For University President Mark Schlissel’s final fireside chat of the semester, several students seized the opportunity Thursday afternoon to probe the president on a wide variety of campus issues.
The search won't be limited to those with Michigan backgrounds or those who come directly from the business world.
Innovation, collaboration and a desire to address major societal issues were at the heart of University President Mark Schlissel’s Leadership Breakfast address Friday.
(As prepared for delivery)
It’s great to see so many distinguished colleagues and campus leaders here this morning.
I have gotten to know most of you from our many conversations over the past year.
The regents voted at their Thursday to bump Schlissel’s salary to $772,500.
To welcome students back for a new academic year and mark his second year at the University’s helm, University President Mark Schlissel participated Friday morning in a Twitter chat — the 10th live chat hosted by the University’s social media team.
University President Mark Schlissel marked that occasion — his second first day of school since assuming the University presidency last summer — with a welcome back e-mail message.
Weathering some light sprinkles of rain, about 1,200 University students, faculty, staff and parents gathered for an ice cream social at the President’s House on Saturday.
“We should start to see modest incremental changes in the direction of diversity now,” he said.