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Aside from meeting with Regent George Kieffer with the SUA Officers, I was able to have a one-on-one (1:1) meeting with him the next day as the UCSA President I followed up on questions the SUA Officers had proceeded to discuss student issues at the systemwide level. This lunch was my first 1:1 with the Chair of the board of Regents. It served as an introduction and a platform for collaboration between UC students and the UC Regents Topics discussed include: UC’s relationship with UCSA and the Legislature I urged an increase on the amount of campus visits per regent. Discussed both UCSA’s and his priorities for the year Addressing Regent Pattiz’s misconduct UCSA’s current discussions around structural change October 9, 2017 Held office hours per usual. Students came in to ask questions about opportunities available under my office, so I made sure to set aside time for them. October 10, 2017 I attended the first Graduate Student Association (GSA) meeting as the President of UCSA. I introduced myself to them and gave a brief overview of my role and potential forms of collaboration I then attended SUA’s first Assembly meeting of the year! October 11, 2017 Held office hours and continued to meet with students interested in joining the EVP Office October 12, 2017 I attended the Kresge Parliament meeting and presented on behalf of the SUA Officers. I let them know about the different offices under the SUA and answered any questions that they had. October 13, 2017 Had a check-in call with UCSA Government Relations staff at 10am. We discussed ongoing efforts at both the state and federal level. Call duration approximately one hour.
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