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Image 8 of 1997 - Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

Part of Murray State University Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

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8. Mrs. Jones seconded and the roll was called with the following voting: Mrs. Buchanon, yes; Mr. Burich, yes; Mrs. Ford, yes; Dr. France, yes; Mrs. Gamble, yes; Mrs. Jones, yes; Mr. Lanier, yes; Mr. Lovett, yes; Mr. Somerville, yes; and Mr. Easley, yes. Motion carried. I 2. Revision of the Funeral Leave Policy For the Faculty/Staff Affairs Committee, Mr. Lanier moved that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation of the President of the University, approve the revision in the Funeral Leave Policy (Policy IV J) in Murray State University’s Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual for the inclusion of "step“ relatives in the definition of "immediate family." Mrs. Jones seconded and the roll was called with the following voting: Mrs. Buchanon, yes; Mr. Burich, yes; Mrs. Ford, yes; Dr. France, yes; Mrs. Gamble, yes; Mrs. Jones, yes; Mr. Lanier, yes; Mr. Lovett, yes; Mr. Somerville, yes; and Mr. Easley, yes. Motion carried. 3. Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Awards The Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Awards were presented to the following faculty members at Commencement on May 10, 1997: John A. Thompson, College of Business and Public Affairs Jo-Ann Hammons, College of Education Peggy E. Schrock, College of Fine Arts and Communication Margaret H. Brown, College of Humanistic Studies James A. Rudolph, College of Industry and Technology William E. Maddox, College of Science Janet L. Brewer, University Libraries G. Finance/Audit - Mr. Easley. Mr. Easley presented the following recommendations on behalf . of the Finance/Audit Committee. _ 1. Course Fee Increases For the Finance/Audit Committee, Mr. Easley moved that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation of the President of the University, approve the increase in the following course fees effective with the 1997-98 academic year: Course Title From Ig PHE 112 Open Water Scuba Diving I $50 $75 PHE 122 Open Water Scuba Diving II 50 75 PHE 132 Open Water Scuba Diving III 50 75 PHE 212 Open Water Scuba Diving IV 50 75 Mr. Lanier seconded and the roll was called with the following voting: Mrs. Buchanon, yes; Mr. Burich, yes; Mrs. Ford, yes; Dr. France, yes; Mrs. Gamble, yes; Mrs. Jones, yes; Mr. Lanier, yes; Mr. Lovett, yes; Mr. Somerville, no; and Mr. Easley, yes. Motion carried. 2. Part-time Technology Fee ' For the Finance/Audit Committee, Mr. Easley moved that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation of the President of the University, approve assessing a part-time student technology fee as follows: Effective Fall ’97: a. Assess a $10 student technology fee for part-time students a) undergraduate students taking 7 through 11 hours and b) graduate T students taking 5 through B hours. (Part-time students paying the T Ft. Campbell fee will be exempt from paying the on-campus student technology fee.)

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