Winthrop University: Board of Trustees - Resolution Regarding Performance Evaluation of President Anthony J. DiGiorgio (06/05/09)
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WHEREAS, in accordance with Board Bylaws the Executive Committee met in Executive Session on May 20, 2009 to conduct the annual performance review of the President of Winthrop University as mandated by the State Agency Head Salary Commission; and

WHEREAS, the Executive Committee reviewed the responses to the State Agency Head Performance Survey submitted by the individual Trustees and reviewed the President's performance in terms of the Performance Planning Objectives; and

WHEREAS, the Executive Committee noted President DiGiorgio's leadership has been characterized by the belief that "a good university is a pervasively good university" — a maxim that demands attention to detail and a shared commitment to excellence across the institution, applying equally to those who guide student learning and those who maintain campus grounds, and every position in between; and

WHEREAS, the Executive Committee concluded that President DiGiorgio should receive a rating of "Exceeds Expectations" in the Board's formal evaluation to be submitted to the State Agency Head Salary Commission based on his stewardship of which distinguishes Winthrop University from other universities, leading to third-parties recognizing Winthrop as one of the best of its kind in the nation; and

THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED that in its formal evaluation of the performance of Anthony J. DiGiorgio as President of Winthrop University to be submitted to the State Agency Head Salary Commission, based on the transformation of Winthrop into a national caliber university, the continued excellence in terms of accountability and performance over the course of his leadership, and his service to higher education in South Carolina, President DiGiorgio will receive a rating of "Exceeds Expectations" and will be recommended to receive the maximum available salary increase offered by the Commission for 2009-2010.

June 5, 2009

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