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Nominations for UCRS Board Candidates Due April 16

Posted April 7, 1999

Nominations for the Board of the University of California Retirement System (UCRS) are due in the UC Office of the President Human Resources/Benefits Unit by Friday, April 16.

Employees who are active members of the University of California Retirement Plan (UCRP), but not members of the Academic Senate are eligible to run. Interested candidates must submit a brief biographical statement and a petition signed by at least 50 active UCRP members who are not part of the Academic Senate.

Nomination packets may be requested or picked up from the Human Resources benefits unit, 247 University Hall. Office hours are 9 to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.

Non-Academic Senate members of UCRP will vote in June to fill one vacancy on the Board. The elected candidate will serve a four-year term beginning July 1, 1999.

The nine-member UCRS Board typically meets four times a year in Oakland at the Office of the President. Members serve without compensation, but are reimbursed for expenses.

For details see the February, 1999 edition of Human Resources/Benefits Review which was mailed to UCRP members' home addresses.


April 7 - 13, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 29)
Copyright 1999, The Regents of the University of California.
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