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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, May 6, 1975.



       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in regular
statutory session on Tuesday, May 6, 1975 at 2:00 o'clock Eastern Daylight
Time, in the Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson Office Tower on
the University's Lexington campus with the following members answering
the call of the roll: Mr. William B. Sturgill, Chairman, Professor Michael
Adelstein, Mr. Williamn R. Black, Mrs. Robert 0. Clark, Mr. Albert G.
Clay, Mr. Richard E. Cooper, Mr. John R. Crockett, Mr. George W. Griffin,
Mrs. David Hermansdorfer, Mr. Thomas B. Kessinger, Mr. David Mucci,
Mr. Zirl A. Palmer, Mr. Frank Ramsey, Jr., Mr. Homer W. Ramsey,
Professor Paul G. Sears, Mr. James A. Sutherland and Dr. John R. Woodyard.
Absent from the meeting were Mr. Stanley Burlew and Mr. John R. Gaines.
The University Administration was represented by President Otis A. Singletary;
Vice Presidents Robert Zumwinkle, Stanley Wall, Peter P. Bosomworth, and
Raymond R. Hornback; Dr. Donald B. Clapp, Executive Assistant to the
President; and Mr. John Darsie, Legal Counsel. The various news media
also had representatives present.


      A. Meeting Opened

      Mr. Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 2:14 p.m.
The invocation was pronounced by Mr. James A. Sutherland. Following the
roll call, the secretary reported 17 members present and 2 absent. A
quorum being present, the Chairman declared the meeting officially open
for the conduct of business at 2:16 p.m.


      B. Minutes Approved

      Mr. Sturgill asked if there were any additions or corrections to the
Minutes of the April 8, 1975 meeting. There being none, on motion duly
made, seconded and carried, the reading of the Minutes was dispensed with
and the Minutes were approved as published.


      C. Assistant Secretary Elected

      Mr. Homer Ramsey, Chairman of the Nominating Committee, placed
in nomination for Assistant Secretary of the Board of Trustees the name of
Mrs. Robert 0. Clark and moved that the nominations be closed. His motion
was seconded and passed and Mrs. Clark was named Assistant Secretary of
the Board of Trustees.




 








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       D. Meeting Dates For 1975-76 Established

       Mr. Sturgill called attention to the dates proposed for meetings of
the Board of Trustees and its Executive Committee for the fiscal year
1975-76. Without objection, the proposed dates were established. (See
schedule at the end of the Minutes. )


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

       After reviewing certain of the items in his monthly report to the
Trustees, President Singletary recommended that the report be accepted
and filed. Without objection, it was so ordered.


       F. Report on Loss of Accreditation for Journalism Department

       President Singletary said that he would like to give a brief report on
the situation relative to the loss of accreditation of the journalism program
at the University. He and many others at the University are very concerned
about it and have every reason to be. Loss of accreditation of a program is
something you do not want to occur since it indicates a lessening in the quality
of that program. The University, therefore, intends to take whatever steps
are necessary to get the program in a posture to seek and get reaccreditation.
As the first step, President Singletary has appointed a committee, headed
by Dr. Cochran. to examine the report and see what needs to be done inside
the University. As phase IIL he plans to create a blue ribbon committee
made up of people outside the University - representatives of the working
press and perhaps the dean of another journalism school in good standing.
This committee will be invited to come to the campus to observe things, to
react to what the University is planning, and to then recommend things that
should be done.

       President Singletary outlined certain areas that he felt needed atten-
tion: (1) Organization and leadership which is tied up with the reorganization
of the College of Arts & Sciences; (2) Curricular problems; (3) Student -
Teacher ratio; (4) Selection process at the freshman level; and (5) Resolution
of the problem involving the philosophy of what a professional journalism
program ought to be as opposed to what a first rate school of communications
ought to be.

       In concluding his remarks, President Singletary said that all was
not as bad as might be assumed from the preceding report on the journalism




 







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program. Just recently the undergraduate program in Social Professions
has been accredited for the first time and the visiting committee to the
College of Engineering gave a superb report to him during its exit visit.


       G. Report on SMU Presidency

       Because of recent stories carried by the news media, President
Singletary said he would like to inform the Board of Trustees of his exact
status with regard to the presidency of Southern Methodist University.
Several months ago officials of SMU came to Lexington to explore with
him his interest in being considered for the presidency at SMU. At that
time he was invited to come to Dallas to visit the institution. On a recent
visit to Texas for another purpose, President Singletary said he had returned
home by way of Dallas for an exploratory visit to the campus and had met
informally with a few persons there. He was invited back for an in-depth
visit and has agreed to go later in May. He concluded his remarks by
saying that no judgment has been made as to whether he would accept the
position if offered to him.


       H. Recommendations of the President (PR 2)

       Mr. Sturgill noted that the recommendations in PR 2 had been in
the hands of the Board members for the past ten days and asked if there
were any questions any member would like to raise. There being none,
on motion by Professor Sears, seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey, PR 2
was approved as a whole and ordered made an official part of the Minutes
of the meeting. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)


       I. Appointment of the Acting Vice President for Business Affairs
          and Treasurer (PR 3-I)

       President Singletary said that he would like to recommend that the
two parts of PR 3, Supplemental Recommendations of the President, be
acted upon individually.

       The first recommendation in PR 3 concerned the appointment of
Dr. Donald B. Clapp as Acting Vice President for Business Affairs and
Treasurer of the University to serve until a permanent replacement could
be named to replace Lawrence E. Forgy, Jr. President Singletary empha-
sized that the appointment of Dr. Clapp was a temporary one, that he was




 







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not a candidate for the position, and he had agreed to serve only as an
accommodation to President Singletary. Dr. Clapp is assuming this acting
role in addition to his present duties as Executive Assistant to the President.

       Mr. Black moved that Dr. Donald B. Clapp be named Acting Vice
President for Business Affairs and Treasurer, such appointment to become
effective at the time of Mr. Forgy's departure from the campus. His motion
was seconded by Mrs. Clark and, without discussion, passed without dissent.
(See PR 3-I at the end of the Minutes. )


       J. Appointment to the Board of Directors of the University of
          Kentucky Research Foundation (PR 3-II)

       The second part of PR 3 concerned appointments to the Board of
Directors of the University of Kentucky Research Foundation and President
Singletary recommended that Mr. Edward S. Dabney, Mr. William B.
Sturgill, and Dr. Roger Eichhorn be appointed for three-year terms ending
in 1978. Mr. Sutherland so moved. His motion was seconded by Mr. Palmer
and passed. (See PR 3-II at the end of the Minutes.)


       K. Dr. Drake Recognized

       President Singletary said that before proceeding to the next item on
the agenda, he would like to recognize the presence of Dr. Robert M. Drake,
who has just returned to campus to become Special Assistant to the President.
Dr. Drake will provide administrative liaison with the Tobacco and Health
Research Program, Mining and Minerals Research Program, and the Com-
puting Center. President Singletary added that this position requires a person
with scientific know-how and the ability to handle external contacts with govern-
mental and industrial agencies. Dr. Drake possesses these qualities and
President Singletary said he was delighted that Dr. Drake had agreed to accept
the position. Mr. Sturgill recognized Dr. Drake and welcomed him on behalf
of the Board of Trustees.


       L. Candidates for Degrees - University System (PR 4)

       President Singletary recommended approval of the recommendation
in PR 4 relative to the degree candidates in the University System. Without
discussion, on motion by Mr. Cooper, seconded by Mr. Mucci and carried,
the President was authorized to confer upon each individual whose name was




 








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presented on the list distributed to the Board the degree to which he is
entitled upon certification by the Dean of Admissions and Registrar that
the individual has satisfactorily completed all requirements for the degree
for which he has made application and as approved by the University
Senate. (See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)


       M. Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 5)

       President Singletary recommended approval of PR 5, Candidates
for Degrees - Community College System. Mr. Palmer so moved. His
motion was seconded by Dr. Woodyard and, with all present voting aye,
it was so ordered. (See PR 5 at the end of the Minutes. )


       N. Associate Degree Program in Radiologic Technology at
          Madisonville Community College (PR 6)

      At President Singletary's request, Dr. Wall explained the need to
provide technical courses in Radiologic Technology at Madisonville Community
College and recommended approval by the Board of Trustees so that the
proposal might be transmitted to the Council on Public Higher Education
for approval by that body prior to activation of the program. Mr. Frank
Ramsey moved approval of the recommendation in PR 6. His motion was
seconded by Mr. Crockett and passed without dissent. (See PR 6 at the
end of the Minutes.)


      0. 1974-75 Budget Revisions (PR 7)

      Noting that the recommended revisions in the 1974-75 budget were
routine in nature, President Singletary recommended approval. On motion
by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey and passed, the budget
revisions recommended in PR 7 were authorized and approved. (See PR 7
at the end of the Minutes. )


      P. Operating Budget for 1975-76 (PR 8)

      President Singletary in presenting the proposed Operating Budget
for 1975-76 said that the document did not represent unanimous decisions
since some compromises had to be made. He said that the budget had
been months in preparation and congratulated the Budget Director and his
staff on the fine job they have done in putting it together.




 








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       Continuing that if the members of the Board wanted to get a really
good picture of the University's operation, they should read the section of
the budget on Program Data. He then called attention to the summary sec-
tion of the budget, noting that at $170,460, 500 this budget represented the
largest in the history of the institution. He pointed out that the state appro-
priation of $80, 903, 300, while a large sum of money, is actually only 47. 5%
of the total budget.

       The budget has been particularly difficult to construct because of
inflation which has had a severe impact on the University but, in spite of
this, no increase in tuition fees is proposed. There was no way to avoid
an increase in room and board rates since these are related to a self-
supporting auxiliary enterprise and rising costs of food, labor, and utilities
make it impossible not to raise these rates.

       The number one priority in the preparation of the budget for 1975-76
was salary increases. Built into the appropriation was a 5. 5%6 increase but
institutional adjustments were made which brought the increase to 8. 5%
which represents recurring money. In order to get this 3% of additional
monies, reserves were taken away from the vice presidents and deans,
faculty lines for unfilled positions were abolished and, in the classified
area, positions eliminated as they became vacant and cleaning schedules
were changed. Moves have also been made to cut back on use of utilities.

       Concluding his remarks, President Singletary reiterated that the
basic thrust of the 1975-76 budget is to do the most possible for full-time,
permanent staff members. He regretted that Graduate-Teaching Assistants
were not included among those receiving the salary increases but he indicated
that Graduate-Teaching Assistants badly needed consideration and said that
this group would receive priority attention in the biennial budget request.
He then recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt the Operating Budget
for 1975-76 as recommended in PR 8.

       Dr. Adelstein said that the University faculty appreciated what
President Singletary and the administration had done in providing the salary
increases for next year. He said that it was gratifying to know that the
University felt people should be well kept rather than buildings and grounds.
He concluded by saying that there is always speculation in Singletary stock
on campus and it is now selling at a new high with many buyers around.

       Mr. Homer Ramsey moved that the 1975-76 Operating Budget as
submitted, including the authorization set forth in the letter of transmittal,
be approved and ordered recorded as an integral part of the University's
financial system with the necessary fiscal control being exercised for the




 







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collection and appropriation of income and for the expenditure of depart-
mental appropriations in accordance with authorized fiscal policies and
procedures and accepted as a basis of maximum expenditures for the year
1975-76. The Board of Trustees or the Executive Committee is empowered
to make such changes in the budget as may from time to time be deemed
necessary upon recommendation of the President. His motion was seconded
by Mr. Kessinger and passed without dissent.

      President Singletary introduced Mr. Edward Carter, Dr. James
Chapman and Miss Karen Tuttle and thanked them for the excellent job
they had done in preparing the budget. Mr. Sturgill expressed on behalf
of the Board of Trustees its thanks to them as well as to President Singletary
and the administrative staff of the University for a well prepared budget.
(See PR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)


      Q. Hearing Committee Recommendation No. 1 (Hansen Request)

      Mr. Black, Chairman of the Board of Trustees Hearing Committee,
reported that the committee had met on Monday afternoon, May 5, 1975,
to hear testimony regarding the non-renewal of the appointment of Mr. Gunnar
Hansen, a faculty member at the Jefferson Community College. He then
read the committee's recommendation relative to this case and moved
acceptance of the recommendation. His motion was seconded by Mr. Griffin
and passed. (See Hearing Committee Recommendation No. 1 at the end of
the Minutes. )


      R. Hearing Committee Recommendation No. 2 (Petition for
          Increased Wages and an End to Position Cut-Backs.)

      Mr. Black said the Hearing Committee had met at 9:00 on the morn-
ing of May 6, 1975 for the purpose of considering a petition asking for
increased wages and an end to position cut-backs at the University. He read
the committee's recommendation and moved its acceptance. His motion
was seconded by Mr. Palmer and the aye votes carried. (See Hearing
Committee Recommendation No. 2 at the end of the Minutes.)


      S. Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

      Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
committee had met at 11:00 a.m. on the morning of May 6, 1975 and con-
sidered the three items on the agenda. The Interim Financial Report for




 







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the period ending March 31, 1975 indicated that the University was "on
target" in receipts and disbursements and Mr. Clay moved its acceptance.
His motion was seconded by Mr. Cooper with all present voting aye. (See
FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)


       T. Room and Board Rates for 1975-76 (FCR 2)

       Mr. Clay said that the Finance Committee had studied the recom-
mended increases in room and board rates as set forth in FCR 2 and felt
that these increases were justified by the increases in labor, food and
utility costs. He pointed out that FCR 2 was made up of six parts covering
various plans and moved adoption of all six items. His motion was
seconded by Mr. Frank Ramsey. Before the motion was acted upon,
Mr. Mucci said that the increases had been discussed by Student Govern-
ment and the Council of Student Hall Presidents and it was felt that these
are the best alternatives and the smallest increases that could be made.
The vote was called for and Mr. Clay's motion for approval of the six
items in FCR 2 was approved. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)


       U. Deed of Easement at Maysville Community College (FCR 3)

       Mr. Clay moved that the Vice President for Business Affairs and
Treasurer be authorized to negotiate and execute a Deed of Easement to
East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc. to enable the construction, location
and maintenance of transmission and distribution lines, and necessary
appurtenances, across property of Maysville Community College. His
motion was duly seconded and passed. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)


      V. The Resolution Expressing Confidence in President Singletary

      At Mr. Sturgill's request, Mr. Clay read a consensus resolution
expressing appreciation for Dr. Singletary's accomplishments during his
six years as President of the University, confidence in his leadership,
and the hope that he would remain as President.

      At the conclusion of the reading of the resolution, a copy of which
is included at the end of the Minutes, Mr. Clay moved its adoption. His
motion was seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey. Mr. Sturgill called for a
vote by name. Those voting in favor of the adoption of the resolution were:
Mr. Frank Ramsey, Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Mr. William R. Black,
Mrs. David Hermansdorfer, Mrs. Robert 0. Clark, Mr. Albert G. Clay,




 








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Mr. Richard E. Cooper, Mr. John R. Crockett, Mr. George W. Griffin,
Mr. Thomas B. Kessinger, Professor Michael Adelstein, Mr. Zirl A.
Palmer, Professor Paul G. Sears, Mr. William B. Sturgill, Mr. James
A. Sutherland, Mr. David Mucci and Dr. John R. Woodyard; those
opposed: none.



      President Singletary accepted the resolution with his thanks.
resolution at the end of the Minutes.)



(See



       W. Meeting Adjourned

       Having determined that there was no further business to come
before the meeting, on motion duly made, seconded and carried, the
Chairman declared the meeting adjourned at 3:45 p. m.

                                  Respectfully submitted,



                                  Paul G. Sears, Secretary
                                  Board of Trustees





















(Meeting dates; PRs 2,3,4,5,6,?, & 8; Hearing Committee Recommendations
Nos. 1 & 2; FCRs 1, 2, & 3; and the Resolution of Appreciation for President
Singletary which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the meeting.)




 
















SCHEDULE OF BOARD OF TRUSTEE MEETINGS 1975-76



The following dates have been established for meetings of the Board of
Trustees during the 1975-76 fiscal year:



August 5, 1975
September 16, 1975
October 7, 1975
November 18, 1975
December 9, 1975
January 27, 1976
March 9, 1976
April 6, 1976
May 4, 1976
June 15, 1976



Executive Committee
Board of Trustees (Statutory)
Board of Trustees
Executive Committee
Board of Trustees (Statutory)
Executive Committee
Executive Committee
Board of Trustees (Statutory)
Board of Trustees (Statutory)
Executive Committee



You will note that no meeting has been scheduled for July 1975. In addition,
no meeting has been scheduled for February 1976. The January meeting
has been scheduled late in the month and the March meeting for early that
month.

Any Executive Committee meeting may be rescheduled as a full Board
meeting should the nature or quantity of work make this necessary.




 







                                                      Office of the President
                                                      May 6. 1975


                                                      PP 2



Members, Board of Trustees:



              RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT


       Appointments and/or Other Staff Changes

       Recommendation: (1) that approval be given to the appointments
       and/or other changes which require Board action; and (2) that the
       report relative to appointments and/or changes already approved
       by the administration be accepted.

       Background: The following recommended appointments and/or other
       staff changes require approval by the Board of Trustees in accordance
       with Part VIII-B of the Governing Regulations of the University. These
       recommendations are transmitted to the Board by the appropriate vice
       president through the President and have his concurrence.

       Under the Governing Regulations the authority to make certain 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.



                           BOARD ACTION


New Appointments

Brady, Patrick G., Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, College
      of Medicine, 6/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Challa, Vankata, Instructor, Department of Pathology, College of Medicine,
      4/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Cheniae, George M., Professor, (with tenure), Department of Agronomy,
      College of Agriculture, effective 7/1/75.




 









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Dickson, Robert C., Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry,
       College of Medicine, 8/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Gordon, Ronald, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology,
       College of Medicine, 6/1/75 through 8/31/75.
Kowalski, Casimir J., Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, Henderson
       Community College, Community College System, 4/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Larson, Thomas O., Assistant Professor, Department of Diagnostic Radiology,
       College of Medicine, 9/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Mansky, Peter A., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, College of
       Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Moy, Eng Wei, Instructor, Department of Pathology, College of Medicine,
       4/1/75 through 6/30/75.
Ott, Cobern E., Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology & Biophysics,
       College of Medicine, 6/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Randall, David C., Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology & Biophysics,
       College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Seale, William E., Assistant Extension Professor*, Department of Agricultural
       Economics, College of Agriculture, 3/15/75 through 6/30/76.
Steinman, David, Associate Clinical Professor, (Voluntary), Department of
       Community Medicine, College of Medicine, 5/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Wagner, J. Arthur, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Electrical
      Engineering, College of Engineering, 8/15/75 through 5/15/76.


Non-Academic Appointments

Altenkirch, Robert A., Research Associate, Department of Mechanical
      Engineering, College of Engineering, effective 4/14/75. (Is being
      considered for faculty appointment as of 7/1/75 at the rank of
      Assistant Professor.)
Blome, Donald A., Research Scientist, Institute for Mining & Mineral Research,
       College of Engineering, retroactive 3/17/75.


Administrative Appointments

Conrad, Hans, Chairman, Department of Metallurgical Engineering &
      Materials Science, College of Engineering, 7/1/75 through 6/30/79.
Cremers, C. J., Chairman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College
      of Engineering, 7/1/75 through 6/30/79.
Cox, Raymond H., Associate Dean, Division of Basic Studies, College of
      Arts & Sciences, effective 7/1/75.




 







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Drennon, Herbert N., Associate Dean, Special Programs, College of Arts
       and Sciences, effective 7/1/75.
Sands, Donald E., Associate Dean, Upper Division and Graduate Programs,
       College of Arts and Sciences, effective 7/1/75.
Bruzina, Ronald, Acting Chairman, Department of Philosophy, College of
       Arts & Sciences, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Greenbaum, Stuart, Chairman, Department of Economics, College of Business
       & Economics, 8/1/75 through 6/30/79.


Changes

Beargie, Robert A., from Associate Professor (with tenure), to Associate
       Professor (with tenure) and Physician, University Health Service,
       Departments of Pediatrics and Family Practice, College of Medicine,
       4/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Moffett, Rosemary G., Associate Professor (with tenure) is transferring from
       Maysville Community College to Elizabethtown Community College,
       Community College System, effective 7/1/75.


Joint Appointments

Berry, Thomas G., Associate Professor, (with tenure), Department of
      Restorative Dentistry, College of Dentistry and Department of Allied
      Health Education & Research, College of Allied Health Professions,
      retroactive 3/27/75.


Promotions

Bartlett, Richard, Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with
       tenure), Department of Oral Diagnosis & Oral Medicine, College of
       Dentistry, effective 7/1/75.
Bauman, David S., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), Department of Community Medicine, College
       of Medicine, effective 7/1/75.
Bean, Laurence R., Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with
      tenure), Department of Oral Diagnosis & Oral Medicine, College of
      Dentistry, effective 7/1/75.
Belcher, Ervin, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor*,
       (with tenure), Department of Restorative Dentistry, College of Dentistry,
       effective 7/1/75.



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Bernardi, Ray, Assistant Professor*-Student Teaching, (without tenure),
       to Associate Professor*-Student Teaching, (with tenure), Department
       of Vocational Education, College of Education, effective 8/1/75.
Bonn, James, Associate Professor of Music*, (with tenure), to Professor of
       Music (Applied)*, (with tenure), School of Music, College of Arts &
       Sciences, effective 7/1/75.
Burkett, Hugh N., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor*
       (with tenure), Department of Restorative Dentistry, College of Dentistry,
       effective 7/1/75.
Cole, Henry, Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with tenure),
       Department of Psychology & Counseling, College of Education, effective
       8/1/75.
Colton, Frank, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Curriculum & Instruction, College of
       Education, effective 8/1/75.
DeLUCA, Patrick P., Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with
       tenure), College of Pharmacy, effective 7/1/75.
Duell, Roland C., Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with
       tenure), Department of Endodontics, College of Dentistry, effective
       7/1/75.
Eberwein, Lowell, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Curriculum & Instruction, College of
       Education, effective 8/1/75.
Gattozzi, John G., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry,
       effective 7/1/75.
Giannella, Ralph, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Medicine, College of Medicine, effective
       7/1/75.
Greenway, John L., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), Department of English, College of Arts &
       Sciences and Undergraduate Studies: Honors, effective 8/1/75.
Lillich, Thomas, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, effective
       7/1/75. (Remains Assistant Professor in the Department of Cell Biology,
       College of Medicine.)
Mason, Emanuel, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Psychology & Counseling, College of
       Education, effective 8/1/75.
Matulionis, Daniel H., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
      Professor, (with tenure), Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
      effective 7/1/75.
McElroy, Jack E., Assistant Professor, Student Teaching*, (without tenure).
      to Associate Professor, Student Teaching*, (with tenure), Department of
      Vocational Education, College of Education, effective 8/1/75.



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Mitry, Darryl J., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor*,
       (with tenure), Department of Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry,
       effective 7/1/75.
Moore, Harry E., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor*,
       (with tenure), Department of Oral Diagnosis and Oral Medicine, College
       of Dentistry, effective 7/1/75.
Nacke, Phil L. , Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Curriculum & Instruction, College of
       Education, effective 8/1/75.
Rapp, Robert, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor*,
       (with tenure), College of Pharmacy, effective 7/1/75.
Sagan, Edgar L., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Higher and Adult Education, College of
       Education, effective 7/1/75.
Tawney, James, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), Department of Special Education, College of Education,
       effective 8/1/75.
Warren, Richard L., Associate Professor, (with tenure), to Professor, (with
       tenure), Department of Social and Philosophical Studies, College of
       Education, effective 8/1/75.
Yanarella, Ernest J., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), Department of Political Science, College of
       Arts & Sciences, effective 7/1/75.

Promotions - Community College System

Henderson Community College
Chapman, Donald A., Counselor, Assistant Professor (without tenure) to
       Counselor, Associate Professor (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
Duffy, Julian E., Assistant Professor (without tenure) to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
Hedgespeth, Alan C., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
Sistarenik, John, Jr., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.

Hopkinsville Community College
Duguid, Hugh Alan, Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.

Jefferson Community College
Barton, Elizabeth, Counselor-Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Counselor,
      Associate Professor, (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.



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Jefferson Community College continued:
Burton, Leslie D., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
Canfield, John L., Assistant Professor, (without tenure) to Associate
       Professor, (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
Chapman, Kay S., Assistant Professor, (without tenure), to Associate Professor,
       (with tenure), effective 7/1/75.
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