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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, April 7, 1987.


       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1 p.m.
(Eastern Daylight Time) on Tuesday, April 7, 1987 in the Board Room on the
18th floor of the Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Roll Called

       Mr. Robert T. McCowan, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 1
p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Ted
B. Bates.

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call of
the roll: Mr. Robert T. McCowan (Chairman), Mr. Ted B. Bates, Professor
Raymond F. Betts, Governor Albert B. Chandler, Mr. Albert G. Clay,
Professor David R. Driscoll, Jr., Mr. Tracy Farmer, Mr. Lawrence E. Forgy,
Jr., Ms. Donna G. Greenwell, Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes, Mr. Henry E. Hershey,
Mr. R. Larry Jones, Mr. T. A. Lassetter, Dr. Nicholas J. Pisacano, Mr.
Frank Ramsey, Mr. James L. Rose, Mr. Jerome A. Stricker, Judge Julia K.
Tackett, Mr. Bobby Watson, Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson, and Professor Constance
P. Wilson. Absent from the meeting were Mr. Ronald G. Geary, Mr. George W.
Griffin, Senator Walter D. Huddleston, and Mr. Brereton C. Jones. The
University administration was represented by President Otis A. Singletary;
Mr. Edward A. Carter, Acting Vice President for Administration; Chancellor
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. Donald B. Clapp, Executive Vice Chancellor for
Administration for the Medical Center, representing Chancellor Peter P.
Bosomworth.

       Members of the various new media were also in attendance. Mr.
Darsie, Assistant Secretary of the Board, reported a quorum present, and
Mr. McCowan declared the meeting officially open for the conduct of
business at 1:05 p.m.

       B.   Minutes Approved

       On motion made by Mrs. Hayes, seconded by Mr. Clay and passed, the
Minutes of the March 3, 1987 meeting of the Board of Trustees were approved
as written.

       C.    Nominating Committee Report

       Mr. McCowan, who had appointed a Nominating Committee comprised of
Mr. Frank Ramsey (Chairman), Mr. James L. Rose, Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes and
Professor David R. Driscoll, Jr. to recommend a replacement for Mr. William
R. Black on the Executive Committee and a replacement for Mr. George W.
Griffin as Secretary of the Board, called on Mr. Ramsey to present the
Committee's recommendations.




 




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       Mr. Ramsey placed in nomination the name of Mr. James L. Rose as a
replacement for Mr. William R. Black on the Executive Committee. There
being no nominations from the floor, Mr. Ramsey moved acceptance of the
nomination. The motion was seconded by Mr. Watson and unanimously carried.



       Mr. Ramsey next placed the name
nomination for Secretary of the Board.
closed. On motion made by Mr. Ramsey,
Mrs. Hayes was elected by acclamation.



of Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes in
Mr. Clay moved that nominations be
seconded by Mr. Clay and carried,



       D.    Committee Appointments

       Mr. McCowan reported that Mr. Clay announced in the Finance
Committee meeting on the morning of April 7 that he would like to remain a
member of the Finance Committee but would like to be replaced as Chairman.
Mr. McCowan stated he would honor his request and thanked Mr. Clay for his
tremendous contributions to the University of Kentucky during the past
eighteen years. President Singletary, speaking for the administration,
also expressed his appreciation for Mr. Clay's many contributions,
following which Mr. Clay was given a round of applause.



       Mr. McCowan then announced
appointments for 1986-87:

Finance



Lawrence E. Forgy, Jr.,
Albert G. Clay
Tracy Farmer
*George W. Griffin
Walter D. Huddleston
*Brereton C. Jones
*R. Larry Jones
Robert T. McCowan
James L. Rose
Jerome A. Stricker



Chairman



Investment

Henry E. Hershey, Chairman
Ted B. Bates
Albert G. Clay
*Ronald G. Geary
T. A. Lassetter
Frank Ramsey
Jerome A. Stricker
Billy B. Wilcoxson

Honorary Degrees

Walter D. Huddleston



the following revised committee


     Student Code

     Bobby Watson, Chairman
     Donna G. Greenwell
     *George W. Griffin
     Edythe Jones Hayes
     Nicholas J. Pisacano
     Julia K. Tackett
     Constance P. Wilson



Hearing

*R. Larry Jones, Chairman
Raymond F. Betts
David R. Driscoll, Jr.
Edythe Jones Hayes
Julia K. Tackett
Billy B. Wilcoxson



Council of Supervisors
University Hospital

Albert B. Chandler,
  ex officio

(Other members are appointed
  by the Board of Trustees.)



*The six-year term has not expired; legal issue pending.




 






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

      President Singletary reminded the Trustees of the following events:

      April 13, 1987 - The Gubernatorial Candidate Forum which is being
      cosponsored by the Kentucky Advocates for Higher Education and the
      Prichard Committee for Educational Excellence. A reception is
      scheduled from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on the 25th floor of the Humana
      Building and the forum at 8:00 p.m. in the Kentucky Center for the
      Arts. President Singletary urged the Board members to attend.

      May 5, 1987 - The May Board meeting which will be held in Ashland at
      3:00 p.m. The meeting will be followed by a reception for the
      people in that area of the state who have been U.K. supporters, and
      Ashland Oil will host a dinner that evening. A block of rooms has
      been reserved for those needing overnight accommodations.

      May 9 - The Commencement exercises which are scheduled for 4:00 p.m.

      In reviewing his "Report to the Trustees," copies of which were
distributed earlier, President Singletary called attention to (1) the
$959,000 National Institutes of Health grant in support of the Cholesterol
and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Program, (2) the development efforts in
the Community College System which have brought in $1 million, (3) a series
of joint research seminars conducted by the University and the IBM
Corporation, and (4) the annual Distinguished Professor Lecture which will
be given at 8 p.m. tonight by College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished
Professor Joseph A. Bryant, Jr.

       President Singletary indicated his pleasure in reporting that he had
received notification from an individual who wished to remain anonymous
that he had signed a Codicil to his Will leaving the University of Kentucky
$1 million. Mr. McCowan stated that he had received a copy of the letter
received by President Singletary and read the following excerpt:

       This is being done in your honor, and although I wish it to
       be anonymous at the moment, there is no reason not to include
       it in your 1987 pledges. Should a project develop of interest
       ..we would consider prepayment.

       Let me tell you in a simple word that you have been a magnificent
       President of the University, have made many friends, and will be
       missed in your official capacity. Lexington is fortunate that you
       will continue to live here.

       Mr. McCowan expressed his appreciation for President Singletary's
many contributions to the University and the Commonwealth of Kentucky,
following which President Singletary was given a round of applause.

       F.    Personnel Actions  (PR 2)

       With President Singletary so recommending, on motion made by Mr.
Jones, seconded by Professor Driscoll and carried, the routine personnel
actions in PR 2 were approved. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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      G.    Appointment of Director of the MaxwelT H. Gluck Equine
Research Center and Chairman of Department of Veterinary Science-(PR 3A)

      President Singletary recommended that James R. Rooney be appointed
Director of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, effective April 1,
1987, and Chairman of the Department of Veterinary Science for a six-year
term beginning April 1, 1987. He reviewed briefly the credentials and
experience of Dr. Rooney, who was recommended unanimously by the search
committee, and indicated his pleasure in recommending the appointment of
Dr. James R. Rooney to fill the position. The motion, which was made by
Mr. Clay and seconded by Professor Betts, was voted on and carried, with
Mr. Hershey voting nay. Dr. Rooney was asked to stand and be recognized
following which he was given a round of applause. (See PR 3A at the end of
the Minutes.)

       H.    Authorization to Accept Gift from Kentucky Medical Services
Foundation (PR 3B)

       On motion made by Mr. Jones, seconded by Mr. Clay and carried, the
Board authorized the administration of the A. B. Chandler Medical Center to
accept as a gift the construction and related cost to enclose Medical
Center Annex #4. (See PR 3B at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.   University Research Professorships  (PR 3C)

       President Singletary stated he was pleased to recommend that the
Board approve the naming of Professor Asit K. Ray, Department of Chemical
Engineering; Professor Stephen C. Milne, Department of Mathematics; and
Professor James E. Force, Department of Philosophy, as University Research
Professors for 1987-88. Professor Betts so moved. The motion was seconded
by Mr. Ramsey and unanimously carried. Professors Asit K. Ray and Stephen
C. Milne were in attendance, and they were asked to stand and be recognized
following which they were given a round of applause. (See PR 3C at the end
of the Minutes.)

       J.    Honorary Degree Recipients  (PR 3D)

       President Singletary indicated his pleasure in recommending that
approval be granted to awarding the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters to
John R. Gaines, the Doctor of Laws to Kewal Singh, and the Doctor of
Science to Benjamin Franklin Roach. The motion, which was made by Mr.
Stricker and seconded by Professor Betts, was voted on and carried
unanimously. (See PR 3D at the end of the Minutes.)

       K. Change in Division Structure--Jefferson Community College (PR 4A)

       With President Singletary so recommending, Mr. Wilcoxson moved that
Jefferson Community College Southwest Campus be reorganized to reflect the
establishment of four academic divisions: Business and Related
Technologies, Social and Behavioral Sciences and Related Technologies,
Natural Sciences and Related Technologies, and Humanities, Communications,
and Related Technologies. The motion, seconded by Professor Driscoll,
carried without dissent. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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       L. Associate Degree Program in the Community College System--Paducah
Community College (PR 4B)

       On recommendation of President Singletary, Mr. Hershey moved that
the Board authorize for submission to the Council on Higher Education a new
degree program, Associate Degree in Applied Science, Physical Therapy
Assistant, for the Paducah Community College. The motion was seconded by
Professor Driscoll and passed without dissent. (See PR 4B at the end of
the Minutes.)

       M.    Appointments to University of Kentucky Mining Engineering
Foundation (PR 5A)

       On motion made by Mr. Ramsey, seconded by Mr. Lassetter and carried,
approval was given to the appointment of the following as public-at-large
members of the University of Kentucky Mining Engineering Foundation for the
terms indicated:

                   Roger Gann          6/87 through 12/88
                   Charles Bowman      6/87 through 12/88

(See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       N.    Patent Assignments  (PR 5B)

       On motion made by Mr. Rose, seconded by Mr. Lassetter and carried,
the routine patent assignments in PR 5B were approved. (See PR SB at the
end of the Minutes.)

       0.    Change in Name of an Educational Unit  (PR 6A)

       With President Singletary so recommending, Mr. Lassetter moved that
the name of the Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, be changed to
the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology. The motion was seconded by Mr.
Bates and carried. (See PR 6A at the end of the Minutes.)

       P.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Eight Months Ended February 28, 1987   (FCR 1)

       Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
Committee met on the morning of April 7, 1987 and reviewed the seven items
to be presented for action. He then recommended and moved that the Board
accept the University of Kentucky consolidated financial report for the
eight months ended February 28, 1987. The motion was seconded by Mr. Rose,
and it was so ordered. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Q.    Report of Leases  (FCR 2)

       On motion made by Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Farmer and carried, the
Board accepted the report of leases in FCR 2. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)




 




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       R.    Conveyance of Property on Newtown Pike to the Lexington-
Fayette Urban County Government by the UK Research Foundation for Use as a
Fire Station (FCR 3)

       With the concurrence of the Finance Committee, Mr. Clay moved that
the Board approve the conveyance by the University of Kentucky Research
Foundation to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government of a tract of
land, as recommended in FCR 3, to be used by the Urban County Government
for a new fire station. The motion was seconded by Mr. Lassetter and
unanimously carried. (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

       S.    Seventh Supplemental Contract for Steam and Chilled Water to
Jefferson Community College  (FCR 4)

       Mr. Clay moved that the Board adopt the Resolution authorizing the
execution of a Seventh Supplemental Contract for steam and chilled water to
Jefferson Community College as recommended in FCR 4. The motion, which was
seconded by Judge Tackett, carried.  (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    A Resolution Authorizing the University's Participation in the
Formation of a Non-Profit Corporation Which Will Own and Operate a
Lithotripter (FCR 5)

       The Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Clay moved that the
President of the University be authorized to execute the necessary
documents committing the institution to:

       (1) Participate, with St. Joseph Hospital and Appalachian Regional
Healthcare, Inc., in the formation of a non-profit corporation which will
own and operate a lithotripter in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, and

       (2) Provide funds, from revenues of the University's Hospital,
together with the other two incorporators, to the lithotripter corporation
for the acquisition of equipment and other expenses; the University's share
of said equipment and other expenses not to exceed $1,500,000.

       Dr. Donald B. Clapp explained that the lithotripter uses shock waves
to dissolve kidney stones without surgery, and that a need for this service
exists in Eastern and Central Kentucky. He added that University Hospital,
along with St. Joseph Hospital and Appalachian Regional Healthcare, Inc.,
will buy and operate the device which will be housed at a site not yet
chosen.

       Mr. Clay's motion was seconded by Dr. Pisacano and unanimously
carried. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)




 




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       U.    Adoption of Resolution Accepting the Successful Bid for the
University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildings Refunding Revenue
Bonds, Series G (Second Series), Series H (Second Series), and Series I
(Second Series), dated May 1, 1987  (FCR 6)

       Mr. Clay announced that bids had been received for the purchase of
Consolidated Educational Buildings Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series G
(Second Series), Series H (Second Series), and Series I (Second Series) of
the University of Kentucky, dated May 1, 1987, until 10:00 a.m. (Eastern
Daylight Time) on this date of April 7, 1987, pursuant to a Notice of Sale
of Bonds which had been published. Since the hour of 1 p.m. (Eastern
Daylight Time) had arrived, it was appropriate that all Purchase Bids
received should be publicly read and fully considered, such bids having
been referred to the Treasurer of the Board and the Fiscal Agent of the
University for analysis. It was further stated that at the time such bids
had been received at 10:00 a.m. on this date, they had been referred also
to the Finance Committee, which had considered such bids and had
recommended that the best bid be accepted as had been recommended by the
Treasurer and the Fiscal Agent with reference to the issuance of such Bonds.

       The Treasurer and the Fiscal Agent presented to the Finance
Committee, after the analysis, the best offer for the purchase of said
Consolidated Educational Buildings Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series G
(Second Series), Series H (Second Series), and Series I (Second Series),
dated May 1, 1987, and thereupon, Trustee Clay moved that a Resolution the
form of which had been distributed to the members of the Board of Trustees
prior to the meeting and was available at such meeting, be adopted, which
Resolution was entitled:

       RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
       ACCEPTING THE SUCCESSFUL BID FOR THE PURCHASE OF $35,690,000
       PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL
       BUILDINGS REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS, SERIES G (SECOND SERIES), SERIES
       H (SECOND SERIES), AND SERIES I (SECOND SERIES), DATED MAY 1, 1987;
       FIXING THE PRECISE AMOUNT OF SUCH BONDS TO BE ISSUED; FIXING THE
       REVISED MATURITIES THEREOF; AND AUTHORIZING THE FURNISHING OF A
       NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF CERTAIN OUTSTANDING BONDS DATED APRIL 1,
       1983, MARCH 1, 1983, AND OCTOBER 1, 1985, TO THE RESPECTIVE OWNERS
       OF SUCH BONDS.

       The motion for adoption of said Resolution was seconded by Trustee
Wilcoxson. Upon a vote being taken on such motion the result was as
follows:

       Yeas for the Motion                    Nays for the Motion

       Robert T. McCowan                               None
       Ted B. Bates
       Raymond F. Betts
       Albert G. Clay
       David R. Driscoll, Jr.
       Tracy Farmer
       Lawrence E. Forgy, Jr.
       Donna G. Greenwell
       Edythe Jones Hayes
       Henry E. Hershey




 





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      R. Larry Jones
      T. A. Lassetter
      Nicholas J. Pisacano
      Frank Ramsey
      James L. Rose
      Jerome A. Stricker
      Julia K. Tackett
      Bobby Watson
      Billy B. Wilcoxson
      Constance P. Wilson

      Thereupon, the Chairman declared that such motion had carried and
that such Resolution, a copy of which Resolution is attached to the Minutes
of this meeting, and made a part thereof as if copied in full herein, had
been adopted. He then directed that the good faith check of the successful
bidder be deposited and that the checks of the unsuccessful bidders be
returned to such bidders.

       The good faith checks were then returned to the unsuccessful
bidders. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

       V.   Memorandum of Agreement and Bylaws for the University Hospital
of the Albert B. Chandler Medical Center, Inc. (FCR 7)

       With the concurrence of the Finance Committee, Mr. Clay moved that
the Board approve the Bylaws of the University Hospital of the Albert B.
Chandler Medical Center, Inc. (Hospital), an affiliated corporation of the
University of Kentucky, and the Memorandum of Agreement between the
University of Kentucky and the Hospital setting forth agreements under
which the Board of Trustees of the University conveys certain management
functions of the Hospital to the Hospital's Board of Directors, as
recommended in FCR 7.

       Dr. Clapp explained that the proposed agreement has been under
consideration for several years and that a committee, including a
representative from the Board, was appointed in December 1984 to study and
recommend on the governance needs of the University Hospital. The
committee, he reported, considered a full range of options which included
making no change, creating an auxiliary enterprise, creating an affiliated
corporation, and creating a totally independent enterprise. Dr. Clapp
indicated that the committee recommended the affiliated corporation as
providing the best balance of academic, patient care, management, and
financial considerations for the institution. Board action on December 8,
1986 authorized the creation of an affiliated corporation, and upon
approval of the proposed agreement and the Bylaws, final steps will be
taken to activate the Hospital corporation. Dr. Clapp concluded his
remarks by stating that the agreement does not address the management of
assets by the Hospital's Board and that this matter will be brought to the
Board at a future date after receipt of an Internal Revenue Service ruling
on the tax exempt status of the Hospital corporation.

       The motion, which was made by Mr. Clay and seconded by Dr. Pisacano,
was voted on and unanimously carried. (See FCR 7 at the end of the
Minutes.)




 






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       W.   Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairman adjourned the meeting at 1:42 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time).

                                       Respectfully submitted,


                                          / o~~Darsie
                                     / Assistant Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

(PR's 2, 3A. 3B, 3C, 3D, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, and 6A and FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
and 7 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the Meeting.)

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                                                Office of the President
                                                April 7, 1987



                                                PR]1



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
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:      April  7    , 1987
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                          CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I.    ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

      A.   Leave of Absence

           Business Services

           Dawson, C. Leslie, Director, Management and Organizational
           Analysis, leave of absence for special assignment with state
           government extended through December 31, 1987.



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                       COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.   BOARD ACTION

    A.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

               Southeast Community College

               Carr, M. Anne, Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), Chairman, Division of
                    Communications, Humanities & Fine Arts, 3/1/87
                    through 6/30/89.

     B.  RETIREMENTS

               Ashland Community College

               Cook, Klara Rosa, Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), after 25.9 consecutive years
                    of service, effective 5/31/87.
               Sowards, John B., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), after 30 consecutive years
                    of service, effective 5/31/87.

     C.   EARLY RETIREMENTS

               Elizabethtown Community College

               Rice, Martha B., Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), after 22 consecutive
                    years of service [under AR II-1.6-1 Section II.A.2
                    (a)], effective 7/1/87.

               Henderson Community College

               Elkins, I. Dean, Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), after 24 consecutive
                    years of service [under AR II-1.6-1 Section II.A.2
                    (a)], effective 7/1/87.
               Lacefield, Arch S., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), after 28 consecutive years
                    of service [under AR II-1.6-1 Section II.A.2(a)],
                    effective 7/1/87.

               Lexington Community College

               Spence, Agnes S., Professor in the Community College
                     System (with tenure), after 21.8 consecutive years
                     of service [under AR II-1.6-1 Section II.A.1(a)],
                     effective 5/31/87.




 






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              Prestonsburg Community College

              Kalos, Gus M., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), after 21.9 consecutive years
                    of service [under AR 11-1.6-1 Section II.A.1(a)],
                    effective 7/1/87.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

     A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Henderson Community College

               Merrick, Gloria J., Instructor in the Community
                    College System (voluntary), 1/1/87 through
                    5/31/87.

               Owensboro Community College

               Keeton, Nancy A., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 2/18/87 through 6/30/87.

               Prestonsburg Community College

               Trimble, Dawn Melody, Instructor in the Community
                    College System, 8/1/87 through 6/30/88.

               Southeast Community College

               Hurd, Denise R., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 1/1/87 through 6/30/87.

     B.  LEAVES OF ABSENCE

               Lexington Community College

               Birchfield, Martha, Librarian II in the Community
                     College System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at
                     full salary, 7/1/87 through 12/31/87.
               Carpenter, Gail V., Associate Professor in the
                     Community College System (with tenure), sabbatical
                     leave at full salary, 7/1/87 through 12/31/87.




 






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                              LEXINGTON CAMPUS


I. BOARD ACTION

   A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

           College of Agriculture

           Benson, Fred J., Extension Professor (with tenure), Agricultural
              Economics, effective 1/1/87.
           Buckley, Philip E., Visiting Assistant Professor, Agronomy, 2/1/87
               through 1/31/88.
            Fulton, Gary Kent, Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering,
               2/1/87 through 6/30/88.

            College of Arts and Sciences

            Pisacano, Nicholas, Professor (voluntary), Biological Sciences,
               1/1/87 through 6/30/87.

            College of Business and Economics

            Pakath, Ramakrishnan, Instructor, Management, 8/16/87 through
               6/30/88.

    B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

            College of Law

            Vansant, Drusilla W., appointed Associate Dean, 3/19/87 through
               6/30/88.

            Vice Chancellor for Administration

            Rieman, Allen R., appointed Director, Auxiliary Services,
               effective 1/1/87.

    C. REAPPOINTMENTS

            College of Arts and Sciences

            Coats, George W., Visiting Professor (part-time), Russian and
               Eastern Studies, 1/1/87 through 5/31/87.

    D. PROMOTIONS

            College of Arts and Sciences

            Brock, Carolyn P., from Associate Professor (with tenure),
               Chemistry, to Professor (with tenure), Chemistry, effective
               7/1/87.



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       Everett, Percival L., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
          English, to Associate Professor (with tenure), English,
          effective 7/1/87.
       Lorch, Elizabeth P., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
          Psychology, to Associate Professor (with tenure), Psychology,
          effective 7/1/87.
       Milich, Richard S., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
          Psychology, to Associate Professor (with tenure), Psychology,
          effective 7/1/87.

       College of Business and Economics

       Black, Dan A., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
          Economics, to Associate Professor (with tenure), Economics,
          effective 7/1/87.

       College of Law

       Short, David C., from Associate Professor (with tenure)*, to
          Professor (with tenure)*, effective 7/1/87.
       Stipanowich, Thomas J., from Assistant Professor (without tenure),
           to Associate Professor (with tenure), effective 7/1/87.

       Libraries

       Birchfield, James D., from Librarian II (with tenure), Collection
           Development, to Librarian I (with tenure), Collection
           Development, effective 7/1/87.
        Hunt, Cathy S., from Librarian III (without tenure), Music Library,
           to Librarian II (with tenure), Music Library, effective 7/1/87.
       Kresse, Kerry L., from Librarian III (without tenure), Chemistry-
           Physics Library, to Librarian II (with tenure), Chemistry-
           Physics Library, effective 7/1/87.
        Lach, Michael J., from Librarian II (with tenure), Director's
           Office, to Librarian I (with tenure), Director's Office,
           effective 7/1/87.

        College of Social Work

        Wiehe, Vernon R., from Associate Professor (with tenure)*, to
           Professor (with tenure)*, effective 7/1/87.

E. RETIREMENTS

        College of Agriculture

        Brooks, William A., Auto Mechanic Supervisor, Management
           Operations, after 41 consecutive years of service, under
           Section II.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 4/4/87.
        Dorris, Maymie B., EFNEP Assistant, Cooperative Extension Service,
           after 15.5 consecutive years of service, under Section II.B of
           AR II-1.6-1, effective 3/26/87.



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       College of Engineering

       Blythe, David K., Professor (with tenure), Civil Engineering,
          Associate Dean for Continuing Education and Alumni Affairs, and
          Acting Chairman, Mining Engineering, after 40 consecutive years
          of service, under Section II.C of AR I1-1.6-1, effective
          6/30/87.

       Vice Chancellor for Administration

       Sexton, Curtis, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits and Risk
          Management, after 18.5 consecutive years of service, under
          Section II.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 7/1/87.
       Wickman, June E., Staff Assistant IV, Printing Services, Business
          Services, after 21 consecutive years .of service, under Section
          II.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 7/1/87.

        Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

        Pond, Rosemary, Associate Dean, Office of the Dean of Students,
           after 21 consecutive years of service, under Section II.B of AR
           II-1.6-1, effective 6/30/87.

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        College of Agriculture

        Loy, Robert G., Professor (with tenure), Veterinary Science, after
           17.5 consecutive years of service, under Section II.A.1(a) of
           AR II-1.6-1, effective 7/1/87.

        College of Fine Arts

        Holroyd, Sara L., Professor (with tenure)*, M