Office of the President
April 3, 1979
Members, Board of Trustees:
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT
I. Appointments and/or Other Staff Changes
Recommendations: (1) that approval be given to the appoint-
ments and/'or other staff changes which require Board
action; and (2) that the report relative to appointments
and/or changes already approved by the administration be
Background: The following recommended appointments and/or
other staff changes require approval by the Board of Trustees
in accordance with Part VIII-B of the Governing Regulations
of the University. These recommendations are transmitted
to the Board by the appropriate vice president through the
President and have his concurrence.
Under the Governing Regulations the authority to make
certain appointments and/or other staff changes is delegated
to the President or other administrators who are required
to report their actions to the Board. This report follows
the recommendations requiring Board approval.
Alvis, John M., Instructor, Department of Accounting, College of
Business and Economics, 8/16/79 through 5/15/80.
Boxill, Bernard R., Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy,
College of Arts and Sciences, 8/16/79 through 5/15/81.
Dougherty, Charles T., Associate Professor, Department of Agronomy,
College of Agriculture, 12/1/78 through 6/30/80.
Fay, Charles, Instructor, Department of Business Administration,
College of Business and Economics, 8/16/79 through 5/15/80.
Fenichel, Carol Jane, Assistant Professor, College of Library Science,
8/16/79 through 5/15/80.
Godshalk, M. Fredrica, Assistant Professor, Department of
Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, 3/1/79 through 6/30/80.
Hyde, Gordon L., Associate Professor, Department of Surgery,
College of Medicine, 3/1/79 through 6/30/80.
Jacques, Robert Mark, Assistant Extension Professor*, Department of
Agronomy, College of Agriculture, 3/12/79 through 6/30/80.
Kubert, Daniel S., Associate Professor, (with tenure), Department
of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences, effective
McMillin, William Douglas, Assistant Professor, Department of
Economics, College of Business and Economics, 8/16/79 through
*Special Title Series