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Department of Food Science HAROLD H. DRAPER, 1 Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry in Food Science, six months beginning August 1, 1974, full pay.

L U N S H I N W E I, Associate Professor of Food Science, six months beginning January 1, 1975, full pay.

Department of Horticulture J. W. COURTER, Associate Professor of Horticulture, six months beginning June 1, 1974, full pay.

DAVID B. DICKINSON, JR., Associate Professor of Plant Physiology in Horticulture, six months beginning August 21, 1974, full pay.

School of Human Resources and Family Studies KARLYNE A. ANSPACH, Associate Professor of Textiles and Clothing, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Plant Pathology MALCOLM C. SHURTLEFF, Professor of Plant Pathology and Extension Plant Pathologist, six months beginning November 20, 1974, full pay.

I n s t i t u t e of A v i a t i o n ROBERT C. WILLIGES, Associate Professor of Aviation, and of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

College of C o m m e r c e a n d B u s i n e s s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Department of Accountancy P H I L I P EUGENE FESS, Professor of Accountancy, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Economics ROYALL BRANDIS, Professor of Economics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

H A N S J. BREMS, Professor of Economics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT W. GILLESPIE, Associate Professor of Economics, second semester, 1974full pay.

ROBERT W. RESEK, Professor of Economics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

TAKASHI TAKAYAMA, 1 Professor of Economics and of Agricultural Economics in the College of Agriculture, six months beginning January 1, 1975, full pay.

Department of Finance RICHARDS C. OSBORN, Professor of Finance, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

College of C o m m u n i c a t i o n s Department of Journalism JAMES W. CAREY, Professor of Journalism and Research Professor of Communications and Director of Institute of Communications Research, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

GENE S. GILMORE, Associate Professor of Journalism, second semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

College of E d u c a t i o n Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation JAMES L. WARDROP, Associate Professor in the Center and of Educational Psychology, six months beginning J u n e 21, 1974, full pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 505 Institute for Research on Exceptional Children K E I T H G. SCOTT, 1 Associate Professor in the Institute for Research on Exceptional Children and Director of the Institute, Research Associate Professor in the Children's Research Center, Graduate College, and Associate Professor of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, six months beginning January 1, 1975, full p a y ; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Educational Administration and Supervision FRED D. CARVER, Associate Professor of Educational Administration and Supervision and Acting Chairman of the Department, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

TERRY U. O ' B A N I O N, Professor of Higher Education, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

THOMAS J. SERGIOVANNI, Professor of Educational Administration and Supervision, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Educational Policy Studies P A U L C. VIOLAS, Associate Professor of History of Education, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Educational Psychology THOMAS J. LONG, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Acting Chairman of the Department, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

RAY H. SIMPSON, Professor of Educational Psychology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

CHARLES K. W E S T, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education J O H N A. EASLEY, JR., Professor of Elementary Education, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

LILIAN G. K A T Z, Professor of Early Childhood Education in Elementary E d u cation and Director of Educational Resources Information Center, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Secondary and Continuing Education ALAN L. MADSEN, Associate Professor of Secondary Education, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

LAWRENCE E. METCALF, Professor of Secondary Education, second semester, 1974full pay.

A L A N C. PURVES, Professor of English Education in Elementary Education and in Secondary and Continuing Education, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Vocational and Technical Education H A Z E L TAYLOR SPITZE, P r o f e s s o r of Vocational and Technical Education, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

College of E n g i n e e r i n g Department of Civil Engineering K A M W U W O N G, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

B E N C H I E YEN, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Electrical Engineering GEORGE E. ANNER, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Laboratory, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

BENJAMIN C. KUO, J Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Subsequently resigned from the University effective September 30, 1974.





' Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

506 [March 20

BOAKD OF TRUSTEES

P. EDWARD MAST, Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT J. TURNBULL,1 Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

HAROLD D. WEBB, Professor of Electrical Engineering, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering BEI TSE CHAO, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and of Nuclear Engineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

RICHARD E. KLEIN, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Metallurgy and Mining Engineering PAUL A. BECK, Professor of Physical Metallurgy, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

HOWARD K. BIRNBAUM, Professor of Physical Metallurgy, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Nuclear Engineering Program GEORGE H. MILEY,1 Professor of Nuclear Engineering and of Electrical Engineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Physics FELIX T. ADLER,1 Professor of Physics and of Nuclear Engineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ANSEL C. ANDERSON, Professor of Physics, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

RICHARD M. BROWN, Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering and Research Professor in Coordinated Science Laboratory, second semester, 1974full pay.

LORELLA M. JONES, Associate Professor of Physics, academic year, 1974-75, onehalf pay.

ULRICH E. KRUSE, Professor of Physics, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

THOMAS A. O'HALLORAN, JR., 1 Professor of Physics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

CLARK S. ROBINSON, Research Professor of Physics, six months beginning July 1, 1974, full pay.

MYRON B. SALAMON, Associate Professor of Physics, academic year, 1974-75, onehalf pay.

Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics MARLYN E. CLARK, Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and of Bioengineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Architecture GUIDO FRANCESCATO, Associate Professor of Architecture, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

JAMES F. KNIGHT, Associate Professor of Architecture, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

CHRISTOPHER A. MOYER, Associate Professor of Architecture, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

JOHN G. REPLINGER, Professor of Architecture, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT L. WRIGHT, Associate Professor of Architecture, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Art and Design ROGER A. KOTOSKE, Associate Professor of Art, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

NORMAN T. MCFARLAND, Professor of Art, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

LEONARD H. PRICE, Professor of Art, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

SHOZO SATO, Associate Professor of Art and Artist in Residence at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, second semester, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 507 HENRY C. STEPHENS, JR., Associate Professor of Art, second semester, 1974-75;

full pay.

Department of Landscape Architecture WALTER M. KEITH, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Director of Robert Allerton Park, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

School of Music FRANCES F. CRAWFORD, Associate Professor of Music, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT E. GRAY, Professor of Music and Assistant Director of the School, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

J. ROBERT KELLY, Professor of Music, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Theatre JOHN C. AHART, Associate Professor of Theatre and of Speech Communication in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROMAN E. TYMCHYSHYN, Associate Professor of Theatre, second semester, 1974full pay.

Department of Urban and Regional Planning CLYDE W. FORREST, JR., Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ERIC C. FREUND, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, academic year (three and a half months, second semester, 1974-75, and first semester, 1975one-half pay.

Louis B. WETMORE, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Graduate College Department of Computer Science JAMES E. ROBERTSON, Professor of Computer Science and of Electrical Engineering in the College of Engineering, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

College of Law STEPHEN B. GOLDBERG,1 Professor of Law, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay, or second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

WAYNE R. LAFAVE, Professor of Law and Associate Dean of the College, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology HAROLD A. GOULD, Professor of Anthropology and Associate Director of the Center for Asian Studies, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

HAROLD M. Ross, Associate Professor of Anthropology, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

School of Chemical Sciences Department of Chemistry GILBERT P. HAIGHT, JR., Professor of Chemistry, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

NELSON J. LEONARD, Professor of Chemistry and in the Center for Advanced Study, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

JAMES C. MARTIN, Professor of Chemistry, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Division of English as a Second Language MARIA E. KEEN, Assistant Professor in the Division of English as a Second Language, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Geology DANIEL BRYAN BLAKE, Associate Professor of Geology, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently resigned from the University effective August 20, 1974.

508 [March 20

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

PATRICK A. DOMENICO, Professor of Geology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

D E N N I S S. WOOD, 1 Associate Professor of Geology, second semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

S c h o o l of H u m a n i t i e s Department of Classics J O H N J. BATEMAN, Professor of Classics and of Speech Communications and Acting Director of School of Humanities, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

DAVID F. BRIGHT, Assistant Professor of Classics, first semester, 1974-75, twothirds pay.

HOWARD JACOBSON, Associate Professor of Classics, first semester 1974-75, full pay.

Department of English P A U L A. FRIEDMAN, Associate Professor of English, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

ALLAN G. HOLADAY, Professor of English, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ACHSAH G. KAUFMAN, Assistant Professor of English, first semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

J O A N LARSEN KLEIN, Assistant Professor of English, first semester, 1974-75, twothirds pay.

LAURENCE J. LIEBERMAN, Professor of English, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

HERBERT MARDER, Associate Professor of English, second semester, 1974-75, twothirds pay.

MICHAEL A. MULLIN, Assistant Professor of English, second semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

JAMES J. SCANLON, Assistant Professor of English, second semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

JEFFREY A. SWANSON, Assistant Professor of English, first semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

Department of French BARBARA C. BOWEN, Professor of French, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

VINCENT E. BOWEN, Associate Professor of French, academic year, 1974-75, onehalf pay.

BRUCE H. MAINOUS, Professor of French and Director of Unit, Foreign Language Study and Research, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

YVES VELAN, Professor of French, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

L U I S A V E L A N - C H I N I, Assistant Professor of French, first semester, 1974-75, onehalf pay.

Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures U. HENRY GERLACH, Assistant Professor of German and Counselor in Teacher Education in the College of Education, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

IRMENGARD RAUCH, Professor of German and of Linguistics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of History WALTER L. ARNSTEIN, Professor of History and Chairman of Department (effective August 20, 1974), second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

J. LEONARD BATES, Professor of History, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

WALDO H. H E I N M C H S, JR.,* Professor of History, first semester, 1974-75, twothirds pay.

K E I T H HITCHINS, Professor of History, academic year (second semester, 1974-75, and first semester, 1975-76), one-half pay.

W I N T O N U. SOLBERG, Professor of History, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Linguistics BRAT B. KACHRU, Professor of Linguistics and of English and Head of Department, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

Subsequently resigned from the University effective August 20, 1974.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 509 Department of Philosophy RICHARD L. SCHACHT, Associate Professor of Philosophy, second semester, 1974full pay.

DAVID S. SHWAYDER, Professor of Philosophy, second semester, 1974-75, onehalf pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.



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