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UC Regents to discuss new advisory committee, budget proposal

By Kat Bocanegra Speed

Jan. 21, 2015 12:08 a.m.

The University of California Board of Regents will vote on the creation of a new advisory committee on the cost structure of the University and will discuss Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget proposal, among other topics, at its meeting at UCSF Mission Bay on Wednesday and Thursday.



  • The Committee on Finance will hear an update from executive vice president and chief financial officer Nathan Brostrom on Brown’s budget proposal for 2015-2016.
  • The Committee on Health Services will listen to a presentation on the student mental health services at UC campuses and how increased student service fees will affect these programs.
  • The Committee on Grounds and Buildings will discuss the University’s annual report on sustainable practices, which includes updates on presidential initiatives like the Carbon Neutrality Initiative.
  • The regents will vote on a proposal that gives the president and chancellors the authority to make appointment and compensation decisions for certain coaches and other athletic employees.

Compiled by Kat Bocanegra-Speed, Bruin contributor.

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