July 24, 2014: Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Crime Log

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July 24, 2014: NPD Crime Report

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July 24, 2014: Nacogdoches County Booking Report

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O P E N M E E T I N G N O T I C E

The Board of Regents of Stephen F. Austin State University will convene a two-day Board Meeting and Committee Meetings according to the following agenda:

MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014
8:00 a.m.
CALL TO ORDER IN OPEN SESSION

MEETING OF THE BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
(approximately 8:00 a.m.)

Presentation and Committee Action on Agenda Items 15 – 16:

15. Approval of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Capital Plan

16. Approval of Building and Grounds Policy Revisions
Alcohol Service (13.7) NEW
Class Meeting Times (4.12) NEW
Course Scheduling (4.13) NEW
Firearms, Explosives and Ammunition (13.9)
Petitions and Handbills (16.19)
Piney Woods Conservation Center (16.21)
Signs and Exhibits (16.24)
Student Center Operations (16.26)
Use of Amplified Sound (16.31)

Current Construction Report

MEETING OF THE FINANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE
(This meeting will convene at approximately 9 a.m. or following previous committee adjournment.)

Quarterly Investment Report and Consideration of Potential Action

Texas A&M Investment Report

Presentation and Committee Action on Agenda Items 17 – 18 and 20 – 27:

17. Acknowledge Receipt of Audit Services Report

18. Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Capital Plan Budget

20. Telephone Switch Hardware Replacement

21. Training Software and Maintenance

22. Storage Area Network Replacement

23. Luminis Platform Upgrade

24. Classroom Technology Upgrades

25. Grant Awards

26. Aramark Agreement Amendments

27. Approval of Financial Affairs Policy Revisions
Fixed Rate Tuition Plan (3.4)
Items Requiring Board of Regents Approval (1.4)
Year-End Purchasing (17.24)

Update on Marketing Campaign: Richards Carlberg

Presentation and Committee Action on Agenda Items 28 – 29 and 19:

28. Approval of the 2014 – 2015 Rebranding Campaign Concept

29. Approval of Purchase of UnderArmour Gear

19. Approval of the Fiscal Year 2014 – 2015 Institutional Budget

MEETING OF THE ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
(This meeting will convene at approximately 11 a.m. or following previous committee adjournment.)

Presentation and Committee Action on Agenda Items 13 – 14:

13. Intercollegiate Athletic Policy and Procedures Manual Revisions

14. Approval of Academic and Student Affairs Policy Revisions
Academic Appeals by Students (6.3)
Academic Appointments and Titles (7.2)
Academic Integrity (4.1)
Academic Program Review (5.1)
Academic Unit Chair/Director Teaching Load (4.3)
Administration of Academic Units (4.4)
Allocation of Information Technology Resources (16.3)
Certificate Programs (5.2)
Course Fees (3.8)
Faculty Development Leaves (12.7)
Faculty Search (7.12)
Graduate Assistantships (6.12)
Grants and Contract Administration (8.3)
Hazing (10.3)
Instructor-generated Materials (7.16)
Illicit Drug and Alcohol Abuse (13.11)
Intellectual Property (9.4)
Laboratory Fees (3.22)
Library Faculty (7.17)
Part-time Faculty (7.21)
Professional Educators’ Council (5.16)
Public/Student Health (13.16)
Research Enhancement Program (8.11)
Resolving Faculty Disagreements in Issues other than Terminations and Renewal of
Contracts (7.25)
Selection of Academic Deans (4.9)
Student Conduct Code (10.4)
Student ID Cards (10.7)
Student Internships (11.29) NEW
University Awards Programs (12.20)
University Logo/Seal (15.6)
Volunteer Workers (11.32) NEW
Wellness Release Time (13.25) NEW

Reports:

Commencement Decorum

Federal Funding through the Texas National Guard

Academic Space Utilization

The board will adjourn for lunch at approximately 12 noon. Board members will tour the coliseum and the former Banita Cleaners site; a quorum is expected to attend, but no action will be taken. The meeting will reconvene at approximately 2:30 p.m.

RECONVENE BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING IN OPEN SESSION
(Approximately 2:30 p.m.)

Strategic Planning Report

EXECUTIVE SESSION
At approximately 3:00 p.m. or immediately following the prior meeting, the board will move to executive session for consideration of the following items:

Board consideration of the following items:

Deliberation regarding the deployment, or special occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices (551.076)
· Update from chief information officer

Deliberations regarding the purchase, exchange, lease, sale or value of real property (551.072)
Consultation with attorney regarding legal advice or pending and/or contemplated litigation or settlement offers, including but not limited to Consultation with Attorney Regarding Legal Advice or Pending and/or Contemplated Litigation or Settlement Offers, including but not limited to institutional compliance; reported complaints; Joann Fields and Rose Trotty v. Stephen F. Austin State University; Maria Martinez, individually and as next of friend of Aileen Maria Martinez v. Charles Lane Feazell and Stephen F. Austin State University; and Christian Cutler v. Baker Pattillo, et al. (551.071)

Consideration of individual personnel matters relating to appointment, employment, evaluation, assignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of an officer or employee, including but not limited to women’s basketball coaches, dean of Nelson Rusche College of Business, theatre technical director, general counsel, director of audit services, coordinator of board affairs, vice presidents and the president (551.074)

Estimated adjournment: 5:00 p.m. The board will reconvene in open session and recess for the evening with no further action expected.

THIS IS A CONTINUATION OF A TWO-DAY BOARD MEETING AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS AGENDA:

TUESDAY, JULY 29, 2014
9:00 a.m.
RECONVENE BOARD MEETING IN OPEN SESSION

Call to Order and Pledge to the Flags

Invocation

Special Recognitions

Board Action on Agenda Item 1:

Approval of Board Minutes from April 14 and 15, 2014 and May 9, 2014

Board Action on Agenda Items 2 – 5:

Election of the President for 2014-2015

Election of the General Counsel for 2014-2015

Election of the Director of Audit Services for 2014-2015

Election of the Coordinator of Board Affairs for 2014-2015

Presentation and Board Action on Personnel Items 6 – 12:

Approval of Faculty Appointments for 2014-2015

Approval of Staff Appointments for 2014-2015

Approval of Changes of Status for 2014-2015

Promotions

Tenure

Retirements

Holiday Schedule for 2014-2015

Committee Reports and Board Action:

Academic and Student Affairs Committee (Report and Board Action on Agenda
Items 13 – 14):

13. Intercollegiate Athletic Policies and Procedures Manual Revisions

14. Approval of Academic and Student Affairs Policy Revisions
Academic Appeals by Students (6.3)
Academic Appointments and Titles (7.2)
Academic Integrity (4.1)
Academic Program Review (5.1)
Academic Unit Chair/Director Teaching Load (4.3)
Administration of Academic Units (4.4)
Allocation of Information Technology Resources (16.3)
Certificate Programs (5.2)
Course Fees (3.8)
Faculty Development Leaves (12.7)
Faculty Search (7.12)
Graduate Assistantships (6.12)
Grants and Contract Administration (8.3)
Hazing (10.3)
Instructor-generated Materials (7.16)
Illicit Drug and Alcohol Abuse (13.11)
Intellectual Property (9.4)
Laboratory Fees (3.22)
Library Faculty (7.17)
Part-time Faculty (7.21)
Professional Educators’ Council (5.16)
Public/Student Health (13.16)
Research Enhancement Program (8.11)
Resolving Faculty Disagreements in Issues other than Terminations and Renewal of
Contracts (7.25)
Selection of Academic Deans (4.9)
Student Conduct Code (10.4)
Student ID Cards (10.7)
Student Internships (11.29) NEW
University Awards Programs (12.20)
University Logo/Seal (15.6)
Volunteer Workers (11.32) NEW
Wellness Release Time (13.25) NEW

Building and Grounds Committee (Report and Action on Agenda Items 15 – 16):

15. Approval of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Capital Plan

16. Approval of Building and Grounds Policy Revisions
Alcohol Service (13.7) NEW
Class Meeting Times (4.12) NEW
Course Scheduling (4.13) NEW
Firearms, Explosives and Ammunition (13.9)
Piney Woods Conservation Center (16.21)
Petitions and Handbills (16.19)
Signs and Exhibits (16.24)
Student Center Operations (16.26)
Use of Amplified Sound (16.31)

Finance and Audit Committee (Report and Action on Agenda Items 17 – 18, 20 – 29 and 19):

17. Acknowledge Receipt of Audit Services Report

18. Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Capital Plan Budget

20. Telephone Switch Hardware Replacement

21. Training Software and Maintenance

22. Storage Area Network Replacement

23. Luminis PlatformUpgrade

24. Classroom Technology Upgrades

25. Grant Awards

26. Aramark Agreement Amendments

27. Approval of Financial Affairs Policy Revisions
Fixed Rate Tuition Plan (3.4)
Items Requiring Board of Regents Approval (1.4)
Year-End Purchasing (17.24)

28. Approval of the 2014 – 2015 Rebranding Campaign Concept

29. Approval of Purchase of UnderArmour Gear

19. Approval of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Institutional Budget

Reports:

President
- Upcoming Dates
- Dean of the Nelson Rusche College of Business Search
- Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison
- Starr Avenue
- Emeritus

Faculty Senate
- Introductions
- Faculty Senate Chair Transition
- Senate Summer Activity
- Goals for the 2014-2015 Year
- Faculty Accomplishments

Student Government Association
- Student Center Advisory Board
- Goals for Fall
- Tailgating Trophy
- Watermelon Bash

ESTIMATED ADJOURNMENT OF BOARD MEETING (approximately 10:30 a.m.)

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July 23, 2014: Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Crime Log

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July 23, 2014: NPD Crime Report

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July 23, 2014: Nacogdoches County Booking Report

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Watercolor East Texas show opens Saturday

The 30th Watercolor East Texas juried exhibition will open with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 26, in The Cole Art Center @ The Old Opera House in downtown Nacogdoches. This year’s juror is Michael Holter, a nationally known artist from Plano who works in watercolor figurative and oil landscapes. Pictured is last year’s WET juried exhibition first place winner, “Monkey On Her Back” by Mary Hooper. The exhibition runs through Aug. 30. The Cole Art Center is located at 329 E. Main St. For more information, call (936) 468-1131.

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July 22, 2014: Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Crime Log

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July 22, 2014: NPD Crime Report

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