Student Centers Board of Directors
April 16, 2012

Jonathon Smith, President, called the meeting to order at 6pm. He welcomed members as for some this is the final meeting of the 2011-2012 academic year and for others, the first meeting of the 2012-2013 academic year.

Members then went around the meeting room to introduce themselves and to indicate whether this was their first, last, or returning year with the board. Roll was taken in this manner.

Present: J. Smith, M. Barnhill, E. Ericksen, P. Megginson, K. Rollinson, C. Wade, K. Harris, S. Price, A. Hartill, K. Stickland, M. Clayton, S. Melton, A. Miller, D. Cunningham, C. Cohn, E. Scott, K. Green, L. Skully, J. Woodard, M. Giancola, J. Kunnappillil.

Absent: T. Hogan (excused), B. Bryson, F. Fulford, S. Gaskin, A. Howard, N. Ralston.

There was a motion to approve the previous minutes as read. The motion was seconded and passed.

Reports of Officers:

Treasurer, Parker Megginson- Presented the reviewed and corrected budget for the 2012-2013 academic year. He pointed out line items 302 and 402, as the remaining money was split between those two items (facilities project and general board projects).

Secretary, Emily Ericksen- None.

Vice- President, Matthew Barnhill- None.

Jonathon Smith, President- Transition is going well.  Beginning on April 17, 2012, the BOD listserv, email, etc. will be transitioned over to Sarah Price, the new president.

Reports of Standing Committees:

Programming, Caitlin Cohn- Announced the winner of the Programming Committee’s competition to recognize a particular student center who has done outstanding work on campus. The winner, following a vote of the board members, was the Crafts Center.

Facilities Committee, Kevin Rollinson- Reminded the board of the Facilities Committee’s project to put lights in Witherspoon Student center.

Budget Committee, Parker Megginson- Gave the board details of the upcoming Ronald McDonald house service project on April 20th. The dinner will be homemade pizza and will be cooked off campus and brought to WakeMed hospital. He announced that an e-mail will be sent out with the details of the afternoon.

Unfinished Business

It was moved to approve the budget, revised by the Budget Committee, for the 2012-2013 academic year. The motion was seconded and passed unanimously.

Following, the board officers as well as Caitlin Cohn, chair of the Facilities Committee, recognized the Crafts Center for being voted as an outstanding student center, by presenting them with a plaque.   George Thomas, Director of the Crafts Center, thanked the group for this honor and expressed his program’s commitment to student service and excellence.

Jonathon then recognized the board officers and committee chairs with a plaque and gifts, respectively.

He then recognized the work of all the board members by presenting them with a water bottle displaying the BOD emblem.

Finally, Alex Miller recognized Jonathon Smith for his work as president by presenting him with an individual gift.

 

At this point, Jonathon Smith, 2011-2012 President, then transferred the chair and the powers thereof to Sarah Price, 2012-2013 President.

Her first order of business was to take role of the new board members and representatives.

Secondly, she suggested that due to a lack of attendance as well as a lack of At- Large representatives, the new board postpone the election of the offices of Secretary and Treasurer until the next meeting.  The motion was made, seconded, and then passed.

Sarah took nominations for vice-president. Kelly Harris nominated Kevin Rollinson, which was then seconded. No other nominations for the position were made. Kevin left the room so that discussion and voting could occur. There was no discussion and he was unanimously elected to the office of Vice- President.

The reports of advisors were then given.

Sarah informed the board members that there were now four at-large board seats open if anyone knew of students who might be interested in serving on the board. She then allowed every member a chance to make comments or announcements respective to their organizations.

Kevin Rollinson moved to adjourn the meeting at 6:50pm. The motion was seconded and passed. Members were then invited to stay for refreshments.