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      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky, Tuesday, October 22, 1991.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00
p.m. (Lexington time) on Tuesday, October 22, 1991 in the Board Room
on the 18th floor of Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington Campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Roll Call

       Mr. Foster Ockerman, Chairman, called the meeting to order at
1:00 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Professor Judith
Rhoads.

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the
call of the roll: Mr. Foster Ockerman, (Chairman), Mrs. Kay
Shropshire Bell, Professor Raymond F. Betts, Professor Carolyn S.
Bratt, Mr. William E. Burnett, Jr., Mr. Scott A. Crosbie, Dr. Jack D.
Foster, Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes, Professor Judith Rhoads, Mr. James L.
Rose, Mr. C. Frank Shoop, Mrs. Marian Moore Sims, Judge Robert F.
Stephens, and Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson. Absent from the meeting were
Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Mr. William B. Sturgill., Mr. Daniel C.
Ulmer, Jr. and Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr. The University
administration was represented by President Charles T. Wethington,
Jr.; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Robert E. Hemenway, and Ben
Carr, Jr.; Vice Presidents Joseph T. Burch, Edward A. Carter, Donald
B. Clapp, Linda J. Magid and Eugene Williams; Dr. Juanita Fleming,
Special Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs; Mr. C. M.
Newton; and Mr. John C. Darsie, General Counsel.

       Members of the news media were also in attendance. A quorum
being present, the Chairman declared the meeting officially open for
the conduct of business at 1:00 p.m.

       B.   Minutes Approved

       Mr. Ockerman stated that the Minutes of the September 17, 1991
meeting had been distributed and asked for corrections or additions.
The Minutes were approved as circulated.

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

       President Wethington reviewed some of the items in PR 1,
calling particular attention to the following:

       1.   Lexington businessman and University of Kentucky alumnus
             W. T. Young announced a contribution of $5 million to the
             Library Campaign. This is the largest gift ever to the
             University by an alumnus.

       2.   There are now University of Kentucky Fellows, persons who
             contribute $10,000 or more to the University, in each of
             the 48 contiguous states. The 260 new Fellows were
             honored at the annual dinner on October 18, bringing the
             number of Fellows to more than 2,800.




 





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       3.   A $2 million contract has been awarded to two
             researchers, Ram Murty and Anwar Hussain, in the College
             of Pharmacy by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

       4.   The Hughes Display Products Corporation's new facility on
             the Coldstream Research Park campus was dedicated October
             10. This is the first building constructed on the campus.

       5.   During its first nine months of operation, 1,525
             children, representing 16 public schools, were examined
             in the UK College of Dentistry Mobile Dental Facility.

       6.   Homecoming offers a weekend of activities on the
             University's Lexington Campus November 1-3.

       7.   The UK Office of Minority Affairs will celebrate its 20th
             anniversary during Homecoming with the inauguration of
             the new Lyman T. Johnson Alumni Association, an affiliate
             of the UK Alumni Association.

       8.    Of 625 graduates of the Community College System
             Associate Degree Nursing Program, 583 wrote the National
             Council Licensure Examination as first-time writers in
             July 1991. This represents 94% of the graduates and is
             an excellent performance.

       President Wethington asked that the members peruse the other
items in the report at their leisure.

       D.    Budget Reduction

       President Wethington stated that the Governor had announced a
revised revenue estimate for 1991-92 adjusting the state's revenue
downward by $155 million. Of that total, $85 million has been
allocated to the various agencies and entities of state government
with the exception of elementary and secondary education. The
remainder of the budget cut will come from existing resources within
the executive branch.

       He reported that $31.6 million of the $85 million has been
allocated to higher education, and the various colleges and
universities, including the community colleges, will share in the
cut. This represents approximately 5% of the state appropriation for
colleges and universities, excluding debt service and the hospital
contract with the University of Louisville. The University will take
its share of the cut during the present fiscal year 1991-92 on a
non-recurring basis and will build it into the budget on a recurring
basis beginning July 1, 1992.

       President Wethington said that this is a serious budget cut and
reviewed the steps being taken to manage it, noting an immediate
hiring freeze for non-faculty positions. A budget reduction plan for
the University will be presented to the Board at its December meeting,
following the state Council on Higher Education's November 4 meeting.




 





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       E.   Neighborhood Associations

       President Wethington reported that he and Dr. Clapp had met
with the presidents of the six neighborhood associations to begin to
explore areas of mutual cooperation and areas of mutual concern. He
said that it was a good meeting and the communication lines are open.
The next meeting will be held in January, 1992.

       F.    Report on Kentucky Education Reform Act.

       President Wethington asked Chancellor Hemenway and Dr. Merle
Hackbart to report on the University's assistance in implementing the
Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA).

       Dr. Hemenway stated that the University System, the Community
College System and the Medical Center would be contributing to the
implementation of KERA. It is critical that the University's
assistance be a university-wide activity; therefore, he appointed Dr.
Merle Hackbart as a Special Assistant to the Chancellor to lead and
coordinate the total University effort. With Dr. Hackbart's
background in Finance and Public Administration and in state
government, he seemed the logical choice for the position. He asked
Dr. Hackbart to report to the Board on the University's efforts in
support of KERA.

       Dr. Hackbart provided background information on KERA and
addressed some of the initiatives that the University is undertaking.
Through a series of slides, he focused on the following categories and
cited specific examples:

       Higher Education Action Plan for KERA Assistance
       Goals of the University for KERA Assistance
       University's KERA Support Efforts
       Charge to the Task Force
       Fiscal Plan for KERA Support
       Higher Education and School Reform - SHEEO Recommendations
       Key Elements of Education Reform in Kentucky

In conclusion, he reported that there is a lot of excitement, interest
and support throughout the University. He said that he is pleased to
have the challenge and is also pleased with the very fine efforts that
are underway.

       G.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments, actions and/or staff changes which require Board action;
and that the report relative to appointments and/or changes already
approved by the administration be accepted. Professor Rhoads so
moved. Her motion was seconded by Professor Betts and passed. (See
PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       H.    Approval of Charter of Organization for Ashland Community
College Development Council (PR 4A)

       President Wethington stated that PR 4A reflects the wish of
Ashland Community College to formally set up an organization to advise
and assist in activities which encourage private gifts from alumni,
students, friends, corporations and foundations. He, therefore,
recommended that the Board approve a proposed Charter of Organization
for the Ashland Community College Development Council. The motion,
which was made by Judge Stephens and seconded by Professor Betts,
passed. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.   Associate Degree Program in the Community College System
- Ashland Community College (PR 4B)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board of Trustees
authorize for submission to the Council on Higher Education a new
degree program Associate Degree in Applied Science, Engineering
Technology, Computer Repair Option, for the Ashland Community
College. He noted that this program will be funded from existing
resources. Mrs. Sims so moved. The motion, seconded by Mr. Crosbie,
carried. (See PR 4B at the end of the Minutes.)

       J.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University
of Kentucky for the Three Months Ended September 30. 1991 (FCR 1)

       Mr. Ockerman, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that
the revenue and expenditures were on track and recommended approval of
FCR 1. Mr. Shoop so moved. His motion was seconded by Mrs. Hayes and
passed. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       K.    Disposal of Personal Property (FCR 2)

       With the concurrence of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
recommended that the Board approve the disposition of surplus
equipment as described in Exhibit 1. Dr. Foster so moved. The
motion, seconded by Mrs. Bell, carried. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       L.    Acceptance of the Financial Statements of the Universitv
of Kentucky and Affiliated Corporationsaand Other Related
Organizations for the Year Ended June 30, 1991 (FCR 3)

       On recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
entertained a motion that the Board accept the audited financial
statements of the University of Kentucky, including the Management
Letter and a Report on Compliance with House Bill 622, and separate
financial statements for the Housing and Dining System, the Tobacco
and Health Research Institute, and the University Hospital, for the
year ended June 30, 1991. Professor Rhoads so moved. Her motion was
seconded by Mr. Rose and passed. (See FCR 3 at the end of the
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      M.    Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky Accepting the Successful Bid for the Purchase of $9.755.000
Principal Amount of University of Kentucky Consolidated Educational
Buildings Revenue Bonds. Series M. Dated October 1. 1991 (FCR 4)

       Thereupon, a motion was made by Mr. Rose and seconded by Mr. Burnett
that the Resolution, which was presented to and accepted by the Finance
Committee, be adopted.

                   (Resolution attached to these Minutes)

       The motion passed. Thereupon, the Chairman declared that the motion
had carried and that the Resolution had been passed and adopted.

       N.    Capital Construction Report (FCR 5)

       With the Finance Committee so recommending, Mr. Ockerman entertained
a motion that the capital construction report for the three months ending
September 30, 1991 be accepted. Mr. Rose so moved. The motion, seconded by
Mr. Shoop, passed. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)

       0.   Approval of Lease (FCR 6)

       Mr. Ockerman reported that the lease between the University of
Kentucky College of Agriculture and the Quicksand Volunteer Fire Department,
Inc. had been submitted to the Board at an earlier meeting; however, the
four-year option for extension of the original 15-year term was
inadvertently omitted from the lease. Therefore, it is presented again for
the Board's approval. On motion made by Mrs. Sims, seconded by Mr. Crosbie
and carried, the Board approved the lease in FCR 6. (See FCR 6 at the end
of the Minutes.)

       P.   Approval of Lease (FCR 7)

       With the recommendation of the Finance Committee, Mr. Ockerman
recommended that the Vice President for Administration be authorized to
enter into a lease between Southeast Community College and First State Bank
of Pineville. Mr. Wilcoxson so moved. His motion, seconded by Professor
Rhoads, carried. (See FCR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Q.    Report of Leases (FCR 8)

       On motion made by Mr. Burnett, seconded by Dr. Foster and passed, the
Board accepted the Report of Leases in FCR 8. (See FCR 8 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       R.   Acceptance of Gift from the Estate of Mr. John M. Rachal (FCR 9)

       Mr. Ockerman expressed pleasure in announcing two gifts to the
University. He recommended that the Board accept the gift from the estate
of Mr. John M. Rachal. The total value of the estate is $397,688.46 in
trust for a residual request designated for the College of Engineering
without restriction as to use. Mr. Shoop so moved. The motion was seconded
by Professor Betts and carried. (See FCR 9 at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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       S.    Acceptance of Gift from Jean Cameron Whitfield (FCR 10)

       Mr. Ockerman recommended that the Board accept a gift of $100,000
from Jean Cameron Whitfield and authorize the creation of an endowed fund
entitled the Edward Clarke Whitfield Memorial Scholarship Fund. The
creation of the endowed fund is to benefit students from Harlan County who
desire to attend the University of Kentucky. The motion, which was made by
Professor Bratt and seconded by Mrs. Sims, was voted on and passed. (See
FCR 10 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    Report of Investments (ICR 1)

       Mr. Wilcoxson, Chairman of the Investment Committee, reported that
the Report of Investments had been reviewed and discussed by the Committee.
He moved that the Report of Changes in Investments for the University of
Kentucky and its affiliated corporations for the three months ended
September 30, 1991 be accepted. His motion was seconded by Mr. Shoop and
carried. (See ICR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       U.    Chief Justice Robert F. Stephens Recognized

       Mr. Ockerman reported that Chief Justice Stephens was reappointed to
the Board of Trustees. He thanked him for his past efforts and stated that
he looked forward to renewed contributions in the future.

       V.    Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairman adjourned the meeting at 1:48 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       Edythe Jones Hayes
                                       Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

(PR's 2, 4A, and 4B; FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, and ICR 1
which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the meeting.)



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                                                 Office of the President
                                                 October 22, 1991









Members, Board of Trustees:


                           PERSONNEL ACTIONS

Recommendation: 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.

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

Date: Qctober 22. 1991



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                            CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION


I.   BOARD ACTION

    A. RETIREMENT

               Publishing Services

               Root, Winifred, Machine Operator III, Duplicating
                    Services, Publishing Services Division, after 15
                    consecutive years of service, under AR II-1.6-1
                    Section III.B, effective 11/8/91.

     B.   EARLY RETIREMENT

               Martin School of Public Administration

               Strong, William R., Director, NASA Technology
                    Applications Center, after 17 consecutive
                    years of service, under Section III.A.2
                    AR II-1.6.1, effective 10/31/91.

     C.   POST-RETIREMENT APPOINTMENTS

               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),
                         7/1/91 through 6/30/92.

               Universitv Libraries

               McDowell, Agnes, Temporary Librarian, Agriculture
                    Library, effective 11/1/91 through 6/30/92.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

     A.   REAPPOINTMENT

               Graduate Center for Biomedical Engineering



Mahony, Cheryl, Assistant Research Professor
     (part-time), Center for Biomedical
     Engineering, 7/1/91 through 6/30/92.




 






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     B.   PROMOTION

               Vice President for Information Systems

                    Akridge, Peggy M., from Sr. Scientific Analyst Programer,
                         Academic Computing Systems, to Computer
                         Systems Manager V, Microcomputer Labs,
                         effective 9/9/91.

                    Shelton, Pamela, from Budget Analyst, Vice
                         President's Office, to Administrative Staff
                         Officer IV, Vice President's Office, effective
                         10/1/91.


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                       COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.   BOARD ACTION

     A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Owensboro Community College

               McGuire, John M., Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), effective 10/23/91.

               Prestonsburg Community College

               Floyd, Deborah L., Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), effective 10/23/91.

     B.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

               Lexington Community College

               McLaughlin, Mary J., Associate Professor in the
                    Community College System (with tenure), appointed
                    chairman, Division of Biological Sciences and
                    Health Technologies, 8/15/91 through 6/30/94.

II.  ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

     A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Ashland Community College

               Bradford, Gary P., Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System, 9/1/91 through 6/30/92.
               Schmidt, James C., Assistant Professor in the Community
                     College System, 8/26/91 through 6/30/92.

               Elizabethtown Community College

               Morse, Nancy, Instructor in the Community College
                     System (voluntary), 9/1/91 through 12/31/91.

               Hazard Community College

               Delpont, Donna L., Assistant Professor in the Community
                     College System, 9/1/91 through 12/31/91.



McCollum, Donna N., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 9/1/91 through 12/31/93.



Jefferson Community College




 






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Lexington Community College

Coffman, Wes, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Denison, John F., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Lasheen, David, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Lee, Janet F., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Moosnick, Les, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Moseley, Kent C., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Mullins, Dee A., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 6/24/91 through 6/30/93.
Neuman, Douglas M., Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Rubeling, Richard R., Instructor in the Community
     College System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through
     6/30/94.
Stigers, Lee Anne, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/28/91 through 6/30/94.
Suter, Lori E., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/28/91 through 12/31/91.

Madisonville Community College

Bryant, Bobby G., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/27/91 through 6/30/92.

Prestonsburg Community College

Martin, Karen L., Instructor in the Community College
     System, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.

Somerset Community College

Donohoo, Paul, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.
Ford, Tonnie, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.
Hazel, Mary Jo, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.
Kidwell, Lillian, Instructor in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.
Owens, Dinah, Instructor in the Community College
     System, 9/24/91 through 5/31/92.
Robinson, Cindy, Instructor in the Comnunity College
     System (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.
Smothers, Jan, Instructor in the Community College
     System. (voluntary), 10/1/91 through 10/1/93.




 






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          Southeast Community College

          Duncan, Laura R., Instructor in the Community College
               System, 8/26/91 through 6/30/92.

B.  ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

          Somerset Community College

          Phillips, Stewart G., CC Business & Industry Liaison,
               effective 9/3/91.

C.   REAPPOINTMENTS

          Elizabethtown Community College

          Tharpe, Donna R., Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/91 through 5/31/92.

          Jefferson Community College

          Russman, Amy P., Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/1/91 through 5/31/93.

D.   PROMOTIONS WITHOUT TENURE

          Elizabethtown Community College

          Key, Wanda W., from Instructor in the Community College
               System, to Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, 7/1/91 through 6/30/92.

E.   LEAVES OF ABSENCE

          Elizabethtown Community College

          Buckles, A. Dale, Associate Professor in the Community
               College System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at
               full salary for the 1992 spring semester.

          Henderson Community College

          Bishop, Fern G., Associate Professor in the Community
               College System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at
               full salary for the 1992 spring semester.




 





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                            LEXINGTON CAMPUS

I.        BOARD ACTION

         A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                  College of Agriculture

                  Pelkki, Matthew H., Assistant Professor, Forestry,
                      9/5/91 through 6/30/92.

                  College of Arts and Sciences

                  Huang, Chi, Visiting Associate Professor, Political
                      Science, 8/16/91 through 5/15/92.

                  College of Education

                  Scollay, Susan J., Adjunct Associate Professor,
                      Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, 8/16/91
                      through 12/31/91.

         B. PROMOTIONS

                  QIllege of Fine Arts

                  Gray, Harold Ross Jr., from Associate Professor*
                      (with tenure), Music, to Professor* (with tenure),
                      Music, effective 7/1/91.
                  Sogin, David W., from Assistant Professor (without
                      tenure), Music, to Associate Professor (with
                      tenure), Music, effective 7/1/91.

         C. RETIREMENTS

                  Vice Chancellor for Administration

                  Taylor, Gerald, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits and
                      Risk Management, after 25 consecutive years of
                      service, under Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1,
                      effective 11/30/91.

          D. EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Collee- f Agriculture

                  Howell, Dorothy E., EFNEP Assistant, Area Extension
                      Programs, after 22 consecutive years of service,
                      under Section III.A of AR I1-1.6-1, effective
                      9/30/91.



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                 Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

                 Huffman, Emma Jean, Administrative Assistant, Dean of
                     Students Office, after 30.5 consecutive years of
                     service, under Section III.A of AR II-1.6-1,
                     effective 1/10/92.

         E. POST-RETIREMENT APPOINTMENTS

                 College of Agriculture

                 Allen, Steve, Consultant (part-time), Agricultural
                      Economics, 10/1/91 through 1/15/92.

                  College of Engineering

                  Crewe, George F., Associate Professor, Chemical
                      Engineering, 8/16/91 through 6/30/92.

                  College of Social Work

                  Holmquist, Chester A., Associate Professor, 7/1/91
                      through 6/30/92.

I I .    ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

         A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                  College of Agriculture

                  Arnold, Mark C., Instructor (part-time), Horticulture
                      and Landscape Architecture, 9/1/91 through 12/31/91.
                  Barrett, Anthony L., Instructor (part-time),
                      Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, 9/1/91
                      through 12/31/91.
                  McIlwain, Morgan, Instructor (part-time), Horticulture
                      and Landscape Architecture, 9/1/91 through 12/31/91.
                  Sedlacek, John D., Adjunct Assistant Professor,
                      Entomology, 9/1/91 through 6/30/92.
                  Weston, Paul A., Adjunct Assistant Professor,
                      Entomology, 8/15/91 through 6/30/92.

                  College of Arts aud Sciences

                  Allen, John W., Instructor (part-time), French, 8/16/91
                      through 12/31/91.
                  Altizer, Anna L., Instructor (part-time), Sociology,
                      8/16/9t through 12/31/91.
                  Barbour, A. Kathleen, Instructor (part-time), English,
                      8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
                  Beyers, Christopher, Instructor (part-time), English,
                      8/16/91 through 12/31/91.



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Blair, Timothy L., Instructor (part-time). Chemistry,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Bogale, Hailu R., Instructor (part-time), Mathematics,
    8/16/91 through 12131/91.
Bowen, John Terrance, Instructor (part-time),
    Geography, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Bradshaw, Denny, Assistant Professor (temporary),
    Philosophy, 8/16/91 through 5/15/92.
Clark, Stephen, Instructor (part-time), Statistics,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Colnot, Ruth Gragg, Instructor (part-time), French,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Cooley, Paul D., Instructor (part-time), Mathematics,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Crocker, Lina, Instructor (part-time), Spanish and
    Italian, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Deo, Shripad D., Instructor (part-time), Sociology,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Gao, Jingwei, Instructor (part-time), Russian and
    Eastern Studies, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Hersey, Ruth, Instructor (part-time), French, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Kaiser, David, Instructor (part-time), English, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Keller, Teresa, Instructor (part-time), English, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Kincaid, Laura D., Instructor (part-time), French,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Kirkman, Deborah L., Instructor (part-time), English,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Klusewitz, Madeline Ann, Instructor (part-time),
    Statistics, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Oliveras, Rossnilda, Instructor (part-time), Spanish and
    Italian, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Otis, Melanie Darlene, Instructor (part-time),
    Sociology, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Presnell, Barbara, Instructor (part-time), English,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Ramanathan, Sabathra, Instructor (part-time),
    Statistics, 8/16/91 through 5/15/92.
Roccanova, Janet L., Instructor (part-time),
    Philosophy, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Tadlock, Barry, Instructor (part-time), Political
    Science, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Wilson, Gary L., Instructor (part-time), Biological
    Sciences, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Witt, Betsy, Instructor (part-time), French, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Zahniser, Ann H., Instructor (part-time), English,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Zhong, Zianhua, Instructor (part-time), Statistics,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.



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College of Communications

Crosby, Marilee J., Instructor (part-time),
    Communication, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Daugherty, Deborah A., Instructor (part-time),
    Communication, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Jones, Robin L., Instructor (part-time), Journalism,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Prather, Paul D., Instructor (part-time), Journalism,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Swigert, Regina Francies, Instructor (part-time),
    Communication, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.

College of Education

Bartosh, Ann, Instructor (part-time), Curriculum and
    Instruction, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Lyons, Albert Wallace, Instructor (part-time),
    Educational and Counseling Psychology, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Reed, Helen M., Instructor (part-time), Curriculum and
    Instruction, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Reilly, Linda, Instructor (part-time), Curriculum and
    Instruction, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Trosper, Ernest M., Instructor (part-time), Curriculum
    and Instruction, 8/16/91 through 12/31/91.

College of Engineering

Sethuraman, Anantha R., Adjunct Assistant Professor,
    Materials Science and Engineering, 8/16/91 through
    12/31/91.

College of Fine Arts

Ashby, Dale, Instructor (part-time), Music, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.
Elliott, William E., Instructor* (part-time), Music,
    8/16/91 through 12/31/91.
Karp, Margie B., Instructor (part-time), Music, 8/16/91
    through 12/31/91.

College of Law

Connelly, Allison I., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
    through 2/29/92.
Connolly, Margaret M., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
    through 2/29/92.
Cowen, Theodore E., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
    through 2/29/92.
Crittenden, Roger L., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
     through 2/29/92.



*Special Title Series




 






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        Durant, Susan S., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
            through 2/29/92.
        Elliott, Robert L., Associate Professor (part-time),
            8/26/91 through 12/21/91.
        Garmer, William R., Associate Professor (part-time),
            8/26/91 through 12/21/91.
        Gilbert, Theresa C., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
            through 2/29/92.
        Hamblin, Pierce W., Associate Professor (part-time),
            8/26/91 through 12/21/91.
        Hoffmann. Susan J., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
            through 2/29/92.
        Humphreys, Gene L., Instructor (part-time), 10/1/91
            th