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G. HARLAN BANE, President, Chicago-Joliet Livestock Marketing Center, Inc., Box 157, Joliet, Illinois 60434 M R S. ROBERT E. ( M A R I O N ) BEST, Editor, Moultrie County News, Inc., 1 West Jackson Street, Sullivan, Illinois 61951 M R S. ROGER L. (ELIZABETH) BROOKS, Homemaker, Route # 2, Jerseyville, Illinois NED S. BROWN, Farmer, R.R. # 2, Box 132, Galesburg, Illinois 61401 STANLEY J. BUTT, General Manager, Midwest Division — Norris F a r m s, Box 486, Havana, Illinois 62644 ROGER W. CAIN, Executive Director, Illinois Pharmaceutical Association, 222 West Adams Street, Suite 546, Chicago, Illinois 60606 KENNETH H. CASSENS, Director/Advertising/Public Relations, T h e Country Companies, P.O. Box 2000, Bloomington, Illinois 61701 MICHAEL J. CASsrDV, Photo Department Manager, Emmert D r u g Company, 8 West Stephenson Street, Freeport, Illinois 61032 M R S. JAMES H. (KARLEN) COONEY, Chief Probate Clerk, McHenry County Circuit Clerk's Office, 2200 N. Seminary Avenue, Woodstock, Illinois 60098 MRS. DOROTHY COYNE, Teacher, Pontiac H i g h School, 1100 Indiana Avenue, Pontiac, Illinois 61764 MRS. P H I L I P (MARIETTA) DIERSTEIN, Homemaker, 702 Chapel Street, Ottawa, Illinois 61350 OTHELLO R. ELLIS, Executive Director, Abraham Lincoln Centre, 3858 South Cottage, Chicago, Illinois 60653 MRS, J O H N B. ( H E L E N ) FILLMAN, Office Manager, Grundy County Health Improvement Assoc., R.R. 1, Box 94, Mazon, Illinois 60444 1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 447 CHARLES N. FINSON, President, National Bank of Monticello, 100 West Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois 61856 WESLEY H. GROFF, Ordained Minister, The First Christian Church of Areola, 311 East Main Street, Areola, Illinois 61910 GERALD J. HERRMANN, Land Improvement Contractor, Cooprider Drainage Company, Rural Route 1, Rochelle, Illinois 61068 ROSALEEN HERTEL, Acting Director, Saint Xavier College, School of Nursing, 103 Street & Central P a r k Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60655 M R S. WILLIAM A. H E W I T T, Friendship Farms, Box 612, East Moline, Illinois 61244 M R S. ROBERT S. (LUCILLE) HILLAN, Homemaker, 1427 34th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois 61201 M R S. R A Y F. (DOROTHY) HUSSER, Homemaker, R.R. 3, Princeton, Illinois 61356 JAMES R. HUTCHINSON, Partner, F a r m Management & Rural Appraisal, Hutchinson F a r m Management, 912 South State Street, Geneseo, Illinois 61254 M R S. MARY K. ISBELL, Librarian, Southern Illinois University, Morris Library, Carbondale, Illinois 62901 M R S. BARENT O. (ELIZABETH) JOHNSON, Teacher, Rockford Board of Education, District 205, 201 South Madison Street, Rockford, Illinois 61103 MELVILLE C. KNIRSCH, Division Manager, Montgomery W a r d, 2005 Belvidere, Waukegan, Illinois 60085 M R S. R. E. WILLIAM ( H E L E N ) LEASMAN, Farm Manager, C. E. Rutherford Farms, 217 College Avenue, Carlinville, Illinois 62626 M R S. DONALD ( J E A N ) LEPLEY, Homemaker, R.R. 1, Genoa, Illinois 60135 ROBERT A. LEVIN, President, Community Programs, Inc., I l l East Wacker Drive, Suite 2208, Chicago, Illinois 60601 EARL R. LIND, President, Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc., 430 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611 DAVID W. MAHER, Lawyer, Kirkland & Ellis, 2900 Prudential Plaza, Chicago, Illinois 60601 M R S. RUSSELL L. ( J U N E ) MEECE, Administrative Assistant, Placement and Special Events, MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois 62650 L E O G. PIPER, Publisher, Crescent Newspapers, Inc., 6800 West 159th Street, Tinley Park, Illinois 60477 ERNEST H. POOL, J R., Attorney, Pool & Pool, Attorneys, 61lVi LaSalle Street, Ottawa, Illinois 61350 M R S. BARBARA POTTS, Homemaker, 316 West 8th Street, Beardstown, Illinois P H I L I P SACKS, Pharmacist, Phil Sacks Drugs, 8350 West Lawrence Avenue, Norridge, Illinois 60656 M R S. M. H. (JUDY) W A L L, Sales — R e a l Estate, Illinois Valley Real Estate, 120 North Congress, Rushville, Illinois 62681 ROBERT J. W E B B, Farmer, Tanglefoot Ranch, Simpson, Illinois 62985 M R S. RUSSELL WEGER, Teacher-Aide, Bond County Community School Unit # 2, Greenville, Illinois 62246 O n m o t i o n of M r. S w a i n, these a p p o i n t m e n t s w e r e a p p r o v e d.



(5) In a separate paper mailed to the Board of Trustees prior to this meeting, I outlined the general structure and future objectives for the Office of Academic Development and Coordination. T h a t report was referred to in the April, 1972, action establishing the office and reiterated the three basic responsibilities assigned to the academic Vice President. One of those responsibilities relates to the

function of academic coordination:

T h e coordination of the operation of the various components of the University to insure that the University functions as an organic university rather than as an aggregate of unrelated campuses and capitalizes upon the advantages of its resources as a system.

T w o years after the reorganization statement significant progress has been made toward this goal, but it is necessary to reaffirm our commitment to the development of University-wide programmatic and support systems where such 448 [February 20


arrangements constitute the most effective response of the University to the requirements of its mission. There is a need for one major staff position if we are to implement that commitment. After consultation with faculty and administrators at all three campuses, one person emerged possessing the combination of talent and experience required to undertake such a challenge, and George Russell has agreed to accept such a responsibility. Presently the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Acting Dean of the Graduate College at the Urbana-Champaign campus, Dr. Russell has worked directly for a Department Head, a college Dean, the Graduate Dean, and the academic Vice Chancellor. A Professor of Physics, he would bring to the Vice President's office distinguished faculty service, extensive administrative experience, and the respect of staff members at every one of the University's campuses.

Dr. Russell will have responsibility for all aspects of system academic coordination as outlined in the background paper, including the planning, implementation, and evaluation of University-wide programs, and the policy issues related to graduate education and research. He will help coordinate the University's input to the Illinois Board of Higher Education "Master Plan — Phase IV," and pay particular attention to the more efficient matching of external resources to internal strengths. A fundamental long-range goal developed for the Vice President and the Associate Vice President will be to have each of the campuses view the quality of the other campuses as intimately related to its own.

The Vice President recommends that Dr. Russell's appointment become effective March 1, contingent upon the progress of the campus' search for a Graduate Dean, and at a salary of $37,500.

I concur.

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


(6) The Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has recommended to the Acting Chancellor at Urbana-Champaign the appointment of Dr. Walter L.

Arnstein, presently Professor of History, as Professor of History on indefinite tenure and Chairman of the Department of History, beginning August 21, 1974, on an academic year service basis, at an annual salary of $26,460.

Dr. Arnstein will succeed Dr. Robert M. Sutton who asked to be relieved of this administrative assignment.

The nomination is submitted after consultation with members of the Department of History and on recommendation of its Executive Committee. The nomination is supported by the Executive Committees of the School of Humanities and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The Acting Chancellor at UrbanaChampaign approves the recommendation and the Vice President for Academic Development and Coordination concurs.

I recommend approval.

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


(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 tenure, part-time service only; D — One year; E—Nine months from the beginning of the academic year; F — One-year appointment ending other than August 20 or 31; G — Special tenure; Q — Initial term appointment for a Professor or Associate Professor; T — Terminal appointment, accompanied with or preceded by notice of non-reappointment; 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).

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 449 Chicago Circle

1. ANTHONY DOWNS, Adjunct Professor of Urban Sciences, on one-fourth time, for eight months beginning January 1, 1974 (G25), at a salary of $3,500.

2. ROBERT J. GORDON, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, beginning December 1, 1973 (1), at an annual salary of $13,000.

3. CHARLES JAMES MCGAW, Professor of Drama, on one-tenth time, beginning January 1,1974 (D10), at an annual salary of $3,000.

4. RICHARD M. MICHAELS, Director of the Urban Systems Laboratory and Professor of Urban Systems Engineering, beginning January 1, 1974 (DA), at an annual salary of $28,500.

Medical Center

5. CARLOS ABRAIRA, Assistant Professor of Medicine in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on 7 per cent time, beginning December 1, 1973 (DY7), at an annual salary of $2,000.

6. CHARLES G. FARNUM, JR., Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Peoria School of Medicine, on 15 per cent time, beginning December 1, 1973 (DY15), at an annual salary of $4,500.

7. BILLY R. FREY, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, School of Associated Medical Sciences, beginning January 2, 1974 (G), at an annual salary of $12,000.

8. JAMES N. WATZKE, Assistant Professor of Sociology in Psychiatry in The Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, on 8 per cent time, beginning February I, 1974 (G8), at an annual salary of $1,500.

9. RAYMOND WHITE, Assistant Professor of Fixed Partial Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, beginning January 1, 1974 (1Y), at an annual salary of $17,000.


10. JOHN R. DIEHL, Assistant Professor of Animal Science, beginning January 1, 1974 (1Y), at an annual salary of $15,000.

11. GEORGE L. HODY, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean, School of Basic Medical Sciences, beginning January 15, 1974 (1Y.DY), at an annual salary of $30,000.

12. JON E. IRBY, Assistant Professor and Regional Director in Cooperative Extension Service and Regional Coordinator, Continuing Education and Public Service, beginning February 1, 1974 (1Y.DY), at an annual salary of $20,000.

13. RICHARD RAY JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Crop Production in Agronomy, beginning February 1, 1974 (1Y), at an annual salary of $15,500.

14. SAMUEL S. KOMORITA, Professor of Psychology, beginning August 21, 1974 (A), at an annual salary of $27,000.

15. PAUL MARCUS, Assistant Professor of Law, beginning August 21, 1974 (1), at an annual salary of $19,500.

16. MICHAEL E. MATTHEWS, Assistant Professor of Food Science, beginning April 1, 1974 (1Y), at an annual salary of $15,000.

17. WILLIAM B. ROUSE, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, beginning January 21, 1974 (1), at an annual salary of $13,500.

18. DAVID G. RUSSELL, Assistant Professor of Recreation, beginning January 7, 1974 (WY), at an annual salary of $15,000.

19. TIPTON R. TYLER, Assistant Professor of Animal Science, beginning January 1, 1974 (WY), at an annual salary of $17,000.

20. (Sr.) MARIE C. VITTETOE, Assistant Professor of Vocational and Technical Education, beginning October 28, 1973 (1), at an annual salary of $16,200.

21. ARNOLD S. WATENBERG, Assistant Catalog Librarian and Associate Professor of Library Administration, Library, beginning February 21, 1974 (AY), at an annual salary of $19,000.

22. JOHN E. WALSH, JR., Assistant Professor of Meteorology, Laboratory for Atmospheric Research, beginning January 21, 1974 (1), at an annual salary of $12,000.

Administrative Staff

23. DAVID W. SNYDER, Director, University Payroll Office, beginning November 21, 1973 (DY), at an annual salary of $20,000.

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

450 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [February 20


(8) T h e Senate at the Urbana-Champaign campus has recommended that honorary degrees be conferred on the following persons at the Commencement Exercises on May 19, 1974.

J O H N BARDEEN, physicist, Professor of Physics and in the Center for Advanced Study at the University of Illinois — the degree of Doctor of Science.

HERBERT E. CARTER, biochemist, Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Programs, University of Arizona, and Chairman of the Board of the National Science Foundation — the degree of Doctor of Science.

L E O N N COOPER, physicist, the H e n r y Ledyard Goddard University Professor at Brown University — the degree of Doctor of Science.

ROBERT B. D O W N S, Dean of Library Administration, Emeritus, at the University of Illinois — the degree of Doctor of Letters.

J. ROBERT SCHRIEFFER, physicist, the Mary Amanda Woods Professor at the University of Pennsylvania — the degree of Doctor of Science.

T h e Acting Chancellor concurs in the recommendations.

I recommend approval.

O n m o t i o n of M r. S w a i n, t h e s e degrees w e r e a u t h o r i z e d as recommended.

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