Summer programs, plans to be discussed

The Council of University Planning and Budgeting will discuss summer programs at Eastern during its meeting today. Dan Nadler, vice president for student affairs, will lead the discussion.

The council will meet at 3 p.m. in the 1895 Room of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union.

Nadler said his presentation will be about the background of summer camps and conferences, as well as the different people that they have brought to campus through these programs.

“I’ll be taking (the CUPB) through a little history of the camps and conferences here,” Nadler said.

The council is responsible for setting priorities for programs in the university budget, reviewing the university budget and overseeing the university planning process.

Nadler said this presentation will be giving the CUPB more perspective in moving forward.

Karla Evans, the executive director of philanthropy and CUPB chair, said she believes this particular presentation will be meaningful for the CUPB.

“This is a topic that CUPB will hear about because of its impact on the overall university budget, a topic that CUPB as a shared governance council was formed to assist the president in budget and planning issues,” Evans said

Roger Beck, a history professor, will also give the CUPB an update on the faculty and staff campaign.

Strategic planning, as well as updates from facilities and planning, is also on the agenda for today’s meeting.

Mel Boydston can be reached at 581-7942 or [email protected].