Change in Status
Mildred Elouise Legg, Admissions Clerk, Dean of Admissions, to Catalog
Assistant, Library, beginning March 1, 1960, ending June 30, 1960.
On motion duly made, seconded and carried, on President Dickeyv s recom-
mendation, the Board of Trustees concurred in the above appointments, reap-
pointments, salary adjustments, leaves of absence, resignations, promotions and
other staff changes, and record was ordered made in the minutes.
T. Change of Name of Department of Air Science.
President Dickey stated that he desired to take up two or three items
which had come to his office too late to get on the agenda. He reported that the
Department of Air Science of the College of Arts and Sciences, concurred in by
the Department of Defense, wished to change the name of the Department of Air
Science to the Department of Aerospace Science. He gave some arguments for
the change that had been advanced by Colonel R. W. Boughton, of the Office of
Air Science at the University. He recommended that the name be changed.
Upon motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Depart-
ment of Air Science was changed to the Department of Aerospace Science,
College of Arts and Sciences.
U. Graduate Faculty Increased.
President Dickey stated that he had a recommendation from Dr. A. D. Kir-
wan, Dean of the Graduate School, recommending that Professor D. Milton Shuf-
felt, Associate Economist and Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics,
and Professor Prasad K. Kadaba, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering,
be appointed to the Graduate Faculty.
President Dickey concurred in the recommendation, and upon motion
duly made, seconded and carried, Associate Professor D. Milton Shuffett and
Associate Professor Prasad K. Kadaba were authorized appointed members
of the Graduate Faculty.
V. E. B. Farris to Do Consultation Work.
President Dickey submitted a request from the National Federation Con-
suIting Service, of Chicago, that Mr. E. B. Farris, Chief Engineer, make a
survey of the maintenance and operation facilities and procedures at Furman
University. He stated that the work would be done in approximately three days,
during Mr. Farris' period of vacation. The Chairman ruled that, without
objection, the request would be so granted.