presentation suggestion (404159328) @ 2009-12-14 11:36:41/crisis_of_priorities.phpfantastic -- i still support more funding for UC from the state but this is very revealing.

btw,  you might try to restructure the diagrams about the 100k employees.   its very possible there were a lot of 90kers that gradually got raises into the 100k category.    it isn't necessarily that there's a group of 50k earners and a group of 150k earners.

a UC alum


Anonymous (1276382466) @ 2009-12-13 23:01:12/crisis_of_priorities.phpRight on! We've got the info, we just need to act on it.
Anonymous (1276382466) @ 2009-12-13 22:39:58/index.php?campus=BERKELEY&name=BIRGENEAU _ ROBERT J.Now he's a survivor of a terrorist attack. Now he's unstoppable!
Who is CUE? (499104775) @ 2009-12-09 08:23:15/worksheet.phpYou say "CUE says" they're accepting the deal. Aren't you part of CUE? If CUE leadership doesn't feel like (and doesn't know) the membership is ready to fight back, this is what will happen. Did you act to support your union while these talks were going on? Did you organize with your coworkers and send the message to the negotiators (and thus the university's negotiators) that you were willing to put up a fight?

If not, you have no right to complain.
angry cue member (223456125) @ 2009-12-08 14:50:29/worksheet.phpso CUE today says they're accepting the same deal that non-union employees already had. after months of making us worry about layoffs and all that bs, we get the same deal. what was the point of having a union again?
Anonymous (1276382466) @ 2009-12-08 02:16:41/index.php?campus=UCOP&name=ERNST _ DAVID JOSEPHSaw this guy on the news tonight. What a dipshit.
Anonymous (206058638) @ 2009-12-07 14:56:03/index.php?campus=UCOP&name=ERNST _ DAVID JOSEPHFrom UPTE's December 07, 2009 Monday Memo:
UC’s Associate Vice President for Systemwide Information Technology, David Ernst, is under fire for improperly claiming over $150,000 of reimbursements for lavish trips and personal expenses while he served in a similar executive position in the California State University system. The state auditor discovered the payments to the $238,000-a-year executive after a whistleblower tipped her off. State Senator Leland Yee wants Ernst to pay the taxpayers back. AFSCME, a union representing 20,000 of UC’s lowest-paid workers, wants Ernst to resign.
His UC salary is $238,000, reflected in a partial 2008 salary above.
Anonymous (935612375) @ 2009-12-07 11:27:22/index.php?gross=>100000

Notice that "extra" (above base, not overtime) pay accounts for about 1/4 of salary spending.

None of that money is subject to furlough/cuts, nor was it even accounted for in the "independent review" of UC compensation policy for which UC just paid Mercer consulting a bunch of money.

Dieu Huynh (2850572015) @ 2009-12-06 03:57:24/crisis_of_priorities.phpI am working with the Students for California Democracy Act, specifically with the UCLA chapter, and I am personally thankful for all this work. 
We must turn back the direction, and restore public education, in the sake of the public welfare. 

The state is dysfunctional, it needs changes, it needs the democratic majority rule.  We need a progressive governor as well.

The UC admin is misbehaving, let's correct it. 
1. Invite them to the party: Join us in discussion, and endorse reforms to California.
2. Not joining us? Let's shame them by making a big ruckus.
3. Let's invite them to join the majority of the people again. 
4. Not joining us? Let's threaten take away their autonomy.

Together we can do this. 

A revolution is not based on self-righteousness and hate, but love. 

Our rallies, protests, actions have to include more than war like fear-mongering  language. Nothing is more powerful than seeing police spraying water at freedom fighters in the 60s. Yes We Can. Yes, We shall overcome. 
Anonymous (157334434) @ 2009-12-04 11:56:57/index.php?gross=between 300,000 and 9,999,999Absolutely no good reason for this...
Jeff (0) @ 2009-12-04 08:39:45/crisis_of_priorities.phpSo are you suggesting that in "getting real" we should accept the idea that over 3/4 of the money spent "per student" goes elsewhere? That this is an acceptable situation? There are a few obvious responses, which Bob Samuels included in his original posting on this topic:
UCOP will argue that we have not accounted for the cost of classrooms, utilities, administration, libraries, and staff. Our first response is that we want to focus on just the direct instructional cost. Moreover, economies of scale operate here; it is clear that when you add a new student, you do not add a new classroom or add a new administrator. In fact, there have been very few new classrooms added in the UC system, and class sizes have recently gone up. Furthermore, it is impossible to tell what part of an administrator's salary should go to supporting the instructional mission of the UC, and it is unclear why an undergraduate should pay for the raises of administrators and researchers. While I recognize that students and the state should pay for some part of the indirect or associated costs of UC operations, it strikes me as completely unjustifiable to have less than 25% of the undergraduate revenue go to direct instructional expenses.
Add to that the fact that as class sizes have increased, and the number of classes taught by professors (as opposed to grad students and lecturers) has decreased, the cost to educate should have decreased as well.

We can quibble over minutiae, but the overall picture remains quite clear.

Anonymous (3631246525) @ 2009-12-04 07:00:17/crisis_of_priorities.php""Actual Instructional Cost" accounts for combined faculty salaries and health benefits." So faculty can provide instruction without any buildings, electricity, cleaning, maintenance? With no office space, internet, phone? No library access? Without any registrar to record grades? Without any instructional support? And no advising structure to get the students to the course in the first place? Etc. If you think seriously about what actually it costs to deliver a course to x number of students multiplied by y number of courses over z period of time, you will recognize that faculty salaries plus benefits alone don't even come close to the actual costs of instruction. Get real.
Anonymous (1141432677) @ 2009-12-03 22:16:10/crisis_of_priorities.phpNext question: what should we do? We should aspire to a more directed and concentrated form of intervention than the efforts conducted this past fall. And it should involve the increased participation of faculty and parents as well as students and workers.
Anonymous (1198144017) @ 2009-12-03 10:21:07/index.php?campus=LOS ANGELES&name=GUERRERO _ DANIEL GENEWorth noting that some swollen sports-related salaries are labeled only as "manager": Daniel Guerrero
Anonymous (2154970049) @ 2009-12-03 09:54:20/crisis_of_priorities.phpThis is outrageous. The idea of building profit on interest of student loans rather then investing in California's future is a doomed model.
Anonymous (1623044717) @ 2009-12-02 11:35:06/index.php?gross=>400000&year=2008And more than half of that is "extra" pay
Anonymous (13455621) @ 2009-12-02 11:18:34/index.php?gross=>400000&year=2008$159,766,519.70 in 2008 for people making more than Barack Obama.
Anonymous (700589342) @ 2009-12-02 10:50:41/crisis_of_priorities.phpim tired of paying for people who cant do their job. they make their mistakes and earn money they cant even spend while students are living off of ramen and working full time jobs and taking a full load of classes. and you wonder why peoples grades are low...
Anonymous (1959967352) @ 2009-12-01 23:18:57/crisis_of_priorities.phpThis is fantastic work, Jeffrey. Thank you so much. . . We've had enough to indict for a long time now, but this puts the final nail in the coffin. In solidarity, Jasper
Anonymous (1033082493) @ 2009-12-01 21:41:56/index.php?title=!PROFESSOR EMERITUS (W/O SAL)Lots of these: PROFESSOR EMERITUS (W/O SAL), $386,580.64
me (1068481725) @ 2009-12-01 18:10:21/index.php?title=!MISCELLANEOUS$1800/day for being a "miscellaneous" eh? Pretty sweet.
Jeff (0) @ 2009-12-01 14:58:19/crisis_of_priorities.php$200K is roughly the same as top 3%. See above. Interesting thing about the med centers is that they're not allowed to "profit" in a legal sense. Currently, they funnel those profits back into high salaries and expansion. They could just as well share with the rest of the system. It's been done before.
Anonymous (926798443) @ 2009-12-01 13:55:06/crisis_of_priorities.phpSome good stuff here, some not so good. Growth in numbers of workers with salary>$200K (or any fixed number) are futile... need to adjust for inflation, or, alternatively, look at a top percentile (say, top 3% of salaries) and plot their average. I don't like profiting from inflated health care costs at the Med Centers to fund anything... if UC makes a lot of money at the Med Centers prices for treatment should be rolled back. The administrative growth looks accurate; C. Schwartz' stuff is amazing.
Anonymous (1288072292) @ 2009-12-01 12:33:09/crisis_of_priorities.phpJust to be clear: The legislature is structurally dysfunctional and that is causing all manner of harm to the state. That being said, UCOP and the Regents do seem to have an obvious agenda beyond what they say publicly. Thanks for your work.
ron paul (504521027) @ 2009-12-01 10:07:21/index.phpHoly crap coaches get paid too much.


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Salary data are identical to those from public records requests by the San Francisco Chronicle. The Chronicle described the 2005 data as follows, which probably applies to later data as well:

In addition to salaries, total pay includes overtime, bonuses, housing allowances, relocation allowances, administrative stipends, revenue sharing and more than a dozen other types of cash compensation. It does not include health or retirement benefits.
The Sacramento Bee explains the numbers further (paraphrased):
Results are the actual amounts paid to workers during the year, according to the UC system. Since this data looks back in time -- it has to for overtime to show up -- those who worked only part of the year will see their actual earnings for the year, not how much they will eventually make over 12 months. Gross pay includes overtime, bonuses, housing allowances, sick leave payout, vacation payout and multiple other forms of cash compensation. Some workers promoted toward the end of the year will see their old job titles listed here.
Unfortunately, some errors do exist, and have been acknowledged by UC:

Thank you for the information you supplied on possible errors in the way that earnings were summarized in the Calendar Year 2007 and 2008 UC salary data. We have looked at the program that was used for those years and have learned that earnings for employees with the exact same name at the same location were indeed added together under only one employee name and title. We have modified the program so that this will not occur when we produce the 2009 calendar year data. I appreciate your help in identifying this error and apologize for the inaccurate data that was provided.
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2007–2010 data represent their respective calendar years. 2006 is actually fiscal year 2005-2006, 2005 is fiscal year 2004-2005, and 2004 is fiscal year 2003-2004. Explanation: These are the reports that UCOP has made freely available.

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