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99. RICHARD A. HUTCHINSON, Director of Hospital Pharmacy-Central Services and Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, beginning October 1, 1973 (DY.AY), at an annual salary of $32,000.

100. ANDREW J. MATUREN, Director and Associate Professor, Curriculum in Medical Laboratory Sciences, School of Associated Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1973 (DY,AY), at an annual salary of $18,500.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 353

101. JOSEPH L. PREISSIG, Assistant Dean for Administrative Affairs, Office of Executive Dean, College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1973 (DY), at an annual salary of $28,000.

102. JOHN D. THORPE, Associate Dean for Advanced Education and Research and Professor of Radiology, College of Dentistry; Professor of Health Resources Management, School of Public Health, beginning August 1, 1973 (DY), at an annual salary of $32,000.

103. HARRIET H. WERLEY, Associate Dean for Research and Professor of General Nursing, College of Nursing, beginning April 1, 1974 (DY.AY), at an annual salary of $37,000.

Urbana-Champaign

104. RICHARD J. SCHIMMEL, Assistant Dean, School of Associated Medical Sciences, and Region 3-B Coordinator, Area Health Education System contract, beginning August 1,1973 (DY), at an annual salary of $23,500.

O n motion of M r. Swain, these appointments were confirmed.

T H E J. G. RANDALL DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORSHIP IN HISTORY

(12) On October 18, 1972, the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois established a Chair known as "The J. G. Randall Distinguished Professorship in History," to be offered to a person whose scholarly career is associated with the field of American History in1 which Professor Randall gave distinguished service.

Since that time, a search has been conducted in an effort to identify an individual who would meet the high qualifications for this prestigious Chair.

The Chancellor at the Urbana-Champaign campus, after consulting with the Chairman of the Department of History, the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, has recommended the appointment of Professor Robert Johannsen as the J. G. Randall Distinguished Professor of American History, effective August 21, 1973. This appointment would be on a nine-month service basis at a minimum salary of $35,000.' A portion of this salary will be paid from the J. G. Randall and Ruth Painter Randall Memorial Fund, and a portion from State funds.

In the judgment of the Search Committee, Professor Johannsen has clearly established himself as one of the outstanding scholars in this country in the field of Civil War and Reconstruction history. His recent biography of Stephen A.

Douglas has received wide scholarly and critical acclaim.

The Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of M r. Swain, this appointment was approved.

NONSALARIED FACULTY OF T H E COLLEGE O F MEDICINE

FOR 19 7 3 - 7 4 (13) On recommendation of the Chancellor at the Medical Center, I have approved appointments and reappointments to the nonsalaried faculty of the College of Medicine for the academic year beginning September 1, 1973. The list of these appointments is being filed with the Secretary of the Board for record, and his office will issue the usual notices to the appointees.

A summary of the number of appointments in each department is printed below. The total number is 2,167, of which 101 are on emeritus status. The total for 1972-73 was 2,124, of which 104 were on emeritus status.

O n motion of M r. Neal, these appointments were approved.

Search Committee membership: Winton U. Solberg, Professor of History, University of Illinois, Chairman; LaWonda Cox, Professor of History, Hunter College; Alfred Kelley, Professor of History, Wayne State University; Thomas A. Kreuger, Associate Professor of History, University of Illinois; Clark C. Spence, Professor of History, University of Illinois;

and Bell I. Wiley, Professor of History, Emory University.

The terms of Mrs. Randall's wiil make it clear that the person holding the Chair must receive from University funds at least the minimum salary paid to a full professor of History;

the income from the trust is to be paid to the person holding the Chair. It is, however, anticipated that each appointee will in practice be offered a fixed salary, to include both anticipated income from the trust and at least a sum equivalent to the minimum salary established by the University for full professors, such sum to be paid from University funds.

[September 12 354 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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FRANKLIN J. REISS, Professor of Farm Management and Land Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Resident Associate, to study land-use planning and resource allocation.

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

LEAVE OF ABSENCE. CHANCELLOR PELTASON

(15) The Danforth Foundation has invited the Chancellor at the Urbana-Champaign campus to be one of twenty recipients of a special grant for professional advancement, subject to institutional approval of an appropriate leave of absence.

The Danforth program is designed "to provide opportunities for college and university administrators to enlarge their perspectives of current and future educational issues and to reinforce the administrator's leadership capabilities in higher education." The grant requires that a leave of absence be taken from current duties for a period of time no less than two or more than four months.





Chancellor Peltason has indicated his intention to use the leave of absence to carry out research in the growing body of literature relating to higher education and to consult with educational administrators at other institutions, the intent being to gain additional perspectives on problems confronting the campus administrator, especially in a multicampus system.

Although the proposed leave of absence is distinct from the program of administrative leaves approved by the Board of Trustees on June 20, 1973, it is compatible with the action of the Board which anticipated special leave of absence opportunities for chancellors and the institutional benefit derived in taking advantage of them.

Accordingly, I recommend that Chancellor Peltason be granted a leave of absence with pay for a period of time no longer than three months beginning on November 21, 1973, to undertake on behalf of the University the above described research study. All expenses in support of the research study and the benefits to be derived from it are to be covered by the grant from the Danforth Foundation.

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

SABBATICAL LEAVES OF ABSENCE, 1 9 7 3 - 7 4 (16) The Chancellors at Urbana-Champaign and Chicago Circle have recommended that the following faculty members be given sabbatical leaves of absence in accordance with the provisions of the University of Illinois Statutes and on the 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 and the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination has reviewed the applications for the leaves and recommends approval.

I concur.

Chicago Circle College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of English JANE D. NOVAK, Assistant Professor of English, fall quarter, 1973-74, full pay.

Urbana-Champaign Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations PHILLIPS L. GARMAN, Professor of Labor and Industrial Relations and in Division of University Extension, six months beginning January 6, 1974, full pay.

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

MODIFICATION OF FRESHMAN ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

FOR NONRESIDENTS OF ILLINOIS

(17) On recommendation of the University Committee on Admissions, the Senates at Chicago Circle and Urbana-Champaign have recommended a modification in the freshman admission requirements for nonresidents of Illinois.

This leave was subsequently canceled without prejudice.

356 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [September 12 The present policy for admission of beginning freshmen who are nonresidents of Illinois, adopted by the Board of Trustees on July 22, 1964, is as follows: "In addition to all other requirements for admission to the college and curriculum of his choice, a nonresident of Illinois must rank at least in the highest quarter of his high school graduating class to be admitted to any curriculum in the University."

Currently some colleges and programs accept all resident applicants who meet minimum qualifications and still have spaces available. Additional students could be handled using the same resources required for teaching residents of Illinois.

Under these circumstances, nonresidents of Illinois who meet the same requirements for admission as residents should have the opportunity of obtaining admission. _ Accordingly, it is recommended that the current policy be modified, effective for admission to the 1973-74 second semester or winter quarter and thereafter, by the following addition: In those colleges and programs in which spaces are adequate to admit all minimally qualified beginning freshman applicants who are residents of Illinois, however, applicants who are nonresidents of Illinois shall be admitted if space is available on the same basis as residents of Illinois.

The Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs.

The University Senates Conference has indicated no further Senate jurisdiction is involved.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of Mr. H a h n, this recommendation was approved.

WAIVER O F T U I T I O N. U N I V E R S I T Y - P U E R T O RICAN

COOPERATIVE TEACHING PROJECT. URBANA

(18) In April, 1973, the Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign and the Secretary of Education of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico signed a general memorandum of agreement concerning a cooperative teaching project. Under the terms of the agreement, which constituted an expansion of a project begun in 1968, the Puerto Rican Department of Education would provide internship positions within its teaching staff for up to thirty-five University of Illinois graduate students and other services and facilities, the value of which may exceed $400,000.

In return, the University would offer instruction at Urbana for selected Puerto Rican educational personnel "subject to a mutually satisfactory agreement providing for the payment of instructional costs." The implementing agreement provides that the University will waive the nonresident portion of tuition for the Puerto Rican Department of Education staff members accepted at the University — a commitment which will probably not exceed $42,000 in value.

In order to complete the agreement, the Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign has recommended that the Board of Trustees authorize the waiver of the nonresident portion of tuition for those Commonwealth Department of Education personnel involved in this project.

The Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs.

I recommend approval.

O n motion of M r. Swain, this recommendation was approved.

AMENDMENT OF T H E URBANA-CHAMPAIGN SENATE CONSTITUTION

(19) In accordance with the University of Illinois Statutes the following amendment to Article I, Section 4, of the Urbana-Champaign Senate Constitution is being presented. The Senate at its final meeting in 1972-73 approved the amendment by the required two-thirds vote of the Senators present.

(1) Any member of the Senate may introduce at a regular or special meeting of the Senate a proposed amendment to the Constitution. Due notice (Article V, Section 10) shall be given that the amendment will be introduced at such meeting. H the Senate so determines, the amendment as introduced or as modified by the Senate shall be submitted to the faculty electorate as provided in para graph (b) of this section.

(2) Upon submission to the Senate of a petition proposing an amendment to this Constitution, signed by at least that number of members of the faculty electorate required to obtain an expression of opinion under the procodurcn of 1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 357 Article V, Section 1, such amendment shall be submitted to the faculty electo rate as provided in paragraph (b) of this section.

b. Upon initiation of a proposed amendment ao provided above, the amendment shall be submitted to the faculty electorate under the procedures of Article V, Section 1, for an expression of opinion with regard to the approval or disapproval of such amendment, The results of the poll of the faculty elec torate shall be made public. Within a reasonable time thereafter, the The Senate shall act on the amendment at a subsequent regular or special meeting.

Due notice (Article V, Section 10) shall be given that the amendment will be acted upon at such meeting. Adoption of the amendment shall require a vote of no less than 2/3 of the Senators present at the meeting. After adoption of a constitutional amendment by the Senate, the Senate shall transmit the amendment to the Board of Trustees for appropriate action, in accordance with the University Statutes.

The University Senates Conference has indicated that no further Senate jurisdiction is involved. The Chancellor at Urbana and the Vice President for Academic Development "and Coordination have forwarded this amendment for appropriate approval.

I recommend approval.

On motion of Mr. Forsyth, this recommendation and the proposed revision of Article I, Section 4, of the Urbana-Champaign Senate Constitution were approved.

ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ENERGY RESOURCES CENTER.

CHICAGO CIRCLE

(20) The Chicago Circle Senate on June 1, 1973, endorsed a proposal for the establishment of an Energy Resources Center for the purpose of studying and offering advice on the overall energy problem in the State of Illinois.



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