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    Minutes  of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Ken.ucky, Tuesday, April 7, 1981.



    The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in regular
statutory session at 2 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on Tuesday, April
,  198 1  in  the Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson Office
Tower on the Lexington campus.

    A.   Meeting Opened and Acting Secretary Appointed

    Mr.  Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 2 p.m. and
the invocation was pronounced by Mr. McBrayer. The Chairman, in the
absence of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees, Mrs. Betty Pace
Clark, appointed Professor Constance P. Wilson as Acting-Secretary of
the Board of Trustees.

    B.   Oath of Office Administered

    Mr. Sturgill welcomed the new members of the Board of Trustees and
requested Mr. John Darsie, General Counsel, to administer the oath of
office to the following:

         Mr. William R. Black, alumni representative, reappointed
              by Governor John Y. Brown, Jr. for a term   expiring
              December 31, 1986,

         Mr.  Albert G. Clay, reappointed by Governor Brown f-or a
              term expiring December 31, 1986,

         Mr.  Robert  T.  McCowan, appointed by Governor Brown to
              replace Dr. David A. Hull, for a term expiring
              December 31, 1986,

         Professor William F. Wagner, faculty representative
              elected to replace Professor Michael Adelstein, for
              a term expiring June 30, 1983,

         Professor Constance P. Wilson, faculty representative
              reelected for a term expiring June 30, 1984.



    C.   Roll Call

    The  following  members of the Board of Trustees answered the call
of the roll:  Mr. William B. Sturgill, Chairman, Mr. William R. Black,
Mr. Albert G. Clay, Professor Opal Skaggs Conley, Mr. Tracy Farmer,
Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes,  Mrs.  Sally  Hermansdorfer,   Mr.  Thomas  B.
Kessinger,  Mr.  W.  Terry  McBrayer, Mr. Robert T. McCowan, Mr. Frank
Ramsey, Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Mr. Brad Sturgeon, Professor   William  F.
Wagner,  Professor  Constance  P.  Wilson,   and  Mr. William '.. Young.
Absent from the meeting were:  Governor Albert Benjamin Chandler, Mrs.
Betty  Pace  Clark,  Mr.  A.  Stevens Miles, and Mr. W. B. Terry.   Thi
University  administration  was  represented   by  President  Otis   A.
Singletary;  Vice  Presidents  Peter  P.  Bosomworth, Donald B. Clapp,
Lewis W. Cochran, Raymond R.  Hornback,  John   T.  Smith,  Charles  1.
Vethington, and Robert G. Zumwinkle; Dr. Art Gallaher, Vice Presicinlt-




 






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Designate; Dr. Wimberly C. Royster, Dean of the Graduate School and
Coordinator of Research; and Mr. John C. Darsie, General Counsel.
Members of the various  news media   were also   in attendance.    The
Secretary reported a quorum present and the Chairman declared the
meeting officially open for the conduct of business at 2:03 p.m.

    D.  Minutes Approved

    The Minutes of the March 10, 1981 meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Board of Trustees were approved without objection.

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

    President Singletary reviewed some of the items in his monthly
report to the Trustees, calling particular  attention  to:   the  five
faculty members (Professors Charles W. Ellinger, William C. Lubawy,
Robert K. Berry, Alice A. Cleveland, and Michael B. Coyle) who have
been selected as the 1981 Great Teachers; the retirement dinner and
symposium on April 9 and 10 in honor of Dr. Lewis W. Cochran; the
second annual UK Day scheduled for Sunday, April 26; and the 17
distinguished journalists who will be honored as the first inductees
into the new Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame next Monday, April 13.
Upon the recommendation of President Singletary, the Chairman received
the report and ordered it filed.

    F.   Recommendations of the President (PR 2)

    Although most of the items in PR 2 were routine in nature,
President Singletary did call attention to the appointment of Mr.
Shirley H. Phillips as Associate Director of the Cooperative Extension
Service in the College of Agriculture, and the appointment of Richard
C. Domek, Associate Professor in the Department of Music, as Acting
Dean of the College of Fine    Arts.   With  President  Singletary   so
recommending, on motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey and
passed, PR 2 was approved. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

    G.   Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3)

    Noting  that  PR  3  contained  the appointment of John N. Walker,
Professor in the Department of Agricultural Engineering, as Acting
Director of the Institute of Mining and Minerals Research, President
Singletary recommended its approval. On motion by Mr. Clay, seconded
by Mr. Sturgeon and passed, PR 3 was approved. (See PR 3 at the end
of the Minutes.)

    H.   1980-81 Budget Revisions (PR 4)

    On motion by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Kessinger and passed, the
budget revisions, as recommended in PR 4, were authorized and
approved. (See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

    I.   Patent Assignment (PR 5)

    The recommendation in PR 5 regarding patent assignment being of a
routine nature, President Singletary recommended approval.   On  motion
by Mrs. Hermansdorfer, seconded by Mr. McBrayer, and passed, PR 5 was
approved. (See PR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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    J.   Proposed Amendments to the Governing Regulations (PR 6)

    President Singletary recommended that the proposed amendments to
the Governing Regulations which were received and tabled at the
February 9, 1981 meeting of the Board be removed from the table and
approved. The proposed amendments will provide consistency between
the Governing Regulations of the University and the University's
current practice. Mrs. Hayes so moved. Her motion was seconded by
Professor Conley and passed. (See PR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

    K.   Reestablishment of Department of Telecommunications (PR 7)

    President Singletary recommended that the Board approve the
reestablishment  of  the  Department  of  Telecommunications   as    an
educational unit in the College of Communications, effective with the
appointment of a chairperson or acting chairperson for the department.
This proposal has been reviewed by appropriate administrators and
committees, and has been recommended for approval by the University
Senate.   On  motion  by  Mr.  Black, seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey and
passed, the reestablishment of the Department of Telecommunications
was approved. (See PR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)

    L.   University Research Professorships (PR 8)

    President Singletary said it was with much pleasure that he was
recommending approval of three University Research Professorships for
1981-82 to be awarded to the following professors in recognition of
their outstanding research achievements: William Gragg, Department of
Mathematics; Jerome Mechier, Department of English; and Professor
Clasine van Winter, Departments of Physics and Mathematics. The three
recipients were present at the meeting and were introduced. Following
a round of applause for the three faculty members, Mr. Sturgill called
for a motion for approval of the naming of these individuals as
University Research Professors for 1981-82. Professor Wilson so moved.
Her motion was seconded by Professor Wagner and passed unanimously.
(See PR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)

    M.   Honorary Degree Recipients (PR 9)

    President Singletary recommended that approval be granted for
awarding the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters to Mrs. Harriette
Louisa Simpson Arnow; Doctor of Letters to Dr. Daniel J. Boorstin;
Doctor of Law to Mr. James C. Bowling; Doctor of Law to the Honorable
John Y. Brown, Jr.; and the Doctor of Science to Dr. Stephen Diachun.
The Committee on Honorary Degrees has recommended to the Graduate
Faculty and the University Senate that honorary degrees be awarded to
these persons and these two bodies have expressed their approval of
the  recommendation.   Mr.  Clay so moved.  His motion was seconded by
Mrs. Hermansdorfer and passed unanimously. (See PR 9 at the end of
the Minutes.)

    N.   Report on Tobacco and Health Research Institute

    President Singletary reported on the recent developments at the
Tobacco and Health  Research  Institute.    He  pointed  out  that   the
current investigation, which resulted from rumors, anonymous letters,
and  comments  of  concern,  was   incomplete.   He  has   turned   over
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individuals and added that additional security for the building itself
has  been  provided.   In  addition, at the request of Dr. Gary Huber,
President Singletary arranged for an audit of the Institute.    Because
of various charges, rumors and anonymous communications, President
Singletary assigned the General Counsel of the University, Mr. John
Darsie, to conduct a thorough investigation of affairs at the
Institute. A substantial number of contradictory and conflicting
allegations have resulted from this investigation which range from
statements that could be interpreted as personal dislike for the
Director, to questions that suggest mal-administration, to questions
that raise the possibility of violations of law, to allegations about
the research program itself.  Some of the allegations were found to be
trivial or frivolous and some others were not.    President  Singletary
expressed  his  concern about the allegations of possible violation of
law and of administrative practices which are unacceptable to the
University.

    President Singletary then read the following statement, copies of
which were distributed to the news media:

         In  the  course  of  this investigation, certain matters
    have  come  to  light  which  raise  serious   administrative
    concerns as well as questions of possible violations of law.
    The information relating to the administrative concerns
    developed in the investigation has of course been considered
    in the decisions to be announced here today. The University
    cannot make the ultimate decisions concerning legal issues.
    Therefore,   with   respect   to   these    aspects   of   the
    investigation, we have and will continue to cooperate with
    the proper authorities.

         On the recommendation of Dr. Wimberly Royster, Graduate
    Dean  who  has  the  administrative  responsibility   for  the
    Tobacco and Health Research Institute, I am taking the
    following actions:

          1.   I  am  temporarily  reassigning  Dr.  Gary L.
          Huber, Director of the Tobacco and Health Research
          Institute,   and   Mr.  Val  E.  Pochay,   Associate
          Director. Dr. Huber is being reassigned to duties
          in the College of Medicine where he holds a tenured
          professorship. Mr. Pochay is being reassigned to
          duties in the office of the Graduate Dean. Both
          actions are effective immediately.

          2.   I  have  asked Dr. Layten Davis, Professor of
          Agronomy, to serve as temporary acting Director of
          the Tobacco and Health Research Institute. Dr.
          Davis, a widely respected authority in tobacco leaf
          chemistry, has accepted the temporary appointment
          which becomes effective immediately. I have asked
          Mr.   Joe   Burch   to   oversee    the   day-to-day
          administrative responsibilities at the Institute,
          beginning  immediately.   Mr.  Burch,  who has ably
          served in a number of administrative capacities on
          this campus and is currently Dean of Students, is
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          3.   Because  of  certain   allegations  about   the
          research program itself, I expect, in the immediate
          future, to appoint a committee of scientists to
          make  a  technical  evaluation   of   the    research
          programs of the Institute and to report their
          findings and recommendations to me. I will share
          this information with the Kentucky Tobacco Research
          Board.

          In the meantime, both the audit and the investigation
    will be continued. I will have no further comments on the
    audit or the investigation until their completion.

    President Singletary said he wished to add for amplification to
the Board that his action today should not be misunderstood or
misinterpreted.   He  stressed  that this does not represent any final
action and it does not and should not be interpreted as indicating
that there have, in fact, been violations of law. Neither does his
action today indicate that the University has made any final decision
about the directorship of the Institute.

    President Singletary pointed out that when Dr. Gary Huber came to
the University, he came into a situation that was deteriorating.      The
former director was suffering from a terminal illness over a prolonged
period of time.  He said  it  was   obvious  that  the   leadership  had
faltered.   Dr. Huber did, in fact, take some actions at the Institute
which were very strong in the deletion of the positions of some 20     or
more  persons.   This  action generated a certain amount of hostility.
President  Singletary   feels  Dr.   Huber  has  been   subjected  to   a
persistent campaign of harassment and he thinks these things should be
recognized.

    President Singletary concluded by stating that his action today,
based on several discussions and with the recommendation of Dean
Royster, is believed to be a prudent administrative action which is in
the best interest of the University and all concerned, and is aimed
primarily at the necessity to insure that the program itself continues
to function.

    The Chairman thanked President Singletary for his report.

    0.   Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

    Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
committee had met on the morning of April 7 and considered four items
to be presented for action, the first of which was the Interim
Financial Report   for  the  period   ending  February   28,  1981.    The
Committee found the University to be 'on target" and Mr. Clay moved
that the report be accepted. His motion, seconded by Mr. Kessinger,
passed and the report was accepted. (See FCR 1 at the end of the
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    P.   Financial Statement of Spindletop Hall, Inc. (FCR 2)

    On motion by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Farmer and passed, the
Board of Trustees accepted the financial statement of Spindletop Hall,
Inc. for the year ended December 31, 1980.

    Q.   Authorization  to  Expend  from  Maintenance Reserve by Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity (FCR 3)

    Acting on the recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Clay
moved that the Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer be
authorized to request funds from the "Maintenance Reserve Account" as
recommended in FCR 3 for the purpose of paying the cost of replacing
two water heaters at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity House. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Frank Ramsey and passed with all present
voting "aye". (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

    R.     Resolution  Approving  Report  of  the  Director, Auxiliary
Services, Reciting Inspection of the Housing and Dining Buildings and
Appurtenant Facilities of the University's Housing and Dining System,
Previously Approved by the President as Required in Connection with
the Delivery to the Purchasers of the University's $4,200,000 "Housing
and Dining System Revenue Bond Anticipation Notes, Series L," Sold    at
Public Sale on March 10, 1981 (FCR 4)

    The members of the Board were reminded that the Executive
Committee at its meeting held on March 10, 1981, awarded at public
sale the University's $4,200,000 Housing and Dining System Revenue
Bond Anticipation Notes, Series L. The Series L Notes were sold for
the purpose of providing for payment of the costs of constructing an
addition to the University's Student Center.

    One of the conditions set forth in the Board's June 1, 1965, Trust
Indenture with Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Company, Frankfort,
Kentucky, as Trustee, creating and establishing the issue of "Housing
and Dining System Revenue Bonds," is that each Series of Bonds may
rank on a basis of parity as to security and source of payment with
all previously issued Bonds only if there is a written report, made by
a proper member of the University's staff, approved by the President,
and submitted to and approved by the Board, showing that there has
been a physical inspection of all the facilities of the System and
that they are found to be in a good and tenantable state of repair,
ordinary wear and tear excepted.

    Mr. Albert Clay tendered to the Board such a certificate made
under date of March 23, 1981, signed by the Director, Auxiliary
Services, and bearing the written endorsement of approval of the
President. He requested that the same be approved by the Board.

    Mr. Clay moved that the tendered certificate of the Director,
Auxiliary Services, be approved, and his motion was seconded by Mr.
Homer  Ramsey.   After  discussion,   the Chairman put the question and
upon call of the roll, the motion was approved by unanimous vote of
all members present. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)




 







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    S.  Meeting Adjourned

    There  being  no  further  business to come before the meeting, on
motion duly made, seconded and  carried,  the  Chairman declared   the
meeting adjourned at 2:25 p.m.

                   Respectfully submitted,






                   Constance P. Wilson
                   Acting Secretary
                   Board of Trustees






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




 




                                      Office of the President
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                                      PR Z








   Members, Board of Trustees:
                  RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT

I.      Appointments and/or Other Staff Changes
   Recommendations:   (1)  that approval be given to the appointments
   and/or other staff 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

   A.   Academic Appointments

         MEDICAL CENTER

              College of Pharmacy

              Schneller,   George   H.,  Visiting  Professor,    3/1/81
                   through 6/30/81.




 






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B.   Administrative Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Agriculture

          Phillips,   Shirley   H.,   Extension  Specialist  (with
               tenure), Agronomy    and   Assistant    Director   -
               Cooperative Extension for Agriculture, appointed
               Associate   Director   of    Kentucky    Cooperative
               Extension Service, effective 3/24/81.



COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

     Lexington Technnical Institute

     Webb, Carol, Associate Professor in the Community
          College  System   (with  tenure),   named   Division
          Chairman,   Division    of   Business   and  Related
          Technologies, 7/1/81 through 6/30/84.



C.   Reappointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Agriculture

          Poonacha, Kockanda B., Associate Clinical Professor*,
               Veterinary Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Rice,   Harold   B.,   Associate  Extension  Professor*,
               Agronomy, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.

     MEDICAL CENTER

          College of Allied Health Professions

          Pisaneschi, Janet, Associate Professor*, Allied Health
               Education and Research, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.



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         College of Medicine

         Galardy, Richard E., Associate Professor, Biochemistry,
               7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Shafer, James W., Associate Professor*, Ophthalmology,
               7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Stevens, David B., Associate Professor*, Surgery, 7/1/81
               through 6/30/82.

          College of Nursing

          Baker, Alma W., Associate Professor*, 7/'/81 through
               6/3 0/8 2.
         Gartner,   Claudine,  Associate  Professor  (part-time),
               7/1/81 through 6/30/82.

D.   Tenure

     MEDICAL CENTER

          College of Nursing

          Lee, Gwendolyn, Associate Professor* (with tenure),
               effective 7/1/81.

E.   Promotions

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Arts and Sciences

          Hoverland,  Lilian,  from   Assistant Professor (without
               tenure), Germanic Languages and Literatures, to
               Associate   Professor   (with   tenure),   Germanic
               Languages and Literatures, effective 7/1/81.
          MacAdam, Keith B., from Assistant Professor (without
               tenure),  Physics  and  Astronomy,   to   Associate
               Professor (with tenure), Physics and Astronomy,
               effective 7/1/81.
          Popkin, Jeremy D., from Assistant Professor (without
               tenure), History, to Associate Professor (with
               tenure), History, effective 7/1/81.
          Prats, Armando J., Assistant Professor (without tenure),
               English, to Associate Professor (with tenure),
               English, effective 7/1/81.



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MEDICAL CENTER

     College of Dentistry

     Lillich, Thomas T., from Associate Professor, (with
          tenure), Oral Biology, and Assistant Professor,
          Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology,
          College of Medicine, to Professor (with tenure),
          Oral Biology, and Assistant Professor, Medical
          Microbiology and Immunology, College of Medicine,
          effective 7/1/81.
     Matheny,  James  L.,  from  Associate   Professor  (with
          tenure), Oral Biology, to Professor (with tenure),
          Oral Biology, effective 7/1/81.
     Webster,   David  B.,  from  Assistant  Professor  (with
          tenure),  Community    Dentistry,   to    Associate
          Professor   (with   tenure), Community Dentistry,
          effective 7/1/81.

     College of Medicine

     Cottrill,   Carol,  from  Assistant  Professor  (without
          tenure), Pediatrics, to Associate Professor (with
          tenure), Pediatrics, effective 7/1/81.
     Dougherty, John A., from Assistant Professor (Adjunct
          Series), Psychiatry, joint with Pharmacology, to
          Associate Professor (Adjunct Series), Psychiatry,
          joint with Pharmacology, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
     Neill,   John  R.,  from  Assistant  Professor  (without
          tenure), Psychiatry    and   Assistant   Professor,
          Department of Allied Health Education and Research,
          College of Allied Health Professions, to Associate
          Professor (with tenure), Psychiatry and Assistant
          Professor, Department of Allied Health Education
          and Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
          effective 6/1/81.
     Overman, Timothy L., from Assistant Professor (Adjunct
          Series),  Pathology,  joint  with   Department   of
          Medical   Technology,   College  of Allied   Health
          Professions,  to Associate    Professor,   (Adjunct
          Series),   Pathology,   joint with Department    of
          Medical  Technology,  College  of   Allied   Health
          Professions, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.



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         Sniecinski, Irena 3., from Assistant Professor* (without
              tenure), Pathology,   joint with    Department   of
              Medical   Technology,   College  of Allied   Health
              Professions, to Associate Professor* (with tenure),
              Pathology, joint as Assistant Professor, Department
              of Medical Technology, College of Allied Health
              Professions, effective 7/1/81.
         Todd, Edward P., from Associate Professor (with tenure),
               Surgery,  to  Professor  (with  tenure),   Surgery,
               effective 7/1/81.

         College of Nursing

         Robinson,   Mary   Kathryn,  from  Assistant  Professor*
               (without tenure), to Associate Professor* (with
               tenure), effective 7/1/81.
          Sheahan, Sharon, from Assistant Professor* (without
               tenure), to Associate Professor* (with tenure),
               effective 7/1/81.

                    ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION


F.   Academic Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Agriculture

          Eizenga,   Georgia,   Assistant   Professor   (Adjunct),
               Agronomy, 1/11/81 through 6/30/82.
          Grove,   John  Hamman,  Assistant  Professor,  Agronomy,
               4/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          MacKown, Charles T., Assistant Professor (Adjunct),
               Agronomy, 10/6/80 through 6/30/82.

          Graduate Center for Toxicology

          Enoch, Harry G., Assistant Professor (Adjunct) (part-
               time), effective 1/1/81.

          College of Law

          Welling, Sarah N., Assistant Professor, 8/16/81 through
               6/3 0/8 2.



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    College of Social Work

    Erwin, Anne Barrett, Assistant Professor (part-time),
          3/1/81 through 6/30/81.

MEDICAL CENTER

     College of Allied Health Professions

     Klein, Bruce, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Physical
          Therapy, 1/31/81 through 6/30/82.

     College of Dentistry

     Clements,   John,   Clinical   Instructor   (voluntary),
          Endodontics, 3/15/81 through 6/30/83.

     College of Medicine

     Combs,    James   L.,   Assistant   Clinical   Professor
          (voluntary), Community Medicine, 3/1/81 through
          6/30/81.
     Hughes,   Donald   G.,   Assistant   Clinical  Professor
          (voluntary),  Family  Practice,   3/l/81   through
          6/30/82.
     Whalen,   Frank,   Jr.,   Assistant  Clinical  Professor
          (voluntary),  Family  Practice,   3/1/81   through
          6/30/82.


COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

     Ashland Community College

     Buchanan, Edward, Instructor in the Community College
          System (voluntary), 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.

     Jefferson Community College

     Cooke, Morrison L., Instructor in the Community College
          System (temporary), 2/13/81 through 5/31/81.

     Somerset Community College

     Bottom, James G., Instructor in the Community College
          System (voluntary), 2/1/81 through 5/31/81.



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G.   Administrative Appointment

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Fine Arts

          Domek, Richard C., Jr., Associate Professor, Music,
               named Acting Dean, College of Fine Arts, 7/1/81
               through 6/30/82.

H.   Non-Academic Appointments

     MEDICAL CENTER

          Vice President for the Medical Center

          Polk, L. Reed, Jr., Director, Medical Center Office of
               Public Information, effective 3/2/81.


I.   Reappointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Agriculture

          Allen,   George   P,   Assistant  Professor,  Veterinary
               Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Anderson,  Kim  Barry,   Assistant Extension Professor*,
               Agricultural Economics, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Bailey, Ernest F., Assistant Professor, Veterinary
               Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Bjorklund, Gail J., Assistant Extension Professor*, Home
               Economics Program, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Bokemeier, Janet L., Assistant Professor, Sociology,
               7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Brown, Grayson C., Assistant Professor, Entomology,
               7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Carl,   Ella   Kay,   Assistant    Extension  Professor*,
               Agricultural Economics, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Chang, Sun Joseph, Assistant Professor, Forestry, 7/1/81
               through 6/30/82.
          Clark, Perry Wilson, Assistant Extension Professor*,
               Animal Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Colliver, Donald G., Assistant Professor, Agricultural
               Engineering, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
          Cunningham, Shirley A., Assistant Extension Professor*,
               Agricultural Economics, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.



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Dawson, Karl A., Assistant Professor, Animal Science,
     7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Donahue,   James   M.,  Assistant  Clinical  Professor*,
     Veterinary Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Douglas, Robert H.., Assistant Professor, Veterinary
     Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Dunwell, Winston C., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, 7/1/81
     through 6/30/82.
Evangelou,   V.   P.,  Assistant  Extension  Professor*,
     Agronomy, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Ferriss,   Richard   S.,   Assistant   Professor,  Plant
     Pathology, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Fetsch, Robert J., Assistant Extension Professor*, Home
     Economics Extension, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Flashman, Robert H., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Home Economics Extension, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Forester, Janice E., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Home Economics Extension, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Fountain, William M., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, 7/1/81
     through 6/31/82.
Garkovich, Lorraine E., Assistant Professor, Sociology,
     7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Harmon, Robert J., Assistant Professor, Animal Science,
     7/1/81 through 6,/30/82.
Hensley,   David  L.,  Assistant  Extension  Professor*,
     Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, 7/1/81
     through 6/30/82.
Hilliker, Jo Ann, Assistant Extension Professor*, Home
     Economics Extension, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Hong, C. B., Assistant Clinical Professor*, Veterinary
     Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Householder, Dean D., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Animal Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Jacques, Robert Mark, Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Agronomy, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Johnson, Douglas W., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Entomology, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Katsigianis,    Theodore     S.,    Assistant   Extension
     Professor*, Animal Science, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Liu, Calvin J., Assistant Professor, Forestry, 7/1/81
     through 6/30/82.
Lin, Paul P. C., Assistant Professor, Agronomy, 7/1/81
     through 6/30/82.
Martin,   James   R.,  Assistant   Extension  Professor*,
     Agronomy, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Maurer, Richard C., Assistant Extension Professor*,
     Sociology, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.



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McComb,   William  C.,  Assistant  Professor,   Forestry,
     7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Medlen, Linda S., Assistant Extension Professor*, Home
     Economics Extension, 7/1/81 through 6/30/82.
Meyer,   A.   Lee,   Assistant    Extension   Professor*,
     Agricultural Economi