UVI Board of Trustees to Meet on October 27

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will discuss the school’s 2018-2023 strategic plan, “Greatness Through Innovation,” when it meets at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the Administration and Conference Center Building on St. Thomas, in the first-floor conference room.

The draft plan was created by the board’s Planning Committee.

The meeting will begin with regular session agenda items. UVI’s President David Hall will present the President’s Report, followed by board chairman Henry Smock with the Chairman’s Comments. The board will receive an update report from the Research and Technology Park and its new Executive Director Peter Chapman. Then the Board will consider other agenda items.

Also on the agenda are:

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– The Buildings and Grounds Committee on the university entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Virgin Islands Housing Finance Authority for the purpose of constructing and managing a Multi-Purpose Center on the St. Croix campus.

– The Development Committee on the establishment of the fundraising and alumni giving goals for fiscal year 2019.

– The Finance and Budget Committee on a Pilot Wellness Leave Program as part of the university’s wellness program.

– The Planning Committee will also present UVI’s key performance indicators.

The board will then go into executive session and will report any actions taken in executive session before being adjourned.

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