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October 2015

By Various Authors

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A record number of volunteers participated in the eighth annual “Serving the Community” project to refurbish Bailey STEM Magnet Middle Prep school in Nashville. Teams painted and built new furnishings for an outdoor classroom and dining area; the library; a parents’ resource center; and several public spaces at the school.


The President’s Reserve at Hermitage Golf Course was the venue for attendees to play golf. Tied at the first place were Calvin Jamison, Buz Moser, Tony Macluso, and Dale Kemp. Second place holders included Lisa Conza, Timothy Weiss, Aude Stewart, and Lance Lunsway.


At the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum—the venue for the opening event—attendees had a chance to mingle with each other and also take a journey through the history of country music.

The Expo was buzzing with attendees networking with peers and companies exhibiting their latest products and solutions.

A view of the Belmont mansion located on the Belmont University campus. Attendees took the opportunity to go on campus tours, including visits to Belmont University and Vanderbilt University.
Forty institutions displayed posters showcasing their energy-efficiency efforts.
NACUBO held it’s first-ever, by-invitation-only “Meeting of the Minds”—a session focused on discussing college and university economic model issues using a “hackathon” format and design-thinking methodology. During the 3 ½-hour session, 100 chief business officers and senior-level corporate partners were divided into 10 teams to identify, discuss, and offer solutions in support of the NACUBO Economic Models Project.
Ninety-five attendees participated in the 5K Fun Run held at the scenic Two Rivers Greenway.
Past board chair Ronald L. Rhames (left), president, Midlands Technical College, hands over the gavel to Gregg Goldman, senior vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer, University of Arizona, who became the 2015–16 chair of the NACUBO Board of Directors on August 1.
The annual meeting wrapped up with the “Down in Delta” event, which included a surprise “flash mob” by NACUBO staff and members.