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Regents February Meetings

Board of Regents Agenda

Friday, February 15, 2002
1:00 p.m.
Walker-Ames Room
Kane Hall

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Confirm Agenda
Report of the President of the Board of Regents: Regent Chin
UW Alumni Association (Information Only)
Report of the University President: Dr. McCormick
Consent Agenda
Approval of Minutes of Meeting of January 18, 2002  
Adoption of Proposed Rule Revisions to Chapter 478-160, Admissions and Registration Procedures for the University of Washington A-2
Grant and Contract Awards - December 2001 F-2
Computing & Communications and Radiology Equipment Financing F-3
University of Washington Housing and Dining System: Twenty-Fifth Avenue Properties Lease Modification F-4
University of Washington Housing and Dining System: Issuance of Series 2002 Revenue and Refunding Bonds and Amendments to Series 1994 and 1996 bond Resolutions F-5
Adoption of Amendments to Chapter478-138 WAC, Use of University of Washington Facilities C-1
McMahon Dining Remodel--Contract Award C-2
UNICO Properties Inc., 2002 Capital Improvement Plan C-4
VII. Standing Committees
A. Academic and Student Affairs Committee: Regent Yapp - Chair
Academic and Administrative Appointments A-1
B. Finance and Audit Committee: Regent Brotman - Chair
Gift Report--January 2002 (Information Only) F-1
Alternate Risk Financing Project (Information Only)  
C. Capital Assets Committee: Regent Proctor - Chair
New School of Business Building Project  
Other Business
Reports from ex officio representatives to the Board:  
ASUW President - Ms. Danica You
GPSS President - Mr. David Nixon
Alumni Association President - Mr. Jack David
Faculty Senate Chairman - Prof. Bradley Holt
IX. Date for Next Regular Meeting: March 15, 2002
Executive Session (to discuss with legal counsel representing the University legal risks of a proposed action or current practice that the University has identified when public discussion of the legal risks is likely to result in an adverse legal or financial consequence to the agency) (to discuss planning and strategy for labor relations)
XI. Adjournment

Regents February Meetings

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