Board of Trustees > Meeting Archives > September 20, 2002 Agenda

The Florida State University Board of Trustees Meeting
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Room B101
September 20, 2002
8:30 AM


    1. Call to Order, Roll Call and Welcome (5 minutes)
      John E. Thrasher, Chair

    2. Minutes (5 minutes) Action Item
      July 02, 2002

    3. Comments of the Chair of the Board of Trustees (5 minutes)
      John E. Thrasher, Chair

    4. President's Report (5 minutes)
      Talbot D'Alemberte, President

    5. Comments, Faculty Senate (5 minutes)
      Dr. Valliere Richard Auzenne, President

    6. Report from Standing and Ad Hoc Committees

      1. Finance and Administration, David B. Ford, Chair (50 minutes)

        1. Allocation of PECO Funds, FY 2002-03 (Action Item, if received)

        2. Five-Year PECO Request (Action Item, if received)

        3. Enterprise Resource Planning (Action Item, if received)

      2. Legislative Committee, Lee Hinkle, Chair (10 minutes)

      3. Planning Committee, Dr. J. Stanley Marshall, Chair (45 minutes)

        1. Presidential Evaluation Item (if received)

    7. Transition Process
      John E. Thrasher, Chair

    8. Tenure Upon Appointment (Action Item) (5 minutes)

    9. Academic Program Approval (Action Item) (10 minutes)
      Dr. Lawrence G. Abele, Provost

    10. Student Assessment of Instruction Policy (Action Item) (5 minutes)
      Dr. Lawrence G. Abele, Provost

    11. Rules – Special Appeals and Academic Organization (Action Item) (5 minutes)
      Mr. Mike Cramer, Deputy General Counsel

    12. Review of Sunshine Law (10 minutes) 
      Mr. Richard McFarlain, University General Counsel

    13. Florida State University Research Park (15 minutes)
      Dr. Ray Bye, Vice President for Research

    14. Audit Committee Reorganization (15 minutes) 
      Harold Knowles

    15. Orientation to Support Areas of the University (20 minutes)
      Captain Winston Scott, Vice President for Student Affairs

    16. Closing Remarks (5 minutes)

    Committee Agendas
    201 Westcott Building
    September 20, 2002

    FSU Presidential Search
    3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

    1. Overview of the Charge of the FSU Presidential Search (10 minutes)
      Lee Hinkle, Chair


    2. Presidential Searches from the FBOE Perspective (10 minutes) (Invited)
      The Honorable Jim Horne, Secretary


    3. Review of the University's Previous Search Process (10 minutes)
      Dr. Lawrence G. Abele, Provost


    4. Faculty Input - Previous Search Process (10 minutes)
      Dr. Cliff Madsen


    5. Presidential Search Process - Communications (10 minutes)
      Frank Murphy, President, University Communications Group
      Browning Brooks, Director of Media Relations, Florida State University


    6. Discussion of Committee Charge and Work Products (30 minutes)
      Lee Hinkle, Chair


    7. Future Meetings (5 minutes)
      Lee Hinkle, Chair


    8. Closing Remarks (5 minutes)

    Committee Agendas
    201 and 211 Westcott Building
    September 19, 2002

    Finance and Administration Committee
    Chairman: David B. Ford
    Lead Staff: John Carnaghi
    Members: June Duda, J. Stanley Marshall, Manny Garcia and Andy Haggard
    Location: 201 Westcott
    Time: 1:15 – 3:15 p.m.

    • Allocation of PECO Funds, FY 2002-03
    • Five-Year PECO Request
    • Land Acquisition for Concert Hall
    • Administrative Support – New College
    • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
    • Direct-Support Organization Report
    • Foundation

    Legislative Committee
    Chairman: Lee Hinkle
    Lead Staff: Kathleen Daly
    Members: Harold Knowles, Andy Haggard, John Thrasher and Steve Uhlfelder
    Location: 211 Westcott
    Time: 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

    • Discussion of Interim Activities
    • Discussion of Potential Legislative Priorities

    Planning Committee
    Chairman: J. Stanley Marshall
    Lead Staff: Robert Bradley
    Members: Jessie Furlow, E. Ann McGee, Steve Uhlfelder, and David B. Ford
    Location: 201 Westcott
    Time: 4:15 – 5:30 p.m.

    • Presidential Evaluation