May 2011

Meeting Date: 
Thursday, May 12, 2011 to Friday, May 13, 2011

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA - BOARD OF REGENTS
Board and Committee Agendas - May 12-13, 2011
600 McNamara Alumni Center, 200 Oak Street S.E.

 

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2011
9:45 - 11:45 a.m. Sixth Floor, East Committee Room
Finance & Operations Committee
Regent Frobenius, Chair/Regent Hung, Vice Chair

1. Board of Regents Policy: Endowment Fund - Review - R. Pfutzenreuter/S. Mason
2. Board of Regents Policy: Investment Functions - Review - R. Pfutzenreuter/S. Mason
3. Issues Related to: Financing Medical Education & Flow of Funds - R. Pfutzenreuter/A. Friedman /E. Nunnally
4. Issues Related to: President’s Rec. FY 2012 Capital Imp. Budget - R. Pfutzenreuter
5. Financial Oversight: Financial Metrics & Peer Comparisons - R. Pfutzenreuter
6. Consent Report - Review/Action - R. Pfutzenreuter
7. Information Items - R. Pfutzenreuter

9:45 - 11:45 a.m. Sixth Floor, West Committee Room
Faculty, Staff & Student Affairs Committee
Regent Johnson, Chair

1. Board of Regents Policy: Student Education Records - Action - R. McMaster
2. Annual Promotion and/or Tenure Recommendations - Review/Action - T. Sullivan/A. Carney
3. Continuous Appts.: Annual Recommendations - Review/Action - T. Sullivan/A. Carney
4. Board of Regents Policy: Faculty Tenure - Review - T. Sullivan/A. Carney
5. Faculty Compensation: Trends and Benchmarks - T. Sullivan/C. Carrier/R. Jones
6. Consent Report - Review/Action - C. Carrier
7. Information Items - C. Carrier

12:00 noon - 1:15 p.m. Lunch with Student Representatives to the Board of Regents - Heritage Gallery

1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Sixth Floor, West Committee Room
Facilities Committee
Regent Hung, Chair

1. Real Estate Transaction - Action - K. O’Brien/S. Weinberg
A. Hotel Agreement for Continuing Medical Education 2012 World Symp. (UMTC)
2. Real Estate Transactions - Review - K. O’Brien/T. Mulcahy/S. Weinberg
A. Facilities & Services Agreement with J. Robinson Wrestling Camp (UMTC)
B. Acquisition of 350 Acres in Lake County for Wilderness Research Center from University of Minnesota Foundation (UMTC)
C. 99-Year Lese for University of Minnesota Hormel Institute (UMTC)
3. Schematic Designs - Review/Action - K. O’Brien/S. Crouch/M. Perkins
A. Lind Hall First Floor Remodeling Project
4. Space Utilization Initiative: Report on Decommission, Demolition and/or Deconstruction of Several Twin Cities Campus Buildings - K. O’Brien/B. Swanson
5. Resolution: Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for Norris Hall Deconstruction & Demolition - Review/Action - K. O’Brien/K. Larson
6. Resolution: Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for Veterinary Anatomy Bulding Demolition - Review/Action - K. O’Brien/K. Larson
7. Resolution: Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) for Wesbrook Hall Demolition - Review/Action - K. O'Brien/ K. Larson
8. Resolution: Norris Hall Deconstruction & Demolition - Review - K. O'Brien/O. Miller
9. Resolution: Veterinary Anatomy Building Deconstruction & Demolition - Review - K. O'Brien/O. Miller
10. Resolution: Wesbrook Hall Deconstruction & Demolition - Review - K. O'Brien/O. Miller
11. Central Corridor Light Rail Transit Project Update - K. O'Brien/B. Baker/L. Krueger
12. Consent Report - Review/Action - K. O’Brien/S. Weinberg
13. Information Items - K. O’Brien

1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Sixth Floor, East Committee Room
Educational Planning & Policy Committee
Regent Simmons, Chair/Regent Ramirez, Vice Chair

1. Board of Regents Policy: Academic Freedom and Responsibility - Action - T. Sullivan
2. Board of Regents Policy: Tuition and Fees - Review - T. Sullivan/R. Pfutzenreuter/J. Tonneson
3. Hormel Institute Research Agreements - Review - T. Mulcahy
4. Update: Undergraduate Writing Initiatives - T. Sullivan/R. McMaster
3. Consent Report - Review/Action - T. Sullivan
4. Information Items - T. Sullivan

3:45 - 4:15 p.m., Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Board of Regents Meeting
Regent Allen, Chair/Regent Cohen, Vice Chair

1. Recognitions - R. Bruininks/C. Carrier
A. Distinguished McKnight University Professor Awards
B. Academy of Distinguished Teachers
1. Morse Alumni Awards
2. Outstanding Contributions to Postbaccalaureate, Graduate & Professional Education Awards
C. John Tate Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising
D. Josie R. Johnson Award for Human Rights and Social Justice
E. Outstanding Community Service Awards

4:15 - 5:00 p.m. Reception to Honor Award Recipients - Sixth Floor Lobby

6:00 p.m. Dinner with UMF, MMF & UMAA Board and Staff Leadership - Eastcliff

FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2011
7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Meeting - Gateway Room

9:15 a.m. - 12:00 noon, Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Board of Regents Meeting
Regent Allen, Chair/Regent Cohen, Vice Chair

1. Recognition of VP & Chief of Staff, VP for Human Resources, VP for Scholarly & Cultural Affairs, VP & Chief Information Officer, and Student Representatives to the Board of Regents - C. Allen/R. Bruininks
2. Approval of Minutes - Action - C. Allen
3. Report of the President - R. Bruininks
4. Report of the Chair - C. Allen
5. Receive and File Reports
A. Annual Review of President’s Delegations
6. Consent Report - Review/Action - C. Allen
A. Report of the All-University Honors Committee
B. Gifts
7. Report of the Student Representatives to the Board of Regents - M. Privratsky
8. President’s Recommended FY 2012 Annual Capital Improvement Budget - Review - R. Bruininks/K. O’Brien/R. Pfutzenreuter
9. FY 2012 Budget Preview - R. Bruininks/R. Pfutzenreuter
10. Recommendations of Blue Ribbon Committees System-wide - T. Sullivan/R. Jones
11. Recognition of NCAA Champions - R. Bruininks/K. Brown
12. Report of the Committees
13. Old Business
14. New Business
15. Adjournment

Committee Consent Reports: Educational Planning & Policy: Academic Program Changes; Facilities: Perpetual Conservation Easement Covering 26 Acres at Fens Research Facility for Wetland Bank V (UMD); Five-Year Lease to Midwestern Higher Education for 3,237 Square Feet at West Bank Office Building (UMTC); Faculty, Staff & Student Affairs: Converral of tenure; Finance & Operations: Purchase of Goods & Services over $1,000,000

Committee Information Items: Faculty, Staff & Student Affairs: Update on Noteworthy Items, Administrative Actions and Policy Issues; Finance & Operations: Quarterly Purchasing Report; Report on Special Meeting of Investment Advisory Committee

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