MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
September 11, 1987

The Board of Trustees of Indiana University met in scheduled session on the Indianapolis campus at 11:26 a.m., September 11, 1987. The meeting was called to order by Trustee Richard B. Stoner, and Trustee James W. Dye gave the invocation. Other members of the Board present were: Joseph M. Black, Robert E. Gates, Harry L. Gonso, Emerson Kampen, Edgar F. Kettler, Joseph R. Motherwell, and Ann W. Swedeen. Members of the Administration present were: President Thomas Ehrlich; Executive Vice President W. George Pinnell; Vice Presidents: Gerald L. Bepko, J. Terry Clapacs, Daniel Orescanin, Judith G. Palmer, Ward A. Schaap (representing Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis), and Edgar G. Williams; University Chancellor Herman B Wells; Treasurer John D. Mulholland; Robert E. Burton, Secretary of the Board; Regional Campuses Chancellors: H. Daniel Cohen, Indiana University South Bend; Peggy Elliott, Indiana University Northwest; Charlie Nelms, Indiana University East; Leon Rand, Indiana University Southeast; Hugh L. Thompson, Indiana University at Kokomo; and Thomas P. Wallace, Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne; Ray Casati, Wayne O. Craig, Walter J. Daly, K. Gene Faris, Joseph A. Franklin, Juliet S. Frey, James L. Green, Rosann R. Greene, Charles O. Hardy, Thomas J. Henry, David L. Robbins, Cliff K. Travis, Howard S. Wilcox, Alvin R. York, and Susan Zunt; also, Diana S. Embry and Juanita G. Root, Recorders; Richard Schilling, President of the Student Assembly, Indianapolis, and members of the University News Bureau. Also present were members of the Press.

GENERAL MATTERS

POLICY SEMINAR AND DISCUSSION

Prior to the Scheduled Session, members of the Board and administrators had met for a presentation and discussion of "Student Retention and Attrition," having earlier received a position paper on the subject prepared under the direction of Sara N. McNabb, University Registrar and University Director of Admissions. The discussion was led by a panel moderated by President Ehrlich, consisting of Perry S. Metz, Bloomington Campus Director of Campus Relations; Mrs. McNabb; Carroll A. Nelson, Acting Director of Undergraduate Life at Bloomington; and Carol Nathan, Associate Dean of Faculties, IUPUI.

Mr. Metz presented an overview of the issues, Mrs. McNabb focused on what Information is presently available, Professor Nelson suggested what can be learned at this time, and Professor Nathan commented on steps that make a difference. During the course of their presentations, there was an exchange of ideas among Board members and administrators. A number of the questions related to data not presently available and suggested research that is needed. At the conclusion of the discussion, Board members requested that the administration continue its efforts to increase student retention and to bring additional reports to the Board from time to time.

TRUSTEE MATTERS

1.A.(1) Approval of minutes for meeting of August 4, 1987. Approval by the Board was requested of minutes for the meeting held on August 4, 1987.

1.A.(2) Appointment - Board of Directors, Indianapolis Center for Advanced Research. The term of Glenn W. Irwin, Jr., as a Director of Indianapolis Center for Advanced Research expires in October, 1987.

Election by the Board of a Director for a term ending in 1990 was requested. Glenn W. Irwin, Jr. was nominated.

1.A.(3) Board of Governors, Riley Memorial Association. Terms as a member of the Board of Governors of Riley Memorial Association for the following persons expire in November, 1987.

Herman B Wells
J. Dwight Peterson
Betty J. Dukes, M.D.

Election by the Board of three Governors to serve three-year terms ending ln 1990 was requested. The three incumbents were nominated to succeed themselves.

1.A.(4) Cancellation of October 8-9 meeting. The Board meeting scheduled for October 8-9 1987 at I. U. East has been canceled. The meeting of November 5-6, 1987 will be held at I. U. East instead of the Indianapolis Campus.

1.A.(5) Operating policies and procedures of the Board of Trustees. Trustee Gonso stated that a resolution had been prepared, the primary objective of which is to streamline the Board's operations and to delegate authority to the President and his staff to manage and administer the University effectively. The delegation is consistent, with statutory authorization and will permit Board members to become more actively and deeply involved in substantial policy issues affecting the University's educational and academic planning and programs.

Trustee Kampen commented that the change is a step in the right direction to streamline the decision-making process, but experience may dictate some modifications in the future. Trustee Motherwell stated that the resolution provided tools the President needs to help make the institution one of which all can continue to be proud. Trustee Dye reminded his colleagues that the proposed procedures will put responsibility on the Board to study diligently the reports they receive. Trustee Gonso reiterated that the resolution retains the power and authority of the Board to set policy but charges the President with administration. It is more of a streamlining of operations than a change In past practice. Trustee Black noted that the resolution provides opportunity to make changes in the future if they become necessary. Trustee Stoner commented that the resolution is good because its focus is on the Board's dealing with longer term educational policy, such as was done during the seminar part of the meeting. Reports and other information will still be part of the minutes, but the Board can help in future planning. The University is continuing to exert educational leadership in the State is important, because it relates to economic development of the State, which is vital to all. The following resolution was unanimously adopted, on motion duly made and seconded.

RESOLUTION CONCERNING
AUTHORITY OF THE
PRESIDENT OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees (the "Board") of Indiana University (the "University") has the authority, duty and responsibility to establish, and amend from time to time, the policies of the University and the President of the University has the duty, responsibility and authority to manage and administer the University in accordance with such Board policies, the authority delegated to the President by the Board and all applicable law,

WHEREAS, the President, as the educational leader of the University, has the further responsibility of presenting to the Board recommended policies of the University for consideration and action by the Board and at all times attempts to keep the Board appropriately advised,

WHEREAS, the Board has determined it should focus its primary attention on substantial policy issues of the University, presented to the Board by the President, members of the Board and others,

WHEREAS, for the Board to give full consideration to policies that are of a substantial and continuing value to the University, it is desirable that the President should be delegated explicit authority by the Board to manage, and administer the University and establish routine administrative procedures of the University, and

WHEREAS, it is desirable that such authority be formally delegated to the President:

Now, therefore, be it:

1. RESOLVED, that the Board hereby delegates to the President the authority of the Board, as permitted by Indiana Code 20-12-1-4. The Authority so delegated shall include that conferred by the Indiana Code 20-12-23-2 (general powers of the Board conferred by the 1852 statute as amended), Indiana Code 20-12-1 (powers and duties of the Board as enumerated in the 1969 statute) and other authority granted to the Board by other statutes or implied thereby, but subject to the exceptions and conditions stated in this Resolution.

2. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following exceptions limit the delegation of authority hereby granted the President and will continue to be accomplished by Board action:

(a) The organization of the Board and selection of its officers and committees;
(b) Appointment to membership upon corporate boards specifically providing for Indiana University representation, or to boards of advisors or visitors;
(c) Adoption of any Resolution of the Board specifically required by statute (such as upon the sale of surplus real property), and of bond Resolutions;
(d) Appointment to positions as University officers, deans of schools, and titled professors; appointment and promotion to tenured faculty positions;
(e) Approval of programs and other transactions of the University that require approval of the Higher Education Commission, Governor, or State Budget agency;
(f) Adoption of a budget for the University, or of an appropriation request;
(g) Statutory processing of conflict of interest disclosure statements; and
(h) Such other matters as the board may from time to time adopt.

3. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President is granted such authority by the Board to develop documents, execute contracts and agreements in behalf of the University or authorize others to do so in his stead, and promulgate and distribute notification of policies and to perform such other acts reasonably necessary and convenient to fulfill the purposes of this Resolution.

4. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the President shall, and cause others to, manage and administer the University in accordance with the policies and resolutions adopted by the Board and all applicable laws and keep the Board appropriately advised.

5. FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution may be amended from time to time by the Board.

PRESIDENT'S MATTERS

1.B.(1) Remarks by President Ehrlich. President Ehrlich expressed appreciation of the opportunity to underscore his excitement after five weeks of intense listening and learning. It is clear, he said, that there is much to be done together, but he has been enormously impressed by how much has been done and how good the people are who are working on improvement. He reported he had met on the campuses at Indianapolis, Bloomington, Gary and New Albany and plans to be on the other four regional campuses within the next few weeks to hear from faculty, staff, students, advisory boards, legislators, and others about their views and perspectives. The common theme which emerges and re-emerges is that this is one University and that it has the strength of eight campuses, each with a distinctive set of advantages. We need, he said, to build on those advantages, at the same time having the benefit of the eight distinctive campuses which form one University. A number of policy issues need to be addressed, and he expressed delight that the Board will be actively involved. Those issues are important for the future, which we should determine rather than let it control us.

President Ehrlich commented that the members of the Board and the public will have all materials that have been available in the past in the form of an administrative report, but the difference will be that the Board can focus on policy issues that are important. He indicated that he has every expectation that the planning efforts underway and building momentum will, over the months ahead, produce a set of academic priorities with which all will agree and which can be articulated forcefully and effectively throughout the State. They will excite the State as much as he is excited about the University and its future, he said.

STUDENT MATTERS

1.C.(1) Report from Student Affairs Committee. Trustee Gonso stated that the Student Affairs Committee had two meetings yesterday, the first of which was joined by President Ehrlich and Trustee Stoner, as six members of the Black Caucus of the Indiana General Assembly, plus Sam Jones of Indianapolis, expressed concerns about minority student retention and attrition at Indiana University, a matter of concern also to the Board and administration. Trustee Gonso reported there had been full discussion by members of the Caucus and administrators, speaking not only about Indianapolis and Bloomington but also the regional campuses.

In addition to concerns related to students, the group spoke of the need for additional, qualified black and other minority representation on the faculty and staff.

The second meeting was the regular meeting with students representatives from across the system. A common thread, Trustee Gonso reported, was that enrollments are up on nearly all campuses, but there are also corresponding problems such as parking, classroom space, and over-crowded classes.

Representatives from the South Bend Campus expressed pride in having a women's soccer team in Division 1 competition. Students on that campus are planning a reception in which a dozen former student body presidents will participate to honor Chancellor Emeritus Wolfson . Students from IU Southeast reported working on faculty and course evaluations. At Kokomo, a tutoring system through Student Services is being developed, and students have continued their request for additional parking space to offset what will be lost at the site of new construction. They also spoke of the need for an MBA program. Bloomington students reported that selection is underway of students to serve on University committees and that they are planning to continue the Women's Wheels program to provide greater safety for women. They had reported that some media reports concerning the problem were incorrect. IU East students are planning their Super Sunday activity to raise funds for scholarships, have a new activities board which will help promote activities, and are planning a Chancellor's Run activity which will provide an opportunity for those in the community to know more about University offerings.

1.C.(2) Remarks by President, IUPUI Student Assembly. Richard Schilling, President of the IUPUI Student Assembly, welcomed the President, Board members, and others to Indianapolis and the University Conference Center for the Board's first meeting of the academic year. He reported a number of planned activities, including a fall festival, to be called Showcase 87 which will help inform faculty, students, and staff of the many fine programs available to them, including athletics, fine arts, career counseling, and activities of student organizations. He also reported a meeting in which all academic deans had participated at which they discussed such issues as how faculty can help student government, how student government can help faculty, and major problems of students in the various schools. One of these is transportation between the main and 38th street campuses.

Significant events which have occurred included a "Seeds of Leadership" conference at Bradford Woods sponsored by the Northwest campus at which students were pleased to have President Ehrlich visit and participate in discussions; and the Pan American Games, which students had feared might overrun normal activities. Thanks to excellent work on the part of the administration, serious problems did not develop. Because of media attention, the campus has been publicized all over the world. President Schilling did express concern that IUPUI students must bear costs of the Conference Center and asked that consideration be given to having this cost shared by all students of Indiana University who, he said, would benefit from events that can be held there and transmitted throughout the University.

FACULTY MATTERS

1.D.(1) Report from Faculty Relations Committee. Trustee Gates reported that there had been two parts of the Faculty Relations Committee meeting also. The first was a presentation given by Jeanette Matthews, who recently retired after 33 years of service in the library and was the founder of the archives on the IUPUI Campus. With the aid of slides, she told of the history of the campus area from its early days as swampland near the city, through the development of early hospitals-including redevelopment of areas formerly used for poor quality housing, to the modern urban university that exists on the site today. The second part of the meeting was a presentation by the Professional Council of the Bloomington Campus, an organization of non-teaching professional staff. Six of its members headed by Don Brineman, president of the organization, had told of the work they do in their respective positions at WFIU, and in Financial Aids, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the Retirement and Insurance office, Halls of Residence, and University Division. Trustee Gates stated they had convinced him of the importance of having qualified persons doing the functions they described. There are some 1,300 non-teaching professionals at Bloomington, he reported.

OTHER GENERAL MATTERS

1.E.(1) Report from Hospital Committee. Trustee Black reported that the Hospital Committee met yesterday, hearing first Professor Peacock, who spoke about the Clinical Research Center, one of 72 in the country now funded for five years. David Handel had reviewed economic trends as they affect University hospitals, and Kenneth Beardsley reported on monthly financial and occupancy indicators. Dr. Stuart Kleit reported that plans for the proposed ambulatory care center will be ready for the Architectural Committee soon. Dr. Black called attention to the 1986-87 financial report for the hospitals which all members of the Board had received.

1.E.(2) Recommendation of the All-University Committee on Names. Trustee Motherwell presented the request for approval by the Board of the recommendation of the All-University Committee on Names to designate the University Center at Kokomo as Kelley Student Center, honoring Ed and Wilma Kelley.

Trustee Swedeen presented the next two matters, reporting that the Personnel Committee had recommended approval.

1.E.(3) New Degrees Programs - Kokomo. Approval of the Board was requested for the following new degrees for Purdue University programs at the Kokomo Campus:

Associate degree in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Associate Degree in Food Service Management

1.E.(4) Name Change for the Indiana University Developmental Training Center

Approval of the Board has requested to change the name of the Indiana University Developmental Training Center to "The Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities".

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE AND
FISCAL COMMITTEE

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

2.A.(1) Report of the Investment Committee. Trustee Kampen reported that the Investment Committee had met to review the equity management program which has had good, if not spectacular, results. In the first six months investments managed by Hellman Jordan gained 28.2%; Roanoke Asset Management, 27%; and National Investment Service, 24.1%. Over the past year Hellman Jordan investments gained 24.1% Roanoke Asset Management, 20.5%, and National Investment Service, 3.4%. The record of National Investment Service raised some concerns about the quality of stocks in that portfolio, and the Investment Committee has asked for a review to determine a course of action. He reported that in total the value of equities is within the 65% limit imposed by the Board's investment policy but is very close to it. Amendment of the policy may be proposed to the Board in the future.

In response to a question, Trustee Kampen said he thought three was the proper number of managers to be involved, but the administration will be studying the matter in order to prepare recommendations for the next meeting.

FISCAL COMMITTEE

Trustee Black presented the following report for the Fiscal Committee.

2.B.(1) External Agency Agreement - Indiana Teachers of Writing. Approval of the Board was requested to enter into an external agency agreement with Indiana Teachers of Writing in order to handle expenses associated with location on the Indianapolis Campus of the business headquarters of this organization. An administrative fee will be paid.

2.B.(2) General Fund Budget Summary, July 1, 1986 through June 30, 1987. A copy of the General Fund Budget Summary appeared in the Exhibits for this agenda.

Special Purchases

2.C. A list of special purchases appeared in the agenda, in compliance with policies approved by the Board of Trustees which required reporting of transactions of $1,000 or more, if only one price is received, or if the lowest price offer is not acceptable. (Documentation is on file with purchase records.)

ARCHITECTURAL AND CONSTRUCTION MATTERS

ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE

3.A.(1) Report from the Architectural Committee. The Architectural Committee did not meet this month.

CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE

Trustee Kettler presented the report of the Construction Committee.

Awards of Contract matters

Bloomington

3.B.(1) Jordan Hall-Renovation for Research Laboratories, Bloomington

Date of bid opening: August 21, 1987

Bidders: 3

Award recommendation: low bidder, Neidigh Construction, Inc., Bloomington, Indiana

Amount: $59,880

Estimated cost: $62,500

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

Work under this contract consists of renovation and modernization of rooms 215-247, 228 and 216 to provide laboratory support for research in drysphila genetics and photosynthetics. Work includes reconfiguration of walls, replacement of ceiling and lighting systems, installation of new carpet, floor tile and base, painting of interior finishes, removal of existing shelving and casework and necessary upgrading of the present mechanical and electrical systems. New fiberglass wall and ceiling panels will be installed in an existing constant temperature room, and previously purchased laboratory casework will also be installed in the new facilities.

3.B.(2) Ballantine Hall Exterior Stone Repairs, Bloomington

Date of bid opening: August 24, 1987

Bidders: 3

Award recommendation: low bidder, Broady-Campbell, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana

Amount: $5,950

Estimated cost: $10,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

An apparent lightning strike at the south roof line of Ballantine Hall has damaged stone in the parapet wall causing potentially dangerous conditions for students, faculty and staff using this facility. Work under this contract includes removal and replacement of damaged stone, tuck pointing and caulking at various mortar joints, all required roof repairs and replacement of the copper roof flashing.

3.B.(3) Student Building, East and West South Side Entrances-Step and Landing Repairs, Bloomington

Date of bid opening: August 27, 1987

Bidders: 5

Award recommendation: low bidder, Neidigh Construction, Inc., Bloomington, Indiana.

Amount: Base bid $32,235
Alt. #1 15,939
$48,174

Estimated cost: Base bid $53,200
Alt. #1 25,800
$79,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

Steel supports at the east and west south side entrances of the Student Building have deteriorated to the point that the steps and landings are in need of structural renovation. Contract work includes removal of steps and landings, installation of stainless steel support angles, reinstallation of all stonework utilizing new stone where necessary, tuck pointing of side walls and supporting stone and installation of stainless steel hand rails. An alternate price has been accepted to replace deteriorated concrete walks serving the entrances and for installation of hand rails at the center entrance and on sidewalk steps.

3.B.(4) Campus Lighting Improvements-East Seventh Street, Bloomington

Date of bid opening: August 27, 1987

Bidders: 5

Award recommendation: low bidder, Anbro Electric Co., Inc., Bloomington, Indiana

Amount: $64,425

Estimated cost: $80,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

As a partial response to renewed campus interest in additional lighting, this project will complete a brightway system that leads from the dormitories east of Jordan Avenue through and around the Union Building; to Indiana and Kirkwood Avenues. This contract provides for the installation of landscape chandelier fixtures on the north, south and east sides of the Auditorium, placement of eight new arcadian style post lights in the fountain plaza and installation of highway luminaire fixtures on the north side of Seventh Street from Jordan Avenue to the Library parking lot drive. Two existing fixtures will be relocated to the woodland area south of the Auditorium. Work includes all necessary wiring, junction boxes and controls, replacement of roof-mounted Auditorium floodlights and relocation of two existing light fixtures.

3.B.(5) Auditorium Ceiling Painting, Bloomington

Date of bid opening: August 28, 1987

Bidders: 3

Award recommendation: low bidder, Epperson & Lester, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana

Amount: $39,900

Estimated cost: $45,000.

Funding: Auditorium Productions Operations
Account #60-414-01

The plaster ceiling and side walls in the Bloomington campus auditorium have not been comprehensively treated and painted in approximately 15 years and are in need of attention. Work under this contract consists of removal of old paint, patching of damaged and cracked plaster and application of two coats of flat paint from the stage area to the auditorium balcony. Wood trim will receive a semi-gloss paint finish.

Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

3.B.(6) Item deleted.

3.B.(7) Law Building Lower Level Renovation, Indianapolis

Date of bid opening: August 20, 1987

Bidders: 12

Award recommendation: low bidder, Summitt Construction, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana

Amount: $133,843

Estimated cost: $145,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

Approximately one-third of the lower level of the Law School, currently utilized as inactive library storage and by the school's print shop, is in an unfinished condition and this contract will provide for finishing the space to create a suite of offices, break rooms and a rest room. Contract work includes the installation of carpet and tile flooring, a dropped ceiling with new lighting, painting and installation of vinyl wall covering, installation of air handling units to serve the lower level of the facility and all required electrical modifications to support the upgraded space. A fire protection sprinkler will also be installed ln all public areas on the lower level.

Indiana University at Kokomo

3.B.(8) Main Building-Exterior Cleaning and Tuck Pointing, Kokomo

Date of bid opening: August 26, 1987

Bidders: 7

Award recommendation: low bidder, Mid-Continental Restoration, Inc., Fort Scott, Kansas.

Amount: Base bid $26,164
Alt. #1 14,390
Alt. #2 4,455
$45,009

Estimated cost: Base bid $37,000
Alt. #1 19,450
Alt. #2 4,500
$60,950

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

The exterior of Kokomo Main has not been renovated since construction of the building and is now in need of attention. Work under this contract includes high pressure water detergent cleaning of the building facade, chemical cleaning and sealing of the incinerator smoke stack, minor stone repairs and tuck pointing of approximately 2000 linear feet of mortar joints. Alternate prices have been accepted for installation of backer rod and sealant behind coping stone joints and expansion joints.

Indiana University Northwest

3.B.(9) Landscape improvements-Medical Education Building, Northwest

Date of bid opening: September 2, 1987

Bidders: 2

Award recommendation: low bidder, Horses Landscaping, Crown Point, Indiana

Amount: $13,410 Base bid $10,290
Alt 1 3,120
$13,410

Estimated cost: $19,000 Base bid $15,000
Alt. 1 4,000
$19,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

The area around the recently renovated Medical Education Facility is in need of landscape treatment, and this project consists of installation . of bark mulch and river rock around the building perimeter, planting of low maintenance ground cover and shrubs and planting of trees on the site. Additionally, flower beds will be developed at the south entrance of the facility. An alternate price was accepted for installation of cedar wood screens around the building's electrical and mechanical service equipment.

Indiana University at South Bend

3.B.(10) Riverside Hall Roof Replacement, South Bend

Date of bid opening: August 27, 1987

Bidders: 8

Award recommendation: low bidder, Slatile Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., Inc., South Bend, Indiana

Amount: $34,856

Estimated cost: $40,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

The roof of Riverside Hall has blistered and weathered beyond expedient repair and is in need of total replacement. Work under this contract provides for the installation of insulation board, an EPDM rubber roofing membrane and an Interlocking Lightguard styrofoam and concrete ballast system, all over the existing built up roof surface. A row of concrete pavers will be placed around roof mounted mechanical equipment to provide access for service personnel.

Other Construction Matters

Indiana University Bloomington

3.C.(1) Geological Field Station Lodge-Kitchen Renovation, Bloomington. As authorized in the August C, 1987 board meeting bids for this project were received on August 19, 1987, from 8 construction firms, and a contract was awarded in the amount of $94,524 on August 21, 1987, to the low bidder, McVicker and Sons Construction Company, Great Falls, Montana. Approval to award this contract was received from the Board at its August meeting.

Date of bid opening: August 19, 1987

Bidders: 8

Award recommendation: low bidder, McVicker and Sons Construction Company, Great Falls, Montana

Amount: $94,524

Estimated cost: $120,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriation for Repair and Rehabilitation

Requests for Additional Work

3.D.(1) Chemistry Addition and Renovation-Phase I, Bloomington

Approval of the Board was requested for a change order, in the amount of an additional $38,430, to the contract with Glenroy Construction Company, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, for removal of asbestos located in the crawl space and ground through third floors of the Chemistry Building and from an existing cold water storage tank. This material will be encountered during the course of construction and must be removed for work to proceed. Funding for the work is available within the project account.

3.D.(2) Chemistry Addition and Renovation-Phase I, Bloomington

Approval of the Board was requested for a change order, in the amount of an additional 538,253, to the contract with Triangle and Leahy Plumbing 6 Heating Corporation, Bedford, Indiana, for replacement of 10" steam and 4" condensate lines serving the Chemistry Building. The deteriorated, direct buried lines will be replaced with conduit encased piping. This work must be completed prior to the winter heating season, and will be funded from 1987-89 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation.

3.D.(3) Chemistry Addition and Renovation-Phase I, Bloomington

Approval of the Board was requested for a change order, in the amount of an additional $347,000, to the contract with Glenroy Construction Company, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, to accept bid alternates #5 and #16 for general construction work associated with renovation and reroofing of the Chemistry Building Auditorium. This work represents a portion of the Phase Il project, but was bid as an alternate to Phase I construction. The general contractor is willing to perform the work for the price quoted with the original bids and this change order will reinstate the Auditorium renovation in the Glenroy contract. Funding . will be from the Phase Il project budget.

3.D.(4) Air Conditioning of Boisen, Elkin and Rabb Halls of Teter Quadrangle, Bloomington

Approval of the Board has requested for a change order, in the amount of an additional 599,292, to the contract with J.A. House, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, for removal of asbestos encountered during the Teter Quadrangle air conditioning project. Funding for this work is available within the project account.

3.D.(5) Approved Change Orders

A list of approved change orders appeared at the end of this section of the agenda for information of the Board. (A copy is filed with the papers for this meeting.)

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE

Trustee Swedeen presented the report of the Personnel Committee.

4.A. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT - Executive Vice President Pinnell

ACTION ITEMS

4.A.(1) For Joseph L. Goss, Director of Printing Services, the additional title of Associate Director of Information Services, beginning July 1, 1987.

4.A.(2) For Cynthia D. Kinnard, Associate Professor of English, Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies, and Director, American Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington, the additional title of Director, American Studies Center, Warsaw, Poland, for the 1987-1988 academic year, while on leave from departmental duties.

4.A.(3) This item has been deleted.

4.A.(4) Louis C. Watson, Associate Director, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, and Associate Professor of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, early retirement under the 18-20 year plan, effective August 31, 1987.

4.A.(5) Lester M. Wolfson, Professor of English and Chancellor Emeritus of Indiana University at South Bend, early retirement under the 18-20 year plan, effective September 30, 1987, with the title Professor Emeritus of English and Chancellor Emeritus of Indiana University at South Bend.

REPORT ITEMS

ITM/MUCIA COOPERATIVE PROGRAM IN MALAYSIA

4.A.(6) Stanley Baronett, Visiting Lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science, reappointment for the period August 1, 1987 to July 31, 1988.

4.A.(7) Gerald Eisman, Visiting Associate Professor of Computer Science, reappointment for the period August 1, 1987 to May 31, 1988.

4.B. VICE PRESIDENT, BLOOMINGTON - Vice President Gros Louis

ACTION ITEMS

4.B.(1) Consideration of Appointment of Dean of Academic Computing.

4.B.(2) Peter Lloyd as Professor of Music, School of Music, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(3) Allan Hugh MacDonald as Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(4) John M. Cameron as Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, and Director of the I.U. Cyclotron Facility, for the period September 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(5) For Estelle Jorgensen, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Associate Professor to Professor of Music, School of Music, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(6) For Emilio Moran, Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, and Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, part-time, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, a change in effective date for dropping the title of Chairperson of Anthropology from June 30, 1987 to July 31, 1987.

4.B.(7) For Michael Herzfeld, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Semiotics and Fellow in the Folklore Institute, College of Arts and Sciences, and Research Associate, Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies; a change in period of appointment as Chairperson of the Department of Anthropology from July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1989 to August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1989.

4.B.(8) For Lynn F. Updyke, Professor of Physical Education and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, the additional title of Acting Dean of the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the period August 1, 1987 to December 31, 1987.

4.B.(9) For Franklin Prosser, Professor of Computer Science, the additional title of Acting Chairperson of the Department of Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period September 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(10) For Karen Vitelli, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Acting Director of the Classical Archaeology Program to Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, beginning August 1987, and Director of the Classical Archaeology Program, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1, 1987 to July 31, 1991.

4.B.(11) For Colleen Pauwels, Associate Librarian and Director, Law Library, University Libraries, a change in title from Associate Professor of Law, part-time, to Associate Professor of Law, with tenure, School of Law, beginning July 1, 1987.

REPORT ITEMS

4.B.(12) Jose A. Blakely as Assistant Professor of Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(13) Carl Bauer as Assistant Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990 and leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(14) Joseph Steinmetz as Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(15) Ronald Kettner as Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(16) Natsuko Tsujimura as Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(17) Sanghamitra Das as Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(18) Floyd F. Robison as Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(19) Bruce Gordon Barnett as Associate professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(20) Roberta Sue Sherman as Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, School of Education-Bloomington, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(21) Heath J. Carney as Postdoctoral Fellow and Assistant Professor of Biology, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(22) Carolyn Lipson-Walker as Assistant Professor of Folklore, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(23) Louie Miller III as Assistant Scientist and Coordinator of Sociology Computing, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 15, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(24) Marlene A. Ellsworth as Assistant Librarian, Reference, School of Medicine Library, University Libraries, Indianapolis, for the period July 27, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(25) JoAnn H. Switzer as Assistant Librarian, Reference, School of Medicine Library, University Libraries, IUPUI, for the period July 27, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(26) David Ronald Graham Lasocki as Assistant Librarian, Music Library, and Music Cataloger-Regional Campuses, University Libraries, Bloomington, for the period August 18, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(27) Eric L. Pumroy as Associate Librarian and Head of Archives and Special Collections, University Libraries, IUPUI, for the period August 17, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(28) Raymond M. Rene as Associate Scientist, Indiana Geological Survey, for the period August 3, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(29) J. McClintock Turbeville as Postdoctoral Fellow and Assistant Professor of Biology, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period July 20, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(30) Betsy Stirratt as Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, part-time, and Gallery Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(31) Scott M. Wissink as Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(32) Joel M. Smith as Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(33) Odile Eisenstein as Visiting Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(34) David Schneider as Visiting Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(35) Nancy T. Ellis as Visiting Associate Professor of Applied Health Science, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(36) L. Kevin Kastens as Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Director of the Marching Hundred, School of Music, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(37) Consuelo L. Springfield as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(38) Toivo Raun as Visiting Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(39) James Lucas as Visiting Professor of Music, School of Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(40) George R. Moore as Visiting Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(41) Christopher J. Samuel as Visiting Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 20, 1987 to August 19, 1988, without stipend.

4.B.(42) Wendy L. Vertacnik as Visiting Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(43) David J. Vertacnik as Visiting Associate Professor of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(44) John W. L. Merrill as Visiting Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Research Associate in Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(45) Theodore Wachs as Visiting Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(46) Victoria Bedford as Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(47) For David Michael Hertz, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(48) For Eva Andersson, reappointment as Visiting Professor of Music, School of Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(49) For Philip B. Stafford, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(50) For Haskel J. Greenfield, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(51) For Elliot Sperling, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Uralic and Altaic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990, and reappointment as Assistant Director, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Research and Graduate Development, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(52) For Devin DeWeese, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Uralic and Altaic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1980 to May 1990, and reappointment as Assistant Director, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Research and Graduate Development, for the period August 1987 to May 1989.

4.B.(53) For Mary Beth Price, reappointment as Clinical Instructor in Speech and Hearing Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(54) For John Hoge, reappointment as Visiting Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, for the period July 1, 1987 to December 31, 1987.

4.B.(55) For Glenn Gass, change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Music, School of Music, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(56) For J. Michael Dunn, Professor of Philosophy, the additional title of Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(57) For Eva D. Bernhardt, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Germanic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(58) For Wilmer H. Baatz, Librarian and Professor (retired), University Libraries, approval to serve as Librarian, part-time, in the Black Culture Center Library, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(59) For Warren Stevens, Professor Emeritus of Education, approval to serve as International Student Advisor, School of Education-Bloomington, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(60) For George Hanania, reappointment as Visiting Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(61) For N. Brian Winchester, reappointment as Associate Director of African Studies Program and Assistant Professor of History and African Studies, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 15, 1987 to August 14, 1988.

4.B.(62) For Gustav Bayerle, Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Uralic and Altaic Studies, reappointment as Associate Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990.

4.B.(63) For Oregg Cheplick, Postdoctoral Fellow in Biology, the additional title of Assistant Professor of Biology, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(64) For Elizabeth McCrea, reappointment with a change in title from Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences, part-time, and Clinical Supervisor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Clinical Supervisor, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(65) For Philip Ward Burton, Professor of Journalism (retired), School of Journalism-Bloomington, approval to teach during the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(66) For Lynn R. Smith, a change from Associate Librarian, Systems, School of Medicine Library, University Libraries, IUPUI, to Associate Librarian, and Planning and Budget Officer, University Libraries, Bloomington, beginning August 1, 1987.

4.B.(67) For Mary E. Krutulis, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Affiliate Librarian, University Libraries, to Assistant Librarian, University Libraries, and Director of Admissions and Placement, School of Library and Information Science, for the period August 17, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(68) For E. Perry Hodges, reappointment as Adjunct Professor of Law, School of Law, for the 1987-1988 academic year, and Adjunct Professor in the Honors Division, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(69) For Portia Maultsby, Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Afro-American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, reappointment as Associate Professor of Music, part-time, School of Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(70) For Richard Viken, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(71) For Anton Neff, Associate Professor of Anatomy, Medical Sciences Program, School of Medicine, reappointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.B.(72) For Kathryn T. Flannery, a change ln title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period August 1987 to May 1989.

4.B.(73) For Sara Evans Barker, reappointment as Adjunct Professor of Law, School of Law, for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(74) For James A. Strain, reappointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year, without stipend.

4.B.(75) For John Irvine, Director of Student Legal Services and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, reappointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(76) For Frances G. Hill, reappointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(77) For Marc Kellams, reappointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(78) For Eric Manterfield, reappointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Law, School of Law, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(79) For William Oliver, Professor of Law (retired), School of Law, approval to teach during the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(80) For Vincent Taylor, reappointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(81) For Thomas S. Emison, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Professor to Adjunct Professor of Law, School of Law, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(82) For Blas Espinoza-Varas, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(83) For Betty H. Haven, reappointment with a change in title from Assistant Professor of Physical Education, part-time, to Assistant Professor of Physical Education, part-time, and Coordinator of Undergraduate Program, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(84) For David Greenburg, reappointment as Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, School of Education-Bloomington, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988. (Dr. Greenburg serves as Executive Director of the Council of Administrators of Special Education.)

4.B.(85) For Karen Lou Rembold, a change ln title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, for the period August 1987 to May 1989.

4.B.(86) For Richard Reed, reappointment as Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, School of Education-Bloomington, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(87) For R. Gordon Gibson, reappointment as Assistant professor of Education, part-time, School of Education-Bloomington, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(88) For Dennis Sinor, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Uralic and Altaic Studies and Professor Emeritus of History, College of Arts and Sciences, approval to serve past retirement as Editor of the Uralic-Altaic Series and Director of Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(89) For Ole Steffen Dahl, reappointment as Director of String Instrument Technology and Associate Professor of Music, part-time, School of Music, for the 1987-1958 academic year.

4.B.(90) For George C. Alter, Associate Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, the additional title of Acting Director of the Population Institute for Research and Training, Research and Graduate Development, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(91) For M. Jeanne Peterson, Professor and Chairperson of History, reappointment with a change in title from Adjunct Associate Professor to Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1992.

4.B.(92) For Carolyn Lee Freeman, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(93) For Kathy Schick, reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, and Co-Director of the Center for Research into Anthropological Foundations of Technology, Research and Graduate Development, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(94) For Nancy Waldron, Research Associate in Education, School of Education-Bloomington, the additional title of Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, School of Education-Indianapolis, for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(95) For Hardwick Harshman, Professor Emeritus of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, approval to teach during the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(96) For Paul Elliott, reappointment with a change from Visiting Lecturer to Associate Professor of Music, School of Music, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(97) For Camilla A. Heid, a change in title from Acting Director and Project Director, Center for Urban and Multicultural Education, and Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, to Assistant Professor of Education and Director, Center for Urban and Multicultural Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990.

4.B.(98) For Enid Zimmerman, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Associate Professor to Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.B.(99) For Barbara Wilcox, a change in title from Visiting Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington to Associate Professor of Education, School of Education Indianapolis, for the period August 1987 to May 1990, while retaining the title of Research Associate in the Developmental Training Center, Research and Graduate Development, for the period August 1987 to May 1988.

4.B.(100) For Nicholas Toth, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, the additional title of Co-Director of the Center for Research into Anthropological Foundations of Technology, Research and Graduate Development, for the period August 1987 to May 1989, and leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to work at the Zambian National Museum.

4.B.(101) For Bennet B. Brabson, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, cancellation of sabbatical leave with half pay for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(102) For Brian David Serot, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, and Director, Nuclear Theory Center, Research and Graduate Development, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(103) For Judith Franz, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research at the University of West Virginia.

4.B.(104) For Roy Sieber, Rudy Professor of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to serve as Co-Director of National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution.

4.B.(105) For Joan Sterrenburg, Professor of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(106) For Jeffrey A. Wolin, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, a change in period of sabbatical leave with full pay from the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(107) For Carl H. Ziegler, Associate Professor of Germanic Studies and Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(108) For S. James Sherman, Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to teach at Ohio State University.

4.B.(109) For Harold Morris, Professor and Chairperson of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, cancellation of sabbatical leave with full pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(110) For Brian Powell, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to accept a Spencer Foundation Fellowship.

4.B.(111) For Rudolf A. Raff, Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, and Director and Senior Fellow, Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology, Research and Graduate Development, leave of absence without pay for the period January 1, 1988 to May 31, 1988 to accept a Guggenheim Fellowship.

4.B.(112) For P. John Eakin, Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year and partial leave of absence with partial pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year, to accept an ACLS fellowship to do research.

4.B.(113) For Sheldon J. Plager, Professor of Law, School of Law, continuation of leave of absence with pay from regular duties for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988 to work with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Office of Management and Budget in Washington, D.C.

4.B.(114) For Casey N. Blake, Assistant professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to teach at the University of Rome.

4.B.(115) For Victor Goodman, Associate Professor of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(116) For Miriam Fried, Professor of Music, School of Music, partial leave of absence with partial pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to fulfill professional engagements.

4.B.(117) For Winona L. Fletcher, Professor of Afro-American Studies and Theatre and Drama, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(118) For James King, Professor of Music, School of Music, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to fulfill professional engagements.

4.B.(119) For Hermann Nann, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(120) For Don B. Lichtenberg, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(121) For Edward Jenkinson, Professor of Education and Director, English Curriculum Study Center, School of Education Bloomington, a change in period of sabbatical leave from the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year with full pay to the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year and the first semester of the 1988-1989 academic year with half pay, and continuation of TlAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave.

4.B.(122) For Thomas B. Gregory, Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(123) For B. Edward McClellan, Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(124) For Martin E. Rickey, Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year and the first semester of the 1988-1989 academic year.

4.B.(125) For James H. Vaughan, Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(126) For Ethel Kersey, Associate Librarian, Reference/Public Services, University Libraries, IUPUI, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the period August 1, 1987 to May 31, 1988.

4.B.(127) For Alfred S. Lewin, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(128) For Raymond J. DeMallie, Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, Curator of North American Ethnology, Mathers Museum, and Director of the American Indian Studies Institute, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to do research.

4.B.(129) For Roy Gardner, Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the period October 28, 1987 to May 1988 to do research.

4.B.(130) For J. Clancy Clements, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to accept a Fulbright Research Grant to do research.

4.B.(131) For J. John Harris III, Professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, cancellation of sabbatical leave for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(132) For Peter Bondanella, Professor of French and Italian, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to accept an ACLS Fellowship and Lilly Open Fellowship.

4.B.(133) For Jerome R. Mintz, Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(134) For Claus Cluver, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence with pay from regular departmental duties for the 1987-1988 academic year, to serve as exchange professor at Hamburg University.

4.B.(135) For Russell Salmon, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences, cancellation of sabbatical leave for the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(136) For James P. Reilly, Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, a change in period of sabbatical leave from the 1987-1988 academic year with half pay to the second semester of the 1987-1988 academic year with full pay.

4.B.(137) For John O'Donnell, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to accept a fellowship.

4.B.(138) For John M. Hayes, Professor of Chemistry and Geochemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(139) For Arlington Williams, Associate Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, continuation of TlAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave with half pay during the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.B.(140) For Mary Ellen Solt, Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year to accept an NEW Fellowship.

4.B.(141) Masanori Hashimoto, Professor of Economics and Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1987 to accept a position at Ohio State University.

4.B.(142) Laura Carstensen, Associate Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective August 15, 1987 to accept a position at Stanford University.

4.B.(143) Robert Jevenson, Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective August 15, 1987 to accept a position at the University of California, Berkeley.

4.B.(144) Kim Kashkashian, Professor of Music, School of Music, resignation effective May 1987.

4.B.(145) Harold Harty, Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, resignation effective May 1987 to accept a position at Ft. Valley State College.

4.B.(146) Barbara Hanawalt, Professor of History, Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies, and Director of Criminal Justice Consortium, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective August 16, 1987 to accept a position at the University of Minnesota.

4.B.(147) Denise H. Rumschlag, Assistant Librarian, Serials, School of Medicine Library, University Libraries, IUPUI, resignation effective July 15, 1987.

4.B.(148) Barbara I. Dewey, Associate Librarian, University Libraries, and Director of Admissions, School of Library and Information Science, a correction in date of resignation from August 21, 1987 to August 31, 1987.

4.B.(149) Adele S. Dendy, Associate Librarian and Head, Education Library, University Libraries, resignation effective August 14, 1987, to accept a position at Hampton University.

4.B.(150) Judith Ann Copler, Associate Librarian and Head, Interlibrary Services, University Libraries, Bloomington, resignation effective August 21, 1987 to accept another position at Indiana University.

4.B.(151) Habiba Cohen, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Science, resignation effective August 22, 1987.

4.C. VICE PRESIDENT, INDIANAPOLIS - Vice President Bepko

ACTION ITEMS

4.C.(1) Ethan M. Braunstein as Professor of Radiology, with tenure, School of Medicine, beginning October 1, 1987.

4.C.(2) For Barth H. Ragatz, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Pathology, the additional title as Assistant Dean and change in title from Acting Director to Director of the Ft. Wayne Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, beginning September 11, 1987.

4.C.(3) For August M. Watanabe, Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology 6 Toxicology and Chairman of the Department of Medicine, the additional appointment as John B. Hickam Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, beginning September 11, 1987.

4.C.(4) Joseph R. Keller, Professor of English, School of Liberal Arts, early retirement under the 18-20 year plan, effective December 31, 1987, with the title of Professor Emeritus of English.

4.C.(5) Robert V. Kirch, Professor of Political Science, School of Liberal Arts, early retirement under the 18-20 year plan, effective December 31, 1987, with the title of Professor Emeritus of Political Science.

4.C.(6) Erna Simek, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy and Assistant to the Director, Division of Allied Health Sciences, School of Medicine, early retirement effective September 30, 1987, with the title of Associate Professor Emeritus of Occupational Therapy.

REPORT ITEMS

4.C.(7) Wendell O. Jones as Associate Professor of Operations and Systems Management, School of Business-Indianapolis, for the period August 1987 to May 1990, and request for leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 year in order to fulfill previous commitments.

4.C.(8) Stephen Loy as Assistant Professor of Operations and Systems Management, School of Business, for the period January 1988 to May 1990.

4.C.(9) Selahattin Kayalar as Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering 6 Technology, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(10) Sharon Hamilton-Wieler as Assistant Professor of English, School of Liberal Arts, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(11) Alexandra C. Cheerva as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.C.(12) Janet D. Stout as Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, Division of Allied Health Sciences, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.C.(13) Susan J. White as Associate Professor of Radiology, School of Medicine, for the period October 1, 1987 to June 30, 1989.

4.C.(14) Feng C. Zhou as Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.C.(15) Cynthia A. Burbach as Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.C.(16) William R. Adams as Assistant Professor of Endodontics, part-time, School of Dentistry, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

Marlene A. Ellsworth see 4.B. (24)
JoAnn H. Switzer see 4.B. (25)
Eric L. Pumroy see 4.B. (27)

4.C.(17) Roger K. Bretthauer as Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry at the South Bend Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990.

4.C.(18) Michael J. Buran as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990.

4.C.(19) Ahmad Fathi-Zadeh as Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the Northwest Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990, without stipend.

4.C.(20) Regis G. Lagler as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990, without stipend.

4.C.(21) Carl R. Roberts as Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to July 31, 1990, without stipend.

4.C.(22) Neil E. Irick as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990, without stipend.

4.C.(23) Mitchell K. Hall as Visiting Assistant Professor of History, School of Liberal Arts, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.C.(24) Richard F. Hyde as Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography and Acting Director of the Laboratory for Applied Spatial Information Research, School of Liberal Arts, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.C.(25) Sam S. Petty, Jr. as Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, School of Liberal Arts, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.C.(26) Steen Pedersen as Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.C.(27) For Aamir Sheikh, a change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Finance, School of Business-Bloomington, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(28) For Ahmet F. Fer, a change in title from Visiting Associate Professor to Associate Professor of Electrical Technology, School of Engineering S Technology, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(29) For William A. Blomquist, a change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Political Science, School of Liberal Arts, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(30) For Aydin Ungan, a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period August 1987 to May 1990.

4.C.(31) For Marjorie J. Albohm, Associate Director of the International Institute of Sports Science and Medicine, a change in title from Lecturer to Clinical Assistant Professor of Sports Science and Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period September 1, 1987 to August 31, 1990.

4.C.(32) For Lucinda M. Dale, Clinical Specialist in I.U. Hospitals, the additional appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy in the Division of Allied Health Sciences, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1987 to July 31, 1988, without additional stipend.

4.C.(33) For John W. Fleming, a change in title from Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 6 Toxicology and Medicine to Assistant Scientist in Pharmacology and Toxicology, part-time, School of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1957.

4.C.(34) For Richard S. Manalis, reappointment and change in title from Adjunct Assistant Professor to Adjunct Associate Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at the Ft. Wayne Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period September 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990, without stipend, to correspond to recent promotion by Purdue University.

4.C.(35) For Albert Sattin, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, part-time, the additional appointment as Associate Professor of Neurobiology, part-time, School of Medicine, beginning September 1, 1987, without stipend.

4.C.(36) For Glenn R. Schwenk, Jr., a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology, School of Medicine, for the period September 1, 1987 to August 31, 1990, without stipend.

4.C.(37) For Susan McNett, a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, for the period July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988.

4.C.(38) For Thomas M. Whitehead, Director of Health fitness Programs, National Institute for Fitness 6 Sport, the additional appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physical Education, School of Physical Education, beginning August 1, 1987, without additional stipend.

4.C.(39) For Richard Patterson, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences, the additional appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Computer b Information Science, School of Science, for the period August 1987 to May 1991, without additional stipend.

Lynn R. Smith see 4.B. (66)

4.C.(40) For Kerry Back, Associate Professor of Finance, School of Business-Bloomington, request for leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year in order to accept visiting appointment at the University of Pennsylvania.

4.C.(41) For Victor E. Wallis, Associate Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies, School of Liberal Arts, request for leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1987-1988 academic year in order to conduct an overseas study course in several European countries.

4.C.(42) For Clinton Oster, Associate Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs and Director of Transportation Research Center, SPEA-Bloomington, and Associate Professor of Marketing, part-time, School of Business-Bloomington, request for leave of absence without pay for the 1987-1988 academic year in order to accept position as Research Director of the Aviation Safety Commission.

Wendell Jones see 4.C. (7)
Ethel Kersey see 4.B. (126)

4.C.(43) Robert F. Gilmour, Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology and Medicine, School of Medicine, resignation effective September 30, 1987 in order to accept position at Cornell University.

4.C.(44) James F. Graves, Assistant Scientist in Medicine and Assistant Professor of Medicine, part-time, School of Medicine, resignation effective July 31, 1987, in order to accept position at the University of Detroit.

4.C.(45) John Junginger, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, School of Medicine, resignation effective August 15, 1987, in order to accept position at the Midtown Mental Health Center.

4.C.(46) John H. Scott, Assistant Professor of Radiology, School of Medicine, resignation effective August 31, 1987, in order to enter private practice in Indianapolis.

4.C.(47) Frances Strodtbeck, Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, resignation effective December 31, 1987, in order to accept position with the Medical College of Virginia.

4.C.(48) Louis A. Gawthrop, Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs, SPEA-Bloomington and Professor of Political Science, part-time, COAS-Bloomington, resignation effective May 1987 in order to accept another position.

4.C.(49) Kingsley Haynes, Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs, SPEA; Director of the Regional Economic Development Institute, Research and Graduate Development, and Professor of Geography, part-time, COAS, Bloomington, resignation effective May 1987 in order to accept another position.

4.C.(50) Andre de Korvin, Professor of Computer & Information Science and Chairman of the Department of Computer & Information Science, School of Science, resignation effective August 31, 1987, in order to accept another position.

4.C.(51) Peter C. Loh, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, resignation effective May 1987, in order to accept another position.

Denise Rumschlag see 4.B. (147)

4.D. INDIANA UNIVERSITY EAST - Chancellor Nelms

REPORT ITEMS

4.D.(1) Robert L. Hertzog, as Assistant Professor of Speech, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(2) John Charles Rife, as Assistant Professor of Social Work, and Adjunct Assistant professor of Social Work, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(3) Katherine Anne Phipps, as Visiting Assistant Professor of Nursing, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(C) For Carol S. Browne, Visiting Assistant Professor of Education and Assistant to the Director of Education, reappointment with a change in title to Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, and Interim Director of Education, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(5) For Mary Ann Morse, Assistant Professor of Education, part-time, reappointment with a change in title to Assistant Professor of Science, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(6) For Christine Riggle, reappointment as Assistant Professor of Nursing, part-time, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.D.(7) Mary Elizabeth Huss, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, resignation effective May, 1987, to accept a position at the University of New Haven, Connecticut.

4.E. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY
AT FORT WAYNE
- Chancellor Wallace

REPORT ITEMS

4.E.(1) Mary D. Cooper, as Assistant Professor of Dental Auxiliary Education, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(2) Michael E. Kaufmann, as Assistant Professor of English, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(3) Jami L. Sons, as Assistant Professor of Dental Auxiliary Education, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(4) Jane A. Glover, as Visiting Instructor in Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(5) Barbara J. Resch, as Visiting Instructor in Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(6) Mary R. Rich, as Visiting Instructor in Music, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(7) Shirley J. Yee, as Visiting Assistant Professor of History, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.E.(8) Diane E. Beynon, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, resignation effective May, 1987.

4.E.(9) Sarah E. Peterson, Assistant Professor of Education, resignation, effective May, 1987 to accept a position at Northern Illinois University.

4.E.(10) Colleen Kay Smith, Instructor in Dental Auxiliary Education, resignation, effective May, 1987.

4.F. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT KOKOMO - Chancellor Thompson

ACTION ITEMS

4.F.(1) For Robert R. Roales, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, a change in title from Coordinator for Natural Science Concentration, to Chairperson, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, beginning September 1, 1987.

4.F.(2) For Robin G. Symonds, Associate Professor of Mathematics, a change in title from Coordinator to Chairperson, Department of Mathematical and Information Sciences, beginning September 1, 1982.

4.G. INDIANA UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST - Chancellor Elliott

REPORT ITEMS

4.G.(l) Gordon T. Frost, as Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.G.(2) Thomas S. Worms, as Visiting Assistant Professor of Nursing, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.G.(3) For Martin Haberman, reappointment as Adjunct Professor of Education, for the 1987-1988 academic year, without stipend.

4.G.(4) Edward T. Kelly, Assistant Professor of Theatre, resignation effective Say, 1987, to accept another position.

4.H. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT SOUTH BEND - Chancellor Cohen

REPORT ITEMS

4.H.(1) Cynthia S. Haggard, as Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Student Teaching and Field Services, July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1989.

4.H.(2) Thomas V. Trotter, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the Counseling/Training Center, for the period August 1, 1987 to June 30, 1989.

4.H.(3) For Garry Grice, reappointment with a change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Music, for the period August, 1987 to May, 1990.

4.H.(4) For Patricia (Dolan) McNeal, Adjunct Assistant Professor of History, reappointment with the additional appointment of Director of Women's Studies, for the period August, 1987 to May, 1989.

4.H.(5) Craig E. Hartzer, as Visiting Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.H.(6) Pamela S. Borden, Instructor of Dental Assisting and Hygiene, resignation effective May, 1987, to accept another position.

4.I. INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST - Chancellor Rand

REPORT ITEMS

4.I.(1) For Miriam R. Finch, a change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Speech, for the 1987-1988 academic year.

4.I.(2) For R. Sam Peden, Coordinator of field Experiences/Academic Advisor, the additional appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physical Education, for the first semester of the 1988 academic year.

4.I.(3) Grace L. Deloughery, Associate Professor of Nursing, resignation effective May, 1987.

Items 4.A.(1) through 4.I. unanimously approved, on motion duly made and seconded.

4.J. CONFLICT OF INTEREST

Recommendation of Personnel Committee concerning disclosure statements received by the Secretary of the Board of Trustees for University employees who have filed such statements pursuant to Indiana Code 35-44-1-3.

Log 16 - Joseph R. Motherwell (Trustee)
Log 17 - John R. Ban
Log 18 - Deleted
Log 19 - Thomas Ehrlich
Log 20 - W. George Pinnell
Log 21 - Peggy Gordon Elliott
Log 22 - Edward L. Whalen
Log 23 - W. Phillip Saunders
Log 24 - Geoffrey W. Conrad
Log 25 - James R. Peva
Log 26 - John L. Mikesell
Log 27 - John B. Droste

4.K. AWARD OF DEGREES

Approval was requested for the award of degrees through August, 1987.

REAL ESTATE AND LEGAL COMMITTEE

Trustee Dye presented the following report and recommendations for the Real Estate and Legal Committee.

Real Estate Matters

Bloomington

5.A.(1) Sale of Real Estate, 2333 East Third Street, Bloomington. The real estate located at 2333 East Third Street is located outside of the boundaries for the development of the Bloomington Campus, and is no longer needed for any university purpose. lt is located on the north side of Third Street three blocks cast of Union Street.

The property consists of two platted lots improved with a single-family residence which has been used as a rental for faculty and staff housing.

Approval of the Board was requested to declare the property surplus, request the appointment of appraisers by the Governor, and sell it pursuant to State statutes. Offers to purchase will be submitted to the Board as they may be received.

Indianapolis

5.A.(2) (There are no Indianapolis campus real estate matters for this agenda.)

Regional Campuses

5.A.(3) (There are no Regional campus real estate matters for this agenda.)

REPORTS AND EXHIBITS

Reports

6.A.(1) Jane M. Ketcham Trust. Jane M. Ketcham created a trust, now terminated, which provided a $5,000 unrestricted bequest for the Indiana University Medical School. The money has been received.

6.A.(2) Estate of Margaret K. Hill. The sum of $6,105.71 has been received from the Margaret K. Hill Trust, which was administered in South Bend. According to the Trustee, use of the money is unrestricted.

6.A.(3) Estate of Mary Butler. Supplementing earlier receipt of $29,732.24 from the Estate of Mary Butler for James Whitcomb Riley Hospital, an additional distribution has been made in the amount of $5,604.16 bringing the total to $35,336.40.

6.A.(4) Estate of Louise Caldwell. The will of Louise Caldwell, Manatee County, Florida, included the following provision:

(a) One-third thereof to The University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana, to be held in perpetuity by the said university as a separate fund to be known as "The Arthur W. Mason Musical Scholarship, as a memorial to him by his daughter, Louise Mason Caldwell and his son-ln-law, Ross Caldwell." The university shall utilize the income annually to provide a scholarship or scholarships to an outstanding and deserving student or students to further their musical education at The University of Indiana. All scholarship awards shall be designated and identify the scholarship as "The Arthur W. Mason Musical Scholarship'."

The sum of $15,350 has been received.

6.A.(5) Will of Gertrude B. Horton. The will of Gertrude B. Horton established a trust to provide scholarships for unadopted orphans to attend one of the following schools: Indiana University, Indiana State University, Purdue University, Ball State University, or Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. The trustee had been unable to locate qualified applicants and, in order to avoid revocation of the tax exempt status of the trust because of inactivity had sought a judicial interpretation which resulted in an order to distribute funds held in the trust to the five schools. Indiana University has received for scholarship purposes one-fifth of funds remaining after costs, but is not restricted to awards only to unadopted orphans. The funds should be held in a separate fund designated, "Gertrude and Ralph Horton Scholarship Funds," and the recipients should be advised that they are receiving such aid and assistance from the "Gertrude and Ralph Horton Scholarship Funds." Indiana University's share was $26,412.10, plus 10 shares of Richmond Gas Corporation stock, the value of which has not yet been ascertained.

6.A.(6) Will of Madeleine D. Corya. The will of Madeleine D. Corya included the following provision:

"(4) to the Indiana University School of Medicine, Bloomington, Indiana, the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000), with the request that some fitting tablet or memorial be installed or erected in the main building of the University indicating that this gift has been made in gratitude for the splendid medical education the University afforded to my deceased husband, Dr. Harold W. Corya."

The money has been received.

Exhibits

6.B. The following exhibits appear as part of the agenda for information of the Board:

7. Report of Grants and Contracts made to Indiana University Foundation - August, 1987
8. Report of Grants and Contracts made to Indiana University - August, 1987
9. Personnel Report - Bloomington, July, 1987
- Regional, July, 1987
- IUPUI, July, 1987
10. Construction Planning and Progress Report - September 11, 1987
11. Fiscal Reports:
(a) General Fund Budget Summary, July 1, 1986 through June 30, 1987
(b) Quarterly Statement of Cash and Intramural Transactions, July 1, 1986 to June 30, 1987
(c) Auxiliary Enterprise Accounts - Financial Reports, July 1, 1986 through June 30, 1987
(d) Auxiliary Enterprise and Service Accounts - Interim Operating Advances, June 30, 1987

Concluding Remarks by President Stoner

Trustee Stoner mentioned that a new book by Frank Newman, Choosing Quality: Reducing Conflict between the State and the University has listed outstanding state universities in the country and that one of them is Indiana University. Others were the University of California at Berkeley, at Los Angeles, and at San Diego: University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Texas at Austin, and University of Virginia. Describing this as excellent distinction and recognition, he said several criteria had been considered. This is good news, because many people in Indiana have not appreciated that Indiana University, despite under funding, is really a quality institution, as Vice President Gros Louis had pointed out in a previous meeting. The book recognized research activities of the University and mentioned also the relationship that exists between the University and the community.

With regard to the latter, Trustee Stoner commented on a Rand McNally's rating of the most desirable places for retirement in the United States which placed Bloomington and Brown County as 8th. Not only should that help attract students, he said, but it should bring people who are seeking intellectual and cultural opportunities when they retire.

Adjournment

The Trustees adjourned at 12:20 p.m., to meet again on call of the Secretary on November 6, 1987 at the Richmond Campus.

Robert E. Burton, Secretary
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