The Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System approved the following requests:

ACADEMIC & STUDENT AFFAIRS
Grambling: proposed reorganization of Division of Academic Affairs.
La Tech: Proposal for a Bachelor of Science in Cyber Engineering.
La Tech: Letter of Intent for a Doctor of Philosophy degree program in Molecular Sciences and Nanotechnology.
Nicholls: award an Honorary Doctorate of Commerce to Mr. John D. Folse at the Fall 2011 Commencement Exercises.
Northwestern: award an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to Mr. Earl J. Barbry at the Fall 2011 Commencement Exercises.
UL: Proposal for a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering.
UL Monroe: Cooperative Endeavor Agreements with four international universities.

ATHLETIC
Southeastern: contract with Mr. Jay Artigues, Head Baseball Coach, effective June 1, 2011.
Southeastern: contract with Mr. Tim Baldwin, Head Golf Coach, effective June 1, 2011.
Southeastern: contract with Ms. Lori Davis Jones, Women’s Basketball Head Coach, effective June 1, 2011.
UL Monroe: complimentary ticket policy.

AUDIT
UL System: Fiscal Year 2010-11 Financial and Compliance Representation Letters for La Tech, Nicholls, Northwestern, Southeastern and UL.

FACILITIES PLANNING
La Tech: name Hideaway Park the Garland Gregory Hideaway Park.
La Tech: amend resolution to execute a land swap.
McNeese: enter into a Ground Lease Agreement and Agreement to Lease with Option to Purchase with Cowboy Facilities, Inc. to develop and construct a parking garage on the campus.
Nicholls: name the Drilling Fluids Laboratory in honor of the late John. L. “Bubba” Hale.
Nicholls: name 310 Gouaux Hall in honor of the late Harold C. “Charlie” Poche, Jr.
Northwestern: name the NSU Multi-Purpose Pavilion “Collins Pavilion.”
UL: ratification of the Crowne Plaza Lease for Emergency Student Housing.
UL: demolish two residential facilities, Mildred Street House A and Mildred Street House B (adjacent to the UL Continuing Education building on Johnston).
UL Monroe: name the Administration Building the George T. Walker Building.