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27. BRUNO CORTIS, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning August 15, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $25,000.

28. ALFONSO ESCOBAR, Assistant Professor of Pedodontics, College of Dentistry, beginning September 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $20,000.

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29. ARTHUR D. HAKTMAN, Assistant Professor of Physiology, School of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973 (1Y), at an annual salary of $16,000.

30. BENJAMIN C. JOHNSON, Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, beginning December 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $28,500.

31. J O H N E. KOEPSELL, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning June 1, 1972 on one-fourth time (PY25), at an annual salary of $9,500.

32. NEIL ARNOLD KURTZMAN, Professor of Medicine, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning August 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $40,000.

33. CHANG-BOK L E E, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $25,000.

34. HELEN ISABEL MACRAE, Associate Professor of Medical-Surgical Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (A), at an annual salary of $16,000.

35. HAROLD M. MANFREDI, Associate Professor of Neurology, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on one-half time (PY50), at an annual salary of $15,000.

36. THOMAS W. MCNEILL, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1972 on one-fourth time (DY25), at an annual salary of $8,000.

37. ARMEN ZAREH MESROBIAN, Professor of Oral Diagnosis, College of Dentistry, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $25,000.

38. ALVIN L. MILLER, Assistant Professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, School of Public Health, beginning September 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $18,600.

39. BURTON MILLER, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1972 on one-fourth time (DY25), at an annual salary of $6,200.

40. ALFRED R. MOTT, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, College of Pharmacy, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $13,500.

41. RONALD L. NICHOLS, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1972 on one-fourth time (DY25), at an annual salary of $6,950.

42. MARY F. O ' N E I L L, Assistant Professor of Medical-Surgical Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $16,000.

43. CHARLES J. PARSHALL, J R., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning August 1, 1972 on one-half time (DY50), at an annual salary of $10,000.

44. VEERASAMY PILLAY, Associate Professor of Medicine, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning June 1, 1972 on 15/100 time (WY15), at an annual salary of $4,711.

45. INDRU P U N W A N I, Assistant Professor of Pedodontics, College of Dentistry, beginning September 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $20,000.

46. KENNETH M. ROSEN, Professor of Medicine, Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $35,000.

47. LUCILLE M. RYAN, Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $13,000.

48. KATHLEEN R. SCHARF, Assistant Dean of Counseling Services with the rank of Assistant Professor, Office of Student Affairs, beginning August 15, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $15,000.

49. EWALD T. SORENSEN, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning June 1, 1972, on one-fourth time (PY25), at an annual salary of $7,000.

50. JAMES W. WAGNER, Assistant Professor of Health Administration, School of Public Health, beginning July 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $22,000, and Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and Community Health.

51. LINDA K A Y WILLIAMS, Assistant Professor of Medical-Surgical Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $12,000.

Urbana-Champaign

52. H. STITH BENNETT, Assistant Professor of Sociology, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $12,500.

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53. C. ANDREW CARSON, Assistant Professor of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, beginning August IS, 1972 (3Y), at an annual salary of $18,500.

54. FRANK L. CHARTON, Assistant Professor of Geography, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $11,500.

55. SLOBODAN V. CURCIC, Assistant Professor of Architecture, beginning September 1, 1972 (2), at an annual salary of $11,700.

56. ARNE FALCK, Assistant Professor of German, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $10,500.

57. AMASSA C FAUNTLEROY, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $12,500.

58. CHARLES L. MCDONALD, Assistant Professor of Accountancy, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $14,500.





59. WILLIAM H. REDD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $14,000.

60. L o u i s J. RUBIN, Professor of Education, beginning September 1, 1972 (Q), at an annual salary of $24,200.

61. DUDLEY SHAPERE, Professor of Philosophy, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A ), at an annual salary of $27,000.

62. DECKER F. WALKER, Associate Professor of Elementary Education, beginning September 1, 1972 ( Q ), at an annual salary of $16,000.

63. MARTHA E. WILLIAMS, Professor of Library Administration, Library, and Research Professor, Coordinated Science Laboratory, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $28,000.

Visiting Staff

64. KENNETH J. CYPRA, Visiting Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods, Chicago Circle, beginning September 16, 1972 ( E ), at an annual salary of $14,200.

65. MARTIN M. FERGUSON, Visiting Assistant Professor of Oral Pathology, College of Dentistry, Medical Center, beginning September 1, 1972 ( D Y ), at an annual salary of $17,000.

66. I K E J. S. HUNG, Visiting Assistant Professor in Bioengineering Program, Chicago Circle, for the fall and winter quarters 1972-73 (G), at an annual salary of $8,000.

67. K E I T H R. JOHNSON, Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Chicago Circle, beginning September 1, 1972 ( D ), at an annual salary of $12,500.

68. SULEMAN AHMED MOOSA, Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance, Chicago Circle, for the academic year 1972-73 ( D ), at an annual salary of $14,000.

69. T. PARTHASARATHY, Visiting Associate Professor of Mathematics, Chicago Circle, beginning September 1, 1972 ( D ), at an annual salary of $13,500.

70. M A R I S RODGON, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Chicago Circle, beginning September 1, 1972 ( D ), at an annual salary of $11,800.

71. RICHARD N. SHERWIN, Visiting Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, Chicago Circle, for the academic year 1972-73 ( D ), at a salary of $11,000.

72. J O H N TEDESCHI, Visiting Professor of History, Chicago Circle, for the academic year 1972-73 on one-half time (E50), at an annual salary of $8,000.

73. J O H N A. TOWNROW, Visiting Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Chicago Circle, beginning September 1, 1972 ( D ), at an annual salary of $13,500.

74. P H I L I P P. ZINSMEISTER, Visiting Assistant Professor of Zoology, Urbana, for the academic year 1972-73 ( E ), at an annual salary of $12,200.

A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Staff

75. J A N E W. LOEB, Director of Admissions and Records and Assistant Professor of Psychology and Educational Psychology, Urbana, beginning September 1, 1972 (DY.5Y), at an annual salary of $20,300.

On motion of Mr. Howard, these appointments were confirmed.

N O N S A L A R I E D FACULTY O F T H E C O L L E G E O F MEDICINE

FOR 1 9 7 2 - 7 3 (10) On recommendation of the Executive Dean of the College of Medicine and the Chancellor at the Medical Center, I have approved appointments and reappointments to the nonsalaried faculty of the College of Medicine for the academic year 62 [September 20

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A M E N D M E N T O F STATUTES TO PROVIDE PROCEDURES

FOR N O N R E A P P O I N T M E N T O F PROFESSIONAL

EMPLOYEES OF THE UNIVERSITY

(12) For some years there has been concern on the part of the administration that the group of employees of the University generally characterized as "professional" be given adequate protection in situations of termination other than for due cause. Presently the Statutes of the University provide no such protection. These employees comprise a group for whom the provisions of Section 40 of the University Statutes (mainly relating to faculty) and the rules of the University Civil Service System of Illinois are inapplicable.

_ In order to provide a degree of equity analogous to that afforded other University employees, I recommend that the following addition to Section 38, "Principles Governing Employment of Academic and Administrative Staffs," of the University of Illinois Statutes1 be provisionally approved, with the stipulation that the Trustees defer final approval until the present action has been reported to the Senates and to the University Senates Conference — and because of the subject matter of this recommendation, to the professional advisory committee (or similar body) on each campus for their information and advice.

Section 38 (e) In the nonreappointment of a full-time employee for whom procedures under Section 40 of these Statutes, or under the rules of the University Civil Service System of Illinois, are not applicable: written notice of nonreappointment shall be given not later than March 1 preceding the end of the appointment year. The "appointment year" in all cases shall be construed to begin as of September 1 and to end on August 31, requiring either nine-months or twelve-months service.

If such notice is given later than March 1 in an appointment year, it shall be accompanied by an offer from the Board of Trustees of a terminal contract for an additional one-half of the next appointment year.

Notice of nonreappointment is not required for employees in the above categories whose current appointments are without salary or are conditional upon receipt of nonappropriated funds, e.g., grant or contract funds.

Excepted from the above provisions are the following administrative officers:

the President of the University; the chancellors and vice chancellors; the officers of the Board of Trustees who are University employees, and those others who are designated by the President as "general officers" of the University; the deans, directors, heads and chairmen of academic units.

O n motion of M r. Swain, the proposed addition to Section 38 of the

University Statutes was provisionally approved by the following vote:

Aye, M r. H o w a r d, M r. Hughes, Mr. Neal, M r. Pogue, Mr. Steger, M r.

S w a i n ; no, M r. Forsyth, Mr. H a h n ; absent, D r. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie.

CONTRACTS FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. PEORIA

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

(13) On June 17, 1970, the Board of Trustees established the Peoria School of Medicine of the University of Illinois College of Medicine. On June 16, 1971, a document of affiliation between the Peoria School of Medicine, the Peoria Board for Medical Education, Inc., and five established health care institutions in the Peoria community was approved. The affiliation agreement anticipated the interweaving of the resources of the University with the resources in the Peoria community to achieve the common goals of conducting programs of medical education, improving the quality and delivery of health care services, conducting research in health and health-related fields, and responding to other health-related needs of the community. The affiliation agreement provides that costs related to patient care are the responsibility of the institutions (hospitals);

costs related to medical education are a responsibility of the University of Illinois; and the division of financial responsibility is to be agreed upon in advance.

In accordance with the affiliation agreement, arrangements have proceeded In order to provide continuity of subject matter, it is proposed that the new subsection be designated 38 (e) and that the existing subsection 38 (e) be redesignated 38 (f).

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and appropriate supporting personnel. The medical staffs of the hospitals who are faculty members of the University of Illinois College of Medicine will organize, prepare, and carry out the instructional programs. Final responsibility for examination and promotion of students will reside with the University of Illinois College of Medicine.

The University of Illinois will reimburse each hospital at a fixed rate of $50,000 a year and a variable rate of $15.00 per professional hour with the total (fixed and variable rates) paid to the Metropolitan Chicago Group of Affiliated Hospitals not to exceed $1,286,580 in fiscal year 1972-73.

Funds are available in the operational budget of the College of Medicine.

The Executive Dean of the College of Medicine and the Chancellor at the Medical Center recommend authorization to enter into specific contractual agreements for fiscal year 1972-73 with each of the six hospitals.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Swain, authority was given as recommended by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Neal, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie.

ADDITIONAL HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS FOR THE SCHOOL

OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES, URBANA



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