Senior Officers, Deans, Regents, and Citizens Advisory Committee
The current list of The Regents of the University of Michigan is required in “all University of Michigan publications designed primarily for external constituencies.” This includes but is not limited to:
- Newspapers, magazines, and brochures used for the cultivation or solicitation of private donors
- Publications produced to build or reinforce positive attitudes among alumni, parents, and government officials and to support the overall public relations goals of the institution.
This policy applies to all published materials that represent the mission, organization, or historical accomplishments of the University and any of its major academic or operating units.
This list changes at least every two years and is also available from the Regents Web site. Publishers are strongly encouraged to verify the accuracy of this list each time it is to be reproduced. “Regents” is capitalized in University usage when it refers to the Regents of the University, but not “regental.
The following four lists should be included in all publications.
Daniel E. Little, Ph.D., Chancellor
Catherine A. Davy, Ph.D., Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Jeffrey L. Evans, M.B.A., Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs
Ray Metz, M.L.S., Interim Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Life and Chief of Staff
Kenneth C. Kettenbeil, B.A., Vice Chancellor for External Relations
Mallory M. Simpson, M.Ed., Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement
Martin J. Hershock, Ph.D., College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters
Tony W. England, Ph.D., College of Engineering and Computer Science
Raju Balakrishnan, Ph.D., College of Business
Janine Janosky, Ph.D., College of Education, Health, and Human Services
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY
Michael J. Behm, Grand Blanc
Mark J. Bernstein, Ann Arbor
Laurence B. Deitch, Bloomfield Hills
Shauna Ryder Diggs, Grosse Pointe
Denise Ilitch, Bingham Farms
Andrea Fischer Newman, Ann Arbor
Andrew C. Richner, Grosse Pointe Park
Katherine E. White, Ann Arbor
Mark S. Schlissel, Ann Arbor, ex officio
CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY STATEMENT
If space is limited, you can make exceptions and have the following text only:
A Nondiscriminatory, Affirmative Action Employer. © 2015 Regents of the University of Michigan
Accessibility Statement Guidelines
Materials inviting attendance at events on campus or at campus-sponsored events off-campus should identify the office to be contacted to request accommodations for the disabled and specify a deadline one week prior to the event by which the contact should occur so arrangements can be made. When accommodations are requested, please contact the Institutional Equity Officer (593-5190) who will work with the sponsoring unit to provide what is required. The following is an example of an ADA-compliant statement that must be included on all materials: Anyone requiring accommodations under the provisions of the ADA should contact (name/number/email address of unit contact) prior to (month/day/year) to allow time for arrangements to be made.