October 9, 2012

MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS

MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY

OCTOBER 9, 2012

1.                  Roll Call

Present-     Mr. Stephen Bough, Governor

Ms. Elizabeth Bradbury, Governor

Mr. Gordon Elliott, Chair of the Board

Mr. Peter Hofherr, Governor

Mr. Stephen B. Hoven, Governor

Ms. Paige Jenkins, Student Governor

Mr. Orvin Kimbrough, Vice-Chair of the Board

Ms. Beverly Miller, Governor  

Ms. Cathy Smith, Governor

Mr. John Winston, Governor

 

Also

Present-     John McAlear, Secretary of the Board

 2.                     Presiding --- The presiding officer for the meeting was Mr. Gordon Elliott, Chair of the Board of Governors.  He called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. in Carrington Hall Room 203 on the campus of Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.

 3.                     Closed Meeting --- It was determined that the Board of Governors needed to meet in a closed session to consider items of business provided in the Revised Statutes of Missouri.  Mr. Elliott asked if a resolution authorizing a closed meeting of the Board was prepared.  Thereupon, the following resolution was presented for consideration:

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Governors for Missouri State University that a closed meeting, with closed records and closed vote, be held immediately following this October 9, 2012, meeting of the Board of Governors to consider items of business pursuant to:            

  1. R.S.Mo. 610.021 (13).  “Individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment…”

Mr. Bough moved the approval of the resolution and Mr. Kimbrough seconded the motion.

A roll call vote on the motion was as follows:  those voting in favor – Governors Bough, Bradbury, Elliott, Hofherr, Hoven, Kimbrough, Miller, Smith, and Winston; those voting against the motion – none.

Mr. Elliott declared the resolution passed unanimously.

4.         Adjournment--- Mr. Elliott adjourned the meeting at 5:35 p.m., upon the motion of Ms. Bradbury, the second of Mr. Kimbrough, and the unanimous vote of the Board.

John W. McAlear