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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky, Tuesday, August 16, 1994.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00 p.m.
(Lexington time) on Tuesday, August 16, 1994 in the Board Room on the 18th
floor of Patterson Office Tower.

       A.    Meeting Opened

       Governor Edward T. Breathitt, Chairperson, called the meeting to
order at 1:00 p.m., and the invocation was pronounced by Mrs. Marian Sims.

       B.    Oath of Office Administered

       Governor Breathitt stated that there were three new Board members
joining the Board. He noted that the new members had taken the oath of
office earlier because there was not a July meeting; however, he asked Paul
Van Booven, Associate General Counsel, to administer the oath of office to
the following members for public record:

       Mr. Thomas Arthur Jones, who will serve as student trustee for the
       1994-95 academic year.

       Mr. Steven S. Reed, appointed by Governor Brereton C. Jones to
       replace Mr. Henry Jackson, for a term expiring June 30, 2000.

       Mr. Ted B. Bates, appointed by Governor Brereton C. Jones to replace
       Judge Henry R. Wilhoit, for a term expiring June 30, 2000.

       Governor Breathitt welcomed the new members and expressed
appreciation to them for their willingness to serve on the Board.

       President Wethington congratulated the new members. He asked Mr.
Jones, Student Government President, to introduce his parents and family
members who were in attendance, and they received a round of applause.

       C.    Roll Call

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




 




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       Members of the general public and the news media were also in
attendance. A quorum being present, Governor Breathitt declared the meeting
officially open for the conduct of business at 1:05 p.m.

       D.   Approval of Minutes

       Governor Breathitt said that the Minutes of the Board meeting on June
14. 1994 and the Executive Committee meeting on June 18, 1994 had been
distributed and asked for a motion of approval. On motion made by Mr.
Shoop, seconded by Mrs. Bell and carried, the Minutes were approved.

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

       President Wethington commented on the following items in PR 1:

       1.   UK sets fund-raising record of $31.6 million in the 1993-94
             fiscal year, an 18 percent increase over the previous year.

             President Wethington noted that Mr. Sturgill attended the
             Finance Committee meeting; however, he was unable to remain for
             the Board meeting. He acknowledged the significant
             contribution of Mr. Sturgill for an addition to the Sturgill
             Development Building and expressed appreciation to him.

       2.   UK's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers placed second in
             the "Team Tech" competition at the annual Society of Women
             Engineers convention.

       3.   The UK College of Law Student Bar Association has been judged
            by the American Bar Association's Law Student Division to be
            among the top three in the nation.

       4.    Forty-four Lexington Campus faculty members, most of them
             recently hired, participated in a week-long "Our Kentucky" tour
             during the first week of August.

       5.   A UK/University of Louisville Joint Center for the Study of
             Education Policy project funded by the BellSouth Foundation,
             the Cheens Foundation and Kentucky Educational Television will
             use case studies to help guide teachers in implementing key
             aspects of the Kentucky Education Reform Act.

       6.   UK is one of ten sites to participate in a new Small Business
            Administration pilot loan program designed to strengthen the
            viability of women business owners.

       7.   More students enroll in extended campus education courses at
             the Owensboro and Paducah extended campus graduate sites.

      8.   Alzheimer's research by the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has
            attracted national attention by Life magazine, "ABC Nightline"
            and the Discovery Channel.



       President Wethington asked the members to read the other important
items in PR 1 at their leisure.




 




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       F.    Personnel Actions (PR 2)

       President Wethington called attention to the early retirement of
Donald B. Clapp. He noted that Dr. Clapp has served as Vice President for
Administration for the last three years and is retiring from the University
after 22.83 years of service. He reported that Dr. Clapp has accepted a
significant role as the first chairperson of the newly created Kentucky
Health Policy Board.  President Wethington reviewed the responsibilities
that had been assigned to Dr. Clapp when he accepted the Vice President for
Administration position and said that Dr. Clapp had completed those
responsibilities exceedingly well. He said that Dr. Clapp had been an
extremely important, valued and valuable administrator during his tenure
with the University and expressed his appreciation to Dr. Clapp.

       Dr. Clapp was asked to stand and be recognized, following which he
received a round of applause.

       President Wethington announced that he was dividing the responsi-
bilities of Dr. Clapp's position. He called attention to the change in
assignments of two individuals who will be sharing the responsibilities of
fiscal affairs and administrative affairs: Mr. George DeBin and Professor
Robert Lawson. He provided background information on these individuals and
reviewed the responsibilities assigned to each of them.   He indicated that
Mr. DeBin would be the Chief Financial Officer for the University and that
Professor Lawson would be the person in charge in the absence of the
President. Mr. DeBin and Professor Lawson were asked to stand and be
recognized, following which they received a round of applause.

       President Wethington recommended that the Board approve PR 2. Mr.
Bates moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mr. Wilcoxson, passed. (See
PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

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

       President Wethington reviewed the proposed amendments to the
Governing Regulations.   He stated that they are presented to the Board for
preliminary consideration and will be included on the agenda for action at
the next meeting. Mrs. Weinberg moved that the proposed amendments be
received for consideration. Her motion was seconded by Mrs. Bell and
carried. (See PR 3A at the end of the Minutes.)

       H.    Change in Administrative Regulation (PR 3B)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board approve the change in
the Dentists' Services Plan by placing the policy information in the
Administrative Regulations and removing it from the Governing Regulations.
Dr. Meriwether moved approval. Mr. Hardymon seconded the motion, and it
passed. (See PR 3B at the end of the Minutes.)

       I.    Change in Administrative Regulation (PR.3C,

       President Wethington Recommended that the Board approve the change in
the Physicians' Services Plan by placing the policy information in the
Administrative Regulations and removing it from the Governing Regulations.
Mr. Shoop moved approval. His motion, seconded by Mr. Welenken, carried.
(See PR 3C at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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       J.    Appointment of University General Counsel (PR 3D)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board approve the
appointment of Mr. Richard E. Plymale as University General Counsel
effective September 15, 1994. He briefly reviewed Mr. Plymale's superb
credentials and expressed pleasure in recommending his appointment. On
motion made by Dr. Meriwether, seconded by Mr. Ulmer and carried, PR 3D was
approved. (See PR 3D at the end of the Minutes.)

       Governor Breathitt commented on Mr. Plymale's excellent reputation in
the legal profession and his outstanding governmental experience. He asked
Mr. Plymale to stand and be recognized, following which he was given a round
of applause.

       President Wethington recognized Mr. Paul Van Booven who has been
serving as Acting General Counsel during the interim period. He expressed
appreciation to Mr. Van Booven and his staff for carrying out the
responsibilities of the office in an exceptional fashion. Mr. Van Booven
was recognized and given a round of applause.

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

       President Wethington recommended 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. Mr. Shoop moved
approval.  His motion was seconded by Mrs. Weinberg and carried.    (See PR 4A
at the end of the Minutes.)

       L.    Candidates f r Degrees - University System (PR 5A)

       President Wethington said that PR 5A is a companion document to PR
4A. The recommendation is that the President be authorized to confer upon
each individual whose name appears on the list presented herewith the degree
to which he/she is entitled, upon certification by the Registrar and
approval by the University Senate, that the individual has satisfactorily
completed all requirements for the degree for which application has been
made. On motion made by Mrs. Sims and seconded by Dr. Powell, PR 5A was
approved.  (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    Change in Degree Title (PR 5A)    CSe:     urr re     copy - C of

       President Wethington noted that PR 5B is another result of the        l
reorganization and restructuring of the University.   He recommended that the
Board approve the change in the degree title in Computer Science from
Bachelor of Science to Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The Senate
Council has reviewed and approved the recommendation to change the degree
title. Mr. Jones moved approval. The motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop,
passed. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

       N.    Appointment of Director of International Affairs (PR-5C)

       President Wethington recommended that Dr. Michael Reed be appointed
Director of the Office of International Affairs, effective August 1, 1994.
He noted that Dr. Reed has been with the University since 1978 and brings
extensive expertise in dealing with international economic development and




 




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export issues. Mrs. Sims moved approval. Her motion was seconded by Mr.
Welenken and carried. (See PR 5C at the end of the Minutes.) Dr. Reed was
asked to stand and be recognized, following which he received a round of
applause.

       O.    Appointment of Director of the School of Journalism and
Telecommunications (PR 5D)

       President Wethington reminded the Board of the search that has been
in progress for more than a year for a person to head the School of
Journalism. He reported that the search was complete and said that he was
pleased to recommend that Mr. Leland "Buck" Ryan be appointed Director of
the School of Journalism and Telecommunications effective August 1, 1994.
He asked Chancellor Hemenway to comment on the recommendation.

       Chancellor Hemenway briefly reviewed Mr. Ryan's qualifications for
the position. He noted that this position has attracted considerable media
attention and expressed the desire to fill the position with someone who was
widely recognized across the country in both the world of professional
journalists and the world of academic journalists as a first-rate
appointment. He said that, in his opinion, Mr. Ryan is that person, and he
is honored to be able to recommend him as the Director.

       On motion made by Dr. Meriwether and seconded by Mrs. Sims, the
appointment of Mr. Ryan was unanimously approved. (See PR 5D at the end of
the Minutes.)

       P.    Appointment of Cod~hgldrs of the Otis A. Singletary Chair in
Humanities (PR 5E)

       President Wethington recommended that Dr. Susan Bordo and Dr. William
Freehling be appointed as co-holders of the Otis A. Singletary Chair in the
Humanities effective August 1, 1994. He asked Chancellor Hemenway to
comment on the recommendation.

       Chancellor Hemenway provided background information on the Chair in
Humanities. He reported that the recruitment of the chair was under the
leadership of Dean Richard Edwards of the College of Arts and Sciences. He
said that the opportunity presented itself to appoint co-holders of the
Chair, and this was something that both appointees welcomed. He briefly
reviewed the credentials of the Drs. Bordo and Freehling and expressed
pleasure in recommending people of their caliber to the Board.

       Mrs. Sims moved approval of PR 5E. Her motion, seconded by Mr.
Shoop, carried. (See PR 5E at the end of the Minutes.)

       Drs. Bordo and Freehling were asked to stand and be recognized,
following which they received a round of applause. Dean Edwards was also
recognized for his active involvement in the process.

       Q.    Disposal of Personal Property (FCR 1)

       Mr. Hardymon, Chairperson of the Finance Committee, reported that the
Committee met at 11:00 a.m. and reviewed nine items on the agenda to be
presented for action. He said that FCR 1 is an item for the Disposal of




 





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Personal Property. He reviewed the items in Exhibit 1 and recommended
approval of FCR 1. Mr. Ulmer seconded the motion and it passed. (See FCR 1
at the end of the Minutes.)

       R.    Policv for Disposition of Personal Property (FCR 2)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board approve the Policy for Disposition
of Personal Property as an Administrative Regulation. He noted that
approval of the Board is required for each property disposition except in
those specific cases where the property is acquired with federal or private
gifts or grants and where (1) the University is required to transfer the
property by the terms of a sponsor's regulations or conditions or
(2) the grant is contracted or transferred to another organization under
circumstances where the granting agency expects that the personal property
will be transferred with the grant. Dr. Meriwether seconded the motion and
it carried. (See FCR 2 at the end of the Minutes.)

       S.    Report of Leases (FOR 3)

       Mr. Hardymon reviewed the Report of Leases and made a motion for
approval. He noted that these leases were under $30,000 in value. Mr.
Chellgren seconded the motion and it carried. (See FCR 3 at the end of the
Minutes.)

       T.    CQapital Construction Report (FOR 4)

       On motion made by Mr. Hardymon, seconded by Mrs. Bell and carried,
the quarterly Capital Construction Report was approved. (See FCR 4 at the
end of the Minutes.)

       U.    Philip Morris. Inc. Contribution (F0R5)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a gift of $274,000 from
Philip Morris, Inc. to the College of Agriculture. He said that the gift
will be divided among tobacco research, extension and education programs,
undergraduate scholarships, and graduate fellowships in the College. Mr.
Hardymon's motion was seconded by Mr. Ulmer and passed. (See FCR 5 at the
end of the Minutes.)

       V.    John William Pruett, Jr. Bequest (FCR 6)

       Mr. Hardy-mon moved that the Board accept a bequest valued at $107,000
from John William Pruett, Jr. He said that this is mainly a collection of
18 Paul Sawyier watercolors that are of superbly high quality and in
remarkable condition. Mr. Shoop seconded the motion and it carried. (See
FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

       W.    Dow Corning Foundation Pledge (FCR 7)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the Board accept a pledge of $100,000 from
Dow Corning Foundation to Elizabethtown Community College. He said that it
is a pledge to make installment payments of $50,000 in the first quarters of
1995 and 1996. His motion was seconded by Mrs. Bell and passed. (See FCR 7
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       X.    Patent Assignment (FCR 8)

       On motion made by Mr. Hardymon, seconded by Mr. Ulmer and carried,
the patent assignment in FCR 8 was approved.

       Y.    Transfer of Gas Distribution Facilities at Spindleton and Maine
Chance Farms to Columbia Gas of Kentucky. Inc.  (FCR 9)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that the President or his designee be authorized
to execute necessary documents to enable transfer of the University's
ownership of natural gas distribution facilities at Spindletop and Maine
Chance Farms to Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc. He said that by transferring
this ownership to Columbia Gas it will relieve the University of the
liability of the maintenance of these facilities. Mrs. Sims seconded the
motion and it passed. (See FCR 9 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Z.    Investment Policy - Endowment Funds (ICR 1)

       Mr. Wilcoxson. Chairperson of the Investment Committee, moved that
the Board rescind the policy prohibiting investment of funds in any
U. S. corporation or bank doing business in the Republic of South Africa.
He provided background information which illustrated that the conditions
existing in 1985 have changed significantly, and said that the Investment
Committee recommends a change in policy. Mr. Reed seconded the motion and
it carried. (See ICR I at the end of the Minutes.)

       Governor Breathitt thanked Mr. Wilcoxson and the members of the
Investment Committee for their outstanding work.

       AA.   Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting
adjourned at 1:54 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       Lois C. Weinberg
                                       Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

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



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                                                 Office of the President
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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:  August 16. 1994



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                            CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



I.       BOARD ACTION

         A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPPOINTMENTS

                  Office of Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies

                  Supplee, Jr., Jack, Director, Research and Graduate
                      Studies Administrative Affairs, effective 9/1/94.
                  Schweri, William F., Director, Research and Graduate
                      Studies External Affairs, effective 9/1/94.

                  Center for Applied Energy Research

                  Derbyshire, Frank J., Professor, Chemical Engineering,
                      reappointed Director, Center for Applied Energy
                      Research, 7/l/94 through 6/30/2000.

                  Center for Computational Sciences

                  Connolly, John W. D., Professor, Physics and Astronomy,
                      reappointed Director, Center for Computational
                      Sciences, 7/l/94 through 6/30/2000.

          B. CHANGES

                  Office of the President

                  DeBin, George J., from Special Assistant to the Vice
                      President for Information Systems to Assistant to
                      the President for Fiscal Affairs, effective 8/17/94.

                  Lawson, Robert G.. from W. L. Matthews, Jr. Professor
                      of Law, College of Law, to W. L. Matthews, Jr. Professor
                      of Law, College of Law and Assistant to the President for
                      Administrative Affairs, 8/17/94 through 8/16/95.

         C. RETIREMENTS

                  Athletics

                  Simpson, Thomas B., Golf Coach, Athletics, after 10.0
                      consecutive years of service, under AR II-1.6-1
                      Section III.B, effective 6/30/94.

                  Controller and Treasurer

                  Oberg, Robert S., Account Manager III, Billings and
                      Collections, after 9.5 consecutive years of service,
                      under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 12/31/94.




 




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                  University Libraries

                  Pogue, Elivtbeth L., Librarian Technician IV, Interlibrary
                      Loans, after 19.5 consecutive years of service, under
                      AR II-1.6-1 Section III-B, effective 6/30/94.

                  Vice President for University Relations

                  Powell, Oscar, Security Worker I, Police Department,
                      after 10.5 consecutive years of service, under
                      AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 8/31/94.

          D. EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Center for Applied Energy Research

                  Wild, Garry D., Research Engineering Technician II, Center
                      for Applied Energy Research, after 18.5 consecutive
                      years of service, under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2,
                      effective 9/30/94.

                  ofice of the President

                  Clapp, Donald B, Vice President for Administration,
                      after 22.83 years of service, under AR II-1.6-1
                      Section III.A.2, effective 8/16/94.

TI.       ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

          A. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                  Environmental Health and Safety

                  Rawlings, Fred, appointed Assistant Director,
                      Office for Radiation Safety, effective 6/6/94.

                  Office of Sponsored Program Development

                  Selwitz, Ada Sue, Director, Office of Sponsored Program
                      Development, effective 7/1/94.
                  McCullers, Margot D., Professional Associate, Sr.,
                      effective 7/1/94.

                  Office of-Sponsored Projects Administration

                  Davis, Deborah K., Director, Office of Sponsored Projects
                      Administration, effective 7/1/94.

                  Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate
                  Studies

                  Keach, Donald G., Manager, Intellectual Properties,
                      effective 7/1/94.




 




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          B.  JOINT APPOINTMENT

                  University Libraries

                  Hale, Gracie, Librarian IV, Equine Information
                      Specialist/Technical Services Librarian, Equine
                      Center Library, joint appointment as Librarian IV,
                      College of Agriculture, Equine Information Specialist/
                      Technical Services Librarian, effective 7/1/94 through
                      6/30/95.


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                            COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.    BOARD ACTION

      A.    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                  Owensboro Community College

                  Jakway. Julia M., appointed Dean for Business Affairs,
                         71/5/94.

                  Paducah Community College

                  Wood, Paul, Professor in the Community College System
                         (with tenure), appointed Chair, Division of Humanities
                         and Related Technologies. 811/94 through 6/30/97.

                  Office of the Chancellor

                  Legg, Hilda G., appointed Director of Rural Development
                        Center, 916/94.

      B.    EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Office of the Chancellor

                  Liddle, Julia A., Data Coordinator Pr., Student Recordi,
                         (under AR II-1.6-1 Section trI.A.2), follcwiug 24.3
                         consecutive years of service, 9h'-194.

                  Jefferson Community College

                  Brown, Neal H., Operations Superintendent, (under
                         AR II-1.6-1 Section 11I.A.2), following 15 consecutive
                         years of service, 8/31/94.
                  Hemdahl-Owen, Ann V., Professor in the Community College
                         System (with tenure), (under AR 11-1.6-1 Section
                         11.A.2), following 17 consecutive years of service,
                         6/30/94.

      C.    POST-RETrRE!ENT APPEOINTMENTS

                   Hookinsville Community College

                   Walker, Donald C., Associate Professor in the Community
                         College System, part-time, 8/17194 through
                         6/30/95.

II.   ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

      A.,   AQADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                   Transfer from Hopkinsville Community College
                   to Elizabethtown Community College

                   Morain, Darla K., Assistant Professor in the Community
                         College System, 7/1194 thrcugh 6/33/i5.




 





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Transfer from Hazard Community College
to Lexington Community College

Isaac, Rebecca, Instructor in the Community College
      System, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

Ashland Community College

Frye, Bettie E., Librarian IV in the Community College
      System, 5/23/94 through 6/30/94.
Leake, Richard A., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.

Elizabethtown Community College

Huccaby, Perry A., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.

Hazard Community College

Adkins, Winston E., Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Asher, Mable, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Begley, Jessica A., Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Coleman, Roger, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Fryatt, Tracy C., Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Glover, Marie, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Holbrook, Kenny, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/l/94 through 7/30/97.
Land, Sabrina, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Nixon, Angie, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Pilkenton, Joseph M., Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Popp, Georgina, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Potter, Marsha, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.
Swecker, Steve, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/l/94 through 7/30/97.
Wampler, Randy L., Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/l/94 through 7/30/97.
Wells, Patricia, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 8/1/94 through 7/30/97.




 




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Henderson Community College

Hawa, Randa S., Instructor in the Community College System,
      8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
Odom, James A., Instructor in the Community College System,
      8/1/94 through 6/30/95.

Hopkinsville Community College

Lancaster, Kay, Instructor in the Community College
      System, 7/l/94 through 6/30/95.

Jefferson Community College

Godwin, Virginia M., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Milburn, Richard, Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
Sampson, Michael L., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.

Lexington Community College

Liles, Tammy J., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Stephens, Jamie, Instructor in the Community College
      System (voluntary), 7/1/94 through 6/30/97.
Story, John E., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Whitescarver, Shirley A., Instructor in the Community
      College System, 811/94 through 5/31/95.

Madisonville Community College

Barnett, Sherry D., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.

Paducah Community College

Adkins, Rhonda, Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.

Prestonsburg Community College

Bremer, Timmy G., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Cole, Elizabeth M., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 7/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Fleming, Christopher G., Instructor in the Community
      College System, 8/l/94 through 6/30/95.
Salyer, Bertie 0., Instructor in the Community College
      System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
Vierheller, Thomas L., Assistant Professor in the Community
      College System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.




 




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            Somerset Community College

            Lewis, Kathy, Instructor in the Community College System,
                  8/1/94 through 5/31/95.
            Sargent, Steve, Assistant Professor in the Community College
                  System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
            Taylor, Ada M., Assistant Professor in the Community College
                  System, 7/1/94 through 6/30/95.

            Southeast Community College

            Austin, Marlisa R., Instructor in the Community College
                  System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
            Gibson, Gary Lee, Instructor in the Community College
                  System, 8/1/94 through 6/30/95.
            Mackellar, Laurie A., Librarian IV in the Community College