The Yale Corporation continued to discuss the impact of the economic recession on Yale this weekend, during its fourth set of meetings of the year. The group of 16 fellows had a “fairly routine” agenda, University President Richard Levin said Friday. Vice President for Development Inge Reichenbach presented her strategy for fundraising during the recession to the Corporation on Friday. The fellows also heard from Yale College Dean Mary Miller, who presented an interim evaluation of the Committee on Yale College Education Report, detailing the progress made on each of the eight main goals enumerated by the 2003 committee. In a break from tradition, the Corporation did not approve a budget for the upcoming fiscal year this weekend; because the University was delayed in giving budget guidelines to employees, a final budget will not be approved until the Corporation’s final meeting of the year in June.