UC STUDENT REGENT

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Mission

The Student Regent and the Student Regent-Designate are student representatives on the UC Board of Regents. They are advocates: they take student concerns and student frustration to the Regents and to the UC’s top decision-makers. They are resources: they use their unique access to get information from those decision-makers and put it in the hands of student leaders. They are watchdogs: they attempt to hold the University accountable and work to create student-friendly outcomes.
  • Special thanks to CalTV for filming and editing.  Check them out at caltv.org

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  • Check out Jonathan’s interview with CalTV regarding this year’s increase in out-of-state and international admissions for the UC system.  1:35

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  • Special thanks to CalTV for filming and editing.  Check them out at caltv.org

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  • Read the full article at: http://www.dailycal.org/2012/04/04/faces-of-berkeley-jonathan-stein-the-next-student-regent/

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  • Special thanks to CalTV for filming and editing! Check them out at caltv.org

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  • Your campus, your issues, your UC.

    Special Thanks to CalTV for filming and editing- find out more at caltv.org

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  • The following article was published on March 5, 2012 in the Daily California        http://www.dailycal.org/2012/03/05/surveying-a-student-regent/

    “Surveying a student regent”                                                                                                                          By: Casey Given

    It’s March 1, and as I ascend the steps of Eshleman Hall, I hear echos from the Day of Action protests rattling in my head. I have an appointment with UC Student Regent-Designate Jonathan Stein, one of the loudest voices in California’s movement to increase public funding to higher education. As I sit down with the man who will represent our systemwide student body on the Board of Regents next year, I figure such a tremendous responsibility deserves some hardhitting questions.

    CASEY GIVEN: As student regent, you’re going to be representing all 222,000 UC students of different backgrounds, of different academic interests and with different needs. With such a diverse constituency, how are you going to prioritize your energy? What issues do you imagine yourself working towards?

    JONATHAN STEIN: The number one agenda item for any student regent right now — it doesn’t matter what you came into the job prioritizing — it’s funding and its fees. So, taking part in the fight for greater state funding and against the privatization of public higher education. Taking part in organizing things like March 5th’s Day of Action at the Capitol. May 17 is another day of action in the capital. Taking part (in) other campaigns to raise revenue and so on …

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  • Berkeley, CA—February 28, 2012: Student Regent Alfredo Mireles Jr. and Student Regent-Designate Jonathan Stein are presenting Working the Room: Spreading the Student Voice on the Board of Regents at the University at California Student Association’s (UCSA) 10th Annual UC Student Lobby Conference (SLC), from March 3-5, 2012 in Sacramento, CA.

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  • Check out Jonathan’s interview with CalTV, UC Berkeley’s online television station.  The episode aired February 15, 2012.  More information can be found on their website, caltv.org

     

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