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Image 6 of 2006 - Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

Part of Murray State University Board of Regents Meeting Minutes.

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6. l four days to pass. Scott Ellison has been r-eelected by the students to serve for a second tenn as President of the Student Government Association, as well as a second term on the Board of Regents. Report of the Treasurer, accepted Treasurer Tom Denton presented and reviewed the Financial and Investment Report for the period of July 1, 2005, through June 30, 2006. Following a brief discussion, Mr. Adams moved, seconded by Mr. Stout, that the Treasurer’s Report be accepted. Motion carried. (See Attachment #1) Report ofthe Registrar Ms. Burr moved, seconded by Mr. Adams, that the Board of Regents ratify the awarding of the degrees to individuals on August 4, 2006, as recommended by the Registrar. Motion carried. (See Attachment #2) Gifts, accepted A. Thoroughbred Gelding Mrs. Travis moved, seconded by Mrs. Ford, that the Board of Regents, upon the _ recommendation of the Interim President of the University, accept the donation of a 14 year old Thoroughbred Gelding, valued at $10,000 which was donated by Melanie M. Drury of Cincinnati, Ohio. Motion carried. The gift of the gelding will be used in the School of Agriculture Equine Program of Murray State University. B. Office Furniture Mrs. Winchester moved, seconded by Mrs. Ford, that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation of the Interim President ofthe University, accept the donation of office fumiture, valued at $11,157.17 which was donated bythe Great American Home Store in South Haven, Mississippi. Motion carried. The gift of the office fumiture will be used in the Football Office in the Athletic Department of Murray State University. Tenure Dr. Miller recommended Tenure at Murray State University for Dr. Randy Dunn, President-Elect. He pointed out that he has already been tenured at Southem Illinois University and he is very qualified and would not have any problems in getting tenure at Murray State. It is normal for the University to do this and he recommends that tenure be granted to Dr. Dunn as President at Murray State University. Mr. Stout moved, seconded by Ms. Hays, that Tenure be awarded to Dr. Randy J. Duma, President-Elect of Murray State University. Motion carried. Technology Acceptable Use Policy Revision

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