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On motion of Mr. Swain, these minutes were approved as printed on pages 459 to 480 inclusive.
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
P R E S I D E N T ' S REPORTSThe Board considered the following reports and recommendations from the President of the University.
President Corbally presented a report on selected topics of current interest, copies of which were distributed at the meeting, and a copy was filed with the Secretary of the Board.
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dads Association
President Corbally gave the following report:
On Dads Day, November 11, the Dads Association of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will observe its golden anniversary. For fifty years this Association has carried on service activities and served as a liaison between students, parents, and the University.
This was the world's first such organization and today it is the largest.
Its services to the University have been many. They include: financing scholarships; sponsoring meetings for parents during the advance registration period on campus; sponsoring information meetings for the parents throughout the state; and, the most recent service, a self-service postal station located in the heart of the campus. The postal station will be dedicated on Dads Day as a part of the Association's anniversary program.
T h e Dads Association — and also the Mothers Association — have been very important to the University. They certainly have proved the statement "When a student becomes a part of the University family, the University becomes a part of the student's family."
Report on the Institute for Environmental Studies, Urbana At its September meeting, the Illinois Board of Higher Education gave "experimental approval" for an eighteen-month period to the Institute for Environmental Studies at the Urbana campus. At the end of that period, the campus will be required to report upon its progress and the University will seek full approval of the institute.
The institute initially will consist of three major segments: the Task Force in Heavy Metals; the Water Resources Center; and the Center for Human Ecology. Dr. Benjamin B. Ewing, Director of the Water Resources Center, will serve as Acting Director of the Institute, effective immediately, and until a search committee has made recommendations and a permanent director has been located.
Upon distribution of this report, President Corbally called on Chancellor Peltason who reported in detail on the provisions included in the proposal for the institute.
Report on Legislation — Senate Bill 1436 On September 7, 1972, Governor Ogilvie signed Senate Bill 1436 into law. In summary, this law provides that upon written petition of the chief executive officer of a university campus the Attorney General or State's Attorney is authorized to institute civil proceedings in the Circuit Court to enjoin the preparation for sale, sale, advertising for sale, or offering for sale of academic papers.
I have now reviewed this legislation with the Chancellors. Our procedures for utilizing this legislation shall be that a Chancellor, with my concurrence and followU N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S ing appropriate consultation on campus, shall be empowered to institute action under this law. In responding to a request from a Chancellor to institute such action, I will confer with University Counsel before concurring.
This information is provided as a report and does not require Board action.
LIBRARY O F T H E HEALTH SCIENCES, MEDICAL CENTERPresident Corbally asked M r. Kretschmer to give a status report on the bids received for the project " L i b r a r y of the Health Sciences, Medical Center C a m p u s. " ( S e e J u n e 2 1, 1972, minutes for Board action.)
REQUEST FOR OPERATING APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 1 9 7 4(1) The attached document1 presents the recommendations of the President for increases in the University's appropriations for Fiscal Year (FY) 1974. These proposals have been prepared, upon recommendation of the chancellors with appropriate campus review, by the Office of the Vice President for Planning and Allocation with the advice of the University Planning Committee' and have been reviewed by the University Budget Committee.' The submission dates required by the Illinois Board of Higher Education (preliminary request, July 31; detailed request, October
6) have necessitated preliminary requests prior to Budget Committee review and Board action in October. All such transmittals have been marked "Preliminary."
The FY 1974 request is particularly important. The failure during the past two fiscal years to receive sufficient increases in appropriations and other income to fund salary increases, price increases, enrollment increases, and required new programs has resulted in substantial problems in funding salary budgets, in significantly reduced equipment budgets, in the deferral of maintenance, in the absorption of price increases, and now during FY 1973 in the use of virtually all balances in unrestricted accounts. In fact, the University is using all available balances in addition to funding over $3 million through the employment "freeze."
The request for FY 1974 has been carefully calculated; it represents the fundamental needs of the University and support equal to our request is essential to prevent further serious program erosion.
I recommend approval of the budget request for 1974 as presented to the Illinois Board of Higher Education and request authority to submit the request to the appropriate offices of State government.
President Corbally presented this item and at his request Vice P r e s ident Brady discussed the budget document and responded to questions.
Following general discussion, on motion of M r. H a h n, the request was approved as recommended by the following vote: Aye, M r. H a h n, M r.
H o w a r d, M r. H u g h e s, Mr. Neal, M r. Pogue, Mr. Steger, M r. Swain;
no, M r. F o r s y t h ; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie.
(This document is filed with, the Secretary of the Board. Tables showing the summaries of the3 increases requested are printed^ below.) Ronald W. Brady, Vice President for Planning and Allocation, Chairman; Joseph S.
Begando, Chancellor at the Medical Center campus; Eugene Eidenberg, Vice Chancellor for the Chicago Circle campus; Barry Munitz, Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination; Morton W. Weir, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Urbana-Champaign campus. Staff Associate: Martin L. Zeigler, Associate Vice President for Planning and Allocation.
a Ronald W. Brady, Vice President for Planning and Allocation, Chairman; Joseph S.
Begando, Chancellor at the Medical Center campus; Eugene Eidenberg, Vice Chancellor for the Chicago Circle campus; Herbert O. Farber, Vice President for Financial Affairs; Barry Munitz, Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination; Morton W. Weir, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Urbana-Champaign campus; Allen W. Anderson, Associate Professor of Pedodontics and Head of the Department, Medical Center; William F. Sager, Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department, Chicago Circle; Robert G. F. Spitze, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Urbana. Staff Associates: Morris S. Kessler, Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs; Martin L. Zeigler, Associate Vice President for Planning and Allocation.
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AWARD OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC A C C O U N T A N T CERTIFICATES(2) The Committee on Accountancy recommends that the certificate of Certified Public Accountant be awarded, under Section S of the Illinois Accountancy Act of 1943, as amended, to eleven candidates who have presented evidence that they are holders of valid and unrevoked Certified Public Accountant certificates obtained by passing a standard written examination in another state or territory of the United States and who qualify in all other respects under this provisoin of the law. The names of the candidates are filed with the Secretary.
On motion of Mr. Howard, these certificates were awarded.
UNIVERSITY DIRECTOR O F NONACADEMIC PERSONNEL(3) The Vice President for Financial Affairs has recommended the appointment of Donald S. Rubenstein, presently Deputy Director of Civilian Personnel, U.S.
Army, as University Deputy Director of Nonacademic Personnel beginning February 1, 1973, and as Director of Nonacademic Personnel effective April 1, 1973, and continuing through August 31, 1974, on a twelve-month service basis, at an annual salary of $30,000.
This appointment is to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Oscar S.
Smith on April 1, 1973.
I recommend approval.
On motion of Mr. Swain, this appointment was approved.
V I C E CHANCELLOR FOR CAMPUS AFFAIRS, URBANA(4) The Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign recommends the appointment of Mr.
Hugh M. Satterlee as Dean of Students and Vice Chancellor for Campus Affairs, effective November 1, 1972, on a twelve-month service basis, at a salary of $28,400.
Mr. Satterlee is presently Dean of Students and has also been Acting Vice Chancellor for Campus Affairs since February 1, 1972, when Professor George T.
Frampton asked to be relieved of this administrative assignment.
Mr. Satterlee's appointment is supported by a faculty-student committee1 named by the Urbana-Champaign Senate Committee on Committees to advise the Chancellor on behalf of the Senate in regard to the appointment of a Vice Chancellor for Campus Affairs.
I recommend approval.
O n motion of M r. Swain, this appointment was approved.
'John E. Cribbet, Professor of Law and Dean of the College; Phyllis J. Hill, Associate Professor of Physical Education and Counselor in Teacher Education; Thomas R. Mika, student; Gregory L. Stangel, student; and Joseph Tobias, Professor of Dairy Technology in Food Science.
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APPOINTMENTS T O T H E FACULTY(5) The following new appointments to the faculty of the rank of Assistant P r o fessor and above, and involving tenure, have been approved since the previous meeting of the Board of Trustees.
Positions in the University are classified in the following categories and are designated in the budget by the symbols indicated: A — indefinite tenure; P — indefinite term appointment for part-time service only; B — two years; D — one year;
E — nine months from the beginning of the academic year; F-—one-year appointment ending other than August 31; G — special tenure; Q — initial term appointment for a Professor or Associate Professor; T — terminal appointment, accompanied with or preceded by notice of nonreappointment; W — one year appointment subject to special written agreement; Y — twelve months' service required instead of two semesters; X — percentages opposite X are for the academic year. Full-time summer service is indicated by " S " ; 1-7 — indicates the number of years of service which will be credited at the end of the contract period toward completion of the probationary period relating to tenure. Figures following a symbol indicate percentage of time if the appointment is on a part-time basis (e.g., D75 means one year on three-fourths time).
1. MATTHEW W. DICKIE, Assistant Professor of Classics, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $10,500.
2. HECTOR M. HERNANDEZ-NIETO, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Coordinator of Latin American Studies, beginning September 1, 1972 (1 50;DS0), at an annual salary of $12,000.
3. JAMES R. KILLEN, Assistant Professor of Education, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $13,500.
4. H A N S W. MATTICK, Director, Research Center, and Professor of Criminal Justice, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $30,000.
5. WILLIAM A. MEGO, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $12,500.
6. WILLIAM L. MOCK, Associate Professor of Chemistry, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A ), at an annual salary of $14,500.
7. HELMER R. MYKLEBUST, Professor of Education and in Research in Urban Education, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A ), at an annual salary of $24,000.
8. JEAN M. ALBERTI, Assistant Professor of Medical Education, Center for Educational Development, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 ( W Y ), at an annual salary of $17,250.
9. HAROLD J A Y BARR, Associate Professor of Genetics, Center for Genetics, School of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $20,000.
10. L o u i s A. BENEVENTO, Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $19,000.
11. E T A SUE BERNER, Assistant Professor of Medical Education, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 ( W Y ), at an annual salary of $16,000.
12. LINDA H I L E S BUCKLEY, Assistant Professor of Introductory Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $12,835.
13. BEULAH CYPRESS, Assistant Professor of Medical Education, Center for Educational Development, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 ( W Y ), at an annual salary of $16,500.
14. JEAN ANITA H U F F GALA, Assistant Professor of Public Health Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $14,000.
15. DENNIS K, H U F F, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, School of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1972 (1Y), at an annual salary of $15,000.
16. BARBARA M A I R JONES, Assistant Professor of Pediatric Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning September 1, 1972 (1), at an annual salary of $12,000.