University of Nebraska Board of Regents, UNMC

WHEREAS, Andrew Klutman has served as a member of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents and as President of the University of Nebraska Medical Center Student Senate during the 2009-2010 term;

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has taken an active and positive role in Board of Regents meetings and events across the state, and has advocated for students on the matters of affordable tuition;

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has spearheaded the creation of a Student Senate Outreach Fund allowing for expedient support of UNMC-sponsored disaster relief groups, and establishment of continual sources of funding for the account;

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has chaired the annual Student Senate blood drive, organized many student team-building events, and promoted the installation of additional pedestrian crosswalks and signage campus-wide to ensure pedestrian safety;

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has represented student interests in parking and other matters, while considerable construction was taking place at UNMC;

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has reorganized Student Senate tasks performed by each position and assisted in the development and implementation of the Student Ambassador and Student Advisory Committees.

WHEREAS, Regent Klutman has improved the functionality and efficiency of the UNMC Student Senate, has quickly and concisely informed students on a range of initiatives, has gathered student input on many topics, and has overseen the development of an IT liaison that works directly with Information Technology Services in resolving IT issues for current and future students;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the University of Nebraska Board of Regents expresses its sincere appreciation for the contributions and dedicated service of Regent Andrew Klutman during his term on the Board and wishes him well in all of his future endeavors.


Pictured: Regent Whitehouse; Chancellor Maurer; Regent Klutman; President Milliken
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