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    Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of tile
University of Kentucky, Tuesday, March 1, 1983.



    The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 2
p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on Tuesday, March 1, 1983 in the
Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson office Tower on the
Lexington Campus.

    A.   Meeting Opened and Oath of Office Administered

    Mr. William B. Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to
order at 2 p.m. and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. James W.
Dinkle. Mr. Sturgill welcomed the new members of the Board of
Trustees and requested Mr. John C. Darsie, General Counsel, to
administer the oath of office to the following:

    Mr. Thomas P. Bell, appointed by Governor John Y. Brown, Jr.
    to replace Mrs. Betty Pace Clark, for a six-year term
    expiring December 31, 1988.


    Mr. Terrell A. Lassetter, appointed by Governor Brown to
    replace Mrs. Sally Powell Hermansdorfer, for a six-year term
    expiring December 31, 1988.

    B.   Roll Call

    The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the
call of the roll: Mr. William B. Sturgill (Chairman), Mr. Thomas
P. Bell, Governor Albert Benjamin Chandler (Honorary Trustee),
Mr. Albert G. Clay, Professor Opal Skaggs Conley, Mr. James W.
Dinkle, Mr. Ronald G. Geary, Mr. George W. Griffin, Mrs. Edythe
Jones Hayes, Mr. Brereton C. Jones, Mr. R. Larry Jones, Mr. T. A.
Lassetter, Mr. W. Terry McBrayer, Mr. Robert T. McCowan, Mr. A.
Stevens Miles, Professor William F. Wagner, and Professor
Constance P. Wilson. Absent from the meeting were Mr. William R.
Black, Governor Edward T. Breathitt, Mr. Tracy Farmer, and Mr.
Frank Ramsey. The University administration was represented by
President Otis A. Singletary; Dr. Donald B. Clapp, Vice President
for Administration; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Art
Gallaher, and Charles T. Wethington; Dr. Raymond R. Hornback,
Vice President for University Relations; Mr. John C. Darsie,
General Counsel; Mr. Henry Clay Owen, Controller and Treasurer;
Dr. Paul G. Sears, Special Assistant for Academic Affairs; and
Dr. Wimberly C. Royster, Dean of the Graduate School and
Coordinator of Research. Members of the various news media were
also in attendance. A quorum being present, the Chairman
declared the meeting officially open for the conduct of business
at 2:04 p.m.

    C.   Minutes Approved

    The Minutes of the January 25, 1983 meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Board of Trustees were approved as written.




 






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    D.   Election of Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the
Board of Trustees

    In order to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of the
term of office for Mrs. Betty Pace Clark, Secretary of the Board,
Mr. Sturgill called for nominations for a Secretary of the Board
of Trustees. He recommended also that an Assistant Secretary be
elected.

    Upon nomination by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Miles, the
following person was unanimously elected as Secretary of the
Board of Trustees for a term beginning on March 1, 1983 and
ending September 20, 1983: Mr. George W. Griffin.

    Upon nomination by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Miles, the
following person was unanimously elected as Assistant Secretary
of the Board of Trustees for a term beginning on March 1, 1983
and ending September 20, 1983: Mr. John C. Darsie. The said
Assistant Secretary is authorized to do and perform any and all
acts, including but not limited to, the authentication of
documents, which the Secretary is authorized to do and perform.

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

    President Singletary reviewed briefly some of the items in
his monthly report to the Trustees, copies of which were
distributed earlier. He then recommended that the report be
accepted and, without objection, it was so ordered.

    F.   Personnel Actions (PR 2)

    After noting that the personnel actions in PR 2 were routine
in nature, President Singletary recommended its approval. On
motion by Mr. Clay and second by Professor Conley, the
appointments and staff changes as recommended in PR 2 were
approved. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

    G.   Appointment to the Council of Supervisors (PR 3A)

    With President Singletary so recommending, Mrs. Hayes moved
that Mr. Brereton C. Jones be appointed a Board of Trustees
member of the Council of Supervisors, University Hospital,
effective March 1, 1983 through June 30, 1986. Her motion was
seconded by Mr. Miles and carried unanimously. (See PR 3A at the
end of the Minutes.)

    H.   Acknowledgment of Deed (PR 3A)

    President Singletary recommended that the Board of Trustees
adopt a resolution acknowledging the conveyance, by quitclaim
deed, of approximately 900 acres of property in Breathitt County,
Kentucky, as recommended in PR 3A.

    On motion made by Mr. Larry Jones, seconded by Mr. Griffin,
and passed without dissent, it was so ordered. (See PR 3A at the
end of the Minutes.)




 








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    I.   1982-83 Budget Revisions (PR 3B)

    Mr. Miles moved that the 1982-83 budget revisions as
recommended in PR 3B be authorized and approved. His motion was
seconded by Mr. McCowan and passed without dissent. (See PR 3B
at the end of the Minutes.)

    J.   Reorganization of the Graduate School (PR 3C)

    President Singletary pointed out that the proposed
reorganization of the Graduate School is a result of the recent
administrative reorganization of the University. The proposal
provides for the continuation of a central Graduate School and
involves a change in title for the Dean from Dean of the Graduate
School and Coordinator of Research to Vice Chancellor for
Research and Dean of the Graduate School.

    President Singletary told the Trustees that the proposed
reorganization had been recommended by the Chancellor of the
Lexington Campus, the Chancellor for the Medical Center, the Dean
of the Graduate School and Coordinator of Research, and the
University Senate Council. He called attention to the
explanatory materials provided in attachments to PR 3C.

    With President Singletary so recommending, Professor Wagner
moved approval of the proposed reorganization of the Graduate
School. His motion was seconded by Mr. Geary and carried
unanimously. (See PR 3C at the end of the Minutes.)

    K.   Policy Statement on Sexual Harassment (PR 3D)

    President Singletary recommended that the Board approve the
umbrella policy statement prohibiting sexual harassment of
students, faculty, and staff as recommended in PR 3D. On motion
by Mr. McBrayer and second by Mr. Brereton Jones, the policy
statement on sexual harassment was adopted. (See PR 3D at the
end of the Minutes.)

    L.   Patent Assignments (PR 5A)

    President Singletary recommended approval of the routine
patent assignments in PR 5A. On motion by Mr. Griffin and second
by Mr. McCowan, PR 5A was approved. (See PR 5A at the end of the
Minutes.)

    M.   Roof Repair - Commonweatlh Village (PR 5B)

    With President Singletary so recommending, Mrs. Hayes moved
that the Board approve for submission to the Council on Higher
Education a renovation project proposal for roof repair at
Commonwealth village. Her motion was seconded by Mr. Geary and
passed without dissent. (See PR 5B at the end of the Minutes.)




 







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    N.   Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

    Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that
the Committee had met on the morning of March 1 and considered
four items to be presented for action, the first of which was the
financial report for the six months ending December 31, 1982.
The Committee found the University to be "on target" and Mr. Clay
moved acceptance of the report. His motion, seconded by Mr.
Miles, carried and the financial report was accepted. (See FCR 1
at the end of the Minutes.)

    0.  Resolution Affirming the Authorization and Authorizing
the Executive Committee to Accept the Successful Bid for the
University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildings Revenue
Bonds, Series H (FCR 2)

    Thereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Clay and seconded by Mr.
Griffin that the following titled Resolution, which was read in
summary form to the Board of Trustees, be passed and adopted:

    A RESOLUTION AFFIRMING THE AUTHORIZATION AND AUTHOR-
    IZING THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO ACCEPT THE SUCCES-
    FUL BIDS FOR THE $8,500,000 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
    CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS REVENUE BONDS,
    SERIES H.



    (The full Resolution being attached to these Minutes as
Exhibit 1.)

    Whereupon a vote being taken on the motion, the result was as
follows:

         Yeas                                       Nays

    William B. Sturgill                             None
    Thomas P. Bell
    Albert G. Clay
    Opal Skaggs Conley
    James W. Dinkle
    Ronald G. Geary
    George W. Griffin
    Edythe Jones Hayes
    Brereton C. Jones
    R. Larry Jones
    T. A. Lassetter
    W. Terry McBrayer
    Robert T. McCowan
    A. Stevens Miles
    William F. Wagner
    Constance P. Wilson




 









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

    P.  Adoption of Resolution Amending Resolution Authorizing
Issuance and Sale of Series G Consolidated Educational Buildings
Revenue Bonds (FCR 3)

    Thereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Clay and seconded by Mr.
Brereton Jones that the following Resolution, which was read in
summary form to the Board of Trustees be passed and adopted; said
Resolution was entitled as follows:

    A RESOLUTION AMENDING A SECOND RESOLUTION AUTHORIZ-
    ING THE ISSUANCE OF $17,100,000 CONSOLIDATED EDUCA-
    TIONAL BUILDINGS REVENUE BONDS, SERIES G AND
    $17,100,000 CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS
    REVENUE BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES, SERIES G, OF THE
    BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY.


    (The full Resolution being attached to these Minutes as
Exhibit 2.)

    Upon a vote being taken on the motion, the result was as
follows:

         Yeas                                       Nays

    William B. Sturgill                             None
    Thomas P. Bell
    Albert G. Clay
    Opal Skaggs Conley
    James W. Dinkle
    Ronald G. Geary
    George W. Griffin
    Edythe Jones Hayes
    Brereton C. Jones
    R. Larry Jones
    T. A. Lassetter
    W. Terry McBrayer
    Robert T. McCowan
    A. Stevens Miles
    William F. Wagner
    Constance P. Wilson



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




 





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    Q.   Robinson Forest (FCR 4)

    Mr. Clay reminded the Board that at its meeting on December
14, 1982 it requested a report on the timber resources in the
Robinson Forest. The report, which is attached to FCR 4, was
presented to the Finance Committee at its meeting on March 1 and
is now being presented to the Board of Trustees, along with a
recommendation from the Finance Committee, which with minor
alterations is the same as the recommendation in the report.

    Mr. Clay then moved that the Board adopt the recommendation
of the Finance Committee that logging in Robinson Forest not take
place at this time. His motion was seconded by Professor Wilson
and passed without dissent. (See FCR 4 at the end of the
Minutes.)

    President Singletary then presented to the Board a copy of a
Resolution from the University Senate on the Robinson Forest and
asked that it be read into the Minutes of the meeting.

    The Chairman received the University Senate Resolution and
ordered that it be made a part of the Minutes of the meeting.
(See copy of the Resolution at the end of the Minutes.)

    R.   Meeting Adjourned

    There being no further business to come before the meeting,
the Chairman declared the meeting officially adjourned at 2:18
p.m.

                               Respectfully submitted,





                               George W. Griffin
                               Secretary
                               Board of Trustees





          (PR's 2, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 5A, and 5B; FCR 1, FCR 2
 (Exhibit 1), FCR 3 (Exhibit 2), and FCR 4; and the University
 Senate Resclution which follow are official parts of the Minutes
 of the meeting.)




 








                           RESOLUTION

it is the position of the Senate of the University of
Kentucky that the management and goals of tne Robinson
Forest remain focused upon those programs and activities
needed to carry on the University's mission of teaching,
research and service. An emphasis on making the programs
at Robinson Forest self-sufficient and/or profit oriented
will degrade the academic integrity of those programs.

Moreover, the operations and management of the Forest
should be principally in the hands of the Department of
Forestry and the College of Agriculture and all decisions
should be made primarily on the basis of instructional
and research goals rather than those of profit or revenue.

Further, the University Senate directs that its opinion
be conveyed to the President of the University for
transmission to the Board of Trustees.




 






                                                             Office of the President
                                                             March 1, 1983




                                                             PR 2

Members, Board of Trustees:


                               PERSONNEL ACTIONS

Recommendation: (1) that approval be given to the attached 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 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 recom-
mendations are transmitted to the Board by the appropriate chancellor
through the President and have his concurrence.

Under the Governing Regulations, the authority to make certain appoint-
ments 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.



Action taken:



Approved



X      Disapproved



March 1



Other



Date:



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                       COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM


I. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

   A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

             JEFFERSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

             Cordaro, Judith, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Johnson, Angela, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             McAllister, Carol, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Piringer, Barbara, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Raymond, Pamela, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Sherrard, James A., Instructor in the Community College
                  System, 2/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Thornsberry, Karen, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Warfield, Linda, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

             Lexington Technical Institute

             Moore, Sarah D., Assistant Professor in the Community
                  College System, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

             Maysville Community College

             Fenton, Connie J., Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
             Kilgore, Tara C., Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

              Paducah Community College

              Houston, Jonia L., Instructor in the Community College
                   System, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

              Southeast Community College

              Yarborough, Norman, Instructor in the Community College
                   System (voluntary), 1/12/83 through 5/30/83.


    B. REAPPOINTMENTS



Cox, Deborah M., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 12/1/82 through 6/30/83.



Madisonville Community College




 







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         Somerset Community College

         Murphy, Sally N., Instuctor in the Community College
              System, 10/1/82 through 6/30/83.


C. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         Jefferson Community College

         Messmer, Charles K., Associate Professor in the Community
              College System (with tenure), Sabbatical leave
              with half-salary, 1/1/83 through 6/30/84.




 







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                          LEXINGTON CAMPUS


I. BOARD ACTION

   A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

            College of Agriculture

            Kim, Chang Ju, Visiting Professor, Agronomy, 1/1/83 through
                 2/28/83.

            College of Architecture

            Tune, James B., Visiting Associate Professor (part-time),
                 1/11/83 through 5/15/83.

            College of Arts and Sciences

            Dahl, Veronica, Visiting Associate Professor (part-time),
                 Computer Science, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
            Li, Bing-an, Visiting Associate Professor (part-time), Physics
                 and Astronomy, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

             College of Law

             Vish, Donald H., Professor (part-time), 1/16/83 through 5/15/83.

   B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

             College of Agriculture

             Thiegles, Bart A., Professor (with tenure), Forestry, appointed
                  Chairman, Forestry, 7/1/83 through 6/30/89.

             Graduate School

             Kao, David, Professor (with tenure), Civil Engineering, appointed
                  Director, Water Resources Research Institute, effective
                  1/17/83.

             University Extension

             Figg, Robert G., appointed Assistant Dean, effective 1/1/83.

    C. JOINT APPOINTMENTS

             College of Arts and Sciences

             Kubota, Kenneth K., Professor (with tenure), Mathematics,
                  joint appointment as Professor, Computer Science,
                  effective 1/1/83.




 






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    D. RETIREMENTS

             College of Agriculture

             Anderson, Henry C., Security Officer, Management Operations,
                  after 17.5 consecutive years of service, effective 5/1/83.
             Carter, James M., Agricultural Technician I, Management Operations,
                  after 16.5 consecutive years of service, effective 5/1/83.

             College of Arts and Sciences

             Hanau, Richard, Professor (with tenure), Physics and Astronomy,
                   after 36 consecutive years of service, effective 6/30/83.
             Plunknett, William K., Associate Professor (with tenure),
                   Chemistry, after 29 consecutive years of service, effective
                   6/30/83.
             Wagner, William F., Professor (with tenure), Chemistry, after
                   33 consecutive years of service, effective 6/30/83.

    E. EARLY RETIREMENTS

             Vice Chancellor for Administration

             Cason, James N., Dispatch Machine Operator, Auxiliary Services,
                   after 15.5 consecutive years of service, effective 3/31/83.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

              College of Agriculture

              Kovalic, Peter P., Instructor (part-time), Forestry, 1/1/83
                   through 5/31/83.
              McIlwain, Morgan, Instructor (part-time), Horticulture and
                   Landscape Architecture, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

              College of Architecture

              Kingsley, Julia, Visiting Instructor (part-time), 1/1/83 through
                   5/15/83.
              Usvitsky, Alexander G., Visiting Lecturer (part-time), 1/1/83
                   through 5/15/83.

              College of Arts and Sciences

              Ades, Harriet, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Chemistry, 1/1/83
                   through 5/31/83.
              Bottoms, Nelson G., Instructor (voluntary) (part-time), Computer
                   Science, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.




 







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        Das, Nobel V., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Chemistry,
              l/l/83 through 5/31/83.
        Fitzpatrick, Anita, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Chemistry,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
        George, Don R., Assistant Professor, Aerospace Studies,
              effective 7/1/83.
        Jackson, Ralph J., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Computer
              Science, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Liu, Frank, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Chemistry, 1/1/83
              through 5/31/83.
        Muralidharan, Monagur N., Assistant Professor, Computer Science,
              1/l/83 through 12/31/84.
        Winder, Sue Carolyn, Visiting Assistant Professor, Anthropology,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

         College of Business and Economics

         Meadows, N. Ray, Instructor, Management, l/1/83 through 6/30/83.

         Graduate School

         Hartman, Donald G., Visiting Instructor (part-time), James W.
              Martin Center for Public Administration, 1/1/83 through
              5/15/83.

         College of Home Economics

         Pasley, Beatrice Kay, Assistant Professor, Family Studies,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

         College of Law

         Hamblin, Pierce, W., Assistant Professor (part-time), 1/16/83
              through 5/15/83.

         University Extension

         Taylor, Ronald D., Assistant Professor, Fort Knox, 7/1/83
              through 6/30/84.

B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Wilson, Joseph W., Associate Professor (with tenure), Chemistry
              appointed Acting Chairman, Chemistry, 1/10/83 through
              6/30/83.




 







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         College of Home Economics

         Payne, David, Associate Professor (with tenure), Family Studies,
              appointed Acting Chairman, Family Studies, effective 1/1/83

C. REAPPOINTMENTS

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Adams, Todd L., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Philosophy,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Bloyd, Richard A., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Computer
              Science, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Dickinson, Patsy, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/84.
         Green, William C., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Political
              Science, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Janecek, Susan, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Dean's Office,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Madden, Edward H., Visiti-ng Instructor (part-time), Philosophy,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Mozur, Gerald E., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Philosophy,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         O'Connor, Jerry, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Physics and
              Astronomy, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Slicer, Deborah, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Philosophy,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         White, Ronald F., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Philosophy)
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

         College of Fine Arts

         Ferrell, Joe, Instructor (part-time), Theatre, 1/1/83 through
              5/31/83.
         Muir, Gerald A., Instructor (part-time), Art, 1/1/83 through
               5/31/83.

         College of Law

         Foster, Barbara A., Visiting Assistant Professor, 7/1/83
               through 6/30/84.

D. PROMOTIONS WITHOUT TENURE

         College of Home Economics

         Congleton, Craig, from Instructor, Human Environment: Design,
               to Assistant Professor, Human Environment: Design, 7/1/83
               through 6/30/84.




 






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         Crum, Ruth Ann, from Instructor*, Family Studies, to Assistant
              Professor*, Family Studies, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.
         Kipp, Susan H., from Instructor, Human Environment: Textiles,
              to Assistant Professor, Human Environment: Textiles,
              7/1/83 through 6/30/84.
         Perch, Karen L., from Instructor, Family Studies, to Assistant
              Professor, Family Studies, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

         University Libraries

         Sexton, Ebba Jo, from Librarian IV, Law Library, to Librarian
              III, Law Library, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.

E. CHANGES

         College of Agriculture

         Zimmerman, Richard W., Instructor, Forestry, to change dates
              of appointment from 9/1/82 through 8/31/83 to 1/1/83
              through 8/31/83.

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Hershberger, Robert L., from Assistant Research Professor,
              Physics and Astronomy, to Assistant Professor, Physics
              and Astronomy, 1/1/83 through 12/31/83.

F. SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Dillehay, Tom D., Associate Professor (with tenure), Anthropology,
              to conduct research in South Central Chile, 1/15/83 through
              7/15/83.

G. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         College of Agriculture

         Lacefield, Garry D., Associate Extension Professor* (with tenure),
              Agronomy, Sabbatical leave with full salary, 4/30/83 through
              10/1/83.
         Thielges, Bart A., Professor (with tenure), Forestry, Sabbatical
              leave with full salary, 8/1/83 through 1/31/84.



*Special Title Series




 






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College of Architecture

Gunther, George W., Professor (with tenure), Sabbatical leave
     with full salary, 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.
Noffsinger, J. Philip, Professor (with tenure), Sabbatical
     leave with full salary, 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.

College of Arts and Sciences

Abbott, Susan, Associate Professor (with tenure), Anthropology,
     and Associate Professor, Behavioral Sciences, College of
     Medicine, Leave without pay, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.
Abbott, Walter F., Associate Professor (with tenure), Sociology,
     Sabbatical leave with full salary, 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.
Anderson, Roger B., Associate Professor (with tenure), Slavic
     and Oriental Languages, Leave without pay, 7/1/83 through
     12/31/8X, and-Sabbatical leave with half salary, 1/1/84
     through 6/30/84.
Caudill, Harry M., Professor* (with tenure), History, Sabbatical
     leave with full salary, 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.
Seager, Robert, Professor (with tenure), History, Sabbatical
     leave with full salary, 1/1/84 through 6/30/84.

College of Fine Arts

Hunter, Leonard, Associate Professor (with tenure), Art, to
     rescind Sabbatical leave with full salary approved for
     1/1/83 through 6/30/83. Change to Leave without pay,
     1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

College of Social Work

Bell, Joanne, Associate Professor* (with tenure), Sabbatical
     leave with full salary., 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.



*Special Title Series




 






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                          MEDICAL CENTER


I.   BOARD ACTION

     A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               College of Medicine

               Hunsaker, John C. III, Assistant Professor, Pathology,
                     2/15/83 through 6/30/83.

     B.   PROMOTIONS

               College of Medicine

               Mattingly, Sally S., from Assistant Professor* (without
                     tenure), Surgery, to Associate Professor* (with
                     tenure), Surgery, effective 7/1/83.

                Walsh, John W., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
                     Surgery, to Associate Professor (with tenure), Surgery,
                     effective 7/1/83.

     C.   CHANGE

                College of Allied Health Professions

                Clark, Daniel A., Associate Professor* (with tenure),
                     Community Health, to Associate Clinical Professor
                     (voluntary), Community Health, 1/1/83 through 6/30/85.

                College of Dentistry

                Graves, Richard, Associate Research Professor, Community
                     Dentistry, to Associate Professor (without tenure),
                     Community Dentistry, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

                College of Medicine

                Mendiondo, Oscar A., Assistant Professor, Radiation Medicine,
                     to Associate Clinical Professor (part-time), Radiation
                     Medicine, 5/1/83 through 6/30/83.

                Wicker, Joseph B., Instructor (temporary), Anesthesiology,
                     to Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology, 1/1/83 through
                     6/30/83.

                College of Nursing

                Hazzard, Mary E., Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary),
                     to Associate Professor (Adjunct Series), 1/1/83
                     through 6/30/83.



*Special Title Series




 







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                LaGodna, Gretchen, Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary)
                     to Associate Professor (Adjunct Series), 11/1/82
                     through 6/30/83.

II.  ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

     A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                College of Allied Health Professions

                Foyermann, Carol A., Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
                     Physical Therapy, 1/15/83 through 6/30/85.

                McArtor, Cindy Foster, Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
                     Physical Therapy, 2/15/83 through 6/30/85.

                College of Dentistry

                Mead, C. Reese, Assistant Professor (part-time), Restora-
                     tive Dentistry, I/1/83 through 6/30/83.

                College of Medicine

                Madauss, William C., Assistant Clinical Professor
                     (voluntary), Surgery, 2/1/83 through 6/30/85.

                Rabin, Ronald L., Clinical Instructor (part-time),
                     Pediatrics, 2/14/83 through 6/30/83.

                College of Pharmacy

                Wedlund, Peter J., Assistant Professor, 6/1/83 through
                     6/30/84.

      B.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                College of Medicine

                McRoberts, J. William, Professor (with tenure), Surgery,
                     named Acting Chairman, Surgery, 3/15/83 through
                     9/15/83.

      C.   JOINT APPOINTMENTS

                College of Dentistry

                Hardison, James D., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Com-
                     munity Dentistry, joint as Clinical Instructor
                     (voluntary), Restorative Dentistry, 12/17/82 through
                     6/30/83.



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D.  REAPPOINTMENTS

          College of Dentistry

          Dean, Melvin W., Assistant Professor (part-time), Ortho-
               dontics, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

E.   PROMOTIONS WITHOUT TENURE

          College of Medicine

          Phillips, Barbara A., Instructor, Medicine, to Assistant
               Professor, Medicine, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.

          Smith, Mikel D., Instructor, Medicine, to Assistant
               Professor, Medicine, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.

          College of Nursing

          Webb, Ammie Lee, Instructor to Assistant Professor*
               7/1/83 through 6/30/84.

F.   CHANGES

          College of Dentistry

          Jasper, Samuel J. Jr., Assistant Professor, Regular Title
               Series, Periodontics, to Assistant Profe