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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of
Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Monday, March 10, 1975.



       The following members of the Executive Committee of the Board of
Trustees of the University of Kentucky met on Monday, March 10, 1975 at
2:00 p.m. (EDT) in the Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson Office
Tower on the University campus with the following members answering the
call of the roll: Mr. William 13. Sturgill, Chairman, Mr. Richaid E. Cooper
and Mr. George Griffin. Absent from the meeting were Mr. Williarr R. Black
and Mr. Albert G. Clay. Dr. Paul Sears, Assistant Secretary of the Board
was present in an ex officio capacity. Members of the University Adminis-
tration present included President Otis A. Singletary; Vice Presidents Lewis
W. Cochran, Robert Zumwinkle, Stanley Wall, Peter P. Bosomworth,
Lawrence E. Forgy, Jr. and Raymond R. Hornback; Dr. Donald B. Clapp,
Executive Assistant to the President, and Mr. John Darsie, Legal Counsel.
Representatives of the various news media were in attendance.




       A. Meeting Opened

       Mr. Sturgill, Chairman of the Executive Committee, called the meet-
ing to order at 2:00 p.m. The invocation was pronounced by Dr. Sears.
Following the roll call and the report of the secretary that a quorum was
present, Mr. Sturgill declared the meeting officially open for the conduct
of business at 2:04 p.m.


       B. Minutes Approved

       Mr. Sturgill asked if there were any additions or corrections to the
Minutes of the January 27, 1975 meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Board of Trustees. There being none, on motion by Mr. Cooper and seconded
by Mr. Griffin, the reading of the Minutes of the January 27, 1975 meeting
of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees was dispensed with and
the Minutes were approved as published.


       C. The President's Report to the Trustees (PR 1)

       President Singletary discussed various items in his monthly report
to the Trustees and recommended its acceptance. Without objection, Mr.
Sturgill accepted the report and ordered it filed.




 








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       D. Recommendations of the President (PR 2)

       Noting that PR 2 was in the early distribution of agenda items and,
therefore, members had had an opportunity to examine the recommendations
contained therein, President Singletary recommended approval of PR 2 as
a whole.

       The Chairman asked if Jhere were any questions and, there being
none, on motion by Professor Sears, seconded by Mr. Griffin, and passed
without dissent PR 2 was approved as a whole and ordered made an official
part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)


       E. Appointment of Dean, College of Dentistry (PR 3A)

       President Singletary indicated that PR 3 was made up of four parts,
each of which he would like to take up individually since these recommen-
dations had not been mailed to the members prior to the meeting.

       PR 3A recommended that Dr. Merrill W. Packer be named Dean
of the College of Dentistry and Professor (with tenure), in the Department
of Community Dentistry, effective March 1, 1975. Dr. Singletary said that
the recommendation was made with the enthusiastic endorsement of the
Search Committee appointed to screen candidates for a replacement for
Dr. Bohannan and he, personally, felt the University was fortunate in secur-
ing the services of a man as eminently well qualified for the position as
Dr. Packer.

       The Chairman called for a motion to approve the appointment of
Dr. Merrill W. Packer as Dean of the College of Dentistry and Professor
(with tenure), in the Department of Community Dentistry, effective March
1, 1975. The motion was made by Mr. Cooper, seconded by Professor
Sears and passed without dissent.

       Dr. Bosomworth introduced Dr. Packer and gave a brief resume" of
Dr. Packer's qualifications for the job. Dr. Packer, who was a former
member of the faculty of the College of Dentistry, was welcomed back to
the University by Mr. Sturgill on behalf of the members of the Executive
Committee.

       Before taking up the next item on the agenda, President Singletary
read the following resolution passed by the Executive Board of the Blue Grass
Dental Society and accepted by the membership at the February meeting of
the Society:




 










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       RESOLVED, that the Blue Grass Dental Society, in
       whose confines the University of Kentucky, College of
       Dentistry is located, recognizing the contributions
       made by the faculty and students of that institution in
       improving the dental health of the citizens of the
       Commonwealth of Kenti cky, is gratified to learn that
       the results of a national poll of 1, 1 81 deans from
       eighteen different types of professional schools con-
       ducted by two sociologists from Columbia University
       and published in "Change", a magazine devoted to
       higher learning, ranked the University of Kentucky
       College of Dentistry third nationally, and be it further


       RESOLVED, that the Blue Grass Dental Society hereby
       gratefully acknowledges the leadership in dentistry,
       locally, state-wide, and nationally contributed by the
       University of Kentucky, College of Dentistry and its
       faculty, and be it further


       RESOLVED, that the officers and members of the Blue
       Grass Dental Society, acknowledging the excellent rela-
       tions they enjoy with the administrative officers and
       faculty of the University of Kentucky, College of Dentistry,
       look forward with pleasure to an era of continuing accord
       while working together toward our mutual goal of steady
       improvement in the dental health of the people of the
       Commonwealth of Kentucky.


       F. Appointment of Special Assistant to the President (PR 3B)

       President Singletary reminded the members of the Executive Committee
that certain areas which had been under Dr. Morris had not yet been assigned
to anyone. The areas involved are the Tobacco and Health Research Institute,
Institute for Mining and Minerals Research, and the Computer Center. All
three of these areas require a person not only with technical skills but with
enough stature to deal with the political aspects at both the state and national
level. Such a person is Dr. Robert M. Drake, former Dean of the College of
Engineering here and presently Vice President for Research & Development




 









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with Combustion Engineering, Inc., and President Singletary said he felt
most fortunate that Dr. Drake had agreed to return to the University as
Special Assistant to the President and he recommended approval of his
appointment.

       Mr. Sturgill said that there was a recommendation before the Exe-
cutive Committee that Dr. Robert M. Drake be appointed as Special Assistant
to the President of the Univer3ity effective not later than May 1, 1975 and that
the President be authorized to set his remuneration and to determine retire-
ment contributions in an amount not to exceed the aggregate of the employer
and employee contributions provided for Group I employees and called for
a motion. Professor Sears so moved. His motion was seconded by Mr. Griffin
and without dissent it was approved. (See PR 3B at the end of the Minutes.)


       G. Appointment of Acting Dean, College of Engineering (PR 3C)

       Explaining that it was extremely important that Dean Funk be relieved
temporarily of his responsibilities as Dean of the College of Engineering in
order that he might devote full-time to the Directorship of the Institute of
Mining and Minerals Research, President Singletary said that an advisory
committee was appointed to recommend on the appointment of an Acting Dean.
This committee recommended to the President that Dr. Roger Eichhorn be
named Acting Dean of the College of Engineering and he so recommended to
the Board.

       On motion by Mr. Griffin, seconded by Mr. Cooper, with all present
voting aye, Dr. Roger Eichhorn, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was
appointed Acting Dean of the College of Engineering effective April 1, 1975.

       President Singletary introduced Dr. Eichhorn and commented that he
had worked very closely with him while he was serving as Chairman of the
Privilege and Tenure Committee and that he considered him to be not only
an excellent professor and a good administrator but also a man who had a
devotion and dedication to the total institution that would make him an effective
and capable leader of the College of Engineering during Dean Funk's leave
from the Deanship. (See PR 3C at the end of the Minutes.)


       H. Electrical System Conversion and University Hospital Renova-
          tion (PR 3D)

       President Singletary said that renovation and construction projects in
excess of $100, 000 must be submitted to the Council on Public Higher Education




 








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for approval before their submission to the Executive Department for Finance
and Administration. Projects must be approved by the Board of Trustees
prior to their submission to the Council on Public Higher Education. He
then recommended that the Executive Committee approve for submission to
the Council on Public Higher Education the following renovation and construc-
tion projects: (1) Phase II of the Conversion of the Electrical System from
4 KV to 12 KV (estimated cost - $860, 000), and (2) correction of safety deficien-
cies, equipment installation and renovation in the University Hospital (estimated
cost $736, 598),

       On motion by Mr. Griffin, seconded by Mr. Cooper and passed it was
so ordered. (See PR 3D at the end of the Minutes. )


       I. William B. Sturgill Award Established (PR 4)

       President Singletary said that the Sang Award for Outstanding Contri-
butions to Graduate Education, which was established by Philip D. and Elsie
0. Sang in 1966, had become one of the most prestigious awards on the Univer-
sity campus. When Mr. Sturgill learned that Mr. Sang had indicated that he
did not wish to continue the award, he agreed to underwrite it. Since the Board
of Trustees had established the Sang Award, President Singletary said it was
necessary to have approval of the Board to establish the new award and he
recommended that it be named the William B. Sturgill Award for Outstanding
Contributions to Graduate Education.

       Mr. Cooper moved that the Executive Committee of the Board of
Trustees approve the establishment of the William B. Sturgill Award for
Outstanding Contributions to Graduate Education, to be awarded annually;
and that appreciation be expressed to Mr. Sturgill for making the award
possible. His motion was seconded by Mr. Griffin and passed.

       Professor Sears said he would like to speak on behalf of the University
Faculty and express appreciation to Mr. Sturgill for his willingness to fund
this award. (See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes. )


       J. Doctoral Program in Health, Physical Education and Recreation (PR 5)

       President Singletary said that the proposal for a Ph. D. program in
Health, Physical Education and Recreation has been approved by the Graduate
Faculty and by the University Senate Council. The proposal requires the
approval of the Council on Public Higher Education pursuant to its statutory




 









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authority to approve all new graduate and professional programs. The Board
of Trustees is being asked to authorize the submission of the program to the
Council on Public Higher Education, with final action by the Board of Trustees
to follow a favorable response by the Council on Public Higher Education.

       On motion by Professor Sears, seconded by Mr. Cooper and passed,
authorization was given for tle submission to the Council on Public Higher
Education of a Ph. D. program in Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
(See PR 5 at the end of the Minutes. )


       K. Budget Revisions for 1974-75 (PR 6)

       Noting that the revisions in the 1974-75 budget recommended in PR 6
were of a routine nature, President Singletary recommended approval of PR 6
as submitted.

       On motion by Mr. Griffin, seconded by Professor Sears, and passed,
it was so ordered. (See PR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)


       L. Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

       Mr. Griffin, representing the Chairman of the Finance Committee
who was absent from the meeting, moved that the Financial Report for the
seven months period ending January 31, 1975 be accepted. His motion was
seconded by Professor Sears and, without dissent, it was passed and so
ordered. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)


       M. Acceptance of Audit of Spindletop Hall, Inc. (FCR 2)

       At Mr. Griffin's request, Mr. Forgy explained that in accordance
with the agreement between Spindletop Hall and the University of Kentucky
it is required that Spindletop Hall, Inc. submit to the University of Kentucky
Board of Trustees an audited financial record on an annual basis. He con-
tinued that the financial statement submitted as a part of FCR 2 had been
prepared by the firm of Coopers and Lybrand and recommended its accept-
ance.

       Mr. Griffin so moved. His motion was seconded by Professor Sears
and passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes. )




 







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       N. Authorization for Incineration of Paid Bonds and Coupons (FCR 3)

       Under statute it is required that the Board of Trustees authorize the
incineration of paid bonds and coupons returned from Paying Agents. Mr.
Forgy noted that the schedule attached to FCR 3 listed the University of
Kentucky Revenue Bonds and Coupons returned from Paying Agents for the
period beginning July 1, 1973 and ending December 31, 1974. He recom-
mended approval of the authorization as stated in FCR 3.

       Mr. Griffin so moved, his motion was seconded by Professor Sears,
and without dissent it was approved and so ordered. (See FCR 3 at the end
of the Minutes. )


       0. Quarterly Report of Investments (ICR 1)

       Without discussion, on motion by Mr. Griffin, seconded by Mr. Cooper
and all present voting aye, the Quarterly Report of Investments submitted as
ICR 1 was accepted and ordered made a matter of record. (See ICR I at the
end of the Minutes. )


       P. Resolutions Committee Appointed

       Mr. Sturgill appointed Mr. James A. Sutherland, Mr. William R.
Black, and Professor Sears as a committee to draft resolutions expressing
the appreciation of the Board of Trustees for Mrs. Lucile T. Blazer and
Mr. Eugene Goss, whose terms on the Board have expired. He instructed
the Secretary to notify these individuals of their appointment to the committee
and to request the resolutions to be ready for the next meeting of the Board,
scheduled for April 1, 1975.


       Q. Meeting Adjourned

       After determining that there was no further business to come before
the meeting, without objection, the Chairman declared the meeting adjourned
at 2:28 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,




                                       Paul G. Sears, Assistant Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees


(PRS 2,3A, 3B, 3C, 3D,4,5,6, FCRs 1, 2,3, & ICR 1, which follow are official
parts of the Minutes of the meeting. )




 







                                                      Office of the President
                                                      March 10, 1975






 Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees


              RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT


 I.   Patent Assignment

      Recommendation: That authorization be given to the proper officials
      of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees to execute an assign-
      ment on behalf of the Board of Trustees to The University of Kentucky
      Research Foundation of the following application for Letters Patent of
      the United States and the invention represented thereby: James Thomas
      Schrodt and Ottfried Johannes Hahn, Serial No. 504, 434 filed September
      9, 1974.

      Background: James Thomas Schrodt and Ottfried Johannes Hahn have
      invented a process for the High Temperature Desulfurization of Com-
      bustible Gases Derived from Coal (Gas Purifier). They have assigned
      their rights to the invention to the University. In accord with usual
      practice, it is recommended that the University assign the patent to
      The University of Kentucky Research Foundation.


II.   Patent Assignment

      Recommendation: That authorization be given to the proper officials
      of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees to execute an assign-
      ment on behalf of the Board of Trustees to The University of Kentucky
      Research Foundation of the following application for Letters Patent of
      the United States and the invention represented thereby: Vijay K. Dhir,
      George F. Crewe and Uri Gat, serial no. 511,445 filed October 2, 1974.

      Background: Vijay K. Dhir, George F. Crewe and Uri Gat have
      invented a process for Alkaline Solution Decaking Treatment of
      Bituminous Coal. They have assigned their rights to the invention
      to the University. In accord with usual practice, it is recommended
      that the University assign the patent to The University of Kentucky
      Research Foundation.




 









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III.  Report on Gifts and/or Grants (See Attachment)

      Recommendation: that the report on gifts and/or grants covering the
      period from October 1, 1974 through December 31, 1974 be accepted
      and made a matter of record.

      Background: The attached report represents the gifts and/or grants
      accepted by the President on behalf of the Board of Trustees for the
      three months' period ending September 30, 1974, in accordance with
      the policy adopted by the Board of Trustees on November 19, 1965.
      Acknowledgment of gifts and/or grants has been made to all donors
      by the President on behalf of the Board.


WY.   Appointments and/or Other Staff Changes

      Recommendation: (1) that approval be given to the appointments
      and/or other changes which require Board action; and (2) that the
      report relative to appointments and/or changes already approved
      by the administration be accepted.

      Background: The following 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 vice
      president through the President and have his 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. This report follows the recommendations requiring
      Board approval.


                            BOARD ACTION


New Appointments

Beaumont, Joseph E., Instructor, Department of Medicine, College of Medicine,
      7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Carr, Edward A., Jr., Professor (Adjunct Series), Department of Pharmacology,
      College of Medicine, retroactive 12/1/74 through 6/30/75.




 









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Combs, Gene N., Jr., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry,
      College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Chuang, Vincent P., Associate Professor, Department of Diagnostic
     Radiology, College of Medicine, 6/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Collins, Jerry C., Senior Research Associate, Department of Surgery,
     College of Medicine, retroactive 2/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Cunningham, Elbert C., Associate Professor:, Department of Family
     Practice, College of Meclicine, retroactive 2/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Desai, Akhilesh S. , Assistant Professor, Department of Diagnostic
     Radiology, College of Medicine, 4/1/75 through 6/30/76.
L'Enfant, Howard, Jr. , Professor, (with tenure), College of Law, effective
     8/11/75.
Lefler, Charles D. , Instructor, Department of Medicine, College of
     Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Merkes, Edward P., Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics,
     College of Arts & Sciences, 1/1/76 through 5/31/76.
Packer, Merrill W., Professor, (with tenure), Department of Corrmunity
     Dentistry, College of Dentistry, effective 3/1/75.
Reicosky, David A., Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy,
     College of Agriculture, 4/16/75 through 6/30/76.
Tadavarthy, S. Murthy, Assistant Professor, Department of Diagnostic
     Radiology, College of Medicine, 12/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Vian, Wayne E., Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy, College
     of Agriculture, 3/1/75 through 6/30/76.


Changes

Surawicz, Frida G., Associate Professor:, (with tenure), Department of
     Psychiatry, College of Medicine, to Associate Professor, Department
     of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, (with tenure), effective 1/1/75.


Joint Appointments

Digenis, George A. , Professor (primary appointment), with tenure, College
     of Pharmacy, and Associate Professor, with tenure, Department of
     Radiation Medicine, College of Medicine, retroactive 2/1/75.
Goodman, Norman L., Associate Professor, (with tenure), Department of
     Community Medicine and Department of Pathology, College of Medicine,
     retroactive 2/1/75.



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Hochstrasser, Donald L., Professor, (with tenure), Department of
      Community Medicine, College of Medicine, and Professor,
      (without tenure), Department of Anthropology, College of Arts
      & Sciences, retroactive 9/1/66. (To correct lapse in records
      of joint appointment made in 1961. Primary appointment is in
      Community Medicine. No salary from the Department of
      Anthropology is involved. )

Appointments with Waiver of Nepotism

Martorano, Raymond D., Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Psychology,
      College of Arts & Sciences, (husband of Suzanne C. Martorano, Assistant
      Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences),
      retroactive 1/1/75 through 5/31/75.

Administrative Appointments

Barnard, Harry V., Chairman, Department of Curriculum & Instruction.
      College of Education, 8/1/75 through 7/31/79.
Biggerstaff, Robert H., Chairman, Department of Orthodontics, College
      of Dentistry, retroactive 3/1/75 through 2/28/81.
Packer, Merrill W. , Dean, College of Dentistry, retroactive 3/1/75.

Promotions

Brandsma, Jeffrey M., Assistant Professor, without tenure, Department
     of Psychiatry, College of Medicine to Associate Professor, with tenure,
     Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, effective 7/1/75.
Garrity, Thomas F. , Assistant Professor, without tenure, Department of
     Behavioral Sciences, College of Medicine, (primary appointment),
     and Department of Sociology, College of Arts & Sciences, to Associate
     Professor, with tenure, Department of Behavioral Sciences, College of
     Medicine, (primary appointment), and Department of Sociology, College
     of Arts & Sciences, effective 7/1/75.
Hutton, John J., Associate Professor, with tenure, Department of Medicine,
     College of Medicine, to Professor, with tenure, Department of Medicine,
     College of Medicine, effective 7/1/75.
Sisken, Jesse E., Associate Professor, with tenure, Department of Cell
     Biology, College of Medicine, to Professor, with tenure, Department
     of Cell Biology, College of Medicine, effective 7/1/75.
Stoll, Ruth, Assistant Professor", without tenure, College of Nursing, to
     Associate Professor-, with tenure, College of Nursing, effective 7/1/75.



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Tenure Granted

Bear, Elizabeth M., Associate Professor, College of Nursing, effective
      7/1/75.
Gartner, Claudine, Associate Professor*, College of Nursing. effective
      7/1/75.
Lorman, James G., Associate Professor:, Department of Diagnostic
      Radiology, College of Medicine, effective 7/1/75.


Reappointments

Hackbart, Merlin, Associate Professor, (without tenure), Department of
     Economics, College of Business & Economics, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.


Retirerm entss

Halfhill, Frank B., Carpenter, Carpentry Shop, after 23 consecutive years
     of service, effective 3/31/75.


Post-Retirement Appointments

Shah, S. M., Professor, (with tenure), Department of Mathematics, College
     of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.




                     ADMINISTRATION ACTION


New Appointments - Lexington Campus

Adkins, William B., Clinical Instructor, (voluntary), Department of
     Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 6/30/75.
Blair, Joyce A., Instructor, Department of Computer Science, College
     of Arts & Sciences, retroactive 2/1/75 through 5/31/75.
Broughman, Pamela C., Assistant Professor (Part-time), College of
     Nursing, retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.



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Daly, Claire R., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied
     Health Education and Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
     retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Davison, David D., Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Educational
     Psychology & Counseling, College of Education, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 5/31/75.
Halowski, Wendy, Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Dental Hygiene,
     College of Allied Health Professions, retroactive 1/1/75 through
     6/30/75.
Hamlin, Larry E., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Community
     Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Hershman, Marsha J., Instructor, Department of Special Education, College
     of Education, retroactive 1/1/75 through 5/31/75.
Hundley, Claire, Adjunct Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Special
     Education, College of Education, retroactive 1/1/75 through 5/31/75.
Joiner, H. Glenn, Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied
     Health Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
     retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Kalmer, June H., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied
     Health Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
     retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Kelley, Karen Rae, Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied
     Health Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
     retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Martorano, Raymond D., Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Psychology,
     College of Arts & Sciences, retroactive 1/1/75 through 5/31/75.
Moore, Escum L., Jr., Adjunct Instructor, College of Law, retroactive
     1/1/75 through 4/30/75.
Morris, Barbara H., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied
     Health Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
     retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Murrell, David E., Adjunct Instructor, College of Law, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 4/30/75.
Neal, Sam L., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Allied Health
     Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions, retroactive
     1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Nichols, Michael, Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Educational
     Psychology & Counseling, College of Education, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 5/31/75.
Norton, James C., Assistant Professor, (Part-time), Department of
     Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences, retroactive 1/1/75 through
     5/31/75.
Perkins, T. Scott, Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Community
     Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.




 







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Pyles, Susan Johnson. Assistant Professor, (Part-time), Department of
      Clinical Nutrition, College of Allied Health Professions, retroactive
      2/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Reeder, David B., Instructor, Department of Accounting, College of
     Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Reaves, Frank, jr., Adjunct Instructor, College of Law, retroactive
      1/1/75 through 4/30/75.
Ridenour, Anna, Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Health, Physical
     Education and Recreation, College of Education, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 5/31/75.
Savage, Joe C., Adjunct Instructor, College of Law, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 4/30/75.
Segebarth, Ronald J., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of
     Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 6/30/75.
Stammerman, James F., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of
     Allied Health Education and Research, College of Allied Health
     Professions, retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Valkavich, Eugene S., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of
     Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75
     through 6/30/75.
Way, John, Instructor, (Part-time), Department of Educational Psychology
     & Counseling, College of Education, retroactive 1/1/75 through
     5/31/75.
Yates, Morris C., Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Community
     Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 1/1/75 through 6/30/75.


New Appointments - Community College System

Elizabethtown Community College

Helm, Arnold D., Instructor, retroactive 2/15/75 through 6/30/75.

Somerset Community College

Edwards, Grace K., Instructor, retroactive 1/1/75 through 5/31/75.


Joint Appointments

Stumbo, W. Grady, Assistant Clinical Professor, (Voluntary), College of
     Pharmacy, and Department of Allied Health Education and Research,
     College of Allied Health Professions, retroactive 2/1/75 through 6/30/75.




 








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Promotions (without tenure)

Johnson, Robert E., Department of Health, Physical Education & Recreation,
     College of Education, from Instructor to Assistant Professor, retroactive
     2/1/75 through 5/31/77.
Nahum, Daniel, Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, from
     Instructor to Assistant Professor, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Storat, Betty Turpen, College of Nursing, from Instructor- to Assistant
     Professor-, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Yeh, Shu-Yuan, Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, from
     Instructor (Adjunct Series) to Assistant Professor, (Adjunct Series),
     7/1/75 through 6/30/76.


Reappointments - Lexington Campus

Baldwin, Eugene, Clinical Instructor, (Voluntary), Department of Community
     Dentistry, College of Dentistry, retroactive 7/1/74 through 6/30/75.
Burkett, Homer, Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, College
     of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Cassell, Michael, Instructor, Department of Accounting, College of Business
     & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Dittrich, John E., Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,
     College of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Jones, Wesley H., Instructor, Department of Business Administration, College
     of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Lawrence, Anthony, Assistant Professor, Department of Econoirics, College
     of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Linda, Gerald, Instructor, Department of Business Administration, College of
     Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
McAdams, Tony, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,
     College of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Oliver, Richard, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,
     College of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Paul, Ronda, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,
     College of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Schnee, Edward, Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, College of
     Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Schroeder, Richard, Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, College
     of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Tipgos, Manuel A., Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting, College
     of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.



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