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The Young Men's Christian Association at the University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign, organized in February 1873, is the oldest continuing student organization on the campus.

Just as the University of Illinois participated in its early organization and made significant contributions to its housing facilities and leadership, in turn, the pioneerThe text of the resolution appears in the minutes of the December 20, 1973, meeting.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 183 ing efforts of the association led to significant contributions of services and programs at the University, for example, in such areas as student employment, freshman orientation and student housing referral, some of which later were adapted or adopted by the University.

The YMCA, with the theme "A Century of Service: Faith for the Future," continues to serve today as an instrument for involving students, faculty, and members of the community in a continuing search for values and meaning through a wide variety of programs and services.

Therefore, the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois recognizes and applauds the contributions of the YMCA to the lives of students and faculty at the University of Illinois, and to the people of Urbana-Champaign, and wishes for it continued success as it begins its second century of service.

RECESS The Board agreed to recess for ten minutes to permit the taking of photographs.

When the Board reconvened, President Hughes recognized Mr.

Oscar Smith, University Director of Nonacademic Personnel, noting that Mr. Smith will retire April 1, and expressed appreciation for his service to the University.


The 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.

University Budget With regard to the federal budget situation, President Corbally distributed and commented upon a report prepared by Vice President Johnson which analyzes the effect of current federal budget proposals on the University of Illinois for the next fiscal year. He emphasized that the cumulative effect in the oneyear period could be reduction in federal support for the University of approximately 9,000,000 dollars.

With regard to procedures at the State level for annual appropriations, President Corbally noted that the Governor's budget message, while specific regarding an overall reduced figure, is not specific regarding the impact on the individual institutions. He reported that the Board of Higher Education had been asked to review this general question at its meeting on April 3 and that University officers have appeared before various legislative committees and task forces to express the University's needs. He said that he and others would continue to support vigorously the University's request as submitted to the Board of Higher Education in December, noting that at the moment there was little certainty regarding the meaning of the overall dollar figures being discussed.

Progress Report, Extension Reorganization

The President presented the following report as a matter of information:

In the course of University reorganization, the Division of University Extension has remained an operating function at the general University level, headed by an executive officer still bearing the title of "dean." To bring that function into conformity with the evolving University organization as a system, and to fix responsibility for continuing education closer to the faculty, two objectives are

now sought:

1. Redistribution of the Division of University Extension functions so as to (a) provide for decentralization of certain operations to the campuses and (b) assure system-wide policy setting, evaluation, and coordination;

2. While so doing, to strengthen the total public service function in the University of Illinois.

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It is proposed, therefore, that

1. Each campus provide an appropriate and clearly identifiable campus-wu'e framework of structure and responsibilities for the discharge of the cot tinuing education and/or public service functions, with a. Executive responsibility delegated by the Chancellor to an officer who will give leadership to the function and represent the campus in professional-technical relations with his counterparts on the other campuses and with the Office of the Vice President for Governmental Relations and Public Service;

b. The designation of an officer in each appropriate college or administrative unit (e.g., an Assistant or Associate Dean) who will give leadership to that unit's counterpart of the function organized in "a" above;

c. Systematic means of coordinating the activities represented by "a" and "b" above and of facilitating faculty involvement in policy and planning

2. Effective July 1, 1973, University-wide machinery be provided for recommending policy to the President, coordinating all relations involving a field

staff, and facilitating and evaluating all public service activities for University-wide purposes, as follows:

a. Dr. Stanley C. Robinson (presently Dean of the Division of University Extension) be given responsibility, at the General University level, for (1) Assisting the Vice President for Governmental Relations and_ Public Service in University-wide relationships involving continuing education;

(2) Directing those parts of the Division of University Extension which are retained under University-wide administration (the three public safety programs, correspondence study, and the Visual Aids Service).

b. Dr. John B. Claar be given responsibility, at the General University level, for (1) Coordinating for University-wide service the activities of the University's field personnel involved in the public service function, both the Cooperative Extension Service field staff and other University field representatives;

(2) Assisting the Vice President for Governmental Relations and Public Service in University-wide public service relationships, particularly of the type involving problem solving and community participation.

(He will retain responsibility for directing the Cooperative Extension Service and serving as Associate Dean.) c. A University Council on Public Service be established to facilitate intercampus programming and relations, with necessary attention to questions of desirable uniformity of procedures and policies.

Implementing details will be worked out by the President in consultation with the Chancellors, including (a) the transfer of functions and resources, (b) field staff organization and relationships, and (c) methods of reporting at campus and University levels.

Appropriate amendment of the University Statutes, if necessary, will be proposed to the Board of Trustees in due course, and reports of campus organizational steps to meet the requirements of Proposal Number 1 and the appointments recommended for Dr. Robinson and Dr. Claar will be submitted to the Board as soon as possible.

It was made clear that specific actions relating to this report will be brought to the Trustees in due course and in the regular manner.


Mr. Howard expressed the opinion that it would be helpful to formally provide for an opportunity at the beginning of each meeting, following the President's reports, for Trustees to raise questions generally on matters earlier discussed and to raise new matters of interest. He suggested the agenda item be entitled "Old and New Business" and be regUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 185

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Athletic Association of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, to become effective immediately and to continue until the next annual meeting of The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois in 1974, or until the successors of these Directors have been appointed.

Reappointments From the Faculty JAMES R. SHIPLEY, Professor and Head of the Department of Art and Design (He has served on the Board since 1969.) HENRY S. STILLWELL, Professor and Head of the Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; Faculty Representative to the Big Ten (He has served on the Board since 1964.) A. ROBERT TWARDOCK, Professor of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology and of Physiology and Biophysics (He has served on the Board since 1972.) ROLLIN G. WRIGHT, Professor and Head of the Department of Physical Education (He has served on the Board since 1970.) New Appointment FRANK C. HINDS, Associate Professor of Animal Science (Professor Hinds received his B.S. from Illinois State University and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. He is currently Chairman of the Senate Committee on Athletics and Recreation.) F r o m t h e A l u m n i As Reappointments *°«ation WILLIAM T. HOCKING, Class of 1942, President, A. S. Hansen, Inc., Lake Bluff (He has served on the Board since 1970.) ARTHUR R. WYATT, Class of 1949, Accountant, Partner in Arthur Andersen & Co., Chicago (He has served on the Board since 1970.) New Appointments WILLIAM J. CHAMBLIN, Class of 1955, Bradford Supply Company, Robinson (Mr. Chamblin received a B.S. in Geology in 1955 and a M.S. in Geology in

1956. He lettered in football in 1953 and 1954. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Grants-in-Aid Committee.) ALAN M. HALLENE, Class of 1951, President, Montgomery Elevator Company, Moline (Mr. Hallene received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. He is President-elect of the University of Illinois Alumni Association.) O n motion of M r. H o w a r d, these appointments were approved.


(6) The Chancellor at the Medical Center has recommended the appointment of Dr. William A. Overholt, currently Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Assistant Professor of Religion and Higher Education, Boston University, as Dean of Student Affairs at the Medical Center beginning July 1, 1973, on a twelve months' service basis at an annual salary of $25,200.

Dr. Overholt will replace Dr. Robert L. Sheverbush who has served as Acting Dean of Student Affairs following the resignation of Dr. Donald A. Boulton effective July 21, 1972.

Dr. Overholt's appointment has been endorsed by a faculty-student consultative committee1 appointed by the Chancellor to advise on this subject. The Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs in this recommendation.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of M r. H o w a r d, this appointment was approved.

Anthony J. Diekema, Associate Chancellor, Chairman; Alan W. Donaldson, Associate Dean of the School of Public Health and Professor of International Health; Linda Feuchuk, Nursing Student; John M. Lammert, Graduate Student (President of the Executive Student Council, 1972-73); Donald L. McElroy, Associate Dean of the College of Dentistry and Professor of Oral Diagnosis; Robert G. Mrtek, Assistant Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Associate Professor of Pharmacy; Anita L. Smith, Assistant Professor of Nursing; Nat E. Smith, Associate Dean of the College of Medicine and Professor of Medicine.

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(7) The following new appointments to the faculty of the rank of Assistant Professor and above, and to certain administrative positions, 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 — n i n e 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., D7S means one year on three-fourths time).

Medical Center

1. CRAIG E. BOOHER, Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Dean for Continuing Education, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning February 1, 1973 (AY90;

DY10), at an annual salary of $41,800.

2. HAROLD ARTHUR COLLINS, Clinical Professor of Surgery, Peoria School of Medicine, beginning February 1, 1973, on one-fourth time (PY25), at an annual salary of $8,000.

3. RICHARD FRANCIS COLLINS, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973 (1Y), at an annual salary of $14,000.

4. VIRON LEROY DIEFENBACH, Professor of Health Resources Management, School of Public Health, beginning March 1, 1973 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $30,000.

5. TERRENCE NORBERT FISHER, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on one-fourth time (DY2S), at an annual salary of $7,000.

6. THOMAS ROBERT GLATTER, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on one-fourth time (DY2S), at an annual salary of $7,000.

7. ARA YERVANT KETENJIAN, Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on 12 per cent time (DY12), at an annual salary of $3,380.

8. HALAPPA NINGAPPA KONCHIGERI, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology in Surgery in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973 (1Y), at an annual salary of $38,000.

9. H A N N A H LOUISE MARSHALL, Assistant Professor of General Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning February 1, 1973 ( I Y ), at an annual salary of $18,000.

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