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                                        AGENDA

                             Meeting of the Board of Trustees
                                  University of Kentucky
                                         1:00 P.M.
                                         June 6, 2000

Invocation

Roll Call

Approval of Minutes

President's Report and Action Items

PR 1   President's Report to the Trustees
        A. Strategic Plan, Progress Report, 1999-2000

PR 2   Personnel Actions

PR 3   Central Administration
       A. Appointment of Board of Directors University of Kentucky Research Foundation
       B.  Report on Results of Alumni Member Election

PR 4   Community College System
       A. Candidates for Degrees - Community College System

PR 5   Lexington Campus
       A. Appointment of Dean of Students - Lexington Campus
       B. Max Kade German House and Cultural Center

PR 6   Medical Center
       A. Reappointment to Board of Directors of The Fund for Advancement of Education
                 and Research in the University of Kentucky Medical Center
       B. Agreement Between University of Kentucky and Kentucky Medical Services Foundation

Finance Committee

1.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of Kentucky for the Ten
            Months Ended April 30, 2000
 2.    Disposal of Surplus Property
 3.    Report of Leases
 4.    Approval of Leases
 5.    Patent Assignment Report
 6.    Room and Board Rates 2000-2001 School Year
 7.    Paul W. Chellgren Pledge - Professorship
 8.    Paul W. Chellgren Pledge - Endowed Chair
 9.    Robert F. Corum Gift
 10.    Dr. Wade H. Hall Collection Gift-In-Kind




 






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11.    Michael A. Pachtman, M.D. Pledge
12.    Douglas J. Von Allmen Gift and Pledge
13.    Renaming Chair in Innovation Management
14.    Authorization to Convey Easement to Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
            for Wolf Run Watershed Sewer Project
15.    Transfer of University Hospital's U.K. Home Care's Assets to Kentucky Healthcare
            Enterprise, Inc. (KHE)
16.    Operating Budget for 2000-2001

Student Code Committee Report

1.     Amendment of Code of Student Conduct

Ad Hoc Committee on Board of Trustees Committees Report

1.     Acceptance of Report and Proposals from the Ad Hoc Committee on Board of Trustees
            Committees

Other Business

1.    Resolution
2.    Appointment of Research and Economic Development Committee




 








      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Tuesday,
June 6, 2000.

      The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00 p.m. (Lexington time)
on Tuesday, June 6, 2000 in the Board Room on the 18th floor of Patterson Office Tower.

      A.    Meeting Opened

      Billy Joe Miles, Chairperson, called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m., and the invocation
was pronounced by Mr. Ted Bates.

      B.    Roll Call

      The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call of the roll: Mr. Ted
Bates, Governor Edward T. Breathitt, Mr. Paul W. Chellgren, Mr. James Glenn III, Mr. Merwin
Grayson, Mr. John "Jack" Guthrie, Dr. Loys L. Mather, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Mr. Billy Joe
Miles (Chairman), Dr. Elissa Plattner, Mr. Steven S. Reed, Dr. Daniel R. Reedy, Mr. C. Frank
Shoop, Ms. Marian Sims, Ms. Alice Sparks, Dr. W. Grady Stumbo, Ms. JoEtta Y. Wickliffe, Mr.
Billy B. Wilcoxson, Mr. Russell Williams, and Ms. Elaine Wilson. The University
administration was represented by President Charles T. Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors James W.
Holsinger, and Elisabeth Zinser; Vice Presidents Fitzgerald Bramwell, Joseph T. Burch, Ben W.
Carr, Edward A. Carter, and Eugene Williams; Dr. Juanita Fleming, Special Assistant for
Academic Affairs; Mr. C. M. Newton, Director of Athletics, and Mr. Richard E. Plymale,
General Counsel.

      Members of the various news media were also in attendance. A quorum being present,
the Chairperson declared the meeting officially open for the conduct of business at 1:03 p.m.

      C.    Approval of Minutes

      Mr. Miles said that the Minutes of the Board meeting on May 2, 2000 had been
distributed and asked for any additions or corrections. Ms. Wilson moved that the Minutes be
approved as distributed. Mr. Guthrie seconded the motion, and it carried.

      D.    President's Report to the Board of Trustees (PR 1')

      President Wethington called attention to the following items in PR 1:

      1. There were twenty new members inducted into the University of Kentucky Hall of
          Distinguished alumni on May 1 9th. Many of those on the list are familiar names and
          all are distinguished citizens and graduates of the University of Kentucky. President
          Wethington congratulated again the alumni who have been brought into the Hall of
          Fame.

      2. There were 248 doctoral degrees awarded at the May 7th commencement ceremony.
          This is a record number to be granted in one year by the University of Kentucky and
          is a good indication of the progress that is being made in the University.




 





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       3. The University of Kentucky received $7.5 million in renewed funding in support of
          Alzheimer's Disease work being done at the University, especially through the Center
          on Aging. Dr. William Markesbery and his staff received this funding from the
          National Institute on Aging.

      4. Secat, the aluminum consortium located at Coldstream Research Campus, has
          received $3.5 million in grants to do materials research, particularly related to the
          aluminum industry.

      5. The UK Center for Rural Health in Hazard, Kentucky has been named the number
          one Center for Rural Health in the nation.

      6. Professor Gregory Brock of the University of Kentucky is riding a bicycle across the
          country and teaching a course through the Internet. He launched his "UK Across
          America" project on June 1st and will be meeting with alumni along his way.

      President Wethington asked the members to read the other items in the report at their
leisure.

      E.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

      President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the appointments, actions
and/or other staff changes which require Board action; and that the report relative to
appointments and/or changes already approved by the administration be accepted. Mr. Williams
moved approval. The motion, seconded by Ms. Wilson, carried. (See PR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      F.    Appointment of Board of Directors University of Kentucky Research Foundation
             (PR 3A!

      President Wethington stated that PR 3A is a recommendation for appointment to the
Board of Directors of the University of Kentucky Research Foundation (UKRF). The
recommendation is that approval be given to the appointment of F. Richard Kurzynske as a
public member of the UKRF Board for a three-year term beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June
30, 2003. This appointment is recommended to the Board of Trustees by the Nominating
Committee of the UKRF Board. On motion made by Ms. Sims, seconded by Mr. Shoop and
carried, PR 3A was approved. (See PR 3A at the end of the Minutes.)

      G.    Report on Results of Alumni Member Election (PR 3B)

      President Wethington stated that PR 3B is a report on the results of the alumni member
election for consideration on the Board. The second page is a letter from Dan Reedy, Secretary
to the Board, to President Wethington with the official results of the election. The three persons
receiving the largest number of votes are Marianne Smith Edge, Thomas "Gene" Spragens, Jr.,
and Myra Leigh Tobin. President Wethington noted that upon the Board passing this action the
three names will be forwarded to Governor Paul Patton for an appointment to the Board as a
replacement for Ted Bates. Ms. Wilson moved approval. The motion, seconded by Mr. Guthrie,
passed. (See PR 3B at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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      H.    Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 4A)

      President Wethington stated that PR 4A is a recommendation for approval of candidates
for degrees from the Community College System. He reminded the Board that they have the
responsibility for a period of time to award the degrees that have been completed by students
enrolled in the community colleges across the Commonwealth. Ms. Wickliffe moved approval.
Her motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, carried. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

      I.    Appointment of Dean of Students - Lexington Campus (PR 5A)

      President Wethington stated that PR 5A is a recommendation for the naming of a Dean of
Students. The recommendation is that Mr. Victor Hazard be named Dean of Students, effective
August 18, 2000. President Wethington noted that Victor Hazard has been employed as
Associate Dean of Students since 1988. Ms. Sims moved approval. The motion, seconded by
Dr. Reedy, passed. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

      President Wethington asked Dean Hazard to stand and be recognized. Dean Hazard
received a round of applause.

      J.    Max Kade German House and Cultural Center (PR 5B)

      President Wethington stated that PR 5B is a recommendation that the building at 212 East
Maxwell Street be named the Max Kade German House and Cultural Center. He noted that this
house is made possible by a major grant from the Max Kade Foundation. The University has
been renovating the house over the past year. It is a 1904 Victorian house located on Maxwell
Street near the Gaines Center. The Committee on Naming University Buildings recommended
this name to Chancellor Zinser who in turn recommended it to President Wethington. On motion
made by Mr. Shoop, seconded by Ms. Sims and carried, PR SB was approved. (See PR 5B at the
end of the Minutes.)

      K.    Reappointment to Board of Directors of The Fund for Advancement of Education
             and Research in the University of Kentucky Medical Center (PR 6A)

      President Wethington stated that PR 6A is a recommendation to appoint Ted Hahn to the
Board of Directors of The FUND for Advancement of Education and Research in the Medical
Center for a two-year term beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2002. Ms. Wilson moved
approval. The motion, seconded by Dr. Reedy, carried. (See PR 6A at the end of the Minutes.)

      L.    Agreement Between University of Kentucky and Kentucky Medical Services
             Foundation (PR 6B)

      President Wethington said that each year at this time an agreement is signed between the
University of Kentucky and KMSF, the Kentucky Medical Services Foundation. PR 6B is the
agreement between the University of Kentucky and KMSF. He noted that the changes reflected
in this document are summarized at the bottom of the page. Mr. Wilcoxson moved approval.
His motion, seconded by Mr. Grayson, passed. (See PR 6B at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       President Wethington announced that he would be combining the Strategic Plan Progress
Report with the budget presentation, and he would make that presentation at the end of the
Finance Committee Report.

       M.    Finance Committee Report

       Mr. Chellgren, Chairperson of the Finance Committee, asked to make one modification
in the agenda for the Finance Committee. He moved FCR 12, the acceptance of a gift from
Douglas J. Von Allmen, to the first action item.

      N.    Douglas J. Von Allmen Gift and Pledge (FCR 12)

      Mr. Chellgren informed the Board that Mr. Von Allmen is from Louisville, Kentucky and
graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1965 with a degree in accounting. Mr. Von
Allmen is chairman of Group One Capital and lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His gift is
contingent on the University's receiving matching funds from the state's Research Challenge
Trust Fund and will be paid over the next five years by the end of December, 2004.

      Mr. Von Allmen is giving a gift of $700,000 and a pledge of some $6,300,000 to
establish and endow two endowment funds in the Carol Martin Gatton College of Business and
Economics. One fund of $5,000,000 will benefit the School of Accountancy. The second fund
of $2,000,000 will establish and support the Center for Entrepreneurship and E-Commerce.

      The $5,000,000 endowment for the School of Accountancy will establish a $2,000,000
endowed chair, establish a $2,000,000 fund to support faculty research and provide a $1,000,000
fund for graduate fellowships. The $2,000,000 endowment for the Center for Entrepreneurship
and E-Commerce will provide funds to support research programs; activities related to the
commercialization of the University's research, and support research laboratories. Mr. Von
Allmen has requested that special consideration be given to supporting research projects that
have a potential for enhancing the economic development of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Mr. Chellgren moved adoption of FCR 12. The motion, seconded by Mr. Bates, carried. (See
FCR 12 at the end of the Minutes.)

      President Wethington asked that Doug and Linda Von Allmen stand and be recognized
along with their children. Mr. Von Allmen introduced his children, Julie Von Allmen Steurer,
Laura Kretschmar, David Von Allmen and Dean Kretschmar. Mr. Von Allmen stated that when
he went to the University of Kentucky he received a lot of help in grants from the University of
Kentucky, and to a very great extent the life he now enjoys is the direct result of the education he
received at the University. He continued to say that he felt that he owed the University and that
the University has still given him far more than he has given it. The Von Allmen family
received a round of applause and a standing ovation.

      President Wethington commented that it is his intention to recommend to the Board at the
next meeting that the School of Accountancy and the Center on Entrepreneurship and E-
Commerce be named for Mr. Douglas Von Allmen. He thanked Mr. And Mrs. Von Allmen for
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       0.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of Kentucky for the
             Ten Months Ended April 30. 2000 (FCR 1)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 1 is the acceptance of the Interim Financial Report for the
University of Kentucky for the Ten Months Ended April 30, 2000. At that particular date, the
University had received some 88% of the budget realized to date, and the expenditures were 78%
of the budget. Total assets were $2,407,557 and the total endowment fund balance was almost
$273,000,000. Mr. Chellgren moved adoption of FCR 1. The motion, seconded by Mr.
Williams, passed. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

      P.    Disposal of Surplus Property (FCR 2)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 2 is the disposal of surplus property and individual items
of less than $ 10,000 in value. He noted that the list was attached to FCR 2, and moved adoption
of FCR 2. His motion, seconded by Ms. Wickliffe, carried. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      Q.    Report of Leases (FCR 3)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 3 is the report of the leases from the administration. There
are 26 renewals, 25 of them being renewed at the existing terms and conditions, and one renewal
with a rate increase. On motion made by Mr. Chellgren, seconded by Mr. Guthrie and carried,
FCR 3 was approved. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

      R.    Approval of Leases (FCR 4)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 4 is the report of leases above $30,000 that requires
Finance Committee and Board approval. There are fourteen leases, one new and thirteen
renewals. He mentioned that the new lease is for almost 22,000 square feet of office and
classroom space, at an annual lease rate of $196,020 for the Lexington Community College. Mr.
Chellgren moved adoption of FCR 4. The motion, seconded by Ms. Sparks, carried. (See FCR 4
at the end of the Minutes.)

      S.    Patent Assignment Report (FCR 5)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 5 is the Patent Assignment Report. There are five patents,
"Iodo-nonoxynol-9-Derivatives and Methods for Their Use," "Materials and Methods Useful to
Affect Growth and Development of Lepidoptera Larvae," "Cutter Assembly for a Microscope
and Related Method," "System and Method for Intranasal Administration of Opioids," and
"Water-Soluble Derivatives of Camptothecin/Homocamptothecin." Mr. Chellgren moved
adoption of FCR 5. Ms. Wilson seconded the motion, and it passed. (See FCR 5 at the end of
the Minutes.)

      T.    Room and Board Rates 2000-2001 School Year (FCR 6)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 6 is to approve the room and board rates for the 2000-2001
school year. He noted that the Board and the administration should take some pride in that the
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hall and dining hall package. He moved adoption of FCR 6. The motion, seconded by Ms.
Sims, carried. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

      U.    Paul W. Chellgren Pledge - Professorship (FCR 7)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that the next items are a series of gifts, many of them in response to
the Research Challenge Trust Fund that the State of Kentucky passed. He stated that FCR 7 is a
pledge that he has made to the College of Business and Economics to honor his father in support
of the Accounting Department of the College of Business and Economics. He moved adoption
of FCR 7. Ms. Sims seconded his motion, and it carried. (See FCR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)

      V.    Paul W. Chellgren Pledge - Endowed Chair (FCR 8)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 8 is an additional pledge by him to take a professorship up
to an endowed chair. He moved adoption of FCR 8. The motion, seconded by Dr. Reedy,
passed. (See FCR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)

      Mr. Chellgren received a round of applause from the Board for his generous
contributions.

      W.    Robert F. Corum Gift (FCR 9)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 9 is a gift of $25,000 from Robert F. Corum. It is
anticipated that the gift will be matched by the Research Challenge Trust Fund and provide
another $25,000, creating a $50,000 endowment for the Don Corum/National Nursery Products
Landscape Research Endowment. Mr. Chellgren moved adoption of FCR 9. The motion,
seconded by Mr. Guthrie, passed. (See FCR 9 at the end of the Minutes.)

      X.    Dr. Wade H. Hall Collection Gift-In-Kind (FCR 1O)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 10 is not a financial gift but one of great value and great
richness to add to the collection in our Kentucky Libraries, Department of Special Collections
and Archives. This is a collection of letters and diaries that has been amassed over 30 years with
an appraised value of $1,571,191. Dr. Wade Hall has agreed to sell it to the UK Libraries for
$300,000 resulting in an in-kind contribution of $1,271,191. Mr. Chellgren moved adoption of
FCR 10. Mr. Williams seconded the motion, and it carried. (See FCR 10 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      Y.    Michael A. Pachtman. M.D. Pledge (FCR I 1)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 11 is a pledge of $50,000 from Michael A. Pachtman. It is
anticipated that the gift will be matched by $50,000 from the state's Research Challenge Trust
Fund to create a $100,000 endowment and endow the Judith Ann Powell Pachtman, M.D.
Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynecology Research in the College of Medicine. Dr. Pachtman
and his wife are both graduates of the UK College of Medicine; however, Mrs. Pachtman passed
away this past fall. Mr. Chellgren moved adoption of FCR 11. The motion, seconded by Ms.
Wilson, carried. (See FCR 11 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       Z.    Renaming Chair in Innovation Management (FCR 13)

       Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 13 is to rename a chair in Innovation Management at the
request of the Hilliard Lyons Company. They are requesting that the Board approve changing
the name of the J.J.B. Hilliard, W.L. Lyons, Inc. Chair in Innovation Management in the Gatton
College of Business to the J. Henning Hilliard Chair in Innovation Management. Mr. Chellgren
moved adoption of FCR 13. The motion, seconded by Mr. Guthrie, carried. (See FCR 13 at the
end of the Minutes.)

      AA.   Authorization to Convey Easement to Lexington-Fayette Urban County
             Government for Wolf Run Watershed Sewer Project (FCR 14)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 14 is a routine item. It is to grant an easement south of the
main campus, running across South Limestone toward the Medical Center. On motion made by
Mr. Chellgren, seconded by Mr. Williams and carried, FCR 14 was approved. (See FCR 14 at
the end of the Minutes.)

      BB.   Transfer of University Hospital's U.K. Home Care's Assets to Kentucky
             Healthcare Enterprise. Inc. (KHE) (FCR 15)

      Mr. Chellgren stated that FCR 15 is a transfer between the University Hospital's U.K.
Home Care Agency and the Kentucky Healthcare Enterprise, Inc. He noted that this is within the
bounds of the university's wholly owned operations, but these are different legal entities and as a
result the Board needs to approve the transfer. He moved adoption of FCR 15. The motion,
seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, carried. (See FCR 15 at the end of the Minutes.)

      CC.   Strategic Plan. Progress Report. 1999-2000

      President Wethington said that the Strategic Plan, Progress Report 1999-2000, had been
sent to the Board. The report gives a description of the progress the University has made toward
achieving the goals established in the strategic indicators for the next five-year period. This is
the second year report that outlines the progress made during the last year. He presented the
following slides:




 





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      Strategic Plan

   Progress Report


           1999-2000


University of Kentucky


  We aspire to enhance the University of Kentucky's stature
        as one of the nation's great universities



       Purpose of this Report

* Report second year of progress in relation
  to baseline measures
* Focus and guide planning and budgeting
  efforts
* Provide information for use in
  administrative decision-making
* Act as a yardstick against which we
  evaluate success


             ThM America's Net Great University



Indicator 1. Have ten or more "target of opportunity" research and
graduate education programs and/or professional programs ranked in the
top 20 or the top quartile of public research universities as measured by
ratings of individual disciplines, scholarly productivity, citation ranking,
extramural support, reputational ratings, or other suitable measures

Ranking      Top Programs       Source/Comparison Group
Top Quartile Toxicology         NRC / all
Top 20       Spanish            NRC / public
Top 20       Geography          NRC / public
Top 20       Anatomy            NIH / public
Top 20       Pharmacology       NIH / public
Top Quartile Physiology         NIH / all
Top 3        Pharmacy           U&S News & World Report / all
Top Quartile   Martin School         US News & World Report / all
Top 20       Elementary Education  US News & World Report / public

              godA America's Next Great University




 







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$ Indicator 3. Improve UK's position among U.S.
public research universities (based on NSF ranking)
from 46th to 40th.



20 -

25 -

30 -

35 -

40 -

45 -

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          32nd

                                         40th


  46th


96-97  97-98 98-99  99-00  00401  01-02  GOAL

       isure America's Next Great University



V Indicator #4. Increase research and development
support to $145 million per year.



$180.0
$170.0
$160.0
$150.0
$140.0
$130.0
$120.0
$110.0
$100.0



96-97  97-98  98-99   99-00  00.01  01-02  GOAL



              TU' - America's Next Great University


Indicator 8. Increase to 40% the number of entering
freshmen on the Lexington Campus/Medical Center
who score 26 and above on the ACT (or equivalent
on SAT).



44.0% -
42.0% -
40.0%/o -
38.0% -
36.0% -
34.0% -
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30.0% -



Fall 97 Fall 98 Fall 99 Fall 00 Fall 01 Fall 02 GOAL



a   Mi    America's Next Great University



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Indicator 9. Improve to 55% the percentage of full-
time undergraduate students (first-time degree-
seeking freshmen) who earn a baccalaureate
degree within six years of matriculation.



59.0% -
57.0% -
55.0% -
53.0%-
51.0% -
49.0%-
47.0% -
45.0%-



91     92     93
              Fall Cohort



94     95    GOAL



j   Ameicas Next Great University



V Indicator 13. Add 40 faculty positions, to include
at least 25 endowed chairs, and endow at least an
additional 25 professorships to strengthen research
and education initiatives.



           L2,5   Americas Next Great University


Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and persistence
goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal Opportunities
in Higher Education and the employment goals of
the University Affirmative Action Plan.



Resident AA Undergraduates= 6.1%    Goal= 7.0%

lst-to-2nd year AA Retention= 80.1%  Goal= 77.6%  V

Resident AA Grad Students= 5.9%     Goal= 5.3%    $
AA in Exec/Admin/Mngr= 3.8%          Goal= 5.0%
Women in Exec/Admin/ Mngr= 38%       Goal= 41%

AA in Faculty Positions= 3.3%        Goal= 4.0%

Women in Faculty Positions= 29.8%   Goal= 31.0%



Lexs 7  Amernica's Next Great University



                                  50.0



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POSITONS      As of    As of  As of   2001 2002 G40AL
              6/30/98  4/30/99 2/29/00

Endowed
Chairs             23      59      67                48


Professorships     52     112     128                77




 







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Indicator 18. Ensure that at least 50% of the
sections in lower division courses and 65% of
the lower division credit hours are taught by
full-time faculty.



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60%-
50%-
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30%-
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98-99    99-00     00-01



    01-02    GOAL
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Amnerica's Next Great University



Vindicator 21. Increase student satisfaction in



targeted areas, as
assessments.



determined by periodic



                             Average Ratings
Targeted Areas      Spring 97   Spring 00   Spring 03
                    (Baseline)               (Goal)
Living conditions     4.26        4.31       4.26
in residence halls
Computer labs         4.42        5.81       4.42
Racial harmony        4.45       4.85        4.45
Library resources     4.69        5.81       4.69
and services

            U-KS, America's Next Great University



Indicator 22. Seek funding to add/or substantially
renovate 400,000 square feet of research-related
space.

  Facility                      Sq Ft       Status
  Mechanical Engineering Bldg  100,000       Under
                                            Construction
  Aging/Allied Health Phase II 175,000       Under
                                            Construction
  Ag. Plant Science Facility   100,000       Under
                                            Construction
  Animal Sci Research Ctr Ph 1 211,000          Complete
  Gill Heart Institute         108,000       Under
                                            construction
  Biomedical Sci Research Bldg    220,000      Authorized

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Indicator 23. Seek funding to substantially
modernize 100,000 square feet of instruction-related
space.

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             98-99  99-00   00-0    01-2    Goal

             - lL\ America's Next Great University


Indicator 25. Complete installation of the campus
network to on-campus faculty offices, laboratories,
and classrooms, and to student residence halls.

* Percent of faculty with
   connections increased from
   80% to 84%
 * 6,000 residence hall
   connections completed
 * Internet "hits" increased
   from 26.4 million in October Ax
   1998 to 41.2 million in
   October 1999


              'IM    America's Next Great University


/ Indicator 27. Engage the entire UK community in
celebrating the milestone of 50 years of African-
Americans at UK and use this celebration as an
accelerator for future progress toward greater diversity.....
* Fifty Years of the UK African-
  American Legacy published
* Most outstanding African-
  American alumni recognized
* Archbishop Tutu address      0

* 4 African-Americans inducted
  into Alumni Hall of Fame
1St African American SGA
  President



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Indicator 28. Complete the infrastructure construction
for a total of 330 acres and have an inventory of 26 lots
available for lease or leased at the Coldstream Research
Campus.

Progress            Infrastructure Lots Available
(Timeframe)           Completed       or Leased
Previous (1993-97)      35 acres         3
Baseline (1997-98)        66             5
Phase I (1998-99)         159             13
Phase II (late 2000)     300+             27
GOAL                      330             26



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  / Indicator 29. Facilitate at least five new start-up
  ventures in the Commonwealth based on the
  intellectual property of University personnel.

                 * Four start-ups in 1998-99
                 * Three more in 1999-2000 -
                 o Carbon Solutions, Inc.
                 o The Lexington Carbon
                    Company, L.L.C.
                   New Ace Research Company,
                    Inc.

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/ Indicator 31. Develop and implement a proactive
marketing and communications plan that clearly presents to
the proper audiences locally, nationally, and internationally, the
progress the University is making toward achieving top 20
public research institution status.
* Marketing campaign
  implemented
* Impact second only to
  Nike in recall
* Received 5 honors at
  Addy awards
* Received 8 awards
  from CASE



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V Indicator 32. Establish priorities and goals for a capital
campaign guided by the Strategic Plan, a top priority of which
will be meeting any match required to receive funds from the
Council on Postsecondary Education Research Challenge Trust
Fund.
* Working with campaign consultants
* Over 1,200 major gift prospects identified
* GOAL = $400 million
* Public campaign announcement set for
  September 2000
* Successfully matched first $66.7 million RCTF
* Additional $66.7 million RCTF for 2000-2002

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 Indicator 35. Increase the University's endowment
 to at least $400 million.

    $500.0
    $450.0 ----------------------------------
                                      $400.0
  M$400.0-- - - - - - -        - -  -    --
       i           ~~~~~~$355.1
  L$350.0-    __--_--                 ----__
  L
  i $300.0 $- $287.6   __-_-_____-___-__
  sn  $250.0   -   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
               $243
    $200.0
           97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 GOAL


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        Summary of Progress


                 * 10 of 37 indicators,
                   representing accomplishments
                   in all mission areas, have been
                   achieved

                 * Consistent improvement