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Regents held closed strategic session in January

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER

Members of the University’s Board of Regents convened in the Michigan Union on Thursday afternoon for their monthly public meeting. In January, the regents also met in Ann Arbor, but in place of an open meeting, they gathered for closed strategy sessions.

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Evaluating the gender gap

Illustration by Eli Scheinholtz

BY RACHEL PREMACK AND ALLANA AKHTAR

This piece examines whether a discrepancy in base salaries between male and female executives exists within the University’s administration. Doing so required extensive data analysis — namely, comparing the salaries of more than 40 positions across the University.

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Regents to consider budget increase for Intramural Sports Building renovation

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER AND ALLANA AKHTAR

The board will also approve demolition of the Edwards Brothers Malloy building for a $168 million athletic complex.

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Interim UMHS chief ranks as University's highest paid executive

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

Michael Johns, interim chief executive officer for the University of Michigan Health System, is the highest paid University of Michigan employee, according to the University’s annual salary report released Monday.

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Regents to approve design for $49 million Dennison renovation

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BY CLAIRE BRYAN

At Thursday’s meeting of the University’s Board of Regents, the governing body will vote to approve schematic designs for a $49 million renovation of the David M. Dennison Building.

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President Emerita Coleman appointed to Mayo Clinic board

Erin Kirkland/Daily

BY SAM GRINGLAS

Former University President Mary Sue Coleman has been appointed to a seat on the Mayo Clinic’s Board of Trustees. According to a release published on the clinic’s website, Coleman attended her first quarterly meeting of the board Friday.

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President Schlissel addresses athletics comments, apologizes to Brady Hoke

BY GREG GARNO

After delivering candid comments regarding University athletics at Monday afternoon’s meeting of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, University President Mark Schlissel spoke with The Michigan Daily by phone Tuesday evening to clarify his statements.

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Board talks diversity, endowment at meeting

BY CLAIRE BRYAN

FLINT, Mich. — Aside from athletics, the University’s Board of Regents discussed several other topics at its monthly meeting Thursday, including ongoing diversity efforts and the University’s annual investment report.

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LIVE BLOG: President Schlissel discusses athletics at October regents meeting

BY DAILY ADMINISTRATION BEAT

Follow our live blog to see what happens in October's meeting of the University's Board of Regents.

  • Regent Ilitch says board will discuss athletics controversy
  • Regents to approve naming of new Ross building
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    Regent Ilitch says board will discuss athletics controversy

    File Photo/Daily

    BY WILL GREENBERG AND SAM GRINGLAS

    University Regent Denise Ilitch (D) told a local CBS television program Sunday that the regents plan to discuss the Athletic Department at Thursday’s monthly meeting.

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