FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This is a Notice of Meeting of the University of California Board of Regents on Tuesday, March 12, through Thursday, March 14. This regular business meeting of the board will be held at the UC San Francisco-Laurel Heights campus, 3333 California St., in San Francisco.
The regents have added a Tuesday afternoon session to its customary two-day meetings for the purpose of discussing the UC admissions testing proposal. That open session of the full board will begin at 1:15 p.m.
Wednesday's meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. with public comment, followed by open session of the national laboratory oversight committee at 8:45 a.m. Agenda items for the Wednesday morning open sessions include discussions of the annual report of the president's council on the Department of Energy laboratories and the first-year update on the California Institutes for Science and Innovation. The Wednesday afternoon agenda will be held in closed session for the purpose of discussing personnel, legal and investment matters.
Thursday's meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. with public comment, followed at 8:55 a.m. by a joint session of the regents' committees on finance and investments. The Thursday sessions will include a status report on UC hospitals and clinics and action on a number of capital improvement projects at six UC campuses. There are no afternoon sessions scheduled for Thursday.
A press room will be open across from the meeting room. Please register for credentials. Parking is available in the parking garage at UCSF-Laurel Heights. The press room telephone number is (415) 476-0619 and the fax number is (415) 476-0618.
- The agenda for the meeting can be viewed at:
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- Background materials for the meeting will be mailed by Wednesday, March 6.
- University officials will be available during the meeting to speak with reporters.
This meeting notice is issued to comply with the state's pertinent open meeting laws.