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        Minutes of the fleeting of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky, M~onday, June 24, 1985.


        The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 9
a.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) on Monday, June 24, 1985 in the Board
Room on the l8th Floor of the Patterson Office Tower on tile Lexington
Campus .

        A.    Meeting Opened and Acting Secretary Elected

        Mr. Robert T. McCcwan, Chairman, called the meeting to order
at 9:02 a.m., and the invocation was pronounced by ilr. T. A. Lassetter.

        The Chairman, in the absence of the Secretary of the Board of
Trustees, Mr. George W. Griffin, appointed Mr. William R. Black as
Acting Secretary of the Board of Trustees.

        B.    Roll Call

        The following members of the Board of Trustees answered the
call of the roll:  Mir. Robert T. McCowan (Chairman), Mr. Thomas P.
Bell, Mr. William R. Black, Professor Timothy A. Cantrell, Governor
Albert Benjamin Chandler (Honorary Trustee), Mr. Albert G. Clay, Mr.
Tracy Farmer, Mrs. Edythe Jones Hayes, Mr. Henry E. Hershey, Milr.
Brereton C. Jones, Mr. R. Larry Jones, Mr. T. A. Lassetter, Mr. W.
Bruce Lunsford, Mr. James L. Rose, and Professor Constance P. Wilson.
Absent from the meeting were Mr. Timothy B. Freudenberg, Mr. Ronald G.
Geary, Mr. George W'. Griffin, Professor James D. Kemp, Mr. Frank
Ramsey, and Mr. Bobby Watson.  The University administration was
represented by President Otis A. Singletary; Mr. James 0. King, Vice
President for Administration; Chancellors Peter P. Bosomworth, Art
Gallaher, and Charles T. Wethington; Dr. Raymond R. Hornback, Vice
President for University Relations; Mr. Henry Clay Ogden, Controller
aid Treasurer; Mr. Edward A. Carter, Associate Vice President for
Planning and Budget; Dr. Wimberly C. Royster, Vice Chancellor for
Research and Dean of the Graduate School; and Dr. Paul G. Sears,
Special Assistant for Academic Affairs.   Members of the various news
media were also in attendance.   A quorum being present, the Chairman
declared the meeting officially open for the conduct of business at
9:10 a.m.

        C.    Minutes Approved

        On motion made by M1r. Rose, seconded by Professor Cantrell and
passed, the Minutes of the May 7, 1985 fleeting of the Board of
Trustees and the Minutes of the June 7, 1985 Special Called Meeting of
the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Kentucky were approved as Written.




 





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        D.    Nominating Committee Appointed

        Mr. McCowan appointed f1r. Frank Ramsey, Mlr. William R. Black,
Mr. Larry Jones, Mr. T. A. Lessetter, and Professor Constance P.
Wilson to serve as the Ni~oinating Committee to recommend officers of
the Board and members of the Executive Committee of tile Board for
1985-86.  Mr. Ramsey will chair the committee, and its report will be
presented to the Board of Trustees at the meeting on September 17,
1985.

        E.    Mr. Timothv B. Freudenberg Recognized

        Mr. McCowan expressed appreciation for the contributions made
by Mr. Timothy Freudenberg during his tenure as Student Trustee and
extended best wishes on behalf of the Board.

        F.    President's Report to the Trustees

        President Singletary called attention to his monthly report to
the Trustees, copies of which Were distributed earlier, and
recommended that the report be accepted.   Without objection, it was so
ordered.

        G.    Governor Collins' Education Improvement Program

        President Singletary indicated his "wholehearted support" of
the Governor's school-improvement proposals, and urged the Trustees to
give their support publicly to those plans.   He then read the
following statement:

              For the past ten or twelve days, one of the principal
        topics of conversation among Kentuckians has been the future
        of our public schools.

              The reason for this unaccustomed talk about schools
        lies, of course, in the announcement by Governor Collins
        of her plans for improving the State's system of public
        education and her proposals for financing those improvements.
        Let me say that I welcome the Governor's announcement and
        the widespread public attention that it has prompted.

               It should be thoroughly understood that every
        Kentuckian has a stake in the Governor's proposed up-
        grading of our educational system,

               It now has been a full twenty-five years since Pro-
        fessor Tom Clark, then head of the U.K. History Department,
        observed that "Kentuckians must be prepared to perform
        highly technical services if they are to compete successfully
        with people from other states."   "Heretofore," wrote Dr.
        Clark, "we have thought in the outworn frontier terms
        that every Kentuckian could find his niche if he worked
        hard enough with his muscle."   That is no longer true,
        Dr. Clark noted in 1960.   "The specialist and the machine
        have displaced muscle," he wrote.   If that was the case
        a quarter of a century ago, when Dr. Clark first sounded
        the Warning, it is demonstrably more so today.




 









             Although Governor Collins' plan focuses upon
       elementary and secondary schools, it will ultimately pro-
       vide a sound undergirding for the State's entire system
       of public education, from kindergarten through the uni-
       versity. While the primary emphasis is on elementary and
       secondary education, Governor Collins did recognize the
       need for more adequate funding for higher education.

              Let us remember that all boats rise on a high tide.
        If the tide that is running today in Kentucky will reach
        the elementary and secondary schools before it reaches the
        universities, it is nonetheless beneficial for all of us.

              I am pleased at the opportunity to offer my whole-
        hearted support to the Governor's school-improvement
        proposals.  Moreover, I would urge you members of the
        Board of Trustees--both as private citizens who are not
        without influence in your respective communities, and
        as men and women who manifestly are interested in the
        advancement of education--to publicly give your support
        to those plans.

        Mr. Brereton Jones said he would like to go on record as
supporting Governor Collins' program.   Following a brief discussion
during which a number of Trustees also expressed their approval of the
Governor's proposal, Mr. Jones moved that the Board of Trustees
endorse the Governor's Education Improvement Program.   His motion was
seconded by Mr. Hershey and unanimously carried.

        H.    Consortium for Fossil Fuel Liquefaction Science

        President Singletary announced that the U. S. Department of
Energy has accepted the Institute of Mining and Minerals Research
proposal for the establishment of a Consortium for Fossil Fuel
Liquefaction Science.  He informed them that the University expects a
grant to be made subsequently.   The level of funding is anticipated to
be $980,000 for the first year with an increase to $6 million per year
by the third year of a five-year program.

        I.    Personnel Actions  (PR 2)

        In recommending that the appointments and staff changes in PR
2 be approved, President Singletary called attention to two items:
(1) a leave of absence for C. Leslie Dawson, Director, Management and
Organizational Analysis, for special assignment with state government
for one year, effective May 10, 1985, and (2) a change in title for
Robert A. Babbage, Jr. from Assistant to the President to Director of
the Equine Research Foundation, effective July 1, 1985.    President
Singletary explained that the Equine Research Foundation is the
fund-raising arm of the Equine Research Center and that Mr. Babbage's
role is to head the fund-raising drive of the Foundation. He also
pointed out that Mr. Babbage will have no responsibility for the
programs in the Research Center.   On motion made by Mr. Larry Jones,
seconded by Mr. Black and passed unanimously, the appointments and
staff changes recommended in PR 2 were approved.   (See PR 2 at the end
of the Minutes.)




 







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       J.    Supplemental Recommendations of the President   (PR 3A)

       T here were no supplemental recommendations.

       K.    Proposed Amendment to the Governing Regulations   (PR 3B)

       President Singletary recommended that the proposed amendment
to the Governing Regulations of the University of Kentucky as
presented in PR 3B be received for consideration and placed on the
agenda for action at the next regular meeting of the Board of
Trustees. On motion made by 'Mr. Clay, seconded by Mr. Brereton Jones
and passed, it was so ordered.  (See PR 3B at the end of the Minutes.)

        L.    Appointments to the Board of Directors of the University
of Kentucky Research Foundation (PR 3C)

        President Singletary recommended that approval be given to (1)
the appointment of Mr. Vernon Winkle (citizen member) and (2) the
reappointment of Mr. Thomas Bell (Board of Trustees miember) and Dr.
Fred Zechman (faculty member) to the Board of Directors of the
University of Kentuckv Research Foundation for three-year terms ending
in 1988.  Mr. Black so moved.  His motion was seconded by Mr. Clay and
unanimously carried. (See PR 3C at the end of the Minutes.)

        M.    Operating Budget for 1985-86   (PR 3D)

        In opening his budget presentation, President Singletary
informed the Trustees that the proposed expenditure level of of $455.7
million represents an increase of $32.2 million (7.6 percent) over
the 1984-85 Operating Budget. Using a series of charts, he reviewed
the major sources of income, expenditures by program, and history of
faculty salaries relative to the University's benchmark institutions.
He pointed out that Lexington Campus and Medical Center salaries are
projected to fall $3,116 below the median of the benchmark
institutions in 1985-86 and the Community Colleges faculty salaries
will fall $2,694 below their benchmark median. He said, "At the very
time when the quality of our student body is improving substantially
beyond the national averages, and far beyond that of other Kentucky
institutions, we find ourselves least capable of supporting our
existing faculty at a competitive salary level, or of recruiting new
high quality faculty members. The rapid deterioration in our relative
faculty salary position is accompanied by a similar salary problem
with our support staff." He reminded the Trustees that the faculty
salary problem has been a priority with him for years and added that
it continues to be the most pressing internal problem of the
institution.

        Following his presentation, President Singletary stated that
he believes the budget to be consistent with the Five Year Plan and
with the dollars appropriated for the University by the 1984 General
Assembly. President Singletary then recommended approval of the
1985-86 Operating Budget. Mr. Farmer so moved. His motion was
seconded by Mir. Hershey.




 









        Several members of the Board expressed concern about the
erosion of faculty salaries in relation to the benchmark schools.
President Singletary explained that the statutory three percent cap
and the limited increase of State appropriations made it impossible
for the University to improve its standings. He repeated that
improvement of faculty salaries has consistently been his top priority
for the institution and added that were the cap to be removed he would
reviews the budget for any possible reallocations to support salaries.

        The question was called. The motion weas voted on and
unanimously carried.  (See PR 3D at the end of the Minutes.)

        IN.   Commendation on 'Management of University Hospital

        Mr. Black, Chairman of University of Kentucky Council of
Supervisors, commended Chancellor Peter P. Bosomworth and Hr. Frank A.
Butler and his staff for the tremendous improvement in the management
of University Hospital. He reported that a few years ago the
financial picture was distressing and the problems were mounting much
faster than the solutions. He added that under the supervision of Dr.
Bosomworth and iHr. Butler and his staff, there has been a tremendous
turn around and today the picture is entirely different.   He then
recommended that the Board commend them for the improvements and the
efficient management of University Hospital.   Mr. ?icCowan thanked Hlr.
Black for his comments and asked that they be so recorded in the
Minutes. On motion made by Professor Cantrell, seconded by Mr.
Brereton Jones and passed, it was so ordered.


        0.    Appointment of Director, Hazard Community College (PR 4A)

        Upon the recommendation of Chancellor Wethington and with the
concurrence of President Singletary, Professor Cantrell moved that Dr.
G. Edward Hughes be named Director of the Hazard Community College,
effective August 1, 1985.  The motion weas seconded by sr. Larry Jones
and unanimously carried. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

        P.    Appointment to University of Kentucky/Business
Partnership Foundation (PR 5A)

        President Singletary recommended that approval be given to the
appointment of W. T. Young to membership on the Board of Directors of
the University of Kentucky/Business Partnership Foundation for a
four-year term beginning July 1, 1985 and ending June 30, 1989.    H1r.
Lunsford so moved. His motion was seconded by ir. Farmer and
unanimously carried. (See PR 5A at the end of the Minutes.)

        Q.    Patent Assignments   (PR 5D) and Correction of
Inventorship in Patent Assignment (PR 5C)

        With President Singletary so recommending, Mr. Farmer moved
approval of the patent assignments in PR 5B and the correction of
inventorship in the patent assignment as presented in PR 5C.    His
motion was seconded by Mr. Rose and passed without dissent.    (See PR
5B and PR 5C at the end of the Minutes.)




 






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        R.   Approval of Agreement Between University of Kentucky and
University of Kentucky Student Agencies, Incorporated   (PR 5D)

        Dean Joseph T. Burch commented briefly on the University of
Kentucky Student Agencies and indicated the program which has now been
in effect for three years was moderately successful during 1984-85.
He said the program provides a good working experience for the
students. On motion made by Mr. Lassetter, seconded by Mr. Hershey
and carried, the Board approved the agreement between the University
of Kentucky Board of Trustees and the University of Kentucky Student
Agencies, Incorporated.  (See PR 5D at the end of the Minutes.)

        S.   Acceptance of Gift from the Lucille P. Malarkey Charitable
Trust (PR 6A)A

        On motion made by Or. Brereton Jones, seconded by Professor
Cantrell and unanimously carried, the Board accepted the gift of $3.1
million from the Lucille P. Hlarkey Charitable Trust, and authorized
the Treasurer to transfer $1,073,781 of the aforesaid SLuM to the
Ephraim McDowell Cancer Research Foundation to be used to effectuate
the purpose of the gift. (See PR 6A at the end of the Minutes.)

        T.    Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Nursing  (PR 6B)

        With President Singletary so recommending, Professor Wilson
moved that the Board approve for submission to the Council on Higher
Education a new doctoral degree program, Doctor of Philosophy Degree
in Nursing. Professor Wilson's motion was seconded by Mr. Black and
passed without dissent.  (See PR 6B at the end of the Minutes.)

        U.    Establishment of Department of Physician Assistant
Studies (PR 6CT

        Without discussion, on motion made by Professor Wilson,
seconded by Mr. Bell and carried, the Board authorized the
establishment of the Department of Physician Assistant Studies. (See
PR 6C at the end of the Minutes.)

        V.    Abolition of Department of Dental Hygiene  (PR 6D)

        President Singletary recommended that the Board authorize the
abolition of the Department of Dental Hygiene. The motion, which was
made by Mr. Black and seconded by Mr. Clay, passed without dissent.
(See PR 6D at the end of the Minutes.)

        W.    Amendment of Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the
Medical Staff,7University Hospital  (PR GE)

        With Chancellor Bosomworth so recommending and with the
concurrence of President Singletary, Mr. Black moved approval of the
proposed amendment to the Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Medical
Staff, University Hospital, as presented in PR 6E. Mr. Black's motion
was seconded by Mr. Clay and carried. (See PR 6E at the end of the
Minutes.)




 





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        X.   Approval for the Construction of the Dorothy Enslow
Combs Cancer Research Facility (PR 6F)

        Mr. Brereton Jones moved that the Board of Trustee- approve
the construction of the Dorothy Enslow Combs Cancer Research Facility
on the Medical Center Campus by the Ephraim McDowell Cancer
Foundation, Incorporated, using private funds.  His motion was
seconded by Mr. Larry Jones and unanimously carried.  (See PR 6F at
the end of the Mi nutes.)

        Y.   Agreement Between the University of Kentucky and
Kentucky Medical Services Foundation  (PR 6G)

        Chancellor Bosomworth explained that the termis in the document
are essentially the same as those in the agreement approved by the
Board on June 19, 1984.  He added that the document has been updated
to reflect dates in the new contract period and to revise the dollar
amounts due the University under Sections 5.C. and 18.A.  He also
informed the Trustees that the amount for professional liability
insurance is incomplete because the University to this date has not
received bids for its excess umbrella insurance.  The University is
pursuing the purchase of the excess insurance and KN1SF will bear 48.45
percent of the total cost.

        Nr. Black moved approval of the agreement between the Board of
Trustees of the University of Kentucky and Kentucky Medical Services
Foundation, Incorporated as presented in PR 6G.  Mr. Black's motion
was seconded by Professor Cantrell and carried without dissent.   (See
PR 6G at the end of the Minutes.)

        Z.   Final Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory
Committee--University of Kentucky/University of Louisville Merger

        Mr. McCowan asked Mr. Clay to assume the Chair.  The Chair
recognized Mr. McCowan, Chairman of the Ad Hoc Advisory
Committee--University of Kentucky/University of Louisville Merger.
Mr. McCowan reminded the Trustees that the ad hoc committee was
appointed approximately one year ago to assist the President in
responding to the resolution of the Council on Higher Education
regarding a common governance structure for the University of Kentucky
and the University of Louisville.  He reported that the committee held
five scheduled meetings throughout the year and, at its meeting on the
morning of June 24, approved the Final Report.  Mr. McCowan then read
the committee report (copy attached), following which he moved
adoption. The motion was seconded by Professor Wilson and unanimously
carried. (See Final Report at the end of the Minutes.)

        AA.   Interim Financial Report  (FCP 1)

        Mr. Clay said that the Finance Committee did not meet today
since the items on the agenda were routine.  lie then moved that the
University of Kentucky Financial Report for the ten months ended April
30, 1985 be accepted.  The motion which was seconded by Mr. Larry
Jones, and it was so ordered.  (See FCR I at the end of the Minutes.)




 





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        BB.  Disposal of Personal Property   (FCR 2)

        Mr. Clay moved, and Mr. Rose seconded, that the Board approve
the disposition of obsolete and surplus equipment as recommended in
FCR 2.  The motion carried without dissent.  (See FCR 2 at the end of
the M,,inutes.)

        CC.   Report on Leases  (FCR 3)

        Noting that the leases in FCR 3 did not exceed $20,000 in
value, Mr. Clay moved that the Board accept the report as
recommended. The motion was seconded by Mr. Black, and it was so
ordered.  (See FCR 3 at the end of the Minutes.)

        DD.   Capital Construction Report (FCR 4)

        Mr. Clay recommended and so moved that the capital
construction report for the nine months ending March 31, 1985 be
accepted.  His motion was seconded by Mr. Lassetter and passed without
dissent.  (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

        EE.  Contracts with Administrative Officers

        Mr. Clay moved that the Chairman of the Board he authorized to
negotiate and execute contracts with the administrative officers
providing for the terms and conditions of their employment and
benefits.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Farmer and passed without
dissent.

        FF.   Land-Use Committee Meeting

        Mr. Clay announced that the Land-Use Committee would meet in
Room C immediately following the Board meeting.  He also indicated
that the Committee hopes to present its report at the Board meeting
scheduled in August.

        GG.   Resolution Commending President Singletary

        The Chair recognized Mr. Bell who voiced his concern over
recent newspaper articles concerning President Singletary and the
University. Mr. Bell moved that the Board adopt a resolution
recognizing President Singletary's excellent leadership in the past
and expressing its full support and confidence in his continued
leadership.  Mr. Bell's motion was seconded by Mr. Farmer and
unanimously carried.

        President Singletary expressed his appreciation and thanks to
Mr. Bell for his comments and to the Board for the Resolution.

        HH.   Faculty Members Recognized

        Professor Wilson recognized the large number of faculty in
attendance and said their presence indicates the level of concern held
by faculty about the draft of the Council on Higher Education
Strategic Plan.  She recommended faculty involvement in responding to
the Council's attack on the University.




 





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        II.  Resolution --Council on Higher Education Draft of
Strategic Plan

        President Singletary discussed the newspaper stories about the
first draft of the Council on Higher Education Strategic Plan and
expressed his serious concern about the implications of the draft for
the University of Kentucky.  Mr. McCowan also voiced concern about the
draft and read the following resolution:

              WHEREAS, the Council on Higher Education has
        circulated a draft of its Strategic Plan in which
        are included several proposals that are directly
        damaging to the University of Kentucky (e.g., a
        recommended action to close the University of
        Kentucky College of Dentistry and a proposal to
        either dismantle the University of Kentucky
        Community College System or to remove it alto-
        gether from the administrative supervision of the
        University of Kentucky Doard of Trustees); and,

              WHEREAS, the Plan, as circulated can only be
        interpreted as harmful to the present operation and
        future prospects of the University; and,

              WHEREAS, no assurances have been forthcoming
        from Council staff or members that these specific
        provisions will not be included in the final plan;
        and,

              WHEREAS, it appears that the Commonwealth's
        principal university for statewide instruction,
        research and public service is being singled out
        for potential dismemberment without regard to
        quality of performance;

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by this Board
        of Trustees that any such proposals to dismantle the
        University of Kentucky are unacceptable to the Board
        and will be vigorously opposed.  The Board directs the
        administration to make its position known throughout
        the Commonwealth;

              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Board hereby
        urges the Council on Higher Education to exercise
        its leadership to foster and promote higher education
        rather than to create unnecessary divisiveness and
        conflict. The Council's Strategic Plan should be a
        positive document that will serve to unify support
        for the enhancement of quality education;

              FURTHER, it is directed that a copy of this
        resolution be forwarded to each member of the Council
        on Higher Education and to the Governor of the
        Commonwealth.




 






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        Several of the Trustees spoke in favor of the resolution,
following which Mr. Bell moved adoption. The motion was seconded by
Mr. Clay and unanimously carried.

        JJ.   Meeting Adjourned

        There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at
11:15 a.m.

                                    Respectfully submitted,



                                    William R. Black
                                    Acting Secretary
                                    Board of Trustees




(PR'2, 3B, 3C, 3D, 4A, 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6E, 6F, and 6G;
Final Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Committee--UK/U of L Merger; and
FCR's 1, 2, 3, and 4 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of
the meeting.)



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Office of the
JLiune 24, 1 985



President



Members, Board of Trustees:


                          Personnel Actions

Recommendation: (1) that approval be given to the attached
appointments 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 _/        Disapproved

Date:               .    _ __4, 1985

0197D



Other




 

















CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



I.    BOARD ACTION

     A.    CHANGE

            President's Office



           Babbage, Robert A., Jr., from Assistant to the President, to
              Director of the Equine Research Foundation, effective
              July 1, 1985.





II.   ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

      A-    LEAVE OF ABSENCE

            Business Services



Dawson, C. Leslie, Director, Management and Organizational
  Analysis, leave of absence for special assignment with
  state government for one year, effective May 10, 1985.




 











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                      COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM


I.  BOARD ACTION

    A.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

              Jefferson Community College

              Cleveland, Virginia B., Associate Professor in the
                   Community. College System (with tenure), appointed
                   Chairman, Division of Social and Behavioral
                   Sciences and Related Technologies, 7/1/85 through
                   6/30/88.

              Schweitzer, Janet, Associate Professor in the Community
                   College System (with tenure), appointed Chairman,
                   Division of Natural Sciences, 7/1/85 through
                   6/30/88.

              Maysville Community College

              Story, Lloyd E., Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), appointed Chairman,
                    Division of Science and Related Technologies,
                    7/1/85 through 6/30/88.

               Paducah Community College

               Ro, Chun W., Professor in the Community College System
                    (with tenure), appointed Chairman, Division of
                    Social Science, Business and Related Technologies,
                    7/1/85 through 6/30/88.

               Wood, Kathy H., Professor in the Community College
                    System (with tenure), appointed Chairman, Division
                    of Humanities and Related Technologies, 7/1/85
                    through 6/30/88.

     B.   REAPPOINTMENTS



Caple, Edna, Librarian I in the Community College
     System (voluntary), 8/1/85 through 6/30/86.



Elizabethtown Community College




 









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    C.   CHANGES

              Lexington Community College

              Blake, Robert J., Associate Professor in the Community
                    College System (with tenure), change in assignment
                    from Acting Associate Director for Academic
                    Affairs to Chairman, Division of Physical Sciences
                    and Engineering Technologies, 7/1/85 through
                    6/30/86.

II. ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

    A.   ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

               Prestonsburg Community College

               Sims, Kathy P., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/1/85 through 6/30/86.
               Sims, Thomas R., Instructor in the Community College
                    System, 8/1/85 through 6/30/86.

     B.   ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

               Lexington Community College

               Edwards, Allen G., Assistant Professor in the Community
                    College System and Associate Director for Academic
                    Affairs, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.

     C.   JOINT APPOINTMENTS

               Hazard Community College

               Collins, Gwen, Instructor in the Community College
                    System, joint appointment as Instructor at
                    Southeast Community College, 7/1/85 through
                    6/30/86.
               Combs, Donna, Instructor in the Community College
                    System, joint appointment as Instructor at
                    Southeast Community College, 7/1/85 through
                    6/30/86.

               Southeast Community College

               Guyn, H. Katherine, Assistant Professor in the
                    Community College System, joint appointment
                    as Assistant Professor at Hazard Community
                    College, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.




 






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          Saylor, Ellen W., Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, joint appointment
               as Assistant Professor at Hazard Comnunity
               College, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
         Wiens, Arlene G., Instructor in the Community College
               System, joint appointment as Instructor at
               Hazard Community College, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.

D.   REAPPOINTMENTS

          Ashland Community College

          Albert, Georgia Cotton, Assistant Professor in the
               Community College System, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
          Barnett, Lysbeth, Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
          Bryson, Albert .., Librarian III in the Community
               College System, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
          Christian, Janice, Instructor in the Community College
               System, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
          Curran, Alice E., Assistant Professor in the Community
               College System, 7/1/85 through 6/30/86.
          Elliott, Terry G., Instructor in the Community College