NU Board of Regents to Meet June 28

June 21, 2019

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents will meet Friday, June 28, 2019, at Varner Hall, 3835 Holdrege St. in Lincoln. The Board meeting will lead off at 9:15 a.m. with a brief presentation from Dr. Roderick McDavis, managing principal at AGB Search, LLC, the executive firm partnering with the university on its recently launched presidential search. The meeting will continue at 9:30 a.m. with a resolution in recognition of President Hank Bounds, who is stepping down in August, and the remainder of the Board’s agenda.

A complete, detailed agenda is available here. Items for the Board’s consideration include:

  • Approval of the 2019-20 operating budget and 2019-20 and 2020-21 tuition rates for the University of Nebraska and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, as well as program and facilities fees for 2019-20 at the four NU campuses. (Addendums IX-B-1 through IX-B-6)
  • Approval of the composition of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee. (Addendum IX-A-2)
  • Approval of the naming of the C.Y. Thompson Library new student learning commons as the Dinsdale Family Learning Commons. (Addendum IX-B-10)
  • Approval of an amendment to the deferred compensation agreement for President Hank Bounds. (Addendum IX-A-1)
  • Creation of a financial communications graduate certificate in the College of Business and College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (Addendum IX-A-5)
  • Creation of the Center for Heart and Vascular Research in the College of Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. (Addendum IX-A-6)
  • Approval of an interlocal agreement with the City of Lincoln to establish the iLNK Corp. (Addendum IX-B-7)
  • Authorization of the president and University of Nebraska at Omaha chancellor, in consultation with the Board’s Executive Committee, to complete the acquisition of 101 acres adjacent to the Glacier Creek Preserve in Douglas County. (Addendum IX-B-13)
Media Contact:
Melissa Lee
Director of Communications,
University of Nebraska