FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
UC DAVIS LAW STUDENT APPOINTED STUDENT REGENT FOR 2005-06
The University of California Board of Regents today (Sept. 22) appointed Adam R. Rosenthal, a UCLA graduate and UC Davis law school student, as student regent for 2005-06.
Rosenthal becomes the 31st student regent since the position was established in 1975.
Rosenthal, 25, will serve as the student regent-designate for the coming year and be able to participate in all deliberations, but not vote until July 2005 when his one-year term would begin.
"I look forward to working with fellow students, the regents, UC faculty and staff, and elected officials to increase awareness and funding for essential outreach and accessibility initiatives," said Rosenthal, who recently completed his first year at UC Davis' King Hall School of Law.
"I also hope to work with the university on two essential accountability measures from the recent compact: namely, increasing the number of UC-trained K-12 teachers, and expanding opportunities for pubic service throughout all areas of university life."
A Los Angeles native, Rosenthal graduated from UCLA in 2001 with a bachelor's
degree in history and a minor in Hebrew/Jewish studies. As an undergraduate,
he was a member of the student government, president of Hillel and co-founder
of UCLA's first Arab-Jewish dialogue group.
The current student regent is Jodi Lynette Anderson, a doctoral student
in education at UCLA.
This year, 66 students applied for the position. The regents' nominating committee interviewed three finalists, whose names were submitted by the UC Students Association after its review of the top candidates from each of the nine UC campuses.
Rosenthal may be contacted at (530) 400-0971.
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