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Governing Regulations 06/ 17/08 Page 11-6 Executive Committee. ln general, the Executive Committee exercises oversight of the financial and business interests of the University and possesses the same powers as the Board of Trustees during the periods between meetings of the full Board of Trustees. Meetings may be held as necessary at the call of the Chair. The Secretary of the Board of Trustees is the ex zyficio Secretary of the Executive Committee. The President shall attend all meetings. The Executive Committee is required to submit to the Board of Trustees at each meeting, for the latter’s consideration and approval, a complete record of the proceedings of the Executive Committee. The authority of the Board of Trustees to am end the action of the Executive Committee does not extend to the rejection of any valid or authenticated expenditure of money by the Executive Committee (KRS 164.190). The Executive Committee shall serve as a hearing panel in the event of a faculty member, staff employee, or student appeal coming to the Board of Trustees. The Executive Committee shall serve as the performance review committee for the President, setting and reviewing goals each fiscal year. The Executive Committee shall involve the entire Board of Trustees in this evaluation and shall also solicit input from the executive committees or executive councils of the University Senate, Staff Senate, and Student Government Association. (b) Academic Affairs Committee (i) The Academic Affairs Committee reviews recommendations on policy matters pertaining to the academic mission of the University in instruction, research, and public service as well as to policy matters concerning academic freedom, tenure, and shared governance. (ii) The Committee reviews academic program proposals from the President to ensure that a) the academic programs are consistent with the University’s mission, b) resources are available to achieve academic priorities as set forth in the strategic plan, c) academic programs are appropriate for its student needs, and d) the University has a system in place for assessing the effectiveness of its academic programs. (iii) The Committee reviews new program proposals and changes in the academic units or in the academic organization to ensure these proposals or changes will effectively carry out the academic mission. (iv) The Committee reviews the list of candidates for academic degrees approved by the faculty of the University through the University Senate for submission to the Board of Trustees. (v) The Committee provides needed information to the Board of Trustees.