It’s not too late to watch the Web Town Hall on UC Benefits
If you missed the live webcast, you can still watch an archived tape of the Web Town Hall on UC Benefits. The event was videotaped in Oakland on Sept. 24 , and included more than 9,000 participants from across the UC system, as well as a small in-studio audience of UC faculty and both represented and non-represented staff.
The Town Hall was moderated by Penelope Herbert, staff advisor-designate to the Regents, and featured panelists Nathan Brostrom, executive vice president of Business Administration, Dwaine Duckett, vice president of Human Resources, Provost Lawrence Pitts and Academic Senate Vice Chair Robert Anderson.
Panelists tried to answer as many questions as they could from both the live and web audience during the 90-minute event. Questions posed online that the panelists didn’t have time to answer — and with the volume of questions there were quite a few — will be answered on the Future of UC Retirement Benefits and posted under the Q&A section.
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped us make this first systemwide Web Town Hall a success.
For more information, visit the Future of UC Retirement Benefits website. Learn about recommended changes to retirement benefits, submit a question or comment, follow the process, find resources and stay involved.