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SABBATICAL LEAVE O F ABSENCE. 1 972-73. URBANA (6) The Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign has recommended that the following faculty member be given a sabbatical leave of absence in accordance with the provisions of the University of Illinois Statutes and on the terms and for the period indicated.

College of Commerce and Business Administration Department of Economics FRED M. GOTTHEIL, Professor of Economics, second semester, 1972-73, one-half pay.

This recommendation is supplementary to the applications recommended to the Board of Trustees on March IS, 1972.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Howard, this leave was granted as recommended.

SPECIAL U N D E R G R A D U A T E I N S T R U C T I O N A L AWARDS FOR

PROJECTS COMPLETED DURING T H E SUMMER O F 1 9 7 2

(7) At its meeting on May 17, 1972, the Board of Trustees approved a total of eleven projects, involving seventeen individuals, for support during the summer of 1972 under the program of Undergraduate Instructional Awards. These awards provided full- or part-time salary for two months to the recipients for work on projects designed to improve the quality of undergraduate instruction.

In the fall of 1971 the Standard Oil (Indiana) Foundation made available a total of $8,000 for special awards for outstanding teaching by undergraduate faculty, $6,000 for the teaching awards, and $2,000 to be deposited in the President's Contingency Fund. The sum of $6,000 has been held for special awards for projects conducted during the summer of 1972.

The chancellors at the Chicago Circle and the Urbana-Champaign campuses each appointed a special committee to review the reports submitted by the grantees following completion of their projects last summer. The committees were asked to select the most meritorious projects for recommendation to their respective chancellors. In the context of these recommendations, the proposal reviews were submitted to the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination for consideration. After reviewing the reports and the endorsements, the Vice President recommends that special awards of $1,000 be made for six projects as

follows:

Chicago Circle Campus LARRY ABELS, Physics Department: "To Develop an Effective Laboratory Program for Physics 232."

ELLIOTT DUDNIK, Architecture Department: "Library of Computer Programs for Architecture Students without Computer Programming Experience."

CYNTHIA ' JAMESON, Chemistry Department: "To Produce Interactive Computer Programs for the Freshman Chemistry Course."

Urbana-Champaign Campus ROBERT GILLESPIE, Department of Economics: "A PLATO Program for Assisting in the Instruction of Microeconomic Theory."

112 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [November 17 MICHAEL GROSSMAN, Department of Dairy Science: "Computer-based Instruction for Use in Quantitative Methods."

JAMES MARCHAND, Center for Advanced Study: "Reading German."

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, this recommendation was approved.

Chancellor Peltason introduced the recipients of the awards from the Urbana-Champaign campus: Drs. Robert Gillespie, Michael Grossman, and James Marchand.

CONTRACT FOR MILITARY OFFICER EDUCATION

PROGRAM, CHICAGO CIRCLE

(8) At the October 1972 meeting of the Board, the President was authorized to enter into formal negotiations with the Department of the Army to establish a separate contract for a Military Officer Education Program at the Chicago Circle campus. The negotiations have been embodied in a draft document under which the Chicago Circle campus would establish and maintain a Military Officer Education Program with status equivalent to a department as an integral academic unit of the campus, and would furnish certain space facilities and services for the support thereof. The Department of the Army would undertake to establish and maintain the unit and to assign and support the military personnel necessary for the proper administration and conduct thereof. The senior commissioned official assigned to the unit would be designated as the director of the program.

Academic credit for the courses would be judged by the schools or colleges under the same procedures and criteria as for other school or college courses. The agreement is terminable upon one academic year's notice. A copy of the draft document has been filed with the Secretary for record.

I request approval to execute the contract.

O n motion of M r. Steger, approval was granted as requested by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, M r. H a h n, Mr. H o w a r d, M r.

Hughes, Mr. Neal, Mr. Steger, M r. Swain; no, n o n e ; absent, D r.

Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie, M r. Pogue.

A D D I T I O N A L CONTRACT FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES.

PEORIA S C H O O L OF MEDICINE

(9) On September 20, 1972, the Board of Trustees approved contractual agreements for fiscal year 1972-73 with appropriate affiliated hospitals and group practice organizations in the Peoria community for the development, implementation, and conduct of medical education programs on behalf of the Peoria School of Medicine.

Arrangements have proceeded for the development of medical education programs in Peoria based in the clinical facilities and making use of the clinical and educational resources already in existence in the area.





The continuing growth of the faculty and the expanding educational programs of the school require, from time to time, the inclusion of additional organizations which can supplement existing programs and assist in the development of new programs.

The Dean of the Peoria School of Medicine, with the support of the Executive Committee of the Faculty and the concurrence of the Peoria Board for Medical Education, Inc., recommends approval of a similar contractual arrangement with Allied Agencies Center, an Illinois not-for-profit corporation, from December 1, 1972, through June 30, 1973. Funds are available in the operational budget of the Peoria School of Medicine. Terms of the agreement are as f °ll0WS: Estimated FY 1972-73 Institution Cost Not to Exceed Allied Agencies Center $3 000 00 Clerical and administrative support provided by the institution will be paid on the basis of $1.01 per hour for every professional hour rendered and is included in this estimate.

The Executive Dean of the College of Medicine and the Chancellor at the 1972] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 113 Medical Center campus recommend approval of the above contractual agreement for fiscal year 1972-73.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this contract was awarded by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Neal, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie, Mr. Pogue.

ADDITIONAL CONTRACT FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES.

ROCKFORD SCHOOL O F MEDICINE

(10) At its meeting on July 19, 1972, the Board of Trustees approved contractual arrangements with six medical group practice organizations in Rockford to reimburse them for their participation in the development and conduct of the undergraduate medical education program of the Rockford School of Medicine.

The Dean of the Rockford School of Medicine recommends that the University enter into a contractual agreement with one additional medical group practice organization in Rockford to reimburse it for its participation in the development and conduct of the undergraduate medical education program in the discipline of pediatrics. Funds are available in the fiscal year 1972-73 operating budget of the Rockford School of Medicine. The terms of the agreement are as follows:.

Estimated Annual Cost Group Practice Organization Not to Exceed Langewisch & Warmer, P.C. $9 500 00 The Executive Dean of the College of Medicine and the Chancellor at the Medical Center campus recommend approval of the above contractual agreement for fiscal year 1972-73.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this contract was awarded by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Neal, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie, Mr. Pogue.

PROPOSED CHANGES IN SCOPE O F AUTHORIZED BUILDINGS

AT CHICAGO CIRCLE

(11) The following capital projects were declared in the public interest by the Seventy-sixth General Assembly for the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle.

Construction of the projects had not begun by June 30, 1972, and the Seventyseventh General Assembly appropriated the amounts shown from the Capital

Development Bond fund for these projects for FY 1973:

Classroom Office-Student Services Building $ 9 603 400 Library Second Addition 4 969 500 Science and Engineering South Addition 17 426 900 Plant Research Laboratory Addition 604 700 Power Plant Addition 1 535 800 Master Plan-Phase III established enrollment planning maximums for public senior institutions through the year 1976 and stipulated that the construction of permanent facilities should not exceed the space needs of_ the 1976 enrollments. As a result of these recommendations, the Chicago Circle campus has re-evaluated the projects for which the Seventy-seventh General Assembly appropriated Capital Development Bond funds and concluded that the following space

need modifications should be made in the Science and Engineering South Addition, the Library Addition, and the Power Plant Addition :

1. The Science and Engineering South Addition should be reduced from 150,595 NASF to 65,000 NASF if constructed as an addition to the Science and Engineering Laboratories. Under such circumstances, the Capital Development Bond funds required can be reduced from $17,426,900 to $6,609,300.

114 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [November 17

2. The Library Second Addition should be increased from 44,293 NASF to 68,000 NASF and be located as a high-rise structure on the west side of the existing structure rather than as a four-story addition on the northwest corner.

Under such a proposal, the Capital Development Bond funds required can be reduced from $4,969,500 to $4,881,700. (The decrease in cost despite an increase in space results from a change in type of space.)

3. The reduction in total space of the above projects necessitates a re-evaluation of the utility requirements. The Power Plant authorization of $1,535,800 provided for expanding the heating capacity to meet the additional requirements of the space in the above buildings. The original authorization of $17,426,900 for the Science and Engineering South Addition included $1,092,575 for a cooling system for that building and for the Classroom Office-Student Services Building, Library Addition, and an addition to the Architecture and Art Laboratories. The additional cooling requirements were planned in the Science and Engineering South Addition because at the time of the original planning, sufficient land area for this and future anticipated heating plant expansion was not available at the existing utility center site. However, in view of Master Plan-Phase III enrollment ceilings and accompanying reduced need for new space, it is possible to locate all utility requirements in the present Power Plant. Based on a realistic construction schedule, it is now estimated that $2,954,900 is required for utility expansion.

The total changes in the scope of the three projects results in a reduction in space from 194,888 NASF to 133,000 NASF and a reduction in Capital Development Bond funds required to construct these projects from $23,932,200 to $14,445,900.

The budget request for funds for fiscal year 1974 submitted to the State Board of Higher Education includes an Architecture and Art Laboratories Addition with 50,000 NASF at an estimated project cost of $4,176,100. It is proposed, therefore, that inquiries be made of appropriate State officers and agencies concerning the possibility of using the Capital Development Bond funds appropriated for FY 1973, which will not be used because of program reductions, for the planning and construction of the Architecture and Art Laboratories Addition.

Based on the above, the President of the University, with the concurrence

of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that:

1. The Science and Engineering South Addition be reduced from 150,595 NASF to 65,000 NASF, and the additional cooling requirements originally included in the Science and Engineering South Addition be concentrated in the existing Power Plant. (The Capital Development Bond funds assigned to the Power Plant project would then be increased from $1,535,800 to $2,954,900.)

2. The Library Addition be increased from 44,293 NASF to 68,000 NASF.

3. The foregoing changes in scope be transmitted to the State Board of Higher Education for approval.

4. Appropriate State officers and agencies be consulted as to the possible use of Capital Development Bond funds appropriated for FY 1973 for the planning and construction of the Architecture and Art Laboratories Addition.

On the motion of Mr. Swain, these recommendations were approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr.

Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Neal, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none;

absent, Dr. Bakalis, Governor Ogilvie, Mr. Pogue.

C O N T R A C T FOR ROOFING REPLACEMENT AT ALLERTON H O U S E

(12) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends award of a contract in the amount of $39,360 to Hitchins Roofing Company, Inc., Urbana, the low bidder, for roof replacement to the Dining Hall and other miscellaneous roofing work at Allerton House.

Funds are available in the General University budget and have been allocated to this project.

A schedule of the bids received has been filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, this contract was awarded by the followUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 115 ing vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr.

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

APPLICATION FOR GRANT F U N D S UNDER PART B, TITLE VII.

OF T H E PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT



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