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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, December 13, 1994.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 4:00 p.m.
(Lexington time) on Tuesday, December 13, 1994 in the Board Room on the 18th
floor of Patterson Office Tower.

       A.    Meeting Opened

       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.    Oath of Office Administered

       Governor Breathitt called upon Paul Van Booven, Associate General
Counsel, to administer the oath of office to Mr. Scott A. Crosbie, newly
elected student trustee who is replacing Mr. Thomas Arthur Jones. Mr.
Crosbie will serve for the remainder of the 1994-95 academic year.

       C.    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. Scott A.
Crosbie, Professor Loys L. Mather, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Professor
Deborah Powell, Mr. Steven Reed, Mr. Frank Shoop, Mrs. Marian Sims,
Professor John Sistarenik, Mr. Daniel C. Ulmer, Jr., Mrs. Lois C. Weinberg,
Mr. Martin Welenken, and Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson. Absent from the meeting
were Mr. James F. Hardymon, Mrs. Elissa Plattner, and Mr. William B.
Sturgill. The University administration was represented by President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr.,; Chancellors Ben W. Carr, Robert E. Hemenway,
and James W. Holsinger; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch, Edward A. Carter,
Delwood Collins, and Eugene Williams; Robert Lawson, Assistant to the
President for Administrative Affairs; George 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 4:04 p.m.

       D.    Approval of Minuter

       Governor Breathitt said that the Minutes of the Board meeting on
October 25, 1994 had been distributed and asked for a motion of approval.
On motion made by Mr. Welenken, seconded by Mrs. Sims and carried, the
Minutes were approved.

       E.    President's Report and Actioi Items

       President Wethington commented on the following items in PR 1:

       1.    The UK Hospital has been named one of the "Top 100 Hospitals in
             the U.S." by Health Care Investment Analysts, Inc., and Mercer
             Management Consultants for the second consecutive year.




 




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       2.    The Donovan Scholars Program, one of the first of its kind in
             the U.S., is celebrating its 30th year of providing educational
             opportunities for older students.

       3.    Prestonsburg Community College has received a $355,420 grant
             from the Appalachian Regional Commission for a campus health
             service.

       4.    The UK College of Agriculture and the University of Arkansas
             and North Carolina State University have been chosen to share a
             $737,000 grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The colleges
             will develop educational programs to bridge the gap between
             those who would develop and those who would preserve natural
             resources.

       5.    The libraries of UK and the University of Tennessee at
             Knoxville have formed an alliance to share research
             collections, doubling the materials available to the faculty
             and students of both institutions.

       6.    A proposed partnership between Kentucky Tech and Paducah
             Community College may become the model for all of Kentucky's
             community colleges in the future. The proposal approved last
             month by the Council on Higher Education calls for Paducah
             Community College to recognize and give students credit for
             classes taken at Kentucky Tech's West Campus.

       7.    Approximately 1,000 architecture students held their national
             conference titled Bluegrass Forum 1994 in Lexington November
             22-26.  The conference was hosted by the UK chapter of the
             American Institute of Architecture Students.

       8.    A computerized version of some sections of the original
             manuscripts of the Old English heroic poem Beowulf is featured
             in the December issue of National Geographic magazine. The
             Electronic Beowulf program, which is accessible to scholars
             around the world through Internet, is edited by UK English
             Professor Kevin Kiernan.

       President Wethington invited the members to peruse the other items at
their leisure.

       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. Mr. Shoop moved approval. The motion,
seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, passed. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       G.    Naming of University Building - William T. Young Library (PR 3A)

       President Wethington said that PR 3A recommends that the Board
approve the name "William T. Young Library" for the central and life
sciences library on the campus of the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
He reminded the members of the groundbreaking ceremony held on campus
December 6 for this facility. He said that the University of Kentucky




 





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Alumni Association and the Athletic Association have undertaken to finance
and construct this building. The building will be given to the University
upon completion of construction. He reported that the Committee on Naming
Buildings has recommended positively on this name for this new facility. He
noted that Mr. Young attended the groundbreaking ceremony and was recognized
at this event.

       President Wethington reviewed briefly Mr. Young's credentials. He
said that Mr. Young was awarded the B.S. Degree with high distinction from
the College of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Kentucky in 1939
and holds an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of
Kentucky. Mr. Young was an award winning leader of the ROTC program and
excelled in all aspects of campus life. He has been a part of the academic
and business life of the state for more than 50 years. President Wethington
expressed pleasure in recommending that the new building be named the
William T. Young Library. Mr. Wilcoxson moved approval. Mr. Crosbie
seconded the motion and it carried unanimously. (See PR 3A at the end of
the Minutes.)

       H.    Candidates for Degrees - Qpmmunitv College System (PR 4A)

       President Wethington recommended that the degrees specified in PR 4A
be awarded to the persons named, upon certification thst the requirements
for those degrees have been satisfactorily completed. He asked to
editorially add the name of Mary A. Hanks to the list at Jefferson Community
College because her name was inadvertently left off the list. Mr. Chellgren
moved approval. His motion was seconded by Professor Sistarenik and
passed. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

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

       President Wethington said that PR 5A is a companion recommendation to
PR 4A. 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. On motion made by Mrs. Bell, seconded by Mrs. Sims and carried,
PR 5A was approved. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       J.    Change in Degree Title (PR 5B)

       President Wethington recommended that a change of degree title from
Master of Music Performance to Master of Music Performance or Composition be
approved. He stated that the change is being proposed because an emphasis
in composition has been strengthened and redesigned to conform to
accreditation guidelines and because an emphasis in conducting has been
added. He noted that the change has been approved by the Senate Council and
the University Senate. Mrs. Weinberg moved approval. Her motion, seconded
by Mrs. Bell, carried. (See PR 5B at the end of the Minutes.)




 




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       K.    Change in Degree Title  (PR 5C)

       President Wethington recommended that a change of degree title from
Master of Arts History and Appreciation to Master of Arts Musicology or
Theory be approved. He said that the present title does not accurately
reflect what is being offered in the program. The proposed name change will
also reflect that this program is parallel with the doctoral degree in this
area. Mr. Reed moved approval. Mrs. Sims seconded the motion and it
passed. (See PR 5C at the end of the Minutes.)

       L.    Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Biotechnology (PR 5D)

       President Wethington said that PR 5D and 5E are degree programs from
the Lexington Campus that involve the College of Agriculture. He asked
Chancellor Hemenway to comment on the proposed degree programs.

       Chancellor Hemenway said that these two new degree programs are
illustrative of the process that occurs within the institution. The
administration is very cautious about proposing new degree programs. He
explained that there must be a clear determination of student and work force
need and a full review from the faculty committees and the faculty senate.
There is also a determination of administrative feasibility, meaning that it
fits within the plans of the institution and also that there are resources
to support the degree program. The program is submitted to the Board for
approval and then to the Council on Higher Education for consideration. He
said that these two programs illustrate a natural process whereby new
disciplines emerge and noted that there is considerable demand for these
programs.

       President Wethington recommended that the Board authorize the
approval of the new degree program Bachelor of Science in Agricultural
Biotechnology for submission to the Council on Higher Education. On motion
made by Professor Mather, seconded by Mr. Shoop and carried, PR 5D was
approved.  (See PR 5D at the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservatignand
Management (PR 5E)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board authorize the
approval of the new degree program Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource
Conservation and Management for submission to the Council on Higher
Education. Professor Mather moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mrs.
Weinberg, passed. (See PR 5E at the end of the Minutes.)

       N.    Appointments to University of Kentucky Business Partnership
Foundation (PR 5FI

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointment of Jack C. Smith, Jr. and Martin Welenken as members of the
Board of Directors of the University of Kentucky Business Partnership
Foundation for four-year terms beginning immediately and extending through
the Fall 1998 Board meeting. He said that the Board of Directors of the
Business Partnership Foundation had met and recommended these appointees.
Mr. Wilcoxson moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mr. Chellgren,
carried. (See PR 5F at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       O.    Reappointments to Universitv of Kentucky Equine Research
Foundation (PR 5G)

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
reappointments of Mr. John A. Bell, II, Mrs. Alice Chandler, Mr. Rick
Nichols, Mr. Nick Nicholson, Dr. David O'Neal, Mr. Robert L. Warren, and Dr.
Thomas P. Pirone as members of the Board of Directors of the University of
Kentucky Equine Research Foundation for four-year terms beginning December
15, 1994. He said that these appointees represent the horse industry and
the University faculty. He noted that Mr. Shoop and Mr. Clay serve as Board
of Trustee representatives on this Equine Board of Directors. On motion
made by Professor Mather, seconded by Mr. Shoop and carried, PR 5G was
approved.  (See PR 5G at the end of the Minutes.)

       P.    Professor Powell's Comments

       Professor Powell reminded the Board of the University Senate's annual
holiday reception at the King Alumni House immediately following the Board
meeting. She and Professor Mather extended an invitation to the Board to
attend the reception.

       President Wethington encouraged the members of the Board to attend
and visit with the Senate members and others from campus.

       Q.    Comments about Library F~acilitv

       Governor Breathitt recognized the outstanding job that President
Wethington and his team have done in arranging the method for financing of
the Library. He said that the arrangement for a AAA rating and a very low
interest rate on the thirty-year bonds are outstanding. He congratulated
President Wethington and his team for realizing this long sought goal and
doing it in such an expert way. President Wethington and his team were
given a round of applause.

       President Wethington thanked the Board for its enthusiastic support
of the project. He said that it made it easier for everyone to work their
way through the process knowing that there was the exceptionally strong
support of the Board.

       Professor Mather said that as a member of the faculty it seemed like
a fairly painless explanation and the faculty feels they probably dodged a
bullet. He said that President Wethington obviously respected the
departmental budgets and the faculty does appreciate it. He said that he
hopes the Board understands that the money was not necessarily sitting there
idle. While the plan proposed looks rather painless, it is not. It has
clearly cut down on the discretionary power of the University for funding
special projects which have meant a great deal to the institution. The
library is important but he hopes the Board understands that it has not come
at no cost to the University. He expressed hope that there might be some
added funding from the outside that might make up for what the University
has had to do internally to make up for this reallocation of funds. He
emphasized that it is a reallocation from other things that the University
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       Governor Breathitt stressed the importance of everyone working
together with the citizens of the Commonwealth in seeing that higher
education has a higher priority in the next budget. He urged the Board to
talk to the candidates for Governor and the candidates for the legislature
about recognizing the need for higher education to meet its commitment to
the young people of the state.

       President Wethington said that the library project has been made a
priority for the University.   It was previously submitted in the budget
request, and it continues to be made a priority in the plans for the
University. He said that this is a decision to fund something that, in the
administration's opinion, is critical for the future of the institution. He
explained that in making those kind of decisions you also make a decision
that something else does not get funded. The library project is important.
The Governor and General Assembly will be asked to help with the support for
this project because it is good and important to the Commonwealth. The plan
is to move ahead, and the library construction will be underway in the very
near future.

       R.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Four Months Ended October 31. 1994 (FCR 1)

       Governor Breathitt said that Mr. Hardymon, Chairperson of the Finance
Committee, was present for the Finance Committee but had to leave. lie asked
Mr. Chellgren to give the report for the Finance Committee.

       Mr. Chellgren reported that the Finance Committee met and discussed
seven items requiring Board action and three information items. He said
that FCR 1 recommends that the Board accept the University of Kentucky
consolidated financial report for the four months ended October 31, 1994.
lie reviewed the realized income, the expenditures and commitments and moved
approval.  Mr. Ulmer seconded the motion and it carried.    (See FCR I at the
end of the Minutes.)

       S.    Report of Lease (FCR 2)

       Mr. Chellgren moved that the Board accept the President's Report of
the lease agreement between the University of Kentucky and the
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Public Facilities Corporation. He
noted that FCR 2 is a recurring report of leases that are less than $30,000
and this particular lease has been in existence for the last three years
with the Pathology Department.    Mr. Crosbie seconded the motion and it
passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    1994-95 Budget Revisions (FCR 3)

       Mr. Chellgren reviewed the budget revisions in FCR 3. He mentioned
the income items were spelled out and noted some pluses and minuses netting
to a slight decrease in the general fund. He said that there were no
unusual items and moved approval. Mrs. Bell seconded the motion and it
carried.  (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       U.    Patent Assignment (FOR 4)

       Mr. Chellgren said that FCR 4 relates to an invention by a relatively
new Assistant Professor, Todd Smith. This invention relates to the medical
field, and more particularly to an apparatus and method for the reliable,
time-released delivery of a selected medical preparation. This is
considered to have potential commercial applications. He moved that the
Board authorize the President to execute an assignment on behalf of the
Board to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation the following
Letters Patent of the United States and the invention represented thereby:
Todd T. Smith, Serial No. (to be assigned), filed October 28, 1994. His
motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, carried. (See FCR 4 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       V.    Sewer Easement to City of Owensboro to Benefit Daviess County
Board of Education (FOR 5)

       Mr. Chellgren said that FCR 5 recommends that the President or his
designee be authorized to execute a permanent easement across the Owensboro
Community College campus for sewer facilities to be constructed and
maintained by the City of Owensboro, Kentucky. He explained that the sewer
easement is to accommodate lines running to a new middle school currently
under construction by the Daviess County Board of Education on New Hartford
Road across from the Community College's main entrance. He noted that this
will also improve the sanitary sewer service to the Owensboro Community
College. On motion made by Mr. Chellgren, seconded by Mrs. Weinberg and
passed, FCR 5 was approved. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)

       W.    A Resolution Authorizing the jniversitv's Participation in the
Formation of an Integrated Delivery System and its Associated Corporate
Bodiesz Including a Provider Network and a Service Corporation which will
Ownand Control a Managed Care Organization, such as an HMO and Other
Related Businesses (FOR 6)

       Mr. Chellgren said that this item is complex. It requires a
commitment by the University of up to $6,000,000. He asked Chancellor
Holsinger to discuss the implications of FCR 6.

       Chancellor Holsinger said that FCR 6 is a resolution that authorizes
the University's participation in the formation of an integrated health care
delivery system and its associate corporate bodies. This includes a
provider network and a service corporation which will own and control a
managed care organization such as a health maintenance organization and
other related businesses. In April of this year House Bill 250 passed the
legislature of the Commonwealth and the state entered into an era of health
care reform. The result of that has been for the Medical Center to look to
the future to see how we might most effectively enter into the provision of
health care services to the citizens of the Commonwealth particularly in
eastern and central Kentucky. Utilizing Commonwealth Health Care Alliance,
which has been in place for several years now, is a way to do that. He
explained that a number of hospitals and physicians across eastern and
central Kentucky have come together to develop a provider network that will
be in place and able to bid on a variety of contract possibilities either
with the state or with businesses, corporations, or other groups of
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might seek to obtain their professional services for the care of clinical
needs by these individuals. As a result of that, two vice chancellors,
Frank Butler and Dean Emery Wilson of the College of Medicine and their
staff put together the corporate structure that will allow us to go forward
into the future in a way that will help to maintain the sound fiscal
viability of our clinical enterprise. He said that it is important to
remember that everything we do in the way of our clinical enterprise is done
in an effort to have the appropriate education for the students in the next
generation of health care clinicians and to have a place where they can
undergo the appropriate high quality education that is required for them to
go into their particular type of practice in the future. This venture will
provide that opportunity. It requires us to be authorized by the Board to
enter into the corporation and to be a part of the funding of that
corporation. The University would be allowed to invest up to $6 million of
University Hospital funds which will be used along with funds from other
qualified hospitals, physicians and health care providers to provide
capitalization for this enterprise.

       President Wethington recognized Mr. Frank Butler, Director of the
University Hospital, and praised him for his outstanding performance. Mr.
Butler was given a round of applause.

       Mr. Chellgren moved approval of FCR 6. His motion, seconded by Mr.
Wilcoxson, carried. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

       X.    Amendment to Agreement Between University and Kentucky Medical
ServiQes Foundation  FCR 7)

       Mr. Chellgren said the purpose of FCR 7 is to authorize the President
of the University to execute an amendment to the agreement between the
University and the Kentucky Medical. Services Foundation. He asked Mr.
Lawson comment on FCR 7.

       Mr. Lawson said that FCR 7 is to make two minor changes in the
agreement between the University of Kentucky and the Kentucky Medical
Services Foundation. (The Kentucky Medical Services Foundation administers
the income that is generated from professional services under our medical.
services plan.) The first minor change would allow KMSF to obtain property
for use as additional practice sites for teaching, research, and patient
care. a need that grows out of the health care reform described by
Chancellor Holsinger in the discussion of FCR 6. The second change would
provide that the payment of costs for obtaining these additional sites would
be charged to clinical income. He added that ownership of any real property
acquired pursuant to these new provisions of the agreement would be owned by
and held in the name of the Foundation. He noted, however, that the KMSF
Articles of Incorporation provide that if the Foundation ever dissolves, all
of its assets would revert to the University; thus, property obtained as
practice sites under these changes to the agreement would pass to the
University should the Foundation ever cease to exist.

       On motion made by Mr. Cheligren, seconded by Mr. Crosbie and carried,
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       Y.    Report on Utilization of the General Fund Surplus Expenditure
Plan Funds - Information Item

       Mr. Chellgren said that the President also briefed the Finance
Committee on three information items. The first was a report on the
utilization of the General Fund Surplus Expenditure Plan funds.  He reminded
the Board that the Kentucky General Assembly added an additional 1% to the
budget.  This specifies and lays out where the President and his staff have
decided to allocate those funds for expenditures during the 1994 budget.
This allocation was discussed in some detail in the Finance Committee
meeting.

       Z.    Report on Athletic Association Funds - Information Item

       Mr. Chellgren said that the second information item relates to the
library financing. It is a report on the Athletic Association funds that
have been reallocated to support the bonds that were issued to initiate the
construction of the library. The debt service on the bonds is approximately
$3.2M. This subject was also discussed extensively in the Finance Committee.

       AA.   Report on the Bond Sale

       Mr. Chellgren said that the last item relates to the financing of the
library. The Committee was given a brief report on the bond sale. Seven
bids were received on December 8 at 11 a.m. The total spread on the bids
was about 1/10 of a percent interest rate which shows what an excellent bid
process took place. Lehman Brothers, one of the largest and most
prestigious Wall Street investor banking houses with PaineWebber being the
co-manager, submitted the lowest bid at a net interest cost of 6.75%. The
next lowest bid was submitted by Goldman Sachs & Co. at a net interest cost
of 6.78%  The difference being less than 300th of 1% which indicates that it
is a very competitive process. It is a $41 million bond issue with a 20
year average maturity and a 30 year maximum maturity. The Kentucky Medical
Services Foundation approved a guarantee to back the bonds and help ensure
their excellent ratings. He said this was an excellent process and a very
successful one that the institution will be proud of for decades to come.

       BB.  Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairperson adjourned the meeting at 4:45 p.m.

                                        Respectfully submitted,



                                        Lois C. Weinberg
                                        Secretary
                                        Board of Trustees

(PR 2, 3A, 4A, 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 5E, 5F, and 5G; FCR 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7;
and the Information Items which follow are official parts of the Minutes of
the meeting.)




 








Office of the President
December 13, 1994



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Members, Board of Trustees:



                          PERSONNEL ACTIONS
Rer~mijd~ation: 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 .taff 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.



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Action taken:  Approved   V       Disapproved          Other     _

Date: December 13e 1994




 






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                            CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



I.        BOARD ACTION

          A. RETIREMENTS

                  Employee Benefits

                  Brown, Lorene, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
                      after 20.33 years of service, under AR II-1.6-1
                      Section III.B, effective 11/30/94.

                  Hopper, Mary S., Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
                      after 33.0 years of service, under AR 11-1.6-1
                      Section III.B, effective 12/31/94.

                  Information Systems

                  Perkins, Martha D., Account Clerk V, Publishing Services,
                      after 28.5 years of service, under AR II-1.6-1 Section
                      III.A.1, effective 12/31/94.

          B. EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute

                  Brown, Ancel, Administrative Assistant I, Kentucky Water
                      Resources Research Institute, after 20 consecutive
                      years of service, under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2,
                      effective 11/22/94.

                  Huffsey, Ralph R., Operations Coordinator, Kentucky Water
                      Resources Research Institute, after 21 consecutive
                      years of service, under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2,
                      effective 1/3/95.

II.       ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

          A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

                  Information Systems

                  Herrin, Eric H., Senior Systems Computing Scientist, Math
                      Science Computing Facility, effective 11/01/94.



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                           COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.    BOARD ACTION

      A.    EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Office of the Chancellor

                  Tudor, Daniel G., CC Coordinator of Student Affairs (under
                        AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2), following 29.6
                        consecutive years of service, 12/31/94.

                  Elizabethtown Community College

                  Lee, Harry G., Professor in the Community College System
                        (with tenure), (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2),
                        following 28.33 consecutive years of service, 1/19/95.

II.   ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

      A.    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                  Henderson Community College

                  Knecht, Michael W., Librarian IV in the Community College
                        System, 1/1/95 through 6/30/95.

                  Jefferson Community College

                  Ockerman, Jo Carol, Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 11/2/94 through 11/9/95.

                  Lexington Community College

                  Adams, Dan, Instructor in the Community College System
                        (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Arru, Sister Therese, Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Caskey, Paula P., Instructor in the Community College System
                        (voluntary), 10/10/94 through 6/30/97.
                  Collins, Estelle, Instructor in the Community College System
                        (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Combs, Gary W., Instructor in the Community College System
                        (voluntary), 11/3/94 through 6/30/97.
                  Halcomb, Winston C., Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 10/10/94 through 6/30/97.
                  Hamann, Tommie A., Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Howard, Maggie, Instructor in the Community College System
                        (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Miller, Walter B., Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 1/11/95 through 6/30/97.
                  Narramore, David A., Instructor in the Comm