The University of Michigan released its year four Diversity, Equity and Inclusion progress report last Monday, highlighting improvements in affordability, enrollment and training. The full report is available here.
This article is part of a Michigan Daily series profiling four of the candidates seeking a seat on the Board of Regents this November at the University of Michigan.
Carl Meyers is in the middle of his third campaign for regent at the University of Michigan. Meyers also made a bid in 2014 but didn’t get enough votes at the Republican State Convention to get through to the general election.
After the Board of Regents froze investments in fossil fuels in February, students are frustrated with a lack of communication from the University’s administration about these investments.
After the vote to pause direct investments from the University of Michigan’s endowment, Regent Mark Bernstein (D) in February said the University would not make any new investments until they reevaluated their policy.
The Graduate Employees’ Organization, which represents more than 2,000 graduate student instructors and graduate student staff assistants, announced Monday that its members have voted to strike in response to the University of Michigan’s fall reopening plans. The move could substantially disrupt academic operations through the course of next week.