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Sept. 24, 2004 News Conference with Board of Regents Chair Will D. Davis

Sept. 24, 2004
(News and Events)

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The Baylor University Board of Regents on Friday voted unanimously to decline a request by the universityĘs Faculty Senate to conduct a faculty referendum on President Robert B. Sloan Jr.Ęs leadership. The board also elected not to take a vote on SloanĘs status as president.

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