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10. DAG SVANTE ROLANDER, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning February 1, 1973 ( A Y ), at an annual salary of $30,000.

11. JOHN DANIEL SALETTA, Associate Professor of Surgery in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on IS per cent time, beginning February 1, 1973 (PY1S), at an annual salary of $5,000.

12. LEONARD HENRY STONE, Assistant Professor of Endodontics, College of Dentistry, on one-half time, beginning April 1, 1973 (DYS0), at an annual salary of $7,500.

Urbana-Champaign

13. THOMAS B. W. KIRK, Associate Professor of Physics, beginning January 22, 1973 ( A ), at an annual salary of $16,000.

14. DAVID KEITH WHIGHAM, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, beginning February 1, 1973 ( I Y ), at an annual salary of $15,500.

15. MICHAEL J. SEMMENS, Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering in Civil Engineering, beginning March 1, 1973 (1), at an annual salary of $13,000.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 213 Administrative Staff

16. ROBERT G. PETERSON, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Operations, Chicago Circle, beginning March 1, 1973 ( D Y ), at an annual salary of $20,000.

O n motion of M r. H a h n, these appointments w e r e confirmed.

HONORARY DEGREES. MEDICAL CENTER

(8) T h e Senate at the Medical Center campus has recommended that honorary degrees be conferred on the following persons at the commencement exercises on

June 1, 1973:

GRANVILLE ALLISON BENNETT, Professor Emeritus of Pathology, the Degree of Doctor of Science.

MARGARET BAGGETT DOLAN, Professor and Head of Public Health N u r s i n g in the School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, the Degree of Doctor of Science.

The Chancellor concurs in the recommendations of the Medical Center Senate.

I recommend approval.

On motion of Mr. Swain, these degrees were authorized as recommended.

UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTIONAL AWARDS FOR

SUMMER OF 1 9 7 3, URBANA (9) On May 17, 1972, the Board approved a recommendation that the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination evaluate the program of Undergraduate Instructional Awards and Special Awards and submit recommendations to the President of the University concerning their continuation. Academic officers at Chicago Circle and Urbana-Champaign agreed that the program has had major benefits for the improvement of undergraduate instruction. I recommend that this program be continued for the summer of 1973 at both the Chicago Circle 1 and Urbana campuses.

T h e Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Urbana, through the deans, directors, and department heads, invited faculty members to submit applications.

After approval by heads of departments and review by the college deans and their committees, twenty-seven applications were submitted. A special committee evaluated the proposals and recommended support for those believed to promise the greatest potential benefits to undergraduate instruction.

The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs recommends the following awards

for the summer of 1973:

Salary Expenses Total ALFRED W. BLATTER, Instructor in Music $ 2 338 -0- $ 2 338 F R A N K NEELY BRUCE, Assistant Professor of Music 2 338 -0- 2 338 GEORGE DAVID PETERS, Assistant Dean, College of Fine and Applied Arts, and Instructor in Music 2 614 -0- 2 614 CARROLL L. GONZO, Assistant Professor of Music 2 685 JERE L. FORSYTHE, Assistant Professor of Music and of Secondary and Continuing Education.. 2 556 • $ 2 333 8 921

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Videopolis, Inc., and Gerald Temaner, assistant professor and head, Division of Filmmaking, Office of Instructional Resources, Chicago Circle.

A budget of $22,990 for one year is proposed, of which $8,000 will be funded by the Wieboldt Foundation and $5,750 by the Illinois Council on the Arts. Lesser amounts have been pledged by the various organizations that have agreed to participate. The University's obligation under the proposed contract would be limited to $8,500. Funds are available in the College of Urban Sciences.

The Vice Presidents for Planning and Allocation and for Academic Development and Coordination recommend approval.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Neal, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Swain; no, none;

absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Steger, Governor Walker.

SABBATICAL LEAVES O F ABSENCE. 1 9 7 3 - 7 4 (11) The Chancellors at each campus have recommended that the following members of the faculty be given sabbatical leaves of absence in accordance with the provisions of the University of Illinois Statutes and on the terms and for the periods indicated.

The programs of research, study, and travel for which leaves are requested have been examined by the Research Boards at the three campuses, and the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination has reviewed the applications for the leaves and recommends approval.

I concur.

College of Agriculture Urbana-Champaign Department of Agricultural Economics CHESTER B. BAKER, Professor of Agricultural Economics, six months beginning September 1, 1973, full pay.





GEORGE M. ENGLAND, Professor of Food Marketing, six months beginning August 1,1973, full pay.

RAYMOND M. LEUTHOLD, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, six months beginning January 6, 1974, full pay.

Department of Agricultural Engineering FRANK B. LANHAM, Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Head of the Department, six months beginning September 1, 1973, full pay.

GENE C. SHOVE, Professor of Agricultural Engineering, six months beginning August 21, 1973, full pay.

Cooperative Extension Service GERTRUDE E. KAISER, Professor and Leader in Extension Education and Training, five months beginning September 1, 1973, full pay.

GLEN F. SONS, Associate Professor and District Director of Cooperative Extension Service, six months beginning March 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Food Science Z. JOHN ORDAL, Professor of Food Microbiology in Food Science, and of Microbiology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, six months beginning August 1, 1973, full pay.

ROBERT MCL. WHITNEY, Professor of Dairy Technology in Food Science, six months beginning August 15, 1973, full pay.

Department of Horticulture ELBERT R. JAYCOX, Professor of Apiculture, one year beginning June 1, 1973, one-half pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

JOSEPH S. VANDEMARK, Professor of Horticulture, six months beginning December 1, 1973, full pay.

CHESTER C. ZYCH, Professor of Horticulture, six months beginning March 1, 1974, full pay.

216 [March 21

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

College of Commerce and Business Administration Bureau of Economic and Business Research JOSEPH D. PHILLIPS, J R., Research Professor in the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, six months beginning January 6, 1974, full pay.

Department of Business Administration 'JAGDISH N. SHETH, Professor of Business Administration and Research Professor in the Survey Research Laboratory, first semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

Department of Economics ' H U G H W. FOLK, Professor of Economics and in the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, six months beginning January 1, 1974, full pay.

GEORGE G, JUDGE, Professor of Economics and of Agricultural Economics in the College of Agriculture and Associate Director of Coordinated Science Laboratory in the College of Engineering, six months beginning January 1, 1974, full pay.

J A N E H. LEUTHOLD, Associate Professor of Economics, second semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

FRANKLIN R. SHUPP, Associate Professor of Economics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CASE M. SPRENKLE, Professor of Economics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

K O J I TAIRA, Professor of Economics and in the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, second semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

' R E N E VANDENDRIES, Assistant Professor of Economics, first semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

Department of Finance ' W I L L I A M R. BRYAN, Professor of Finance, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

STEPHEN W. FORBES, Associate Professor of Finance, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

College of Communications Department of Journalism RICHARD L. HILDWEIN, Associate Professor of Journalism, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

College of Education Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation ROBERT E. STAKE, Associate Director of Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation and Professor of Educational Psychology, six months beginning July 1, 1973, full pay.

Department of Elementary Education HAROLD H. LERCH, Professor of Elementary Education, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of History and Philosophy of Education WALTER FEINBERG, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

A L A N J. PESHKIN, Professor of Comparative Education, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Institute for Research on Exceptional Children K E I T H G. SCOTT, Director of the Institute for Research on Exceptional Children, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Research Associate Professor in the Children's Research Center, six months beginning January 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Secondary and Continuing Education KENNETH B. HENDERSON, Professor of Secondary and Continuing Education, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Leave subsequently cancelled, 1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 217 University High School ELLA C. LEPPERT, Professor of Secondary and Continuing Education, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

College of E n g i n e e r i n g Department of Civil Engineering J O H N E. BAERWALD, Professor of Transportation and Traffic Engineering and Director of Highway Traffic Safety Center, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

MELVIN T. DAVISSON, Professor of Civil Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

WILLIAM L. GAMBLE, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

W I L L I A M C. SCHNOBRICH, Professor of Civil Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

HARRY G. WENZEL, JR., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Electrical Engineering JOSEPH M. CROWLEY, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

JOSE B. CRUZ, J R., Professor of Electrical Engineering and Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Laboratory, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

P A U L R. EGBERT, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

S H U N G - W U L E E, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

C H A O - H A N L I U, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

WATARU MAYEDA, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Laboratory, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

EUGENE A. MECHTLY, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

TIMOTHY N. TRICK, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Research Associate Professor in Coordinated Science Laboratory, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 'BEE T S E CHAO, Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

SHAO L. SOO, Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Nuclear Engineering Program GEORGE H. MILEY, Professor of Nuclear and Electrical Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

BERNARD W. WEHRING, Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Physics FELIX T. ADLER, Professor of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

BOB I. EISENSTEIN, Associate Professor of Physics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

DONALD M. GINSBERG, Professor of Physics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

LELAND E. HOLLOWAY, Associate Professor of Physics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

L E O S. LAVATELU, Professor of Physics, second semester, 1973-74, one-half pay.

J O H N D. STACK, Associate Professor of Physics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

ALBERT WATTENBERG, Research Professor of Physics, six months beginning July 6, 1973, full pay.

Leave subsequently cancelled.

218 [March 21

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

MICHAEL WORTIS, Associate Professor of Physics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

J O N A L A N WRIGHT, Associate Professor of Physics, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics JAMES M. ROBERTSON, Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Architecture WILLIAM L. F A S H, Professor of Architecture, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

WILLIAM J, O'CONNELL, Professor of Architecture, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

JAMES E. SIMON, Associate Professor of Architecture, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Art and Design HARRY F. BREEN, JR., Professor of A r t and in Elementary Education, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

PETER FAGAN, Assistant Professor of A r t, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

P H I L I P P FEHL, Professor of Art, first semester, 1973-74, two-thirds pay.

WILLIAM FOTHERGILL, JR., Associate Professor of Art, first semester, 1973-74, full pay.

GEORGE W. HARDIMAN, Associate Professor of Art, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

ALVIN DOYLE MOORE, Professor of Art, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

MINERVA PINNELL, Associate Professor of Art, academic year, 1973-74, one-half pay.

Department of Dance BEVERLY BLOSSOM, Associate Professor of Dance, academic year, 1973-74, onehalf pay.

University of Illinois Bands GUY M. DUKER, Professor of Music and Assistant Director of Bands, six months beginning January 6, 1974, full pay.

School of Music JAMES L. BAILEY, Professor of Music, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.



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