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      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, May 5, 1992.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00
Pam. (Lexington time) on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 in the Board Room on the
18th floor of Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Roll Call

       Mr. Foster Ockerman, Chairman, called the meeting to order at
1:00 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Judge Henry R. Wilhoit,
Jr.

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call
of the roll: Mrs. Kay Shropshire Bell, Professor Raymond F. Betts,
Professor Carolyn S. Bratt, Mr. Scott A. Crosbie, Dr. Jack D. Foster,
Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Mr. Foster Ockerman,
Professor Judith Rhoads, Mr. James L. Rose, Mr. C. Frank Shoop, Mrs.
Marian Moore Sims, Mr. William B. Sturgill, Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson,
Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr., and Former Governor Wallace G. Wilkinson.
Absent from the meeting were Mr. William E. Burnett, Jr., Mr. Asa L.
Hord, Judge Robert F. Stephens and Mr. Daniel C. Ulmer, Jr. The
University administration was represented by President Charles T.
Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Robert E. Hemenway and
Ben Carr, Jr.; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch, Edward A. Carter, Donald
B. Clapp, Linda J. Magid and Eugene R. Williams; Dr. Juanita Fleming,
Special Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs, and Mr. John
Darsie, Legal Counsel.

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

       B.    Minutes Approved

       Mr. Ockerman stated that the Minutes of the April 7, 1992 meeting
of the Board of Trustees had been distributed and asked for corrections
or additions. The Minutes were approved as distributed.

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

       In reviewing his report to the Trustees, President Wethington
called attention to the following items:

       1.   A survey of the 1989 UK graduating class shows that the
             graduates are pleased with their UK experience.
             Approximately 80 percent of the graduates report that they
             found jobs in their fields within four months of graduation.

       2.    Faculty and staff celebrated the successful completion of
             their library fundraising drive April 30. More than 9,700
             faculty and staff from the University contributed
             $1,071,000 to the campaign,




 









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      3. Ambassador Thomas M. T. Niles, assistant secretary of state for
          Canada and Europe, will speak at the University's Commencement
          Exercises at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, May 9. Commencement ceremonies
          will honor approximately 7,600 candidates for degrees.

      4. The National Alumni Association named six University of Kentucky
          faculty members as 1992 Great Teachers: three from the Lexington
          campus and three from the Community College System.

      5. The fifth annual Children's Miracle Network Telethon will be held
          May 30 and 31 to benefit the University of Kentucky Hospital's
          pediatric program.

      President Wethington asked that the Board review the other items in his
report at their leisure.

      As a part of the President's Report, President Wethington followed up
with his commitment to the Board at the April 7, 1992 meeting in which he
agreed to report to the Board on the University's Strategic Plan. He noted
that the Strategic Plan was first approved by the Board in 1989. It was
reviewed, revised and reaffirmed with some modification by the Board in 1991.
He said that the Plan is active rather than passive and requires continuous
review and adjustments. The Plan represents the University's vision or agenda
for the future and guides decision-making and resource allocation. He said
that the Plan articulates a central strategy; it has vision tempered by some
reality.

      Through a series of slides, President Wethington reviewed the history of
strategic planning at the University and provided a brief overview of the
Plan. He reminded the Board that the Plan has three overall goals -
scholarship, leadership, and stewardship, and he elaborated on the goals and
the associated objectives.

      President Wethington reported that there were a number of
university-wide "measures of progress" established when the Strategic Plan was
developed.

        - Increase faculty salaries
        - Increase staff salaries to competitive levels
        - Increase employee benefits to competitive levels
        - Raise the average ACT composite score of entering freshmen to 23+
        - Improve the freshman to sophomore rate to 80+4
        - Improve the undergraduate graduation rate

He stated that he was pleased to report that the University has made good
progress in these areas.

      He said that the changes made in 1991 were a result of changing
economies, partly as a result of changing factors in the state. He reviewed
the modifications to the Plan that were approved by the Board in 1991 and




 







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provided an update on the progress toward accomplishment of these changes.

        - a strengthening of the commitment to the teaching and learning
          environment,
        - a commitment to the University's role in the successful
          implementation of the Kentucky Education Reform Act,
        - more explicit language regarding the rural healthcare initiative, and
        - the addition of an objective speaking specifically to the cultural
          diversity commitment of the University.

      President Wethington commented on the issues raised by Governor
Wilkinson in his proposal to the Board at its April 7, 1992 meeting: cost,
accountability and effectiveness, completion rates, and teaching. He
explained that all. of these issues are already addressed in the Plan and
expanded on each issue.

      He said that the Plan is taken very seriously by the administration.
The University has a good plan in place; however, the plan needs revision
because resources have been drastically cut. As President, he plans to
conduct a major review of the administration's plans in 1992-93. He
emphasized that the involvement of faculty and staff in discussions of any
proposed fundamental change is necessary to the successful implementation of
such changes. He pointed out that the University has had successes in the
past two years in putting greater emphasis on teaching and in managing the
proposals for the budget cut because faculty and staff have helped determine
the best ways to manage these major decisions.

      In conclusion, he reiterated that Governor Wilkinson's issues have been
addressed in the Strategic Plan and noted that at the previous Board meeting
Governor Wilkinson had asked for discussion of his issues at this meeting.
President Wethington said that he would ask the Board for approval to proceed
in the following manner after its discussion of Governor Wilkinson's issues:

      1. recommend that the Board ask the President to inform the new board
          after July 1, 1992 about the issues raised by Governor Wilkinson, and

      2.  recommend that the Board further ask the President to consider these
          issues during the regularly scheduled review of the University's
          Plan during 1992-93.

He then asked the Board to approve his recommendation, and Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion for approval. Mr. Sturgill said that it was a pretty
good report card and clearly shows the progress of the University. He moved
the adoption of the recommendation and Professor Rhoads seconded the motion.

      Governor Wilkinson said that in his opinion the Strategic Plan does not
address all of his issues and doesn't even pose all of the questions. He said
that the cost of higher education is rising faster than almost any other cost
in the nation. He said that these cost increases are putting the cost of a
baccalaureate degree program at the major four-year institutions, not only in
the Commonwealth but in the nation, out of reach of the vast majority of
people. He said that in his opinion this is happening because of improper
management of the human and financial resources of the institutions. He said
that nearly one-half of the full-time tenured, senior faculty on the campus
are not involved in undergraduate education and the other faculty have a very
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      Governor Wilkinson mentioned the $25 million bond issue for a research
facility at the Medical Center that would be discussed later on the agenda.
He noted that he opposed the bond issue when he was Governor and he is "no
more excited about it today." He said that he opposed it because it was
presented inadequately with no explanation of the project or the cost involved
to staff, equip and operate the facility. He said that he is not
anti-research but he does not want to plunge "pell-mell" into an expansion of
this nature without understanding the cost involved.

      Governor Wilkinson said that, in his opinion, the Plan does not
adequately address the issues. He said that he "can't understand the wisdom
in allowing events to control us when we clearly have an opportunity to
control the events."

      He recommended that a committee or group of people be formed to begin
immediately, or within the next two months, studying his issues and making a
determination about the best way to address them and understanding cost
effectiveness. He stressed that this is a national problem in higher
education.

      Dr. Foster remarked that the president made an impressive presentation,
and it was very informative. He said that he intended to support the
president's recommendation. He then informed the members of the Board that he
is not a novice in higher education and noted that he had spent 14 years as a
university professor and department chair as well as serving on a faculty
senate and chairing many important committees.

      He said that, in his opinion, universities had gotten out of touch with
their reason for existence. The whole reason for the institution should be
first and foremost for the sake of the students. It is about young people and
other adults who are trying to find a way to improve themselves through
education. He cited some things that the University needs to focus on:
assess and improve programs, and strengthen instructional skills, advisement
and retention. The Board's mission is not just to administer the fiscal
affairs of the University; it also must stay in touch with the young people
and adults who are paying for an education.

      Mr. Ockerman said that "we are all interested in seeing this university
and the other public universities become more effective and more efficient in
the manner in which they address the mission with which they are given." He
repeated President Wethington's recommendation that all the issues be
addressed and brought to the attention of the new board in July. He explained
that any committee appointed at this time would be abolished June 30, 1992.
He said that a motion had been made and seconded on the President's
recommendation and called for a vote.   The recommendation was approved.
Governor Wilkinson voted against the recommendation.

      D. Personnel Actions (PR 2)

      With President Wethington so recommending, Mr. Wilcoxson made a motion
to approve the routine personnel actions in PR 2. The motion, seconded by
Mrs. Sims, carried. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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      E. 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. Ms. Hayes moved approval.
Her motion, seconded by Professor Rhoads, passed. (See PR 4A at the end of
the Minutes.)

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

      On motion made by Judge Wilhoit, seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson and carried,
the Board authorized the President to confer upon each individual whose name
appears on the lists 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. (See PR 5A at the end
of the Minutes.)

      G. Appointments/Reappointments to University of Kentucky
Business Partnership Foundation (PR 5B)

      President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments of Robert A. Edens, Margaret H. Greene, and William R. Hartman
and the reappointment of Don K. Poole to the Board of Directors of the
University of Kentucky Business Partnership Foundation for four-year terms
beginning immediately and extending through the Spring 1996 Board meeting.
Mr. Rose moved approval. Professor Betts seconded the motion, and it
carried. (See PR 5B at the end of the Minutes.)

      H. Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University
of Kentucky for the Nine Months ended March 31. 1992 (FCR 1)

      Mr. Ockerman, in his capacity as Chairman of the Finance Committee,
reported that the Finance Committee had met and recommended that all of the
FCR's be approved. He recommended that the Board accept the University of
Kentucky consolidated financial report for the nine months ended March 31,
1992.

      Governor Wilkinson called attention to the total appropriated fund
balances being very close this fiscal year to what was called for in the
original budget. He asked "will the next budget in terms of the bottom line
be as close as this one is to the original anticipated budgeted amounts even
though the new administration has also asked for give backs?"

      President Wethington informed the Board that action had been taken that
would impact the fund balances and a complete report to the Board would be
provided at the June meeting.

      Following a discussion about external contracts and grants, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion to approve FCR 1. On motion made Mr. Wilcoxson and
seconded by Mr. Crosbie, it was approved. (See FCR 1 at the end of the
Minutes.)

      I. Capital Construction Report (FCR 2)

      Mr. Ockerman recommended that the Capital Construction Report for the
three months ending March 31, 1992, be accepted. Mr. Shoop moved approval.




 








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Professor Rhoads seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of
the Minutes.)

      J.  Report of Leases (FCR 3)

      Mr. Ockerman stated that FCR 3 is a report to the Board on leases not
exceeding $30,000 in value and entertained a motion for approval. Dr.
Meriwether moved approval. The motion, seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, carried.
(See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

      K. Approval of Lease (FCR 4)

      Mr. Ockerman reported that FCR 4 is a recommendation to the Board for
approval of a lease exceeding $30,000. He asked for a motion for approval.
Dr. Meriwether moved approval of the recommendation. His motion was seconded
by Mrs. Hayes and passed. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

      L. Patent Assignment (FOR 5)

      On motion made by Mr. Sturgill, seconded by Mr. Shoop and carried, the
Board authorized the President to execute an assignment on behalf of the Board
to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation of the following Letters
Patent of the United States and the invention represented thereby: James K.
Neathery, Serial No. (to be assigned), filed (to be filed).   (See FCR 5 at the
end of the Minutes.)

      M. Room and Board Rates 1992-93 School Year (FCR 6)

      Acting on the recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the room and board rates for University Housing be
adjusted in accordance with FCR 6 to become effective the fall semester 1992.
Mr. Crosbie moved approval. Professor Rhoads seconded the motion and it
passed. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

      N.  Confirmation of 1992-93 Tuition Schedule (FCR 7)

      Mr. Ockerman recommended that the Board confirm changes in the tuition
schedule as adopted by the Council on Higher Education, and establish
corresponding part-time summer school charges under the guidelines of the
Council on Higher Education. On motion made by Mrs. Sims, seconded by Mr.
Shoop and carried, FCR 7 was approved. (See FCR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)

      0. Adoption of 1992-93 Mandatory Registration Fee Schedule
(FCR 82

      Mr. Ockerman called on Mr. Crosbie to comment on FCR 8.

      Mr. Crosbie reported that the fee schedule had been discussed in various
campus groups and organizations on campus. He said that it had been endorsed
in open forums and by the campus newspaper. He noted that the student
organizations affected by the technology fee increase have not had an increase
in their revenue since 1985, and this represents a very nominal increase in
their operating expenses. He said that the students feel that there is a
definite need for these types of support services for computing and technology
innovations on campus, and he made a motion that FCR 8 be approved. His
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      P. A Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of $25,430,000 of
University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildings Revenue Bonds.
Series N. Dated June 1. 1992. of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky (FCR 9)

      With the Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Ockerman entertained a
motion that the Board of Trustees approve a Resolution authorizing the
issuance of $25,430,000 of University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational
Buildings Revenue Bonds, Series N, dated June 1, 1992. President Wethington
asked Chancellor Bosomworth to comment on FCR 9.

      Chancellor Bosomworth reported that the research building is an 87,000
gross square foot building. It is anticipated that 80 plus research modules
will be completed with the initial construction. Past experience shows that
every 10,000 square foot of space will expand the research program by
approximately $1 million to be funded either from industrial sources or from
the federal government. This building represents an important facility for
the retention and attraction of faculty as well as building strength in the
molecular biology area. He said that part of the staffing will be with
research title series faculty members who are not tenured faculty but who are
appointed to do research for limited periods. He explained that their entire
cost is financed from the extramural sources and not from internal sources.

      Governor Wilkinson said that he had done quite extensive research on
this facility when he was in a position to make a decision about whether or
not to move it forward. He said that he did not understand the cost involved
to staff, operate, and equip this facility. An examination of these bond
documents reveals that there is a lein filed on all of the general revenues,
agency fees, and gross receipts to this university to retire the
indebtedness. He said that on an issue of this magnitude the Board should be
informed about the scope and ongoing costs of the project and provided a cost
definition of the project before they are asked to approve it.

      Chancellor Bosomworth said that the administration would be pleased to
provide detailed financial information to the Board and expressed regret that
the project had not met the Governor's expectations.

      President Wethington informed the Board that the information that
Governor Wilkinson is requesting was provided to the Council on Higher
Education as a part of the project prior to the 1990 session of the General
Assembly and again prior to the 1992 session. He said that the project was
approved by the 1990 General Assembly and is a part of the Executive Budget
that year. He noted that the project did not get final executive branch
approval until after Governor Wilkinson had left the Governor's Office. He
reported that this project had been approved again by the 1992 General
Assembly, and it is a mandate that the University move ahead with plans for
the construction of this facility. He said that he would be pleased to
provide Board members with background information on this project. He
encouraged the Board to approve FCR 9 which would give the University the
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      Mr. Ockerman entertained a motion for approval. Mrs. Hayes asked that
the information requested by Governor Wilkinson be sent to him, and then made
a motion for approval of FCR 9. Her motion, seconded by Mr. Crosbie, carried
with Governor Wilkinson casting the only opposing vote. (See FCR 9 at the end
of the Minutes.)

      Q. Report of Investments (ICR 1)

      Mr. Wilcoxson, Chairman of the Investment Committee, moved that the
Report of Changes in Investments for the University of Kentucky and its
affiliated corporations for the three months ended March 31, 1992 be
accepted. Mrs. Sims moved approval. Her motion was seconded by Professor
Rhoads and passed.

      Mr. Ockerman praised Mr. Wilcoxson and the members of the Investment
Committee for their very effective job in completing the detailed study of the
University's investments and for the recommendations which have been put into
place to increase the University's income from investments. He expressed
appreciation to them for their time, effort and the results that have been
accomplished. (See ICR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

      R. Mr. Crosbie's Comments

      Mr. Crosbie commented on the student affairs aspect of President
Wethington's presentation on the Strategic Plan. He said that he could attest
to the fact that, through his tenure in working with President Wethington and
his administration, there is concerted emphasis in the area of student
affairs, and there is interest in students. He said that he firmly believes
that when he leaves office as Student Government President the students will
continue to benefit under the administration of President Wethington.

      S. Meeting Adjourned               -

      There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting
adjourned at 2:29 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       Edythe Jones Hayes
                                       Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

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

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               SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                 1992-93




The following dates have been established for meetings of the Board of
Trustees for the 1992-93 fiscal year:



                          August 18, 1992

                          *September 15, 1992

                          October 20, 1992

                          *December 8, 1992

                          January 19, 1993

                          March 2, 1993

                          *April 6, 1993

                          *May 4, 1993

                          June 15, 1993





*Statutory Meeting



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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 and/or 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            Disapproved          Other

Date:  May 5.  992



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                          CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I.       BOARD ACTION

         A. RETIREMENTS

                 University Computing Services

                 Whitehouse, Howard C., Lead Systems Analyst Programmer,
                     Computing Center, after 28.5 consecutive years of
                     service, under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective
                     5/31/92.

                 Universitv Libraries

                 Lihani, Emily G., Library Tech. III, Special Collections
                     after 15 consecutive years of service, under AR
                     II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective 6/30/92.

                 Warth, L. Terry, Librarian III, Special Collections,
                     after 23.5 consecutive years of service, under AR
                     II-1.6.1 Section III.C.3, effective 6/30/92.

         B. EARLY RETIREMENT

                 Center for Applied Energy Research

                 Smith, Jo Ann M., Staff Assistant VII, Center for
                     Applied Energy Research, after 16 consecutive
                     years of service, under AR II-1.6.1 Section
                     III.A.2, effective 5/1/92.



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                           COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.    BOARD ACTION

     A.    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                  Somerset Community College

                  Garrett, Glyncon, Professor in the Community College System
                        (with tenure), appointed Chairman, Division of Social
                        Sciences, Business and Related Technologies, 7/1/92
                        through 6/30/95.

      B.    PROMOTIONS

                  Ashland Community College

                  Brewer, Janetta Faye, from Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
                        in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Chandra Kumar, Ramamurthy, from Assistant Professor in the
                        Community College System, to Associate Professor in
                        the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Davis, Virgil, from Assistant Professor in the Community
                        College System, to Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.

                  Elizabethtown Community College

                  Cahanev, Elizabeth H., from Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
                        in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Redel, Ruth F., from Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Reiss, Mary Ann, from Assistant Professor in the
                        Community College System, to Associate Professor
                        in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Tychonievich, Martha J., from Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
                        in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.

                  Hazard Community College

                  Lynes, Billie, from Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Stern, Robert J., from Assistant Professor in the Community
                        College System, to Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
                  Wilder, Harriett, from Assistant Professor in the Community
                        College System, to Associate Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.




 








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Henderson Community College

Cherry, Doris, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.

Hopkinsville Community College

Adams, Mary Helen, from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.

Jefferson Community College

Butsch, Pamela, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7!1/92.
Clinkenbeard, Alan, from Assistant Professor in the
      Community College System, to Associate Professor in
      the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Davis, Helen E., from Associate Professor in the Community
      College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Eddleman, Caroline C., from Assistant Professor in the
      Community College System, to Associate Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Guagliardo, Dennis A., from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Hemdahl-Owen, Ann V., from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Ransom, Debra, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Rasras, Awad, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Steinberg, Allan M., from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Stoddard, Hildegard, from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Walker, Cynthia T., from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92,

Lexington Community College

Adkins, Michael A., from Assistant Professor in the
      Community College System, to Associate Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.




 








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Hunt, Carol, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
LaFontaine, Lucy K., from Assistant Professor in the
      Community College System, to Associate Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Lenning, Kristan, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Maggard, Sarah H., from Associate Professor in the
      Community College System (with tenure), to Professor
      in the Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/92.
Murphy, Kevin, from Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, to Associate Professor in the
      Community Coll