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Governing Regulations O3/29/1 l Page ll-7 (c) Student Affairs Committee This committee reviews recommendations regarding revisions of the Code of Student Conduct. The Committee reviews recommendations concerning the general welfare of students and the adoption of rules, procedures, rights, and responsibilities governing non- academic relationships between the University and its students. (d) Human Resources Committee This committee reviews recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding policies pertaining to employee benefits, rights and privileges requiring Board of Trustees approval. (e) University Relations Committee This committee reviews recommendations relating to the economic, social, and public policy environments within which the University operates that directly affect the University. The Committee reviews policies or policy proposals regarding marketing and development as well as public, governmental, and alumni relations. (f) lnvestm ent Committee Under delegation from the Board of Trustees, and consistent with KRS l64A.55O through l64A.630, the lnvestment Committee is responsible for review and oversight of the endowment investment programs of the University and its affiliated corporations. These responsibilities include: formulating and reviewing investment policies, appointing, monitoring and evaluating investment managers and consultants, and reviewing and approving plans for the general management of the endowment funds of the University. The membership of the Committee shall include five members from the Board of Trustees. Each member shall be appointed by the Chair of the Board of Trustees. A quorum of the Committee members must be present in order to conduct business. ln addition to the voting members, the lnvestment Committee may, from time to time, have the Chair of the Board of Trustees appoint, upon recommendation of the University President, non-voting Community Advisory Members to assist it in its functions by providing specialized advice and support. Said Community Advisory Members shall be selected on the basis of their expertise in such areas as investment management and finance. The appointments of Community Advisory members to the lnvestment Committee shall be for three years and may be reappointed for an unlimited number of three year terms. The maximum number of Community Advisory members authorized at any one time shall be three (3).