MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY
Indiana University South Bend
June 24, 1989

Trustees Present: President Richard B. Stoner, Vice President Harry L. Gonso, Dr. Joseph M. Black, James W. Dye, Emerson Kampen, Edgar F. Kettler, Joseph R. Motherwell, Ann W. Swedeen.

University Representatives: President Thomas Ehrlich; University Chancellor Herman B. Wells; Vice Presidents and Chancellors: Gerald L. Bepko and Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis; Vice Presidents: J. Terry Clapacs, John T. Hackett, Judith G. Palmer and Douglas M. Wilson; Secretary of the Board, Janet C. Shirley; Treasurer, J. D. Mulholland; Chancellors: H. Daniel Cohen, Peggy G. Elliot, Charlie Nelms, Joanne Lantz, Leon Rand, and Hugh L. Thompson; Walter Daly, Gene Faris, J.A. Franklin, Juliet S. Frey, James L. Green, Rosann Greene, Charles O. Hardy, C.K. Travis, Jeffery Vessely, and Edward Whalen; also, Diana S. Embry, Recorder, and staff of the University News Bureau. Also present were representatives of the news media.

BUSINESS MEETING

I. General Business

A. Trustee Business

1. Minutes. Approval of minutes for meeting of May 5, 1989.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

The Administrative Action Reports of May 19 and June 12, 1989 are included in the minutes for this meeting.

2. Board of Visitors, School of Law (Bloomington). Approval of the Board was requested for reappointments of the following persons to the Board of Visitors, School of Law (Bloomington) for the term beginning July 1, 1989 and ending on June 30, 1992:

Shirley S. Abrahamson
Daniel James
Earl W. Kinter
Clarine C. Nardi Riddle
John Tinder

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

3. Board of Visitors, School of Education. Approval of the Board was requested for appointment of the following persons to the Board of Visitors, School of Education for the term beginning June 1, 1989 and ending May 31, 1992:

Carole Hahn
Rick Little
James A. Mecklenburger

Approval of the Board was also requested for the ex-officio reappointment of Larry Crabb, President, School of Education Alumni Association for the term beginning June 1, 1989 and ending May 31, 1990.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

4. New Degrees. Approval by the Board was requested for the following new degrees:

B. A. in Physics at Southeast
Ph.D. in Medical Cell Science to be offered at the Northwest Center for Medical Education

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

5. Resolution. Approval by the Board was requested for the following resolution:

Trustee Swedeen reported on her family's visit to Cedarcrest, the former home of J. K. Lilly, Sr., which was the St. Margaret's Hospital Guild 1989 Decorator Show House. This annual Indianapolis fund raiser which benefits Wishard Hospital selected Cedarcrest which is currently the home of IUPUI Chancellor Gerald Bepko and his wife Jean and their children. Renovation and redecorating required the Bepkos to vacate temporarily. The event attracted hundreds of visitors who purchased tickets to tour the premises. The Board wished to express their appreciation to the Bepkos for their great spirit of support, recognizing this as an opportunity for the University to achieve the needed refurbishing at the expense of participating firms.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

B. President's Report

The President asked those in attendance to join him in applauding the work of each member of the Board of Trustees during the year. After acknowledging the wonderful welcome by the campus at South Bend, he asked Chancellor Dan Cohen for this comments.

1. Chancellor Cohen's Report.

Chancellor Cohen announced that IUSB has received an anonymous gift of $1 million to endow instruction and research in technological innovation that can potentially contribute to the economic development of the Michiana region. In reviewing the major accomplishment of the past two years, Chancellor Cohen highlighted the enrollment increase of over 4%. Applications for fall of 1989 ar up 20% over fall of 1988, indicating a continuation of this trend. Total enrollment is approximately 6700. A projected growth of 5% per year over the next 12 years takes the figure to 12,000 students. He cited the Franklin D. Schurz Library, dedicated on June 23, 1989, as a symbolic beginning of the physical facility expansion required to support this growth. Associate, bachelor,and master degree programs in nursing have been acquired during the past two years. The Master of Business Administration is now available on this campus as are two new technology associate degree programs. Chancellor Cohen also cited with pride the achievements of the faculty. At the 1988 Founder's Day Ceremony, the W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service was presented to and IUSB faculty member. Two distinguished teaching awards have brought the total received by faculty on this campus to fourteen. In this same two year period, 160 full-time faculty published 30 books and monographs, 158 articles and book chapters; presented 402 papers at professional meetings; and performed and exhibited in theatre, music and art 345 times.

Chancellor Cohen concluded his remarks by reporting that this campus is hard at work implementing the goals set forth in the University's Plan. Over $1 million of operating funds has been allocated to the academic agenda. There is excitement and enthusiasm about these new initiatives and what they will mean to the future of Indiana University at South Bend.

2. President Ehrlich's Report.

President Ehrlich paid special tribute to Lester Wolfson, former Chancellor of IUSB, acknowledging that non of what was celebrated yesterday, today, or tomorrow would have been possible without his extraordinary leadership.

The President referred to the first paper he wrote, "Our University in the State," which described his impressions of and aspirations for academic distinction, economic growth, and access to higher education. A follow-up draft paper will be presented this fall, "Our University in the State–Lessons Learned." Emphasis in these three areas will continue, and next year particular attention will be turned to economic growth and enhancing Black and Hispanic access.

The President acknowledged the efforts of faculty on all campuses in developing a realistic set of initiatives and pilot projects for improving academic distinction. Vice President and Chancellor Kenneth Gros Louis is assuming the leadership of this university-wide process, and specific steps will be outlined by him in the coming months.

In the proposed operating budget, the president called attention to the $17.5 million committed in new general fund resources for Academic Agenda Initiatives. These funds, derived largely from state appropriations and student fees, will be supplemented with gifts and grants from external sources. Examples cited were the $2.1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute of Bethesda, Maryland, to enhance Biology education on all campuses, and an award of $157,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to IU Northwest supporting a teacher training and scholarship program for bilingual education primarily in Spanish.

The President highlighted allocations made to all campuses of $5.6 million for undergraduate education, $9.8 million for research and economic growth, and $2.1 for student access. The category of Freshman Seminars will be tailored to the needs of each campus. For example, this fall there will be 25 regular freshman seminars in Bloomington and a larger number of pre-freshman seminars occurring in the summer of 1990. IUPUI is planning an introductory program that links the schools of law, medicine, and dentistry for entering students exploring these disciplines. A pilot program in Kokomo providing interactive ties to full-time faculty will initially reach 80 students, expanding to 75% of incoming students the following year. Models are being developed on the South Bend campus for implementation next year. IU Southeast has assigned the project of freshmen seminars to one faculty member. Recognizing differences in resources and needs, campuses will implement other academic initiatives such as writing and computing programs.

This year, with strong help from Vice President Gros Louis, Chancellors, and many others, the University will translate the academic agenda into an operating plan. The President announced that the Academic Afternoon for Indiana legislators in December will report on the progress of this task.

C. Consideration of Operating Budget, 1989-90.

1. University Director of Budgeting, Edward Whalen

Edward Whalen, University Director of Budgeting, presented for the Board's approval the 1989-90 operating budget for Indiana University. He referred to the chart, "Summary of General and Restricted Funds, and Auxiliary Enterprises", which shows a total recommended budget of $1.3 billion, an increase of $144 million or 13% over the current year.

Director Whalen reviewed increases in nine groups of expenditures where distribution of funds has remained remarkably stable over time. He cited the increase of $29 million or 15% in Hospital expenditures. Third quarter fiscal analysis indicated hospital expenditures were 9% above the current year, making $216 million an attainable target. Director Whalen noted this item embodies a large measure of the service function performed by Indian University for the citizens of the state. Accounting for 50% of the total budget, the General Education Fund includes expenditures of $639 million, an increase of $63.5 million or 11% over the current year. Sources of funds are state appropriation $350.7 million, student fees $189.8 million, and other income $98.7 million.

President Ehrlich stated that improving faculty and staff salaries remains the top priority.

Director Whalen submitted the budget as described tn the following charts and graphs for approval by the Board and asked for questions.

After a brief discussion, President Stoner called for the motion.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

2. Chancellor Joanne Lantz

Chancellor Joanne Lantz of IUPU at Fort Wayne, which is administered by Purdue University, reported an increase of $2.5 million in her budget. In addition, the state legislature has authorized $15 million in bonding authority for a new Engineering and Technology Building. Other planned facilities, to be built with both private and state funding, are a printing plant and warehouse, and a theatre building.

II. Reports from Committees

A. Student Affairs Committee

Trustee Gonso reported that IUPUI continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of that campus with a variety of activities which included a visit and speech by Ralph Nader. A scholarship fund drive chaired by Vice President and Mrs. Dan Quayle has been established to honor the memory of Kent Fransden. $230,000 has been raised to date.

Bloomington students have held events which recognize the issues of Chinese students and the current crisis in their country. Also discussed at length were the funding options for the Student Health Center.

The New Kelley Center on the Kokomo campus has become occupied. A joint venture underway with IVY Tech, IUK, and representation from high schools addresses the illiteracy problem and promotes higher education.

IUPU Fort Wayne students were pleased with the first commencement held in the Coliseum's new exposition center. September 18 begins a month-long celebration of the 25th anniversary of that campus.

The allocations from the General Assembly of $5 million for a new building and monies for other programs were applauded by the students of IU Southeast.

1. Remarks by Pamela Carlsberg, President, Student Association Indiana University South Bend. On behalf of all IUSB students, Ms. Carlsberg welcomed the Trustees to the campus. She addressed the issue of accommodating student services needs with enrollment increases. In particular, she identified a multi-purpose athletic/recreational facility as a high priority. The intermural sports program, which leases various community buildings, cannot accommodate all interested students because of space limitation. She made a plea for use of the recently acquired land as a site for such a facility. Ms. Carlsberg expressed appreciation for participation by the Board in the dedication ceremonies of the Franklin D. Schurz Library.

2. Remarks by Jenny Greevich, President, Student Government Association, Indiana University Northwest. The ground breaking ceremony for the Science and Laboratory Building was recently held on the Northwest campus. Ms. Greevich expressed excitement in the realization of this project, and that her enthusiasm for the future of I.U. grows as she becomes aware of the dynamic growth going on in all areas.

B. Faculty Relations Committee.

Trustee Dye reported that the committee reviewed expansion of the Masters program. Sandra Whitacre, Chairman of the Biology Department, presented the concerns of this program as it has make its move into the space formerly occupied by the library. In general, Trustee Dye commended the great enthusiasm that was evident here during these festivities in South Bend. He noted with pride that he has observed a pervading spirit of excitement on all the campuses of Indiana University.

C. Hospital Committee.

Trustee Black reported that Kenneth Beardslee gave the monthly report of hospital indicators, showing a positive net margin. It was noted that accounts receivable were high, due in part to delayed government program payments.

Dr. George Lukemeyer presented the Medical Staff Bylaws for consideration. With certain editorial revisions, the Bylaws were approved by the committee and Trustee Black asked for Board action on this item.

Medical staff appointments were presented by Dr. Lukemeyer and accepted by committee. Trustee Black requested approval by this Board.

Mr. Beardslee presented the five-year projection of cash balances. In review, Trustee Black reported that with projections of a 7% rate increase annually, 5.2% inflation rate, and an 8.3% increase in salaries, possible problems of cash are anticipated in the future.

David Handel presented for review by the committee some hospital publications, some of which had won awards. Trustee Black stated that these brochures, so beautifully done, were used to recruit students and faculty.

Dan Centurione presented the monthly report of quality assurance activities.

Trustee Black reported further that Mark Hamilton presented the status of JCAHO activities. The next accreditation review is in the last quarter of 1990. A progress report on ambulatory activities is due in October 1989. The enhanced quality assurance staff was discussed as well as steps toward renewed accreditation.

The committee heard Mr. Beardslee discuss third party administration and the forthcoming involvement with Community Hospital and other Indianapolis hospitals in managed care and satellite clinic activities.

Mr. Handel commented on the Voluntary Hospitals of America Tristate Network.

He also reported on the Medical Genetics laboratory and its potential involvement in DNA analysis for forensic and related purposes. Trustee Black added that a means of selling and marketing this process of tracing genetic tracers to various hospitals across the state was being explored.

According to Mr. Handel, the recent Riley Telethon netted $1.2 million for Riley Memorial Association.

Trustee Black announced that 170 new residents report on July 1. Candidates from 49 of the medical schools in the U.S. are represented in this group, which speaks to the strength of the program.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

D. Architectural Committee.

Trustee Dye reported that the sundial and campus symbol for the Indianapolis campus was reviewed and continuing research on the proposed $500,000 project was recommended. Funding will be sought from private sources.

The Indiana University at South Bend campus master plan was discussed with particular attention focused on possible use of a 23-acre tract of vacant land. The Mall expansion plan was critiqued and will continue to be studied.

Trustee Dye praised the recommendation of Chancellor Bepko to pave two graveled lots on the IUPUI campus, appropriately improving that service in light of increased rates.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

E. Investment Committee.

Trustee Kampen explained the implications for Indiana University of Senate Bill 151 which gives authority for wider investment possibilities. In the past, these funds had to be invested in Indiana bank CD's and government securities. The University has general funds ranging from $130 to $190 million and, according to Vice President Hackett, under this new policy the opportunity exists to earn an additional $1-2 million. In response to this change, Treasurer Jack Mulholland presented a new grant-of-authority investment policy which was reviewed and discussed by the committee. It was agreed that after further study by those at the meeting, a proposed policy would be presented at the August Board meeting.

Before calling for a vote on the following resolution, Trustee Kampen pointed out that a specific method of renumeration to the IU Foundation has not been determined, and he recommended further study on this issue.

RESOLUTION CONCERNING
CONTRACTING WITH INDIANA
UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION

WHEREAS, an interim Memorandum of Understanding ("Interim Agreement") dated January 10, 1989, between Indiana University Foundation ("IUF") and the Trustees of Indiana University ("Board") has been in effect for several months;

WHEREAS, the Interim Agreement has been in operation and has provided authorization for transitional policies and practices to be developed to govern certain relations between the Board and IUF; and

WHEREAS, the Board desires that the President of Indiana University negotiate and conclude an agreement between the Board and IUF to replace the Interim Agreement, such agreement ("New Agreement") to provide for the assignment to Indiana University of government contracts and research grants, for the exchange of services and payment for services between Indiana University and IUF, and to cover such other matters as such President may see fit;

NOW, THEREFORE, RESOLVED:

1. The President of the University is hereby authorized and directed to negotiate the New Agreement between this Board and IUF; such New Agreement to succeed and replace the Interim Agreement and all other general agreements between University and this Board and IUF.

2. The New Agreement to be negotiated may cover such subjects as the President of Indiana University considers appropriate and not inconsistent with a memorandum of June 19, 1989, entitled "Funding Central Development Function: from the President of Indiana University to the University's campus Chancellors.

3. The New Agreement, when negotiated and duly approved and executed by IUF, may be executed and delivered by the President of Indiana University, and when so executed and delivered shall be considered a binding and enforceable agreement of this Board.

4. The President of Indiana University is hereby authorized to amend, modify and interpret the New Agreement, after its execution and delivery and from time to time as he may consider advisable.

5. The Interim Agreement is hereby ratified and approved and shall continue in force, except as it may be amended by the President of Indiana University in behalf of this Board as he may consider expedient, until replaced by the New Agreement.

6. The President of Indian University is hereby authorized to perform such other acts as may be necessary of convenient to fulfill the purpose of this Resolution, as he may understand it, and is delegated the authority of this Board to the extent he may need it for such purposes.

7. The President of Indiana University may delegate to others such authority as he may see fit to accomplish the purposes of this Resolution, and he may authorize others to deliver such assurances, certificates, and other documents that may be requested by government authorities, and others, concerning the Interim Agreement of the New Agreement.

8. The President of Indiana University may enter into such assignments and novation agreements as may be necessary or convenient and that obligate this Board to fulfill government research contracts and grants that heretofore were entered into and accepted by IUF.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

Trustee Kampen recapped the Series F Bond Issue, which was sold April 19. Only 10% of the issue sold in Indiana, demonstrating that marketing needs to be on a national basis.

Trustee Gonso explained that recent tax law changes have reduced the appeal of these bonds for Indian Banks, the principle purchaser in the past.

Trustee Kampen reported a delay in going forth with the proposed Series G refunding. Internal Revenue Service regulations issued in May may carry a severe penalty regarding the transferred proceeds penalty provision of a second refunding such as we are proposing. After further information is received from John Nuveen & Co. and Ice Miller, a decision will be made based on the expected savings which might occur from a refunding of this type.

Unanimously approved on a motion duly made and seconded.

F. Fiscal Committee

Trustee Kampen, in recommending the following fee schedule, reported that only Wisconsin and Iowa have lower rates in the Big Ten Conference than those proposed for IU Bloomington. The overall rate of increase is 8%; the range runs from 6.5% for Bloomington resident undergraduates to 20% for non-resident programs in Law and Business.

1. Instructional Fee Rates for 1989-90. Approval of the Board was requested of instructional fees for 1989-90 as listed:

1988-89
Rate
1989-90
Rate
Bloomington Campus
Undergraduate
Resident
$ 62.90 $ 67.00
Nonresident $ 181.60 $ 202.85
Graduate and Professional
Resident
Business
$ 86.00 $ 98.50
Law 86.00 95.50
Optometry 89.00 102.00
Other 82.10 88.00
Nonresident
Business
$ 235.00 $ 268.50
Law 235.00 260.50
Optometry 248.00 283.00
Other 229.70 251.50
Indianapolis Campus
Undergraduate
Resident
$ 61.45 $ 65.70
Nonresident 172.15 192.55
Graduate and Professional
Resident
Dentistry*
$4,800.00 $5,400.00
Medicine* 4,900.00 5,400.00
Business 86.00 98.50
Law 86.00 95.50
Other 82.10 88.00
Nonresident
Dentistry*
10,080.00 11,200.00
Medicine* 11,200.00 12,200.00
Business 235.00 268.50
Law 235.00 260.50
Other 229.70 251.50
Other Campuses: East, Kokomo,
Northwest, South Bend, Southeast
Undergraduate
Resident
$ 53.00 $ 56.25
Nonresident 131.25 139.25
Graduate
Resident
$ 69.50 $ 73.75
Nonresident $ 155.50 $ 165.00
Fort Wayne Campus
Undergraduate
Resident
$ 53.00 $ 56.20
Nonresident 131.25 139.15
Graduate
Resident
69.50 $ 73.65
Nonresident 155.50 164.85

* Annual Rate

2. Dedicated Fee Rates, 1989-90. Approval of the Board was requested of dedicated fee rates for all campuses for 1989-90 as listed:

1988-89 1989-90
Indiana University Bloomington $14.95 $18.45
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis 18.45 24.00
Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne 11.95 11.95
Indiana University other campuses 10.65 9.85

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

3. Other Fiscal Actions appear in the Administrative Action Reports dated May 19 and June 12, 1989.

G. Construction Committee.

Trustee Dye Presented for Board approval the following projects.

1. Construction Contract Awards

No action items.

2. Other Construction Matters
Indiana University Bloomington

a. University School Complex-Creative Arts Building Renovation for Environmental Health and Safety

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with renovation of a portion of the Creative Arts Building at the University School Complex on the Bloomington campus to provide office and lab facilities for the Department of Environmental Health and Safety. Estimated to cost $650,000, the project will be funded from the 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

b. Fine Arts Building Renovation-Phase II

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with phase II renovation of the Fine Arts Building on the Bloomington campus. This project will provide for the completion of renovation of existing space in the facility and the enclosure and renovation of space that is currently a building courtyard, is estimated to cost $1,200,000 and will be funded from 1989- 91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation. Appropriate State approvals will be requested.

c. HPER Building Renovation for Development of a Human Performance Laboratory

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with renovation of space in the HPER building on the Bloomington campus formerly occupied by the Wrubel Computing Center for development of a human performance laboratory for use by the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. The project is estimated to cost $1,200,000, and will be funded from the 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

d. Renovation of Animal Care Facilities

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with renovation of animal care facilities in Jordan Hall and the Animal Behavior Lab on the Bloomington campus. Estimated to cost $1,500,000, the project will be funded from 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

e. Adult Ambulatory Care Facility

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with construction of an Ambulatory Care Facility adjacent to University Hospital on the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis campus. Estimated to cost $32,100,000, the project will be funded through the issuance of revenue bonds, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

f. Adult Ambulatory Care Facility Parking Garage

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with construction of a 457 car parking garage at the proposed Adult Ambulatory Care Center on the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis campus. Estimated to cost $5,456,000, the project will be funded from Parking Operations Revenues, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

g. University Hospital-Surgery Orthopaedic Practice Area

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with development of a Surgery Orthopaedic Practice Area in University Hospital on the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Campus. The project is estimated to cost $1,526,000, will be funded from Hospitals Major Improvement Reserves, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

h. University Hospital-Gastroenterology Diagnostic Center

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with construction of a Gastroenterology Diagnostic Center in University Hospital on the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis campus. The project is estimated to cost $970,000, will be funded from Hospitals Major Improvement Reserves, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

i. Surface Parking Lot Development

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with development of paved surface parking on the Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis campus in the area north of North Street from Blake Street to California Street, and on the east edge of campus in an area bounded by Vermont Street, Michigan Street, California Street, and Blackford Street. The project is estimated to cost $700,000, will be funded from Parking Operations Revenues, and appropriate State approvals will be requested.

Indiana University Kokomo

j. Kokomo Main and East Building Renovation

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with renovation of the Main and East buildings on the Kokomo campus. Estimated to cost $1,100,000, the project will be funded through the issuance of Academic Facilities Bonds as authorized during the 1989 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Appropriate State approvals will be requested.

Indiana University Northwest

k. Tamarack Hall Construction/Hawthorn Hall Renovation

Approval of the Board was requested to increase the project cost for the Tamarack Hall Replacement Facility to be constructed on the Northwest campus to $10,660,000. The project will now include renovation of space to vacated in Hawthorn Hall once the Tamarack Replacement Facility is complex. This increase in project cost will be funded through the issuance of Academic Facilities Bonds as authorized during the 1989 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Appropriate State approvals will be requested.

Indiana University at South Bend

l. Northside Hall Renovation

Approval of the Board was requested to proceed with renovation of Northside Hall on the South Bend campus. Estimated to cost $5,300,000, the project will be funded through the issuance of Academic Facilities Bonds as authorized during the 1989 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Appropriate State approvals will be requested.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

3. Other Construction Actions appear in the Administrative Action Reports dated May 19 and June 12, 1989.

H. Personnel Committee

Trustee Kettler presented to following items for Board approval.

1. INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON-Vice President and Chancellor Gros Louis.

a. Possible recommendation of appointment of Associate Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate School.

2. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS- Vice President and Chancellor Bepko.

a. Robert F. Sutton, Jr. as Associate Professor of Classics, with tenure, School of Liberal Arts, beginning August 1989.

b. For Hal E. Broxmeyer, Professor of Medicine and Microbiology & Immunology and Scientific Director of the Walther Oncology Center, the additional appointment as Mary Margaret Walther Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, beginning June 24, 1989.

3. AWARD OF DEGREES

4. CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENTS

5. Other Personnel Actions appear in the Administrative Action Reports dated May 19 and June 12, 1989.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

I. Real Estate and Legal Committee

Trustee Motherwell recommended the following items for action.

1. Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis

a. Purchase of Real Estate, 525 North Blackford Street, IUPUI Campus. An option has been secured to purchase from the Indiana University Foundation the former Indianapolis Public School 4 real estate located at 525 North Blackford on the IUPUI Campus.

Since 1980 the University has leased this school property, first from the Board of School Commissioners of the City of Indianapolis, then from September of 1986, from the Indiana University Foundation. In order to protect a purchase option at a favorable price, the University requested the Foundation to purchase it for University use in 1986.

The real estate consists of the school building (now called Mary Cable Building) containing 66,600 gross square feet on land consisting of 1.68 acres, or one half of a square block. The building is being used for classrooms and academic offices, and houses major portions of the Department of English, Department of Communications and Theatre, and Department of Military Science.

The option price to the University of $1,620,000 is the price paid to the Board of School Commissioners by the IU Foundation.

Approval of the Trustees was requested to make this purchase, subject to appropriate State governmental approvals.

Source of Funds: Land Acquisition-Indpls.
#90-704-57

b. Proposed Purchase of Real Estate, 800 Block North Locke Street AND 800 Block West North Street, IUPUI Campus. In June 1986 the University requested the Indiana University Foundation to Purchase from the City of Indianapolis a portion of the land formerly occupied by Lockefield Gardens, and hold it until it was needed for the development of the IUPUI Campus. The land consisted of three separate, unimproved tracts, containing a total of seven and one-half acres.

One of the tracts was conveyed to the university in 1988. The two remaining tracts are needed no for site work and traffic changes related to construction of the Ambulatory Care Center and other improvements near the University Conference Center. It is recommended that they be purchased from the Foundation at the Foundations 1986 cost from the City of Indianapolis.

Seller: Indiana University Foundation

Tract 1: Lot 4 in Lockefield Gardens Resubdivision

Land Size: 1.5 acres

Option Price: $71,876.00 ($1.10 per square foot)

Tract 2: Lot 1 in Lockefield Gardens Resubdivision

Land Size: 4.8 acres

Option Price: $229,999.00 ($1.10 per square foot)

Approval of the Trustees is requested for purchases of these tracts, subject to appropriate State Governmental approvals.

Source of Funds: Land Acquisition-Indpls.
#90-704-57

2. Regional Campuses

a. Proposed Purchase of Real Estate, Kokomo Campus. A recommendation will be made to purchase real estate adjacent to the Kokomo Campus.

3. Other Real Estate Actions appear in the Administrative Action Report dated June 12, 1989.

As reported in the June 12, 1989, Administrative Action Report, two bequests have been received by the University from the estates of Gerald L. Sampson and Virginia Clarke Ames.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

III. Other Business

A. President Stoner acknowledged this as the last meeting of the calendar year. Five trustees complete their terms of service on June 30. Four appointments and one alumni-elected position will be determined before the Board meets again on August 6, 7, and 8 on the Indianapolis campus. An orientation session is planned for new trustees on Saturday, August 5 which all members of the Board are invited to attend.

B. Wishing everyone a safe and happy summer, Trustee Stoner called for a motion to adjourn.

Unanimously approved on motion duly made and seconded.

Janet C. Shirley, Secretary
THE TRUSTEES OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY.

REPORT OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS
May 19, 1989

FISCAL ACTIONS

A. Fiscal Actions (None)

B. Special Purchases The report of Special Purchases appears as an exhibit at the end of this report.

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARDS

A. Indiana University Bloomington

1. Masonry Repairs-Various Locations

Date of bid opening: April 18, 1989
Bidders: 3
Contract award: Low bidder, Schnell Contractors, Inc., Louisville, Kentucky

Amount: Base bid $ 73,998
Alternate #1 27,050
$101,048

Estimated Cost: Base Bid $ 81,000
Alternate #1 37,000
$118,000

Funding: 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation and Showers Space Rental, Account #66-275-00

This contract provides for necessary repairs due to age and weathering of exterior surfaces of various buildings on the Bloomington campus. The exterior walls at the northwest corner of Swain Hall West will be tuckpointed, a section of dock area retaining walls will be rebuilt and steps and a landing at the north entry way will be replaced. At the Wright Building a lintel over the west entry will be replaced and the area above the lintel will be cleaned and tuckpointed. Work at Memorial Hall includes random tuckpointing on all sides, replacing spalled and broken stone, replacement of a concrete stair well at the northwest corner of the building, tuckpointing and rebuilding of the patio wall, and replacement of pavers in the patio and breezeway. An alternate price has been accepted for tuckpointing and rebuilding of parapet walls sections of three brick buildings in the Showers Complex.

2. Old Crescent Area-Path Renovation and Improvements

Date of bid opening: April 20, 1989
Bidders: 5
Contract award: Low bidder, Heritage Construction Services, Inc., Greenwood, IN

Amount: Base bid $ 87,200
Alternate #2 31,475
$118,675

Estimated cost: Base bid $ 89,000
Alternate #2 35,000
$124,000

Funding: Campus Site Improvements
Account #90-100-25

This project consists of renovation of deteriorated paths in the Old Crescent area, and work includes removal of approximately 4,600 square feet of existing asphalt path, installation of brick pavers on a concrete base, construction of brick steps on a path near Lindley Hall and installation of a culvert for drainage improvements in the northeast section of Dunn woods. An alternate price was accepted to install 315 linear feet of brick path west of the Well House.

3. Demolition of Houses-529 N. Rogers, 1003 N. Walnut Grove, and 1205 N. Forrest

Date of bid opening: May 11, 1989
Bidders: 8
Contract Award: Low bidder, Dave Hinkle Excavating, Bloomington, Indiana.
Amount: $11,465
Estimated Cost: $15,000
Funding: Central Houses and Rentals
Account #60-154-00

The three houses at the above listed locations have deteriorated, are not fit for use and will be demolished under this contract. All the materials, including foundations, footings, floor slabs and utilities will be removed and the sites will be finish graded and seeded.

4. Ballantine Hall Reroofing

Date of bid opening: May 18, 1989
Bidders: 8
Contract award: Low bidder, Dave Reid Roofing, Ind., Logansport, Indiana
Amount: $ 74,000
Estimated cost: $ 80,000
Funding: 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation

The original built up roof of Ballantine has completely deteriorated and will be replaced under this contract. Existing gravel will be removed, one inch thick insulating protection board will be placed on the roof surface and a ballasted EPDM rubber roof membrane will be installed. Flashing at parapet walls will also be replaced as part of the project.

5. Service Building Partial Reroofing

Date of bid opening: May 18, 1989
Bidders: 12
Contract award: Low bidder, Dave Reid Roofing, Inc., Logansport, Indiana
Amount: $ 9,000
Estimated Cost: $ 16,000
Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation

The built up roof on the north wing of the Service Building has deteriorated beyond expedient repair and will be replaced under this contract. One inch protection board will be placed on the existing surface, a fully adhered EPDM rubber roofing membrane will be installed and roof flashing will be replaced.

6. Swain Hall Partial Reroofing

Date of bid opening: May 18, 1989
Bidders: 9
Contract award: Low bidder, Dave Reid Roofing, Inc., Logansport, Indiana
Amount: $ 45,950
Estimated cost: $ 58,000
Funding: 1989-91 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation

The flat roof of the Swain Hall Addition and a flat roof area of Swain Hall West are badly blistered and deteriorated, and this contract provides for replacement of these roof surfaces. One inch protection board will be placed over the existing roofs and ballasted EPDM rubber roof membranes will be installed. Flashing material will also be replaced as part of this protect.

7. Jordan Hall-Second Floor Renovation for Faculty Research

Date of bid opening: May 31,1989
Bidders: 4
Contract award: Low bidder, Foster E. Curry Construction, Inc., Bloomington, IN

Amount: Base bid $414,000
Alternate #5 -18,500
$395,500

Estimated cost: Base bid $435,000
Alternate #5 -15,000
$420,000

Funding: 1987-89 Capital Appropriations for Repair and Rehabilitation

This protect provides for renovation of approximately 3,500 square feet of space on the second floor of Jordan Hall to develop research labs and associated support facilities for faculty doing research in molecular biology and microbiology. Project work consists of interior demolition and reconfiguration of the space, upgrading and modification of existing mechanical and electrical systems, installation of new laboratory casework and lighting and ceiling systems, and interior painting and installation of new floor and wall finishes. The renovation will develop two large research labs, two cold rooms, and constant temperature room, a computer room and five offices to be used by two faculty members and their staffs.

B. Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

8. Riley Hospital Fan Room A-40, Asbestos Abatement

Date of bid opening: April 5, 1989
Bidders: 4
Contract award: Low bidder, U.S. Abatement, Inc., Hamilton, Ohio
Amount: $44,873
Estimated cost: $47,500
Funding: Hospital Maintenance/RH
Account #62-714-55

Fan room A-40 houses the majority of air handlers of Riley Hospital, and regular equipment maintenance activity necessitates removal of asbestos containing material from the area. Contract work includes removal of all asbestos containing pipe insulation and spray applied ceiling deck insulation, and reinsulation of all piping and the ceiling surface with non-hazardous material.

9. Campus Chilled Water System Extension to Riley Hospital - Phase I

Date of bid opening: May 17, 1989
Bidders: 6
Contract award: Low bidder, North Mechanical Contracting Co., Indianapolis, IN
Amount: $65,265
Estimated Cost: $78,000
Funding: Hospital Equip-Imp-Renov
Account #62-714-55

This project consists of extension of central chilled water system piping from existing mains under North Drive to basement areas of Riley Hospital to provide the capability of central cooling service for Phase I Riley Hospital to provide the capability of central cooling service for Phase I Riley facilities. Completion of this installation will allow existing self-contained cooling units, which are old and deteriorating, to be serviced from the central system in case of unit failure, and provide sufficient service to cool space in the facility that is not now air conditioned.

C. Indiana University Northwest

10. Tamarack Hall Replacement Facility, Bid Pack I-Pilings and Grade Beams

Date of bid opening: May 26, 1989
Bidders: 6
Contract award: Low bidder, Agee Concrete and Construction Co., Gary, Indiana
Amount: Base bid $398,500
Alternate #1 49,000
$447,500

Estimated cost: Base bid $550,000
Alternate #1 57,000
$607,000

Funding: Academic Facilities Bonds, Acts of 1965, as authorized by the 1988 session of the Indiana General Assembly

This Phase I bid pack provides for installation of foundation pilings and perimeter grade beams for the Tamarack Hall Replacement Facility. Work includes driving 65 pilings approximately seventy-three feet deep and setting of grade beams for the main portion of the building. An alternate price has been accepted for installation of piling and grade beams for the activities wing of the facility.

D. Indiana University South Bend

11. Northside Hall-Fourth Floor Renovation for Academic Affairs

Date of bid opening: May 16, 1989
Bidders: 4
Contract award: Low bidder, Harry H. Verkler, Contractor, Inc., South Bend
Amount: Base bid $ 9,970
Alternate #1 1,760
$11,730

Estimated Cost: Base bid $14,500
Alternate # 1 1,000
$15,500
Funding: Capital Project/Land Acq. Reserve
Account #90-540-01

Work under this contract consists of reconfiguration and renovation of fourth floor space in Northside Hall to develop additional Academic Affairs office space. Existing corridor space will be partitioned and upgraded to create offices, and new corridors will be developed through removal of demountable partitions and construction of new walls. Additional work includes relocation of light fixtures and doors, interior window installation and painting. An alternate price has been accepted for carpeting the new space.

E. Indiana University Southeast

12. House Demolition and Site repair

Date of bid opening: May 11, 1989
Bidders: 4
Contract award: Low bidder, Badgett Construction Co., Inc., Louisville, Kentucky
Amount: $5,568
Estimated cost: $7,000
Funding: SE Bldgs. Exterior Renovate
Account #90-504-19

A two story house located at the south end of the campus is not suitable for University use and this contract provides for demolition of the structure. All demolition debris, including basement walls and a septic tank, will be removed and the site will be back filled, finish graded and seeded.

REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION WORK

A. All Campuses

1. Approved Change Orders

A list of approved change orders appears as an exhibit for information of the Board.

PERSONNEL ACTIONS

A. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-President Ehrlich.

1. Jeffrey J. Huber, as Head Coach, Diving, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

2. Robert Arnove, Professor, School of Education, Indiana University Bloomington, the additional appointment as Director, Madrid Overseas Program, Office of International Programs, for the period of July 1, 1989 to May, 1990, while on leave from departmental duties.

3. For Mark L. Musa, Distinguished Professor, Department of French and Italian, Indiana University Bloomington, the additional appointment as Director, Bologna Overseas Program, Office of International Programs, for the period May 9, 1989 to May, 1990, while on leave from departmental duties.

4. For Samuel H. Carmichael, reappointment as Head Coach, Women's Golf, and Golf Director, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

5. For Kenneth P. Hydinger, reappointment as Head Coach, Men's Tennis, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

6. For James Sheffield Izard, reappointment as Head Coach, Women's Basketball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

7. For Chester Andrew Jastremski, reappointment as Head Coach, Women's Swimming, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, and Research Associate, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Indiana University Bloomington, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

8. For Lin Loring, reappointment as Head Coach, Women's Tennis, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

9. For Robert G. Morgan, reappointment as Head Coach, Men's Baseball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

10. For Thomas Shoji, reappointment as Head Coach, Volleyball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

11. For Diane M. Stephenson, reappointment as Head Coach, Women's Softball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

12. For George A. Belu, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

13. For Susan Elaine Kexon, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

14. For Ronald W. Felling, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Women's Volleyball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

15. For Brian Louis Funk, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Women's Volleyball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

16. For Marshall Goss, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Track, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989- June 30, 1990.

17. For Phillip L. Henson, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Track, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, and Assistant Professor, part time, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Indiana University Bloomington, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

18. For Lea Ann Jarvis, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Women's Softball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

19. For Floyd Keith, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Soccer, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

20. For Joseph P. Kelley, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Soccer, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

21. For Andrew W. Kincannon, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

22. For Tracy L. Manuel, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

23. For Joseph Patrick McFarland, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Wrestling, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

24. For Jeffrey R. Mercer, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Men's Baseball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

25. For Robert J. Morris, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

26. For James E. Muehling, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

27. For Joseph D. Novak, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

28. David K. Petzke, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

29. For Donald R. Rawson, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Soccer, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

30. For Ronald S. Stripling, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

31. For George H. Suhr, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Football, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

32. For Joby Wright, reappointment as Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

33. For Hobart Billingsley, retirement as Assistant Coach, Swimming, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, while retaining the title of Associate Professor of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Indiana University Bloomington, effective May 1989.

B. INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON -Vice President and Chancellor Gros Louis.

1. Gary A. Sailes as Assistant Professor of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the period August 1989 to May 1992.

2. For Gregory J. Dasza, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages, reappointment with a change in title from Adjunct Assistant Professor to Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

3. For Deborah A. Freund, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Adjunct Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, the additional title of Adjunct Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, beginning August 1, 1989.

4. For Jennifer F. Paustenbaugh, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Librarian and Assistant to the Dean for Administration, to Assistant Librarian, Reference Department, University Libraries-Bloomington, for the period June 15, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

5. For J. Michael Dunn, Professor of Philosophy and Associate Dean for Planning in the College of Arts and Sciences, the additional title of Professor of Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, beginning July 1, 1989.

6. For Maurice Garnier, Professor of Sociology, a change in title from Associate Professor of West European Studies to Professor of West European Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, beginning August 1989.

7. For Beverly Ulrich, reappointment with a change in title from Assistant Professor of Physical Education, part-time, to Assistant Professor of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation for the period August 1989 to May 1992.

8. For Stephen A. Morris, a change in title from Associate Director, Office of Student Financial Assistance, to Director of Disabled Student and Veterans Affairs, beginning July 1989.

9. For Jill Olshavsky, a change in title from Associate Director and Coordinator of Advising, University Division, to Director, Learning Support Services, and Assistant to the Dean, Undergraduate Life, beginning July 1, 1989.

10. For Beverly J. Stoeltje, Associate Professor of Folklore, Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, and Research Associate, Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Research and Graduate Development, a change from sabbatical leave with full pay for the first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year to leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year to accept a Fulbright Research Grant.

11. For Michael Klein, Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, extension of leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year.

12. For David Medine, Associate Professor of Law, School of Law, extension of leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year.

13. For Paul J. Eakin, Professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, a change in period of sabbatical leave for the 1989- 1990 academic year with half pay to the second semester of the 1989-1990 academic year and the first semester of the 1990-1991 academic year with half pay with continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay.

14. For Jean Nicholsen, Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, continuation of disability sick leave without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year.

15. For Christopher I. Beckwith, Associate Professor of Uralic and Altaic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year to do research.

16. Sibylle Bolton, Assistant Professor of Germanic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1989 to accept a position with the Goethe Institute.

17. George H. Goodin, Director of Disabled Student Services and Veterans Affairs, resignation effective April 7, 1989 to accept other employment.

18. Irving Y. Lo, Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and of Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989 with the title Professor Emeritus of East Asian Languages and Cultures and of Comparative Literature.

19. Thomas Glastras, Associate Librarian, Reference Department, University Libraries-Bloomington, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective June 30, 1989 with the title of Associate Librarian Emeritus.

20. Leon Fosha, Associate Professor of Music, School of Music, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989 with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Music.

21. It is recommended that the following be appointed to the Graduate School faculty:

Susan B. Sutton Anthropology, Indianapolis
Richard E. Ward Anthropology, Indianapolis
Judith A. Jaehning Biology, Bloomington
Paul S. Kochanowski Business & Economics, South Bend
Frederick J. Naffziger Business & Economics, South Bend
James W. Pattillo Business & Economics, South Bend
James R. East Communication & Theatre, Indianapolis
Coramae Richey Mann Criminal Justice, Bloomington
Lawrence I. Goldblatt Dentistry, Indianapolis
B. Keith Moore Dentistry, Indianapolis
W. Eugene Roberts Dentistry, Indianapolis
Charles E. Tomich Dentistry, Indianapolis
Dipak K. Chowdhury Earth & Space Sciences, Fort Wayne
Robert J. Kird Economics, Indianapolis
Martin C. Spechler Economics, Indianapolis
Charles R. Barman Education, Indianapolis
Paul J. Blohm Education, Northwest
Micheal R. Cohen Education, Indianapolis
M. Ann Dirkes Education, Fort Wayne
Theodore W. Frick Education, Bloomington
Jesse H. Goodman Education, Bloomington
Floyd Robison Education, Indianapolis
Barbara Wilcox Education, Indianapolis
Ulla M. Connor English, Indianapolis
Kenneth W. Davis English, Indianapolis
Kathleen G. Klein English, Indianapolis
Margaret T. Scanlan English, South Bend
Helen J. Schwartz English, Indianapolis
Marc Simon English, Indianapolis
William F. Touponce English, Indianapolis
Mark S. Auburn English & Linguistics, Fort Wayne
Frederick T. Kirchhoff English & Linguistics, Fort Wayne
Frederick L. Bein Geography, Indianapolis
David J. Bodenhamer History, Indianapolis
Glenn F. Chesnut History, South Bend
Frederick B. Chary History/Philosophy, Northwest
Ronald D. Cohen History/Philosophy, Northwest
John B. Watkins, III Medical Sciences Prog., Bloomington
Carl F. Marfurt Medicine (ANATOMY), Indianapolis
Donald Wong Medicine (ANATOMY), Indianapolis
W. Marshall Anderson Medicine (BIOCHEMISTRY), Northwest
Rose S. Fife Medicine (BIOCHEMISTRY), Indianapolis
William W. Baldwin Medicine (MICRO & IMMUN), Northwest
Kenneth H. Fife Medicine (MICRO & IMMUN), Indianapolis
Arun Srivastava Medicine (MICRO & IMMUN), Indianapolis
J. Peter Burkholder Music, Bloomington
Robert W. Demaree, Jr. Music, South Bend
Thomas J. Mathiesen Music, Bloomington
John C. Owings Music, South Bend
Arthur Bradley Optometry, Bloomington
David S. Williams Optometry, Bloomington
Michael B. Burke Philosophy, Indianapolis
Anne Donchin Philosophy, Indianapolis
J. Wesley Robbins Philosophy, South Bend
Roger P. Hamburg Political Science, South Bend
Russell L. Hanson Political Science, Bloomington
Jean C. Robinson Political Science, Bloomington
Dina R. Spechler Political Science, Bloomington
Joseph Farley Psychology, Bloomington
C. Conrad Cherry Religious Studies, Indianapolis
Michael D. Jackson Religious Studies, Bloomington
Nina M. Perlina Slavic Languages & Literatures, Bloomington
Ain E. Haas Sociology, Indianapolis
Linda L. Haas Sociology, Indianapolis
David H. Moller Sociology, Indianapolis
Barrance V. Johnston Sociology/Anthropology, Northwest
Deborah A. Freund SPEA, Bloomington
William G. Ludwin SPEA, Fort Wayne
Roger R. Stough SPEA, Indianapolis

C. INDIANAPOLIS UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS- Vice President and Chancellor Bepko.

1. Edward R. Broun as Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

2. David J. Byers as Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period August 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

3. Robert A. Dean as Assistant Professor of Pathology, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

4. William B. Dobynis as Associate Professor of Neurology and Medical Genetics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

5. Joanne L. Floyd as Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

6. Jeffrey Goldman as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

7. Gregory P. Gramelspacher as Clinical Assistant to Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

8. Morton C. Green as Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period of July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

9. Susan J. Gunst as Associate Professor of Physiology & Biophysics and Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period June 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

10. Bryan E. Hainline as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

11. John V. Hasewinkel as Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

12. Simon C. Hillier as Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

13. Debra K. Litzelman as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

14. William L. Macias as Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992

15. Alan P. Sawchuk as Assistant Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

16. John G. Fetterman as Associate Professor of Psychology, School of Science, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

17. Anand V. Hudli as Assistant Professor of Computer & Information Science, School of Science, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

18. Jenny T. Sy-Munoz as Assistant Professor of Prosthodontics, part-time, School of Dentistry, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

19. Sharon S. Harig as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Northwest Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period March 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992, without stipend.

20. Judith Ann Klein as Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Medical Sciences Program, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992, without stipend.

21. Roger L. Noble as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at the Muncie Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period June 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992 without stipend.

22. William W. Pond as Clinical Assistant Professor of Physiology & Biophysics at the Ft. Wayne Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period May 1, 1989 to April 30, 1991, without stipend.

23. Perter J. Stambrook as Adjunct Professor of Medical Genetics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992, without stipend.

24. Timothy I. Messer as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Optometry, School of Optometry, beginning June 1, 1989, without stipend.

25. Toichiro Kuwabara as Visiting Professor of Opthalmology and Pathology, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

26. For Don-John Summerlin, a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Oral Pathology, School of Dentistry, for the period June 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

27. For Nasser H. Paydar, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, the additional appointment as Acting Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

28. For Richard E. Pfile, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology, reappointment as Chairman of the Department of Electrical Engineering Technology, School of Engineering and Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

29. For Akhouri S. C. Sinha, Professor of Electrical Engineering, the additional appointment as Acting Chairman for the Department of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

30. For Sam S. Petty, Jr., reappointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, School of Liberal Arts, for the first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year.

31. For John D. Bradley, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

32. For Frank J. Brakel, Jr., a change in title from Assistant Professor, part-time, to Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Evansville Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991.

33. For Mary Ann Kirkish, a change in title from Visiting Instructor to Instructor in Microbiology & Immunology at the Northwest Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period June 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

34. For Donna K. Marzouk, Assistant Director of Physical Therapy Program, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, Division of Allied Health Sciences, School of Medicine, for the period June 1, 1989 to May 31, 1991.

35. For Frank P. Toiano, a change in title from Lecturer to Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992, without stipend.

36. For Michael N. Tsangaris, a change in title from Lecturer to Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

37. For Frank N. Vinicor, a change in title from Associate Professor to Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1989, without stipend.

38. For Wei-Min Liu, a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

39. For Mauriziao Marolli, Professor of Physiology & Biophysics, Medical Sciences Program, School of Medicine, leave of absence without pay for the period August 1, 1989 to July 31, 1990 in order to serve as Program Director for the Cellular Neuroscience Program in Washington D.C.

40. For Lee Schwecke, Associate Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, sabbatical leave for second semester of the 1989-1990 academic year, with full pay.

41. For Enid Zwirn, Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, sabbatical leave for second semester of the 1989-1990 academic year, with full pay.

42. For Stanley Aeschleman, Associate Professor of Psychology, School of Science, leave of absence without pay for the first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year, in order to teach and do research at the Appalachian State University.

43. Bill L. Martz, early retirement, effective June 30, 1989, with the title of Professor Emeritus of Medicine, School of Medicine.

44. Mohssen Ghailchebas, Clinical Assistant Professor of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, resignation effective June 30, 1989, to accept position at the University of West Virginia.

45. For Tracy Ann West, Assistant Professor of Dental Hygiene, Part-time, School of Dentistry, resignation effective May 1989, for personal reasons.

46. Annemarie Springer, Assistant Professor, Herron School of Art, resignation effective May 1989, for personal reasons.

47. Michael Mitchell, Professor of Urology, School of Medicine, resignation effective June 30, 1989, to accept position elsewhere.

D. INDIANA UNIVERSITY EAST-Chancellor Nelms.

NO ITEMS

E. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT FORT WAYNE-Chancellor Lantz.

1. For Dipak K. Chowdhury, Associate Professor of Earth and Space Sciences, reappointment as Chair, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, for the period August, 1989, to May, 1991.

2. For Michael C. Downs, Associate Professor of Political Science, reappointment as Chair, Department of Political Science, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

3. For Elaine S. Foley, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Auxiliary Education, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992, and reappointment as Supervisor of Dental Hygiene, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

4. For Frederick T. Kirchhoff, Professor of English, reappointment as Chair, Department of English and Linguistics, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991.

5. For David L. Oberstar, Assistant Professor of Spanish, reappointment as Chair, Department of Modern Foreign Languages, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

6. For Anson Shupe, Professor of Sociology, reappointment as Chair, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991.

7. For Peter T Zonakis, Associate Professor of Dental Auxiliary Education, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990, and reappointment with a change in title from Acting Director to Director, Division of Health Sciences, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

8. James E. Porter, Associate Professor of English, extension of leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year, and change of approved sabbatical leave from first semester 1989 to first semester 1990.

F. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT KOKOMO-Chancellor Thompson.

1. Joshua Clarke Rountree, as Assistant Professor of Speech, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

2. Robert A. Strikewerda, as Assistant Professor of Philosophy for the 1989-1990 academic year.

3. Barbara J. Vieira, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, resignation effective May, 1989.

G. INDIANA UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST-Chancellor Elliott.

1. For Alan P. Barr, Professor of English, reappointment as Chair, Department of English, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

2. For John H. Dustman, Associate Professor of Zoology, reappointment as Chair, Department of Biology, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

H. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT SOUTH BEND-Chancellor Cohen.

1. Douglas B. Hartford, as Vice Chancellor for External Affairs, beginning August 1, 1989.

2. For Dean L. Alvis, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Mathematics, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

3. For Lee L. Keener, Associate Professor of Computer Science, drop the title of Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, effective July 31, 1989.

4. For Wayne J. Krepel, Professor of Education, drop the title of Chair, Division of Education, effective June 30, 1989.

5. For John P. Russo, Associate Professor of Computer Science, the additional appointment as Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, for the period August, 1989 to May 1991.

I. INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST-Chancellor Rand.

NO ITEMS

REAL ESTATE ACTIONS

Regional Campuses

1. Purchase of Real Estate, 3410 South Massachusetts Street, Gary. The purchase has been completed of a parcel of real estate needed for the future development of the Northwest Campus. It is within the master plan area, and adjoins other real estate purchased previously.

The property consists of one platted lot improved with a single family house and attached garage in poor condition. The improvements will be razed.

Legal Description: Lot 3 in Block 5 in Riverview Land and Investment Co's
First Addition to the City of Gary

Seller: Ricardo and Miverva V. Elizaldi

Lot Size: 25 ft. x 121.48 ft.

Purchase Price: $6,200.00

Purchase Date: May 4, 1989

2. Purchase of Real Estate, 1020 South Esther Street, South Bend. The purchase has been completed of a parcel of real estate needed for the future development of the South Bend Campus. The property will be combined with others to provide the land area required for the library mall.

The real estate consists of one platted lot and an adjacent vacated street, improved with a single family house in good condition.

Legal Description: Lot 8, John Adams First Addition to the City of South Bend,
and forty feet of vacated Hariett Street

Seller: Velma Louise Finton

Lot Size: 88 ft. x 120 ft.

Purchase Price: $50,000

Purchase Date: May 4, 1989

WILLS, TRUSTS, GIFTS

1. Gerald L. Sampson Estate

The sum of $759.36 has been received from the Estate of Gerald L. Sampson. This amount represents the proceeds from his Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance policy. He named the I.U. Medical Center as beneficiary of this policy without restriction as to use.

2. Virginia Clarke Ames Estate

Item IX of the Last Will and Testament of Virginia Clarke Ames reads as follows:

In the event that my husband, Walter F. Ames, does not survive me, an in that event only, and after satisfaction of all of the foregoing specific devises which have not lapsed, then all the rest, residue and remainder of my property, both real and personal, tangible and intangible, of whatsoever nature and wheresoever situated, including all property which I may acquire or become entitled to after the execution of this Will, and including all lapsed devises or other devises make by this Will, which fail for any reason, (all of such property having previously been converted to cash by my Executor) I devise in fee to the following named institutions, or to their successors, in the following proportions:

...
(d) To the School of Journalism, of Indiana University, located at Bloomington, Indiana, thirty-five percent (35%) of my net residuary estate, after satisfaction of all specific bequests.

Each of the above devises is unrestricted and the Board of Directors or other governing body may use and expend each such devise for the benefit of each of the institutions listed in any manner that such Board of governing body deems appropriate, except that the devise to Indiana University shall be for the use of the School of Journalism of said university. The devises to the institutions above named in this Item IX of this Will shall be considered devises to the named institutions or to its successor, and in the event that any of the above named institutions are no longer in existence at the time of my death, an in the further event that there is no successor institution to accept such devise, then the devise to such institution no longer in existence and without a successor institution shall be redivided among the surviving institutions herein named in the same proportions as above set forth.

The sum of $249,135.03 has now been received from the Estate of Virginia Clarke Ames.

REPORT OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS
June 12, 1989

FISCAL ACTIONS

A. Fiscal Actions. (None)

B. Special Purchases. The report of Special Purchases appears as an exhibit at the end of this report.

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARDS

A. Indiana University Bloomington

1. Information Services Computer Room Renovation

Date of bid opening: April 28, 1989
Bidders: 3
Contract award: low bidder, Goheen General Construction, Inc., Bloomington, IN
Amount: $129,000
Estimated Cost: $150,000
Funding: Capital Project/Land Acquisition Reserve
Account #90-100-01

The computer room in the Information Services Building was not upgraded during major renovation of this facility and is in need of ceiling, flooring, and climate control improvements. Work under this contract includes replacement of computer access flooring, installation of a new ceiling and lighting system, additional wall insulation and prefinished gypsum walls and an environmental monitoring system. All required mechanical and electrical improvements to accommodate the renovation are included in contract work.

2. Collins Center-Edmondson Hall, Asbestos Abatement

Date of Bid opening: May 5, 1989
Bidders: 7
Contract award: low bidder, Charles J. Ogg & Associates, Newburgh, Indiana
Amount: $ 69,995
Estimated cost: $100,000
Funding: Halls Operating Bldg. Repair
Account # 92-430-51

Asbestos insulation on steam supply and return lines and the boiler in the basement of Edmondson Hall in the Collins Center complex has deteriorated and will be removed and properly disposed of under this contract. Work also includes installation of new insulating material where required.

3. Memorial Stadium-Renovation Under West Stands for Varsity Football Facilities

Date of bid opening: April 14, 1989
Bidders: General Construction 5
Kitchen Equipment 1

Contract awards: General Construction
Low bidder, Weddle Brothers Construction Co., Inc.
Bloomington, IN

Amount: Base Bid $ 657,700
Alt. #2 27,300
Alt. #5 48,900
Alt. #8 -7,566
Alt. #9 -9,400
Less Negotiated items $ -41,640
$ 675,294

Estimated cost: $ 660,000

Kitchen Equipment
Only bidder, G.V. Aikman Co., Inc.,
Indianapolis, IN.

Amount: Base Bid $ 150,604
Less Negotiated items -8,166
$ 142,438
Estimated cost: $ 155,000
Funding: Memorial Stadium-West Stands Renovation
Account #90-205-21

Work under these contracts will complete an upgrade and expansion of Indiana University's varsity football facilities on the Bloomington campus, and include finishing of the shell space to develop kitchen facilities that, when complete, will allow for the daily preparation of training table meals and provide warming kitchen capabilities for larger groups of up to 600 people. Also to be completed are a press room, stage area and res room and storage facilities, and the entire area will receive a fire protection sprinkler system.

4. Foster Quad-Harper Hall, Masonry Repairs

Date of bid opening: May 4, 1989
Bidders: 6
Contract award: Low bidder, Broady-Campbell, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
Amount: $ 39,970
Estimated cost: $ 42,150
Funding: Foster Quad Building Repair
Account #92-431-21

Age and weathering of exterior surfaces necessitates repair of masonry walls at various locations on Harper Hall in the Foster Quad complex. Contract work includes replacing damaged and/or broken cut stone panels, removal and reinstallation of loose panels, face anchoring of shifted panels and recaulking and installation of new mortar where required.

REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION WORK

A. All Campuses

1. Approved Change Orders

A list of approved change orders appears at the end of this report for information of the Board.

PERSONNEL ACTIONS

A. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-President Ehrlich.

1. Jorge B. Recharte, as Director, Overseas Study Program, Lima, Peru, Office of International Programs, for the period July 1, 1989 to July 1, 1990. Regular salary to be paid by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

2. For John P. Lovell, Professor of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, the additional appointment as Director, Indiana Center for Global Change & World Peace, Office of International Programs, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

3. For Philip J. Rutledge, Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs, Northwest Campus; Special Assistant to the President, Office of the President; Director, Center for Global Studies, Office of International Programs; the additional title of Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs, IUPUI, effective July 1, 1989.

4. Taylor Osborne Locke, Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, resignation effective March 31, 1989, to accept a position elsewhere.

ITM/MUCIA COOPERATIVE PROGRAM IN MALAYSIA

5. Georgette Frazer, as Visiting Assistant Professor of Business, for the period May 14, 1990.

B. INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON-Vice President and Chancellor Gros Louis.

1. Joseph Harmon as Assistant Librarian and Monographic Cataloger, Technical Services, Cataloging Department, University Libraries-Indianapolis, for the period April 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

2. John H. Langdon as Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period March 1, 1989 to February 28, 1992.

3. Thomas R. Yarborough, Colonel, U.S. Air Force, as Professor of Aerospace Studies, beginning July 15, 1989.

4. For Sam Newberg, Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, approval to teach during the second semester of the 1989-1990 academic year.

5. For Nancy J. Schmidt, Librarian and African Studies Area Specialist, University Libraries-Bloomington, the additional title of Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, beginning February 1989.

6. For Claudia L. Gorbman, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies, the additional title of Associate Professor of Film Studies, part-time, College of Arts & Sciences, beginning May 1989.

7. For Harry M. Geduld, Professor of Comparative Literature, the additional title of Professor of Film Studies, part-time, College of Arts & Sciences, beginning May 1989.

8. For Alfred Diamant, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and of West European Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, approval to teach during the first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year.

9. For Betty H. Haven, reappointment as Assistant Professor of Physical Education, part-time, and Coordinator of Undergraduate Program, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

10. For Barbara Klinger, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, the additional title of Assistant Professor of Film Studies, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period May 1989 to May 1991.

11. For Jeffrey Hass, a change in title from Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Music, School of Music, for the period August 1989 to May 1992.

12. For Nancy Steele, reappointment as Professor of Music, part-time, and Head of Costume and Make-up, School of Music, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

13. For Elizabeth Wright, reappointment as Associate Professor of Music, part-time, School of Music, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

14. For Bryant Garth, Professor of Law, and Dean, School of Law, and Director of the Center for the Study of Law and Society, Research and Graduate Development, the additional title of Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences, for the period April 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991.

15. For Harold H. Morris, Professor of Physical Education, reappointment as Chairperson of the Department of Physical Education, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

16. For James O. Naremore, Professor of English and of Comparative Literature, the additional title of Professor of Film Studies, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, beginning May 1989.

17. For Judith Chafel, Associate Professor of Education, School of Education, leave of absences without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year to serve as a Congressional Science Fellow.

18. For Jose A. Blakeley, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year to do research.

19. For Richard Bauman, Professor of Folklore, and Chairperson of the Folklore Institute, College of Arts and Sciences, a change in period of sabbatical leave from first semester of the 1989-1990 academic year with full pay to the 1989- 1990 academic year with half pay, and continuation of TIAA/CREF based on full rate of pay while on sabbatical leave.

20. For William M. Burgan, Associate Professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the second semester of the 1989- 1990 academic year, to do research.

21. For Alvin H. Rosenfeld, Professor of English, and Director of the Jewish Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences, leave of absence without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year, to accept an NEH research grant.

22. Giovanna Wedel De Stasio, Assistant Professor of French and Italian, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1989.

23. Edwin A. Martin, Professor of Philosophy, and Chairperson of the Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective June 30, 1989, to accept a position at North Carolina State University.

24. Frank Dobbin, Assistant Professor of Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1989, to accept a position at Princeton University.

25. Terri Lea Ross, Assistant Librarian, Law Library, University Libraries-Indianapolis, resignation effective March 31, 1989, to accept a position with the Marion County Law Library.

26. Wolff-Michael Roth, Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education-Bloomington, resignation effective May 1989.

27. Joel M. Smith, Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1989, to accept a position at Allegheny College.

28. Michael Denning, Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective May 1990.

29. Marcia Morrison, Assistant Librarian, part-time, and Assistant to the Lilly Librarian, University Libraries-Bloomington, resignation effective May 4, 1989.

30. Alan L. Backler, Director of the Teaching Resources Center, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences, resignation effective April 30, 1989.

31. James E. Biltz, Colonel, U.S. Air Force, Professor of Aerospace Studies, resignation effective May 24, 1989.

32. Bradford Martin, Professor of History, and Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, part-time, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective August 15, 1989 with the title Professor Emeritus of History.

33. Philip J. Hobbs, Associate Professor of Education, School of Education-Indianapolis, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective June 30, 1989 with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Telecommunications.

34. Fred A. Brewer, Associate Professor of Telecommunications, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective June 19, 1989 with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Telecommunications.

35. H. Scott Gordon, Distinguished Professor of Economics, and Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989 with the title Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and Philosophy of Science, and Professor Emeritus of History.

36. Richard S. Westfall, Distinguished Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, and Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989 with the title Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and Philosophy of Science, and Professor Emeritus of History.

37. Gerald Strauss, Distinguished Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989 with the title Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History.

38. Raymond M. Smullyan, Oscar R. Ewing Professor of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences, retirement effective May 1989 with the title of Oscar R. Ewing Professor Emeritus of Philosophy.

39. The following have been awarded research rank effective July 1, 1989:

Brian N. Popp Assistant Scientist Chemistry
Erik Kvale Assistant Scientist Geological Survey
Todd Thompson Assistant Scientist Geological Survey

40. The following have been approved for promotion in research rank effective July 1, 1989:

Assistant Scientist/Scholar to Associate Scientist/Scholar

Stephen Manchester Geology
Gary Lucas Psychology
Beth Greene Education
Jean Umiker-Sebeok Research Center for Languages and Semiotic Studies

Associate Scientist/Scholar to Senior Scientist/Scholar

Krzysztof Kwiathkowski Chemistry

C. INDIANA UNIVERSITY PURDUE-UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS- Vice President and Chancellor Bepko.

1. Jeanette Dickerson-Putnam as Assistant Professor of Anthropology, School of Liberal Arts, for the period August 1989 to May 1992.

2. Timothy S. Owens as Assistant Professor of Sociology, School of Liberal Arts, for the period August 1989 to May 1992.

3. David W. Crist as Assistant Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

4. Francis X. Dillon as Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

5. Robert K. Darragh as Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, for the period July 1 1989 to June 30, 1990.

6. Worthe S. Holt, Jr. as Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, for the period May 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

7. Bruce H. Matt as Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

8. Keren Yan as Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, for the 1989-1990 Academic year.

9. John T. Cummings, Jr. as Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, for the period April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990 without stipend.

10. Raymond E. Dusman, Jr. as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Fort Wayne Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period May 1, 1989 to April 30, 1991, without stipend.

11. Barbara Hale as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, for the period May 1, 1989 to April 30, 1992, without stipend.

Joseph Harmon (See B.(1))

13. Mary B. Floyd as Visiting Associate Professor of History, School of Liberal Arts, for the 1989-1990 academic year, without stipend.

14. Masami Nagai as Visiting Assistant Professor of Experimental Oncology, School of Medicine, for the period April 17, 1989 to April 16, 1990.

15. For James R. Miller, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Orthodontics, part-time, School of Dentistry, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

16. For William T. Ansty, Associate Professor of Supervision, reappointment as Acting Chairman of the Department of Supervision, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 20, 1990.

17. For Willard D. Bostwick, Professor of Supervision, reappointment and change in title to Associate Dean for Technology Programs, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

18. For Linda R. Brothers, Associate Professor of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management, a change in title from Acting Chairman to Chairman of the Department of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

19. For Christine Y. Fitzpatrick, reappointment as Assistant Dean and Change in title from Assistant Professor to Lecturer in Supervision, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

20. For Edgar Fleenor, Professor of Industrial Education, reappointment as Chairman of the Departments of Construction Technology & Industrial Education, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

21. For Patricia Fox, Lecturer in Engineering Technology, reappointment as Assistant Dean for Financial Affairs, School of Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

22. For Hamit O. Yurtseven, Professor of Electrical Engineering, a change in title form Chairman of Division of Engineering to Associate Dean for Engineering Programs, School f Engineering & Technology, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

23. For Giles Hoyt, Associate Professor of German, reappointment as Chairperson of the Department of German, School of Liberal Arts, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

24. For Susan B. Sutton, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies, reappointment as Chairperson of the Department of Anthropology, School of Liberal Arts, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

25. For Richard C. Turner, Professor of English, reappointment as Chairperson of the Department of English, School of Liberal Arts, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

26. For Talmage R. Bosin, Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology, the additional appointment as Acting Director of the Medical Sciences Program, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

27. For B. Beatrice Chambers, reappointment as visiting Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at the South Bend Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

28. For Charles A. Curtis, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

29. For Robert D. Deitch, Jr., a change in title from the Clinical Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Opthalmology, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

30. For Joe G. N. Garcia, Associate Professor of Medicine and Physiology & Biophysics, the additional appointment as Calvin English Investigator of Occupational Lung Disease, School of Medicine, for the period May 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990.

31. For Kenneth H. Gwirtz, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

32. For C. William Hanke, III, Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, the additional title of Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1989, without additional stipend.

33. For Gordon R. Huey, reappointment as Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, School of Medicine, for the period April 16, 1989 to June 30, 1991, without stipend.

34. For Ruth E. Maxson, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

35. For Alexandra L. Quittner, Assistant Professor of Psychology, COAS, Bloomington, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, School of Medicine, the additional title of Adjunct Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to January 31, 1990, without additional stipend.

36. For Maria T. Waddell, a change in title from Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, School of Medicine, for the period June 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

37. For Donald Wong, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, the additional title of Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, School of Medicine, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991.

38. For James M. Murphy, a change in title from Assistant Scientist and Assistant Professor, part-time, School of Medicine, to Associate Professor of Psychology, School of Science, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

39. For Keith D. Knauss, Professor of Labor Studies, School of Continuing Studies at South Bend, request for sabbatical leave for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990, with half pay.

40. For Robert B. Harris, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for Economic Education, School of Liberal Arts, request for extension of leave of absence without pay for the period July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989 in order to continue to serve as Economic Education Consultant for the State of California.

41. For Karl O'Lessker, Professor of Public & Environmental Affairs, SPEA-Bloomington, request for extension of leave of absence without pay and for continuation of TIAA-CREF contributions based on full rate of pay while on leave for the 1989-1990 academic year in order to continue to serve as a member of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.

42. W. Thomas Spain, a change in title from Clinical Assistant Professor to Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Evansville Center for Medical Education, School of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1989.

43. Eugene S. Turrell, retirement effective June 30, 1989, with the title of Associate Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, School of Medicine.

44. Walter J. Lienert, retirement under the 18-20 plan, effective May 1989, with the title of Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physical Education, School of Physical Education.

45. Robert Fortier, retirement under the 18-20 year plan, effective May 1989, with the title of Associate Professor Emeritus of Psychology, School of Science.

46. Eugenio G. Sorcinelli, Jr., Associate Professor of Labor Studies, School of Continuing Studies, resignation effective May 1, 1989.

47. Cameron D. Wright, Assistant Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, resignation effective June 30, 1989, in order to accept position out of state.

Terri L. Ross (see B.(1)

D. INDIANA UNIVERSITY EAST-Chancellor Nelms.

No items

E. INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT FORT WAYNE-Chancellor Lantz.

1. For David L. Shaul, Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics, request that TIAA/CREF contributions be based on full rate of pay while on leave without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year.

2. George W. McCullough, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, early retirement effective May, 1989, with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts.

3. K. Marie Stolba, Associate Professor of Music, retirement effective May, 1989, with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Music.

F. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT KOKOMO-Chancellor Thompson.

1. Stephen D. Strange, as Assistant Professor of Accounting, for the 1989-1990 academic year.

2. Nani Ranken, Professor of Philosophy, early retirement effective May, 1989 with the title Professor Emeritus of Philosophy.

3. Robert C. Carey, Associate Professor of Education, resignation effective May, 1989.

G. INDIANA UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST-Chancellor Elliott.

1. Daniel T. Simon, Associate Professor of Business Administration, leave without pay for the 1989-1990 academic year, to accept a visiting position at Notre Dame University.

2. John N. Zneimer, Associate Professor of English, retirement under the 18-20 year plan effective May 1989, with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of English.

3. Jane Ann Forsberg, Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Auxiliary Education, and Supervisor, Dental Hygiene, resignation effective May 1989 to accept a position elsewhere.

H. INDIANA UNIVERSITY AT SOUTH BEND-Chancellor Cohen.

1. Daniel V.A. Olson, as Assistant Professor of Sociology, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

2. Catherine S. Poole, as Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

3. For Eleodoro J. Febres, Associate Professor of Spanish, the additional appointment as Chairman, Department of Foreign Languages, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

4. For William M. Gering, a change in title from Associate Professor (retired) to Associate Professor Emeritus of Speech and Theatre, effective May, 1989.

5. For James R. Jour, Associate Professor of Psychology, reappointment as Chairman, Department of Psychology, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

6. For Geraldine M. Huitink, Associate Professor of Chemistry, reappointment as Chairman, Department of Psychology, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

7. For Gloria K. Kaufman, Professor of English, the additional appointment as Director of Women's Studies, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

8. For Mike F. Keen, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Assistant Professor to Assistant Professor of Sociology, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

9. For Jeffrey P. Koep, Associate Professor of Communication Arts, reappointment as Chairman, Department of Communication Arts, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

10. For Romesh C. Mehra, Professor of Biology, reappointment as Director, International Programs, for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1992.

11. For Thomas Charles Miller, Associate Professor of Communication Arts, and Technical Director of Theatre, the additional appointment as director of Theatre, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

12. For John Webster Smith, reappointment with a change in title from Visiting Lecturer to Assistant Professor of Communication Arts, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

13. For Charles J. Tull, Professor of History, the additional appointment as Chairman, Department of History, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

14. For Michael C. Washburn, Associate Professor of Philosophy, reappointment as Chairman, Department of Philosophy, for the period August, 1989 to May, 1991.

I. INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST-Chancellor Rand.

No Items

J. REPORT OF AWARD OF HONORARY DEGREES

1. James P. Higgins, Doctor of Humane Letters, awarded at Bloomington Commencement, May 6, 1989.

2. Edward Hirsch Levi, Doctor of Laws, awarded at Bloomington Commencement, May 6, 1989.

3. Margaret Chase Smith, Doctor of Laws, awarded at Bloomington Commencement, May 6, 1989.

4. Yervant Terzian, Doctor of Science, awarded at Bloomington Commencement, May 6, 1989.

5. Mieczyslaw Maksza, Doctor of Science, awarded at Indianapolis Commencement, May 14, 1989

6. John G. Simon, Doctor of Laws, awarded at Indianapolis Commencement, May 14, 1989.

7. Richard D. Wood, Doctor of Laws, awarded at Indianapolis Commencement, May 14, 1989.

8. Jeanne S. Miller, Doctor of Laws, awarded at Fort Wayne commencement, May 10, 1989.

K. REPORT OF DEATHS

1. Theodora Allen, born April 15, 1903 in Montana, died April 25, 1989. Professor Allen received degrees from the University of Minnesota and the University of Chicago. She joined the faculty in 1957 where she remained until her retirement in 1972 with the title Associate Professor Emeritus of Social Service.

2. Henry Hope, born in 1906, died April 27, 1989. Professor Hope received degrees from Harvard University and Indiana University. He joined the faculty in 1941 where he remained until his retirement in 1971 with the title Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts.