Saturday, March 4, 2017

UC Regents Agenda for March 14-16, more

See for more info on agenda below:http://regents.universityofcalifornia.edu/meetings/agendas/mar2017.html

Tuesday, March 14

2:00 pm

Investments Subcommittee (open session - includes public comment session)
Location: Fisher Banquet Room

Agenda – Open Session
Public Comment Period2
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of October 26, 2016

I-1 Discussion Update on Investment Products

I-2 Action General Endowment Pool Asset Allocation Review
and Recommendations

Wednesday, March 15

9:00 am

Board (open session - includes public comment session) Location: Robertson Auditorium
Concurrent Meetings

10:00 am

Academic and Student Affairs Committee (open session) Location: Fisher Banquet Room

Agenda – Open Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting January 25, 2017
A1 Discussion Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

A2 Action Amendment of Regents Policy 3103 – Policy on Professional Degree
Supplemental Tuition and Regents Policy 3104 – Principles
Underlying the Determination of Fees for Students of Professional
Degree Programs

A3 Action Establishment of Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition for
Two Graduate Professional Degree Programs

A4 Action Amendment of Regents Policy 7401 and Academic Personnel Manual
Sections 015 and 016 – The Faculty Code of Conduct and University
Policy on Faculty Conduct and the Administration of Discipline


Also-adding in here- see: http://ktla.com/2017/03/06/uc-proposes-20-percent-enrollment-cap-on-nonresident-students-vows-to-give-californians-top-priority/

And


http://www.dailycal.org/2017/03/06/flexibility-title-ix-policy-leads-allegations-mishandled-cases/

This was not included in the ed discussion :
http://uclafacultyassociation.blogspot.com/2017/03/wait-minute.html

National Laboratories Subcommittee (open session) Location: Fisher Banquet Room

Agenda – Open Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting January 25, 2017
N1 Discussion Update on the National Laboratories and Presentation on the State of the
Los Alamos National Laboratory

10:00 am

Finance and Capital Strategies Committee (open session) Location: Robertson Auditorium
Agenda – Open Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 25, 2017

F1 Discussion Update on Student Housing, Berkeley Campus

http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/UC-Berkeley-ponders-People-s-Park-for-housing-10993869.php

F2 Discussion Update on Student Housing, Los Angeles Campus

F3 Action Approval of Budget and External Financing, Minnesota Street
Graduate Student and Trainee Housing, San Francisco Campus

F4 Action Approval of Budget and Design following Action Pursuant to the
California Environmental Quality Act, Precision Cancer Medicine
Building at Mission Bay, San Francisco Campus

F5 Discussion Haring Hall Safety Improvements and Building Renewal Project,
Davis Campus

F6 Action Amendment of the 2017-18 Budget for State Capital
Improvements and Approval of External Financing

F7 Action Authority to Form Non-Profit Mutual Benefit
Corporation Pursuant to Section 23786 of the California
Business and Professions Code, Davis Campus

Finance and Capital Strategies Committee (closed session) Location: Robertson Auditorium

Agenda – Closed Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of November 16, 2016
F8(X) Action Approval of Ground Lease Business Terms and Financing of Phase
IV-A of the East Campus Apartments, Irvine Campus

12:30 pm

Lunch

Concurrent Meetings
1:00 pm Public Engagement & Development Committee (open session) Location: Fisher Banquet Room
Public Engagement & Development Committee (closed session) Location: Fisher Banquet Room
Agenda – Closed Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting January 25, 2017

P6(X) Discussion of Fundraising Strategies


Agenda – Open Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting January 25, 2017

P1 Discussion The Affordable Care Act – Update and Impact on UC Health

P2 Discussion Update on State Budget Process

P3 Discussion Overview of State Advocacy Efforts

P4 Discussion Community Outreach and Impacts, San Diego Campus

P5 Action Endorsement of Comprehensive Campaign, San Diego Campus

1:00 pm Compliance and Audit Committee (open session) Location: Robertson Auditorium

Agenda – Open Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 25, 2017
C1 Action Resolution to Reaffirm the University of California Ethics and

C2Action Approval of External Audit Plan for the Year Ending June 30, 2017

C3Discussion Summary Results of the University’s 2016 Audit of Compliance for

Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance)


Compliance Program
Action Approval of External Audit Plan for the Year Ending June 30, 2017

C4
Action Resolution to Exclude Access to Federal Classified Information

Agenda – Closed Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 25, 2017

C5(X) Discussion Risk Management Activities Related to Cyber Security Litigation
and Threatened Litigation
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]

C6(X) Discussion Update on State Audits of the University
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]

C7(X) Action Recommended Settlement for Board Action
Pizana v. Regents – Proposed Settlement – Medical Malpractice –
UCSF-Fresno Medical Education
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]

C8(X) Discussion Appellate, Trial Court Developments and Updates
20 items listed (see at regents pages)

C9

3:30 pm Governance and Compensation Committee (open session) Location: Robertson Auditorium
Agenda – Open Session
Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 25, 2017
Amendment of Certain Regents Policies on Board Operations

Amendment of Regents Policy 1110: Policy on Conflicts of Interest

Amendment of Certain Standing Committee Charters

Amendment of the Schedule of Reports to the Regents and Adoption of
Policy on Reports to the Regents

Approval of New Market Reference Zones for UC Health Positions in the
Senior Management Group, as Proposed by the UC Health Executive
Compensation Working Group

Governance and Compensation Committee (closed session) Location: Robertson Auditorium
Agenda – Closed Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 25, 2017

G6(X) Discussion Collective Bargaining Matters


Thursday, March 16
8:30 am

Board (closed session)
Location: Robertson Auditorium

9:15 am

Board (open session - includes public comment session) Location: Robertson Auditorium

Agenda – Closed Session
Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 26, 2017
Personnel Matter
Personnel matters [Education Code §92032(b)(7)]
Committee Reports Including Approval of Recommendations from Committees:
Compliance and Audit Committee
Recommended Settlement for Board Action
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]
Finance and Capital Strategies Committee
Approval of Ground Lease Business Terms and Financing of Phase
IV-A of the East Campus Apartments, Irvine Campus
Closed Session Statute Citation: Acquisition or disposition of property
[Education Code §92032(b)(6)]
Governance and Compensation Committee
Closed Session Statute Citation: Collective bargaining matters
[Government Code §3596(d)]
Health Services Committee (meeting of March 3)
Closed Session Statute Citations: Collective bargaining matters
[Government Code §3596(d)], Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)],
Personnel matters [Education Code §92032(b)(7)]

Public Engagement and Development Committee
Closed Session Statute Citation: Gift matters [Education Code §92032(b)(3)]
B1(X) Discussion Review of Misconduct Cases and Due Process Procedures
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]
B2(X) Discussion Appellate, Trial Court Developments and Updates
1. CRISPR-Cas9 Patent Interference Proceeding – Patent Office
Decision of No Interference-in-Fact – Patent Dispute – Berkeley

Also see: http://www.dailycal.org/2017/03/02/mit-professor-co-discoverer-crispr-feng-zhang-speaks-berkeley-forum-event/

2. Michele Coyle v. Regents of the University of California,
Riverside Campus
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]
Officers’ and President’s Reports:
Report of Interim, Concurrence, and Committee Actions
Closed Session Statute Citations: Litigation [Education Code §92032(b)(5)]

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All times indicated and the order of business are approximate and subject to change.

Times indicated and order of business subject to change

Agenda – Open Session
Public Comment2
Roll Call
Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of January 26, 2017
Committee Reports Including Approval of Recommendations from Committees:
Academic and Student Affairs Committee
Amendment of Regents Policy 3103 – Policy on Professional Degree
Supplemental Tuition and Regents Policy 3104 – Principles Underlying the
Determination of Fees for Students of Professional Degree Programs
Establishment of Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition for Two Graduate
Professional Degree Programs
Amendment of Regents Policy 7401 and Academic Personnel Manual Sections
015 and 016 – The Faculty Code of Conduct and University Policy on Faculty
Conduct and the Administration of Discipline

Compliance and Audit Committee
Resolution to Reaffirm the University of California Ethics and Compliance
Program
External Audit Plan for the Year ending June 30, 2017
Resolution to Exclude Access to Federal Classified Information
Finance and Capital Strategies Committee
Approval of Budget and External Financing, Minnesota Street Graduate Student
and Trainee Housing, San Francisco Campus
Approval of Budget and Design Following Action Pursuant to the California
Environmental Quality Act, Precision Cancer Medicine Building at Mission Bay,
San Francisco Campus
Amendments of the 2017-18 Budget for State Capital Improvements and
Approval of External Financing
Authority to Form Non-Profit Mutual Benefit Corporation Pursuant to Section
23786 of the California Business and Professional Code, Davis Campus
Governance and Compensation Committee
Amendment of Certain Regents Policies Related to Board Operations
Amendment of Regents Policy 1110: Policy on Conflicts of Interest
Amendment of Certain Charters of the Standing Committees
Amendment of the Schedule of Reports to The Regents and Adoption of Policy
on Reports to Regents
Approval of New Market Reference Zones for UC Health Positions in the Senior
Management Group, as Proposed by the UC Health Executive Compensation
Working Group
Health Services Committee (meeting of March 3, 2017)
Endorsement of Request for Budget and Design Approval for the Precision
Cancer Medicine Building at Mission Bay, San Francisco Campus

Investments Subcommittee
Public Engagement and Development Committee
Endorsement of Comprehensive Campaign, San Diego Campus
National Laboratories Subcommittee
Action Amendment of Standing Order 100.4: Duties of the President of the
University
B3 Action Adoption of Policy on Review of Allegations of Board
Member Misconduct
B4 Action Establishment of Policy on Nonresident Student Enrollment
B5 Discussion University of California Operating Model
Officers’ and President’s Reports:
Report of Interim, Concurrence, and Committee Actions

________

Debate on college affordability spurs California lawmakers to offer proposals to help students
http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-sac-affordable-college-bills-20170303-story.html

________

Is UCD going to get into the marijuana research business?
http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/ucd/is-ucd-going-to-get-into-the-marijuana-research-business/

________

In the end, immigration fears didn't stop students from asking for California Dream Act aid
http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-essential-education-updates-southern-california-dream-act-applications-up-1488578709-htmlstory.html

________

$419,400 + $200,000 + ?, See:

Layoffs, budget cuts prompted UC Berkeley to pay out $306,000 for PR contract
http://www.sacbee.com/news/investigations/the-public-eye/article136343853.html
Berkeley officials say they needed the firm’s help despite having a campuswide communications and public affairs office that employs 31 people. Of that staff, only five were “professionally prepared, able, and available to work on budget-related communications,” Mogulof said.

The university also employs dozens of additional staff members in communications and public relations jobs within individual departments, based on Bee research.

University communications staff did not have the “experience and expertise” to deal with the deficit, Mogulof said.

The contract documents described a two-phase effort expected to last 48 weeks. But an email provided to The Bee indicates that one university official proposed scuttling the contract in a May 5 email that was time-stamped 59 minutes after The Bee filed its Public Records Act request for details of the deal. Mogulof said the timing was “a complete coincidence.”"


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