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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

I. Current Strengths and Challenges Dr. Brockman introduced Richard Messina, Huron Consultant, and asked him to give his presentation about strengths and challenges. Mr. Messina said it was a pleasure to be a participant in the retreat, and he was delighted to hear the engagement ofthe Board. He asked the Board to give him a short list of high level challenges at this session and said the list would be narrowed to the top challenges on Sunday. The Board members provided the following list: Shrinking the financial pie Mission/vision/ goal differentiate/clear identity Infrastructure Non-state sources for dollars Program evaluation and resource allocation Govemance lessons leamed Increase student quality (faculty, too) (staff`) without decreasing student numbers Marketing UK brand/ impact on Kentucky Increasing effectiveness and efficiency through quality people recruiting, retention (development) Building undergraduate community Best leverage extension offices Working more effectively with political system How to increase research funding state, companies Mission/vision/ goals finance Academic summer camps UK role in improving student preparation (in collaboration with other institutions) Student experience new ideas Placement Measures and metrics Alumni development and contributions Improving diversity and inclusiveness Honors program talented students recruiting and retention Technology changes and impact on academics and infrastructure Engaging and empowering faculty and staff Balance athletics, medical center, academics leverage athletics dollars policy discussion at Board level Scholarship Funds important differentiator Big challenge moving quickly to implementation Administration size as part of effectiveness and efficiency Retreat adjoumed Dr. Brockman thanked the Board for their interaction and input on the first day ofthe retreat. He said he looked forward to another productive day on Sunday and reminded the Board 5