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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday, December 9, 1975.



       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met in regular,
statutory session at 4:00 p.m. (EST) on Tuesday, December 9, 1975, in
the Board Room on the 18th floor of the Patterson Office Tower on the Lexington
campus with the following members answering the call of the roll: Professor
Michael Adelstein, Mr. William R. Black, Mr. Stanley Burlew, Mrs. Robert
0. Clark, Mr. Albert G. Clay, Mr. Richard E. Cooper, Mr. John R.
Crockett, Mr. George W. Griffin, Mr. James Harralson, Mrs. David
Hermansdorfer, Mr. Thomas B. Kessinger, Mr. Zirl A. Palmer, Mr.
Frank Ramsey, Mr. Homer W. Ramsey, Professor Paul G. Sears, Mr.
William B. Sturgill, Mr. James A. Sutherland, and Dr. John R. Woodyard.
Absent from the meeting was Mr. John R. Gaines. Members of the University
administration present included President Otis A. Singletary; Vice Presidents
Lewis W. Cochran, Robert Zumwinkle, Raymond R. Hornback, Jack Blanton,
and Donald B. Clapp; Mr. John Darsie, Legal Counsel; and Dr. Howard
Bost, representing Vice President Peter P. Bosomworth. Representatives
of the various news media were also in attendance.


       A. Meeting Opened

       The Chairman, Mr. William B. Sturgill, called the meeting to
order at 4:20 p.m. After the invocation, pronounced by Mr. Black, the
Secretary called the roll and reported 18 members present and one absent.
A quorum being present, the Chairman declared the meeting open for the
official conduct of business at 4:23 p.m.


       B. Minutes Approved.

       On motion duly made, seconded, and carried, the reading of the
Minutes was dispensed with and the Minutes for the October 7, 1975,
meeting of the Board of Trustees were approved as published.


      C. President's Report to the Trustees

      In the interest of saving time, President Singletary suggested that
the members of the Board read his monthly report in lieu of an oral presentation
and recommended its acceptance. The Chairman accepted the report, and
it was ordered filed.




 










D. Recommendations of the President (PR 2)



       Mentioning that PR 2, Recommendations of the President, contained
only routine personnel changes and the quarterly report on gifts and/or grants
received by the University, President Singletary recommended approval
of PR 2 as a whole. Mr. Cooper so moved. His motion was seconded
by Mr. Frank Ramsey and, without dissent, PR 2 was approved as a whole
and ordered made an official part of the minutes of the meeting. (See
PR 2 at the end of the Minutes. )


       E. Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3-I)

       Since the resignation of Mr. James 0. King in October, the University
has conducted a nation-wide search for a replacement for him. As a result
of this search, President Singletary said that it was the unanimous decision
of those involved that Dr. Peter Fitzgerald, Assistant to the President at
the University of Maine, was the best person available and recommended
that Dr. Fitzgerald be named Director of the Office of Policy and Operations
Analysis effective on or before February 16, 1976. At the request of the
President, Dr. Clapp gave a brief resume of Dr. Fitzgerald's qualifications
for the position. He concluded his remarks by mentioning the fact that
the title for the job had been changed, adding that the change in title did
not change the function of the office.

       The Chairman, having determined there were no questions or
discussion, called for a motion to approve the recommendation that Dr.
Peter Fitzgerald be named Director of the Office of Policy and Operations
Analysis effective on or before February 16, 1976. Mrs. Clark so moved.
Her motion was seconded by Mr. Homer Ramsey and passed without dissent.
(See PR 3-I at the end of the Minutes.)


       F. Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3-II)

       The second part of PR 3 included an extension of leave for special
assignment with State government for Mr. Jack B. Hall for an additional
year (January 3, 1976-January 3, 1977) and the reappointment of Mr. Joseph
T. Burch as Acting Dean of Students from January 3, 1976 to July 1, 1976
or until such time as a permanent Dean of Students might be named, whichever
might come first. President Singletary recommended approval of Mr. Hall's
leave and Mr. Burch' s reappointment.

       In the discussion which followed it was made clear that Mr. Hall's
position as Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
would not be left open for him. A search for a permanent Dean of Students
will begin immediately and hopefully the position will be filled prior to the
end of the current academic year.




 







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       The Chairman called for a motion for approval of President Singletary' s
recommendation relative to Mr. Hall's leave and Mr. Burch's reappointment.
The motion was made by Professor Sears and seconded by Mr. Harralson with
all present voting aye. (See PR 3-IS at the end of the Minutes.)


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

       President Singletary pointed out that the recommendation for approval
of the awarding of degrees in the University System was for those persons
completing their work at the end of the current semester and recommended
approval of the persons whose names appeared on the list attached to PR 4.

       On motion by Mr. Palmer, seconded by Mr. Cooper and passed,
the President was authorized to confer upon each individual whose name
appeared on the list the degree to which he is entitled upon certification
by the Dean of Admissions and Registrar and approval by the University
Senate that the individual has satisfactorily completed all requirements of
the degree for which he has made application. (See PR 4 at the end of the
Minutes.)


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

       Approval of recipients of degrees and certificates in the Community
College System must be given by the Board of Trustees, and President
Singletary recommended that such approval be given to the persons scheduled
to complete requirements of the specified degrees in December upon.certification
by the appropriate officials that such requirements had been completed. The
list of names was attached to PR 5.

       On motion by Mr. Black, seconded by MNr. Griffin, and passed, the
awarding of the degrees and certificates specified on the attached list be
awarded to the persons named upon certification that the requirements for
those degrees or certificates have been satisfactorily completed. (See PR 5
at the end of the Minutes. )


       I. Budget Revisions for 1975-76 (PR 6)

       President Singletary recommended approval of PR 6, Revisions in
the 1975-76 Budge, noting that they were all routine in nature. There being
no questions, on motion by Mr. Homer Ramsey, seconded by Mr. Frank
Ramsey, and passed, the budget revisions for 1975-76 were authorized and
approved. (See PR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)




 







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       J. Proposed Amendments to the Governing Regulations (PR 7)

       President Singletary noted that certain proposed amendments to the
Governing Regulations had been received at the September meeting of the
Board of Trustees and tabled at that time for action at a later meeting. He
said that the required month having elapsed, it was now appropriate to
remove the proposed amendments from the table and act upon them.

       Professor Sears said that he would like to recommend two langugage
changes on page two under "b. Faculty Assemblies". In the underscored
section he recommended changing the wo1ri "librarians" to "librarianship"
and "counselors" to "counseling" so that the recommended change would now
read, "Full time faculty members devoting more than fifty percent of their
effort to teaching, librarianship, and counseling are eligible for membership
in the Faculty Assembly. Other members of the faculty may become members
upon invitation by a majority of the members of the Assembly. "

       Dr. Adelstein moved that the language changes recommended by
Professor Sears be accepted. His motion was seconded by Mr. Harralson
and passed without dissent.

       The Chairman then called for a motion on the adoption of the proposed
amendments to the Governing Regulations as amended. Dr. Adelstein moved
that the proposed amendments to Parts V; VII-A-8-b as amended, VII-B-8;
VII-B-9; VIII-A-3; and X-B-1 of the Governing Regulations received and
tabled at the September 16, 1975 meeting of the Board of Trustees be
removed from the table and approved. His motion was seconded by Mr.
Clay and passed without dissent. (See PR 7 at the end of the Minutes.)


       K. Retirement Resolution (PR 8)

       At President Singletary's request Mr. Darsie discussed the proposed
amendment to the Retirement Resolution saying that it could best be described
as "walk-away" retirement. Under present regulations a person must work
until age 65 in order to receive supplemental retirement income. The proposed
amendment would permit University personnel who would otherwise qualify
for supplemental retirement income except that they had not attained age 65
to terminate their employee status on or after attainment of age 60 without
forfeiture of accrued benefits, subject to certain specified conditions as
set forth in PR 8. However, payment of benefits would not begin until age
65.

       Professor Sears said there had been considerable discussion among
the faculty and staff members of the University about the desirability of such




 






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a change and he felt it would be welcomed by University personnel. There
being no further discussion, on motion by Mr. Sutherland, seconded by
Mr. Kessinger, and passed, the recommendation in PR 8 was approved as
presented. (See PR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)


       L. Amendment of Trust Created by Will of Phil E. Richards, Deceased
           (PR 9)

       After a brief explanation by Mr. Darsie, it was moved by Mr. Homer
Ramsey, seconded by Dr. Woodyard, and passed, that the President be
authorized and directed to execute, on behalf of the University, an Amend-
ment of a Trust created by virtue of the provision of Article X of the
Will of Phil E. Richards, deceased, who died on May 8, 1972, leaving a
remainder interest in his property to the University. (See PR 9 at the end
of the Minutes. )


       M. Information Item

       President Singletary said this concluded his part of the agenda but,
before yielding the floor, he wished to make two announcements which would
be of interest to members of the Board.

       1. The resignation of Dr. George Hardy as Dean of the College of
Law, effective July 1, 1976, to become Dean of the Bates College of Law
at the University of Houston. President Singletary noted that Dean Hardy
has done a good job here and he regretted to see him go; however, that
is the danger inherent in bringing good young people to an institution in that
other institutions soon seek them out and entice them away.

       2. The gift by Mr. and Mrs. James C. Givens of Hopkinsville and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Friedman of Nashville of a motel near Madisonville
to the University of Kentucky. The motel, which until recently was part of
the Holiday Inn system, has 62 rooms, dining area, kitchen, lobby, and
swimming pool, situated on about three acres of ground.

       The University is most grateful for this generous gift and it will
be used in conjunction with the Madisonville Community College and as a
continuing education center in Western Kentucky for such professional fields
as Engineering, Medicine, Law, Mining Technology, and others.


      N. Interim Financial Report (FCR 1)

      Mr. Clay said that the Finance Committee had not met prior to the
Board meeting, but that a telephone canvass of its menbers had resulted




 







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in a unanimous committee recommendation that the Interim Financial Report
for the period ending October 31, 1975, be accepted and ordered made a
matter of record, and he so moved. His motion was seconded by Mr.
Harralson and passed without dissent. (See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)


       0. Meeting Adjourned

       After determining that there was no further business to come before
the meeting, the Chairman called for a motion for adjournment. The motion
being duly made, seconded and carried, the meeting adjourned at 4:45 p. m.


                                        Respectfully submitted,



                                        Paul G. Sears, Secretary
                                        Board of Trustees




























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




 





                                              Office of the President
                                              December 9, 1975



                                                 PROh




Members, Board of Trustees:


            RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT


I.    Appointments and/or Other Staff Changes

       Recommendations: (1) that approval be given to the appointments
       and/or other 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 following recommended appointments and/or
       other staff changes require approval by the Board of Trustees
       in accordance with Part VIII-B of the Governing Regulations of
       the University. These recommendations are transmitted to the
       Board by the appropriate vice president 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.



                         BOARD ACTION


New Appointments

Baumgartner, R. Paul, Associate Professor*, College of Pharmacy,
       12/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Golden, Abner, Professor, (with tenure), and Chairman, Department of
      Pathology, College of Medicine, 1/1/76 through 12/31/81.
Heath, Larry F., Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics,
      College of Arts and Sciences, 1/1/76 through 5/31/76.



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Krushenick, Nicholas, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Art,
       College of Arts and Sciences, 1/1/76 through 5/31/76.
LaGodna, Gretchen, Associate Professorc, College of Nursing, 11/1/75
       through 6/30/76.
Larimore, David L., Associate Professor, (with tenure), Department of
       Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, effective 11/1/75.
Payne, Marvin G., Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Physics and
      Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Pett, Donald, Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology, College of
       Medicine, 4/1/76 through 6/30/77.
Powell, Andrew Jackson, Associate Extension Professor*, (with tenure),
       Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, effective 11/17/75.
Robinson, Andrew, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum
       and Instruction, College of Education, 10/1/75 through 6/30/77.
Smith, Randall B., Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, 4/1/76
       through 6/30/77.
Spies, Gordon, Visiting Professor, Department of Psychiatry, College of
      Medicine, 9/l/75 through 6/30/76.
Stuckey, Richard E., Assistant Extension Professor", Department of
      Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture, 12/1/75 through 6/30/77.


Non-Academic Appointments

Dryden, Gerald W., County Extension Agent,, in Meade County, Area
      Extension Programs, College of Agriculture, effective 10/20/75.
Gibson, Craig D., Area Extension Specialist, Department of Agriculture
      Economics, College of Agriculture, retroactive 10/2/75.
Harper, Louis W., Regulatory Specialist, Department of Regulatory Services,
      College of Agriculture, retroactive 10/1/75.
Olsen, Kenneth R., Assistant Director, Department of Special Education,
       CORRC Project, College of Education, retroactive 10/1/75.
Parker, Chester L., Pharmacist, College of Pharmacy, retroactive 9/22/75.


Administrative Appointments

Kratz, Bernd, Chairman, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures,
      College of Arts and Sciences, retroactive 10/l/75.
Larimore, David L., Assistant Dean for Medical Education and Director,
      Division Medical Education, College of Medicine, retroactive 11/1/75.
Leigh, Donald C., Chairman, Department of Engineering Mechanics, College
      of Engineering, 1/1/76 through 12/31/79.



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Changes

Coleman, Mary Sue, from Clinical Instructor (part-time), to Assistant
       Professor, Department of Biochemistry, College of Medicine,
       11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Sisken, Jesse E., from Professor, Department of Cell Biology, and Associate
       Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, College of
       Medicine, to Professor, Department of Cell Biology, and Department
       of Physiology and Biophysics, College of Medicine, retroactive 11/1/75.
Winer, Miroslava B., from Professor, Department of Anatomy, and
       Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics,
       to Professor, Department of Anatomy, and Department of Physiology,
       and Biophysics, College of Medicine, retroactive 11/1/75.


Joint Appointment

Ware, Ray W., Associate Professor, (with tenure), Department of Surgery,
       College of Medicine, also named Instructor, Department of Radiation
       Medicine, College of Medicine, 10/1/75 through 6/30/76.


Reappointments

Starnbach, Howard, Associate Professor' (part-time), Department of
       Orthodontics, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Straus, Robert, Professor, (with tenure), and Chairman, Department of
       Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, 7/1/75 through 6/30/81.




Post Retirement Appointments

Chattin, Ernest P., Visiting Instructor, Ashland Community College,
      7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Ruchman, Isaac, Coordinator, Department of Continuing Education, College
       of Engineering7/1/75 through 6/30/76.




                    ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION


New Appointments

Armstrong, Paul J., Jr., Assistant Professor (part-time), Department of
      Periodontics, College of Dentistry, 8/25/75 through 6/30/76.



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Barton, Mary Nancy, Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Bleidt, Rodney, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), College of Pharmacy, 11/1/75
       through 6/30/76.
Carter, Ronald T., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 9/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Cornelius, Gary Michael, Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Coyle, Carmen M., Instructor* (part-time), U. K. Center at Fort Knox, 8/1/75
       through 5/30/76.
Dahl, Mary D., Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community College,
       11/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Duncan, Charles S., Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Gaither, Randy M., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), College of Pharmacy,
       11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Greene, John F., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Medicine,
       College of Medicine, 10/1/75 through 6/30/76.
House, Shirley Lynn, Instructor (part-time), Department of Nutrition and Food
       Science, College of Home Economics, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Hyde, Edward J., Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Allied Health
       Education and Research, College of Allied Health Professions, 10/1/75
       through 12/31/75.
Jaquith, Paul, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Radiologic
       Technology, College of Allied Health Professions, and Lexington
       Technical Institute, 9/29/75 through 6/30/76.
Lamkin, Nelson, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Medicine,
       College of Medicine, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Lankford, Ed N., Instructor, Hazard Community College, 11/1/75 through
       5/31/76.
Luhr, Jeanne L., Instructor (part-time), Department of Nutrition and Food
       Science, College of Home Economics, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Molnar, Carol B., Instructor, Somerset Community College, 9/16/75 through
       6/30/76.
Perry, Gordon, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Radiologic
       Technology, College of Allied Health Professions, and Lexington
       Technical Institute, 10/13/75 through 6/30/76.
Pettus, James A., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), College of Pharmacy,
       12/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Price, Donald L., Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Pruiett, James S., Instructor (part-time), Department of Psychology and
       Counseling, College of Education, 9/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Rainey, Randy, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Radiologic
       Technology, College of Allied Health Professions, and Lexington
       Technical Institute, 9/29/75 through 6/30/76.



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Redel, Ruth E., Instructor4 (part-time), U.K. Center at Fort Knox, 8/1/75
       through 5/31/76.
Reitan, Steven Gordon, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of
       Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 9/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Saylor, Pamela, Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Steil, Rhonda B., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), College of Pharmacy, 11/1/75
       through 6/30/76.
Stovall, Jerry L., Assistant Professor (part-time), Department of Periodontics,
       College of Dentistry, 9/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Thio, Robert T., Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Thomas, Dorothy G., Instructor (part-time), Department of Curriculum and
       Instruction, College of Education, 9/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Thompson, Bobby, Instructor (part-time), Department of Prosthodontics,
       College of Dentistry, 10/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Von Bokern, Lawrence J., Instructor (part-time), Jefferson Community
       College, 10/1/75 through 5/31/76.
Wallace, John, Jr., Instructor (part-time) (voluntary), Southeast Community
       College, 11/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Whitis, Sue J., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Radiologic
       Technology, College of Allied Health Professions, and Lexington
       Technical Institute, 9/29/75 through 6/30/76.


Joint Appointments

Barger, Kenneth, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology,
       College of Arts and Sciences, also named Assistant Professor,
       Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, 8/1/75
       through 5/31/76,
Cash, David M., Instructor (part-time), Department of Restorative Dentistry,
       College of Dentistry, also named Instructor (part-time), Department of
       Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Warren, Stephen R., Instructor (part-time), Department of Oral Diagnosis
      and Oral Medicine, College of Dentistry, also named Instructor (part-
      time), Departmrent of Prosthodontics, College of Medicine, 9/1/75
      through 6/30/76.


Changes

Harmon, Gordon S., from Instructor, Department of Community Medicine,
      College of Medicine, and Department of Community Health, College
      of Allied Health Professions, to Clinical Instructor (part-time), Depart-
      ment of Community Medicine, College of Medicine, 11/1/75 through
      6/30/76.



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Thompson, John A., from Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary), to
      Assistant Professor (part-time), Department of Prosthodontics,
      College of Dentistry, 9/l/75 through 6/30/76.


Promotion

Ferri, Michael, Instructor, to Assistant Professor, Department of Business
      Administration, College of Business and Economics, 10/1/75 through
      5/31/76.


Reappointments

Ballou, Sherman, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Bays, Clyde E., Sr., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Berry, Judith C., Instructor - (part-time), Department of Dental Hygiene,
       College of Allied Health Professions, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Carnes, Bobby, Assistant Clinical Professor (voluntary), Department of
       Endodontics, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Challa, Vankata, Instructor, Department of Pathology, College of Medicine,
       7/1/75 through 12/31/75.
Douglass, Jesse, Jr., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Greasley, Philip A., Instructor-, U.K. Center at Fort Knox, 8/l/75
       through 5/31/76.
Hinkebein, Robert, Sr., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of
       Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Jackson, Robert, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Meece, Fred, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Nunnally, Boyce, Jr., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of
       Community Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Oakley, John R., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, and Department of Dental Hygiene,
       College of Allied Health Professions, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Schuler, Thomas, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Skidmore, Hugh, Jr., Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
      Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Smith, Henry, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
      Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.
Watts, Frank, Clinical Instructor (voluntary), Department of Community
       Dentistry, College of Dentistry, 7/1/75 through 6/30/76.



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Leaves of Absence

Ables, Billie S., Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, College
       of Medicine, Sabbatical leave with full salary, 1/1/76 through 6/30/76.
 Bayles, Michael, Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and
       Sciences, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through 6/30/77.
 Byers, Charles W., Associate Professor-, Department of Vocational Education,
       College of Education, Sabbatical leave with full-salary, spring
       semester 1976.
 Carey, Richard, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of
       Arts and Sciences, Leave without pay, 1/1/76 through 6/30/76.
Channing, Steven, Associate Professor, Department of History, College of
       Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through
       6/30/77.
Csaky, Susan D., Librarian II, M. I. King Library, Sabbatical leave with
       full-salary, 1/1/77 through 6/30/77.
Erwin, Carlos, C., Associate Professor, Department of Economics, College
       of Business and Economics, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, spring
       semester 1976.
Field, Thomas, Professor, Department of Geography, College of Arts and
       Sciences, Sabbatical leave with full-salary, 7/1/76 through 12/31/76.
Geller, Evelyn, Associate Professor:-, College of Nursing, Sabbatical leave
       with full-salary, 1/1/76 through 6/30/76.
Herring, George, Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of History,
       College of Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with half-salary,
       7/1/76 through 6/30/77.
Hollingsworth, Dorothy R., Professor, Department of Pediatrics, College
       of Medicine, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through. 6/30/77.
Holroyd, Sara, Associate Professor*, Department of Music, College of Arts
       and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with full-salary, 7/1/76 through 12/31/76.
Impey, Michael H., Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Italian
       Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical
       leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through 6/30/77.
Kiernan, Kevin S., Associate Professor, Department of English, College
       of Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through
       6/30/77.
McCullers, Levis D., Professor, Department of Accounting, College of
       Business and Economics, to cancel request for sabbatical leave for
       spring semester 1976 with full pay as approved by the Board, May 6,
       1975.
Morgan, Wesley, Professor and Director, School of Music, College of
      Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with full-salary, 7/1/76 through
      12/31/76.
Shepard, Jon, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Arts
      and Sciences, to change Sabbatical leave previously approved by the
      Board, September 16, 1975, from spring semester 1976 to fall semester
      1976.



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Smith, Timothy A., Professor, Department of Community Dentistry, College
       of Dentistry, Sabbatical leave with full-salary, 2 /1/76 through
       7/31/76.
Swift, Louis J., Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Classical
       Languages and Literatures, College of Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical
       leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through 6/30/77.
Wrobel, Arthur, Associate Professor, Department of English, College of
      Arts and Sciences, Sabbatical leave with half-salary, 7/1/76 through
      6/30/77.


Terminal Reappointment

Aravindakshan, V., Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, College
       of Medicine, 1/1/76 through 12/31/76.



II.   Report on Gifts and/or Grants (See Attachment)

      Recommendation: that the report on gifts and/or grants covering
      the period from July 1, 1975 through September 30, 1975 be accepted
      and made a matter of record.

      Background: The attached report represents the gifts and/ or grants
      accepted by the President on behalf of the Board of Trustees for the
      three months' period ending September 30, 1975, in accordance with
      the policy adopted by the Board of Trustees on November 19, 1965.
      Aclnowledgement of gifts and/or grants has been made to all donors
      by the President on behalf of the Board.



Action: Approved



V/    Disapproved



Other



Date:    O.C.c*mbar        1



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            GIFT REPORT
       OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT
JULY 1, 1975 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1975

              SUMMARY



COLLEGES & DEPARTMENTS

Accounting
Agriculture
Allied Health
Alumni Association
Arts and Sciences
Business and Economics
Council on Aging
Dentistry
Education
Engineering
Home Economics
Law
Library
Medicine
Nursing
Pharmacy
University Hospital
UK Blue White Fund



$    250.00
  6,445.00
     500. 00
     500. 00
     718.32
   1,100.00
   2,070.00
     285.00
   1,000.00
   27,336.00
   2,060.00
   1,505.00
   5,623.06
 129,909.35
      35.00
      135.00
   1,486.35
   7,600.00



Sub Total



$188,558.08



COMMUNITY COLLEGES



Ashland
Elizabethtown
Hazard and Maysville
Henderson
Prestonsburg
Somerset
Southeast



$  5,590.00
   5,475.00
     586.12
  11,613.00
  6,385.00
  3,157.50
     791. 00



Sub Total



$ 33,597.62



UNIVERSITY

Unrestricted
Scholarships



$ 13,047.50
  92,404.50



Sub Total



$105,452.00



UK ANNUAL-GIVING FUND



Undesignated
Designated



$ 32,843.98
234,554.00



$267,397.98



GRAND TOTAL



Sub Total



$595,005.68




 









The ARW Foundation

Acme Paper Stock Company


Administrative Management Society


Aid Association for Lutherans



Albany Cheese Company