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4 > Image 4 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 63, no. 2, 1993

Part of Kentucky alumnus

I ! 1 I I I . I , . I . Q ., 4. I {VW l A V V _~ _VJ V 'V , -V ` ,' __A_. I I I r ~~ I A V I ` e 4 M ' V. ' ` *2.21 ;` I 1 ~ \_ 2 V vi . J ,.. _- `V i ?: ''V/ " . . `Vi _ , ; I _ r E l 4 ` I V_;jw;r" . 71 I 1 E V _ ~ iz -.;:~ V =z is A vi > #- . V I . 1%;; K gi A _ ____ _; ,,; V. .* I V I _Llg\V V f i Ul. V f-.V'* iwggl _`; I 1 ;V . . 1 . = . is *r2> % A *. * . sx I ..2 " " I 'I ' : *V ~ )` I I li`}: il I t w, _($) { I. V ; V Vl, V l V= - "7 I .` - I J . $2=. -- A ., I I 4 wr We. , , . V . .. ** V = * . 2- = . I l The 1993 Great Dqvid M. Olsfer, His- " " ' . bilities that comprise the workload of I O O I _ _ _ l Th" "{' h' '"Y/H""$ P"' vI$IOI'I {Of 'IIIG FlI'I'I.IIE I faculty in the university system and cred with lun- grum; Cynthia E. V V V VV I ll h f d . . cheon t the King Barber, Lexington . SPC Out [ 6 Process Pr Fmflmmng Alumni House. Here CommunilyCoIIege; The UK Board of Trustees has 5 a D1fferent1ated Distribution of V Y"h P""d'" ld MlY/ P{d' approved a strategic plan setting the I Effort for each faculty member and Wethinglon ure the uch Community . . , f _ h f. l h d . l . ,, honoreesllmmlelll Ccllegelvemell university s goals O1 t e next ive V eac e ucationa unit. Joel M. Lee, College Lurkin-Bussell, Hop- years and a first-ever UK faculty work- 1 VV*V iici ' V V VVVW '''' V V V . _ I I f A"'d HI'h k'""2IilC'"";'*l?' load policy statement. GOIIIQ "I"0III TWO 'I'0 FOIIP I o e e, n . , lcmis Holler, Among other goals, the strategic E V VVVVV VV VVV'VVVVVVVV V VVVV l Depr1ment of plan calls for UK to: I A new national survey shows the l5I;;:{:Y Tl'll;K Increase its private donations to University of Kentucky community col- i ssociui n . . . . . has presenled llw $25 lUlll101] annually from the current lege system ranks high in companson to I wrds since 1961. rate ofabout $528 million; other states in the number of students Ph* by K" Gd Complete construction of the transferring to four-year institutions. l new libraiy by 1996; The survey shows 36.1 percent of l Increase to $5120 million each year 1 Kentuckys community college stu- ` the amount of research grant money dents who began their studies in attracted b the universi s facul ; i 1987, and com leted at least four col- } P Increase graduate enrollment to lege credit courses, transferred to a 5,500 students and doctoral enroll- l state college or university. The nation- 1 lllelit to 1,850. I al average was 22 percent, according Other enrollment goals for the to the data. 1 university were also established. Tony Newberry, vice chancellor for I The university`s first faculty work- academic affairs for the UK commu- I load policy statement was designed by nity college system, said, We are very j a faculty committee headed by geog- pleased with the results. They verify ra yhy rofessor, Karl Raitz. what we have known all alon . _ I . P S Raitz said the faculty policy state- Community college counselors and ment "clescribes the diverse responsi- faculty are doing an excellentjob in I I 2 lieiitiirki .\luumu~ Summer ]9Q3 ~ I I I