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[3] > Image [3] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1990-03-apr3.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

- 3 - E. President's Report to the Trustees (PR 1) Interim President Wethington called attention to the following items in PR 1: April 11 - Dedication of the Bruce Poundstone Agriculture Regulatory Services Building April 20 - Dedication of the Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems Aprii 22 - Reception for recently promoted/tenured faculty and recipients of awards on Honors Day April 24 - University of Kentucky Honors Day May 6 - University of Kentucky Commencement In concluding his report, Interim President Wethington called attention to the University Hospital having received verification as a Level I Trauma Center. He noted that other items were available in the report for the Board's perusal. F. 5ingletarv and-Matthews Fellowships Awed Dr. Daniel R. Reedy, Singletary/Matthews Advisory Committee Chairs provided background information and explained the nominations/application process for the W. L. Matthews and Otis A. Singletary Fellowships. He reported that the recipients of the fellowships rank at the top of their graduating class and have also been very much involved in the activities of the University outside the classroom. He noted that the recipients will continue their studies at the University of Kentucky in the College of Medicine, College of Law and in the Graduate School. He recognized the following recipients and briefly stated facts about each of them: Mr. Steven Ray Armstrong - W. L. Matthews Fellowship Mr. Mark Stanley Baker - Otis A. Singletary Fellowship Ms. Zheng Liu - Otis A. Singletary Fellowship Mr. Stephen W. McNatton - Otis A. Singletary Fellowship Mr. Ockerman extended congratulations to the recipients for their outstanding achievements, following which they were given a round of applause. Interim President Wethington expressed his congratulations to them for the significant honor they had achieved and wished them well as they continue their studies at the University of Kentucky.