Judy Olian, Dean of Anderson School of Management
Just spent $647,000 on first-class flights and hotel stays.
This article tells the sordid story. UCLA banned business and first-class travel on their dime except if there was a medical need. So a TON of staff, Olian especially, suddenly developed a medical need. And she wasn’t the only one:
Overall, Chancellor Gene Block and 17 deans who oversee the schools of business, film and theater, law, medicine and others spent about $2 million on travel and entertainment from 2008 to 2012. About half a million went to first- or business-class airfare for the six deans with medical exemptions, according to documents.
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