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      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, May 1, 1990.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00
p.m. Lexington time on Tuesday, May 1, 1990 in the Board Room on the 18th
floor of the Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Roll Called

       Mr. Foster Ockerman, Chairman, called the meeting to order at
1 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. William B. Sturgill.

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call
of the roll: Mr. Foster Ockerman, (Chairman), Mr. Ted B. Bates,
Professor Raymond F. Betts, Mr. William E. Burnett, Jr., Governor Albert
B. Chandler, Professor Mary Sue Cnleman, Mr. Tracy Farmer, Mrs. Edythe
Jones Hayes, Senator Walter I). Huddleston, Mr. Sean Lohman, Dr. Robert P.
Meriwether, Professor Judith Rhoads, Mr. James L. Rose, Judge Robert F.
Stephens, Mr. Jerome A. Stricker, Mr. William B. Sturgill, Judge Julia K.
Tackett, Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson, and Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr. The
University administration was represented by Interim President Charles T.
Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth and Robert E. Hemenway;
Acting Chancellor Ben W. Carr, Jr.; Vice Presidents Edward A. Carter,
Wimberly C. Royster and Eugene R. Williams; and Mr. John C. Darsie,
General Counsel.

       Members of the news media were also in attendance. Mrs. Hayes
reported a quorum present, and Mr. Ockernman declared the meeting
officially open for the conduct of business at 1:03 p.m.

       B.    Minutes Approved

       Mr. Ockerman stated that the Minutes of the April 3, 1990 Board of
Trustees meeting had been distributed and asked for any corrections or
additions. The Minutes were approved as circulated.

       C.    Meeting Dates Established

       Mr. Ockerman noted that the Board of Trustees meeting dates for
fiscal year 1990-91 were in the Board packets and requested that the
members mark their calendars accordingly. (See copy of dates at the end
of the Minutes.)

       D.    Presient's Report to the Trustees (PR 1)

       In reviewing his report, Interim President Wethington reminded the
Trustees of the Commencement ceremony scheduled at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday,
May 6. He requested that the Trustees attend, if possible, and indicated
that caps and gowns would be provided,




 






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       He noted that the University of Kentucky recently dedicated two
new facilities: the Regulatory Services building and the Center for
Robotics and Manufacturing Systems.

       Interim President Wethington expressed pleasure in announcing the
University's Academic Ombudsman for 1990-91, Professor Gretchen LaGodna
in the College of Nursing. Professor LaGodna, a long-term employee of
the University of Kentucky, will continue the long-standing tradition of
UK faculty members serving in an office that deals primarily with
academic concerns of students in the University. He stated that the
Academic Ombudsman's office has proven to be an excellent office, a good
decision that the University made years ago. He recognized Professor
LaGodna and asked her to stand and be recognized, following which she was
given a round of applause. Professor LaGodna will assume office on July
1, succeeding Professor Dan Fulks.

       Interim President Wethington mentioned the other items in the
report for the members perusal.

       E.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       With Interim President Wethington so recommending, on motion by
Judge Stephens, seconded by Mr. Stricker and carried, the routine
personnel actions in PR 2 were approved. (See PR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       Interim President Wethington called attention to two specific
items in PR 2:

   1.  Interim President Wethington reported that Edward Jay Brumfield,
       Director of Alumni Affairs at the University of Kentucky, has
       decided to retire on August 31, 1990 after 25.5 consecutive years
       of service. He expressed appreciation to Mr. Brumfield for his
       service to the University and stated that his leadership will be
       missed. Mr. Brumfield was asked to stand and be recognized,
       following which he was given a round of applause.

   2. Interim President Wethington reported that he had stopped the
       search for a Vice Presidenit for Research and Graduate Studies at
       the advice of many faculty members and administrators. After
       consultation with the Chancellors and a faculty advisory group, a
       decision was made concerning an acting appointment during the
       interim presidential period. He proposed to the Board that Dr.
       Leonard K. Peters be appointed Acting Vice President for Research
       and Graduate Studies for the period July 1, 1990 through June 30,
       1991. Dr. Peters is currently Vice Chancellor for Research and
       Graduate Studies for the Lexington Campus. Interim President
       Wethington stated that Dr. Peters will ably fill in during this
       interim period for the position of Vice President for Research and
       Graduate Studies. He asked Dr. Peters to stand and be recognized,
       and Dr. Peters was given a round of applause.




 






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       Interim President Wethington expressed appreciation to Dr. Peters
       for his willingness to take on the responsibility.  He stated that
       Dr. Peters will continue the strong emphasis on research that Dr.
       Wimberly Royster has provided throughout the past years.

       F.    Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 4A)

       With Interim President Wethington so recommending, Professor
Rhoads moved that the Board approve the awarding of degrees specified in
PR 4A, upon certification that the requirements for those degrees have
been satisfactorily completed. The motion, which was seconded by Mr.
Burnett, carried. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

       G.    Candidates for Degrees - University System (PR 5A)

       Interim President Wethington stated that PR 5A lists the degrees
that will be awarded by the University System at the May Commencement
Ceremony.  He stated that the recommendation is made with the provision
that the individuals on the list satisfactorily complete all degree
requirements prior to the awarding of the degrees and recommended its
approval. Mr. Stricker so moved. His motion was seconded by Dr.
Meriwether and passed. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       H.    Establishment ofjealth Service Faculty Practice Plan for
the Colleges of Allied Health Professions. Nursing. ajnd Pharmacy (PR 6A)

       Interim President Wethington stated that PR 6A is a recommendation
that would establish a Health Service Faculty Practice Plan for the
Colleges of Allied Health Professions, Nursing, and Pharmacy. He
reported that there is not a practice plan in place for these colleges in
the Medical Center.  He asked Dr. Peter Bosomworth to comment on the
recommendation.

       Dr. Bosomworth stated that the administration has been working
with the faculty of the respective colleges for the last several months
to develop a practice plan which is very similar to the existing practice
plan of the College of Dentistry. He explained that the intention is to
enhance accountability with regard to income derived from professional
practice of faculty members. When faculty are engaged in professional
practice, they are also involved in teaching and are enhancing their
professional skills. The administration feels that this is particularly
important in these three professional schools and has, therefore,
developed a practice plan proposal. The principal elements of the
proposal are outlined in PR 6.  He stated that the practice plan is very
similar to that which was approved in 1962 by the Board of Trustees under
the auspices and recommendation of The Fund for Advancement of Medical
Education and Research. He noted that Mr. Ockerman, Chairman of the
Board of Trustees, is a member of that committee and had the opportunity
to review the plan along with other members of the research fund which is
an affiliated corporation of the University.  The practice plan would now
make it possible for all faculty members of the five Medical Center
colleges to be a part of and party to a practice plan. It is expected
that all members would abide by the rules and regulations of the practice
plan and that all faculty would participate.




 






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       Interim President Wethington stated that Dr. Bosomworth and his
staff worked with the faculty of each college, and the faculty are in
support of the recommendation. He, therefore, recommended approval of PR
6A. On motion made by Judge Tackett, seconded by Mr. Wilcoxscn and
carried, it was so ordered. (See PR 6A at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.   Establishment of Multidisciplinary Center on Drug and
Alcohol Abuse (PR 6B)

       Interim President Wethington stated that PR 6B recommends approval
for the establishment of a Multidisciplinary Center on Drug and Alcohol
Abuse. He called upon Dr. Wimberly Royster to address the Board about
the proposal.

       Dr. Royster stated that drug abuse and alcohol abuse are some of
the most serious public health problems. The University is in an
excellent position to mobilize and concentrate research, teaching and
service efforts in a multidisciplinary center as is being proposed. He
introduced Dr. Robert Kraus, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry,
and stated that Dr. Kraus was one of the individuals who has been
instrumental in the proposal. The other individual who has been very
active in the proposal is Dr. Richard Clayton, Department of Sociology.

       Dr. Royster explained that the proposed Center fits very well in
the University's strategic plan, and it offers the potential for
enhancing research contributions at the University of Kentucky. The
Center will permit the University to be competitive at the national and
international level and will have an impact on local, regional, and state
public health resources.

       He noted that the University has been associated with drug issues
for a long time and has been a leader in alcohol abuse and drug abuse.
He reported that competitive research programs have recently evolved in a
number of areas at the University: communications, social work,
psychiatry, psychology, preventative medicine, pharmacy, anthropology and
nursing. He indicated that the University has received sizable funding
in alcohol and drug abuse from federal sources as well as state and local
government over the last three to four years.

       Dr. Royster voiced his satisfaction with the proposal and stated
that it is truly a multidisciplinary effort. The University of Kentucky
has excellent facilities, and it is a unique opportunity for the
University.

       Mr. Sturgill moved approval of PR 6B. The motion, which was
seconded by Professor Rhoads, was voted on and carried. (See PR 6B at
the end of the Minutes.)




 






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       J.   Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Nine Months Ended March 31. 1990 (FCR 1)

      M'-. Ockerman, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
FCR's had been considered by the Committee and were recommended for
adoption by the Board. He stated that FCR 1 is the acceptance of the
interim financial report for the nine months ended March 31, 1990, and
the report is in order. He entertained a motion for approval. Mr.
Sturgill so moved. The motion was seconded by Mr. Bates, and it carried
without dissent. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       K.    Report of Leases (FCR 2)

       With the Finance Committee so recommending, on motion by Mrs.
Hayes, seconded by Mr. Burnett and unanimously carried, the Board
approved the lease agreements in FCR 2. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       L.    Bookstore Lease Agreement (FCR 3)

       Mr. Ockerman reported that the Bookstore Lease Agreement had been
advertised for a three-year period. There were three bids ranging from
$750,000 to $1,962,000. The Follett College Stores Corporation of
Elmhurst, Illinois was the highest bid and is, therefore. recommended for
approval.  On motion made by Mr. Rose, seconded by Dr. Meriwether and
carried, the Board approved FCR 3. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    1989-90 Budget Revisions (FCR 4)

       On motion by Mr. Wilcoxson, seconded by Mr. Farmer and carried,
the Board approved the budget revisions in FCR 4. Mr. Ockerman noted
that the revisions were minor and could be anticipated as the University
nears the end of the fiscal year. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

       N.    Patent Assignment (FOR 5)

       Mr. Ockerman stated that FCR 5 is a routine patent assignment
which is in keeping with the policy of the University of Kentucky and is
recommended for approval by the Finance Committee. Mr. Sturgill so
moved. The motion, seconded by Mr. Stricker, passed. (See FCR 5 at the
end of the Minutes.)

       0.    Professorship in the Division of General Surgery (FCR 6)

       Mr. Ockerman stated that FCR 6 is a recommendation to establish a
Professorship of General Surgery in the College of Medicine, Department
of Surgery. The Division of General Surgery has committed funds to
establish an endowment to support the professorship in the amount of
$200,000. Funding will be from the Kentucky Medical Services Foundation,
Inc., and FCR 6 is recommended for approval by the Finance Committee.
Mr. Burnett so moved. Dr. Meriwether seconded the motion, and it
carried. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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       P.    Report of Investments (ICR 1)

       Mr. Stricker, Chairman of the Investment Committee, reported that
the Investment Committee met and reviewed ICR 1. He explained that the
first four pages of the report were transactions executed by the First
Kentucky Company, the investment advisers, and the last page of the
report contains transactions executed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky's
Office of Financial Management. He noted that representatives from both
offices attended the Committee meeting.

       Mr. Stricker mentioned that the University hired the Office of
Financial Management on October 31, 1989 to help with the short-term
investments and during the first six months they added approximately
$100,000 additional returns to the University. He stated that the
short-term investment plan has been quite successful and moved that the
report be accepted. His motion was seconded by Judge Stephens and it
passed. (See ICR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Mr. Wilcoxson noted that the maturity date was incorrect on the
sales of the Amoco Bonds. The date listed is September 11, 1913, and it
should be September 1, 1913. Mr. Stricker asked that the record show the
correction.

       Q.    Committee Appointments

       Due to the unfortunate death of Dr. Nicholas Pisacano, Mr.
Ockerman made the following committee appointments:

       Et~u~denQ Cdsep _ommit tee
       Professor Judith Rhoads

       Mr. Ockerman stated that Professor Rhoads will serve as chairman
       of the Committee for the remainder of the fiscal year.

       Presidential SearchQommittee
       Dr. Robert P. Meriwether

       Mr. Ockerman stated that Dr. Meriwether brings to the Presidential
       Search Committee a representation from the far western part of
       Kentucky, and be is confident that Dr. Meriwether will make a good
       member of the Committee.

       R.    Meeting Adiourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairman adjourned the meeting at 1:24 p.m.

                                        Respectfully submitted,


                                        Edythe Jones Hayes
                                        Secretary
                                        Board of Trustees

(Schedule of Meeting Dates; PR's 2, 4A, 5A, 6A, and 6B; FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, and 6; and ICR 1 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the
Meeting.)



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SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                  1990-91



The following dates have been established for meetings of the Board of
Trustees for the 1990-91 fiscal year:



                          August 21, 1990

                          *September 18, 1990

                          October 23, 1990

                          *December 11, 1990

                          January 22, 1991

                          March 5, 1991

                          *April 2, 1991

                          *April 30, 1991

                          June 18, 1991






*Statutory Meeting



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                                                Office of the President
                                                May 1, 1990



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Members, Board of Trustees:


                          PERSONNEL ACTIONS

Recommendation: (1) that approval be given to the attached
appointments, actions 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
recommendations 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
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.










Action taken:  Approved    V      Disapproved           Other       _

Date:    y 1, 199



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                                                     REVISED



                       CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I.   BOARD ACTION

     A.   RETIREMENT

               Alumni Affairs

               BruLnfield, Edward Jay, Director of Alumni Affairs,
                    after 25.5 consecutive years of service,
                    under AR 11.1.6-1 Section III.B effective
                    August 31, 1990

II.  ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

     A.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT



Dunnagan, Timothy A., Director of Wellness
     effective March 1, 1990



Office of Affirmative Action




 





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                      COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I. BOARD ACTION

    A.   PROMOTIONS

              Ashland Community College

              May, Rebekah, from Assistant Professor in the Community
                   College System, to Associate Professor in the
                   Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
              Miller, Jimmy Jack, from Associate Professor in the
                   Community College System (with tenure), to
                   Professor in the Community College System (with
                   tenure), 7/1/90.

              Elizabethtown Community College

              Spataro, Charles P., from Assistant Professor in the
                   Community College System, to Associate Professor
                   in the Community College System (with tenure),
                   7/1/90.

              Hazard Community College

              Petrey-Blandau, Sandra, from Assistant Professor in the
                    Community College System, to Associate Professor
                    in the Community College System (with tenure),
                    7/1/90.

               Henderson Community College

               Bishop, Fern, from Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System, to Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
               Caudill, Sharon K., from Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), to
                    Professor in the Community College System (with
                    tenure), 7/1/90.
               Wilder, Mary Gail, from Assistant Professor in the
                    Community College System, to Associate Professor
                    in the Community College System (with tenure),
                    7/1/90.

               Hopkinsville Community College

               Carter, David E., from Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), to
                    Professor in the Community College System (with
                    tenure), 7/1/90.
               Felton, Kevin E., from Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), to
                    Professor in the Community College System (with
                    tenure), 7/1/90.




 






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McReynolds, Mary Lou, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
VonLanken, George D., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Walston, Larry, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Wilson, Nancy, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.

Jefferson Community College

Ainsworth, Charles P., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Bingham, Marti, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Bonnell, Loretta Gail, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Brown, Robert P., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Brown, Sarah E., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Cleveland, Alice A., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Gehrke-Griswold, Rebecca A., from Assistant Professor
     in the Community College System, to Associate
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Hancock, Joyce Ann, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Layne, Carol S., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.




 





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McCray, Susan, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Patel, Amrit, from Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, to Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
Prather, Mark, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Recktenwald, Rita G., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Terhune, Jerry, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Warren, Frances 0., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.

Lexington Community College

Birchfield, Martha J., from Librarian II in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Librarian I in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Boyatt, Iva D., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Crowley, Lillie F., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Holt, Daniel L., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Humble, Jeanne, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Robison, Janet, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Singleton, Debbie, from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.




 





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Madisonville Community College

Jewell, Gregory W., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Schuermer, David, from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Stone, Forest E., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.

Maysville Community College

Owen, Nancy, from Associate Professor in the Community
     College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
Story, Lloyd E., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.

Owensboro Community College

Barrett, Lana S., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Quisenberry, Larry T., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.

Paducah Community College

Crisp, Jayne C., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.
Downs, Lisa, from Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, to Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
Irby, Betsy, from Associate Professor in the Community
     College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/90.
Taylor, Susan D., from Assistant Professor in the
     Community College System, to Associate Professor
     in the Community College System (with tenure),
     7/1/90.
Wood, Paul D., from Associate Professor in the
     Community College System (with tenure), to
     Professor in the Community College System (with
     tenure), 7/1/90.




 






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         Prestonsburg Community College

         Bottoms, Jenny M., from Associate Professor in the
              Community College System (with tenure), to
              Professor in the Community College System (with
              tenure), 7/1/90.
         Garrett, Clara N., from Associate Professor in the
              Community College System (with tenure), to
              Professor in the Community College System (with
              tenure), 7/1/90.
         Herrin, Versa Gay, from Assistant Professor in the
              Community College System, to Associate Professor
              in the Community College System (with tenure),
              7/1/90.
         Milon, Theresa A., from Assistant Professor in the
              Community College System, to Associate Professor
              in the Community College System (with tenure),
              7/1/90.
         Slone, Kenneth R., from Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, to Associate Professor
               in the Community College System (with tenure),
               7/1/90.
         Stewart, Kathy C., from Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, to Associate Professor
               in the Community College System (with tenure),
               7/1/90.

          Somerset Community College

          Blankenship, Margaret W., from Associate Professor in
               the Community College System (with tenure), to
               Professor in the Community College System (with
               tenure), 7/1/90.
          DeBerry, John H., from Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, to Associate Professor
               in the Community College System (with tenure),
               7/1/90.
          Powell, Nancy, from Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, to Associate Professor
               in the Community College System (with tenure),
               7/1/90.

          Southeast Community College

          Martin, JoAnn B., from Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, to Associate Professor
               in the Community College System (with tenure),
               7/1/90.

B.   RETIREMENTS

          Henderson Community College

          Watson, Ethel C., Office Assistant I in the Community
               College System, following 10.5 consecutive years
               of service, effective 5/31/90.




 





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               Southeast Community College

               Cornett, Ellis, Building and Grounds Supervisor
                    Assistant in the Community College System,
                    following 26.5 consecutive years of service,
                    effective 5/25/90.

    C.   EARLY RETIREMENTS

               Paducah Community College

               Puckett, Glenda Sue, Dean of Business Affairs,
                    following 24 consecutive years of service,
                    [under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.l(b)], effective
                    7/31/90.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Somerset Community College

               Godbey, Melvin M., Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 1/10/90 through 5/5/90.
               Parmen, Jerry, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 8/1/89 through 5/31/91.
               Stanley, Terry, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 1/10/90 through 5/31/91.

     B.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

               Prestonsburg Community College

               Matijasic, Thomas D., Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), Acting
                    Chairman, Division of Social Sciences and Related
                    Technologies, 7/1/90 through 6/30/91.

     C.   REAPPOINTMENTS

               Somerset Conmmunity College

               Catron, Cindy, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 1/1/90 through 1/10/92.
               McFarland, Kelly G., Instructor in the Community
                    College System (voluntary), 1/10/90 through
                    1/10/92.
               Morgan, Lois, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 1/10/90 through 1/10/92.




 










D.   LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         Ashland Community College

         Bailey, Danny G., Professor in the Community College
               System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at full
               salary