October 15, 2020
Kansas Board of Regents meeting university updates
Submitted by Communications and Marketing
The Kansas Board of Regents meeting on Oct. 14 included items related to Kansas State University. For more information on these items, see the October meeting agenda items announcement.
Report from the university CEOs
President Richard Myers shared updates including the university's COVID-19 numbers; K-State's record retention and graduation rates; the hiring of Claudia Petrescu, inaugural vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate School; fourth annual KSUnite event; and the College of Education's Rural Education Center USDA grant.
The Regents approved student health insurance benefits and premium rates for plan year 2021-2022.
The Regents approved a distribution from the Educational Building Fund. The EBF allocation for K-State for the data analysis and process development is $37,800.