Naming of Indoor Practice Facility, UO
UO requests Board authorization to name the new athletic Indoor Practice Facility the "Ed Moshofsky Sports Center" to honor him for his long association with UO. The Moshofskys have committed $2 million for the construction of the facility.
Naming of Health & P.E. Building, PSU
PSU requests authorization to name the existing Health and P.E. building the "Peter W. Stott Center" in honor of Mr. Stott. He attended PSU, has been a major contributor to the PSU athletic program, has recently made a $1 million challenge grant to PSU, and will serve as co-chair for PSU's $3 million athletic capital and scholarship campaign.
B.S. in Mathematics & Computer Science (Joint Major), UO
This program is a combination of two current UO degrees and would respond to needs of the high-tech industry and enable graduates to directly enter industrial positions or pursue advanced programs of study in either discipline.
B.S. in Management, OIT
This degree responds to increasing opportunities and demand for managers trained in small business management. It would provide opportunities for working, placebound students as well as serve to attract groups of students not currently well represented in higher education.
Ph.D. in Radiation Health Physics, OSU
The proposed program, which focuses on the protection of humans and their environment from the harmful effects of radiation, would be the only program of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Regional need for individuals with this degree is high, with employment options in both public and private sectors.
Student Racial/Ethnic Diversity in OSSHE
This report describes the racial and ethnic make-up of OSSHE students and compares previous enrollment data with current information. First-time freshmen data are also reported.
Valuing Diversity: Student Perceptions of Campus Climate in OSSHE
This report presents the results of an OSSHE campus climate survey, exploring many dimensions of student perceptions related to race and ethnicity on campus. Included in the report are implications for policy development.
Status of the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program
This annual report updates the Board on Oregon's experience with the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program, established by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) in 1988. WUE has proven to be a popular program as demonstrated by the increasing participation rates.
Human Resources Information System (HRIS)
This status report describes the HRIS project and the implementation timeline. The project is proceeding according to schedule and within a revised, lower budget.