In her remarks, Pollack acknowledged the complexity of improving campus diversity, but said it is an important task for the University to take on nonetheless.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, a University alum, returned to Ann Arbor on Monday to speak with a group of Business sophomores about ongoing revitalization efforts in Detroit.
The meeting also featured comments from CSG President Cooper Charlton, an LSA senior, who again asked SACUA to move up the timeline for releasing student course evaluation data.
Student-run teams will work over the next three months to develop their startup ideas into full-fledged businesses.
The 2015 freshman class reflects University efforts to address the issue of over-enrollment by deferring and waitlisting more applicants.
Monday marked Schlissel’s first time at SACUA since appearing there last November.
Following a Faculty Senate vote last week to delay the release of course evaluation data, faculty and students will form a committee to discuss protocols for doing so in the near future.
Provost previously pledged to pause plans based on assembly vote.
A pending Senate Assembly vote could persuade University Provost Martha Pollack to delay the release.
Proposed revisions would allow students to appeal investigation findings to an external party.