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RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF VISITORS

April 14-15, 2000

Resolution Commending Mr. Dennis Womack, Coach of the Baseball Team

Establishment of the Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professorship in Law

Renaming of the Distinguished Professorship in Neurosurgery as the John A. Jane Professorship in Neurosurgery

Naming of the Medical Center Child Care Center as the Malcolm W. Cole Child Care Center

Approval of Increase in Faculty and Staff Housing Rates for 2000-2001 for the Academic Division and The University of Virginia's College at Wise

Delegation of Authority to Amend Faculty and Medical Center Retirement Plans

Approval of the Entry by the University of Virginia Patent Foundation into a New Business Venture, Through its Ownership of a For-Profit Corporation, Spinner Technologies, Inc.

Approval of Allocation of Required Fees for 2000-2001 for the Academic Division

Approval of Increase in Tuition and Required Fees and Other Charges for the Academic Division

Approval of Special Session Fee Rate Approval of Increase in Tuition and Required Fees and Other Charges for The University of Virginia's College at Wise

Approval of Contract Rates for Dining Services for 2000-2001 for the Academic Division and The University of Virginia's College at Wise

Approval of Salary Increases and Reserve Requirements for Medical Center Employees

Approval of the Schematic Design for the Monroe Lane Student Residence Project

2001 Board Meeting Dates

Memorial Resolution for Mrs. Eleanor Shannon

Resolution of Commendation for Mr. Robert G. Schoenvogel

Approval of Summary of Audit Findings

Faculty Personnel Actions

Elections

Actions Relating to Chairholders

Resignations

Retirements

Appointments

Re-appointment

Election of Professors Emeriti

Election of Associate Professors Emeriti

Death

Change the Retirement of Mr. Alan P. Batson

Change in Re-appointment of Ms. Nancy A. Rivers

Change in Retirement of Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr.

Change in Election of Professor Emeritus of Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr.

The University of Virginia's College at Wise

Retirements

Election of Professors Emeriti

Election of Associate Professor Emeritus

On motion, the Minutes of the meetings of February 25th and 26th were approved.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:00 a.m., for Committee meetings.

The Board of Visitors, with all Members present who were present at the morning session, resumed in Open Session in the East Oval Room of the Rotunda at 1:20 p.m.

Mr. Ross offered a resolution commending Mr. Dennis Womack, Coach of the Baseball Team. On motion, the following resolution was approved:

WHEREAS, Dennis Womack became the head baseball coach at the University of Virginia in 1981 and earned his first win on March 12, of that year; and

WHEREAS, Coach Womack has led the University of Virginia's baseball team continuously since that time; and

WHEREAS, Coach Womack has brought great distinction to the University's baseball program over the years, including winning in 1996 the University's only ACC Baseball Tournament Championship; having thirty-eight of his players drafted by professional baseball clubs and most recently defeating Number One ranked Florida State University on April 2, 2000;

WHEREAS, on March 15, 2000, Coach Womack won against Princeton University, his 500th winning game;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia, on behalf of the entire University community, congratulates Coach Womack on this truly historic achievement of winning his 500th game, commends him for the excellence he has brought to coaching baseball at the University for so many years and the outstanding teams he fields year-in and year-out, wishes him good luck for the remainder of the 2000 season and looks forward to celebrating victories with Coach Womack for many seasons to come.

The following motions were then offered and approved, which enabled the Board to go into Executive Session:

That the Health Affairs Committee of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia go into Executive Session to discuss proprietary, business-related information pertaining to, and consideration of matters relating to, a provider servers contract for clinical services to be performed by the University of Virginia Medical Center, where disclosure thereof would adversely affect the competitive position of the Medical Center, consultation with legal counsel concerning federal regulations governing clinic billing practices, and discussion of appointment and assignment of specific administrative employees of the Medical Center, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A) (1), (7), (8), and (23) of the Code of Virginia.

That the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia go into Executive Session to consult with General Counsel on the present disposition of pending litigation and further litigation strategy, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A) (7) of the Code of Virginia.

That the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia go into Executive Session to review the performance and present and future assignments of senior University administrators, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A)(1) of the Code of Virginia.

That the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia go into Executive Session to discuss with Counsel and consider the status and terms of a proposed gift of property to the University, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A) (7) and (8) of the Code of Virginia.

That the Educational Policy Committee of the Board of Visitors go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing personnel matters pertaining to the appointment, assignment, reappointment, promotion, performance, compensation, discipline, separation and resignation of specific faculty members of the University of Virginia, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A) (1) of the Code of Virginia.

That the Audit Committee of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing the University Auditor's performance evaluations of University departments and programs, which will necessarily involve discussion of the performance of specific employees, as provided for in Section 2.1-344 (A) (1) of the Code of Virginia.

The Board went into Executive Session at 1:30 p.m., resumed in Open Session at 4:00 p.m., and recessed to the Dome Room of the Rotunda to continue its meeting.

Resuming in the Dome Room at 4:15 p.m., the Board adopted three resolutions:

ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ROBERT E. SCOTT DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIP IN LAW

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, Robert E. Scott joined the faculty of the School of Law in 1974; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Scott has been Dean of the School of Law since 1991; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Scott, currently the Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Professor of Law and the Arnold H. Leon Professor of Law, has a distinguished national reputation as a scholar and teacher, having been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in recognition of these achievements; and

WHEREAS, an extraordinary number of Dean Scott's friends and associates, and alumni of the School of Law, have contributed generously to create a professorship in his honor;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors establishes the Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professorship in Law, in the School of Law, and joins the many donors to the professorship in applauding the achievements of Dean Scott.

RENAMING OF THE DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIP IN NEUROSURGERY AS THE JOHN A. JANE PROFESSORSHIP IN NEUROSURGERY

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, the Board of Visitors in 1985 established the Distinguished Professorship in Neurosurgery; and

WHEREAS, Dr. John A. Jane has been a member of the faculty of the School of Medicine since 1969 and Chair or Co-Chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery from that date forward; and

WHEREAS, Dr. Jane is a most distinguished and gifted surgeon and teacher with an international reputation; and

WHEREAS, since the creation of the Distinguished Professorship in Neurosurgery, colleagues, friends and former students of Dr. Jane have made gifts to the School of Medicine in anticipation of the Distinguished Professorship being renamed in honor of Dr. Jane;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors renames the Distinguished Professorship in Neurosurgery the John A. Jane Professorship in Neurosurgery in honor of the contributions Dr. Jane has made to research, teaching and the practice of neurosurgery, and commends him for these contributions.

NAMING OF THE MEDICAL CENTER CHILD CARE CENTER AS THE MALCOLM W. COLE CHILD CARE CENTER

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, Mr. Malcolm W. Cole, an alumnus of the University, became Director in 1990 of the child care center established a few years earlier at the Blue Ridge Hospital; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Cole soon realized that the Child Care Center would have to be relocated when the Blue Ridge Hospital closed; and

WHEREAS, largely because of Mr. Cole's vision and perseverance, plans were made to build a new Center on Estes Street, close to the Medical Center; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Cole died on January 19, 1999; and

WHEREAS, the new Center is to open in April, 2000;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors names the Child Care Center the Malcolm W. Cole Child Care Center in honor of Mr. Cole's work on behalf of the Center and of his vision of what it should be.

On motion, the meeting was adjourned at 4:30 p.m.

On Saturday, April 14, after Committee meetings which began at 8:35 a.m., the full Board resumed in Open Session at 11:30 a.m; all Members were present save Ms. Twohy and Mr. Walker.

APPROVAL OF INCREASE IN FACULTY AND STAFF HOUSING RATES FOR 2000-2001 FOR THE ACADEMIC DIVISION AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the faculty and staff housing rates be approved as indicated, effective July 1, 2000. The Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer is authorized to increase the rates to market level when a property is vacated.

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DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO AMEND FACULTY AND MEDICAL CENTER RETIREMENT PLANS

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, the Board of Visitors possesses the authority to amend the Defined Contribution Retirement Plans for the General Faculty of the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia Medical Center (the "Plans") under the terms of the Plans; and

WHEREAS, the Board currently reviews and either approves or rejects both policy and technical changes to the Plans pursuant to that authority; and

WHEREAS, the Plans must be amended periodically to comply with changes in the state and federal statutes that authorize them and govern their terms; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Visitors has approved unanimously several such changes as consent agenda items;

RESOLVED that the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer be authorized to amend and supplement the Plans as necessary to comply with changes in applicable state and federal laws not involving policy discretion; and

RESOLVED FURTHER that changes to the Plans made by the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer shall be reported to the Finance Committee on an annual basis.

APPROVAL OF THE ENTRY BY THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA PATENT FOUNDATION INTO A NEW BUSINESS VENTURE, THROUGH ITS OWNERSHIP OF A FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, SPINNER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, the University Policy on University-Related Foundations requires that University-Related Foundations submit for Board of Visitors' approval any new business venture; and

WHEREAS, the Vice President for Research and Public Service recommends that the Board of Visitors approve the entry by the University of Virginia Patent Foundation into a new business venture, by forming a for-profit corporation, Spinner Technologies, Inc., to invest in and further develop start-up companies and commercialize University inventions; and

WHEREAS, the University shall have no financial obligation to support Spinner Technologies, Inc.;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors approves the University of Virginia Patent Foundation undertaking Spinner Technologies, Inc.; and

RESOLVED FURTHER that the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer is authorized, following consultation with the General Counsel, to execute such agreements as may be in the University's best interests, for provision of University facilities and services to Spinner Technologies, Inc., with appropriate compensation to the University.

APPROVAL OF ALLOCATION OF REQUIRED FEES FOR 2000-2001 FOR THE ACADEMIC DIVISION

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the fee component of the tuition and required fees be established, effective July 1, 2000, in the amount of $1,075; and

RESOLVED FURTHER that the fee component be allocated for the 2000-01 session as follows:



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APPROVAL OF INCREASE IN TUITION AND REQUIRED FEES AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE ACADEMIC DIVISION

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the tuition and required fees and other charges applicable to the Academic Division be approved as shown below, effective July 1, 2000; and

RESOLVED FURTHER that the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer is authorized to adjust the application fee in accordance with the Appropriations Act and Board of Visitors' policy.

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APPROVAL OF SPECIAL SESSION FEE RATE

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the special session fees for the Academic Division be increased as follows, effective beginning with the Fall Session of 2000:

Fees Allocation

APPROVAL OF INCREASE IN TUITION AND REQUIRED FEES AND OTHER CHARGES FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the tuition and required fees and other charges applicable to The University of Virginia's College at Wise be approved as shown below, effective July 1, 2000: Tuition and Required Fees for Wise

APPROVAL OF CONTRACT RATES FOR DINING SERVICES FOR 2000-2001 FOR THE ACADEMIC DIVISION AND THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the student contract rates for dining services be approved as shown below, effective beginning with the 2000-2001 session:

Dining Rates



APPROVAL OF SALARY INCREASES AND RESERVE REQUIREMENTS FOR MEDICAL CENTER EMPLOYEES

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, the codified autonomy legislation expanded the Board of Visitors authority to establish compensation plans; and

WHEREAS, compensation surveys and trends data of salaries paid by area, state and regional health care and other employers have been conducted and analyzed; and

WHEREAS, the results of this information support an average salary increase of 4.0 percent, for Medical Center employees, effective fiscal year 2001, with up to an additional 2.0 percent of total fiscal year 2000 salaries to be used to adjust salaries of critical personnel to market rates, if required.

RESOLVED that the performance-based salary adjustments for Medical Center employees of 4.0 percent, and additional adjustments for critical personnel not to exceed 2.0 percent of total fiscal year 2000 salaries, are approved; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, adjustment of salary ranges by 4.0 percent at the minimum to accommodate salary increases is approved.

APPROVAL OF THE SCHEMATIC DESIGN FOR THE MONROE LANE STUDENT RESIDENCE PROJECT

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the schematic design, dated April 14, 2000, and prepared by Mitchell/Matthews Architects of Charlottesville, for the Monroe Lane Student Residence project, is approved; and

RESOLVED FURTHER that the project will be presented for further review at the preliminary design level of development.

GIFTS, GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

The President gave a summary report of recent gifts and grants made to the University. On motion, the report was accepted by the Board.

2001 BOARD MEETING DATES

The schedule of Board meetings for 2001 was proposed dates. Mr. Wheat suggested that the October meeting be held if possible in conjunction with a home football game. The Board concurred, accepted the proposed dates on motion, but asked that the date of the October meeting be reconsidered with the possibility of extending the meeting into a home football game.

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors sets its meeting dates for 2001 as follows: Friday and Saturday

January 19-20, 2001 RETREAT

Friday and Saturday

July 13-14, 2001 Friday and Saturday

April 6-7, 2001 Friday and Saturday

October 5-6, 2001 Friday and Saturday

June 8-9, 2001

with the understanding that the date of the October meeting may be changed to coincide with the date of a home football game.

MEMORIAL RESOLUTION FOR MRS. ELEANOR SHANNON

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, Eleanor Bosworth Shannon was born in Memphis in 1925 and took a B.A. at Sweet Briar College in 1947 and an M.A. at Cornell University in 1949; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Shannon, then Miss Bosworth, was Assistant Professor of History and later Acting Dean of Women at Southwestern College in Memphis; and

WHEREAS, Eleanor Bosworth married Edgar Finley Shannon, Jr., a native of Lexington and a member of the faculty of Harvard University, in 1956; and

WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Shannon moved to Charlottesville in 1956 when Mr. Shannon joined the English Department of the University; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Shannon was elected President of the University in 1959; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Shannon was in every way the "first lady" of the University from 1959 to 1974, serving the institution in countless ways and advancing its cause; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Shannon's service to the University was recognized in 1972 when she received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Shannon's lifelong interest in learning was represented by her service on the boards of trustees of Sweet Briar College and Rhodes College, by her participation as a founder of The Learning Center in Charlottesville and by the foundation which she and Mr. Shannon and others created, The Edgar and Eleanor Shannon Foundation for Excellence in the Charlottesville-Albemarle Schools; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Shannon died in Charlottesville on March 3, 2000;

RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors celebrates the life and achievements of Eleanor Bosworth Shannon, particularly her service to the University of Virginia, notes with profound sorrow her death and expresses its deepest sympathy to her family.

RESOLUTION OF COMMENDATION FOR MR. ROBERT_G. SCHOENVOGEL

The following resolution was adopted:

WHEREAS, Robert Guyton Schoenvogel of Dallas matriculated in the College in 1996; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Schoenvogel was elected the Student Member of the Board of Visitors on January 30, 1999, and took office on March 27, 1999; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Schoenvogel's term expires April 15, 2000; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Schoenvogel has served the Board and the University with great distinction and has won numerous honors which reflect this service, the esteem in which he is held by his fellow students, his scholarship and his love of and devotion to the University; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Schoenvogel will take his B.A. from the University on May 21, 2000;

RESOLVED that the Board expresses its affection and appreciation to Robert Guyton Schoenvogel, and wishes him every success as he embarks on a career in investment banking in New York.

APPROVAL OF SUMMARY OF AUDIT FINDINGS

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the Summary of Audit Findings for the period January 1, 2000 through February 29, 2000 as presented by the Director of Audit, is approved as recommended by the Audit Committee.

FACULTY PERSONNEL ACTIONS

ELECTIONS

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the following persons are elected to the faculty:

Mr. David C. Brogan as Assistant Professor of Computer Science, for three academic years, effective January 10, 2000.

Dr. Mary G. Bryant as Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, for three years, effective December 1, 1999.

Ms. Elizabeth Fowler as Associate Professor of English for the period January 10, 2000 through May 24, 2004.

Mr. Patrick A. Grant as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, for three years, effective February 1, 2000.

Mr. Mushirul Hasan as Visiting Professor of History, for one semester, effective January 10, 2000.

Mr. John A. Hossack as Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, for the period December 25, 1999 through May 24, 2002.

Mr. David R. Hoth as Assistant Professor, General Faculty, for one year, effective January 31, 2000.

Dr. Susanna R. Keller as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, for three years, effective January 1, 2000.

Dr. John G. Leiner as Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, for three years, effective January 4, 2000.

Mr. Victor Luftig as Associate Professor, General Faculty, for the period January 10, 2000 through May 24, 2004.

Mr. Charles R. Marsh as Associate Professor of Religious Studies, effective January 10, 2000.

Mr. Larry D. Mesner as Assistant Professor of Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, for one year, effective October 25, 1999.

Mr. Paul J. Nahin as Visiting Professor of Electrical Engineering, for one semester, effective January 10, 2000.

Mr. Dongfeng Pan as Assistant Professor of Research in Radiology, for two years, effective November 29, 1999.

Ms. Renata Polanowska-Grabow as Assistant Professor of Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, for one year, effective October 25, 1999.

Mr. Randolph D. Pope as Visiting Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, for one semester, effective January 10, 2000.

Mr. James N. Roemmich as Assistant Professor of Research in Pediatrics, for one year, effective December 1, 1999.

Mr. Manfred A. Tietz as Visiting Professor of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, for one semester, effective January 10, 2000.

Dr. Zhiqin Wang as Assistant Professor of Research in Internal Medicine, for one year, effective December 25, 1999.

Dr. James L. White as Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, for three years, effective January 25, 2000.

ACTIONS RELATING TO CHAIRHOLDERS

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the actions relating to the chairholders are approved as shown below:

(a) Election of Chairholders

Mr. Robert M. Conroy as Paul Tudor Jones, II, Research Professor in the McIntire School of Commerce and the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, for two academic years, effective August 25, 1999. Mr. Conroy will continue as Professor of Business Administration, without term.

Dr. William N. Herbert as W. Norman Thornton, Jr., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, effective January 1, 2000.

Dr. Edward R. Laws, Jr. as W. Gayle Crutchfield Professor of Neurological Surgery, effective December 25, 1999. Dr. Laws will continue as Professor of Neurological Surgery, without term.

Mr. Chris J. Muscarella as Dale S. Coenen Professor of Free Enterprise, for one semester, effective January 10, 2000.

(b) Change of Title of Chairholder

Mr. Robert I. Webb from Paul Tudor Jones, II, Research Professor in the McIntire School of Commerce and the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration to Martin J. Patsel, Jr., Research Professor of Commerce, effective August 25, 1999.

(c) Retirement of Chairholders

The following retirements were announced:

Mr. Douglas T. Day, Clifton Waller Barrett Professor of English, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Day has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1962.

Mr. George P. Garrett, Henry Hoyns Professor of Creative Writing, effective January 9, 2000. Mr. Garrett has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1984.

Mr. K. Edward Lay, Cary D. Langhorne Professor of Architecture, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Lay has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1967.

Mr. Robert E. McLaughlin, S. Ward Casscells Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, effective June 30, 2000. Mr. McLaughlin has been a member of the faculty since July 1, 1969.

Mr. Marvin Rosenblum, Commonwealth Professor of Mathematics, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Rosenblum has been a member of the faculty since September 15, 1955.

Mr. Roger P. Sherman, Brown-Forman Professor of Economics, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Sherman has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1965. SPECIAL SALARY ACTIONS - DELETED



RESIGNATIONS

The following resignations were announced:

Ms. Jane E. Ihrig, Assistant Professor of Economics, effective January 9, 2000, for personal reasons.

Mr. Courtland C. Lee, Professor of Education, effective January 25, 2000, to accept another position.

Dr. Ya-Huan Lou, Assistant Professor of Research in Pathology, effective February 1, 2000, to accept another position.

Dr. Ronald A. Peck, Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, effective February 18, 2000, to accept another position.

Ms. Marjorie A. Rein, Assistant Professor of Medical Education, General Medical Faculty, effective January 28, 2000, for personal reasons.

RETIREMENTS

The following retirements were announced:

Ms. Ann R. Antrobus, Assistant Professor, General Faculty, effective June 30, 2000. Ms. Antrobus has been a member of the faculty since June 1, 1975.

Mr. Francis A. Carey, Professor of Chemistry, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Carey has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1966.

Dr. William C. Constable, Professor of Radiation Oncology, effective June 30, 2000. Dr. Constable has been a member of the faculty since August 15, 1968.

Dr. Richard S. Crampton, Professor of Internal Medicine, effective March 31, 2000. Dr. Crampton has been a member of the faculty since June 16, 1969.

Dr. Paul M. Dee, Professor of Radiology, effective June 30, 2000. Dr. Dee has been a member of the faculty since August 1, 1974.

Mr. Mario di Valmarana, Professor of Architecture, effective January 24, 2000. Mr. di Valmarana has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1972.

Ms. Jeanne C. Fox, Professor of Nursing, effective March 1, 2000. Ms. Fox has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1981.

Ms. Joan C. Franks, Associate Professor of Education, effective May 24, 2000. Ms. Franks has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1973.

Mr. John M. Gwin, Associate Professor of Commerce, effective January 4, 2000. Mr. Gwin has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1981.

Dr. Lennart Heimer, Professor of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, effective February 29, 2000. Dr. Heimer has been a member of the faculty since November 1, 1980.

Mr. Robert A. Johnson, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Johnson has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1969.

Ms. Julie A. Kaplan, Assistant Professor, General Faculty, effective December 31, 1999. Ms. Kaplan has been a member of the faculty since July 9, 1975.

Mr. Stewart C. Malone, Associate Professor of Commerce, effective January 9, 2000. Mr. Malone has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1986.

Dr. David E. Normansell, Professor of Pathology, effective June 30, 2000. Dr. Normansell has been a member of the faculty since July 1, 1968.

Mr. James W. Ramsey, Jr., Assistant Professor, General Faculty, effective October 24, 1999. Mr. Ramsey has been a member of the faculty since July 15, 1970.

Mr. Rogers C. Ritter, Professor of Physics, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Ritter has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1961.

Dr. Charles D. Teates, Professor of Radiology, effective January 4, 2000. Dr. Teates has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1969.

Dr. George W. Ward, Jr., Associate Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine, effective November 24, 1999. Dr. Ward has been a member of the faculty since September 16, 1986.

Mr. Henry W. Wingate, Associate Professor, General Faculty, effective November 24, 1999. Mr. Wingate has been a member of the faculty since July 1, 1975.

Ms. Holly M. Wright, Professor of Art, effective May 24, 2000. Ms. Wright has been a member of the faculty since January 16, 1984.

APPOINTMENTS

The following appointments were announced:

Ms. Sally N. Barber as Senior Assistant to the Vice President and Provost for the Health System, for two years, effective January 1, 2000.

Ms. Lori A. Willy as Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs, for three years, effective January 17, 2000.

RE-APPOINTMENT

The following re-appointment was announced:

Mr. Alex M. Johnson, Jr. as Vice Provost for Faculty Recruitment and Retention, for one year, effective June 25, 2000.

ELECTION OF PROFESSORS EMERITI

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the following persons are elected Professor Emeritus:

Mr. Francis A. Carey, Professor of Chemistry, effective May 24, 2000.

Dr. William C. Constable, Professor of Radiation Oncology, effective June 30, 2000.

Mr. Richard S. Crampton, Professor of Internal Medicine, effective March 31, 2000.

Mr. Douglas T. Day, Clifton Waller Barrett Professor of English, effective May 24, 2000.

Dr. Paul M. Dee, Professor of Radiology, effective June 30, 2000.

Mr. Mario di Valmarana, Professor of Architecture, effective January 24, 2000.

Ms. Jeanne C. Fox, Professor of Nursing, effective March 1, 2000.

Mr. George P. Garrett, Henry Hoyns Professor of Creative Writing, effective January 9, 2000.

Dr. Lennart Heimer, Professor of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, effective February 29, 2000.

Mr. Robert A. Johnson, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, effective May 24, 2000.

Mr. K. Edward Lay, Cary D. Langhorne Professor of Architecture, effective May 24, 2000.

Mr. Robert E. McLaughlin, S. Ward Casscells Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, effective June 30, 2000.

Dr. David E. Normansell, Professor of Pathology, effective June 30, 2000.

Mr. Rogers C. Ritter, Professor of Physics, effective May 24, 2000.

Mr. Marvin Rosenblum, Commonwealth Professor of Mathematics, effective May 24, 2000.

Mr. Roger P. Sherman, Brown-Forman Professor of Economics, effective May 24, 2000.

Dr. Charles D. Teates, Professor of Radiology, effective January 4, 2000.

Ms. Holly M. Wright, Professor of Art, effective May 24, 2000.

ELECTION OF ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS EMERITI

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the following persons are elected Associate Professor Emeritus:

Ms. Joan C. Franks, Associate Professor of Education, effective May 24, 2000.

Mr. John M. Gwin, Associate Professor of Commerce, effective January 4, 2000.

Mr. Stewart C. Malone, Associate Professor of Commerce, effective January 9, 2000.

Dr. George W. Ward, Jr., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, effective November 24, 1999.

DEATH

The following death was announced:

Ms. J. Adelheid Synnatzschke-Cochran, Assistant Professor, General Faculty, died February 8, 2000. Ms. Cochran had been a member of the faculty since 1973.

CHANGE THE RETIREMENT OF MR. ALAN P. BATSON

The President announced a change in the retirement of Mr. Alan P. Batson, Professor of Computer Science, effective January 9, 2000, as shown in the Minutes of the meeting of October 16, 1999, to read as follows:

Mr. Alan P. Batson, Professor of Computer Science, effective December 24, 1999. Mr. Batson has been a member of the faculty since September 15, 1958.

CHANGE IN REAPPOINTMENT OF MS. NANCY A. RIVERS

The President announced a change in the reappointment of Ms. Nancy A. Rivers as Assistant to the Vice President for Management and Budget, for three years, effective August 26, 1999, as shown in the Minutes of the meeting of February 26, 2000, to read as follows:

Ms. Nancy A. Rivers as Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Management and Budget and Director of State Governmental Relations, for three years, effective August 26, 1999.

CHANGE IN RETIREMENT OF DR. B. LEWIS BARNETT, JR.

The President announced a change in the retirement of Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr., Walter M. Seward Professor of Family Medicine, effective February 1, 2000, as shown in the Minutes of the meeting of February 26, 2000, to read as follows:

Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr., Walter M. Seward Professor of Family Medicine, effective January 31, 2000. Dr. Barnett has been a member of the faculty since 1977.

CHANGE IN ELECTION OF PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF DR. B. LEWIS BARNETT, JR.

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the election of Professor Emeritus of Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr., Walter M. Seward Professor of Family Medicine, effective February 1, 2000, as shown in the Minutes of the meeting of February 26, 2000, be changed to read as follows:

Dr. B. Lewis Barnett, Jr., Walter M. Seward Professor of Family Medicine, effective January 31, 2000. THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

RETIREMENTS

The following retirements were announced:

Mr. John G. Blackburn, Professor of History, The University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective June 24, 2000. Mr. Blackburn has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1969.

Mr. William F. Maxwell, Associate Professor of History, The University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective December 31, 1999. Mr. Maxwell has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1966.

Mr. Philip C. Shelton, Professor of Biology, The University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective May 24, 2000. Mr. Shelton has been a member of the faculty since September 1, 1970.

ELECTION OF PROFESSORS EMERITI

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the following persons are elected Professor Emeritus:

Mr. John G. Blackburn, Professor of History, The University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective June 24, 2000.

Mr. Philip C. Shelton, Professor of Biology, the University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective May 24, 2000.

ELECTION OF ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITUS

The following resolution was adopted:

RESOLVED that the following person is elected Associate Professor Emeritus:

Mr. William F. Maxwell, Associate Professor of History, The University of Virginia's College at Wise, effective December 31, 1999

The following resolutions were adopted by Committees of the Board since the last meeting of the full Board on February 25 and 26, 2000. None of these resolutions required action by the full Board and they are listed here simply as a matter of record.

The Board of the University of Virginia Investment Management Company (UVIMCO) on March 22, 2000, adopted the following resolutions:

RESOLVED that an additional investment of $25 million in Sloane Robinson of London is approved, subject to the approval of the international subcommittee of the Board.

RESOLVED that an investment of $15 million with Battery Ventures V is approved.

RESOLVED that an investment of $25 million with Spectrum Equity Investors IV is approved.

RESOLVED that an investment of $25 million with Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe is approved.

RESOLVED that investments of $25 million each with a large cap and a small cap growth manager are approved, subject to the approval of the domestic equity subcommittee of the Board.

RESOLVED that Deutsche Bank, AG is approved as the agent for the securities lending program.

The Buildings and Grounds Committee on April 15, 2000, adopted the following resolution:

RESOLVED that the Buildings and Grounds Committee approves the proposed design of the handicapped access ramp on the southwest front of the Rotunda, provided that it is paved with brick - so long as the brick complies with applicable ADA requirements - and that both sets of steps leading from the Lawn to the lower level of the Rotunda be repositioned in symmetry with each other.

On motion, the meeting adjourned at 11:45 a.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Alexander G. Gilliam, Jr.

Secretary

AGG:jb

At a meeting of the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia held on April 14, 2000, a roll call vote was taken immediately following an executive session. Members voting "yes" certify that to the best of the Member's knowledge (1) only public business matters lawfully exempted were discussed in closed session; and (2) only public business matters identified in the public motion by which the executive or closed meeting were discussed. In accordance with the law, any member of the public body who believes that there was a departure from the foregoing shall so state prior to the vote indicating "the substance of the departure". Any such statements are recorded below under "comments".

NAME VOTE(yes or no) COMMENTS
John P. Ackerly, III yes
Thomas J. Bliley, Jr. yes
Charles M. Caravati, Jr. yes
William H. Goodwin, Jr. yes
T. Keister Greer yes COMMENTS
Elsie Goodwyn Holland yes
Gordon F. Rainey, Jr. yes
Timothy B. Robertson yes
Terence P. Ross yes
Elizabeth A. Twohy yes
Walter F. Walker absent
Benjamin P.A. Warthen yes
James C. Wheat, III yes
Joseph E. Wolfe yes
Robert G. Schoenvogel yes

ADDENDUM TO THE OFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

Meeting Date: April 14, 2000

CERTIFICATION OF EXECUTIVE MEETING

WHEREAS the Board of Visitors has convened an executive meeting on this date pursuant to an affirmative recorded vote and in accordance with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; and

WHEREAS Section 2.1-344.1 of the Code of Virginia requires a certification by this Board of Visitors that such executive meeting was conducted in conformity with Virginia law;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Visitors hereby certifies that, to the best of each member's knowledge, (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements by Virginia law were discussed in the executive meeting to which this certification resolution applies, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the executive meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Board of Visitors.

VOTE

AYES: 16

NAYS: 0

[For each nay vote, the substance of the departure from the requirements of the Act should be described].

ABSENT DURING VOTE: 1

ABSENT DURING MEETING: 1

Alexander G. Gilliam, Jr.

Secretary, Board of Visitors,

University of Virginia

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