UT System Regents to meet Tuesday
AUSTIN — The University of Texas System Board of Regents will hold a special called meeting via telephone conference call at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 20, on the ninth floor of Ashbel Smith Hall, 201 W. 7th St. in Austin.
The Board will meet in open session and immediately recess into executive session for discussion regarding individual personnel matters, including discussion of candidates to be invited to interview for the UT San Antonio presidency. Legal matters and prospective gifts or donations may also be discussed in executive session.
The Board will reconvene in open session at approximately 11:20 a.m. to consider action, if any, on executive session items and to consider the approval of an agreement for the Governor’s Center for Management Development at the UT Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs to provide leadership training services to the University of Adelaide in Australia.
The Board will also consider action regarding the approval of the terms of the employment agreement with Sandra K. Woodley, Ph.D., as president of UT Permian Basin.
The meeting is expected to adjourn at about 11:30 a.m.
The full agenda is posted online and the meeting will be webcast.
Parking for the news media is available at the guard kiosk on Colorado Street between 6th and 7th streets.
About The University of Texas System
Educating students, providing care for patients, conducting groundbreaking basic, applied and clinical research, and serving the needs of Texans and the nation for more than 130 years, The University of Texas System is one of the largest public university systems in the United States. With 14 institutions and an enrollment of more than 228,000, the UT System confers more than one-third of the state’s undergraduate degrees, educates almost two-thirds of the state’s health care professionals annually and accounts for almost 70 percent of all research funds awarded to public institutions in Texas. The UT System’s operating budget for FY 2017 is $17.9 billion, including $3 billion in sponsored programs funded by federal, state, local and private sources. With more than 20,000 faculty – including Nobel laureates and many members of the National Academies – and nearly 80,000 health care professionals, researchers, student advisors and support staff, the UT System is one of the largest employers in the state.