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      Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky, Tuesday May 3, 1994.

       The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky met at 1:00
p.m. (Lexington time) on Tuesday, May 3, 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 Mr. Martin
Welenken.

       B.    Roll Call

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

       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 1:04 p.m.

       C.    Meeting Dat s Established

       Governor Breathitt called attention to the Schedule for Meetings of
the Board of Trustees for 1994-95. He noted that the dates for the
statutory meetings could not be changed and asked if anyone had a reason
to reconsider the other dates. He then indicated that the proposed
1994-95 schedule was adopted. (See copy of dates at the end of the
Minutes.)

       D.    ApyrovalipfMinute

       Governor Breathitt said that the Minutes of the April 5, 1994
meeting had been distributed and asked for a motion of approval. On
motion made by Mr. Shoopt seconded by Mr. Ulmer and carried, the Minutes
were approved.




 





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      E.    Resolution in  emoriam - John C. Darsie. Jr.

      Governor Breathitt read the following Resolution on the death of
John C. Darsie, Jr.:

      WHEREAS, John C. Darsie, Jr. served the University of Kentucky as
      General Counsel for almost 30 years, until his untimely death at
      Anstruther Farm, the Woodford County home he loved so well, and

      WHEREAS, as General Counsel, he provided wise, dedicated service
      to five University Presidents and seven Chairmen of the Board of
      Trustees, through the terms of eight Governors of the Commonwealth
      of Kentucky, and

      WHEREAS, he was expert in a wide variety of legal issues specific
      to the University community, and his counsel was in the tradition
      of the highest standards of the legal profession, and

      WHEREAS, his keen legal mind and unflinching devotion to the
      University were important factors during the period of significant
      growth the University experienced over the three decades of his
      tenure, and

      WHEREAS, while acting as counsel to the Board of Trustees and the
      Presidents, his allegiance to the University of Kentucky was
      unswerving and unsurpassed, and he endeavored always to act in the
      best interest of the institution,

      NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the University of Kentucky
      Board of Trustees on this third day of May, 1994, does hereby
      recognize the excellent wisdom, service and counsel and does honor
      the memory and friendship of JOHN C. DARSIE, JR. and directs that
      this Resolution be spread upon the Minutes of this meeting, and
      that a copy be presented to members of his family.

      Dr. Plattner said that "Mr. Darsie was a very fortunate man for he
got to do for a living what a lot of us would like to do for life, and
that is to have been associated with his alma mater in a place that he
loved." She said that he brought to his job every bit of excellence and
ethics that anyone could have ever offered to their university.

       On motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the
Resolution was adopted.

       President Wethington said that John Darsie did give his
professional life to the University. He loved his work, and he did an
exceptionally fine job as Legal Counsel for the University of Kentucky.
He said that John will be deeply missed by everyone, both for his
professional contributions and his personal friendship and kindness.
President Wethington said that he was delighted that the Board took action
to pass a Resolution in honor of John C, Darsie, and it was his privilege
to speak in support of the Resolution. He said that a copy of the
Resolution would be sent to members of the family.




 





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

       President Wethington called attention to the following items in
PR 1:

       1.   UK alumna Bobbie Ann Mason, Kentucky novelist, short story
            writer and honorary degree recipient, will be the speaker at
            UK's 127th Commencement on May 8th at 2:30 p.m. in Memorial
            Coliseum. Jill Cranston, a graduating political science
            major from Marietta, Ohio, will speak as a representative of
            the Class of 1994.

       2.   The College of Medicine has been ranked among the top 10
             comprehensive medical schools in the United States for the
             fourth consecutive year.

       3.   UK alumni Richard Wayne Skaggs, James Caywood, and S. J.
             "Sam" Whalen were inducted into the Engineering Hall of
             Distinction at a ceremony held on April 22nd.

       4.    Louisville businessman W. Bruce Lunsford, a UK alumnus, has
             been selected "Business Leader of the Year" by the UK student
             chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, a national business and
             management honor society. Mr. Lunsford is President,
             Chairman of the Board and CEO of Vencor, Inc.

       5.    The longest all-plastic bridge in the United States will be
             designed, built and analyzed by UK engineers. The
             approximately 60 foot long pedestrian bridge will be located
             in the Daniel Boone National Forest.

       President Wethington asked that the Trustees review the other items
in the report at their leisure.

       G.    Personnel Actions (PR 21

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments, actions, and/or other staff changes which require Board
action; and that the report as it relates to appointments and changes
already approved by the administration be accepted. Mr. Chellgren moved
approval. His motion, seconded by Mrs. Bell, passed. (See PR 2 at the
end of the Minutes.)

       H.    Change in Name Qf School (PR 3A)

       President Wethington recommended that the Board of Trustees approve
the change in the name of the James W. Martin School of Public
Administration to James W. Martin School of Public Policy and
Administration. He said that the proposed name is a better reflection of
the broader mission and activities of the School. Mr. Ulmer moved
approval. Mrs. Weinberg seconded the motion and it carried. (See PR 3A
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       I.   Candidates for Degrees - Community College System (PR 4A)

       With President Wethington so recommending, Mr. Shoop moved that the
Board approve the awarding of degrees specified in PR 4A, upon
certification that the requirements for those degrees have been
satisfactorily completed. The motion, which was seconded by Professor
Sistarenik, passed. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

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

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

       K.    Change in Name Qf Prog  a   (PR 5B)

       President Wethington said that PR 5B is a recommendation that the
Board approve the change in the name of the program from Restaurant
Management to Hospitality Management.   He said that the proposed change is
to reflect better the broad mission of the degree program in the College
of Human Environmental Sciences. Mr. Chellgren so moved. The motion,
seconded by Mr. Shoop, passed. (See PR 5B at the end of the Minutes.)

       L.    Appointment to UniverstAysfLKentiucky Huma1nitietsF       in
(PR 5C)

       President Wethington stated that PR 5C is a recommendation that
approval be given to the appointment of Gloria Gaines Callen to membership
on the Board of Directors of the University of Kentucky Humanities
Foundation for a four-year term beginning with the April 1994 meeting. He
noted that Mrs. Callen was selected to serve as a public member of the
Board.  Mr. Wilcoxson moved approval.   His motion, seconded by Mr. Clay,
passed. (See PR 5C at the end of the Minutes.)

       M.    Appo in          .pointvents to University of Kentucky
Business Partnership Foun dtion (PR 5D)

       President Wethington recommended that approval be given to the
appointments of Carol M. Gatton, Margaret B. Haight, and James E. Rogers,
Jr. and the reappointments of Jeannette Davis, W. James Host, and R. Larry
Jones as members to the Board of Directors of the University of Kentucky
Business Partnership Foundation for four-year terms beginning immediately
and extending through the Spring 1998 Board meeting. Mr. Hardymon moved
approval.  Mr. Chellgren seconded the motion and it carried.    (See PR 5D
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       N.    Change in Name of Educational Unit   (PR 6A)

       President Wethington said that PR 6A is a recommendation that the
Board approve the change in the name of the Department of Rehabilitation
Medicine in the College of Medicine to the Department of Physical Medicine
and Rehabilitation. He said that this recommendation more clearly
identifies the orientation and service of the academic department and was
recommended for approval by the appropriate faculty bodies. Mrs. Sims
moved approval. Her motion, seconded by Mr. Shoop, carried. (See PR 6A
at the end of the Minutes.)

       0.    Change in Name of Educational Unit (PR 6B)

       President Wethington said that PR 6B is a recommendation that the
Board approve the change of the name of the Department of Physiology and
Biophysics in the College of Medicine to the Department of Physiology. He
reported that the recommendation has the necessary recommendations by the
various faculty bodies. Dr. Powell moved approval. Her motion was
seconded by Mr. Ulmer and passed. (See PR 6B at the end of the Minutes.)

       P.    APptanice of   nteri             Repr     o  the University of
Kentucky for the Nine Months EndedMirch 31. 1994 (FCR 1)

       Mr. Hardymon, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the
Finance Committee met at 11:00 a.m. and considered eleven items to present
to the Board. He said that FCR 1 is the Interim Financial Report for the
University of Kentucky for Nine Months ending March 31, 1994. He reviewed
the percentages of realized income and expenditures in the report and
recommended its approval. Mr. Ulmer seconded the motion and it carried.
(See FCR 1 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Q.    Resort Qf Lease (FCR 21

       Mr. Hardymon reviewed the lease agreement between the University of
Kentucky and Wilbert Perkins for property located on Route I in Frankfort,
Kentucky that involves College of. Agriculture research. He noted that the
lease does not exceed $30,000 in value and recommended that FCR 2 be
accepted.  His motion, seconded by Mr. Chellgren, passed.    (See FCR 2 at
the end of the Minutes.)

       R.    Approval of Lease (FCR 31

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FCR 3 recommends approval of a lease in
which the annual value is greater than $30,000 and must have approval of
the Board. He reviewed the lease for property located in the Helmwood
Plaza Shopping Center and reported that the lease is necessary because of
increased enrollment at Elizabethtown Community College. He explained
that the specific use of the space is to accommodate the Mobile Dental
Clinic. He recommended approval of FCR 3. The motion, seconded by Dr.
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       S.    Incentive Retirement Plan (FCR4)

       Mr. Hardymon provided background information about the incentive
retirement plan. He explained that the University is offering a one-time
window of opportunity, incentive retirement plan for tenured faculty in
the College of Dentistry. He said that the report by the Higher Education
Review Commission dated December 20, 1993 recommended that state general
fund appropriation for the College of Dentistry budget remain at 1993-94
levels for the 1994-96 period, and FCR 4 is the College of Dentistry's
proposed method of reducing the budget. He mentioned that it is an age
and years of service type of incentive retirement plan that is commonly
used in industry. He recommended approval. Dr. Meriwether seconded the
motion and it carried. (See FCR 4 at the end of the Minutes.)

       T.    1993-94 Budget Revisions (FCR 51

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FCR 5 is recommending the authorization
and approval of budget revisions for the quarter ending March 31, 1994.
He reviewed the income estimates, expenditures and restricted funds and
recommended that FCR 5 be approved. Mr. Wilcoxson moved approval and it
passed. (See FCR 5 at the end of the Minutes.)

       U.    M  datogrRegistrationJFegSchedule - I."4-95 (FCR 6)

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FCR 6 is the mandatory registration fee
schedule for 1994-95. He said that the recommended schedule represents a
six dollar increase over the 1993-94 mandatory fee schedule.  He noted
that the increased fees and reduction have been recommended and approved
by the Student Government Association. With the Finance Committee so
recommending, Mr. Hardymon moved that FCR 6 be approved. Dr. Meriwether
seconded the motion and it carried. (See FCR 6 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Mr. Dowdy acknowledged the responsible actions of the students to
support the increase. He provided the Board with copies of two
Resolutions relating to student health services that came through the
Student Government Association. He reported that Dr. Spencer Turner,
Director of University Health Service, had made a presentation to the
students and the students do indeed support the increase. He mentioned
that the students had actively been looking at every fee to insure the
need and noted that there was a decrease in one of the fees.

       President Wethington commended Mr. Dowdy and the students for their
extremely responsible approach to the increase in the student health fee,
He praised the students for looking at the entire fee schedule and not
just parts of it.

       V.    Confirmation of 1994-95 Tuiti nKhe dule (FCR 7)

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FCR 7 is a recommendation that the Board
confirm changes in the tuition schedule as adopted by the Council on
Higher Education (CHE) under KRS 164.020 and establish corresponding
part-time and summer school charges under the guidelines of the CHE.   He
reminded the Board that the CHE is empowered and charged with the
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institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth. He reviewed the
tuition schedule and recommended that it be confirmed.   The motion was
seconded by Mr. Shoop, and FCR 7 was confirmed.   (See FCR 7 at the end of
the Minutes.)

       W.    Room and Board Rates 1994-95 School Year (FCR 8

       Mr. Hardymon said that FCR 8 recommends that the room and board
rates for University Housing be adjusted according to the schedule
provided to become effective with the fall semester 1994. He noted a 5.3a
increase. He said that all of the areas are self-supporting, and no
general funds are used for room and board.   He pointed out that these
rates are lower than all but one of the benchmark schools.    He recommended
approval of FCR 8. Professor Mather seconded the motion and it carried.
(See FCR 8 at the end of the Minutes.)

       X.    5a Le o  rope ty  wmned byUn iversit   f Ki
Foundation in harlottesville, Virginia    (ECR 9)

       Mr. Hardymon stated that FOR 9 recommends that the University
approve the sale of property owned by the University of Kentucky Research
Foundation (UKRF) at 1008 Sheridan Avenue, Charlottesville, Virginia.     He
reminded the Board of this gift of property from David I. Carter to UKRF
on December 22, 1993. He said that the procedure will be for an
appraisal, a listing, and a sale of the property at the appraised value or
higher.  He recommended approval of FCR 9.   The motion, seconded by Mr.
Welenken, passed. (See FCR 9 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Y.    Grant of Eas-ement to Northeast WQo{dkrJ Water District fqr
Woodford County Farm (FOR 10)

       Mr. Hardymon moved that approval be given for the granting of a
water line easement to Northeast Woodford Water District across the
University's Woodford County Farm.   He reported that this is formerly the
Pin Oak Farm and the easement will be near the intersection of US 60 and
US 62.  He explained that the new 8" water line will be constructed inside
the University's farm fence along Midway Road and will provide better fire
protection service for the main body of the farm.    The motion was seconded
by Mr. Shoop and carried.   (See FCR 10 at the end of the Minutes.)

       Z.    Resolution of thgBfpard of Trusges of the University of
Kentucky Accepting theSuccessful Uid for the Purchase of University-gi
Kentucky Housing and Dining System Revenue Bonds, Series 0 (FCR 11)

       Mr. Hardymon reminded the Board of their approval at the April 5,
1994 meeting for the administration to ask for bids on $2.2 million of
revenue bonds for the housing area.   He reported that three bids were
received and J.J.B. Hilliard, W.L. Lyons, Inc. was the low bidder at a net
interest cost of 5.9270%.   He reported that these bonds received ALA
ratings by Moodys, and it was a very competitive bid.    He moved approval
of FCR 11. Mr. Ulmer seconded the motion, and it passed. (See FCR 11 at
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       AA.   Student Government Association Officers

       President Wethington noted that the newly elected Student
Government Association President and Vice President were in the audience
and asked Mr. Dowdy to introduce them.

       Mr. Dowdy introduced Thomas Arthur Jones, President, and Benny Ray
Bailey, Vice President, of the Student Government Association for
1994-95. He stated that both officers are from Kentucky.

       Governor Breathitt said that he appreciated the new leaders'
attendance at the Board meeting and said the Board looked forward to
working with them to make the University a better place for students.

       BB.  Mr. Dowdy's Comments

       Mr. Dowdy commented on some of the increases in cost for students
next year. He emphasized the need for everyone to work hard at keeping
these costs as low as possible. He said that some of the community
college students that he had recently met on a community college tour and
some of his fellow classmates were going to be "pushed to the limit." He
urged everyone to lobby much harder at the state level to keep the costs
low.

       Mr. Dowdy said that he did not understand why some of the fees are
brought to the Board and some are not. He specifically mentioned the
recently increased parking fee. He asked that someone elaborate on the
parking fee and explain why it did not need the Board's approval.

       President Wethington explained that the University sells permits
for parking on campus. The parking permit cost is not a mandatory fee.
Mandatory fees are presented to the Board for action.

       CC.   Meeting Adjourned

       There being no further business to come before the Board, the
meeting adjourned at 1:45 p.m.

                                       Respectfully submitted,



                                       Lois C. Weinberg
                                       Secretary
                                       Board of Trustees

(PR's 2, 3A, 4A, 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 6A, and 6B; and FCR's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 which follow are official parts of the Minutes of the
meeting.)



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                SCHEDULE FOR MEETINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                 1994-95




The following dates have been established for meetings of the Board of
Trustees for the 1994-95 fiscal year:


                          August 16, 1994

                          *September 20, 1994

                          October 25, 1994

                          *December 13, 1994

                          January 24, 1995

                          March 7, 1995

                          *April 4, 1995

                          *May 2, 1995

                          June 13, 1995





*Statutory Meeting



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                                                 Office of the President
                                                 May 3, 1994









Members, Board of Trustees:


                           PERSONNEL ACTIONS

Rgj,9npgndatiR: 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: MyX 3. 1994



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                           CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION



I.        QBOARD AMION

         A. RETIREMENT

                 Employee Benefits

                 Bryant, Anna Jean, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
                     after 25.50 consecutive years of service, under
                     AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 6i30/94.

                 Copeland, Gayle, Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
                     after 18.25 consecutive years of service, under
                     AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B, effective 7/31/94.

         C. EARLY RETIREMENTS

                 Employee Benefita

                 Slone, Norma L., Disabled Staff, Employee Benefits,
                     after 29.25 consecutive years of service, under
                     AR II-1.6-1 Section III.A.2, effective 4/30/94.

                 Publishing$ ervices

                 Tatman, William S., Printing Specialist IV, Printing
                     Services, after 41 consecutive years of service,
                     under AR II-1.6-i Section III.A.2, effective 6/17/94.

II.      ADMINISTRATIE ACTION

         A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

                 University Librarie

                 Hatfield, Deborah S., Librarian III (temporary,
                     without tenure), Lexmark Technical Library,
                     effective 4/1/94 through 6/30/94.


         B. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOIN0MEMTS

                   Fcultv  eoasPoy

                 Graddy, Dorothy, Educational Services Director,
                      Faculty Scholars Program, effective 4/1/94.

                  Interdisciplinarv Human Development Institute

                  Hales, Rene, Director of Administration,
                      Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute,
                      effective 3/22/94.




 





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          C. LEAVES OF ABSENCE

                  University Libraries

                  Shaw, Margaret M., Librarian II (with tenure),
                      Art Library, sabbatical leave with full pay,
                      effective 5/1/94 through 10/31/94.





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                           COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

I.    BOARD ACTION

      A.    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

                  Prestonsburg Community College

                  Azeem, Arif, Associate Professor in the Community College
                        System (with tenure), appointed Chair, Division of
                        Physical Sciences and Related Technologies, 7/l/94
                        through 6/30/97.
                  Napier, Barbara, Assistant Professor in the Community
                        College System, appointed Chair, Division of
                        Social Sciences and Related Technologies, 7/1/94
                        through 6/30/97.

      B.    PROMOTIONS

                  Jefferson Community College

                  Riley, Allan, from Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/94.

                  Somerset Community College

                  DeBerry, Jack, from Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/1/94.

                  Southeast Community College

                  Presley, John, from Associate Professor in the Community
                        College System (with tenure), to Professor in the
                        Community College System (with tenure), 7/l/94.

      C.    RETIREMENTS

                  Prestonsbura Community Collece

                  Weddle, Laura T., Professor in the Community College
                        System (with tenure), (under AR II-1.6-1 Section
                        III.B), following 28.75 consecutive years of
                        service, effective 6,'30,94.
                  Weddle, Leo F., Professor in the Community College System
                         (with tenure), (under AR II-1.6-1 Section III.B),
                         following 28.75 consecutive years of service,
                         effective 6/30/94.




 





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      D.    EARLY RETIREMENTS

                  Elizabethtown Community College

                  Lewis, Carol, Store Supervisor, (under AR II-1.6-1
                        Section III.A.2), following 19.25 consecutive
                        years of service, effective 6/30/94.

II.   ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION

      A.    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

            Mavsville Communitv College

                  Kendall, Kimberly, Instructor in the Community College
                        System, 3/10/94 through 6/30/94.

                  Paducah Community College

                  Abernathy, Kim, Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Calhoun, Jimmilynn, Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Cannon, Trudy, Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                  Close, Daniel J., Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                  Correa, Luis R., Instructor in the Community College
                        System (voluntary), 2/1/94 through 1/31/97.
                  Counts, Angela, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 2/1/94 through 1/3i/97.
                  Dunaway, Tina S., Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Gutfreund, Mark, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Harris, Vanessa, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Hawkins, James, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                  Hobgood, Vickie, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Jackson, Laura D., Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
                  Johnson, Sabrina C., Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                   Kuster, Teresa A., Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 2/1/94 through 1/31/97.
                   Leachman, Lori, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                   May, J. R., Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
                   Morton, Jena, Instructor in the Community College
                         System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.




 





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            Painter, Cyndi, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
            Parmer, Angie, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
            Petterson, Karen, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
            Pillow, Linda, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 2/1/94 through 1/31/97.
            Sanford, Lou Ann, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 2/1/94 through 1/31/97.
            Scott, Ruth H., Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/30/97.
            Solomon, Deborah, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.
            Weitlauf, Larry, Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 4/1/94 through 3/31/97.

            Somerset Community College

            Hargis, Angela A., Instructor in the Community College
                  System (voluntary), 3/23/94 through 3/23/96.

B.    LEAVES OF ABSENCE

            Ashland Community Colleae

            Coots, Kevin, Associate Professor in the Community
                  College System (with tenure), sabbatical leave
                  at one-half salary for the period, 7/1/94 through
                  6/30/95.
            Greene, Carol, Librarian II in the Community College
                  System (with tenure), sabbatical leave at full-
                  salary for the period, 6/15/94 through 8/15/94.




 





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                            LINGTON CAMPUS

I.       BOARD ACTION

         A. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

                 College of Arts and-Sciences

                 Farquhar, R