Board of Regents Schedule: February 27-28, 2004
The following events have been scheduled in conjunction with the February meeting of the Friday, February 27 -Campus Visit, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Please note:
Parking is available at Varner Hall, 3835 Holdrege Street in Lincoln. Shuttle service departs Varner Hall at 9:30 a.m. to begin the campus visit.

9:45 a.m.

Welcome - 327 Keim Hall, UNL East Campus
Harvey Perlman, Chancellor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

9:50 a.m.

UNL Master Planning:
Research Capacity and the Antelope Valley Project
Bill Nunez, Director, Institutional Research & Planning

10:30 a.m.

Shuttle Service to UNL City Campus

10:45 a.m.

Space for Materials & Nanoscience Research - 201 Brace Hall
David Sellmyer, University Professor, Physics & Astronomy and Director, Center for Materials Research

11:30 a.m.

Computer Science Research Space: A Plan for UNL to be a Leader in the Information Age - South Stadium 2nd Floor Auditorium and Avery Hall
Richard Sinovec, Chairperson, Computer Science and Engineering
John Meakin, Chairperson, Mathematics
Richard McDermott, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management &Planning

12:15 p.m.

Wrap-up Discussion and Tour of the Biological Process Development Facility - Othmer Hall, First Floor Lobby
Prem Paul, Vice Chancellor for Research
Michael Meagher, Professor, Chemical Engineering

2:15 p.m.

Shuttle Service to Varner Hall

2:15 p.m.

Board of Regents Committee Meetings Board Room, Varner Hall, 3835 Holdrege St.

Business Affairs Committee

Topic: Audit Report
Presenter: David Lechner, Vice President for Business &Finance

Information Technology Committee

Topic: Information Technology: Continuous Improvement, Enabling the Future
Presenters:Walter Weir, Chief Information Officer
Kent Hendrickson, Associate Vice Chancellor, Information Services, UNL
Deb Schroeder, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Information Technology, UNK
Yvette Holly, Exec. Director, Information Technology Services, UNMC
John Fiene, Associate Vice Chancellor for Technology, UNO
Dan Cotton, Director, Communications & Information Technology, IANR

Business Affairs Committee
Topic: Preliminary Estimate of Needs: FY 2005-2007 Biennium
Presenter: Jay Noren, Executive Vice President &Provost

Saturday, February 28

>8:30 a.m.

February Meeting of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Board Room, Varner Hall, 3835 Holdrege Street, Lincoln

Strategic Issue:

Topic: Cooperative Extension Education
Presenters:
John Owens, Vice Chancellor, IANR
Elbert Dickey, Dean, Cooperative Extension Division, IANR
Beth Birnstihl, Associate Dean, Cooperative Extension Division, IANR

Please note: The agenda for the Board of Regents meeting is posted on the University of Nebraska website, www.nebraska.edu/board/board_agendas.shtml

Items of Interest:

President’s Personnel Recommendations (Agenda Item IX-A-1)

Three people have been recommended for senior administrative positions at the university. They are: Finnie A. Murray, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Student Life at the University of Nebraska at Kearney; John Christensen, Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs at the University of Nebraska at Omaha; and Louis G. Pol, Endowed Dean of the College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Nebraska Center on Research for Children, Youth, Families and Schools (Item IX-A-3)

This proposed center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will serve as a catalyst for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and will facilitate partnerships among faculty focusing on children, youth, families and schools and their interrelationships. The goal is to have a nationally recognized center of excellence in research related to children and youth and the variety of contexts within which they live and develop.

Doctor of Audiology Degree (Item X-A-1)

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is proposing a new professional degree – Au.D .– in audiology and hearing science. This doctoral degree reflects a growing national movement in the training of audiologists to meet new accreditation and certification requirements that will go into effect in 2007. The Au.D. will replace the current master of science degree in audiology.

New Campus Identification Card (NCard) (Item X-B-2)

Students and faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have had identification cards since 1985 that permit on-campus purchases, access to campus recreation facilities and sports events and confirmation of student eligibility for benefits and activities. If approved by the Board of Regents, the new “Ncard” will be issued under a licensing agreement with Wells Fargo and Company beginning in March and will expand services to include depository bank accounts, ATM card capability, and off-campus purchases. Purchases with the card will be charged against funds deposited in the cardholder’s bank account – no credit-card purchases will be available. In return for the license, Wells Fargo will pay UNL $250,000 on execution of the agreement, $300,000 at the end of each contract year, and $15 per account above 15,000 faculty, staff, and student accounts

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