Kresge Library

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
May 15, 1970

Item from Finance Committee meeting:

Request from Oakland University for approval of the Board of Trustees to submit an application for assistance under Title IV of the Housing Act with the Department of Housing and Urban Development for a loan in the amount of $2,805,000 for student housing for 432 single students.

On motion by Mr. Stevens, seconded by Mr. Nisbet, it was unanimously voted to approve the above request.

Chancellor O'Dowd requested that Executive Vice President Breslin be given authority to sign a labor contract in the name of the Board of Trustees with the Oakland AFSCME Union, Local 1418, prior to June 30.

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Huff, it was unanimously voted to approve the Oakland University item.

Terminations:

BEZNOS, Maurice J., Instr. Mod. Lang. & Lit, eff. 8/14/70
CHAO, Phebe, Instr. English, eff. 8/14/70
CONKLIN, Kenneth R., Asst. Prof. Education, eff. 8/14/70
KITZ, Evelyn Walker, Asst. Prof. Psychology, eff. 8/14/70
PALMER, Colin A., Asst. Prof. History, eff. 8/14/70
ROSEMONT, Henry, Jr., Asst. Prof. Philosophy, eff. 8/14/70
VASEK, Anthony G., Instr. Engineering, eff. 8/14/70

Leaves - Other

BLACK, Cordell, W., Instr. Mod. Lang. & Lit. eff. 8/15/70 to 8/14/71 to study at U of Mich. BROWNELL, Charles E., Instr. Art, eff. 8/15/70 to 8/14/71 to study in England
DONALD, Robert L., Instr. English, eff. 8/15/70 to 8/14/71 to study in Detroit
RAWICK, George P., Assoc. Prof. Soc. & Anthro, eff. 8/15/70 to 8/14/71 to serve as Visiting Professor at Washington University
THORSON, Victoria Kay, Instr. Art, eff. 8/15/70 to 12/22/70 to study in Mich. & Calif.

Transfers and Changes in Assignment

CHEYDLEUR, Benjamin F., Prof. of Engineering and Director Computer Cntr & Data Process. Ctr to Professor of Engineering, eff. 5/1/70 at $15,000
HABERMAS, Richard C. from Supervisor and Senior Financial Systems Analyst in Comp & Data Processing Center to Director of Computer and Data Processing Center eff. 6/1/70 at $17,000

Academic Promotions to be effective July 1, 1970:

To rank of Professor:

ARNOLD, Harvey J. Dept. of Mathematics
MARZ, Roger H. Dept. of Political Science
SMITH, Harvey A. Dept. of Mathematics
STRAUSS, W. Patrick Dept. of History
VANN, Carl R. Dept. of Political Science


 

 

 

To rank of Associate Professor, to be effective with tenure July 1, 1970:

BROOKS, Richard W. Dept. of Philosophy
DAVIS, James E. Dept. of Chemistry
DeVORE, Ronald A. Dept. of Mathematics
FACKO, Robert I. Dept. of Music
GERULAITIS, Leonardas V. Dept. of History
MASCITELLI, David W. Dept. of English
REDDAN, John R. Dept. of Biological Sciences
RUSSELL, J.W. Dept. of Chemistry
TRIPP, Anne H. Dept. of History
TUCKER, Richard P. Dept. of History
BOTSAS, Eleutherios N. Dept. of Economics and Management
CRAMER, Ronald L. Dept. of Education
GRABER, Sidney W. Dept. of Education
JOHNSON, Patrick J. Dept. of Education
BODDY, David E. Dept. of Engineering

Promotion of BRAKKE, Perry Michael from Instr. in Art to Asst. Prof. of Art at $9,400, effective 6/1/70

Report of the death of Herbert M. Heidenreich, Jr., Instructor in Political Science, on April 14, 1970. Mr. Heidenreich was born on April 28, 1938 and had been a member of the faculty since August 15, 1968.
(p.399)

Report of the death of John C. Galloway, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Art ion April 17, 1970. Dr. Galloway was born on June 15, 1915 and had been a member of the faculty since August 1, 1960.

It is recommended that one year's salary be paid to his widow, this death benefit to begin on August 15, 1970.

Appointments

BROWN, Norman Malcolm as Instr. in Mod. Lang. & lit at $9,500, eff. 8/15/70
CUMBEE, Jack Andrew, Jr. as Instr. in Philosophy at $9,800, eff. 8/15/70
FAIRBANKS, Douglas C. as Instr. in Education at $11,500, eff. 8/15/70
FALKENBURG, Donald Robbins as Asst. Prof. of Engineering at $11,500, eff. 8/15/70 GRAY, C. Vernon as Instr. in Political Science at $10,500 eff. 8/15/70
HARKER, Bruce Rogers as Instr. in Education at $9,700, eff. 8/15/70
HUNER, John Burke as Instr. in Soc. and Anthro. at $10,700, eff. 8/15/70
JONES, Beverley F. as Asst. Prof. of English at $11,000, eff. 8/15/70
KARASCH, Mary C. as Instr. in History at $9,400, eff. 8/15/70
MADSEN, Roy Iner,Jr. as Instr. in Mod. Lang. & Lit. at $9,500, eff. 8/15/70
McARDLE, Kathryn Mary as Assoc. Prof. of Mod. Lang. & Lit. at $11,500, eff. 8/15/70 MICHAUD, Paul M. as Vis. Assoc. Prof. of History at $14,000, eff. 8/15/70
ORTON, Lawrence Dwayne as Instr. in History at $9,400,. eff. 8/15/70
ORTON, Marion as Instr. in Mathematics at $10,600, eff. 8/15/70
OSTHAUS, Carl Richard as Instr. in History at $9,400, eff. 8/15/70
RITTENBERG, Lawrence Saul as Asst. Prof. of Art at $10,300, eff. 8/15/70
SCHMIDT, Parbury Pollen as Asst. Prof. of Chemistry at $11,200, eff. 8/15/70 SCHULDENBERG, Virginia M. as Instr. in Education at $12,100, eff. 8/15/70
SHAPIRO, Harvey Alan as Instr. in Management at $11,000, eff. 8/15/70
SHERMAN, Rosalyn S. as Asst. Prof. of Philosophy at $11,200, eff. 8/15/70
WALLACE, William Donald as Asst. Prof. of Physics at $11,800, eff. 8/15/70

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Huff, it was unanimously voted to approve the Oakland University items.

Gifts and Grants

Gift of a 9' Baldwin grand piano valued at $4,500 .from Mr. Hal Reese of Waterford to be used in the Music Department.

Grants to be used for scholarship purposes as follows:

--$ 50 from Jay E. Jacobson, Pontiac for the Matilda R. Wilson Honor Scholarship Fund
--$100 from the Lathrup Village Woman's Club, Lathrup Village for existing loan fund.

$31,000  from the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Argonne, Illinois to be used under the direction of Clifford V. Harding in Biology to support study in cellular proliferation and regeneration following tissue damage.

$21,000  from the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Argonne, Illinois to be used under the direction of V. Everett Kinsey in Biology to study the ocular lens in relation to cataractogenesis.

$11,900  from the National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. to be used under the direction of Ronald A. De Vore in Mathematics, to examine the approximation of functions by means of positive linear operators.

$ 1,000  from Mr. & Mrs. Don E. Ahrens, Bloomfield Hills, to be used under the direction of Chancellor O'Dowd as a contribution to the Chancellor's Club.

$ 1,000 from the Chrysler Corporation Fund, Detroit, matching contribution from Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart S. Bright, to be used under the direction of Chancellor O'Dowd for the Chancellor's Club.

Grants to be used under the direction of John DeCarlo for Meadow Brook Theatre operating costs

--$200 from Jenny Laird, Pontiac
--$200 from William Needles, Pontiac

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Huff, it was unanimously voted to approve the Oakland University gifts and grants.

Adjourned at 1:25 p.m.

The June meetings of the Board will be held on the 18th and 19th. (p400)

 


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