Concord University Board of Governors to Meet Thursday, September 16
Athens, W.Va. - Concord University President Jerry Beasley announces that the Board of Governors will meet on Thursday, September 16.
Committee meetings are as follows: 9 a.m., Student Affairs, Concord Room, Marsh Hall and Academic Affairs, Room 139, Marsh Hall; 10:45 a.m., Finance and Facilities, Concord Room, Marsh Hall and External Affairs, Room 139, Marsh Hall.
The full Board will meet at 1:30 p.m., in the Concord Room (Room 200), Marsh Hall, Concord University.
For more information contact Ms. Nancy Meade, assistant to the president, 1-304-384-5224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONCORD UNIVERSITY NOTES: Persons with disabilities should contact Rick Dillon, 1-304-384-5231 if special assistance or help is required for access to an event scheduled by the University on campus.
In general, the intent of Senate Bill 653 and 703 is to diversify and expand the economy of the state, increase the competitiveness of the state’s workforce and the availability of professional expertise by increasing the number of college degrees produced to the level of the national average and significantly improve the level of adult functional literacy.
Effective July 1, 2001, an institutional board of governors was established as required by SB 653 and 703. The board of governors powers and duties generally include: determining controlling supervisions and managing the financial, business and education policies and affairs of Concord, developing a master plan, demonstrating how the master plan will be used, developing goals and missions, and other items as directed by the legislation.
The board of governors is comprised of 12 people including: nine members appointed by the governor, a full-time member of the faculty, a member of the student body and a member of Concord’s classified employees.
Members of Concord’s governing board are: Dr. Deborah Akers, Princeton, W.Va.; James M. Brown, Beckley, W.Va.; Daniel C. Dunmyer, Princeton, W.Va.; Eugene V. Fife, Charlottesville, Va.; J. Franklin Long, Bluefield, W.Va.; Wayne Meisel, Princeton, N.J.; James L. Miller, board secretary, Princeton, W.Va.; R. T. “Ted” Rogers, Hinton, W.Va.; and Margaret Sayre, board chair, Beckley, W.Va. Other members include student representative Lydia Bennett, faculty representative Charles H. Brichford, and classified staff representative Linda Martin.
Minutes and information about board meetings may be accessed on the University’s web site, log on to www.concord.edu, click on “Administration” then “Board of Governors.”