U.C. President Exonerated By Regents
San Francisco, CA — University of California regents voiced support Thursday for system President Robert Dynes who is under fire over millions of dollars in perks quietly paid to top executives.
Regents meeting in San Francisco said they hold Dynes responsible for lapses in policy that led to the secret compensation but they believe he can eliminate the problems.
Concerns about how UC rewards top-ranked employees began last fall when the San Francisco Chronicle reported that executives were getting millions in bonuses, housing allowances and other perks.