University of Michigan Board of Regents, Seat 3
Employer / Organization
Nov 05, 2024
Jun 18, 2024 - Jul 18, 2024
The Board of Regents for the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University are established through the state constitution and grants the Board general supervision of the institution, including control and direction of all its expenditures and final authority in its government. The Board, by federal law, also is charged to uphold the obligations of a land-grant University. Those obligations are to provide a liberal and practical education to prepare students for various pursuits and professions. The Board consists of eight members elected for eight-year terms. Two members are selected every two years by the people of Michigan in a statewide general election. The Board delegates responsibility to the University's president, and through the president to officers and the faculty, and delegates appropriate authority and jurisdiction over matters for which they are held accountable by the Board. Such matters include educational policy and the development of a strong and efficient organization with which to accomplish the University's objectives.