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The GoPetition website was an invaluable resource for our campaign. Success! The directors of the north campus research centers, as well as the vice provosts of the International Institute and the Institute of American Cultures met on the morning of March 26, 2012 with Chancellor Gene Block, Vice Chancellor for Research James Economou, and Academic Senate Chair Andrew Leuchter. The purpose of the meeting was to express the group’s and the petitioners’ concerns about the expected impact of the Economou Proposal on vital programs and institutions at UCLA, including the deleterious financial effects on research, student support, and program development. At the end of the session, Chancellor Block pronounced the proposal “dead.” Thank you all for your efforts! Righteous Cause - Mar 27 2012