UC Hastings Continues Appointment of Chancellor & Dean Frank H. Wu

          By unanimous vote, through June 30, 2020.
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          Chancellor & Dean Frank H. Wu

          The University of California Hastings College of the Law Board of Directors unanimously expressed its wish today to continue the appointment of Frank H. Wu as Chancellor and Dean for a second five-year term, through June 30, 2020.

          "Frank Wu has been a strong and tireless leader for UC Hastings," said Board Chair Marci Dragun '86. "He is the right person to continue at the helm of our institution with his vision. The Board was unanimous in its decision to extend his tenure as Chancellor and Dean for another term."

          Read the Resolution, adopted June 6, 2014, here: Resolution 2014-10

          MEDIA CONTACT:  

          Alex A.G. Shapiro
          Director, Communications & Public Affairs
          UC Hastings College of the Law
          Office: (415) 581-8842
          Cell: (415) 813-9214
          Email: shapiroa@uchastings.edu

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