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     Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, May 2, 1995.

     The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00 p.m.
(Lexington time) on Tuesday, May 2, 1995 in the Board Room on the 18th
floor of Patterson Office Tower.

      A.   Meein   Dged

      Governor Edward T. Breathitt, Chairperson, called the meeting to order
at 1:00 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Ted Bates.

      B.   Roll Call

      The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call of
the roll: Governor Edward T. Breathitt (Chairperson), Mr. Ted Bates,
Mrs. Kay Shropshire Bell, Mr. Paul W. Chellgren, Mr. Robert N. Clay, Mr.
James F. Hardymon, Professor Loys L. Mather, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Mrs.
Elissa Plattner, Professor Deborah Powell, Mr. C. Frank Shoop, Mrs. Marian
Moore Sims, Professor John Sistarenik, Mr. William B. Sturgill, Mr. Daniel C.
Ulmer, Mrs. Lois C. Weinberg, Mr. Martin Welenken, and Mr. Billy B.
Wilcoxson. Absent from the meeting were Mr. Scott A. Crosbie and Mr.
Steven S. Reed. The University administration was represented by President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Ben W. Carr and James W. Holsinger;
Assistant Chancellor James Chapman; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch,
Edward A. Carter, and Eugene Williams; Acting Vice President Delwood
Collins; Robert G. Lawson, Assistant to the President for Administrative
Affairs; George J. DeBin, Assistant to the President for Fiscal Affairs; Dr.
Juanita Fleming, Special Assistant for Academic Affairs; and Mr. Richard E.
Plymale, General Counsel.

      Members of the various news media were also in attendance. A
quorum being present, the Chairperson declared the meeting officially open
for the conduct of business at 1:03 p.m.

      C    Approval of Minutes

      Governor Breathitt said that the Minutes of the Board meeting on
April 4, 1995 had been distributed and asked for any additions or corrections.
Mr. Ulmer moved that the Minutes be approved as distributed. Mr. Shoop
seconded the motion and it carried.




 








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      D.   Meeting Dates

      Governor Breathitt called attention to the 1995-96 Schedule for
Meetings of the Board of Trustees and stated that the members would receive
notices prior to the meetings.

      E.   President's Report to the Board of Trustees (PR 1)

      President Wethington called attention to the following items in PR 1:

      1. Former President Otis A. Singletary will be the speaker at UK's
         128th Commencement Exercises at 2:30 p.m. on May 7th in
         Memorial Coliseum.

      2. Nancy B. Johnson, professor and chair of the business and related
         technologies division at Maysville Community College, has been
         named an American Council on Education Fellow for the 1995-96
         academic year.

      3. Lee A. Edgerton, associate professor of animal sciences, is the
         academic ombud for the 1995-96 academic year.

      4. Five alumni of the UK College of Engineering have been inducted
         into the College's Hall of Distinction. They are: James F.
         Hardymon, Robert M. Drake, Jr., James F. McDonald, Carl J.
         McHargue, and Oliver H. Raymond.

      5. Paul Skiermont, a pre-law senior from Omaha, Nebraska, has won
         the nation's top debating award for the second consecutive year.

      6. Gregory Turay II, a music senior from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
         recently was named one of 10 winners in the New York
         Metropolitan Opera's National Council Competition.

      7, The UK Martin School of Public Policy and Administration has
         been ranked 27th among 223 public administration graduate
         programs across the nation by U.S. News and World Report
         magazine.

      President Wethington asked the members to read the other important
and interesting items in the report at their leisure.




 





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      F.   Personnel Actions (PR 2)

      President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments, actions and/or other staff changes which require Board action;
and that the report relative to appointments and/or changes already
approved by the administration be accepted. Mrs. Bell moved approval. Her
motion, seconded by Mr. Welenken, carried. (See PR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      G.   Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 4A)

      President Wethington recommended that the degrees specified in
PR 4A be awarded to the persons named, upon certification that the
requirements for those degrees have been satisfactorily completed. Professor
Sistarenik moved approval. The motion, seconded by Mrs. Weinberg, passed.
(See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

      H.   Candidates for Degrees - University System (PR 5A)

      President Wethington said that PR 5A is a companion document. The
recommendation is that the President be authorized to confer upon each
individual whose name appears on the attached list the degree to which he or
she is entitled upon certification by the University Registrar that the
individual has satisfactorily completed all requirements for the degree for
which application has been made and as approved by the University Senate.
Professor Mather moved approval. His motion was seconded by Mr. Shoop
and carried. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

      I.    Appointment of Dean of Education (PR 5B)

      President Wethington said that PR 5B is a recommendation for the
appointment of the Dean of the College of Education. He asked Dr. Chapman
to comment on PR 5B.

      Dr. Chapman reported that following Dr. John Harris' announcement
of his desire to return to teaching and scholarly research interests, a search
committee was appointed to identify and recommend qualified persons for
the Dean's position. Hie said that Dr. Shirley C. Raines is ideally suited for the
intense focus now being placed on education in Kentucky. She received
enthusiastic support from across the college and was strongly supported by
the search committee. He reviewed Dr. Raines' credentials, noting that she
currently serves as professor and chairperson of the Department of Childhood
Education/Language Arts/Reading at the University of South Florida. He
expressed pleasure in recommending the appointment of Dr. Raines as the
seventh Dean of the College of Education.




 





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      President Wethington recommended that Dr. Shirley C. Raines be
appointed as Dean of the College of Education, effective July 1, 1995. Mrs.
Sims moved approval. Mrs. Weinberg seconded the motion and it passed
unanimously. Dr. Raines was asked to stand and be recognized, following
which she received a round of applause. (See PR 5B at the end of the
minutes.)

      President Wethington thanked Dean John Harris for his strong
leadership and the service he has given and will continue to give to the
University. He asked Dean Harris to stand and be recognized, following
which he received a round of applause.

      J.    Appointment of University Registrar (PR 5()

      President Wethington asked Dr. Chapman to also comment on the
appointment of the University Registrar.

      Dr. Chapman reported that Ms. Huff is currently the Director of
Enrollment Services at California State University of San Marcos. He
reviewed Ms. Huff's credentials and said that she was strongly recommended
by the search committee and the other faculty, staff, and administrators who
met with the candidates. He said that they were quite impressed with Ms.
Huff's concepts of serving today's students: being planners, technology
experts, data analysts, resource managers, and accountable for the use of
public funds. He expressed pleasure in recommending the appointment of
Ms. Huff as the tenth Registrar in the history of the University of Kentucky.

      President Wethington recommended that Ms. Betty J. Huff be
appointed Cs University Registrar, effective July 1, 1995. Dr. Meriwether
moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, passed. (See PR 5C at
the end of the Minutes.)

      K.    Elimination of Physicians' Services Plan and Provisions for
Supplemental Compensation Under the Physicians' Service Plan (PR 6A)

      President Wethington recommended that the Board of Trustees
eliminate the Physicians' Services Plan as described in AR 11-7.0-1 and the
Administrative Regulations related to that Plan, which are identified as
AR II-7.0-1 and AR 11-7.0-2 and entitled "Physicians' Services Plan" and
"Provisions for Supplemental Compensation Under the Physicians' Service
Plan" respectively. He explained that there is a new Physicians' Services Plan
and a plan for supplemental compensation which have previously been
approved by the Board. The old Plan was retained for those who did not elect
to practice under the more recently adopted University Health Service
Physicians' Practice Plan, and it was to be eliminated once there was no one in




 







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the old Plan. Dr. Powell seconded the motion and it carried. (See PR 6A at
the end of the Minutes.)

     L    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Nine Months Ended March 31. 1995 (FCR 1)

      Mr. Hardymon, Chairperson of the Finance Committee, reported that
the Finance Committee met at 11:00 a.m. with a quorum and considered
twelve items. He said that FCR 1 is a recommendation that the Board accept
the University of Kentucky consolidated financial report for the nine months
ended March 31, 1995. He reviewed the realized income, expenditures and
commitments and stated that the report is on track. On motion made by Mr.
Hardymon, seconded by Professor Mather and carried, FCR I was approved.
(See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

      M.    Report of Leases (FCR 2)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept the President's Report of
the lease agreements in accordance with Board policy. He commented on the
leases in the report and said that the leases did not exceed $30,000 in value.
Mr. Shoop seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      N.    Capital Construction Report (FCR 3)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Capital Construction Report for the
nine months ending March 31, 1995 be accepted. He noted that the report
refers only to projects that had activity within the quarter. He said that the
staff is working on the format of the report to provide more meaningful
information for the Committee to do their job. He said that the Finance
Committee reviewed the projects in the report and things are going according
to plan. His motion, seconded by Professor Mather, carried. (See FCR 3 at the
end of the Minutes.)

      0.    Confirmation of 1995-96 Tuition Schedule (FCR 4)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board confirm changes in the tuition
schedule as adopted by the Council on Higher Education and establish
corresponding part-time and summer school charges under the guidelines of
the Council on Higher Education. He reported that the change is
approximately a 3.7% increase, certainly smaller than in the past and more in
keeping with what the University is trying to do in holding down cost
increases to students. Mr. Shoop seconded the motion and it passed. (See
FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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     P.   Mandatory Registration Fee Schedule 1995-96 (FCR 5)

     Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board approve the Mandatory
Registration Fee Schedule for 1995-96 which is to remain in effect until
changes are approved by the Board. He reported that the Finance Commitee
reviewed the proposed minor changes and the Fee Schedule is less than a 2%
increase. He said that the Finance Committee had a discussion on the
importance of the technology part of the fees and it is certainly making the
campus and the community colleges more user friendly to computers. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Sturgill and carried. (See FCR 5 at the end of the
Minutes.)

     Q.   Room and Board Rates 1995-96 School Year (FCR 6)

     Mr. Hardymon moved that the room and board rates for University
Housing be adjusted as proposed in FCR 6 to become effective the fall
semester 1995. He reported that the Finance Committee had a long
presentation on FCR 6. He reviewed the rates and noted that the increase is
less than 1.7%. Mr. Welenken seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 6
at the end of the Minutes.)

      R.   Patent Assignment (FCR 7)

      Mr. Hardymon said that the Finance Committee had a lengthy
discussion about the patent assignment. He said that three scientists from
the College of Medicine, Robert Dickson, Robert Lester and M. Marek Nagiec,
have invented certain improvements in a technique for specifying the fatty
acid at the SN2 position of acylglycerol lipids. He moved that the Board
approve FCR 7. His motion was seconded by Mrs. Weinberg and carried. (See
FCR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)

      S.    Alliant Health System Gift and Pledge (FCR 8)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a gift of $50,000 and a
pledge of $50,000 from Alliant Health System of Louisville, Kentucky to
Jefferson Community College. The $50,000 pledge will be paid in equal
installments in March of 1996 and 1997. Alliant Health System was founded
in 1989 as a result of the merger of three Louisville hospitals. Professor
Sistarenik seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 8 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      T.    Brown Badgett. Sr. Gift and Pledge (FCR 9)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a gift of $50,000 and a
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the Madisonville Community College Partners in Progress Major Gifts
Campaign. He said that Mr. Badgett is a Madisonville businessman and is
serving as honorary co-chairman of the Madisonville Community College's
Partners in Progress Campaign. He noted that the gift is unrestricted and the
pledge is to be paid in annual payments over four years. His motion,
seconded by Mrs. Bell, carried. ( See FCR 9 at the end of the Minutes.)

     U.   Rogers Badgett Pledge (FCR 10)

     Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a pledge of $250,000 from
Mr. Rogers Badgett, of Madisonville, Kentucky to the Madisonville
Community College Partners in Progress Major Gifts Campaign. He said that
Mr. Badgett is also a Madisonville businessman and his pledge of $250,000 is
to be paid over a five-year period beginning in 1995. Again, this gift is
unrestricted. Mr. Shoop seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 10 at
the end of the Minutes.)

      V.   Estate of Robert C. May (FCR 11)

      Mr. Hardymon recommended that the Board accept a photography
collection, valued at $158,010, and cash distributions of $535,000 from the
Estate of Robert C. May. Mr. May was born in Lexington and died at the age of
57 on March 9, 1993. He graduated from the University of Kentucky and was
an adjunct faculty member of the UK Art Department. His photographs were
exhibited locally, regionally, and nationally for a period of 40 years. This gift
is to underwrite the museum's efforts to preserve, exhibit and publish Mr.
May's works. He moved approval of this fine gift. Professor Powell seconded
the motion and it carried. (See FCR 11 at the end of the Minutes.)

      W.   Hopkinsville Industrial Foundation Plpdge (FCR 12)

      Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a pledge of $100,000 from
Hopkinsville Industrial Foundation in Hopkinsville, Kentucky to
Hopkinsville Community College. He said that the Foundation has pledged
$100,000 to the Regional Technology Center Seed Fund of Hopkinsville
Community College's Partners in Progress Campaign. The first payment is to
be made upon groundbreaking for the technology center. His motion,
seconded by Mr. Welenken, passed unanimously. (See FCR 12 at the end of
the Minutes.)

      Governor Breathitt expressed appreciation to the members of the
Board, who are not members of the Finance Committee, for their attendance
at the Committee meetings. He said that the Committee has a detailed
discussion and explanation of all the items and attending the Committee
meetings is very helpful to him. He encouraged other members of the Board
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     X    Investment Committee Report

     Mr. Wilcoxson, Chairperson of the Investment Committee, reported
that the Investment Committee met at 9:30 a.m. to complete a
comprehensive review of the University's endowment investment manager
structure and to approve the hiring of endowment investment managers.
The Committee reaffirmed its long-range asset allocation policy of 501% to 70%o
in equities and 30% to 50% in fixed income investments with a targeted asset
allocation of 60%o in equities and 40% in fixed income. To provide greater
diversification of the equity investments, the Committee decided to add three
specialty equity managers to complement its current manager structure: a
large cap value equity manager, a small cap equity manager, and an
international equity manager. He reported that the Investment Committee
was assisted by its consultant, Cambridge and Associates, and they have
completed a national search for investment managers to fill these positions.
Southeastern Asset Management has been hired as large cap value equity
manager. Wellington Management Company has been hired as small cap
value equity manager, and Delaware International Advisors has been hired as
international equity manager. With the addition of these three managers,
there will now be five equity investment managers and one fixed income
investment manager for the Committee to work with in handling the
investment program. He noted that the endowment market value as of
March 31, 1995 was $128,500,000 and the Committee voted to retain
Cambridge Associates to provide consulting and performance monitoring
services.

      Governor Breathitt said that he and several other members attended
the Investment Committee meeting in March when the presentations were
made, and he was very impressed with the fine job that Mr. Wilcoxson and
the other members of the Committee did. He thanked them for a very
important piece of work.

      Y.   Meeting Adjourned

      There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairperson adjourned the meeting at 1:33 p.m.

                                          Respectfully submitted,


                                          Lois C. Weinberg
                                          Secretary
                                          Board of Trustees

(PR 2, 4A, 5A, 5B, 5C, and 6A; FCR 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 which
follow are official parts of the Minutes of the meeting.)




 












           SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                 1995-96




The following dates have been established for meetings of the Board of Trustees
for the 1995-96 fiscal year:


                             August 15, 1995

                             *September 19, 1995

                             October 24, 1995

                             *December 12, 1995

                             January 23, 1996

                             March 5, 1996

                             *April 2, 1996

                             *April 30, 1996

                             June 11, 1996





*Statutory Meeting



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                                                                  PR 2


Office of the President
May 2, 1995





Members, Board of Trustees:


                                PERSONNEL ACTIONS

Recommendation: that approval be given to the attached appointments, actions and/or other
staff changes which require Board action; and that the report relative to appointments andlor
changes already approved by the administration be accepted.

Background: The attached 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
chancellor through the President and have the President's 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. These items of report follow the recommendations requiring Board
approval.



Action taken:



( Approved



Q Disapproved



U Other



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                                   Central Administration                         Revised

          BOARD ACTION

          A. CHANGES

                 Vice President for Information Systems
                 Cheesman, Jayna N., from Programmer Systems Analyst Manager to Senior
                     Manager Application Programmer, University Computer Administrative
                     Systems, Computing Services, effective 3/1/95.
                 Hamperian, Kathy B., from Database Administrator Senior to Senior Manager
                     Desktop Support, Database Development, Computing Services, effective
                     3/1/95.
                 Shelton, Pamela L., from Administrative Staff Officer IV to Administrative
                     Staff Officer V, Vice President for Information Systems, effective 3/1/95.

          B. RETIRMENTS

                 Employee Benefits
                 Bates, Linda B., Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits, after 18.75 consecutive years
                     of service. under AR 11-1.6.1 Section IlI.B, effective 7/31/95.
                 Jones, Ruby L., Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits, after 22.5 consecutive years
                     of service, under AR 11-1.6-1 Section lll.B, effective 4/30/95.

          C. EARLY RETIREMENTS

                 Research and Graduate Studies
                 Timmons, Edward H., Director, Division of Laboratory Animal Resources,
                     after 18.33 years of service, under AR 11-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective
                     4/30/95.

                 Vice President for Information Systems
                 Hirsch, Genevieve, Librarian Technician 11, Libraries, after 16.0 years of
                     service, under AR 11-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective 5/31/95.

I1.       ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

          A. APPOINTMENTS

                  Office of Legal Counsel
                  Adams, Katherine A., Associate General Counsel, effective April 1, 1995.

          B. REAPPOINTMENTS

                  Vice President for Information Systems
                  Burgett, James E., Librarian IV, Collection Development Department, Libraries,
                     7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
                  Hale, Gracie, Librarian IV, Equine Center Library, Libraries, 7/1/95 through
                     6/30/96.
                  Livingston, Shawn D., Librarian IV, Reference and Information Services,
                     Libraries, 7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
                  McClure, Wanda L., Librarian IV, Mathematical Science Library, Libraries,
                     7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
                  Miller, Joseph B., Librarian IV, Library Science, Libraries, 7/1/95 through
                     6/30/96.
                  Spears, Charles Andrew, Librarian IV, Director's Office, Libraries, 7/1/95
                     through 6/30/96.
                  Walker, Veronica, Librarian IV, Technical Services, Libraries, 7/1/95
                     through 6/30/96.




 




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              COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM


BOARD ACTION

A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

      Henderson Community College

      Mihankhah, Kianpour, Professor in the Community College System (with
         tenure), appointed Chair, Division of Physical Sciences and Related
         Technologies. 7/1/95 through 6/30/98.
      Wilder, Mary Gail, Associate Professor in the Community College System
         (with tenure), appointed Chair, Division of Biological Sciences and Related
         Technologies, 7/195 through 6/30/98.

      Owensboro Community College

      Ledford, Julia, Associate Professor in the Community College System (with
         tenure), appointed Chair, Division of Humanities, Fine Arts and Related
         Technologies, 7/l/95 through 6/30/98.

      Somerset Community College

      McGriff, John, Associate Professor in the Community College System (with
         tenure), appointed Chair, Division of Social Sciences, Business and Related
         Technologies, 7/1/95 through 6/30/98.

B. RETIREMENTS

      Jefferson Community College

      Schorz, Ernest H., Dean of Business Affairs, under AR 11-1.6-1 Section !ll.B,
          following 16 consecutive years of service, effective 7F//95.

C. EARLY RETIREMENTS

      Jefferson Community College

      Horvath, Ronald J., President and Associate Professor in the Community
          College System (with tenure), under AR 11-1.6-1 Section II.A.2, following
          20 consecutive years of service, effective 8/11/95.




 




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      Somerset Community College

      Benham, Wilda J., Professor in the Community College System (with tenure),
         under AR 11-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, following 21.25 consecutive years of
         service, effective 6/30/95.

D. POST RETIREMENT APPOINTMENTS

      Ashland Community College

      Conley, Opal, Professor in the Community College System, 7/l/95 through
         6/30/96.

ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

      Henderson Community College

      Reid. Kevin B., Librarian IV in the Community College System, 4/1/95
          through 6/30/95.

      Jefferson Community College

      Bernhardt, Anne. Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
          3/1/95 through 12/31/97.
      Popp, Brenda, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary), 3/1/95
          through 12/31/97.

      Madisonville Community College

      Davis, Marcella A., Instructor in the Community College System, 3/1/95
          through 6/30/95.
      Girten, April M., Instructor in the Community College System, 4/3/95 through
          6/30/95.

      Paducah Community College

      Davis, Dianna, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
          4/4/95 through 4/3/98.
       Durst, Jan. Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary), 4/4/95
          through 4/3/98.
       English, Angela Jo, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
          4/4/95 through 4/3/98.




 




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      Goins, Lori, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary), 4/4/95
         through 4/3/98.
      Hawkins, Cheryl, lnstuctor in the Community College System (voluntary),
         4/4/95 through 4/3/98.
      McArtor, Cynthia F., Instructor in the Cormmunity College System (voluntary),
         4/4/95 through 4/3/98.
      Poteete, Kevin, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
         2/27/95 through 2/26/98.
      Ramsey, Marianne W., Instructor in the Community College System
         (voluntary), 4/6/95 through 4/5/98.
      Ray, Barbara, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
         2/27/95 through 2/26/98.
      Vasseur, Libby, Instructor in the Community College System (voluntary),
         4/4/95 through 4/3/98.

B. REAPPOINTMENTS

      Ashland Community College

      Antrim, Patricia, Librarian III in the Community College System, 7/1/95 t
          hrough 6/30/96.
      Besmark, Tracey, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
      Chapman. Patricia, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
      Davis-Holloway, Cindy, Assistant Professor in the Community College
          System, 7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
      Elswick, Terri, Assistant Professor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Figgins, Edward, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
      Flannery, Karen, Assistant Professor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
       Flouhouse, Steven, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
       Freeman, Kristi, Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95 through
          6/30/96.
       Frye, Bettie George E., Librarian IV in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
       Gehringer, Rebecca, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
       Hoffman, Elizabeth, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
       Humphrey, Donna, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.




 




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      Kizhakekara, Aphrem, Assistant Professor in the Community College System,
          7/1/95 through 6/30/96.
      Layman, Jane, Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95 through
          6/30/96.
      Leake, Richard A., Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      May, Elizabeth E., Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96
      Morrison, Allison S., Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Norris, Kelly Bowman, Instructor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Osborne, Linda, Assistant Professor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Shaver, Marilyn, Assistant Professor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Slater, Michelle, Assistant Professor in the Community College System, 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.
      Swetnam, Mark, Assistant Professor in the Community College System. 7/1/95
          through 6/30/96.

C. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

      Somerset Community College

      Krause. Richard, Associate Professor in the Community College System (with
          tenure), sabbatical leave at one-half salary for the 1995-96 academic year.




 





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                     LEXINGTON CAMPUS


BOARD ACTION

A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

       College of Arts and Sciences

       Bramwell, Fitzgerald, Professor (with tenure), Chemistry, effective 7/1/95.

B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

       College of Agriculture

       Craycraft, Carla, Extension Professor (with tenure), Agricultural Communications,
          appointed Director, Agricultural Communications Services, effective 1/1/95.

       College of Engineering

       Lester, Thomas W., Professor (with tenure), Mechanical Engineering, and Dean,
          College of Engineering, reappointed Dean, College of Engineering, effective
          7/1/95.

C. JOINT APPOINTMENT

       College of Law

       Cihak, Herbert E., Associate Professor (without tenure), Law, joint appointment
          as Librarian II, University Libraries, Information Systems, 7/1/95 through
          6/30/96.

D. REAPPOINTMENTS

       College of Agriculture

       Cothran, E. Gus, Associate Research Professor, Veterinary Science, 7/1/95 through
          6/30/96.

       College of Business and Economics

       Gillette, James Robert, Associate Professor* (without tenure), Economics, 7/1/95
           through 6/30/96.

       College of Engineering

       Huffman, Gerald P., Research Professor, Chemical and Materials Engineering,
           7/1/95 through 6/30/96.



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E. TENURE

       College of Education

       Scollay, Susan J., from Associate Professor (without tenure), Administration and
           Supervision, to Associate Professor (with tenure), Administration and
           Supervision, effective 7/1/95.

F. PROMOTIONS

       College of Education

       Collins, Belva C., from Assistant Professor (without tenure), Special Education,
           to Associate Professor (with tenure), Special Education, effective 7/1/95.
       Rinehart, James W., from Assistant Professor (without tenure), Administration and
           Supervision, to Associat