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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 tenure, 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., D7S means one year on three-fourths time).

Chicago Circle

1. DAVID C. MILLER, Director of the Office of Instructional Resources, and Professor of Systems Engineering, beginning July 1, 1973 (DY, A), at an annual salary of $30,000.

Medical Center

2. MOHAMMED EL-SAYED DARWISH, Assistant Professor of Urology in Surgery, The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on 12 per cent time, beginning April 1, 1973 (DY12), at an annual salary of $4,200.

3. GEORGE T. DIETZ, Assistant Professor of Family Practice, The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on 25 per cent time, beginning March 1, 1973 (DY2S), at an annual salary of $8,000, (He is in the Division of Family Practice at Cook County Hospital 75 per cent time.)

4. RICHARD DEAN HARSHFIELD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on 25 per cent time (DY25), at an annual salary of $7,000.

5. CHARLES F. HEBTING, Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry, College of Dentistry, beginning April 1, 1973, on 40 per cent time (PY40), at an annual salary of $6,600.

6. GEORGE MESCHEL, Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on 10 per cent time (DY10), at an annual salary of $2,500.

7. GERALD ROGER PETERSON, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, beginning March 1, 1973, on 25 per cent time (DY25), at an annual salary of $7,000.

8. EARL BOYCE SANBORN, JR., Assistant Professor of Surgery, The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on 68 per cent time, beginning February 1, 1973 (G68), at an annual salary of $24,000.

Urbana-Champaign

9. PAUL C. HARRISON, Associate Professor of Animal Science beginning July 1, 1973 (AY), at an annual salary of $18,000.

10. EVELYN SATINOFF, Associate Professor of Psychology, beginning August 21, 1973 (A), at an annual salary of $20,000.

11. PHILIP TEITELBAUM, Professor of Psychology, beginning August 21, 1973 (A), at an annual salary of $32,000.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 243

12. P A U L J. USELDING, Associate Professor of Economics, beginning August 21, 1973 ( A ), at an annual salary of $17,000.

General University

13. ALBERT M. JOHNSTON, J R., Assistant Professor in Police Training Institute, Division of University Extension, beginning April 1, 1973 ( D Y ), at an annual salary of $15,500.

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

DIRECTORSHIP OF T H E KRANNERT CENTER

FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

(8) T h e Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts has recommended to the Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign the appointment of Mr. Michael M. Brotman, presently Concert Manager and Director of the Jorgensen Complex at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, as Director of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts and Lecturer in Music beginning August 21, 1973, on a twelve-month service basis, a t a salary of $28,000.

Mr. Brotman will succeed the late Mr. John Burrell. Professor Jack H. McKenzie has been Acting Director since Mr. Burrell's death.

T h e nomination was made with the advice of a search committee. 1 T h e Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign has approved the recommendation and the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs.

I recommend approval.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this appointment was approved.

APPOINTMENTS TO T H E CENTER FOR ADVANCED STUDY, URBANA

(9) W i t h the advice of the Acting Dean of the Graduate College, the Chancellor at Urbana has recommended the following appointments of Associates in the Center for Advanced Study for the academic year 1973-74 and for the program of research or study as indicated in each case.

I concur.

F R A N K NEELY BRUCE, Assistant Professor of Music in the School of Music, for the first semester, to devote his time to composing music and to continue the research and performance of American music with the American Music Group.

DAVID F. BUSHMAN, Assistant Professor of A r t in the Department of Art and Design, for the academic year, to paint and draw documentaries of subjects and scenes from everyday life.





DAVID CHANDLER, Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, for the second semester, to study the theory of molecular liquids.

JAMES H. DAVIS, Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology, for the first semester, t o explore theoretical models of small group decision making and their application.

CHARLES H A M M, Professor of Music in the School of Music, for the academic year, to complete several projects relating to the Musicological Archive for Renaissance Manuscript Studies.

GEORGE HENDRICK, Professor and Head of the Department of English, for the second semester and summer, to prepare for publication a full-length critical study of Henry S. Salt and a revision of American Literary Manuscripts.

M. DOUGLAS H I L S O N, Assistant Professor of A r t in the Department of Art and Design, for the academic year, to portray a set of universal themes through a series of paintings involving multiple images.

CHARLES W. KISSEBERTH, Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics, for the first semester, to study universal aspects of phonological processes and their interactions.

GEORGE DEVRIES K L E I N, Professor of Geology in the Department of Geology, for the second semester, to determine the hydraulic parameters of depositional flow of deep sea sediments from an analysis of sedimentary structures.

Michael P. Brooks, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Head of the Department and Director of the Bureau of Urban and Regional Planning Research, Chairman; John C.

Ahart, Associate Professor of Theatre and of Speech; Beverly Blossom, Associate Professor of Dance; James Colvin, Ex Officio, Staff Associate, University of Illinois Foundation; Carol Dodge, Graduate Student; Robert E. Gray, Professor of Music and Assistant Director of the School of Music; Thomas D. Morgan, Associate Professor of Law; Richard J. Rettberg, Undergraduate Student; Glenn E. Wierzbicki, Undergraduate Student.

[April 18 244 BOARD OF TRUSTEES FREDERICK K. LAMB, Assistant Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, for the academic year, to broaden and accelerate a program of theoretical research on astrophysical plasmas.

JOSEPH L. LOVE, Associate Professor of History in the Department of History, for the second semester and summer, to continue research and writing related to a study of the dynamics of Brazilian regionalism, 1889-1937.

RICHARD L. MERRITT, Professor of Political Science in the Department of Political Science, for the second semester, to focus his attention on explorations in international political communication.

JACK M. MOCHEL, Associate Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics, for the academic year, to engage in systematic low temperature studies of several superconducting systems and of superfluid liquid helium.

BRUNO NETTL, Professor of Music in the School of Music and of Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology, for the academic year, to continue work on several interrelated projects in the field of ethnomusicology.

WII.GA M. RIVERS, Professor of French in the Department of French, for the first semester, to complete three parallel books on new methods in the teaching of foreign languages.

LEE A. RUBEL, Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics, for the academic year, to carry out research on approximation theory, harmonic analysis, and topological model theory.

PAUL E. SCHUPP, Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics, for the academic year, to conduct basic research in the theory of groups and to study the applications of algebraic systems to molecular biology.

BRIAN WILKIE, Professor of English in the Department of English, for one semester, to continue a critical study of Blake's long epic poems, with particular focus on the Four Zoos.

KUNG CHIE YEH, Professor of Electrical Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering, for the academic year, to study thermospheric and ionospheric dynamics.

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

C U R R I C U L U M DEVELOPMENT GRANTS FOR SUMMER O F 1 9 7 3.

CHICAGO CIRCLE

(10) On March 21, 1973, the Board approved a recommendation that the program of awards to encourage faculty interest in improvement in the quality of undergraduate instruction be continued for the summer of 1973 at both the Chicago Circle and Urbana-Champaign campuses. At that time, the Board also approved the Urbana-Champaign awards (designated Undergraduate Instructional Awards) and was informed that the Chicago Circle awards (designated Curriculum Development Grants) would be presented in April.

Accordingly, the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Chicago Circle now recommends that grants be approved for the following fourteen faculty members (twelve projects). (Through the deans, directors, and department heads, faculty members were invited to submit applications for the grants. After approval by heads of departments and review by the college deans and their committees, thirtytwo applications were submitted. A special faculty committee evaluated the proposals and the campus PLATO committee reviewed the proposals relating to PLAT0 Stipend STANLEY AKS, Associate Professor of Physics $ 3 844 ROBERT ARZBAECHER, Professor of Electrical Engineering in Information Engineering 4 536 GRAHAM M. BROWN, Assistant Professor of Materials Engineering.. 2 900 PHYLLIS A. EWER, Assistant Professor of Sociology 3 067 ROSLYN B. FRIEDMAN, Instructor in English 2 056 CYNTHIA J. JAMESON, Associate Professor of Chemistry — one-month award 1 689 LEONARD KOTIN, Assistant Professor of Chemistry 3 356 CHIU FAN LIU, Professor of Chemistry 5 222 KENNETH KRAUSE, Associate Professor of Social Work 3 660 STERLING PLUMPP, Instructor in English 2 333 MARGARET A. RICHER, Instructor in Education 2 667 DONALD SCHERRER, Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men — one-month award 1 333 1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 245

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School of Life Sciences MICHAEL SALMON, Associate Professor of Zoology, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

Department of Speech PHYLLIS B. ARLT, Assistant Professor of Speech, six months beginning January 1, 1974, full pay.

College of Physical Education Department of Physical Education RICHARD H. POHNDORF, Professor of Physical Education, second semester, 1973-74, full pay.

CHARLES P. POND, Professor of Physical Education, second semester, 1973-74, full pay. (Subsequently cancelled—Professor Pond retired September 1, 1973.) General University Division of University Extension DONALD L. MILLER, Associate Professor of Music, six months beginning June 16, 1973, full pay.

These recommendations are supplementary to the applications recommended to the Board of Trustees on March 21,1973.

I concur.

On motion of Mr. Forsyth, these leaves were granted as recommended.

REVISION O F TERMS O F EMPLOYMENT O F ACADEMIC AND

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ( R E V I S I O N OF SECTION 2 6 O F

THE GENERAL RULES CONCERNING UNIVERSITY

ORGANIZATION A N D P R O C E D U R E )

(13) The following document represents a revision of this section of the General Rules for the purpose of providing an updated version of the statement of "Terms of Employment" (derived from the Statutes and Rules) which accompanies each academic contract. No substantive changes are intended at this time, inasmuch as a revision of the General Rules is planned within the coming year. Thus, the text includes previously approved actions and amendments to the Rules and certain references compatible with the chancellorship system.

Therefore, I recommend that Section 26 of the General Rules Concerning University Organization and Procedure be amended as indicated (material to be deleted is lined through; underlined material is to be added).

The University Senates Conference concurs in this proposed amendment.

IV. Employment Policies Terms of Employment of Academic and Administrative Staff Sec. 26. (a) Thetenns of employment of the academic and administrative staff, as defined in the University of Illinois Statutes and the General Rules Concerning

University Organization and Procedure, shall be explicitly stated by the nominating officer, indicating that services are required for:

(1) The academic year, which shall consist of two semesters at the UrbanaChampaign campus or three leims at Chicago Professional Colleges quarters at the Chicago Circle and the Medical Center campuses.

(2) Twelve months, including allowable vacation.

(3) The summer session or summer quarter.

(4) Other stated periods.



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