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Image 3 of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 2011-05-03

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-3- G. Consent Items Dr. Brockman called attention to the five consent items. They included the minutes for the regular meeting of the Board on March 29, 2011, PR 2, which deals with personnel actions, FCR 1, a pledge from Warren W. Rosenthal, FCR 2, a Kentucky Medical Services Foundation gift of property, and FCR 3, an amendment to the Liz Claibome Foundation Endowment. Mr. Mobley moved approval, and the motion was seconded by Mr. Stuckert. The motion carried without dissent. (See consent items listed below at the end of these Minutes.) Minutes — March 29, 2011 PR 2 Personnel Actions FCR 1 Warren W. Rosenthal Pledge FCR 2 Kentucky Medical Services Foundation Gift of Property FCR 3 Amendment to the Liz Claibome Foundation Endowment H. Petitions to Address the Board Dr. Brockman stated that three petitions to address the board were received under the new procedures in Goveming Regulations Part II that were approved at the March 29 meeting. One was detennined not to be relevant: the subject matter ofthe request was the proposed loan from the university to the Department of Athletics for the Commonwealth Stadium scoreboard described in FCR 8 which was amended prior to the meeting. Two were detennined to be relevant. Those two petitioners were heard at the Finance Committee meeting. The subject matter ofthe requests was the proposed tuition increase for the College of Law for 2011-2012. Dr. Brockman then asked for the President’s Report. I. President’s Report (PR 1) Lexmark Gift Allows Renovation of Fonner Northside Librag President Todd began with the first item in PR 1 and recognized Provost Subbaswamy for working with Lexmark in receiving a $1 million donation to renovate the Northside Library on Russell Cave Road that UK purchased earlier. The gift will be matched by UK. The renovated facility, set for completion by August 2012, will provide a new lab for fieldwork-based ecology education, a professional development facility for Kentucky science and math teachers, and storage and work space for UK‘s P-12 science and math outreach unit. This gift is given as part of Lexmark‘s 20-year anniversary, and the president thanked Lexmark CEO Paul Rooke for this significant contribution on behalf of Lexmark to the community. Arts & Sciences South Africa Initiative Hosts Anti-apartheid Activists President Todd recognized the College of Arts and Sciences South Africa Initiative which culminated with a visit from well-known South African anti-apartheid leaders and fonner