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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

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Office of the President April 7, 1970 Members, Board of Trustees: REORGANIZATION OF CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Recommendations: (1) that the following titles in the central administration be eliminated effective July 1, 1970: Executive Vice President, Vice President for Research (the title Dean of the Graduate School remains as a separate entity), Provost, and Special Assistant to the President. It is further recom- mended that the following new titles be created: Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Institutional Planning, and Vice President for Administration. (2) that the following appointments be made effective July 1, 1970: Vice President for Academic Affairs -- Dr. Lewis W. Cochran Vice President for Institutional Planning -- Dr. A. D. Albright Vice President for Administration -- Dr. Alvin L. Morris (3) effective immediately, that the title Dean of the Community College System be changed to Vice President--Community College System and that Dr. Ellis F. Hartford be appointed to that office. Background: After observing the operation of the existing organizational structure for nearly a year, it is proposed that the central administration be reorganized as shown on the attached organizational chart. The primary basis of the reorganization is the assignment of new titles and responsibilities to individuals who already serve in the central administration. In general terms, a new emphasis is placed on academic administration for the Division of Colleges and for undergraduate education. New provisions are made for the management of data concerning students and their educational experiences, for evaluation of instructional programs, and for long range plan- ning. Administrative support for the President's Office is broadened. And finally, the Community College System is given more prominent representation in the central administration. Specific duties of each of the officers will be provided in subsequent Adminis- trative Regulations. Action: Approved X Disapproved Other Date: April 7 , 1970