Official Proceedings of the One Thousand Three Hundred and Forty-Fourth Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Columbus, Ohio, July 10, 1998
Creators:Ohio State University. Board of Trustees
Subjects (LCSH):Universities and colleges -- Ohio -- Columbus -- Administration
Ohio State University. Board of Trustees
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This item is the meeting minutes of the Board of Trustees of The Ohio State University held on Friday, July 10, 1998, at the Ohio State University Fawcett Center for Tomorrow, Columbus, Ohio. Topics discussed at the meeting included the president's report, the consent agenda, the amendments to the committee appointments for 1998-99, University Hospitals board reappointments, regional campus boards - appointment/reappointments, establishment of a University senate financial conflicts of interest policy for faculty, revisions to the Ph.D. program in Biochemistry, the amendments to the rules of the University faculty, honorary degrees, degrees and certificates - Summer quarter commencement, personnel actions, resolutions in memoriam, report of research contracts and grants, the authorization for designated officials to buy, sell, assign and transfer securities, to deposit or withdraw funds from bank accounts and to designate depositories, funding plan for University development, the University development report, the employment of architects/engineers and request for construction bids, report of award of contracts, ARMS - phase VI, the continuation of computer laboratory fee in the Max M. Fisher College of Business, the College of Engineering and the School of Public Policy and Management, Larkins Hall addition and renovation project student fee request, the authorization, issuance and sale of general receipts commercial paper notes series A of the Ohio State University, easements, FY 1999 current funds budget, student recognition award, student government reports, report on strategic indicators, appreciation to Richard Sisson, and the Ohio State University financial conflicts of interest policy for faculty.