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    Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Monday, February
9, 1981.



    The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky met at 2 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on
Monday,  February  9, 1981 in the Board Room on the 18th floor of
the Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington campus.

    A.   Meeting Opened and Roll Called

    Mr. Sturgill, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 2:02
p.m. and pronounced the invocation. The following members of the
Executive  Committee  answered the call of the roll:  Mr. William
B. Sturgill, Mr. William R. Black, Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Mr.
William   T.  Young,  and  Mrs.  Betty  Pace Clark,   ex officio
secretary. Mr. Albert G. Clay was absent from the meeting.
Members  of  the  Board  of  Trustees attending the meeting were:
Governor Albert Benjamin  Chandler,  Mr.  Tracy  Farmer,  Mr.  A.
Stevens   Miles   and   Mr.   Brad   Sturgeon.    The  University
administration was represented by President Otis A. Singletary;
Vice  Presidents  Jack C. Blanton, Peter P. Bosomworth, Donald B.
Clapp, John T.  Smith,  Charles  T. Wethington,   and  Robert G.
Zumwinkle;   Dr.  Art Gallaher,   Vice  President-Designate;  Dr.
Wimberly C. Royster, Dean of the Graduate School and Coordinator
of  Research; Professor William F. Wagner, Trustee-Elect; and Mr.
John C. Darsie, General Counsel.  The Secretary reported a quorum
present and the Chairman declared the meeting officially open for
the conduct of business at 2:04 p.m.

    B.   Minutes Approved

    The Minutes of the December 9, 1980 meeting of the Board of
Trustees were approved without objection.

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

    After reviewing briefly some of the items in PR 1, President
Singletary recommended its acceptance. Without objection, it was
so ordered.

    D.   Personnel Actions (PR 2)

    On motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mr. Ramsey and passed,
the personnel actions in PR 2 were approved.(See PR 2 at the   end
of the Minutes.)




 









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

    Without discussion, on motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mr.
Young and passed, the President was authorized to confer upon
each individual whose name appears on the list presented in PR 4
the degree to which he or she is entitled, upon certification by
the Dean of Admissions and Registrar and approval by the
University  Senate,  that the   individual   has   satisfactorily
completed ail requirements for the degree for which application
has been made. (See PR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

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

    Acting on the recommendation of President Singletary, Mr.
Ramsey moved that the degrees and certificates specified in PR 5
be awarded to the persons named upon certification that the
requirements  for  those degrees   or  certificates   have   been
satisfactorily  completed.   His motion was seconded by Mr. Young
and passed without dissent.     (See  PR  5 at   the end   of the
Minutes.)

    G.   1980-81 Budget Revisions (PR 6)

    The proposed changes in the 1980-81 budget being of a routine
nature, President Singletary recommended approval. On motion by
Mr. Black, seconded by Mr. Ramsey and passed, the budget
revisions in PR 6 were authorized and approved. (See PR 6 at the
end of the Minutes.)

    H.   Addendum to KMSF, Incorporated Agreement (PR 7)

    President Singletary recommended that the addendum to the
agreement between the University and Kentucky Medical Services
Foundation, Incorporated be approved. The proposed addendum to
the contract provides for (a) the inclusion of the Department of
Psychiatry in the practice plan, and (b) the formalization of
certain other minor service arrangements between KMSF, Inc. and
the  University.   On motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mr. Young
and passed, the recommendations in PR 7 were approved. (See PR 7
at the end of the Minutes.)

    I.   Proposed Amendments to the Governing Regulations (PR 8)

    President Singletary recommended that the proposed amendments
to the Governing Regulations as presented in PR 8 be received for
consideration and placed on the agenda for action at the next
meeting of the Board of Trustees in April.     On motion   by  Mr.
Ramsey, seconded by Mr. Black and passed, it was so ordered.
(See PR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)




 







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    J.  Capital Construction Project (PR 9)

    Acting on the recommendation of President Singletary, Mr.
Black moved that the Board of Trustees approve for submission to
the Council on Higher Education a capital contruction project
proposal for the addition of sprinklers and smoke detectors to
the Kirwan-Blanding Towers. Mr. Black's motion was seconded by
Mr. Ramsey and passed without dissent. (See PR 9 at the end of
the Minutes.)

    K.   Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

    Mr. Miles, reporting for Mr. Clay, Chairman of the Finance
Committee, said the Finance Committee had met on the morning of
February 9, 1980 and considered three items to be presented for
action, the first of which was the Interim Financial Report for
the five months ending November 30, 1980, and recommended that
the report be accepted. On motion by Mr. Ramsey, seconded by Mr.
Young and passed, the report was accepted. (See FCR 1 at the end
of the Minutes.)

    L.   External Auditor for Fiscal Year 1980-81 (FCR 2)

    The Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Black moved that
the  firm  of  Arthur  Andersen  &  Company,   Certified   Public
Accountants, be engaged to perform an examination of the various
accounts of the University of Kentucky and its affiliated
corporations in accordance with the recommendation in FCR 2. Mr.
Miles pointed out that notice had been received at the University
that the Auditor of Public Accounts for the State of Kentucky
will this year audit the  University.   The  Finance Committee's
recommendation, however, speaks to the point that this does not
replace the need for an external audit.

    Mr. Black's motion was seconded by Mr. Ramsey, and passed
without dissent. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

    M.   Authorization Approving Issuance of Series L, Universit
Housing  and  Dining  System  Revenue  Bonds  and  Revenue   Bond
Anticipation Notes  (FCR 3)

    A motion was made by Mr. Homer W. Ramsey and seconded by Mr.
William R. Black that the following Resolution, which was read in
full to the Executive Committee, be passed and adopted; said
Resolution was entitled as follows:

         A RESOLUTION OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF
     TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY AUTHORIZING THE
     ISSUANCE, SALE AND DELIVERY OF $4,200,000 OF UNIVERSITY OF
     KENTUCKY HOUSING AND DINING SYSTEM REVENUE BONDS, SERIES L,
     DATED FEBRUARY 1, 1981, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING THE
     COST; NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED, OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN
     ADDITON TO THE UNIVERSITY STUDENT CENTER; ACCEPTING AND




 






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    APPROVING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE
    FINANCED BY SAID BONDS; DETERMINING THAT COMPLIANCE HAS BEEN
    SHOWN WITH THE PARITY BOND CONDITIONS SET FORTH IN THE
    CONTROLLING TRUST INDENTURE UNDER WHICH ALL HOUSING AND
    DINING SYSTEM REVENUE BONDS ARE TO BE AUTHORIZED AND ISSUED
    APPROVING THE FORM AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF THE
    SERIES L SUPPLEMENTAL TRUST INDENTURE AUTHORIZING THE SERIES
    L BONDS; REQUESTING THAT THE STATE PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS
    COMMISSION APPROVE AND AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF THE SERIES
    L BONDS; REQUESTING THAT THE STATE PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS
    COMMISSION TAKE SPECIFIC ACTION, AS IN THE PAST, AUTHORIZING
    THE INCLUSION IN SAID SERIES L BOND ISSUE OF A COVENANT OF
    THE COMMONWEALTH TO PAY THE INCREASED COST OF OPERATING AND
    MAINTAINING THE UNIVERSITY'S HOUSING AND DINING SYSTEM, AS
    SO ENLARGED, TO THE EXTENT THAT REVENUES OF THE SYSTEM MAY
    BE INSUFFICIENT FOR THAT PURPOSE AFTER PROVISION IS MADE
    FROM TIME TO TIME FOR THE PAYMENT OF ALL PRINCIPAL AND
    INTEREST REQUIREMENTS AND THE ACCUMULATION OF PRESCRIBED
    RESERVED; APPROVING THE FORMS OF "NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS"
    AND "SERIES L OFFICIAL BID FORM" IN CONNECTION WITH THE
    OFFERING OF SAID BONDS AT PUBLIC SALE: AND AUTHORIZING THE
    CHAIRMAN AND/OR VICE CHAIRMAN AND SECRETARY TO TAKE SUCH
    OTHER ACTION AS IS APPROPRIATE TO PROPERLY AUTHORIZE, SELL,
    EXECUTE AND DELIVER SAID SERIES L BONDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH
    LAW.

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

         Yeas                                       Nays

    William B. Sturgill, Chairman                   None
    William R. Black
    William T. Young
    Homer W. Ramsey


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

    N.   Meeting Adjourned

    Mr. Sturgill called attention to the next meeting of the
Executive Committee which will be March 10 and the statutory
meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 7.




 







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    There being no further business to come before the meeting,
the Chairman declared the meeting officially adjourned at 2:25
p.m.

                   Respectfully submitted,






                   Betty Pace Clark
                   Ex Officio Secretary
                   Executive Committee
                   Board of Trustees












(PR's 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9; and FCR's 1, 2 and 3 which follow are
official parts of the Minutes of the Meeting.)




 









                                   Office of the President
                                   February 9, 1921


                                   PRZ





Members, Executive Committee, Board of Trustees:

                      PERSONNEL ACTIONS

                         BOARD ACTION
The following appointments and/or staff changes are submitted for
Board approvai:


A.   Academic Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Coiiege of Arts and Sciences

          Conneily,   Robert,   Visiting   Professor  (part-time),
               Mathematics, 12/1/80 through 12/31/30.

          Coiiege of Engineering

          Choi, Kyun-Sam, Visiting Associate Professor, Electrical
               Engineering, 7/1/81 through 8/31/81.

          Coiiege of Law

          Brabant,   Thomas   C.,  Professor  (part-time),  1/1/SI
               through 4130/81.
          Lee, Joe, Professor (part-time), 1/1/81 through 4/30/C1.
          Moore, Escum L., Jr., Professor (part-time), 1/1/ei
               through '/30/8.1.
          Savange, Joe  C.,  Professor (part-time), 1/1/31 through
               4 j 3C/ E 1.
          Vish, Donaid H., Associate Professor (part-time), 1/11/1
               through 4/3C/81.

     MEDICAL CEIEL.

          Coiirge of Medicina

          Sjs-an, Betty F., "issoci.te -eAse rch Professor,  n.atomy,
                11/1/30 (! t'hroug'; h / ^ r/L/  .




 







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B.   Administrative Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Coilege of Agricuiture

          Ross, Ira J., Professor (with tenure)
               Engineering,    named    Chairman,
               Engineering, effective 1/1/81.

          Coiieae of Arts and Sciences



Forand, Paui G., Associate Professor
     reappointed   Department   Chairmen,
     Orientai Languages and Literatures,
     6/30/85.



, Agricuiturai
Agricuiturai



(with tenure),
Siavic   and
7/1/81 through



C.   Joint Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Cojiege of Arts and Sciences

          Scarborough,  John,  Professor  (with  tenure),
               joint appointment as Professor (with
               History,   and   Professor,  Coiiege  of
               effective 1/1/81.



History,
tenure),
Pharmacy,



     MEDICAL CENTER

          Coiiege of Ailied Heaith Professions

          Skaff,  Karen  0.,  Associate  Professor* (with tenure),
               Aiiied  Heaith  Education   and   Research,   joint
               appointment as Associate Professor* (with tenure),
               Aijied Heaith Education and Rzesear~!h and  Associate
               Professor*, Dentai Hygiene, effective 2/1/P0..

D.   Promotions

     DIVISI N CF COLLEGES

          Coiiege of Agricuiture



cO'Leary,  Joseph,   fron   Assistant
     tenure) , tnimci  Science,   to
     (with tenure) , %, r. .i Sc ierce,



Professor

   e-c  e
.C.  f -:~Cti  ., e



  (without
Professor
I /  i  8 1*



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     MEDICAL CENTER

          Coliege of Medicine

          Floyd, Richard D., from Assistant Ciinical Professor
               (voiuntary),   Surgery,   to   Associate   Ciinicai
               Professor   (vojuntary), Surgery,   1/1/81  through
               6/30/82.

          College of Nursing

          Tarkirngton, Evelyn, from Assistant Clinical Professor
               (voluntary), to   Associate   Clinical   Professor
               (voluntary) , 12/1/80 through A/30/81.

E.   Change

     MEDICAL CENTER

          College of Medicine

          Hochstrasser, Donald L., from Professor (with tenure),
               Community Medicine and Professor, Department of
               Anthropology and the James W. Martin Graduate
               Center for Public Administration, College of Arts
               and Sciences, to Professor (with tenure) Allied
               Health Education and Research,  College of Allied
               Health Professions, and Professor, Depi.rtment of
               Anthropology  and  the James W. Martin     Graduate
               Center for Public Administration, Coliege of Arts
               and Sciences, effective 11/1/SC.

F.   Retirements

     DIVISION OF COLLECES

          Coliege of Agriculture

          Frym-.n,  Cari   B.,  Laboratory Technician,    after  15
               consecutive years of service, effective 1///1.

     COrMNMtL UITY COLLEGE ^ YSYT EM

          Vice Presicent for the Community Coiiege System

          boail,  .M.  S-ani.-y,  Vlice  Presi;.ent  'or  the Comnunity
               Coilige  Syst m.,  after  35 consecutive  ye rs of
               servic , 'effective 2/1/81.



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     SUPPORT UNITS

          Vice President for Business Affairs

          Davis, Charles J., Disabied, after 16.5 consecutive
               years of service, effective 2/28/81.
          Day, Oliue E., Disabled, after 17.5 consecutive years of
               service, effective 4/30/81.
          Gates,  Herbert,  Supervisor,  Physicai  Plant Division,
               after 15 consecutive years of service, effective
               2/1/1.

G.   Early Retirements

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Coliege of Education

          Brauer, Johnye M., Administrative Secretary, after 15.5
               consecutive years of service, effective 3/31/S1.

     SUPPORT UNITS

          Vice President for Business Affairs

          McDowell, James E., Supervisor, Physical Piant Division,
               after 28.5 consecutive years of service, effective
               4/1/81.

H.   Post-Retirement Appointment

     COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

          Henderson Community College

          Carrico,  Sister  Angela  M., Associate Professor in the
               Community College System, 1/1/11 thorough /30/81.

I.   Dr. Ben W. Carr, Jr. be appointed Assistant Vicc President for
          the Community Coilege System, effective February 15, 1081.

3.   The Chairman of the Board be authoriZed to execute ( contract
          with the President providing for his employment through
          June 2C, 1C27.



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    K.   Dr. Michael A. Baer, Professor (with tenure), Department of
              Political Science and Martin Graduate Center for Public
              Administration, and currently chairman of the Department
              of Poiitical Science, be appointed Dean of the College
              of Arts and Sciences, effective July 1, 1981.

                        ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION


The following appointments and/or staff changes are submitted for information.

    L.   Academic Appointments

         DIVISION OF COLLEGES

              Coilege of Agriculture

              Aten, Lyie, Instructor (part-time), Horticulture and
                   Landscape Architecture, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
              Burkholder,    David    M.,    Instructor    (part-time),
                   Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, 1/1/81
                   through 5/31/81.
              Zorner, Paul S., Assistant Professor, Agronomy, 1/1/81
                   through 6/30/82.

              College of Arts and Sciences

              Carroil, Janelie L., Instructor (part-time), Computer
                   Science, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
              Crinean, Captain James C., Assistant Professor, Military
                   Science, effective 3/81.
              Morris,   Jennifer,   Instructor  (part-time),  Computer
                   Science, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
              Paulsen, John R., Instructor (part-time), Psychology,
                   1/1/81 through 5/15/81.
              Sabritt, David J., Instructor (part-time), Sociology,
                    1/1/81 through 5/21/31.
              Sparks, Jerry, Instructor (part-time), Sociology, 1/1/81
                   through 5/31/81.

              Coiiege of Business and Economics

              Broadus,   James   M.,   Visiting  Assistant  Professor,
                   Economics, 1/1/S1 through V/30/81.
              Dubinsky,   Alan   J.,   Assistant  Professor,  Business
                   Administration, C/11/1 through 1/3C/62.
              Gardner, hiiiiam B., Instructor (part-time), Economics,
                    1/!/81 through 5/15/81.



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Coiiege of Education

Price,   Linda   M.,   Instructor  (part-time),  Special
     Education, 1/1/81 through 2/28/81.
Wall, Bobby R., Jr., Instructor (part-time), Health,
     Physical Education and Recreation, 1/1/81 through
     5/31/81.
Watson, John J., Instructor (part-time), Educational
     Psychology and Counseling, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.



College of Engineering

Cheeks,    Richard,    Instructor    (part-time),
     Engineering, 1/1/81 through 6/3C/81.
Gorman,   C.   Thomas,   Instructor   (part-time),
     Engineering, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.



civil

civil



    College of Fine Arts

    Us, Waiter, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Art, 1/1/81
          through 5/31/81.

    College of Home Economics

    Stigers,   Anne  M.,  Clinical  Instructor   (part-time),
          Nutrition/Food Science, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.

MEDICAL CENTER

     Coiiege of Allied Health Professions

     Hauser,   Connie,   Clinical   Instructor    (voluntary),
          Physical Therapy, 12/20/80 through 6/30/81.
     Rebhoiz,   Marie,   Clinical    Instructor   (voluntary),
          Physical Therapy, 11/7/80 through 6/30/81.
     Vaught,   Kathleen,   Clinical  Instructor   (voluntary),
          Physicai Therapy, 11/13/80 through 5/30/01.

     Coiiege of Medicine



Bunneli,   Thomas
     (voluntary),
     6/30/81.
Duvali,   Victor
     (voluntary),
     5/30/82.



Hays,



E.,   Assistant  Clinicai  Professor
Community Medicine, 1/1/81 through

F.,   Assistant   Clinical  Professor
Family   Practice,   1/1/81   through



    David    J.,   Assistant   Clinicai
(voluntary), Family Practice, 1/1/31
6/30/82.



Professor
  through



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     Mills, Harry F., Jr., Assistant Clinical Professor
          (voluntary), Community Medicine, 1/1/81 through
          6/30/81.
     Mitchell, Bonnie L., Assistant Professor, Pathology,
          1/1/81 through 6/30/82.
     Nichols,   Charles   G.,  Assistant Clinical   Professor
          (voluntary),  Family   Practice,    1/1/81   through
          6/30/82.
     Thomas,   Laurie   R.,   Assistant    Clinical  Professor
          (voluntary),  Community  Medicine,   1/1/81  through
          6/30/81.
     Thompson,  Robert  B.,  Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
          Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1/1/81 through 6/30/82.
     Uirich,   Dennis   A.,   Assistant    Clinical  Professor
          (voluntary),  Family   Practice,    1/1/81   through
          6/30/82.
     Venkataraman, Tirunelveit V., Clinicai Instructor (part-
          time), Medicine, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.
     Williams,   Earl   B.,    Assistant   Clinicai  Professor
          (voluntary), Community Medicine, 1/1/81 through
          6/30/81.

     Coiiege of Nursing

     Jacobsen,   Mariiyn-Lu,  Assistant  Research  Professor,
          11/1/80 through 7/31/81.
     Poe, Deirdre, Clinicai Instructor (voluntary), 12/1/80
          through 6/30/81.

     Coiiege of Pharmacy

     Clark, Wiliiam E., Clinicai Instructor (voluntary),
          11/1/80 through 6/30/81.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

     Jefferson Community Coiiege

     Caihoun, Diane M., Instructor in the Community Coiiege
          System, 1/1/81 through 1/30/81.
     DeStaphanis,   Augustus,  Instructor   in  the  Community
          Coilege System, 1/1/31 through 6/30/81.
     Fenimore, Patricia R., Instructor in the Community
          Coliege System, 1/1/81 through '/2O/81.
     Harkins, Linda   D., Instructor in the Community Coliege
          System, 1/1/81 through G/30/81.
     Head, Juanita, Instructor in the Community Coliege
          System, 1/1/81 through 5/3C/81.



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Savelis, Calvin H., Jr., Instructor in the Community
     College System, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.
Simmons, James G., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 1/1/81 through 6/3C/81.

Lexington Technical Institute

Davis, Sharon, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 12/1/80 through 6/30/81.
Owen, Elizabeth L., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.
Sewell, Marilyn, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 12/1/80 through 6/30/81.
Thompson, Suzanne, Assistant Professor in the Community
     College System, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.



Madisonvijie Community Coijege

Brown, Judith H., Librarian IV in the
     System, 1/12/81 through 5/30/81.

Somerset Community College

Eaton,  Kenneth  A., Instructor in the
     System (voluntary) (part-time),
     5/31/81.
Humble, Trecia, Instructor in the
     System (voluntary) (part-time),
     5/31/81.
Leis, Charolette, Instructor in the
     System (voluntary) (part-tine),
     5/31/81.
Nichols, Janet L., Instructor in the
     System, 1/15/81 through 5/31/81.
Powell,  Nancy,  Instructor  in  the
     System  (voluntary)  (part-time),
     5/31/81.
Sears, Carolyn, Instructor in the
     System  (voluntary)  (part-time),
     5/31/81.
Shepherd, Susan, Instructor in the
     System (voluntary) (part-time),
     5/31/81.
Singleton, Debbie, Instructor in the
     System (voluntary), (part-time),
     5/3 1/8 1.
Wilson,  Gabriel A., Instructor in the
     System  (voluntary)  (part-tine),
     5/31/81.



Community College



Community
12/1/80

Community
12/1/80

Community
12/1/80

Community

Community
1 2/1/80

Community
  12/1/8C

Community
  12/1/ / 30

Community
  12/1/80

Community
  12/1/20



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Col ege
through

College
through

College
through

College

College
through

College
through

College
through

College
through

College
through




 






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          Wright, Bob, Instructor in the Community College System
               (voluntary) (part-time), 12/1/80 through 5/31/81.

          Southeast Community College

          Cloud, Harriet G., Instructor in the Community College
               System, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.
          Selwyn, Laurie, Librarian IV in the Community College
               System, 1/1/81 through 6/30/81.

M.   Administrative Appointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Arts and Sciences

          Daniel,   E. R.,   Associate  Professor  (with tenure),
               History, named Acting Chairman, History, 1/1/81
               through 6/30/81.

          College of Business and Economics

          Harvey, Curtis E., Associate Professor (with tenure),
               Economics, named Acting Associate Dean, College of
               Business and Economics, 1/1/81 through 5/30/81.
          Madden, John L., Associate Professor (with tenure),
               Economics, named Director of the Center for Labor
               Education and Research, effective 1/1/81.

     MEDICAL CENTER

          Coiiege of Medicine

          Hu, Alfred S. L., Professor (with tenure), Biochemistry,
               named Vice Chairman, Biochemistry, 1/1/81 through
               8/31/81.

N.   Non-Acadenic Appointments

     DIVISION OF CCLLEGES

          Coiiage of Business and Economics

          Andrews,   David   M.,  from Management   Specialist  I,
               Business  and  Economics/Research,  to   Management
               Specialist II, Business and Economics/Research,
               effective 1/1/81. (Promotion).



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          Institute of Mining and Minerals Research

          Maui!, Chester B., from Personnel Manager II, Business
               Affairs/Personnei Division (Wage and Salary), to
               Personnel Officer, Institute of Mining and Minerais
               Research/Academic Affairs, effective 12/15/80.

    MEDICAL CENTER

          University Hospital

          Young, Larry D., Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist,
               effective 9/29/80

     SUPPORT UNITS

          Vice President for Administration

          Kirk,     Raymond     A.,     from     Senior    Systems
               Analyst/Programmer,  Computing Center,    to   Lead
               Systems  Analyst/Programmer,   Computing   Center,
               effective 12/1/80.
          Vice President for Business Affairs

          Combs, Deibert D., Engineer IV, Communications Services
               Department, Business Services, effective 11/17/80.
          Miller, Thomas E., Personnel Manager II, Personnel,
               effective 12/8/80.

0.   Joint Appointments

     MEDICAL CENTER

          College of Allied Health Professions

          Lambert, Judine, Instructor, Allied Health Education and
               Research, joint appointment as Instructor, Allied
               Heaith   Education  and  Research  and  Instructor,
               Dental Hygiene, 2/1/81 through G/3C/81.

          Coliege of Medicine

          Glover, Michael W., Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
               Obstetrics and  Gynecology,  joint  appointment  as
               Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Obstetrics and
               Gynecology and Clinical Instructor (voluntary)
               Community Medicine, 12/1/79 through r/3C/92.



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         Coiiege of Pharmacy

         Montagne,    Michael,    Assistant    Professor,   joint
               appointment as Assistant Professor, Pharmacy, and
               Assistant   Professor   Department   of Behaviorai
               Science,  College of Medicine,     2/1/81   through
               6/30/81.

P.   Reappointments

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          College of Arts and Sciences

          Alien, Timothy W., Visiting Instructor (part-time),
               Philosophy, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
          Burkhead,  John  D.,  Visiting  Instructor  (part-time),
               Sociology, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
          Fletcher,  Jennifer L., Visiting Instructor (part-time),
               Philosophy, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
          Glick,  Rochelle  C.,  Visiting  Instructor (part-time),
               Psychology, 1/1/81 through 5/15/81.
          Howard,   Leonard  R.,  Visiting  Lecturer  (part-tine),
               Political Science, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
          O'Connor, Jerry R., Visiting Instructor, Physics and
               Astronomoy, 1/1/81 through 5/30/81.
          Raiph,   Donald  E.,  Visiting  Instructor  (part-time),
               Psychology, 12/1/80 through 4/30/81.
          Sensenig,   John,   Visiting   Instructor   (part-time),
               Psychology, 1/1/81 through 5/15/81.
          Sugarman,   Roger,   Visiting   Instructor  (part-tine),
               Psychology, 1/1/81 through 5/15/81.
          VanTassel,   Carol,   Visiting  Instructor   (part-time),
               Sociology, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.



College of Business and Economics

Barker, Stephen L., Instructor (part-tine), Business
     Administration, 1/1/81 through 5/15/81.

College of Education



Gast,   Kathy   B.,   Instructor    (part-tine),
     Education, 1/1/31 through 2/28/81.



Special



Coliege of Engineering

Brandon,    Fred,   Visiting   Instructor    (part-time),
     Engineering Mechanics, 1/1/el through 4/3G/ 1.



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         Easley,    Dan,    Visiting    Instructor   (part-time),
              Engineering Mechanics, 1/1/81 through 4/30/81.
         House, Barry, Instructor (part-time), Civii Engineering,
               1/1/81 through 5/15/81.
         Mayes,   Jesse   G.,  Visiting  Instructor  (part-time),
               Engineering Mechanics, 1/1/81 through 4/30/81.

         Coilege of Fine Arts

         Dunn, Jon R. J., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Art,
               1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
         Ferguson, Kathleen, Visiting Assistant Professor, Art,
               1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
         Henton, Martha K., Visiting Instructor (part-time), Art,
               1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
         McFarland,  Terry, Visiting Instructor (part-time), Art,
               1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
         Tower,  Ann  P.,  Visiting  Instructor (part-time), Art,
               1/1/81 through 5/31/81.
         Zwierlein,  Thomas  P., Visiting Instructor (part-time),
               Art, 1/1/81 through 5/31/81.

         Coliege of Library Science

         Shier,   Elizabeth   M.,  Instructor   (part-time),1/l/l
               through 5/31/81.

    MEDICAL CENTER

         Coilege of Allied Heaith Professions

         Peck,   Patsy   M.,   Clinical  Instructor   (voluntary),
               Physical Therapy, 7/1/80 through G/30/81.

          College of Medicine

          Glover, Michael W., Clinical Instructor (voluntary),
               Obstetrics and Gynecology, 7/1/79 through 11/30/79.

Q.   Promotions (without tenure)

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Coilege of Arts and Sciences

          Dickens, David, from Instructor, Sociology, to Assistant
               Professor, Sociology, 12/12/SC through '/3C/J'1.



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College of Business and Economics

Boyett, Arthur S., from Instructor,
     Assistant Professor, Accounting,
     6/30/81.



Accounting, to
11/1/80 through



          College of Home Economics

          Little,   Linda  F.,  from  Instructor  (part-time),  to
               Assistant Professor, Family Studies, 1/1/81 through
               6/30/81.

          Undergraduate Studies

          Jones, Mary S., from Instructor, Honors Program, to
               Assistant Professor, Honors Program, 1/1/81 through
               6/30/81.

R.   Change

     DIVISION OF COLLEGES

          Coiiege of Arts and Sciences



Flynn, David S., from Visiting
     Physics  and  Astronomy,  to
     Physics and Astronomy, 8/1/80



Assistant Professor,
Assistant Professor,
through 6/30/81.



     College of Social Work

     Brodrick, Mead A., from Visiting Instructor (full-time),
          to Visiting Instructor (part-time), 1/1/81 through
          2/28/81.

MEDICAL CENTER

     Coliege of Nursing



Moiler,   Jiil   S.,  from   Instructor
     Ciinicai Instructor (voluntary),
     6/30/81.



(part-time),  to
1/1/81  through



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     COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

          Somerset Community College

          Dawson,   Arthur Wayne, Instructor    in  the  Community