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University, presented reports providing an overview of the deferred maintenance priorities on their respective campuses. Additionally, two other issues were reviewed and a decision made that reports would be prepared and presented to the Board during its June 5, 2009 meeting involving (1) clarification of the relationship of the WVU divisions and the main campus, and (2) marketing of the WVU divisional campuses as part of West Virginia University.

INFORMATION ITEMS

There were no questions or concerns expressed by any Board members pertaining to the Information Items contained within the agenda.

CONSENT AGENDA

Chairman Long called for any discussion of the Consent Agenda items. Ted Mattern noted that Item 11(a) - Emergency Call-In Policy - will have an effective date of May 1, 2009. Drew Payne moved for approval of all Consent Agenda items, as presented. The motion was seconded by James Dailey, and passed.

Thereupon, the following Consent Agenda items were approved:

1. Emergency Call-In Policy Resolved: That the West Virginia University Board of Governors approves the Emergency Call-In policy, as presented and modified.

  • 2.

    Graduate Program Review Recommendations Resolved: That the West Virginia University Board of Governors approve the West Virginia University Graduate Council 2007-2008 Program Review Recommendations, as presented.

  • 3.

    Medical Technology Program Modification: Request for a name change for the degree program and major, “B.S. in Medical Technology” to “B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science” by the Department of Pathology, WVU School of Medicine Resolved: That the West Virginia University Board of Governors approves a name change for the degree program and major, “B.S. in Medical Technology” to “B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science” as requested by the Department of Pathology, WVU School of Medicine.

4. Research Trust Fund Resolved: That the West Virginia University Board of Governors approves the total of $740,575.00 of gifts that fall under the focus areas of the strategic plan that the BOG approved in June, 2008, for a matching request pursuant to the provisions of said Research Trust Fund strategic plan.

April 3, 2009

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