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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, June 14, 1994.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 4:00 p.m.
(Lexington time) on Tuesday, June 14, 1994 in the Board Room on the 18th
floor of Patterson Office Tower.

       A.    Meeting Opened

       Governor Edward T. Breathitt, Chairperson, called the meeting to order
at 4:00 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Lance Dowdy.

       B.    Roll Ca11

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call of
the roll: Governor Edward T. Breathitt, (Chairperson), Mrs. Kay Shropshire
Bell, Mr. Paul Chellgren, Mr. Lance Dowdy, Mr. James Hardymon, Mr. Henry
Jackson, Professor Loys Mather, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Dr. Elissa
Plattner, Mr. C. Frank Shoop, Mrs. Marian Moore Sims, Professor John
Sistarenik, Jr., Mr. William B. Sturgill, Mr. Daniel C. Ulmer, Jr., Mrs. Lois
C. Weinberg, Mr. Martin Welenken and Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson. Absent from the
meeting were Mr. Robert Clay, Professor Deborah Powell and Judge Henry R.
WilhoitA, Jr.  The University administration was represented by President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Ben W. Carr,
Jr., and Robert E. Hemenway; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch, Edward A.
Carter, Donald B. Clapp, Delwood Collins and Eugene Williams; Dr. Juanita
Fleming, Special Assistant for Academic Affairs, and Mr. Paul Van Booven,
Associate General Counsel.

       Members of the general public and the news media were also in
attendance. A quorum being present, Governor Breathitt declared the meeting
officially open for the conduct of business at 4:03 p.m.

       C.    Approval of Minutes

       Governor Breathitt stated that the Minutes of the May 3, 1994 meeting
had been distributed and entertained a motion of approval. On motion made by
Mr. Shoop, seconded by Mr. Chellgren and carried, the Minutes were approved.

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

       President Wethington called attention to the following items in PR 1:

       1.    UK has received "Research University I" status in rankings by
             the Carnegie Foundation again, making it one of only 59 public
             universities in the nation so designated and the only one in
             Kentucky.

       2.    Paducah Community College has received a $4 million gift toward
             a facility to house engineering programs with UK. The gift,
             from donors who wish to remain anonymous, is one of the largest
             private donations ever given to a community college.




 





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       3.    Former UK President Otis A. Singletary and his wife, Gloria, are
             establishing an endowment for the Singletary Center for the
             Arts. The University will match the $50,000 contribution by the
             Singletarys. The fund will be used to accommodate special needs
             of the Singletary Center for the Arts.

       4.    UK will begin offering federal direct student loans in 1995
             under a new program approved by the U.S. Department of Education.

       5.    The Thomas D. Clark Foundation, named for the noted Kentucky
             historian and retired UK history professor, has launched a
             five-year drive to raise a $3 million endowment to support the
             University Press of Kentucky's publication of Kentucky books.

       6.    The 1994 Children's Miracle Network Telethon, benefitting the UK
             Children's Hospital, raised $501,608 in contributions.

       President Wethington asked the Trustees to read the other items in the
report at their leisure.

       E.    Operating Budget Comments

       President Wethington said that the Board would normally be considering
the 1994-95 Operating Budget at this meeting, but due to the lack of final
action in the General Assembly, an Operating Budget for next year could not
be presented. He explained that an Operating Budget could not be prepared
until the Senate and House pass a budget and Governor Brereton Jones signs
it. He said that he anticipated that the budget would be approved in the
next few days and announced that the Executive Committee would meet at 11:00
a.m. on Saturday, June 18, 1994 in the Board Room on the 18th floor of
Patterson Office Tower, providing the budget is approved prior to June 18.
He noted that this announcement of the Executive Committee meeting is an
official notification to the public and media.

       F.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       President Wethington recommended that the appointments, actions and/or
other staff changes which require Board action; and the report relative to
appointments and/or changes already approved by the administration be
accepted. Professor Mather moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mrs.
Bell passed. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       G.    Reappointment to University of Kentucky Research Foundation
Board of Directors (PR 3A)

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
reappointment of Mr. Ralph G. Anderson to the Board of Directors of the
University of Kentucky Research Foundation for a three-year term beginning
July 1, 1994. Mr. Chellgren moved approval. Mi. Ulmer seconded the motion
and it carried.  (See PR 3A at the end oi' the Minutes.)




 





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       H.    Dissolution of Institute (PR 3B)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board approve the dissolution
of the Institute for Mining and Minerals Research (IMMR) effective June 30,
1994. He noted that this recommendation is a part of the ongoing
reorganization and restructuring process within the University. He said that
the current IMMR staff would be transferred to the Kentucky Water Resources
Research Institute effective July 1, 1994. Mr. Sturgill moved approval. His
motion, seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, passed. (See PR 3B at the end of the
Minutes.)

       I.    Student Health Fee - Prestonsburg Community College (PR 4A)

       President Wethington said that PR 4A is a proposal that the Board
approve a mandatory student health fee of $82.50 per semester for full-time
students enrolled at Prestonsburg Community College beginning with the
establishment of the Student Health Clinic in either the fall semester of 1994
or the spring semester of 1995. He asked Chancellor Carr to comment on the
proposal.

       Chancellor Carr reported that this is essentially the same fee that is
paid in Lexington by University System students, and the services available
will be comparable to those at the University Health Service in Lexington. He
said the Student Health Clinic Advisory Committee that was appointed by
President Deborah Floyd in the fall of 1993 had worked very hard to get the
proposal to this stage. The Prestonsburg faculty, staff, students and
Advisory Board and the local physicians and hospital have been very supportive
of this effort. The Chandler Medical Center has been involved through
Chancellor Bosomworth, the College of Medicine and the University Health
Service. He added that this is a pilot site for the Community College System
and that everyone involved would like to see such a health clinic at other
community colleges. He expressed appreciation to Chancellor Bosomworth, Dr.
Emery Wilson, Dr. David Cowen, Dr. Spence Turner, the physicians at
Prestonsburg and many others who worked to make this a reality.

       Chancellor Bosomworth said that it had been a pleasure to have been
associated with this project. He praised President Floyd for her enthusiastic
support, encouragement, and strong focus on health and wellness. He said that
through the use of new technology, including telemedicine, an attempt will be
made to replicate the program as quickly as possible in the rest of the
Community College System.

       President Wethington pointed out that this project is an excellent
example of everyone working together to get things done in the University.
With the endorsement of Chancellors Carr and Bosomworth, he recommended
approval of PR 4A.

       Mr. Sturgill said that this is a very innovative thought and
complimented President Floyd for putting the project together. He moved
approval of PR 4A. His motion, seconded by Mrs. Sims, passed. (See PR 4A at
the end of the Minutes.)

       President Wethington recognized President Floyd and others in the
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       J.    Recognition of Senate Council Chairpersons

       President Wethington recognized the outgoing Chairperson of the Senate
Council, Professor Dan Fulks and asked him to introduce Professor Raymond Cox,
Senate Council Chairperson for 1994-95.

       Dr. Fulks said that it had been an honor and privilege to serve as
Chairperson of the Senate Council, and noted that this is an important role on
campus for a variety of reasons. He said that it had been a pleasure working
with President Wethington and complimented the President for his communication
and spirit of cooperation with the faculty.

       He expressed pleasure in introducing Professor Raymond Cox who has been
a member of the faculty in the Department of Mathematics for over 30 years.
He mentioned the variety of roles he has served on campus and said that
Professor Cox has been recognized as a leader among faculty for a long time.
Professor Cox was asked to stand and be recognized, following which he
received a round of applause.

       President Wethington thanked Professor Fulks for his dedicated service
and said that he looked forward to working with Professor Cox.

       K.    Amendment of the Communitv College Code of Student Conduct (PR 4B)

       President Wethington reviewed the background information in PR 4B and
recommended that the Board approve the revisions of the Community College
Code of Student Conduct. Mr. Shoop so moved. His motion, seconded by
Professor Sistarenik passed. (See PR 4B at the end of the Minutes.)

       L.    Appointment to Advisory Board - Lexington Communitv College
(PR 4CI

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointment of Mr. Michael N. DaPrile to the Advisory Board of Lexington
Community College for a four-year term ending June 30, 1998. He noted that
Mr. DaPrile is Vice President of Toyota Manufacturing, USA, Inc. Mr. Shoop
moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mrs. Sims, carried. (See PR 4C at
the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    Associate Degree Program in the Community College System -
Jefferson Communijt CoQpllege (PR 4D)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board authorize for
submission to the Council on Higher Education a new degree program,
Associate Degree in Applied Science, Occupational Therapist Assistant, for
the Jefferson Community College. Mrs. Weinberg moved approval. Professor
Sistarenik seconded the motion and it carried. (See PR 4D at the end of the
Minutes.)




 








       N.    Appointment of Dean of the College of Human Environmental
Sciences (PR 5A)

       President Wethington recommended that Dr. Retia Scott Walker be
appointed as Professor with tenure, Department of Family Studies, and named
Dean of the College of Human Environmental Sciences, effective August 1,
1994.  He asked Chancellor Hemenway to comment on the recommendation.

       Chancellor Hemenway reported the results of the search process to
appoint a new Dean to replace Dr. Peggy Meszaros who resigned last spring.
He said that Dr. Raymond Forgue had served very ably as Acting Dean during
1994-94. He reviewed the credentials of Dr. Walker and expressed pleasure
in recommending that she be named Dean of the College of Human Environmental
Sciences.

       On motion made by Mr. Ulmer, seconded by Professor Mather and passed,
Dr. Retia Scott Walker was unanimously approved as Dean of the College of
Human Environmental Sciences. Dr. Walker was asked to stand and be
recognized. following which she received a round of applause.

       0.    Agreement Between University of Kentucky and Kentucky Medical
Services Foundation (PR 6A)

       President Wethington said that PR 6A is the annual agreement between
the University of Kentucky and Kentucky Medical Services Foundation, Inc.
(KMSF).  He asked Dr. Clapp to comment on the agreement.

       Dr. Clapp reviewed the background information and explained that
under the provisions of the plan the institution is to contract each year
with an agency to manage the billing and collection of fees from the
practice plan. KMSF was the entity selected in 1978 to serve the purpose of
the billing and collection agency for the practice plan, and they have
continued in that role. He said that this is the basic contract with some
minor revisions.

       President Wethington recommended approval of PR 6A.    The motion, made
by Mr. Sturgill and seconded by Mr. Dowdy, carried. (See PR 6A at the end
of the Minutes.)

       P.    Strategic Plan Progress Report - June 1994

       President Wethington called attention to the Strategic Plan Progress
Report. Through a series of slides, he reviewed the strategic indicators
that were set in March 1993. He noted that this report reflects the first
year findings regarding the strategic indicators. He said that the report
reflects the priorities of the University but in no way reflects all of the
University's accomplishments during the past year. He said that each
significant administrative and academic unit had done its own annual
assessment and acted upon its indicators. He reported that this summation
had the active involvement of the chancellors and vice presidents. He asked
that the report be made a matter of record. President Wethington encouraged
the Board to read the report and let him know if he or his staff needed to
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       Governor Breathitt said that this report is a part of the Board's
evaluation process of the University's administration and President
Wethington's stewardship. He thanked President Wethington for giving this
report to the Board.

       Q.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Ten Months Ended April 30. 1994 (FOR 1)

       Mr. Hardymon, Chairperson of the Finance Committee, reported that the
Finance Committee met at 3:00 p.m. and considered fourteen items to present
to the Board. He said FCR 1 is the interim financial report. He reviewed
the realized income, expenditures and commitments which were on track. He
recommended approval of FCR 1.   Mr. Chellgren seconded the motion and it
passed. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       R.    Disposal of Personal Property (FCR 2)

       On motion made by Mr. Hardymon, seconded by Mr. Shoop and passed, the
Board approved the disposition of surplus equipment as described in Exhibit
I. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       S.    Report of Leases (FCR 3)

       Mr. Hardymon reported that the leases in FCR 3 do not exceed $30,000
in value. He noted that all of the leases were renewals with the exception
of one lease, and he reviewed the terms of the new lease. He recommended
approval of FCR 3. The motion, seconded by Mr. Chellgren, carried. (See
FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    Approval of Leases (FCR 4)

       Mr. Hardymon reported that the leases in FCR 4 exceed $30,000 in
value and must be approved by the Board. He mentioned that all of the
leases were for renewal with the exception of the last two leases that
involved an addenda to leases. He reviewed the addenda to those leases and
recommended approval. Mr. Welenken seconded the motion and it passed. (See
FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

       U.    Approval of Amendments to University Section 125 Plan (FQR5)

       Mr. Hardymon reviewed the amendments to the University Section 125
Plan and recommended approval of FCR 5.    His motion, seconded by Mr.
Chellgren, passed. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)

       V.    Operating Budget for 1994-95 (FOR 6) - Withdrawn

       W.    Eatent Assignment (FCR 7)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board authorize the President to execute
an assignment on behalf of the Board to the University of Kentucky Research
Foundation the following Letters Patent of the United States and the
invention represented thereby: Philip W. Landfield, Serial No. 08/091,976,
filed July 15, 1993. Mr. Sturgill seconded the motion and it carried. (See
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       X.    Larry and Patricia Holman Gift (FCR 8)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a contribution of $200,000
from Larry and Patricia Holman to the College of Business and Economics for
general support of the College of Business and Economics. He noted that Mr.
and Mrs. Holman are former employees of the College of Business and
Economics and are owners of a Lexington-based company. Mr. Shoop seconded
the motion and it passed. (See FCR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Y.    George and Susan Proskauer Gift (FCR 9)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept the bequest of the late
George and Susan Proskauer of various works of art preliminarily valued at
$1,750,870. Mr. Chellgren seconded the motion and it carried. (See FCR 9
at the end of the Minutes.)

       Z.    College Foundation. Inc. Gift (FCR 10)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a gift of $130,000 from the
College Foundation, Inc., Henderson, Kentucky. He explained that the gift
is to ensure the completion of the Fine Arts Center at Henderson Community
College. His motion, seconded by Mrs. Weinberg, passed. (See FCR 10 at the
end of the Minutes.)

       AA.   Texas Gas Transmission Corporation Pledge (FOR 11)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a pledge of $100,000 from
Texas Gas Transmission Corporation in Owensboro, Kentucky, to the Owensboro
Community College. He informed the Board that this is part of the College's
Partners in Progress Campaign. A check in the amount of $25,000 was given
to the College on December 22, 1993, and Texas Gas plans to pay the
remaining pledge of $75,000 in $15,000 installments for a total of
$100,000. Professor Sistarenik seconded the motion and it carried. (See
FCR 11 at the end of the Minutes.)

       BB.   Establishment of the Scholarship and Talent Grant
Quasi-Endowment (FCR 12)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board authorize the creation of a fund to
be entitled the Scholarship and Talent Grant Quasi-Endowment for Ashland
Community College. This is an endowment where the initial funds of $23,275
will establish the base. Additional funds for this quasi-endowment may come
from unrestricted gifts, grants, interest earnings on private funds, and any
special appropriation for such purpose. His motion, seconded by Mrs.
Weinberg, passed. (See FCR 12 at the end of the minutes.)

       CC.   Establishment of Endowed Professorship Honoring Peter P.
Bosomworth. M.D. (tQR 13)

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FCR 13 is an endowed professorship honoring
Dr. Peter Bosomworth who is resigning as Chancellor of the Albert B.
Chandler Medical Center. He reported that the endowed professorship started
with a $100,000 donation from the University Hospital and $100,000 from
Kentucky Medical Services Foundation. Additional funds are expected from
private donors. On motion made by Mr. Hardymon, seconded by Mr. Jackson,
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       President Wethington reminded the Board that this is Dr. Bosomworth's
last meeting as chancellor of the Chandler Medical Center.  He expressed his
appreciation to Dr. Bosomworth for all that he has done in his
administrative capacity and in his faculty capacity at the University of
Kentucky. He praised Dr. Bosomworth for his excellent administrative
service and for the role he has played in the growth and development of the
Chandler Medical Center. He thanked Dr. Bosomworth for all that he has done
and will continue to do for the University.

       Governor Breathitt said that he had watched Dr. Bosomworth's
contributions to the growth of the Medical Center since 1962 and gave praise
for his outstanding leadership.

       DD.   Grant of Mortgage to EDA on Southern Kentucky Rural Economic
Development Center. Somerset. Kentucky (FCR 14)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the President or his designee be authorized
to execute a mortgage to the United States Department of Commerce, Economic
Development Administration, on property comprising the site of the Southern
Kentucky Rural Economic Development Center at Somerset, Kentucky, to secure
a grant in the amount of $2,000,000. He reviewed the background information
and said that this is a necessary Board action. His motion, seconded by
Mrs. Plattner, carried. (See FCR 14 at the end of the Minutes.)

       EE.   Report from Investment Committee

       Mr. Wilcoxson, Chairperson of the Investment Committee, informed the
Board that the Investment Committee had met to review investment policies.
The Committee will make a recommendation to the Board at the August 16
meeting to rescind the policy prohibiting the investment of funds in any
United States corporation or bank doing business in the Republic of South
Africa. He reminded the members of the December, 1985 Board action which
established a policy to prohibit the investment of any funds of the
University in companies or banks doing business in South Africa. He
reported that the conditions in South Africa have changed dramatically, and
the Committee believes the Board should take necessary action to rescind the
policy.

       Governor Breathitt said that, in his opinion, the new government of
South Africa deserves the University's encouragement. The people of South
Africa have made a great step forward, and the new president and leadership
should be given solid support.

       Mr. Wilcoxson agreed and reported that in 1986 there were 166
corporations in the Standard & Poor 500 which represented 52Z of the Index's
capitalization doing business in South Africa, compared to 53 corporations
which represents 15% of the Index's capitalization in 1993. He noted that
the University would be following the trend of other companies and
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       FF.   Remarks by Lance Dowdy

       Mr. Dowdy expressed concern about the University administration's
decision to discontinue the acceptance of credit cards for tuition and
housing and dining payments. Following a discussion, Mr. Sturgill moved
that this issue be an agenda item at the June 18 Executive Committee
meeting. The motion carried. Mr. Dowdy indicated that he would not be able
to attend the June 18 meeting; however, he would have someone there to
represent him.

       GG.   Mr. Lance Dowdy Recognized

       Governor Breathitt noted that this is Mr. Dowdy's last Board
meeting. He expressed appreciation to Mr. Dowdy for his service on the
Board and faithful representation of the views of students.

       HH.   Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting
adjourned at 5:53 p.m.

                                        Respectfully submitted,


                                        Lois C. Weinberg
                                        Secretary
                                        Board of Trustees

(PR's 2, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 5A, and 6A, and FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6 (Withdrawn), 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 which follow are official
parts of the Minutes of the meeting.)

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                                                 Office of the President
                                                 June 14, 1994









Members, Board of Trustees:


                           PERSONNEL ACTIONS

RecQMendtion:    that approval be given to the attached appointments,
actions and/or other staff changes which require Board action; and
that the report relative to appointments and/or changes already
approved by the administration be accepted.

Ba*ckgronA:  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 the President's 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. These items of report follow the recommendations requiring
Board approval.



Action taken:  Approved

Date: June 14. 1994



Disapproved _        Other



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                            CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



I.        BOARD ACTION

         A. JOINT APPOINTMENT

                  Martin School of Public Policy and Administration

                  Berger, Philip K., Professor (with tenure), Martin
                      School of Public Policy and Administration, joint
                      appointment as Professor (without tenure),
                      Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health,
                      effective 6/l/94.

          B. PROMOTIONS

                  Graduate Center for Toxicology

                  Jones, Davy, from Associate Professor (with tenure),
                      Graduate Center for Toxicology, to Professor (with
                      tenure), Graduate Center for Toxicology, effective
                      7/1/94.

                  Libraries

                  Bowling, Lewis P., from Librarian III to Librarian II,
                       (with tenure), Music Library, effective 7/1/94.

                  Brown, Judith M., froQ Librarian III to Librarian II, (with
                       tenure), Circulation Department, King Library, effective
                       7/1/94.

                  Burch, Susan G., fromn Librarian III IQ Librarian II, (with
                       tenure), Law Library, effective 7/1/94.

                  Hecker, Thomas E., fkrom Librarian III to Librarian II, (with
                       tenure), Reference Department, King Library, effective
                       7/1/94.

                  Hogg, Gordon E., frQg Librarian III to Librarian II, (with
                       tenure), Cataloging Department, King Library, effective
                       7/1/94.

                  Johnson, Margaret D., f-Im Librarian III to Librarian II,
                       (with tenure), Chemistry/Physics Library, effective
                       7/1/94.

                   Jones, Reinette F., from Librarian III JU Librarian II,
                       (with tenure), Communications Reading Room, effective
                       7/1/94.

                   Savage, Stephen M., frQm Librarian III to Librarian II,
                       (with tenure), Periodicals/Newspapers/Microtext
                       Department, effective 7/1/94.




 






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C. LEAVE OF ABSENCE

        Martin School of Public Administration

        Toma, Genia, Professor (with tenure), Martin School of
            Public Administration, Sabbatical leave with half
            salary, Fall Semester 1994 and Spring Semester 1995.

D. RETIREMENTS

        Emplovee Benefits

        Logston, Kenneth, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
            after 39.0 consecutive years of service, under
            AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 7/31/94.

        Schneiter, Frances, Disabled Faculty, Employee Benefits,
            after 26.75 consecutive years of service, under
            AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 9/30/94.

        Whitney, Jean, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
            after 15.0 consecutive years of service, under
            AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 7/31/94.

E. EARLY RETIREMENT

        Center of Membrane Sciences

        Jones, Lydia A., Staff Assistant IX, Center of Membrane
            Sciences, after 7.5 consecutive years of service,
            under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective
            6/30/94.

        Controller and Treasurer

        Latham, Mary F., Account Clerk V, Accounts Payable,
            after 15.0 consecutive years of service under
            AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective 6/10/94.

F. PST-RETIREMENT APPOINTMENTS

        Council on Aging

        Johnson, Bernard, Instructor (part-time), Sanders-Brown
            Center on Aging, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

        Graduate School

        Hennessy, James V., Site Coordinator/Director
             for the Extended-Campus Graduate Program at Paducah
             (part-time), 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

        Kentucky Geological Survey

        Noger, Martin C., Geologist VII (part-time), Kentucky
             Geological Survey, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.




 





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                 Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies

                 McDonald, James Y., Special Assistant to the Vice
                     President for Intellectual Properties and Indirect Cost
                     Activities (part-time), 7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

II.      ADiMINISTRATIVE ACTION

         A.  ACADEMIC APPOINTENTS

                 Libraries

                 Spears, Charles Andrew, Librarian IV, Associate
                     Director of Libraries for Integrated Learning
                     Technologies, effective 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

         B. REAPPOINTMENTS

                 Libraries

                 Buckland, Gillian M., Librarian III, Reference Department,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Burgett, James E., Librarian IV, Collection Development
                      Department, M.I. King Library; joint appointment as
                      Assistant Professor, Surgery, College of Medicine,
                      7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Cantagallo, Carla A., Librarian III, Business and Economics
                      Information Center, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Hatfield, Deborah S., Librarian III, Lexmark Technical
                      Library, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Hickner, Paula L.* Librarian III, Cataloging Department
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Livingston, Shawn D., Librarian IV, Reference Department,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Miller, Joseph B., Librarian IV, Library Science,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Molinaro, Mary H., Librarian III, Computing Labs,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Rogers, Kandace S., Librarian IV, Government Publications,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Ryder, Rebecca J., Librarian IV, Preservation Department,
                      7/l/94 through 6/30/95.



Vaughn, Sarah C., Librarian III, Extension, 7/1/94 through
    6/30/95.




 






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                  Whayne, Laura L., Librarian III, Kentucky Transportation
                      Center Library, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

                  Wilson, Patricia S., Librarian III, Agriculture Library,
                      7/1/94 through 6/30/95.


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                           COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.    BOARD ACTION

     A.    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                  Transfer from Hopkinsville Community College
                  to Elizabethtown Community College

                  Dean, Lesa Kim, Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), 7/l/94.

                  Hopkinsville Community College

                  Weill, Larry, Associate Professor in the Community College
                        System (with tenure), 7/1/94.

     B.    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                  Ashland Community College

                  Brewer, Janetta F., Professor in the Community College
                        System (with tenure), appointed Chair, Division