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      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, December 11, 1990.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 4:00
p.m. (Lexington time) on Tuesday, December 11, 1990 in the Board Room on
the 18th floor of Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington campus.

       A.    Meeting Opened and Roll Called

       Mr. Foster Ockerman, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 4:02
p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mr. Ted Bates.

       The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the call
of the roll:

       Mr. Foster Ockerman (Chairman), Mr. Ted B. Bates, Professor
Raymond F. Betts, Professor Carolyn S. Bratt, Mr. William E. Burnett,
Jr., Governor Albert B. Chandler, Mr. Tracy Farmer, Senator Walter D.
Huddleston, Mr. Sean Lohman, Dr. Robert P. Meriwether, Mr. Foster
Ockerman, Professor Judith Rhoads, Mr. James L. Rose, Judge Robert F.
Stephens, Mr. Jerome A. Stricker, Judge Julia K. Tackett, Mr. Daniel C.
Ulmer, Jr., Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson, and Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr.
Absent from the meeting were Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes and Mr. William B.
Sturgill. The University administration was represented by President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr.; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth and Robert E.
Hemenway, Jr.; Acting Chancellor Ben W. Carr, Jr.; Vice Presidents Edward
A. Carter and Eugene Williams, Acting Vice President Leonard K. Peters;
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 4:05 p.m.

       B.   Minutes Approved

       Mr. Ockerman stated that the Minutes of the October 23, 1990 Board
of Trustees meeting had been distributed and asked for corrections or
additions. The Minutes were approved as distributed.

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

       President Wethington reviewed the following items in PR 1:

       1.   The number of new UK Fellows for one year nearly doubled the
             past year, rising from 254 to 465.

       2.    Kentucky's rural health initiative was officially launched
             at a November 8 news conference in Hazard. Governor Wallace
             Wilkinson and other state officials were in attendance.

       3.    Twelve of the world's leading equine research scientists
             have been inducted into the Equine Research Hall of Fame at
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       4.    Private gifts to the community colleges through September,
             1990 topped $1,000,000.00.

       5.    Kentucky River Coal Corporation announced that it will give
             $250,000 to the endowment phase of the campaign for Hazard
             Community College. The gift is designated for the
             scholarship program.

       After elaborating on each of the items, President Wethington asked
that the Board review the other significant items in the report at their
leisure.

       D.    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Self-study

       President Wethington noted that every ten years the University of
Kentucky and other institutions take a comprehensive look at themselves
to chart some direction for the future. The University recently started
this broad, comprehensive process which involves the administration,
faculty, students, and the Board of Trustees. The first action to be
presented to the Board will be the mission statement for the University
with recommended modifications by the Self-study Steering Committee.
President Wethington introduced Dr. James Hoagland, chairperson of the
Self-study Steering Committee, and Dr. David Nash, vice chairperson of
the Self-study Steering Committee, and asked them to brief the Board on
the Self-study Steering Committee.

       Dr. Hoagland reviewed the important aspects of the self-study
accreditation exercise and stated that the accreditation exercise through
the institutional self-study provides an opportunity for people at the
University to take a good, critical look at the institution. The primary
purpose of the University System Self-study is to improve the
effectiveness of the institution in fulfilling its mission and to provide
professional judgments of the quality of the programs. He stated the
following objectives of the self-study:

       1.    Evaluate the effectiveness of the University in fulfilling
             its mission as the Commonwealth's principal institution for
             instruction, research and public service.

       2.    Promote awareness within the University of its potential for
             leadership in the state, nation, and the world.

       3.    Identify the University's strengths and weaknesses and
              improve the quality of personnel, programs and services.

       4.    Support the University's efforts in its strategic planning.

       5.    Obtain reaffirmation of accreditation with the Southern
             Association of Colleges and Schools.

       He said that everyone involved in the self-study is mindful of the
importance of reaffirmation of accreditation and the process provides an
important opportunity for the University and its continuing development.




 





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       Dr. Nash reported on the responsibilities and make up of the
Self-study Steering Committee and stated that it provides the focus for
the activities of the faculty, staff and students in accomplishing the
important, significant task. He reviewed the schedule for the self-study
and stated that the committee's goal is not only to gain reaffirmation
but also to build on the strengths and weaknesses of the University so
that it can become a better institution in the future. He noted that
previous self studies have had a major influence on important
developments at the University and said that he is confident that this
self-study will also have a constructive impact on the future of the
University.

       President Wethington emphasized the importance of this sizable
undertaking and commented on the enormous amount of effort and time
involved in the task. He said that the self-study needs to be taken
seriously and everyone at the University is committed to doing the task
well and thoroughly, and in a fashion that will lead to improvement of
the University. He assured the Board that the administration will take
these matters seriously as they plan for the University's future.

       E.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       On motion made by Mr. Burnett, seconded by Mr. Stricker and
passed, approval was given to the routine personnel actions set forth in
PR 2. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       President Wethington noted for the record the retirement of Dr.
Otis A. Singletary, President Emeritus, Professor of History and holder
of the Otis A. Singletary Professorship in the Humanities, effective
December 31, 1990. He stated that Dr. Singletary will continue to hold
the title of President Emeritus and will continue to have an office on
campus.

       F.    Proposed Amendments to the Governing Regulations (PR 3A)

       President Wethington reported that PR 3A had been withdrawn.

       G.    Report on Results of Alumni Members' Elections (PR 3B)

       President Wethington stated that Mr. Ted B. Bates' and Judge Julia
K. Tackett's terms expire December 31, 1990, and PR 3B reports the
results of the recent alumni elections.    He reported the three persons
from each ballot receiving the highest number of votes were:

       Ballot  No. 1                    Ballot  No. 2

       Ted B. Bates                     Julia Kurtz Tackett
       Lynwood Schrader                 Joe B. Hall
       Marian Moore Sims                Kay Shropshire Bell

He noted that both Mr. Bates and Judge Tackett are eligible for
reelection. He then recommended that the report be received and put to
record, and the Assistant Secretary, in the absence of the Secretary, be
authorized to certify to the Governor the names of the persons receiving




 





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the largest number of votes, from which list successors will be
appointed. It was the consensus of the Board to approved PR 3B. (See PR
3B at the end of the Minutes.)

       H.    Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 4A)

       Mr. Bates moved that the degrees specified in PR 4A be awarded to
the persons named, upon certification that the requirements for those
degrees have been satisfactorily completed. The motion, seconded by Dr.
Meriwether, carried. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.   Appointment of President. Paducah Community College (PR 4B)

       President Wethington called upon Acting Chancellor Ben Carr to
comment on PR 4B.

       Dr. Carr indicated his pleasure in recommending the appointment of
Dr. Leonard F. O'Hara for the presidency of Paducah Community College,
effective February 1, 1991. He briefly reviewed Dr. O'Hara's credentials
and stated that Dr. O'Hara will make an excellent president for the
college.

       On motion made by Mr. Wilcoxson, seconded by Mr. Stricker and
passed, Dr. O'Hara was named President of Paducah Community College.
(See PR 4B at the end of the Minutes.)

       Professor Bratt stated that there are no women as presidents of
the community colleges and inquired as to whether or not there will be an
attempt to address the issue. She noted that more than 55% of the
faculty of the community colleges are female, a pool much larger than
that for research institutions.

       Dr. Carr assured Professor Bratt that the issue would be addressed
in the two searches currently underway.

       J.    Candidates for Degrees - University System (PR 5A)

       Professor Bratt moved that the President be authorized to confer
upon each individual whose name appears on the attached lists the degree
to which he or she is entitled upon certification by the University
Registrar that the individual has satisfactorily completed all
requirements for the degree for which application has been made and as
approved by the University Senate. Her motion was seconded by Mr. Bates
and unanimously carried. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       K.    Acceptance of Interim Financial Report for the University of
Kentucky for the Four Months Ended October 31. l99Q (FCR 1)

       Mr. Ockerman reported that the Finance Committee had met and
recommends that the Board accept the interim financial report. Mr.
Burnett so moved. The motion was seconded by Mr. Rose and passed. (See
FCR l at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       L.   Disposal of Personal Property (FCR 2)

       Mr. Ockerman recommended that the Board approve the routine report
on the Disposition of Personal Property. Mr. Stricker so moved. The
motion, seconded by Judge Tackett, passed. (See FCR 2 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       M.    Report on Leases (FOR 3)

       Mr. Ockerman reminded the Board that the President has the
authority to approve leases which are under $30,000 and recommended that
the Board accept FCR 3. Professor Rhoads so moved. Her motion was
seconded by Mr. Burnett and carried. (See FCR 3 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       N.    1990-91 Budget Revisions (FOR 4)

       Mr. Ockerman stated that FCR 4 pertains to budget revisions and
entertained a motion for approval. Mr. Wilcoxson moved that the 1990-91
budget revisions be approved. Mr. Farmer seconded the motion, and it
carried. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

       0.    Professorships in Various Colleges

       Mr. Ockerman reported that FCR 5 through FCR 12 relate to
professorships in various colleges. He stated that he would review all
of the professorships and take one motion if that was agreeable to the
Board. The members concurred and Mr. Ockerman reviewed the following
professorships:

       Deloitte-Touche Professorship of Accountancy (FCR 5)
       The Warren W. Rosenthal Professorship in Marketing (FCR 6)
       Carl F. Pollard Professorship of Health Economics (FCR 7)
       Philip Morris Professorship in Business (FCR 8)
       The Clark Material Professorship of International Business (FCR 9)
       Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs Professorship of Law (FCR 10)
       Wendell H. Ford Professorship of Law (FCR 11)
       Ashland Oil Professor of Law (FCR 12)

       On motion made by Professor Bratt, seconded by Judge Stephens and
carried, FCR's 5 through 12 were approved.  (See FCR's 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
11, and 12 at the end of the Minutes.)

       P.    Patent Assignments

       Mr. Ockerman reported that FCR 13 through 16 are patent
assignments and, likewise, he will take one vote after reviewing the
assignments. The members concurred, and Mr. Ockerman reviewed the patent
assignments. On motion made by Mr. Ulmer and seconded by Mr. Lohman, the
patent assignments were approved. (See FCR's 13, 14, 15, and 16 at the
end of the Minutes.)




 






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       Q.    Student Volunteer Activities

       Mr. Ockerman expressed thanks and appreciation to Mr. Lohman and
the students involved in the recent volunteer projects that had been
generated throughout the campus.

       U.    University System Senate Reception

       President Wethington reminded the members of the University System
holiday reception immediately following the meeting at the Helen King
Alumni House and encouraged the Board to attend.

       Professor Bratt stated that representatives from the various
colleges and departments would be in attendance and endorsed President
Wethington's encouragement to the Board to attend the reception.

       R.    Dinner at Maxwell Place

       President Wethington reminded the Board of their invitation to
dinner at Maxwell Place and expressed pleasure in entertaining the
members at Maxwell Place.

       S.    Meeting Adiourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
Chairman adjourned the meeting at 4:45 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       John C. Darsie
                                       Assistant Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

/6694

(PR's 2, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, and 5A, and FCR's, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16 which follow are official parts of the
Minutes of the Meeting.)




 









                                                Office of the President
                                                December 11, 1990










Members, Board of Trustees:


                          PERSONNEL ACTIONS

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

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

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












Action taken:  Approved    J      Disapproved           Other

Date: December 11. 1990



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                        CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION




I.   BOARD ACTION

          A. RETIR3ENDT

                Office of the President

                Singletary, Otis A., President Emeritus, Professor,
                   Department of History, and holder of the Otis A.
                   Singletary Professorship in the Humanities,
                   after 21.5 consecutive years of service, under
                   AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective December 31,
                   1990.


                Controller and Treasurer

                House, Taylor N., Sr. Accountant, after 23
                   consecutive years of service, under
                   AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.1, effective
                   December 31, 1990.

                 Internal Audit

                 Wassom, Frank K., Staff Auditor II, after
                    25.5 consecutive years of service, under
                    AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective
                    December 31, 1990.

II.  ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

           A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

                 Office of Development

                 Barfield, John A., Development Assistant II,
                    effective October 8, 1990.



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                      COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.  BOARD ACTION

    A.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

              Owensboro Community College

              Lake, Patrick, Associate Professor in the Community
                   College System (with tenure) and President,
                   Henderson Community College, appointed Acting
                   President, 11/1/90.

    B.  PROMOTIONS

              Jefferson Community College

              Booth, Beverly M., from Assistant Professor in the
                    Community College System, to Associate Professor
                    in the Cormmunity College System (with tenure),
                    7/1/90.

    C.  RETIREMENTS

               Ashland Community College

               Edwards, George J., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), following 32 consecutive
                    years of service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.
                    B), effective 12/31/90.
               Hughes, Henry J., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), following 21.5 consecutive
                    years of service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.
                    B), effective 12/31/90.

               Elizabethtown Community College

               Owen, James S., Associate Proressor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), following 27.5
                    consecutive years of service (under AR II-1.6-1
                    Section III.B), effective 12/31/90.

               Henderson Community College

               Gardner, Mildred J., Community College Store
                    Supervisor, following 24 consecutive years of
                    service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B),
                    effective 12/31/90.

               Jefferson Community College

               Roberts, Anna M., Office Assistant III in the Community
                    College System, following 23 consecutive years of
                    service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B),
                    effective 12/28/90.




 






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              Somerset Community College

              Orwin, Donald F., Professor in the Community College
                   System (with tenure), following 24.5 consecutive
                   years of service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.
                   B), effective 12/31/90.
              Sumner, Delmos, Assistant Buildings and Grounds
                    Supervisor, following 23.5 consecutive years of
                    service (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B),
                    effective 12/28/90.


II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Jefferson Community College

               Ash, Daniel W., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 1/1/91 through 6/30/91.
               Bowling, Leigh, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary, 8/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Coates, Paula, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Dupee, Kenneth, Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 10/29/90 through 6/30/91.
               Ford, Vicki, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Gabbert, Sonya, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Hout, Lisa, Instructor in the Community College System
                    (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Kelly, Maureen, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Kenney, Cheryl, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 8/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               McNeill, Marilyn, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 5/31/91.
               Mendieta, Jose M., Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Rouben, Leanne, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 8/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Schramm, Brenda, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 8/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Snook, Randall, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Sublett, James, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
               Valdez, Estela, Instructor in the Community College
                    System (voluntary), 8/1/90 through 7/31/92.




 






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         Madisonville Community College

         West, A. Elizabeth, Instructor in the Community College
               System, 10/8/90 through 6/30/91.

          Somerset Community College

          Huddleston, David, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/1/90 through 8/1/92.

B.   REAPPOINTMENTS

          Jefferson Community College

          Algren, John, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Basham, Morris, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Beatty, Bryan, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Bizot, David, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Butcher, Barry M., Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Cook, Cathy, Instructor in the Community College
            - System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Cornelius, Michael F., Instructor in the Community
               College System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through
               7/31/92.
          Covault, Michael, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Hamlyn, Jon, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Huff, Lila, Instructor in the Community College System
               (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Kimura, Zorre, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Lammers, Suzanne M., Instructor in the Community
               College System, 11/1/90 through 6/30/91.
          Lloyd, John A., Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Lombardo, Rick, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Miller, Don, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Norris, Gayle, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 5/31j91.
          O'Brien, John, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Roberts, John, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
          Stewart, Cathy, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.




 





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         Thornsberry, Karen, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.
         Tobias, Angelita, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 9/1/90 through 7/31/92.

          Somerset Community College

          Brumback, Michael, Instructor in the Comimunity College
               System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through 8/20/92.
          Burdine, Jana, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through 8/20/92.
          Floyd, Linda S., Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through 8/20/92.
          Jones, Betsey, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through 8/20/92.
          Sexton, Jennifer, Instructor in the Community College
               System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through 8/20/92.
          Taylor-Jones, Belinda, Instructor in the Community
               College System (voluntary), 8/20/90 through
               8/20/92.

C.   LEAVES OF ABSENCE

          Elizabethtown Community College

          Edmondson, Mauhee, Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, military leave without pay,
               10/16/90 through 12/13/90.

          Hazard Community College

          Crowe, Richard G., Professor in the Community College
               System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at full
               salary for the 1991 Spring Semester.
          Good, Janet M., Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, sick leave with pay, 5/7/90
               through 5/30/90 and 8/1/90 through 11/30/90.

          Prestonsburg Community College

          Milon, Theresa A., Associate Professor in the Community
               College System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at
               one-half salary for the 1991-92 academic year.




 






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                              LEXINGTON CAMPUS


I.  BOARD ACTION

    A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

           College of Agriculture

           Coyne, Mark S., Assistant Professor, Agronomy, 1/1/91 through
              6/30/92.

           College of Arts and Sciences

           Almond, Peter R., Adjunct Professor, Physics and Astronomy, 8/16/90
              through 6/30/92.

           College of Engineering

           Jawahir, Ibrahim S., Associate Professor (without tenure),
              Mechanical Engineering, 7/1/90 through 6/30/91.

    B. JOINT APPOINTMENTS

           College of Education

           Cole, Henry P., Professor (with tenure), Educational and Counseling
              Psychology, joint appointment as Professor (without tenure),
              Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health, College of
              Medicine, effective 9/1/90.

           College of Enginet'ing

           Huffman, Gerald P., Research Professor, Chemical Engineering,
               joint appointment as Research Professor, Physics and Astronomy,
               College of Arts and Sciences, 8/16/90 through 7/31/91.

    C. RETIREMENTS

           llege of Agriculture

           Baker, John P.,Professor (with tenure), Animal Sciences, after 23.5
               consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of AR
               II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
            Brunker, Mary Lois, EFNEP Assistant, Area Extension Programs,
               after 19.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of
               AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
            Knavel, Dean E., Professor (with tenure), Horticulture and
               Landscape Architecture, after 32 consecutive years of-service,
               under Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.



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Lizer, William S., Senior Lab Technician, Agronomy, after 15.5
   consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of AR
   II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
Robinson, Mary K., Administrative Assistant I, Associate Dean's
   Office, after 51 consecutive years of service, under Section
   III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/28/90.
Smith, Edward M., Professor (with tenure), Agricultural
   Engineering, after 33.5 consecutive years of service, under
   Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

College of Arts and Sciences

Griffith, Charles H., Laboratory Supervisor III, Chemistry, after
   26 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of AR
   II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
Lehman, Guy W., Professor (with tenure), Physics and Astronomy,
   after 20.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of
   AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
Newbery, Arthur C., Professor (with tenure), Computer Science,
   after 25.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of
   AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

College of Business and Economics

Owen, James G., Director, Center for Business Development, after
   17.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of AR
   II-1.6-l, effective 12/31/90.
Soule, Don M., Professor (with tenure), Economics, after 25.5
   consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of AR
   II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

College of Education

Bruce, Herbert Jr., Professor (with tenure), Vocational Education,
   after 30.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of
   AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

College of Engineering

Dearinger, John A., Professor (with tenure), Civil Engineering,
   after 34 consecutive years of service, under Section III.B of
   AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
Krimm, Martin C., Assistant Professor (with tenure), Electrical
   Engineering, after 34 consecutive years of service, under
   Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

Vice Chancellor for Administration

Griggs, Ella M., Custodial Worker I, Undergraduate Housing,
   Auxiliary Services, after 25.5 consecutive years of service,
   under Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
Rollins, Katherine, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits and Risk
   Management, after 11 consecutive years of service, under
   Section III.B of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.



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D. EARLY RETIREMENTS

       College of Agriculture

       Stoltz, Leonard P., Associate Professor (with tenure), Horticulture
          and Landscape Architecture, after 26 consecutive years of
          service, under Section III.A of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.
       True, Margaret B., County Extension Clerk, Area Extension Programs,
          after 24.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.A of
          AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/28/90.
       Willis, Jeannie C., EFNEP Assistant, Area Extension Programs, after
          17.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.A of AR
          II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

       College of Arts and Sciences

       Bishop, Mary, Senior Lab Assistant, Biological Sciences, after
          26.5 consecutive years of service, under Section III.A of AR
          II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

       College of Education

       Teraslinna, Pentti, Professor (with tenure), Health, Physical
          Education and Recreation, after 21.5 consecutive years of
          service, under Section III.A of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

       VIcChAncellor for AdmidistKtrati

       Wade, Betty R., Parking Manager II, Parking Department, Human
          Resource Services, after 15.5 consecutive years of service,
          under Section III.A of AR II-1.6-1, effective 12/31/90.

E. PEMENT A POINTMENT

       College of Agriculture

       Allen, Steve, Consultant (part-time), Agricultural Economics,
          10/22/90 through 12/12/90.
       Herron, James, Agronomy Specialist (part-time), Agronomy, 10/1/90
          t