February 2019 Board of Regents Meeting

Feb. 7-8

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Agenda: February 2019 (PDF)

Thursday, February 7, 2019

7:45 – 10:45 a.m. Sixth Floor, Boardroom 
Finance & Operations Committee
Regent Anderson, Chair/Regent Johnson, Vice Chair
  1. Public Hearing on Amendments to Regents of the University of Minnesota Traffic Regulation Ordinances 
  2. Amendments to Regents of the University of Minnesota Traffic Regulation Ordinances – Action – M. Berthelsen/R. Allanson
  3. College of Science and Engineering Tuition Surcharge – Action – M. Kaveh/J. Tonneson 
  4. Capital Budget Amendment: Eastcliff Renovation & Repair – Action – M. Berthelsen/L. King
  5. FY 2020 Annual Operating Budget Framework – J. Tonneson
  6. Annual Report on Workforce and Total Compensation – K. Brown/K. Horstman
  7. Collective Bargaining Agreement: AFSCME Locals 3937 and 3801, Technical Employees – Review/Action – K. Brown/P. Dion
  8. Capital Budget Amendment: Volleyball Performance Center Remodel, Maturi Pavilion (Twin Cities campus) – Review/Action – B. Gritters/M. Coyle/H. McCutcheon
  9. Resolution Related to the Purchase of 2515 University Avenue SE, University Village (Twin Cities campus) – Review – B. Burnett/L. Krueger/S. Mason
  10. Consent Report – Review/Action – B. Burnett
  11. Information Items – B. Burnett
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Audit & Compliance Committee
Regent Cohen, Chair/Regent Powell, Vice Chair
  1. External Auditor’s Review of Completed Audit Work and Proposed Audit Approaches for FY 2019 – S. Paulson/K. Knudtson/J. Dockendorf 
  2. Update on the Remediation of Twin Cities Undergraduate Admissions Audit Findings and Benefits of Actions Taken – R. McMaster/H. Meyer
  3. Internal Audit Update – G. Klatt
  4. Information Items - G. Klatt
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Sixth Floor, West Committee Room
Litigation Review Committee
Regent Beeson, Chair/Regent Johnson, Vice Chair
  1. Resolution to Conduct Non-Public Meeting of the Litigation Review Committee to Discuss Attorney-Client Privileged Matters – Review/Action – D. Peterson
12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Board of Regents Lunch
1:30 – 4:45 p.m. Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Mission Fulfillment Committee
Regent Omari, Chair/Regent Lucas, Vice Chair

15 min break to be taken at call of the Chair

  1. Systemwide Enrollment Planning: Rochester Campus – L. Carrell/L. Kallsen
  2. Update on Twin Cities 5-Year Enrollment Plan – R. McMaster/B. Lingren Clark
  3. Graduate and Professional Education, Part IV: Impact and Outcomes of Professional Education – J. Koepke/C. Schively Slotterback/H. Ainslie/S. Ramstad
  4. Holistic View of Student Financial Burden – R. McMaster/T. Falkner 
  5. Consent Report – Review/Action – R. McMaster 
  6. Information Items – R. McMaster
6:00 p.m. Dinner with Twin Cities Deans & Community Leaders – Bell Museum

Friday, February 8, 2019

7:45 – 9:15 a.m. Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Governance & Policy Committee
Regent Rosha, Chair/Regent Beeson, Vice Chair
  1. Board of Regents Policy: Appointments to Organizations and Boards – Review – B. Steeves
  2. Higher Education Strategic Planning – S. Mason 
  3. Information Items – B. Steeves
Begins 15 min After Adjournment of Governance & Policy Committee – ends 12:00 p.m. 
Sixth Floor, Boardroom
Board of Regents Meeting 
Regent McMillan, Chair/Regent Powell, Vice Chair
  1. Approval of Minutes – Action – D. McMillan
  2. Report of the President – E. Kaler
  3. Report of the Chair – D. McMillan
  4. Receive & File Reports
    A. Summary of Expenditures 
  5. Consent Report – Review/Action – D. McMillan
    A. Gifts
    B. Report of the Naming Committee
  6. Report of the Faculty Consultative Committee – A. Pittenger 
  7. 2018 University Accountability Report – Action – E. Kaler/R. McMaster
  8. Law School Metrics and Investment Strategy Update – B. Burnett/G. Jenkins 
  9. Annual Report on the Status of University Research & Commercialization of Intellectual Property - C. Cramer 
  10. Report of the Committees 
  11. Old Business
  12. New Business
  13. Resolution to Conduct Non-Public Meeting of the Board Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 13D.05, subdivision 3(c)(3) – Review/Action – E. Kaler
  14. Adjournment

Committee Consent Reports: 

Finance & Operations: Central Reserves General Contingency Allocations; Purchase of Goods and Services $1,000,000 and Over; Employment Agreement; Amendments to the Civil Service Employment Rules; Capital Budget Amendments: M Health Clinic and Surgery Center Leasehold Improvements; Schematic Designs.
Mission Fulfillment: Academic Program Changes; Conferral of Tenure; Postsecondary Planning: A Joint Report to the Minnesota Legislature; MnDRIVE Biennial Report to the Minnesota Legislature. 

Committee Information Items: 

Audit & Compliance: Engagements Less than $100,000 Requiring After-the-Fact Reporting.
Finance & Operations: Annual Insurance and Risk Management Report; Capital Finance and Debt Management Report; Central Reserves Fund Report; Debt Management Advisory Committee Update; Investment Advisory Committee Update; Knoll Area Infrastructure Improvements; Legislative Reports; Quarterly Purchasing Report. 
Governance & Policy: Completed Comprehensive Review of Board Policy.
Mission Fulfillment: Student, Faculty, and Staff Activities and Awards; Completed Comprehensive Review of Board Policy; Systemwide Student Mental Health Data. 

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Board of Regents

Audit & Compliance Committee

Finance & Operations Committee

Governance & Policy Committee

Litigation Review Committee

Mission Fulfillment Committee