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UVI Board of Trustees Will Meet on October 31

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31, in the Great Hall of the North West Wing on the St. Croix campus. The meeting will convene with regular session agenda items. UVI President Dr. David Hall will give his first President’s Report to the Board. Following that, Board Chairman Alexander A. Moorhead will present the Chairman’s Comments. The board will then consider agenda items that require action.

Items requiring the its action include: ratification of the UVI Senate bylaws; the dissolution of the board’s Ad Hoc Hotel Committee, with the provision to reconvene the project when economic conditions improve; ratification of Saturday, March 6, 2010, as the date for the inauguration of President Hall; approval of a proposed change to the university’s VISION 2012 Strategic Plan to clarify the goal of achieving national recognition for university events; approval of the VISION 2012 Close-out Report for 2007-2008; and approval of a recommendation to post on the UVI Web site all policies approved and actions taken by the Board of Trustees.
The board will also review a presentation of UVI’s key performance indicators. In other business, it will receive a review of the UVI Research and Technology Park’s establishment and development to date by RTPark Executive Director David Zumwalt. Finally, President Hall will make a presentation on strategies for the University’s Institutional Advancement Component.
The board will go into executive session before being adjourned.
The UVI Board of Trustees last met on Saturday, June 13, on the St. Thomas campus.
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