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Governor Scott created the University of North Carolina Board of Governors to oversee the University of North Carolina system.
C. C. Cameron of Charlotte, former chairman and CEO of First Union Corporation, was elected chairman of the UNC System Board of Governors in July, 1996.
The UNC Board of Governors held an 'open' meeting in which they closed three UNC System centers. No students, however, were allowed into the 'open' meeting.
North Carolina’s constitution gives state lawmakers authority over the University of North Carolina System, but its governing board has traditionally rejected politics. The board rejecting politics may longer be normal as ties between state lawmakers and the Board of Governors have strengthened. The recent actions of the Board of Governors and their political ties and influences are examined.
At just five and half years at the helm of the UNC Board of Governors, C.D. Spangler, Jr. is already showing resilience and determination. Following in the footsteps of revered UNC President Emeritus William C. Friday, Spangler is dealing with the good and the bad of the highly acclaimed University of North Carolina System.