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Chancellor's Advisory Committees

Members of the chancellor's advisory committees meet with UC President Janet Napolitano

Chancellor's Advisory Committees

The Chancellor’s Advisory Committees provide an opportunity for the Chancellor to seek valuable input and feedback from key community constituencies. Currently, Chancellor Wilcox meets on a regular basis with three committees: the Dr. Barnett and Eleanor Jean Grier Concerned Citizens of UCR, the oldest of the groups representing African American leaders since 1982; the Native American Advisory Committee; and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Chicano/Latino Affairs.

Each group is comprised of community, business, education, non-profit and government leaders, as well as engaged UCR alumni. Topics of discussion often include student recruitment and graduation success; faculty, staff, and campus leadership recruitment, hiring and retention; campus climate and safety, and highlighting new programs and initiatives.

The chairs of the committees are:
Jalani Bakari, Grier Concerned Citizens
Luke Madrigal, Native American Advisory Committee
Vacant, Advisory Committee for Chicano/Latino Affairs

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