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Bobby Ukrop has resigned from the Board of Trustees, with those close to the situation citing lack of transparency in the soccer and track cuts as the reason.
Despite board member Bobby Ukrop’s presentation at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting, no additional vote was made on the cutting of men’s soccer and track.
Bobby Ukrop will present the UR Board of Trustees with an argument in favor of reinstating the men’s soccer and track teams at Friday’s board meeting.
View photos from Sunday’s UR Save Our Sports Forum, where students, faculty, athletes, alumni and parents gathered to discuss the recent track and soccer cuts.
UR community members gathered for the UR Save Our Sports Forum, where Pres. Ayers spoke and fielded questions about the decision to cut men’s soccer and track.
The Board of Trustees approved $5 million for construction of a new student activities center, a courtyard and eight non-residential cottages to be completed in time for Homecoming next year.
When Newcomb officially turns over his position, he said he planned to take a one-year sabbatical and return to the classroom in August 2012 as a professor of psychology.
The University of Richmond employee who made the most money during the 2008-2009 academic year was someone most students have never even heard of.
The University of Richmond Board of Trustees elected two new members – Judge Roger L. Gregory, and Richmond 1983 alumna and Procter & Gamble executive Melanie Liddle Healey
Michelle E. Wamsley will become the assistant vice president of foundation, corporate and government relations for the University of Richmond Sept. 16.