C.   Dr. Donald Clemens Recognized

    Mr. Sturgill recognized Dr. Donald Clemens, Director of the
Paducah Community College, and thanked him and his staff for
their hospitality in hosting the meeting. The Chairman indicated
his pleasure in having the Board meeting in Paducah, and Dr.
Clemens was given a round of applause.

    President Singletary thanked the members of the Board for
their attendance and noted that one meeting each year would be
held off campus. He praised Paducah as a "good University town"
and expressed his appreciation for the support of the local
press. He indicated there would be a tour following the meeting
for those interested in seeing the campus.

    D.   Minutes Approved

    The Minutes of the April 5, 1983 meeting of the Board of
Trustees were approved as written.

    E.   President's Report to the Trustees

    President Singletary reviewed briefly some of the items in
his monthly report to the Trustees, calling particular attention
to (1) the commencement ceremonies at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 8,
(2) the award recently received by the Kentuckian for being one
of the top five collegiate yearbooks in the country, (3) the
Niles Folklore Collection given to the University, and (4) the
naming of Thomas A. Chapman as the College of Arts and Sciences
Distinguished Professor for 1983-84.

    President Singletary recommended that the report be received
and filed. Without objection, it was so ordered.

    F.   Personnel Actions (PR 2)

    After noting that the personnel actions in PR 2 were routine
in nature, President Singletary recommended its approval.   On
motion by Mr. Brereton Jones and second by Mr. Farmer, the
appointments and staff changes recommended in PR 2 were approved.
(See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

    G.   Supplemental Recommendation of the President (PR 3A)

    President Singletary indicated his pleasure in recommending
the appointment of Professor Edmund Lambeth as Director of the
School of Journalism, effective July 1, 1983.   Dr. Lambeth is
currently professor and Coordinator of Science Journalism at the
Indiana University School of Journalism.   Vice Chancellor Blanton
in the absence of Chancellor Gallaher reviewed Professor
Lambeth's experience and credentials. He noted his extensive
experience in news coverage and added that the recommendation
follows an extensive search.