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Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese ANOAR AIEX, Associate Professor of Portuguese and in Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, second semester, 1974-75, full pay; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

HUGO W. COWES, Associate Professor of Spanish, first semester, 1974-75, twothirds pay.

MARTHA P. FRANCESCATO, Assistant Professor of Spanish, first semester, 1974-75, two-thirds pay.

ALBERTO PORQUERAS, Professor of Spanish, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Speech Communication RUTH A. CLARK, Associate Professor of Speech Communication, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

School of Life Sciences Biology Program DAVID L. NANNEY, Professor of Zoology and Executive Officer for Biology Programs, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Botany DALE M. STEFFENSEN, Professor of Botany, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

ROBERT W. TUVESON, Associate Professor of Botany, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Entomology STANLEY FRIEDMAN, Professor of Entomology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Microbiology SAMUEL KAPLAN,1 Professor of Microbiology, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay, or first semester, 1974-75, full pay; full year leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Zoology NELDA E. ALGER, Associate Professor of Zoology, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

DAVID L. STOCUM, Associate Professor of Zoology, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Mathematics FELIX R. ALBRECHT, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

EARL R. BERKSON, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT BOHRER, Associate Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

FRANZ E. HOHN, Professor of Mathematics and Research Professor in the Coordinated Science Laboratory, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

GERALD J. JANUSZ, Associate Professor of Mathematics, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

FRANK B. KNIGHT, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

PETER A. LOEB, Associate Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

PAUL E. SCHUPP, Associate Professor of Mathematics, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

EDWARD J. SCOTT, Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

KENNETH B. STOLARSKY, Associate Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

510 [March 20

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

WILLIAM F. STOUT, Associate Professor of Mathematics, second semester, 1974full pay.

Department of Political Science IRA H. CARMEN, Associate Professor of Political Science, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

MILTON HOBBS, Associate Professor of Political Science, second semester, 1974full pay.

STUART S. NAGEL, 1 Professor of Political Science, first semester, 1974-75, one-half p a y ; leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Psychology JOZEF B. COHEN, Professor of Psychology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

MARTIN FISHBEIN, Professor of Psychology and Research Professor of Communications in the Institute of Communications Research, College of Communications, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

GEORGE B. GRAEN, Associate Professor of Psychology and in the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

JERRY HIRSCH, Professor of Psychology and of Zoology, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

JULIAN RAPPAPOHT, Associate Professor of Psychology, one year beginning August 21, 1974, one-half pay.

WARREN M. STEINMAN, Associate Professor of Psychology, four months beginning August 21, 1974, and two months beginning J u n e 21, 1975, full pay.

Department of Sociology NORMAN K. DENZIN, Professor of Sociology, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

NORMAN JACOBS, Professor of Sociology and in Center for Asian Studies, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

MAURICIO SOLAUN, Associate Professor of Sociology and in Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

NORBERT F. W I L E Y, Associate Professor of Sociology and in Institute of Government and Public Affairs, first semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Library ELEANOR BLUM, Communications Librarian and Professor of Library Administration, six months beginning J a n u a r y 1, 1975, full pay.

College of Physical Education Department of Physical Education JOANNA DAVENPORT, Associate Professor of Physical Education, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

HELGA M. DEUTSCH, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

ANNELIS S. HOYMAN, Associate Professor of Physical Education, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

MARJORIE A. SOUDER, Associate Professor of Physical Education, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Jane Addams School of Social W o r k KETAYUN H. GOULD, Assistant Professor of Social Work, second semester, 1974full pay.

P A U L L. LEUENBERGER, Associate Professor of Social Work, six months beginning January 1, 1975, full pay.

College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology ROGER P. L I N K, ' Professor of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology and H e a d of the Department and Professor of Veterinary Research in the College of Agriculture, six months beginning September 15, 1974, full pay.





Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 511 Department of Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene DIEGO SEGRE, 1 Professor of Veterinary Microbiology and Public Health and of Veterinary Research in the College of Agriculture, second semester, 1974-75, full pay.

Office of Instructional Resources H. RICHARD SMOCK, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology and Head, Course Development, Office of Instructional Resources, six months beginning F e b r u a r y 14, 1975, full pay.

Office of Continuing Education and Public Service ALLAN J. HARRISON, Associate Professor of Labor and Industrial Relations and in Office of Continuing Education and Public Service, six months beginning January 6, 1975, full pay.

J O H N A. O'CONNOR, Academic Coordinator and Associate Professor, Continuing Education and Public Service in Music, six months beginning August 3, 1974, full pay.

THOMAS J. WISNIEWSKI, Associate Professor of Music in the School of Music, College of Fine and Applied Arts, and in Continuing Education and Public Service in Music, six months beginning January 20, 1975, full pay.

Medical Center College of Dentistry Department of Oral Diagnosis LAWRENCE COHEN, Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Head of the Department, six months beginning September 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Oral Pathology NICHOLAS G. GRAND, Professor of Oral Pathology, six months beginning January 5, 1975, full pay.

Department of Histology ARTHUR F. GRIMM, Professor of Histology and of Physiology in the School of Basic Afedical Sciences, College of Medicine, one year beginning August 1, 1974, one-half pay.

College of Medicine Department of Pathology LEON J. L E BEAU, Professor of Pathology and of Microbiology, six months beginning September 1, 1974, full pay.

Department of Pharmacology MARTIN P. SCHULMAN, 1 Professor of Pharmacology, one year beginning September 1, 1974, one-half pay, or six months beginning September 1, 1974, full p a y ;

full year leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Chicago Circle College of Architecture and A r t Department of Architecture RENE AMON, 1 Professor of Structural Engineering in Architecture, fall and winter quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

ELLIOTT E. DUDNIK, Associate Professor of Architecture, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, and fall quarter, 1975-76, one-half pay.

Department of Art LEON BELLIN, Associate Professor of Art, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

H A N S K. SCHAAL, Assistant Professor of Art, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

S I M O N D. STEINER, Professor of Art, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

512 BOARD O F TRUSTEES [March 20 College of Business Administration Department of Accounting EDWIN COHEN, Professor of Accounting and Head of the Department, winter quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Economics RONALD P. MOSES, Assistant Professor of Economics, winter quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

HOUSTON H. STOKES, Assistant Professor of Economics, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Marketing MARY JANE SCHLINGER, Associate Professor of Marketing, fall and winter quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

Department of Quantitative Methods LAUTHA SANATHANAN, Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

College of Engineering Department of Energy Engineering ALLEN C. COGLEY, Associate Professor of Energy Engineering, second half of winter quarter and all of spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

W. J. MINKOWYCZ, Associate Professor of Heat Transfer in Energy Engineering, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

SATISH C. SAXENA, Professor of Energy Engineering, fall and winter quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

Department of Information Engineering C. K. SANATHANAN, Professor of Information Engineering, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

PIERGIORGIO L. E. USLENGHI,1 Associate Professor of Solid State and Quantitative Electronics in Information Engineering, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay;

leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

B. L. ZUBER, Professor of Bioengineering in Information Engineering, winter quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Materials Engineering TED B. BELYTSCHKO, Associate Professor of Structural Mechanics in Materials Engineering, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75j three-fourths pay.

DONALD G. LEMKE, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering in Materials Engineering, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

MICHAEL J. WEINS, Assistant Professor of Metallurgy in Materials Engineering, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Systems Engineering DEEPAK BAMMI, Assistant Professor of Systems Engineering, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

FRANCIS A. MOSILLO, Assistant Professor of General Engineering in Systems Engineering and Assistant Head of Administration, Department of Systems Engineering, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology LAURA BOHANNAN, Professor of Anthropology, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

SUSAN T. FREEMAN, Associate Professor of Anthropology, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 513 Department of Biological Sciences LOUISE E. ANDERSON, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

SIDNEY F. GLASSMAN, Professor of Biological Sciences, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Chemistry RICHARD P. BURNS, Associate Professor of Chemistry, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

ROBERT M. MORIARTY, Professor of Chemistry, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Classics ELIZABETH R. GEBHARD, Associate Professor of Classics, fall and winter quarters, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of English NANCY ROCKMORE CIRILLO,' Assistant Professor of English, spring quarter, 1974three-fourths pay.

J O H N A. CONLEY, Professor of English, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, and fall quarter, 1975-76, one-half pay.

MICHAEL J. LIEB, Associate Professor of English, fall and winter quarters, 1974one-half pay.

R A L P H J. MILLS, J R., Professor of English, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

A. L A V O N N E RUOFF, 1 Associate Professor of English, spring quarter, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

MARTIN L. W I N E, 1 Professor of English, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

Department of French CLARA S. SKOGEN, Assistant Professor of French, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Geography JAMES E. LANDING, Associate Professor of Geography, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Geological Sciences NORMAN D. SMITH, Associate Professor of Geological Sciences, fall and onehalf winter quarters, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of History PETER D ' A. JONES, Professor of History, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

DAVID P. JORDAN, Associate Professor of History, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

MICHAEL PERMAN, Assistant Professor of History, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

EDWARD C. THADEN, Professor of History, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Mathematics MARVIN I. R N O P P, 1 Professor of Mathematics, fall and winter quarters, 1974-75, one-half pay.

GRACE M. NOLAN, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

Department of Music RICHARD E. NORTON, Associate Professor of Music and Acting Head of the Department, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Philosophy DANIEL P. BERGER, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

ARTHUR I. F I N E, Professor of Philosophy, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Subsequently cancelled without prejudice.

514 [March 20

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

NEAL K. GROSSMAN, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, spring quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

P A U L R. TELLER, Associate Professor of Philosophy, fall quarter, 1974-75, full pay.

WABREN K E N T W I L S O N, Associate Professor of Philosophy, spring quarter, 1974full pay.

Department of Physics HELMUT CLAUS, Associate Professor of Physics, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

DAVID S. SCHBEIBER, Associate Professor of Physics, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, three-fourths pay.

R A M R. SHARMA, Professor of Physics, academic year, 1974-75, one-half p a y ;

leave contingent upon receipt of supplementary financial aid.

Department of Political Science BOYD R. KEENAN, Professor of Political Science and in the Institute of Government and Public Affairs, academic year, 1974-75, one-half pay.

Department of Psychology P H I L I P A S H, Professor of Psychology, winter and spring quarters, 1974-75, and fall quarter, 1975-76, one-half pay.



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