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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, September 17, 1991.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00
p.m. (Lexington time) on Tuesday, September 17, 1991 in the Board Room on
the 18th floor of Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Oath of Office Administered

       Mr. Foster Ockerman, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 1:00
p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Scott Crosbie.

       Mr. Ockerman announced the appointment of Dr. Jack D. Foster to
the Board of Trustees and asked Mr. John C. Darsie, General Counsel, to
administer the oath of office to Dr. Foster, following which Dr. Foster
was given a round of applause.

       Dr. Jack D. Foster appointed by Governor Wallace G. Wilkinson to
       replace Jerome A. Stricker. His term will expire June 30, 1994.

       B.    Roll Call

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call
of the roll: Mr. Foster Ockerman (Chairman), 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, Professor Judith Rhoads, Mr. C. Frank Shoop, Mrs. Marian
Moore Sims, Judge Robert F. Stephens, Mr. William B. Sturgill, Mr. Daniel
C. Ulmer, Jr. and Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson. Absent from the meeting were
Mr. William E. Burnett, Jr., Senator Walter D. Huddleston, Mr. James L.
Rose, and Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr. The University administration was
represented by President Charles T. Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Robert
E. Hemenway and Ben Carr, Jr.; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch, Edward A.
Carter, Donald B. Clapp, Linda J. Magid and Eugene Williams; Dr. Juanita
Fleming, Special Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs; and Mr.
John C. Darsie, General Counsel.

       Members of the news media were also in attendance. A quorum being
present, the Chairman declared the meeting officially open for the
conduct of business at 1:04 p.m.

       C.    Nomination of Officers and Executive Committee

       Under the Governing Regulations, officers of the Board and the
Executive Committee are elected annually at the September meeting, Mr.
Ockerman called upon Mr. Sturgill to preside and receive the report of
the Nominating Committee. Senator Huddleston, Chairperson of the
Nominating Committee was absent; therefore, Mr. Sturgill recognized Mrs.
Hayes, Vice Chairperson of the Nominating Committee.




 






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       Mrs. Hayes placed the following slate of officers for 1991-92 in
nomination:

             OFFICERS

             Foster Ockerman, Chairman
             William E. Burnett, Jr., Vice Chairman
             Edythe Jones Hayes, Secretary
             John C. Darsie, Assistant Secretary

       There being no nominations from the floor, Mr. Sturgill declared
the nominations closed and entertained a motion for approval. Mrs. Hayes
so moved. The motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, carried unanimously.

       Mrs. Hayes then placed the following slate of Executive Committee
members for 1991-92 in nomination:

             EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

             Foster Ockerman, Chairman
             William E. Burnett, Jr.
             Robert P. Meriwether
             James L. Rose
             Billy B. Wilcoxson
             Edythe Jones Hayes, ex officio

       There being no nominations from the floor, Mr. Sturgill
entertained a motion that the slate be approved. The motion was seconded
by Professor Rhoads and passed. Thereupon, the presiding role was
returned to the re-elected Chairman.

       D.    Minutes Approved

       Mr. Ockerman stated that the Minutes of the August 20, 1991
meeting had been distributed and asked for corrections or additions. Mr.
Ulmer moved that the Minutes be accepted as distributed. His motion,
seconded by Dr. Meriwether, carried.

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

       President Wethington reviewed briefly the following items in PR 1:

         1. The University of Kentucky has enrolled record-breaking
             numbers of students in nearly all areas of the University
             for the Fall 1991 semester.

         2. The College of Dentistry students excel in the Southern
             Regional Clinical Board Examination.

         3. The University of Kentucky is ranked among 101 best college
             values in The 1992 Guide_to 101 of the Best Values in
             American Colleges and Universities.




 






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         4. Angene H. Wilson, a faculty member in the College of
             Education, has been named the 1991 Kentucky Professor of the
             Year by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

         5. Two more equine research scientists, Dr. Leo B. Jeffcott and
             the late Dr. Philip Rarick Edwards, will be inducted into
             the Equine Research Hall of Fame on November 21.

         6. A new University of Kentucky Center for Rural Health opened
             in Hazard, Kentucky this fall.

         7. T. Marshall Hahn, Jr., who graduated from UK in 1945 and now
             heads the Georgia-Pacific Corporation, has won a 1991
             Outstanding Alumnus of Kentucky Award.

         8. Paducah Community College raised $28,000 at its annual
             Paducah Community College Celebrity Golf Tournament on
             August 7.

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

       F.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       With President Wethington so recommending, on motion made by Mr.
Crosbie, seconded by Professor Rhoads and passed, the routine personnel
actions in PR 2 were approved. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       G.    Appointment of Vice Chancellor. Academic Affairs - Community
College System (PR 4A)

       President Wethington called upon Chancellor Carr to comment on
PR 4A.

       Dr. Carr recommended the appointment of Dr. Anthony L. Newberry as
Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs for the Community College System,
effective November 1. He reviewed Dr. Newberry's credentials and stated
that Dr. Newberry has demonstrated the academic and administrative
leadership required for the position. He expressed pleasure in having
Dr. Newberry join the Chancellor's staff.

       President Wethington said that he was pleased to recommend to the
Board that Dr. Newberry be named Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs. He
has proven to be a capable faculty member and administrator in the
Community College System. Professor Rhoads so moved. Professor Betts
said that Dr. Newberry is intelligent, responsible, imaginative, gracious
and efficient. He seconded the motion with great enthusiasm, and the
motion passed unanimously. Dr. Newberry was asked to stand and be
recognized, following which he received a round of applause. (See PR 4A
at the end of the Minutes.)

       Mr. Ockerman noted that Professor Betts has written a book titled
"France and Decolonisation, 1900-1960" and expressed pleasure inl
recognizing Professor Betts' accomplishment.




 






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       H.    New Academic Degree (PR 6A)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board authorize the
award of the new degree of Master of Science in Communication Disorders
to those students who satisfactorily complete the requirements for that
degree as approved by the University Senate. President Wethington
pointed out that this is not a new program but a new title for a degree.
Mr. Shoop so moved. The motion was seconded by Mr. Crosbie and carried.
(See PR 6A at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.   Appointments to University Hospital of the Albert B.
Chandler Medical Center. Inc. Board of Directors (PR 6B)

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments of Mrs. Edythe Hayes and Mr. C. Frank Shoop as members of
the Board of Directors of the University Hospital of the Albert B.
Chandler Medical Center, Inc. with terms to expire on May 1, 1992 and
December 31, 1996, respectively. The motion, which was made by Dr.
Meriwether and seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, passed. (See PR 6B at the end
of the Minutes.)

       J.    Strategic Plan and Biennial Request 1991-94 (FCR 6)

       President Wethington asked that the Strategic Plan and Biennial
Request be made a part of the President's report. Mr. Ockerman granted
the request.

       President Wethington stated that FCR 6 is a combination request of
a two-year plan for operating purposes and a six-year plan for capital
purposes. He reminded the Board of the many hours of involvement from
all sectors of the University (the faculty, staff, administrators,
students and others) in preparing the Strategic Plan and the 1992-94
Biennial Request. This is the framework representing the priorities for
the university's activities for the next two years. It is a request
that, in the administration's opinion, would allow the University to move
ahead. It represents the real needs of the University.

       President Wethington began his presentation by reviewing the
document format: statutory provisions, organization, purpose and
mission, plans (Strategic Plan, Land Use Plan, Capital Plan and
Information Resources Plan), operating and capital requests, and
supporting information. He noted that this document contains more
information about the University than any other document. He invited the
members of the Board to keep it and refer to it occasionally because most
everything of significance about the University is described in this plan.

       President Wethington noted some proposed changes in the Strategic
Plan. He said that the University needs to put more emphasis on
strengthening its commitment to the teaching and learning environment.
It needs to play a lead role in higher education in helping implement the
elementary and secondary Education Reform Act and in the implementation
of the healthcare initiative in East Kentucky, particularly in the Hazard
region. He explained that an objective on cultural diversity has also
been added. This objective will bridge the state, regional, national and
international communities by putting more emphasis on the University's
efforts that are ongoing with students and faculty.




 






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       President Wethington said that the University will strengthen the
development and stewardship of its human, fiscal and physical resources.
It will put emphasis on good management, good skills, and good
accountability to recruit and retain the highest quality faculty and
staff. There will also be emphasis on pride in appearance of the
campuses to have them look even better. He added that emphasis will be
placed on making the athletics program compatible with and supportive of
the university's mission.  He reported that there will be a service
orientation of the University to let the state know that the University
is here to serve in any way it can.

       Through a series of charts, President Wethington reviewed the
progress toward equity in higher education funding for 1990-92 and the
preliminary state appropriation increases.  He then provided a summary of
state funding request for 1992-94 and elaborated on the fixed costs
(statutory and contractual obligations), the cost-of-living expenses,
program improvement in the Community College System and the University
System, and new programs for both systems.  He noted the following
special requests and expanded on them:

       Community College Svstem
       1. Lexington Community College tuition equalization
       2. London-Corbin operating expenses
       3. Extended Campus sites in Whitley City, Whitesburg, and Pikeville
       4. business and industry technical assistance centers (BITAC)
       5. funding of current enrollment levels

       University System
       1. Continuation of Engineering Education Enhancement program
       2. Rural Healthcare
       3. KERA implementation
       4. Agricultural economic development initiative
       5. Kentucky Geological Survey program enhancement
       6. Center for Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Expansion
       7. Emerging Center in Molecular Biology (operating and capital)

       Following a review of the 1992-94 capital request by type of
project and by source of funds, he provided a summary of the state
funding request.

       In conclusion, he said that the document goes back to the mission
of the University.  It reflects where the University is today.   It also
notes that the University has made great headway in the last two years in
bringing the faculty and staff to a more competitive salary level.   He
commented that a priority for the University is to maintain that level
and to build on it.

       President Wethington expressed pleasure in recognizing the efforts
of Mr. Ed Carter, Ms. Joan McCauley, and their staff, the Chancellors,
and Vice Presidents who worked on putting the document together. He
recommended that the Strategic Plan and 1992-94 Biennial Request be
approved.




 






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      Mr. Ockerman thanked President Wethington for the comprehensive
explanation of the budget request, all the members of the Board for
attending sessions to review the document, Mr. Carter, and others of the
administrative staff for the tremendous amount of time and effort placed
in preparing the document. He entertained a motion for approval. Mr.
Wilcoxson so moved. The motion, seconded by Judge Stephens, passed
unanimously.

       K.    Disposal of Personal Property (FOR 1)

       Mr. Ockerman, Chairman of the Finance Committee, recommended that
the routine report on the disposal of surplus equipment be approved.
Professor Rhoads so moved. The motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, carried.
(See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       L.   Designation of Depository Bank (FCR 2)

       With the Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the Board of Trustees designate Wachovia Bank
and Trust Company, N.A. to serve as a depository bank for the University
of Kentucky Health Profession and Nursing Student Loans.  On motion made
by Mrs. Hayes, seconded by Dr. Meriwether and passed, FCR 2 was
approved. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    Acceptance of Audit Report for the University of Kentucky
for 1990-91 (FCR 3)

       On recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the Board accept the University of Kentucky
financial statements for the year ended June 30, 1991. Mr. Sturgill so
moved. His motion was seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson and passed. (See FCR 3
at the end of the Minutes.)

       N.    Report of Leases (FOR 4)

       On motion made by Mr. Ulmer, seconded by Professor Rhoads and
carried, the Board accepted the Report of Leases in FCR 4. (See FCR 4 at
the end of the Minutes.)

       0.    1991-92 Budget Revisions (FCR 5)

       With the concurrence of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
recommended that the Board approve the 1991-92 budget revisions. Mr.
Sturgill so moved.  The motion, seconded by Mrs. Sims, carried.   (See
FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)

       P.   Acceptance of Gift from the U.S. Department of Education
t(FR 7)

       Mr. Ockerman reviewed the background information and recommended
that the Board accept the gift of $1,000,002 from the U.S. Department of
Education. On motion made by Professor Rhoads, seconded by Dr. Foster
and carried, the Board approved FCR 7. (See FCR 7 at the end of the
Minutes.)




 






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       Q.    The Rosenthal Endowed Chair in Management Information
Systems (FCR 8)

       Mr. Ockerman entertained a motion that the Board name the Endowed
Chair in Management Information Systems the Rosenthal Endowed Chair in
Management Information Systems. Professor Bratt so moved. Mr. Wilcoxson
seconded the motion, and it passed unanimously.   (See FCR 8 at the end of
the minutes.)

       R.    Field House Project Funding (FCR 9)

       On recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the Board approve the allocation of gifts
received for the Field House project, Blue-White restricted gifts in the
amount of $1,900,000, and Blue-White quasi-endowment funds in an amount
up to $6,200,000 to fund the Field House project in the total amount of
$8,500,000. Mr. Sturgill said that this is a part of the continuing
progress of the Athletics Association started by Mr. C. M. Newton. He
moved approval of the recommendation. His motion, seconded by Judge
Stephens, carried.  President Wethington noted that the project is out
for bids, and bids are expected before the end of September.    (See FCR 9
at the end of the Minutes.)

       S.    Rsolution of the Board of Trustees fithe University of
Kentucky Accevting the Successful Bid for the Purchase of $11.250.000
Principal Amount of University of Kentuckv Qolnitv Colleges Ed cational
Buildings Revenue Bonds. Series 1. Dated September 1. 1991 (FCR 10)

       Thereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Ulmer and seconded by Mr.
Crosbie that the following titled Resolution, which was presented to and
accepted by the Finance Committee, be passed:

       Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky
       Accepting the Successful Bid for the Purchase of $11,250,000
       Principal Amount of University of Kentucky Community Colleges
       Educational Buildings Revenue Bonds, Series I, Dated September

       (Resolution attached to these Minutes.)

       The motion passed. Thereupon, the Chairman declared that the
motion had carried and that the Resolution had been passed and adopted.
He directed that the same be recorded in the Minutes of the Board. (See
FCR 10 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    A Resolution authorizing the Issuance of $9.755.000 of
University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildings Revenue Bonds.
Series M. Dated October 1. 1991. of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky (FCR 11)

       Mr. Ockerman entertained a motion that the Board approve a
Resolution authorizing the issuance of $9,755.000 of University of
Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildings Revenue Bonds, Series M,
Dated October 1, 1991, of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky. Several questions and concerns were expressed by Dr. Foster




 






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and Professor Bratt with explanations provided by President Wethington.
On motion made by Professor Rhoads, seconded by Dr. Foster and carried,
the Resolution was approved. (See FCR 11 at the end of the Minutes.)

       U.    University Hospital Project (FCR 12)

       With the Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the Board approve a project in the amount of
$1,453,600 in University Hospital funds for replacement equipment and
facilities for the University Hospital incinerator.   He noted that this
is brought about to comply with Federal regulations in disposal of
waste. Dr. Meriwether so moved. His motion, which was seconded by Judge
Stephens, carried. (See FCR 12 at the end of the Minutes.)

       V.    A Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of a Farm in Woodford
County, Kentucky. Requesting the State Property and Buildings Commission
to issue Bonds in the Principal Amount of $ll.500.O00. and Authorizing
Lease Payments Sufficient to Defray the Repayment of the Bonds (FCR 13)

       Mr. Ockerman said that he was pleased to bring FCR 13 which
authorizes the purchase of a 1500 acre farm in Woodford County to the
Board. He reviewed the recommendation and expressed appreciation to
Governor Wilkinson for negotiating down the asking price of the property
and for getting Mr. Allen Paulsen to make a gift of the house and the 31
acres valued at $1.2 million to the University. He asked President
Wethington fox comments.

       President Wethington also expressed appreciation to Governor
Wilkinson for his personal involvement in the purchase of Brookside Farm
#2, for getting the price of the farm down to $11,500,000 which basically
saves the University and the state $1,000,000 on the purchase price and
for giving the University the opportunity to close the deal and get on
with a replacement farm to allow the development of Coldstream Research
Park campus. This replacement farm for the College of Agriculture
Coldstream Farm is absolutely essential to the university's development
of its research campus. Brookside Farm #2 is the best farm for the
College of Agriculture in terms of the quality of land and the location.

       Mr. Sturgill stated that, in his opinion, this is a step of real
progress for the University and the College of Agriculture. He
complimented President Wethington and his staff for bringing this to the
table where it can go forward. He moved the adoption of the Resolution.
Mr. Shoop so moved.

       Professor Bratt asked if this property would satisfy the College
of Agriculture's replacement needs for the Coldstream Farm.    President
Wethington reported that Coldstream Farm is roughly 900 acres plus and
Brookside Farm #2 is 1500 acres.   Therefore, Brookside Farm #2 is more
than adequate in terms of land area and will satisfy the present needs of
the College of Agriculture. The College will likely need additional
space in years ahead.



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       W.    Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairman adjourned the meeting at 2:15 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       Edythe Jones Hayes
                                       Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

(PR's 2, 4A, 6A, and 6B; FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and
13 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the meeting.)


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Members, Board of Trustees:


                           PERSONNEL ACTIONS

LeB-c jmendation: 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:  September 17. 1991



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                           CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I.  BOARD ACTION

    A. EARLY RETIREMENT

           Center for Biomedical Engineering

           Burbank, Peter L., Machinist III, Center for Biomedical
              Engineering, after 25.75 consecutive years of service,
              under Section III.A.2 of AR II-1.6.1, effective 9/30/91.

           Kentucky Geological Survey

           Heath, Margaret A., Account Clerk V, Kentucky Geological Survey,
              after 21.00 consecutive years of service, under Section
              III.A.2 of AR II-1.6-1, effective 10/31/91.



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                      COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.  BOARD ACTION

    A.   RETIREMENTS

              Jefferson Community College

              Harris, Fred L., Duplicating Sub-Station Head,
                   following 15 consecutive years of service, (under
                   AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B), effective 9/27/91.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A.  ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

              Ashland Community College

              Flouhouse, Steven, Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
              Gussler, Sandra K., Assistant Professor in the
                   Community College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
              Harmon, Ben, Assistant Professor in the Community
                   College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
              Slater, Michelle, Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.
              Swetnam, Mark, Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

              Elizabethtown Community College

              Allison, Eric P., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/8/91 through 6/30/92.
              Deneen, Lea Ann, Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/12/91 through 6/30/92.

              Hazard Community College

              Hoppe, John F., Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System, 8/1/9]. through 6/30/92.
              Lawson, David, Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
              Mackin, Reid D., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
               Smith, Donna S., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
              Watts, Bernard, Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.




 










Henderson Community College

Conkright, Kay M., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 12/31/91.
Reid, Kevin B, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 12/31/91.
Tutt, Doris A., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

Hopkinsville Community College

Pearson, Alissa L., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

Jefferson Community College

Brooks, Bennanaye, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/7/91 through 6/30/92.
Crawford, Candice C., Instructor in the Community
     College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Head, Shari R., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/1/91 through 5/31/93.
Holding, Carol S., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 12/31/91.
Kavari, Masoud, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/i/91 through 12/31/91.
Lites, William W., Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Monaco, John E., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/1/91 through 12/31/93.
Reeves, Marianne, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/1/91 through 5/31/93.

Lexington Community College

Cash, David, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Coleman, Gary R., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Culler, John J., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/29/91 through 6/30/94.
Elvidge, Kevin, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Howe, Adrienne C., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/5/91 through 5/31/92.
Humphrey, Sue P., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/2/91 through 5/31/92.
Kleier, Susan, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Lerner, Michael H., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Miller, Patricia A., Instructor in the Community
     College System, 8/19/91 through 5/31/92.



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Muncy, Robert G., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Reeder, Gregory, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Takacs, Patricia E., Instructor in the Community
     College System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through
     6/30/94.
Thompson, Harry, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.

Madisonville Community College

Douglas, Nancy L., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.
Moore, Bob A., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.

Maysville Community College

Bishop, Yvonne G., Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, 8/8/91 through 6/30/92.

Owensboro Community College

Hogan, Vicki, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Jackson-Hendricks, Wanda, Instructor in the Community
     College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Wallace, Abby J., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

Paducah Community College

Akojie, Felix 0., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Brown, Gary, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 7/1/91 through 6/30/94.
Butler, Karen M., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 5/31/92.
Lindsay, Denise R., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
Mandrell, Constance L., Instructor in the Community
     College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
McMullen, Deann, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

Prestonsburg Community College

Beard, D. Lee, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 7/22/91 through 6/30/92.
Brashear, Don D., Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.




 






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         Brink, Benjamin W., Instructor in the Community College
              System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Dai, Rui-Xiu, Assistant Professor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Drogin, LaurieAnn, Instructor in the Community College
              System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Gillis, Billy R., Assistant Professor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Gyldenvand, James L., Instructor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Humphrey, Brenda K., Instructor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Jacobs, Deborah, Assistant Professor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Kendall, Joanne, Instructor in the Community College
              System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Martin, Karen L., Instructor in the Community College
              System, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.
         Naqvi, Syed, Assistant Professor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Orf, Thomas M., Assistant Professor in the Community
              College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Peffer, G. Anthony, Assistant Professor in the
              Community College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Saunders, Duane, Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Torok, George, Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Varma, Jyoti, Instructor in the Community College
               System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
         Vierheller, Thomas, Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.

          Somerset Community College

          Barnes, Virgie, Instructor in the Community College
               System, 8/1/91 through 6/30/92.
          Glidden, Moses, Instructor in the Community College
               System, 8/1/91 through 5/31/92.

          Southeast Community College

          Marcum, Joseph S., Instructor in the Community College
               System, 8/12/91 through 6/30/92.
          Sharpe, Denise R., Instruc