Wednesday, April 11, 2018

UC Regents Meetings April 13th.-Also, UC and CCC agree to attempt transfer admissions boost, again. More.

April 13 - Governance and Compensation Committee (closed session)

G1(X) Action Recommendations for Election of Officers and Appointments to
Standing Committees and Subcommittees for 2018-19

Attendance is expected of Committee members only

Committee Membership: Regents Blum, Elliott, Lansing, Ortiz Oakley (Vice Chair),
Makarechian, Pérez, Sherman (Chair), and Zettel; Ex officio
members: Regents Brown, Kieffer, and Napolitano

--*Note that Regent Sherman has somehow been made chair of Governance committee, normally the immediate past chair of the entire board of UC Regents holds the chair for governance committee, Sherman has only seved as chair of investments committee thus far- so, why is he being given at least two of the most influential committee chair positions right now?-- he is a relatively new regent in terms of years of service...*


April 13, 2018

12:30 pmHealth Services Committee (open session - includes public comment session)
Upon end of open sessionHealth Services Committee (closed session)
Times indicated and order of business subject to change

Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of February 6, 2018

H1 Discussion Remarks of the Executive Vice President – UC Health

H2 Discussion Clinical Quality Dashboard for University of California Medical Centers

H3 Discussion Health Care Vendor Relations Policy Update

H4 Action Proposed Request for Approval of Hillcrest CampusRedevelopment Phase 1, San Diego Campus

Agenda – Closed Session Action Approval of the Minutes of the Meeting of February 6, 2018
Closed Session Statute Citation: Litigation 
[Education Code §92032(b)(5)

Committee membership: Regents Blum, Lansing (Chair), Makarechian, and Sherman Chair); Ex officio members Brown, Kieffer, and Napolitano, Executive Vice President Stobo, Chancellors Block and Hawgood Advisory members Dimsdale, Hernández, Lipstein, and Smith


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