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UVI Board of Trustees Convene on June 9

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 9, in the North West Wing Great Hall on UVI’s Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix.
The meeting will begin with regular session agenda items. An election of the board’s chair and vice chair positions will follow. After the election, UVI President Dr. David Hall will present the President’s Report. He will be followed by Chairman’s Comments from Board Chairman Alexander A. Moorhead. The board will receive an update report from the Research and Technology Park Board. Then the board of trustees will consider agenda items that require action.
Items for action include the fiscal year 2013 operating budget, revised UVI financial policies and a new board assessment tool. Additional items for action include amendments to the “Rules Governing Appeals to the Board of Trustees,” the “Student Conduct Code,” and the memorandum of understanding with the University of St. Martin. The board will also be asked to ratify actions taken by the executive committee, including the selection of a solar power provider for a power purchase agreement, dissemination of board documents solely via tablet computers and approval of the Periodic Review Report for UVI’s accrediting body, the Middle Sates Commission on Higher Education.
UVI’s key performance indicators will also be reviewed. The board will go into executive session before being adjourned. The UVI Board of Trustees last met on March 10, on St. Thomas.

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