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New legislative concept paper on institutional boards looks pretty good -- e.g. boards would include two faculty, one nominated by senate, one by union. Good set of guiding principles on page 1, then enough substantive powers (hiring/firing president, bonding authority) in the meat. Only screwy thing is that the SBHE and HECC must approve new programs *and* courses.http://www.leg.state.or.us/committees/exhib2web/2011interim/JUG/07192012meetingmaterials/Exhibits/1_FrameworkforLC.pdflinked from PGA story athttp://gcr.uoregon.edu/newsletter/article/special-committee-releases-draft-legislation-institutional-boards-frohnmayer-and-
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