Bley-Vroman presided for about 20 minutes, with SEC members Kent, Lampe, Staff, Tiles and Ramsey present. Tiles lead the meeting after Bley-Vroman left.
Bley-Vroman reported about the Chancellor's Search Committee and other matters such as the President's pending decision about UARC. He then left to meet with an out-of-state consulting team that is reviewing facilities management.
Minutes were adopted for the Jan. 30 meeting (prepared by adjunct secretary Tiles).
A tentative agenda for the February Senate meeting was set.
VC Smatresk visited; he was queried about interactions between system and campus administrations.
The SEC explored numerous facets of the relation between system and campus.
Ramsey conveyed Professor J. Efird's report that the new medical school building in Kakaako has water leaks (Efird chairs CAB). The SEC decided to ask VC Cutshaw whether the new building has some kind of "contractor's warranty".