WVU board to talk real estate, competition Friday
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The West Virginia University Board of Governors is going to discuss real estate, the spending of public dollars and commercial competition later this week.
Those are the topics on the agenda for a closed-door session Friday in Morgantown. Board Chairman Drew Payne may report on the discussions publicly afterward.
The board has a full slate for the day after the executive session, including approval of a new master's degree program in periodontics.
It will also discuss possible changes to the policies on students' rights and responsibilities, students' academic rights and the student code of conduct.
Those will likely be discussed later in the day.