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of Trustees. He reported that Mr. Crosbie's attorney had submitted an
affidavit requesting that the Board acknowledge Mr. Crosbie's right to
serve as a member of the Board of Trustees. Based on the evidence in
the affidavit and upon the recommendation of Mr. Darsie, he said that,
in his opinion, Mr. Crosbie is entitled to be seated on the Board.
Mr. Lohman made the motion that the Board of Trustees declare Mr.
Crosbie a resident for the purpose of serving as a member of the
University of Kentucky Board of Trustees. He said that the students had
elected Mr. Crosbie to be the president of the Student Government
Association, and they would like to have him serve as their
representative on the Board of Trustees. His motion was seconded by
Professor Betts and carried. (See Residency Status of Scott Crobsie at
the end of the Minutes.)
E. President's Report to the Trustees (PR 1)
President Wethington called attention to the following items in
his report to the Trustees:
1. The James Graham Brown Foundation has given the
Sanders-Brown Center on Aging a gift of $500,000 to
initiate a three-year capital campaign for a new building
to complement the Center's existing building.
2. The U.S. News and World Report has ranked the College of
Medicine sixth in the nation for primary care.
3. Sean Lohman and Page Estes were nnaed the University's
outstanding male and female graduating students at Student
4. T. A. McKinney, a senior political science major, won top
honors for debate at the National Debate Tournament.
5. The Alumni Association announced its 1991 Great Teachers:
Bruce L. Beck, Jayne Cathcart Crisp, Mary M. Piascik, David
Watt and Leo F. Weddle.
6. Chancellor Hemenway has selected eight faculty members for
this year's Chancellor's Awards for Outstanding Teaching:
Joan Blythe, Jane S. Peters, Karl B. Raitz, Linda Kraus
Worley, Bruce L. Walcot, Lucia Guzzi, Timothy J. Dunn, and
Gail Mitchell Hoyt.
7. Professor Louis Swift received the Distinguished Professor
Award for 1991-92, the highest honor given to faculty in
8. The Gaines Center for the Humanities has received $425,000
from the Margrite and John R. Davis Foundation to help
restore the Center's third building at 218 East Maxwell
9. Lexington Community College has raised $100,000 to qualify
for a $100,000 federal challenge grant to enhance its