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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

HEALTH AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

January 18, 2001

4:00 — 6:15 p.m., Board Room, The Rotunda


REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST FOR THE HEALTH SYSTEM


A. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MEDICAL CENTER FINANCIAL

UPDATE (as of November 30, 2000) -- Mr. Fitzgerald will report briefly on the Medical Center’s finances with figures as of November 30, 2000.

B. BED STATUS -- Mr. Sandridge will report on the Hospital bed closure situation and steps being taken to place beds back on line.

C. CLINICAL ISSUES - TELEMEDICINE -- Dr. Rheuban will report on the Health System's Office of Telemedicine and its impact on health care, education and training.

D. SCHOOL OF NURSING RESPONDING TO THE NURSING SHORTAGE -- Dean Lancaster will report on the School of Nursing's response to the nursing shortage.

E. Vice President’s Remarks —- Dr. Cantrell will report on significant developments impacting the Health System that have occurred since the last meeting.

 

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EDUCATIONAL POLICY COMMITTEE

January 18, 2001

6:15 — 6:25 p.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

CONSENT AGENDA

A. DEPARTMENT NAME CHANGES, SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE -- Announcement of the internal approval of two departmental name changes in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. The Department of Electrical Engineering will be changed to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Department of Systems Engineering will be changed to the Department of Systems and Information Engineering. Both changes are being made in order more accurately to reflect the mission, teaching and research interests of the departments.

B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST EXEMPTION (MonicAid Corporation) --Approves an exemption from the Virginia Conflict of Interests Act to allow the University of Virginia to enter into a contract with MonicAid Corporation, a local company owned by University employees.

C. CONFLICT OF INTEREST EXEMPTION (DVTI, INCORPORATED) -- Approves an exemption from the Virginia Conflict of Interests Act to allow the University of Virginia to enter into a contract with DVTI, Incorporated, a local company owned by University employees.

 

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

COMMITTEE ON THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S

COLLEGE AT WISE

January 18, 2001

6:25 — 6:55 p.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

REPORTS BY THE CHANCELLOR AD INTERIM OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE

A. CHANCELLOR'S TRANSITION -- George Culbertson has been appointed Chancellor ad interim to serve during the transition period.

B. CHANCELLOR SEARCH PROCESS -- The decision by Chancellor Lemons to accept the Presidency at Susquehanna University has resulted in a search for a new chancellor at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise.

C. CHANCELLOR'S REMARKS -- The Chancellor ad interim will report on items of interest to the Committee.


BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

AUDIT COMMITTEE

January 19, 2001

9:00 — 9:15 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

OPEN SESSION

INFORMATION REPORT

A. Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) Audit and Management Letter.

B. University and Health System Response to the APA Audit


As is customary at its winter meeting, the Board will meet with Mr. Walter Kucharski, Auditor of Public Accounts of the Commonwealth.

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

AUDIT COMMITTEE

January 19, 2001

9:15 — 9:45 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

EXECUTIVE SESSION PORTION

Presentation of Reports

Summary of Audit Findings -- Ms. Deily recommends approval of the following Audit reports: Plastic Surgery, Uniersity of Virginia's College at Wise, Newcomb Hall Operations, Follow up Audits: Development, Athletics, Facilities Management, and ISIS. Ms Deily will also give an update on any pending Investigative Audits.

 

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FINANCE COMMITTEE

January 19, 2001

9:45 — 11:00 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

  1. CONSENT AGENDA
    • CASH MATCH PLAN —- Approves an adjustment to the Cash

Match Plan allowing employees to receive the benefit after 12 months of state service.

  1. ACTION ITEMS
    1. STUDENT HOUSING RATES, 2001-2002 —- Approves student

    housing rates for the Academic Division and the University’s College at Wise. The proposal calls for average housing rate increases of approximately 5.8 percent (including a $50 housing renovation fee) for the University Academic Division and 2.8 percent for the University’s College at Wise. The proposed resolution also addresses summer 2001 housing and board rates for the Mountain Lake Biological Station in Giles County, including average rate increases of 20.35 percent for board and 3.55 percent for housing.

    B.RATIFICATION OF FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA FOUNDATION —- The mission statement of the UVa Foundation and of its subsidiaries, including the research parks, is to purchase or to develop properties for the benefit of the University of Virginia. The UVa Foundation has followed this mission statement and is now at a juncture where there is a need to refinance its holdings so that it may continue to pursue goals for the benefit of the University of Virginia.

  2. REPORTS BY THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

A. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS — Ms. Sheehy will provide an update on state budget and legislative issues affecting the University. She will report on the Governor’s budget, 2000-2002 legislative amendments (both operating and capital proposals) and the preliminary 2001-2002 budget assumptions.

B. INVESTMENT MATTERS —- Ms. Handy will report on the market value and performance of the endowment under control of the Rector and Visitors as of December 31, 2000. Mr. Goodwin will report on the actions taken by the Investment Management Company at its November 14-15, 2000, and January 8, 2001, meetings.

C. DEBT CAPACITY POLICY —- This report describes the University’s recently drafted debt policy used to guide management in its decisions regarding future capital construction and related financing.

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.

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

STUDENT AFFAIRS AND ATHLETICS COMMITTEE

January 19, 2001

11:00 — 11:45 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

I.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS

    1. REMARKS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT —- 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. AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS PEER ADVISING PROGRAM —- Two peer advisors will present an overview of the African-American Affairs Peer Advising Program.

C.FRATERNITY WORKING GROUP —- The Chair of the Student Affairs and Athletics Committee will update the Board of Visitors on the current efforts and new directions the Fraternity Working Group is pursuing.

II.REPORT BY THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

A. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S REMARKS -- Mr. Terry Holland will inform the Board of Visitors of recent events which do not require formal action, but of which they should be made aware.

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BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

January 19, 2001

11:45 a.m. — 12:00 noon, Board Room, The Rotunda

I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. ARCHITECT SELECTION, ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER AND NEW MATERIALS SCIENCE BUILDING -— Approves the selection of the architect for a project which constructs an addition to the Mechanical Engineering Building and a project which constructs an addition to the Materials Science and Chemical Engineering buildings.

B. DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS AT 206 AND 208 15TH STREET —- Approves demolition of two buildings on property recently acquired on 15th Street to allow for Health System staff parking.

II.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

A. REMARKS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT -- The Vice President for for Management and Budget will inform the Board of Visitors of recent events which do not require formal action, but of which they should be made aware.

B. REPORT ON THE ACTIONS OF THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE — Mr. Wheat will report on the actions taken by the Buildings and Grounds Committee at a meeting of the Committee held on January 10, 2001.

 

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EDUCATIONAL POLICY COMMITTEE

January 20, 2001

9:45 — 10:30 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

  • REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST
    1. VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —- Mr. Low will report on items of interest to the Committee.
    2. PROGRESS REPORT ON VIRGINIA 2020 COMMISSIONS -- The University’s Chief Planning Officer will report on the progress of the Virginia 2020 Commissions.
    3. FACULTY SENATE -- The Chair of the Faculty Senate will report on the Senate's accomplishments during the fall semester.
    4. LIBRARY OF TOMORROW —- The University Librarian will give a report, "The Library of Tomorrow."

 

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FULL BOARD

January 19, 2001

4:00 — 4:30 p.m., Dome Room, The Rotunda

ACTION ITEMS

    • PROFESSORSHIPS —- Approves the establishment of the following professorships:
  1. The Bigelow Research Professorship in Business Administration
  2. The Mario di Valmarana Professorship in the School of Architecture
  3. The Murray Research Professorship in the McIntire School of Commerce
    • RENAMING OF PROFESSORSHIPS — Approves the renaming of the following professorships:
  1. The Centennial Distinguished Professorship in Nursing changed to the Centennial Distinguished Professorship in Pediatric Nursing
  2. The NationsBank Professorship in the McIntire School of Commerce to the Bank of America Professorship in the McIntire School of Commerce

BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

January 20, 2001

9:00 — 9:45 a.m., Board Room, The Rotunda

I.REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT

    • VICE PRESIDENT’S REMARKS —- Review of a range of fund-raising initiatives and report on overall fund-raising and program progress.

a. SOLICITATION —- The goal of the final solicitation strategy is to make sure that every alumnus, parent and friend has had an opportunity to support the Campaign for the University of Virginia.

b.COMMUNICATION —- Review of the communication initiatives that will inform and thank all donors who have given to the Campaign.

    1. FUND-RAISING STRATEGIES FOR 2001 —- Fund-raising
    2. approaches in the post-Campaign period.

    3. MARKETING INITIATIVES —- Laura Hawthorne, Coordinator of Public Service, will describe the University’s work to market its outreach efforts through a new program, Outreach Virginia.

    4. PHILANTHROPIC CASH FLOW —- Cash flow progress,
    5. including comparisons with previous fiscal years.

    6. CAMPAIGN PROGRESS -- Campaign totals through November 2000, with projected Campaign-end figures.
  1. REPORT BY THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
    • UNIVERSITY FOUNDATIONS —- Mr. Sandridge will review a status report on compliance with the Policy on University-Related Foundations.

 

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