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Agenda and Item Summary
Executive Summaries
June 15-17, 2000


FINANCE COMMITTEE
June 15, 2000
4:00 — 6:25 p.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

  1. CONSENT AGENDA

    B.APPOINTMENT TO THE BOARD OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY -- Approves the appointment of a public member, Ms. Christine P. Gustafson, to the Board of the University of Virginia Investment Management Company (UVIMCO) for a four-year term, effective July 1, 2000.

    C.BLUE RIDGE HOSPITAL PROPERTY TRANSFER -- Delegates authority to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer to execute any documents and enter into agreements necessary to effect a transfer of the Blue Ridge Hospital property to the University of Virginia Real Estate Foundation.

    D.POLICY ON REFUND OF TUITION, FEES AND ROOM AND BOARD CHARGES -- Approves a revision to this policy to comply with the Higher Education Amendments of October 1998.

  1. ACTION ITEMS

A. 2000-2001 BUDGET -- Approves the proposed 2000-01

operating budget for all divisions of the University, which totals $1.26 billion, representing an increase of 4.7 percent compared with the revised budgets of the previous fiscal year. Of this amount, $752.0 million relates to the Academic Division, $487.5 million to the Medical Center (teaching hospital) and $18.6 million to The University of Virginia's College at Wise.

B. ENDOWMENT INCOME DISTRIBUTION -- Due to the extraordinary gains made by the endowment portfolio over the past year, it is recommended that shareholders receive increased distributions commensurate with these returns. This action approves an increase in the per-share income distribution for "Class A" shares by thirty percent over the amount distributed for Fiscal Year 1999-2000, for a per-share income distribution of $89.39 for fiscal year 2000-2001. "Class B" shares would increase by thirty percent over the amount distributed for fiscal year 1999-2000, for a per share income distribution of $122.76.

C.BOND ISSUANCE — POOLED BOND PROGRAM -- Approves bond issuance through the Virginia College Building Authority’s (VCBA) Pooled Bond Program, established by the General Assembly during the 1996 Session, for the Darden School project, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory Addition and The University of Virginia's College at Wise Student Center in a principal amount not to exceed $55.4 million for all three projects. Total cost for these projects is $64.9 million.

III. REPORTS BY THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF

OPERATING OFFICER

    1. ENDOWMENT REPORT -- Ms. Handy will report on the market value and performance of the endowment under control of the Rector and Visitors as of May 31, 2000.
    2. REPORT ON ACTIONS OF THE BOARD OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY -- Mr. Goodwin will report on the actions taken by the Board of the Investment Management Company at its May 31, 2000, meeting.
    3. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS -- The Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer will report to the Finance Committee on items which do not require action, but of which they should be made aware.

D.MISCELLANEOUS FINANCIAL REPORTS -- Among several standard financial reports, the Integrated Systems Project (ISP) Implementation Status Report highlights current activities and short-term plans for the ISP.

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
June 16, 2000
9:00 — 10:00 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

I.UNIVERSITY-RELATED FOUNDATIONS —- Mr. Sandridge will review information pertaining to University-Related Foundations.

  1. ACTION ITEMS
    • CREATION OF ARTS & SCIENCES FOUNDATION —- Approves the creation of a new University-Related Foundation for the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
  1. REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT

A.CREATION OF TASK FORCE TO STUDY ISSUES PERTAINING TO UNIVERSITY-RELATED FOUNDATIONS -- Approves the creation of a task force to study several issues pertaining to University-Related Foundations.

    1. PHILANTHROPIC CASH FLOW —- The Vice President

will assess cash flow progress, citing comparisons with previous fiscal years.

C. CAMPAIGN PROGRESS —- Campaign totals through
April 2000.

D. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —- Mr. Sweeney will

review a range of fund-raising initiatives and report on overall fund-raising and program progress.

1.UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA NATIONAL/REGIONAL TELEVISION EXPOSURE —- The Vice President will present a video of television highlights featuring the University of Virginia.

    1. ALUMNI AFFAIRS —- Overview of alumni

programming, including regional e-summit programs, and highlights of Reunions 2000.

3.PUBLIC AFFAIRS —- The Vice President will report on the Envision Virginia program and articulate the vision for the University’s future.

HEALTH AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
June 16, 2000
10:00 - 11:15 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

A. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MEDICAL CENTER FINANCIAL

UPDATE (as of April 30, 2000) -- Mr. Carter will report briefly

on the Medical Center’s finances with figures as of April 30, 2000.

B.PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT UPDATE -- Ms Burns,

Mr. Carter, and Dr. Massaro will report on the status of the process improvement efforts.

C.SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RANKING -- Dr. Carey will report on the current rankings in comparison to peer institutions and means of continual improvement for the School of Medicine and the Health System.

D. CODIFIED AUTONOMY ANALYSIS -- Mr. Lane Kneedler will report on the similarities and differences of "codified autonomy" versus "public authority".

E. Vice President’s Remarks —- Dr. Cantrell will report

on significant developments impacting the Health System that have occurred since the last meeting.

AUDIT COMMITTEE
June 16, 2000
11:15 — 11:30 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

OPEN SESSION

I.ACTION ITEM

audit schedule for Fiscal Year 2000-01 to be approved by the Board.

II. INFORMATION ITEM

steps being taken to address compliance issues for the University’s Academic Division.

AUDIT COMMITTEE
June 16, 2000
11:30 — 11:45 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

EXECUTIVE SESSION

SUMMARY OF AUDIT FINDINGS -- Recommends approval

of the following Audit reports: Internal Medicine, Medical Center Autonomy, and Virginia Sickness and Disability Program. Ms. Deily will also give an update on any pending Investigative

Audits.

EDUCATIONAL POLICY COMMITTEE
June 16, 2000
11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

  1. CONSENT AGENDA

Approves an exemption from the Virginia Conflict of Interests

Act to allow the University of Virginia to enter into a contract with ERICA Inc., a local company owned by University employees.

II.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST

    1. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —- Mr. Low will report

on items of interest to the Committee.

B. FACULTY SENATE -- The Chair of the Faculty Senate

will give a report on the Senate's accomplishments for the past academic year and its plans for the coming academic year.

C. REPORT FROM CHAIR OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

PLANNING COMMISSION -- The Chair of the Science and

Technology Planning Commission will present strategic options to the Board for future development of information technology at the University -- Presentation entitled Information Technology: A Strategy for the Future.

D. BLUE RIBBON COMMISSION REPORT -- Mr. Greer will report on recommendations in the final report by the Commission as they relate to the responsibilities of the Board of Visitors.

FULL BOARD
June 16, 2000
4:00 — 4:30 p.m., Dome Room, The Rotunda

I.ACTION ITEMS

A.PROFESSORSHIPS —- Approves the establishment of the

Centennial Distinguished Professorship in Nursing and the

Robert J. Roberts Professorship in Pediatrics.

B.NAMING OF THE NEW RESIDENCE HALL ON ALDERMAN ROAD —-

Approves the naming of the New Residence Hall on Alderman Road

in honor of Mr. T. Braxton Woody.

II. REPORT ON NAMING OF NEURORADIOLOGY SUITES IN MEMORY OF

DR. WAYNE S. CAIL

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
June 17, 2000
8:30 - 9:15 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

I.CONSENT AGENDA

A. ARCHITECT SELECTION, CAMPBELL HALL ADDITION —- Approves architect selection for an 11,000 gross square foot addition to the School of Architecture.

B. ARCHITECT SELECTION, HOSPITAL EXPANSION —- Approves architect selection for an addition to the hospital and Primary Care Center for the Heart Center, Radiology Department, surgical operating suites, and clinical laboratories.

C. ARCHITECT SELECTION, MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING #6 —- Approves architect selection for a new research building that will provide state-of-the-art wet labs for the School of Medicine.

D. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, CAMPBELL HALL ADDITION —- Approves architectural design guidelines for an addition to the School of Architecture.

E. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES, MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING #6 —- Approves architectural design guidelines for a new research building that will provide state-of-the-art wet labs for the School of Medicine.

F. DEMOLITION OF VYSSOTSKY COTTAGE GARAGE —- Approves demolition of a small wood frame structure located near the McCormick Road Astronomical Observatory. The structure has not been used for several years, and is deteriorating.

G. DEMOLITION OF THE FAULKNER CARRIAGE HOUSE GARAGE —- Approves demolition of a small wood frame structure that is located at the Miller Center behind Faulkner House. The demolition clears the site for the White Burkett Miller Center Addition and Renovation project.

II.ACTION ITEMS

A. PRELIMINARY DESIGN, MONROE LANE STUDENT RESIDENCE PROJECT —- Approves the preliminary design for a project that replaces the Gildersleeve Apartment building with a larger, more flexible student residence facility.

B. VDOT AGREEMENT, EMMET STREET BRIDGE —- Approves resolution requesting the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to establish an urban system highway project for the Groundswalk bridge over Emmet Street. This is in accordance with VDOT construction allocation procedures.

III.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

A. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —-The Vice President for Management and Budget will give an update on the Groundswalk project. The President will discuss with the Committee design issues that will need to be addressed for the proposed buildings in the Arts Precinct.

B.MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS —- These are reports which are provided to the Buildings and Grounds Committee at each meeting.

STUDENT AFFAIRS AND ATHLETICS COMMITTEE
June 17, 2000
9:15 - 10:15 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

I.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS

    1. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —- The Vice President for Student Affairs will inform the Board of Visitors of recent events which do not require formal action, but of which they should be made aware.
    2. HONOR COMMITTEE -- The Chair of the Honor Committee will provide a status report of Committee activities and he will discuss the charge of the current Commission.
    3. ALCOHOL TASK FORCE -- The Vice President for Student Affairs will report on progress made toward meeting recommendations of the alcohol task force.
    4. FRATERNITY WORKING GROUP -- The Dean of Students will describe the range of alternatives under consideration for strengthening the fraternity system.

II.REPORTS BY THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

A.SPRING INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS —- The Athletic Director will provide information on spring intercollegiate sports.

B.ANNUAL REPORT —- The Athletic Director will highlight outstanding contributions by student athletes.

COMMITTEE ON THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE
Saturday, June 17, 2000
10:15 - 10:45 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda

  1. ACTION ITEMS
    1. REVISIONS TO THE BYLAWS -- Approves revisions to the bylaws of The University of Virginia's College at Wise Board.
    2. APPOINTMENTS TO THE COLLEGE BOARD -- Approves appointments to the College Board in accordance with the terms of its bylaws.
  1. REPORTS BY THE CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

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