Board of Regents of the University of Michigan

July 2018 Regents' Meeting

Thursday, July 19, 2018 - Richard L. Postma Family Clubhouse

The Board of Regents will hold its monthly meeting at the Richard L. Postma Family Clubhouse (500 E. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI 48104). Parking arrangements have been made for guests and community members in the Orange Lot (SC7) near Crisler. U-M parking permits will not be necessary on the day of the board meeting. Guests can park and walk through the tunnel under Stadium Blvd to the golf course. Meeting guests also can take the U-M Commuter South bus, which stops at the edge of the orange lot.  For more information on bus stop locations, visit: https://ltp.umich.edu/dev/transit/CS.php.

Meeting Schedule

3 p.m.

Call to Order

  • President's Opening Remarks
  • Regents' Committee Reports
  • Public Comments
  • Regular Business Agenda
Consent Agenda (Roman Numeral Sections I-VIII)

I. MINUTES

  1. Approval of June 21, 2018 Minutes

II. REPORTS

  1. Investment Report
  2. Plant Extension Report
  3. University Human Resources Report
  4. Regents Report on Non-Competitive Purchases over $10,000 from Single Sources, March 16, 2018 through June 15, 2018
  5. Litigation Report
  6. Research Report
  7. Other Reports (no documents)
    • University of Michigan Health System
    • Student Life
    • Dearborn Campus
    • Flint Campus
  8. Faculty Governance Update (no documents)
  9. Central Student Government/UM-Dearborn Student Government

III. VOLUNTARY SUPPORT

  1. Report on Voluntary Support (no documents)

IV. PERSONNEL ACTIONS

(Summary and Individual Regents Communications for items 1-11)(Use "bookmark" feature when viewing PDF document.) (Supplemental Agenda)

  1. Ann Arbor Campus-recommendations for approval:
  1. New appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, with tenure
  2. New appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, without tenure
  3. Reappointments of regular instructional staff and selected academic and administrative staff
  4. Joint or additional appointments or transfers of regular associate or full professors and selected academic and administrative staff
  5. Establishing and renaming professorships and selected academic and administrative positions
  6. Other personnel transactions for regular instructional staff and selected academic and administrative staff

    Dearborn Campus-recommendations for approval:

  7. New appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, without tenure
  8. Other personnel transactions for regular instructional staff and selected academic and administrative staff

    Flint Campus-recommendations for approval:

  9. New appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, without tenure
  10. Reappointments of regular instructional staff and selected academic and administrative staff
  11. Joint or additional appointments or transfers of regular associate or full professors and selected academic and administrative staff

    Committee appointments

  12. Ann Arbor and Dearborn campuses

V. PERSONNEL REPORTS

  1. Reports of Lecturers' Employee Organization (LEO) Activity
  2. Reports of regular instructional transactions

VI. RETIREMENT MEMOIRS

  1. Adoption of retirement memoirs for Barbara S. Apgar, M.D., clinical professor of family medicine; Shan R. Baker, M.D., professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery; Michael I. Casher, M.D., clinical associate professor of psychiatry; Charles N. Ellis, M.D., William B. Taylor Endowed Professor of Clinical Dermatology and professor of dermatology; Hilary M. Haftel, M.D., professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases John R. Heckenlively, M.D., Paul R. Lichter Professor of Ophthalmic Genetics and professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences; Thomas C. Kinnear, Ph.D., D. Maynard Phelps Collegiate Professor of Business Administration and professor of marketing; Bobbi S. Low, Ph.D., professor of environment and sustainability; Kathryn Schellenberg, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology, UM-Flint; Meng H. Tan, M.D., clinical professor of internal medicine; and Michael J. Wiley, Ph.D., professor of environment and sustainability.

VII. MEMORIALS

  1. No deaths of active faculty members were reported to the regents this month.

VIII. DEGREES

  1. There are no actions with respect to degrees this month.

IX. FINANCE-PROPERTY

  1. Alternative and Absolute Return Commitments
  2. Absolute Return Commitment
  3. Michigan Medicine University Hospital South Roof Replacement
  4. Alumni Center Renovation
  5. Authorize Execution of Investment Agreements for the Monroe-Brown Seed Fund for Arborsense
  6. Subcontract Agreement between the University of Michigan and SenSigma LLC
  7. Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and Esanik Therapeutics, Inc.
  8. Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and GreenMark Biomedical Inc.
  9. Subcontract Agreement between the University of Michigan and Elegus Technologies, Inc.
  10. Subcontract Agreement between the University of Michigan and Otzi Bio LLC
  11. Subcontract Agreement between the University of Michigan and The Hope Foundation
  12. Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and The Hope Foundation
  13. Sponsored Activity Agreement between the University of Michigan and Applied Morphomics, Inc.
  14. License Agreement between the University of Michigan and Applied Morphomics, Inc.
  15. Master Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and Xiaoju Science and Technology (Hong King) Limited
  16. License Agreement between the University of Michigan and Prove Concepts, LLC
  17. Option Agreement between the University of Michigan and Otzi Bio LLC

X. OTHER

  1. New graduate degree program in the School of Information
  2. Approval of Academic Calendars for 2020-2021 for UM-Dearborn campus

PUBLIC COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA-RELATED TOPICS

*The agenda and the items linked from this page are an unofficial version of this month's Regents' Meeting Agenda. The official and authoritative version of the agenda is kept on file in the Office of the Vice President and Secretary of the University.