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    Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Tuesday, January
25, 1983.



    The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky met at 2 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on
Tuesday, January 25, 1983 in the Board Room on the 18th floor of
the Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

    A.   Meeting Opened and Roll Called

    Mr. William B. Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to
order at 2 p.m. and pronounced the invocation.

    The following members of the Executive Committee answered the
call of the roll: Mr. William B. Sturgill (Chairman), Mr. Albert
G. Clay, Mr. Tracy Farmer, Mr. A. Stevens Miles, and Mrs. Betty
Pace Clark (Ex Officio Secretary). Mr. William R. Black was not
present. Members of the Board of Trustees attending the meeting
included Governor Albert Benjamin Chandler (Honorary Trustee),
Professor Opal Skaggs Conley, Mr. James W. Dinkle, Mrs. Sally
Hermansdorfer, Mr. W. Terry McBrayer, Professor William F.
Wagner, and Professor Constance P. Wilson.     The University
administration was represented by President Otis A. Singletary;
Dr. Donald B. Clapp, Vice President for Administration;
Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Art Gallaher, and Charles T.
Wethington; Dr. Raymond R. Hornback, Vice President for
University Relations; Mr. John C. Darsie, General Counsel; Mr.
Henry Clay Owen, Controller and Treasurer; Mr. David I. Carter,
Special Assistant for Business and Financial Affairs; Dr. Paul G.
Sears, Special Assistant for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Wimberly
C. Royster, Dean of the Graduate School and Coordinator of
Research. Members of the various news media were also in
attendance. The Secretary, Mrs. Clark, reported a quorum
present,and the Chairman declared the meeting officially open for
the conduct of business at 2:02 p.m.

    B.   MtesA      roved

    The Minutes of the December 14, 1982 meeting of the Board of
Trustees were approved as written.




 







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

    President Singletary reviewed briefly some of the items in
his monthly report to the Trustees, calling particular attention
to (1) the success of the University's United Way campaign which
collected $195,910, a 10 percent increase above the 1981
collections, (2) the Philip Morris Scholarships administered by
Jefferson Community College, (3) the Community College System's
report of continuing education and community service activities
during the past year, (4) the $25,000 endowment to fund a
distinguished visitors series given by E. DeLong Bowman,
grandnephew of one of the founding fathers of the University,
John Bryan Bowman, and (5) the $280,000 grant from the Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation to the Appalachian Center. President
Singletary recommended that the report be received and filed.
Without objection, it was so ordered.

    President Singletary also called attention to the document
"The University of Kentucky Organizational Review," information
copies of which were distributed.

    D.   Personnel Actions (PR 2)

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

    E.   Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3A)

    President Singletary reported the appointment of M. O'Neal
Weeks as Acting Dean, College of Home Economics, effective
January 1, 1983, and recommended acceptance of the report. On
motion by Mr. Clay and second by Mr. Miles, it was so ordered.
(See PR 3A at the end of the Minutes.)

    F.   1982-83 Budet Revisions (PR 3B)

    With President Singletary so recommending, on motion by Mr.
Farmer and second by Mr. Clay, the proposed routine revisions in
the 1982-83 budget were approved. (See PR 3B at the end of the
Minutes.)

    G.   Acceptance of Gift from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (PR
3C)

    Mr. Miles moved that the University of Kentucky Board of
Trustees accept the $280,000 gift from the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation as recommended in PR 3C. His motion was seconded by
Mr. Farmer and carried unanimously. (See PR 3C at the end of the
Minutes.)




 






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    H.   Patent Assignment (PR 5A)

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

    I.   Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

    Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that
the Committee had met on the morning of January 25 and considered
four items to be presented for action, the first of which was the
financial report for the five months ending November 30, 1982.
The Committee found the University to be 'on target' and Mr. Clay
moved acceptance of the report. His motion, seconded by Mr.
Farmer, carried and the financial report was accepted. (See FCR
1 at the end of the Minutes.)

    J.   Estate of Mildred Sinclair Lewis (FCR 2)

    The Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Clay moved that
the Board authorize the establishment of a quasi-endowment under
the terms of the Will of Mildred Sinclair Lewis as presented in
FCR 2. His motion was seconded by Mr. Miles and carried
unanimously. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

    K.   Adoption of Resolutions Authorizin   University of
Kentucky Consolidated Educational Buildin s Revenue Bonds, Series
H. and, Conditiona l, Bond Anticipation Notes of the Same Series
(FCR 3)

    Thereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Clay and seconded by Mr.
Farmer that the following titled Resolutions, which were read in
summary form to the Executive Committee, be adopted:

    A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $8,50C,000
    UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL
    BUILDINGS REVENUE BONDS, SERIES H, OF THE BOARD OF
    TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY.

    A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $8,500,000
    UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL
    BUILDINGS REVENUE BONDS, SERIES H, OF THE BOARD OF
    TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY AND THE
    ISSUANCE OF $8,500,000 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
    CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS REVENUE BOND
    ANTICIPATION NOTES, SERIES H, OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
    OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY IN ANTICIPATION OF THE
    ULTIMATE ISSUANCE OF SAID SERIES H BONDS.


    (The full Resolutions being attached to these Minutes as
Exhibits 1 and 2, respectively.)




 






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

        Yeas                                       Nays

   William B. Sturgill                             None
   Albert G. Clay
   Tracy Farmer
   A. Stevens Miles


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

    L.   Capital Construction Report (FCR 4)

    On motion by Mr. Clay and second by Mr. Miles, the capital
construction report for the two months ending December 31, 1982
was accepted. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

    M.   Report of Investments (ICR 1)

    Mr. Miles, Chairman of the Investment Committee, recommended
that the report of changes made in investments for the University
of Kentucky and its affiliated corporations for the six months
ended December 31, 1982 be accepted. Without objection, it was
so ordered. (See ICR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

    N.   Mrs. Sally Hermansdorfer Recognized

    Noting that Mrs. Hermansdorfer was attending her last meeting
as a member of the Board, Mr. Dinkle said he had enjoyed working
with her and thanked her for her service. Mr. Sturgill, speaking
on behalf of the entire Board, expressed thanks to Mrs.
Hermansdorfer for her many contributions and added that it had
been a privilege and pleasure to serve with her. Governor
Chandler commended Mrs. Hermansdorfer as a knowledgeable,
faithful, and dedicated member and said she will be missed.




 






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   0.   Meeting Adjourned

   There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at
2:10 p.m.

                             Respectfully submitted,





                             Betty Pace Clark
                             Ex Officio Secretary
                             Executive Committee
                             Board of Trustees





         (PR's 2, 3A, 3B, 3C, and 5A; FCR's 1, 2, 3 (Exhibits 1
and 2), and 4; and ICR 1 which follow are official parts of the
Minutes of the meeting.)




 








                                                        Office of the President
                                                        January 25, 1983









Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:


                               PERSONNEL ACTIONS


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

Background: The attached recommended appointments and/or other staff
changes require approval by the Board of Trustees in accordance with
Part VIII-B of the governing Regulations of the University. These recom-
mendations are transmitted to the Board by the appropriate chancellor
through the President and have his concurrence.

Under the Governing Regulations, the authority to make certain appoint-
ments and/or other staff changes is delegated to the President or other
administrators who are required to report their actions to the Board.
This report follows the recommendations requiring Board approval.



Action taken: Appi

Date:  a.nu av7 '25



roved    '     Disapproved _

       1  19 83".



Other




 




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                              CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

   A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

           University Relations

           Elkins, Keith A., University Information Officer, effective
                1/3/83.




 






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COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM



I. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

   A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

            Jefferson Community College

            Bonski, David E., Instructor in the Community College System,
                  1/1183 through 6/30/S3.
            Durbin, Regina, Instructor in the Community College System
                  (voluntary), 8/1/82 through 6/30/83.
             Stewart, Richard A., Instructor in the Community College
                  System, 12/1/82 through 6/30/83.

            Lexington Technical Institute

            Sechrist, Scott R., Instructor in the Community College System,
                  1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

             Prestonsburg Community College

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

             Somerset Community College

             Drake, Eloise H.I, Instructor in the Community College System,
                  1/6/83 through 6/30/83.

             Southeast Community College

             Guyn, Hazel K., Instructor in the Community College System,
                  1/1/83 through 6/30/83.



B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

         Southeast Community College

         Blevins, Vivian B., Associate Professor in the Community College
              System (with tenure), appointed Acting Chairman, Division
              of Biological Sciences and Related Technologies, 1/1/83
              through 6/30/83.


C. REAPPOINTMENTS

         Paducah Community College

         Foust, Janice L., Instructor in the Community College System,
              10/1/82 through 6/30/83.




 





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         Somerset Community College

         Davidson, Betty, Instructor in the Community College System
              (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.
         Pearson, Dale, Instructor in the Community College System
              (voluntary), 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.


D. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         Lexington Technical Institute

         Noffsinger, Anne L., Professor in the Community College System
              (with tenure), Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/83
              through 6/30/84.

         Maysville Community College

         Kooyman, Ruth M., Assistant Professor in the Community College
              System, Leave without pay, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.




 





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                            I EXTNGTON CAMPUS


I. BOARD ACTION

    A.  ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

             College of Arts and Sciences

             Allen, John J., Visiting Professor, Spanish and Italian Languages
                  and Literature, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

             College of Law

             Brabant, Thomas C., Professor (part-time), 1/16/83 through
                   5/15/83.
             Lee, Joe, Professor (part-time), 1/16!83 through 5/15/83.
             Short, David C., Associate Professor*, 1/1/83 through 12/31/83.

    B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

              College of Law

              Short, David C., Associate Professor,, named Director, Center
                   for Mineral Law, 1/1!83 through 12/31/83.

              Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

              Wilson, Wayne D., named Associate Dean of Students, effective
                   11/1/82.

     C. RETIRIFIENTS

              Vice Chancellor for Administration

              Briscoe, William A., Jr., Custodial Supervisor I, Physical Plant
                   Division, after 32.5 consecutive years of service, effective
                   8/15/82.
              Post, Irene E., Supervisor, Data Processing Services, after 18
                   consecutive years of service, effective 4/1!83.

II.  ADMINITSTRATIVE ACTION1

     A.  ACADD4IC APPOINlTMNTS

              College of Agriculture

              Li, Guang-Min, Visiting Instructor, Agronomy, 11/15/82 through
                   11/15/84.



*Special Title Series




 











         Swanson, Louis E., Assistant Professor, Sociology, and Assistant
              Professcr, Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences, 1/l/83
              through 6/30/83.

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Bitetto, VTito, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Computer Science,
              1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

         Libraries                                                 -

         McAninch, Sandra, Librari-an TII, Government Documents, 1/5/83
              through 6/30/83.

B.  ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

         Graduate School

         Adibhatla, Shridher, Senior Research Engineer, Institute for
              Mining and Minerals Research, effective 11/1/82.
         Roeder, Phillip W., Associate Professor (with tenure), Political
              Science, College of Arts and Sciences, named Acting Director,
              James W. Martin Graduate Center for Public Administration,
              effective 12/1/82.

C.  REAPPOINTMENTS

         College of Agriculture

         Aten, D. Lyle, Instructor (part-time), 11orticulture and Landscape
              Architecture, 1/1/83 through 5/31!83.
         Ray, William H., Instructor (part-time), Horticulture and Land-
              scape Architecture, 1/1/83 through 5/31/83.              -

         College of Architecture

         Sanders, Joel, Visiting Assistant Professor (part-time), 1/1/83
               through 5/15/83.

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Durant, Susan, Visiting Assistant Professor (part-time), History,
               1/1/83 through 5/31/83.

         College of Business and Economics

         Reese, Howard L., Visiting Assistant Professor, Economics, 1/l/83
               through 6/30/83.



*Special Title Series



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         College of Engineering

         Hancock, Tony, Visiting Assistant Professor (part-time), Chemical
              Engineering, 1/1/83 through 5/15/83.
         Lu, Wei-vang, Assistant Professor, Engineering Mechanics, 7/1/83
              through 6/30/'85.

         College of Fine Arts

         Morrison, Barbara, Instructor* (part-time), Music, 7/1/82 through
              6/30/83.

D.  CHANCES

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Snyder, Douglas K., from Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychology,
              to Assistant Professor, Psychology, 1/1/83 through 6/30/84.

         College of Education

         Farley, Mary Ann, from Instructor*, Curriculum and Instruction,
              College of Education and Instructor*, Family Studies, College
              of Home Economics, to Instructor*, Curriculum and Tnstruction,
              College of Education, 7/1/32 through 6/30/83.

E.  TERMINAL REAPPOINITMENTS

         College of Arts and Sciences

         Murphy, Patricia E., Instructor, Computer Science, 1/1/83 through
              6/30/83.

F. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

         College of Agriculture

         Liu, Calvin J., Associate Professor (with tenure), Forestry,
              Sabbatical leave with half salary, to chancge dates from
              9/1/82 through 8/31/83 to 12/1/82 through 11/30/83.

         College of Architecture

         Vuyosevich, Robert D., Assistant Professor, Leave without pay,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83.



*Special Title Series




 





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College of Arts and Sciences

Fiedler, Theodore, Associate Professor, (with tenure), Germanic
     Languages and Literature, Sabbatical leave with half salary,
     7/1/83 through 6/30/84.
Gabbard, Fletcher, Professor (with tenure), Physics and Astronomy
     Sabbatical leave with full salary, 7/1/83-12/31/83.
Ulack, Richard, Associate Professor (with tenure), Geography,
     Leave without pay, 7/1/83 through 12/31/83.
Wood, Constance, Associate Professor (with tenure), Statistics,
     Sabbatical leave with half salary, 7/1/83 through 6/30!84.

College of Education

Berdine, William H., Associate Professor (with tenure), Special
     Education, Sabbatical leave with full salary, 7/1/83 through
     12/31/83.
Culatta, Barbara, Associate Professor (with tenure), Special
     Education, Leave without pay, 1/1/83 through 12/31/83.
Denton, David, Professor (with tenure), Social and Philosophical
     Studies, Sick leave with pay, 9/17/82 through 3/17/83.

College of Home Economics

Stewart, Marjorie, Dean, Sick leave with pay, 1/1/83 through
     6/30/83.

College of Law

Johnston, Gerald, Associate Professor (with tenure), Leave without
     pay, 7/1/83 through 6/30/84.



*Special Title Series




 





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                           MEDICAL CENTER


I.  BOARD ACTION

    A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

             College of Allied Health Professions

             Young, Robert W., Associate Clinical Professor (voluntary),
                  Community Health, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.

             College of Medicine

             Bendfeldt, Fernando Z., Assistant Professor, Psychiatry,
                  12/1/82 through 6/30/83.
             Goldblum, Simeon E., Assistant Professor, Medicine,
                  1/1/83 through 6/30/83.

    B.   JOINT APPOINTMENTS

             College of Medicine

             Traurig, Harold H., Professor (with tenure), Anatomy,
                  joint appointment as Professor (without tenure),
                  Neurology, effective 12/1/82.

    C.  PROMOTIONS

              College of Medicine

              David, Alan K., Assistant Professor* (without tenure),
                  Family Practice, to Associate Professor* (with tenure),
                  Family Practice, effective 7/1/83.
               Seeley, Ellsworth C., from Associate Professor* (with
                   tenure), to Professor* (with tenure), Family Practice,
                   effective 7/1/83.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               College of Allied Health Professions

               Bishop, Elisa K., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Physical
                   Therapy, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.
               Greathouse, David, Lecturer (part-time), Physical Therapy,
                   2/16/83 through 3/11/83.
               Kaufmann, Arleen, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Physical
                   Therapy, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.
               Victor, Susan Ishmael, Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
                   Physical Therapy, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.



*Special Title Series




 





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         College of Dentistry

         Stovall, Jerry L., Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary),
             Periodontics, 11/1/82 through 6/30/83.

         College of Medicine

         Bell, Henry R. Jr., Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary),
             Family Practice, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.
         Bergeisen, Gershon Henoch, Assistant Clinical Professor
              (voluntary), Family Practice, 1/1/83 through 6/30/85.
         Brock, Lawrence O., Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary),
             Family Practice, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.
         Goetz, Bernard A., Associate Dean for Planning, appointed
             Assistant Professor (Adjunct Series), Community Health,
             College of Allied Health Professions, 11/1/82 through
             6/30/83.
         Havelda, Christopher J., Assistant Clinical Professor
              (voluntary), Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
         Peyrot, Mark F., Instructor (temporary), Behavioral Science,
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83.
          Schmidt, John J., Assistant Research Professor, Medicine,
              12/1/82 through 6/30/83.
         Womack, Glenn R., Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary),
              Family Practice, 12/1/82 through 6/30/85.
         Wronski, Thomas J., Assistant Research Professor, Medicine,
              12/1/82 through 6/30/83.

          College of Pharmacy

          Hunter, Becky Sue, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), 11/1/82
              through 6/30/83.

B.   REAPPOINTMENTS

          College of Dentistry

          Chandler, James A., Assistant Professor (part-time),
              Prosthodontics, 3/23/83 through 6/30/83.

          College of Medicine

          NcCreary, Richard B., Assistant Professor (temporary),
              Anesthesiology, 1/1/83 through 1/7/83.

C.   CHANGES

          College of Dentistry

          Forbess, Jackie B., from Assistant Clinical Professor
              (voluntary), Pediatric Dentistry, to Assistant Professor
              (part-time), Pediatric Dentistry, 1/1/83 through 6/30/83.




 




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D.   LEAVES OF ABSENCE

          College of Medicine

          Seeley, Ellsworth C., Associate Professor* .with tenure),
              Family Practice, sabbatical leave with full salary,
              2/1/83 through 7/31/83. NOTE: Change in dates of
              1/1/83 through 6/30/83 approved on 11/9/82.



*Special Title Series




 








                                                 Office of the President
                                                 January 25, 1983



                                                 PR 3A



Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:


             SUPPLJEMENTAL RECOY2MENDATION OF THE PRESIDENT


I. Personnel Actions

Recommendations: (1) that approval be given to the appointments and/or
other staff changes which require Board action; and (2) that the report
relative to appointments ard/or changes already approved by the adminis-
tration be accepted.


Backgrouind: 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 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 adminis-
trators who are required to report their actions to the Board. This report
follows the recommendations requiring Board approval.


                           LEXINGTON CAMPUS

                         Administrative Action

A.  ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

         College of Home Economics

         Weeks, M. O'Neal, Associate Professor (with tenure), Family Studies,
              named Acting Dean, College of Home Economics, effective 1/l/83.





Action taken:  Approved    X       Disapproved           Other_



Date: Januar' 25



, 1983.




 











Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:

                         1982-83 Budget Revisions
                         CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



Office of the President
January 25, 1983




PR3SB



Recommendation: that the following revisions in
and approved.

                                       Approved
                                       Budget

A. General Fund



the 1982-83 budget be authorized



Revised
Budget



Change



1. Income Estimates
     Student Fees
       Registration Fees
         Community College
         System
         Continuing Education
         Fees
     Federal Appropriations
       Agricultural Cooperative
       Extension
     County Appropriations
     Sales and Services
       Departmental Sales and
       Services
     Fund Balances



$ 6,309,700

2,748,800


8, 868, 900
  2,622,700


  5,079,100
  10,705, 000



$ 6,311,900

  2,801,400


  8,888,900
  2,835,300


  5,125, 900
  10,903,400



2. Expenditures
   Lexington Campus
     Academic Affairs
       College of Fine Arts
         Art Museum                171,700
       Agricultural Cooperative
       Extension Service
         Veterinary Science        124,600
         Area Programs          10,983,000
       Administration and
       Support
         General Library         3,564,100
         University Press          661,000
         Graduate School
           James W. Martin Center  422,700
           General Research
           Support               1,787,200
       University Extension
         Council on Aging           67,100
       Administration
         Public Safety Division
           Parking                 633,900



  172, 500


  144,600
11,195, 600


3,575,300
   676, 900

   441, 900

 1,985,600

    70, 100



800 -



20,000
212,600


11,200
15,900

19,200

198,400



3,000



637,500           3,600



$   2,200

   52, 600


   20, 000
   212,600


   46,800
   198,400
   532,600




 








Page Two'



A. General Fund (Continued)
                                       Approved         Revised
                                       Budget           Budget          Change

    2. Expenditures (Continued)
        Community College System
          Prestonsburg               $ 1,229,500        $ 1,259,900     $   30,400
          Somerset                     1,504,500          1506,700           2,200
        Medical Center
          College of Allied Health
          Professions
            Allied Health Publications    -0-                 8,900          8,900
        University-Wide
          Student Aid
            Community College
            Scholarships                 116,400            122,800          6,400
                                                                           532,600

    3. Comments - Registration fees generated from an increase in enrollment
        in the off-campus program at Somerset Community College will provide
        funding for a part-time position to handle the increased registration
        load. Continuing education fees generated by the Prestonsburg Community
        Service Program will support expenses related to anticipated increased
        enrollment during the 1983 Spring Semester. Continuing education fees
        generated by the Local Government Training and Conferences program in
        the Center for Public Administration will fund expenses incurred by
        that program. Continuing education fees generated by the Council on
        Aging Writing Workshop will fund expenses incurred by that workshop.
        Federal appropriations generated by funds received from the Agricul-
        tural Cooperative Extension Service will support a management program
        in Veterinary Science. County appropriations for fiscal year 1982-83
        will support county extension programs. The increase in departmental
        sales and services generated by the Data Services function in the
        M. I. King Library will provide library users with increased services
        in the area of automated bibliographic retrieval. The increase in
        departmental sales and services generated from publications produced
        by the University Press will support University Press expenditures.
        The increase in departmental sales and services generated by the Art
        Museum catalog sales will fund Museum printing costs. The increase in
        departmental sales and services generated from campus parking revenue
        will provide funds for enforcement of parking regulations. The increase
        in departmental sales and services generated by vending commissions
        will provide additional scholarships for Padacah Community College.
        The increase in departmental sales and services generated from sales
        of Allied Health publications will fund future publications to enhance
        health education and patient treatment. The increase in Fund Balance
        will provide increased general research support.




 









Page Three
                                         Approved          Revised
                                         Budget            Budget         Change

B. Restricted Funds

    1.  Income Estimates               $20,047,500        $20,357,900     $   310,300

    2. Expenditures
        Lexington Campus
          Academic Affairs
            College of Education
              Administration                20,700             29,500           8,800
            College of Engineering
              Administration               293,400            296,400           3,000
            College of Fine Arts
              Art Museum                   150,000            152,000           2,000
            College of Home Economics
              Administration                 4,100              8,000           3,900
            Agricultural Experiment
            Station
              Agricultural Engineering     125,600            361,300         235,700
              Agronomy                      404,300           425,800          21,500
              Entomology                   159,400            166,400           7,000
        Medical Center
          College of Medicine
            Medicine                        780,200           781,100             900
            Pediatrics                      278,000           286,700           8,700
        Community College System
          Prestonsburg                       49,300            50,100             800
        Universitv-Wide
          University Extension               26,700            44,100          17,400
        Student Aid
          Gifts and Grants for
          Scholarships
            General Scholarships            844,000           844,600             600
                                                                               310,300

    3. Comments - Income restricted for the purposes indicated above will fund
        the proposed additional expenditures.

C. Contracts and Grants Received