The University of Findlay’s Board of Trustees met on Friday, Oct. 25, for its quarterly meeting.
Trustees approved an audit report and a new Fraud Risk Assessment Policy.
Melissa Duflock, a 1989 Findlay graduate, was approved as a member of the Board of Trustees for 2013-2016.
In addition, trustees were updated on the continued preparation for the Nov. 10-12 visit from the accrediting team of the Higher Learning Commission.
The Hancock County Prosecutor’s Office recognized the University for its contributions in helping to reduce opiate and prescription drug abuse in the community. “Since the inception of the task force in May of 2010, The University of Findlay has stood at the forefront in providing the leadership and expertise to help draw awareness to the abuse of medications,” wrote Mark Miller, Hancock County prosecutor and Drug Abuse Task Force member.
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