H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k UK MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETING OF THE FULL BOARD September 17, 2004 Members Present: Bruce Broudy (’ 98), 73), 79R), Kristin Coppage (’ Tim Costich (’ Terry 83), 82), 87), Gevedon (’ Susan Griffith (‘ Bill Hoppenjans (’ Michael Huang (’ Kimberly 93), 97), 70), 71), 67), Hudson (’ Norris Jennings (’ Janet Jones (’ Sam Matheny (’ James McMahon 65), 92), 69), 70), (’ Richard Medley (’ Dean Midboe (’ Bill Mitchell (’ Lucian Moreman (’ 72), 92), 80), Jacqueline Noonan (faculty), Todd Prewitt (’ Michael Rankin (’ Art Rivard (’ Ziad 86), 03), 75), Sara (’ Pamela Webb (’ Sheila Woods (‘ 79) 07), 07), 05), Student Members: Jonathan Amspacher (’ Key Douthitt (’ Timothy McGhee (‘ 07) Dorathy Thomas (’ Dea, H.I. Stroth, Azam Mohiuddin Also Present: Melanie Jackson, Gina O’ s In, Dr. Dillard’ absence, President-Elect Todd Prewitt, M.D. called the meeting to order at 8:15pm and asked for introductions. He then made a motion to approve minutes from April 17, 2004 and August 21, 2004. s Treasurer’ Report s Dr. Hoppenjans gave the Treasurer’ Report. He was pleased to announce that the ending balance for 8/31/04 was $1,047,826.48, making the association a million-dollar organization. Discussed new scholarship endowment and goal to provide one full-tuition scholarship to each class. Membership Report Dr. Moreman gave the Membership Report. As of August 31, 2004, the association has 481 annual members and 794 life members. Noted that classes with low membership are clear on report. The medical school graduate membership average is 28 percent. He said he welcomes suggestions on improving membership numbers. Student Report Timothy McGhee gave the report for Brian Knox. Community projects students are currently working on include Raven Run Restoration and Salvation Army Clinic. He discussed the Practical Exam, which can be taken in only one of five cities across the nation. The cost is a s challenge for students at $1,000 (included in tuition). Travel costs come out of the student’ pocket. Scholarship & Grants Committee Report Dr. Costich gave the Scholarship & Grants Committee Report. He spoke about new scholarship directives. He said the new Wilson Enrichment Grant ties the association more closely to H H F-XC A N GE F-XC A N GE PD PD ! ! W W O O N N y y bu bu to to k k lic lic C C w w m m w w w w o o .d o .c .d o .c c u-tr a c k c u-tr a c k students. He said lifetime dues can be tax-deductible because they roll over in the scholarship account upon the death of the life member. Development Report H. I. Stroth gave the Development Report. As of August 31, 2004 the College of Medicine had raised $157.4 million against a goal of $101.8 million. Of that $157.4 million total, $121.1 was College of Medicine, $23.6 million was Markey Cancer Center and $12.7 was Center on Aging. The University goal of $600 million has been exceed and President Todd, having new initiatives to fund, decided to extend the campaign for four years to end in December, 2007. The new goal of $1 billion will officially be announced at the development luncheon in November. College Report s In Dr. Perman’ absence, H.I. Stroth gave the college report. There are 103 in the 2004 incoming class. The MCAT class average was 28.7 and the cumulative GPA was 3.64. The class has 42 women and 61 men with nearly 40% from rural areas in Kentucky. Other Business Board discussed holding pre-basketball-game receptions. Lack of interest in the opposing teams and the inconvenience of weekday games were noted. Dr. Hoppenjans made a motion not to hold any pre-game receptions this season. The motion passed with Pamela Webb dissenting. Dr. Prewitt adjourned the meeting at 9:15 p.m.