There are 14 major administrative offices overseeing various school functions reporting to the Board of Regents and the University’s president. The president is appointed by the board as the University’s top executive officer in charge of system-wide operations. Major administrative offices include University Services, Office of Budget and Finance, Human Resources and others.
Apr. 16, 2015
The University may look into partnering with private developers in the area to better fit future student housing needs. 
Apr. 03, 2015
In his fourth State of the University address Kaler announced plans to strengthen human research trials and reduce administrative costs.
Mar. 30, 2015
At a meeting on Friday, leaders suspended some drug trials and planned for research reforms.
Mar. 25, 2015
The College of Liberal Arts is adding two associate dean jobs representing broad subjects.
Mar. 24, 2015
The president also discussed the University’s bereavement and sexual assault policies.
Mar. 24, 2015
Both Boynton and Northrop saw slight decreases in recommended funds.
Mar. 12, 2015
A recent report to the Board of Regents updated them on the University’s sustainability results from recent years.
Mar. 09, 2015
At a meeting Friday, many faculty members voiced concern with a report criticizing human subject research methods.
Mar. 06, 2015
The report found shortfalls in some of the University's research practices involving human participants.
Mar. 05, 2015
State lawmakers picked two newcomers and three past regents to lead the U’s governing board on Wednesday.
Mar. 05, 2015
A group of campus leaders has identified issues with how fees are given out to campus groups.
Mar. 04, 2015
Campus leaders are urging the U to modify how it gives time off to students for grieving.
Mar. 02, 2015
Supporters of the two groups gave passionate testimonies in attempts to get more money.
Mar. 02, 2015
Several student organizations voiced concerns with the fees committee’s initial allocations.
Mar. 02, 2015
Three candidates discussed their success with fundraising and plans for the school.


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