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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, September 16, 1975.




       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in regular
statutory session on Tuesday, September 16, 1975 at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern
Daylight Time) in the Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson Office
Tower on the Lexington campus with the following members present:
Professor Michael Adelstein, Mr. William R. Black, Mr. Stanley Burlew,
Mrs. Robert 0. Clark, Mr. Albert G. Clay, Mr. John R. Crockett, Mr.
George W. Griffin, Mr. James Harralson, Mrs. David Hermansdorfer,
Mr. Thomas B. Kessinger, Mr. Zirl A. Palmer, Mr. Frank Ramsey,
Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Professor Paul G. Sears, Mr. William B. Sturgill,
Mr. James A. Sutherland, and Dr. John R. Woodyard. Absent from the
meeting were Mr. Richard E. Cooper and Mr. John R. Gaines. Members
of the University administration present included President Otis A.
Singletary; Vice Presidents Lewis W. Cochran, Robert Zumwinkle,
Stanley Wall, Peter P. Bosomworth, Raymond R. Hornback, John T.
Smith, and Jack C. Blanton; 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. William B. Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to order
at 2:00 p. m. and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Sutherland.


      B. New Members Sworn In

      Mr. Sturgill welcomed Mr. James Harralson, student member
of the Board, to his first meeting and welcomed back Mr. Zirl Palmer,
who was reappointed by Governor Carroll for a four-year term ending
June 30, 1979, and Dr. Paul Sears, who was reelected by the University
faculty for a three-year term ending June 30, 1978. At Mr. Sturgill's
request the oath of office was administered to Mr. Harralson, Mr. Palmer,
and Dr. Sears by Mr. John Darsie, Legal Counsel.


      C. Roll Call

      Following the call of the roll, the Secretary reported seventeen
members present and two absent. A quorum being present, the Chairman
declared the meeting officially open for the conduct of business at
2:05 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time).




 







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       D. Minutes Approved

       There being no additions or corrections to the Minutes of the
June 17, 1975, meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of
Trustees, on motion duly made, seconded and carried the reading of
the Minutes was dispensed with and the Minutes were approved as
published.


       E. Executive Committee and Officers of the Board Elected

       Under the Governing Regulations officers of the Board and the
Executive Committee are elected annually at the September meeting.
Mr. Sturgill, Chairman, who had appointed a Nominating Committee,
composed of Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Chairman, Mr. Thomas B.
Kessinger, Mr. James A. Sutherland, and Mr. George Griffin, called
on the chairman of the committee to present the committee's recom-
mendations.

       Mr. Ramsey placed the name of Mrs. Betty Carol Clark in
nomination for Assistant Secretary of the Board. Mr. Sturgill called
for nominations from the floor. There being none, Mr. Clay moved
that Mrs. Clark be elected Assistant Secretary by acclamation. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Black and passed without dissent.

       Mr. Ramsey next placed in nomination for Secretary the name
of Dr. Paul G. Sears. There being no nominations from the floor,
Mr. Ramsey moved that Dr. Sears be elected by acclamation. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Harralson and passed without dissent.

       Mr. Ramsey placed in nomination for Vice Chairman the name
of Mr. Albert G. Clay and moved acceptance of the nomination. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Sutherland and, there being no nominations
from the floor, the vote was called for and the ayes carried with no nay
vote s.

       Since the next office was for the chairmanship of the Board,
Mr. Sturgill asked that Mr. Clay assume the Chair. Mr. Clay asked
that Mr. Ramsey continue his report, and Mr. Ramsey placed in
nomination the name of Mr. William B. Sturgill and moved acceptance
of the nomination. His motion was seconded by Mr. Black. There
were no nominations from the floor and the motion was adopted without
dissent.

       Mr. Sturgill resumed the Chair, and Mr. Ramsey continued his
report by placing in nomination for membership on the Executive




 





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Committee for one year the names of Mr. William R. Black, Mr. Albert
G. Clay, Mr. Richard E. Cooper, Mr. George W. Griffin, and Mr.
William B. Sturgill. He then moved that the nominations be closed.
His motion was seconded by Mr. Sutherland and without discussion the
vote was taken and the motion carried without dissent.


       F. Standing Committees for 1975-76 Named

       Mr. Sturgill appointed the Standing Committees to serve during
the 1975-76 year. A list of the committee appointments appears at
the end of the Minutes.


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

       President Singletary called particular attention to the enrollment
figures which showed a record enrollment of 21,488 students on the
Lexington campus and 17, 268 in the Community College System. He
also mentioned that the University had set a record for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1975, in the number of research projects recognized
(812) and the funding received ($25. 3 million). He concluded his
report by recommending that the report be accepted and filed. Without
objection it was so ordered by Mr. Sturgill.


       H. Recommendations of the President (PR 2)

       President Singletary noted that PR 2, Recommendations of the
President, contained personnel changes and the quarterly report on
gifts and/or grants received for the quarter ending June 30, 1975.
Since these were routine items and the Board members had already had
the opportunity to examine them in advance of the meeting, he recommended
approval of PR 2 as a whole.

       On motion by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Palmer, 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
Minute s.)

       Before proceeding to the next item on the agenda, President
Singletary said he would like to take note of one appointment in PR 2 -
that of Tom Padgett as Director of the Division of Public Safety and
Assistant to the Vice President for Business Affairs. He thought
this would be of particular interest to members of the Board inasmuch
as Mr. Padgett had worked with the Board members from time to time
while he served as a Special Assistant in the President's office.




 





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       I. Degree Candidates in the University System (PR 4)

       Without discussion, on motion by Mr. Palmer, seconded by
Mr. Homer Ramsey, and passed with the aye votes carrying, the
President was authorized to confer upon each individual whose name
appeared on the list presented in PR 4 the degree to which he is entitled,
upon certification by the Dean of Admissions and Registrar, and approval
by the University Senate, that the individual has satisfactorily completed
all requirements for the degree for which he has made application.
(See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes'.)


       J. Degree Candidates in the Community College Systerr (PR 5)

       President Singletary recommended approval of the awarding of
degrees and certificates in the Community College System for those
individuals whose names were submitted in PR 5.

       Without discussion, on motion by Mr. Sutherland, seconded by
Mr. Frank Ramsey, and passed, it was so ordered. (See PR 5 at the
end of the Minutes. )


       K. Budget Revisions for 1975-76 (PR 6)

       Noting that the proposed revisions in the 1975-76 budget were
routine in nature, President Singletary recommended approval. On
motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Dr. Woodyard and passed, the
proposed budget revisions in the 1975-76 budget were authorized and
approved. (See PR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)


       L. Acceptance of Gift for Mary Swinney Corbin Scholarship
          Fund (PR 7)

       President Singletary said it gave him much pleasure to recommend
the acceptance of the gift in the amount of $100, 000 from Mr. David C.
Corbin for the purpose of establishing the Mary Swinney Corbin Scholarship
Fund. He added that authority to accept gifts of less than $100, 000
has been delegated to the President, but gifts of $100, 000 or more must
be accepted by the Board of Trustees.

       Mr. Sturgill responded that it was a pleasure for the Board to
accept such gifts and they would welcome similar opportunities in the
future. Mr. Clay moved acceptance of the $100, 000 gift from Mr. Corbin.
His motion was seconded by Mrs. Clark and passed unanimously. (See
PR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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       M. Proposed Amendments to the Governing Regulations (PR 8)

       President Singletary said that some of the proposed amendments
to the Governing Regulations were of an editorial nature and some more
substantive than others. Since amendments must lie on the table for a
month, President Singletary recommended that they be received for
consideration and action at the December meeting of the Board of
Trustees.

       There being no questions, on motion by Mr. Black, seconded by
Mr. Burlew, and passed, PR 8, Proposed Amendments to the Governing
Regulations, was received for consideration and action at the December
meeting. (See PR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)


       N. Master of Arts in Teaching (PR 9)

       President Singletary recommended approval of the establishment
of a program leading to the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree
and reminded the Board members that new programs require Board
approval prior to transmission to the Council on Public Higher Education
for its approval.

       There being no questions, Professor Sears moved that approval
be given for transmission to the Council on Public Higher Education for
the establishment of a program leading to the Master of Arts in Teaching
(MAT) degree. The motion was seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey and
passed without dissent. (See PR 9 at the end of the Minutes. )


       0. Reorganization of School of Communications (PR 10)

       President Singletary said that a plan for the reorganization of the
College of Arts and Sciences is presently under study and will be brought
to the Board of Trustees at a later date. In this plan consideration is
being given to the desirability of separating the Communication/Journalisnm
area from the College of Arts and Sciences. However, in order to come
to grips with some concerns that are immediate, it has been decided to
recommend to the Board of Trustees at this time that the School of
Communications in the College of Arts and Sciences with its Departments
of Journalism, Speech, and Telecommunications be abolished, effective
immediately, and replaced with a School of Journalism and a Department
of Human Communication, both located administratively in the College
of Arts and Sciences. He continued that the recommendation just made
would be effective only for the current academic year and the future
organizational structure will be reconsidered at the time the reorganization
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       There being no questions, on motion by Mr. Harralson, seconded
by Mr. Crockett and passed PR 10 was approved as presented. (See PR 10
at the end of the Minutes.)


       P. Administrative Appointments (PR 3)

       With the approval of the establishment of the School of Journalism
and the Department of Human Communication, President Singletary, requested
PR 3, Supplemental Recommendations of the President, be considered.
He then recommended that the appointments of Dr. Robert N. Bostrom,
as Acting Chairman of the Department of Humran Communication, and Dr.
Dwight L. Teeter, as Acting Director of the School of Journalism, be
approved. He added the recommendations were made with the concurrence
of faculty committees and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

       On motion by Mr. Sutherland, seconded by Mr. Griffin and passed
without dissent, Dr. Bostrom was named acting Chairman of the Department
of Human Communication, and Dr. Teeter, Acting Director of the School
of Journalism. (See PR 3 at the end of the Minutes. )


       Q. Donald B. Clapp Named Vice President for Administration (PR 11)

       Saying that he was particularly pleased to do so, President Singletary
recommended the appointment of Dr. Donald B. Clapp as Vice President
for Administration. The title formerly belonged to Dr. Alvin L. Morris,
but Dr. Clapp's duties will be different from those performed by Dr.
Morris. Most of Dr. Morris' duties have already been assigned to Vice
President Smith and Dr. Drake. Dr. Clapp's duties will include supervision
of the Budget Office and the Management Information Office and he will serve
as liaison between the President's Office and the Athletics Association. In
addition, he will also be given other assignments from time to time as
determined by the President.

       On motion by Mr. Clay, seconded and passed, Dr. Clapp was named
Vice President for Administration effective September 1, 1975. (See
PRs 3 and 11 at the end of the Minutes. )


       R. Dedication of Addition to the University Hospital

       President Singletary, in concluding his part of the agenda, mentioned
that the dedication ceremony for the new addition to the University Hospital
was scheduled for Saturday morning, September 27. Governor Carroll will
be the speaker on this occasion and President Singletary urged as many
members of the Board to attend as could possibly do so.




 









       S. Acceptance of Audit Report for the University of Kentucky for
          1974-75 (FCR 1)

       Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
Finance Committee had considered the audit reports as attached to FCR 1
and recommended acceptance of these reports. It was so moved by
Mr. Homer Ramsey. His motion was seconded by Mr. Griffin and passed
without dissent. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes. )


       T. Easement at Maysville Community College (FCR 2)

       Mr. Clay noted that the recommendation authorizing the Vice
President for Business Affairs and Treasurer to execute a deed conveying
title to 0. 773 acres at Maysville Community College to the Department of
Transportation to be used for an access road to a factory under construction
by Bluegrass Industries Incorporated had the approval of the Maysville
Community College Advisory Board. He then moved approval of the
recommendation in FCR 2. His motion was seconded by Mr. Crockett
and passed without dissent. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)


       U. Resolution re Renaker Estate (FCR 3)

       At the request of Mr. Clay, Mr. Blanton explained in greater
detail the background for the recommendation in FCR 3. Following his
presentation Mr. Clay moved that the recommendation in FCR 3 be
approved. His motion was seconded by Mrs. Clark and, without dissent,
passed. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)


      V. Resolution Regarding Hazard Community College

      Mr. Clay explained that he would like to present a resolution
relative to the construction of a facility on the campus of the Hazard
Community College which was not on the agenda. He then moved adoption
of the following resolution:

      That the Vice President for Business Affairs be authorized
      to work with Kentucky River Area Development District
      in the development of a proposal to be presented to this
      Board at a later date relative to the construction of a
      facility on the Hazard Community College property with
      the proposed facility to be in a style and of a quality
      that will complement the present building.



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       Mr. Clay explained that when the building was no longer needed
by the Kentucky River Area Development District, it would revert to the
Hazard Corrmnunity College.

       Mr. Griffin seconded Mr. Clay's motion and it passed without
dissent.


       W. Report of Investments (ICR 1)

       Mr. Griffin, Chairman of the Investment Coomnm ittee, asked if
the members of the Board had any questions relative to the investment
report which had been mailed to them prior to the meeting. There being
none, Mr. Griffin moved acceptance of the report of changes in investments
for the University of Kentucky and its affiliated corporations for the
quarter ending June 30, 1975. Mr. Kessinger seconded his motion and it
passed without dissent. (See ICR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)


       X. Report of Medical Center Committee

       Mr. Sutherland, Chairman of the Medical Center Committee, reported
that his committee had met just prior to the Board meeting and that the
report Dr. Bosomworth and the Hospital staff made at that time was
excellent. Dr. Bosomworth was asked to provide a copy of the Minutes
of the Medical Center Committee meeting at the next meeting of the Board
of Trustees.


       Y. Meeting Adjourned

       After first determining that there was no further business to
come before the meeting, on motion duly made, seconded and carried,
the Chairman declared the meeting adjourned at 2:50 p. m. (Eastern
Daylight Time).

                                       Respectfully submitted,




                                       Paul G. Sears, Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees




(Committee Appointments; PRs 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, & 11; FCRs 1,
2, & 3; and ICR 1 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the meeting




 







9/16/75



UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

              Elected Committee



Executive Committee



William B. Sturgill, Chairman
Albert G. Clay
Richard E. Cooper
George Griffin
William R. Black
Paul G. Sears, Secretary Ex Officio


                   Appointed Committees



Finance



Inve stment



Albert G. Clay, Chairman
Stanley Burlew
William B. Sturgill
Richard E. Cooper
George W. Griffin
James A. Sutherland



Student Code



George W. Griffin, Chairman
Albert G. Clay
William B. Sturgill
Thomas B. Kessinger
Jack Blanton



Medical Center



John R. Crockett, Chairman
Frank Ramsey
George W. Griffin
John R. Gaines
Paul G. Sears
James Harralson



James A. Sutherland., Chairman
Frank Ramsey
William R. Black
Zirl Palmer
J. R. Woodyard



Hearing

William R. Black, Chairman
Homer W. Ramsey
Michael Adelstein
Sally Hermansdorfer
Stanley Burlew
Betty Carol Clark




 





                                             Office of the President
                                             September 16, 1975

                                             PR           2







Members, Board of Trustees:


              RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT


      I 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

Adarns, Joyce, Visiting Assistant Professor-Journalistic Practice",
       Department of Journalism, College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75
       through 5/31/76.
Berkowitz, Jackie, Assistant Professor, Department of Orthodontics,
       College of Dentistry, 6/15/75 through 6/30/76.



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Bilous, Roman, Visiting Associate Professor, College of Pharmacy,
      7/21/75 through 6/30/76.
Campbell, Jacqueline, Instructor, Department of Pediatrics, College
      of Medicine. 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Clubbe, John L., Professor, (with tenure), Department of English,
       College of Arts & Sciences, effective 1/1/76.
Coonce, Harry B., Visiting Associate Professor, (temporary), Depart-
      ment of Mathematics, College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75
      through 5/31/76.
Curtis, Steven, Instructor, Department of Restorative Dentistry,
       College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Demaray, John G., Professor, (with tenure), Departrment of English,
       College of Arts & Sciences, effective 1/1/76.
Edgerton, Lee Arnold, Assistant Professor, Department of Animal
       Sciences, College of Agriculture, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Falace, Donald A., Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Diagnosis
      and Oral Medicine, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Farag, Aziz B., Associate Professor, Department of Housing and
      Interior Design, College of Home Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Ferguson, Terry, Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Diagnosis and
      Oral Medicine, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Fermaglich, Daniel, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics,
       College of Medicine, 6/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Heinzer, William, Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics,
       College of Arts & Sciences, 1/1/76 through 5/31/76.
Hojjati, S. M., Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Agronomy,
       College of Agriculture, 9/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Hunter, Floyd, Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, College
      of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Iglauer, Carol, Assistant Professor, (Adjunct Series), Department of
       Psychiatry, College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Im, Sophann, Assistant Professor*, College of Pharmacy, 7/1/75
      through 6/30/76.
James, Hector Edward, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
       (Neurosurgery), College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Johnson, Curtis A., Assistant Professor*, College of Pharmacy,
       7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Joseph, Barry S., Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology,
       College of Medicine, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Kaup, Wilhelm, Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics,
       College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Khanh, B. T., Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
       (Renal Division), College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.



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Kirkhorn, Michael Jan, Assistant Professor-Journalistic Practice-,
       Department of Journalism, College of Arts & Sciences,
       8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Krantz, Ronald W., Assistant Professor, Department of Restorative
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Lynch, Lawrence K., Visiting Associate Professor, Department of
       Economics, College of Business & Economics, 8/1/75 through
       5/31/76.
Lipsey, John C., Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology,
       College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
McEwen, Claudia, Instructor', Department of Allied Health Education and Research,
       College of Allied Health Professions, & Department of Pediatrics, College
       of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Maronek, Dale M., Assistant Professor, Department of Horticulture,
       College of Agriculture, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Masten, John T., Visiting Professor, Department of Economics,
       College of Business and Economics, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Oles, Richard, Associate Professor, Department of Oral Diagnosis and
       Oral Medicine, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Orndorff, Robert L. , Assistant Professor-Journalistic Practice*,
       Department of Journalism, College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75
       through 5/31/76.
Parsons, Dennis R., Assistant Professor', Coordinator, Post Professional
       Degree Programs, Center for Learning Resources, Department
       of Allied Health Education and Research. College of Allied Health,
       Professions, 8/15/75 through 6/30/76.
Robbins, Lynn Wayne, Assistant Professor, Department of Agriculture
       Economics, College of Agriculture, 7/22/75 through 6/30/76.
Robinson, Ronald Q., Assistant Professor, Department of Restorative
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Stahly, Tim S., Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Sciences,
       College of Agriculture, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Weber, Fredrick, Jr., Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine,
       College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Webster, David B., Assistant Professor, Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Williams, Kenneth, Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics,
       College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Williams, W. Wiley, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of
       Mathematics, College of Arts & Sciences, 8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Yoneda, Kokichi, Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology,
       College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Zinser, Elizabeth Ann, Assistant Professor', Department of Behavioral
       Science, College of Medicine, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.



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Appointments with Waiver of Nepotism

Greenway, Geri D., Lecturer (part-tine), Department of Honors Program,
       Undergraduate Studies, (wife of John Greenway,
       Associate Professor), 8/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Janecek, Susan, Instructor (part-time), Department of Slavic & Oriental
       Languages & Literatures College of Arts & Sciences, (wife of
       Gerald Janecek, Assistant Professor), 8/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Nance, Janice, Instructor (part-time, temporary), Department of Health,
       Physical Education and Recreation, College of Education, (wife
       of James Nance, Assistant Professor), 8/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Sanders, Sara L., Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology,
       College of Arts & Sciences, (wife of Thomas N. Sanders, Research
       Assistant), 9/1/75 through 1/31/76.
Sanders, Thomas N., Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology,
       College of Arts & Sciences, (husband of Sara Sanders, Research
       Assistant), 9/1/75 through 1/31/76.


Non-Academic Appointments

Bishop, Thomas, Special Projects Officer, Dean's Office, College of
       Medicine, effective 9/15/75.
Bland, Richard A., Research Associate, Department of History, College
       of Arts & Sciences, retroactive 8/1/75.
Buckingham, David T., Area Regulatory Specialist, Regulatory Services,
       College of Agriculture, retroactive 5/12/75.
Butler, Frank A., Associate Director, University of Kentucky Hospital,
       retroactive 7/7/75.
Cain, Rolene B., Senior Research Associate, Department of Psychiatry,
       College of Medicine, retroactive 9/1/75.
Dolan, Dick A., Assistant Director, Medical Center Development,
       retroactive 7/23/75.
Feola, Jose, Research Associate, Department of Radiation Medicine,
       College of Medicine, retroactive 8/1/75.
Franke, Mary, Director, Developmental Studies Program, College of
      Arts & Sciences, retroactive 7/1/75.
Gatlin, Carol Ann, Pharmacist, College of Pharmacy, retroactive 8/5/75.
Holabach, Albert P., Chief Technologist, Department of Diagnostic
       Radiology, University of Kentucky Hospital, retroactive 6/2/75.
Knapp, Gary, Assistant Budget Director, Budget Office, retroactive
       9/1 /75.
Persselin, Leo E., Consultant, Department of Special Education, College
       of Education, retroactive 7/1/75.




 







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Pigg, Kenneth E., Extension Specialist, Department of Sociology,
       College of Agriculture, retroactive 8/29/75.
Rinsky, George, Senior Research Associate and Clinical Instructor,
       Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, retroactive 9/1/75.
Sowder, Ray, Assistant Director for Business Affairs, Jefferson Community
       College, effective 9/15/75.
Spencer, Warren R., Director of Systems Development, Admissions
       & Registrar, retroactive 7/1/75.
Woodring, Denver H., Management Specialist, Office of Business
       Development and Government Services, College of Business &
       Economics, retroactive 6/1/75.


Administrative Appointments

Anderson, Richard L., Chairman, Department of Statistics, College
       of Arts & Sciences, retroactive 7/1/75.
Williams, A. S., Chairman, Department of Horticulture, College of
       Agriculture, effective 7/1/75.


Changes

Chapman, James P., from Assistant Budget Director, Budget Office,
       to Assistant to the Vice President, Vice President for Academic
       Affairs, effective 9/1/75.
Cramer, John R., from Associate Professor (part-time), Departments of
       Oral Surgery and Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, to Assistant
       Professor (part-time), Department of Anesthesiology, College of
       Medicine and Associate Professor (part-time), Departments of
       Oral Surgery and Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, effective
       7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Frazier, Quentin, from Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary),
       Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, to
       Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary), Department of
       Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Hoge, Henry William, from Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary),
       Department of Periodontics, College of Dentistry, to Assistant
       Professor, Department of Periodontics, College of Dentistry,
       7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Lutes, Marvin R., from Clinical Professor (voluntary) Department of
       Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, to Professor (part-time),
       Department of Endodontics, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through
       6/30/76.



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Munro, James L., from Professor (full-time). Department of Social
       Work, College of Social Professions, to Professor (part-time),
       Department of Social Work, College of Social Professions,
       8/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Padgett, Thomas R., from Assistant to the Vice President for Adrninis-
       tration, to Assistant to the V ice President for Business Affairs, and
       Director, Public Safety Division, effective 9/1/75.
Polites, Andrew T., from Associate Professor (part-time), Department
       of Periodontics, College of Dentistry, to Associate Clinical
       Professor (voluntary), Department of Periodontics, College
       of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Wright, Ballard D., fromn Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary),
       Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, to Associate
       Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine,
       7/1/75 through 6/30/76.


Joint Appointments

Blair, Herman A., Associate Professor,, Department of Endodontics, and
       Department of Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75
       through 6/30/76.
Busch, Lawrence, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, College
       of Agriculture, and Department of Sociology, College of Arts &
       Sciences, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Green, Spalding, Associate Professor, Departments of Oral Diagnosis and
       Oral Medicine, and Department of Community Dentistry, College
       of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Hamilton, Ronald D., Associate Professor', Department of Medicine,
       College of Medicine, and Department of Allied Health Education and
       Research, College of Allied Health Professions, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Lange, Karl, Associate Professor,, Department of Prosthodontics and
       Department of Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75
       through 6/30/76.
Poindexter, Bernard, Associate Professor, Department of Oral Surgery,
       and Department of Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry,
       7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
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