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MINUTES OF THE MEETING
OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
June 20, 1969

The Board convened at Oakland University at 10:45 a.m. - Acting President Adams presiding.

It was recommended by Chancellor Varner that Oakland University be authorized to request approval by the State Board of Education for authorization of doctoral programs in engineering and science.

On motion by Mr. Huff, seconded by Mr. Stevens, it was voted to approve the above recommendation. Mr. White voted "No."

Resignations and Terminations:

AHMAD, Saghir, Asst. Prof. Soc. and Anthr.
effective
8/14/69
BUCHANAN, Louis M., Instr., English
"
8/14/69
CLARKE, Howard W., Prof. & Chrm. Classics
"
8/14/69
ELLIS, Helen M., Asst. Prof, Music
"
8/14/69
KOZLOWSKI, George A., Jr., Asst. Prof. Math
"
8/14/69
SPROTT, Richard L., Asst. Prof., Psychology
"
8/14/69

LEAVES - other

APPLETON, Sheldon L., Assoc. Prof., Polit. Sc. eff. 8/15/69 to 8/14/70 to become Vis. Prof. at Univ. of Hawaii
CHAO, Phoebe, Instr., English, eff. 8/15/69 to 8/14/70 to study at Harvard
SMITH, Harvey A., Assoc. Prof. Mathematics, eff. 8/15/69 to 8/14/70 to work in Executive office of President of United States
THOMAS, S. Bernard, Assoc. Prof. History, eff. 8/15/69 to 8/14/70 to study at Harvard

Transfers and changes in assignment

BRIEGER, Gottfried, Assoc. Prof., Chemistry, cancel Iv at half pay from 9/4/69 to 4/21/70
BRIEGER, Gottfried, Assoc. Prof. Chemistry, lv. at full pay, eff. 9/4/69 to 12/12/69
CHERNO, Melvin, Prof., History, add'l title of Chairman, New College, eff. 7/1/69
DAVIS, James E., Asst, Provost in office of Provost, eff. 7/1/69
JOHNSON, G. Philip, Prof. & Chrm. Mathematics, add'l title of Acting Dean Graduate Study eff. 7/1/69 to 12/31/69
KENT, Wilbur W., Jr. change from Asst. Prof. of Music & Assoc. Dean Perf. Arts to Assoc, Prof of Music and Assoc. Dean Perf. Arts, effective 7/1/69
LESSING, Alfred, Assoc. Prof. Philosophy, add'l title of Chairman, Charter College eff. 7/1/69
OBEAR, Frederick W., Assoc. Prof. Chemistry, change from Vice Provost to Acting Provost eff. 7/1/69 to 12/31/69
SMITH, Fred W., Asst. Prof., Teacher Ed.and Assoc. Dean of Students, eff. 6/30/69 to Asst. Prof. Arts & Sci and Assoc. Dean of Student Affairs, eff. 7/1/69
VANN, Carl, Assoc. Prof. Polit. Sci. add'l title Chairman Allport College, eff. 7/1/69 WATERS, Thomas F., change from Instr. in Soc. & Anthr at $10,000, eff, 8/14/69 to Instr. in Education at $12.000, eff. 8/15/69 (2/3 #12571, 1/3 #10911)

Appointments      
ALLVIN, Raynold. L., Assoc. Prof. of Music at
$14,000
eff.
8/15/69
BINGHAM, Jane Marie, Instr. in Teacher Ed,
$11,000
"
8/15/69
BRAND, Michael, Instr. in Mathematics eff.
$10,200
"
8/15/69
BROWNELL, Charles E., Instr. in Art
$ 9,200
"
8/15/69
CEPHALAS, Anthony P., Instr. in Bus. & Econ
$11,000
"
8/15/69
CHIPMAN, John Curtis, Instr. in Math.
$10,200
"
8/15/69
DANIELS, David W., Asst. Prof. of Music
$11,000
"
8/15/69
DONAHUE, Jane, Asst. Prof, of English
$9,800
"
8/15/69
DONALD, Robert L., Instr in English
$10,500
"
8/15/69
GENDELL, Julien, Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry
$11,000
"
8/15/69
HARMON, Kenneth M., Prof. of Chemistry
$14,500
"
8/15/69
HEEREN, Robert G., Asst, Prof. Engineering
$12,000
"
8/15/69 Acct, #21005
HUGHES, James W., Asst. Prof. of Education
$13,900
"
8/15/69
KOUCKY, Judith Ann, Instr. in History
$ 9,000
"
8/15/69
KEHOE, Kathleen Virginia, Instr. Mod, Lang
$ 7,000
"
8/15/69
MEDALIA, Nahum Z., Prof, of Soc, & Anthr
$17,500
"
8/15/69
MICHAUD, Paul M., Assoc. Prof, of History
$12,500
"
8/15/69 to 8/14/70
NORDSTROM, Lyle Elmer, Asst. Prof, Music
$ 9,000
"
8/15/69
RADCLIFFE, Leslie Sue, Instr. Mod, Lang-Lit
$ 9,700
"
8/15/69
TAKIFF, Steven J., Instr. Mathematics
$10,200
"
8/15/69
TEPLEY, Norman, Assoc. Prof. of Physics
$13,000
"
8/15/69
THORSON, Victoria Kay, Instr. in Art
$ 9,000
"
8/15/69
WEITZENFELD, Julian, Instr. Philosophy
$ 9,200
"
8/15/69
WENG, Tung H., Asst. Prof. of Engineering
$13,000
"
8/15/69 

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Promotions effective July 1, 1969

To Professor - Arts & Sciences

APPLETON, Sheldon L. Political Science
BROWN, Maurice English
HILDUM, Donald C. Psychology
MOELLER, Jack R. Modern Languages and Literatures
MITTRA, Siddheshwar Economics
TRUE, John E. Political Science
SEEBER, Norton C. Economics & Management

Education

COON, George E.
MORRISON, Virginia B.

ENGINEERING

HILL, J. Carroll

To Associate Professor - Arts & Sciences

BARTHEL, John W. Modern Languages & Literatures
BRYANT, William C. Modern Languages & Literatures
BUTTERWORTH, Francis M. Biology
CASSTEVENS, Thomas W. Political Science
COFFMAN, Kenneth H, Psychology
HOYLE, James F. English
IODICE, Don R. Modern Languages and Literatures
MORSE, Donald E English
STURNER, William E. Political Science
UNAKAR, Nalin J. Biology

Engineering

WEDEKIND, Gilbert L.

To Assistant Professor - Arts & Sciences

DOVARAS, John N. Music
GERULAITIS, Renate S. Modern Languages & Literatures

Gifts and Grants

Gift of 3 paintings--blue abstract valued at $200, "Dancer" valued at $100, "Seated Woman" valued at $50--4 sculptured pieces--"Cat" valued at $125, and 3 others valued at$40 each from Dr. Leonard Stern of Detroit for Hamlin Hall.

Grant of $100 from the Lathrup Village Woman's Club for the Lathrup Village Woman's Club Loan Fund account.

Grant of $50 from the Senior Class Council of 1969 of Oakland University to establish the James C. Mangrum Loan Fund, preference to be given to disabled students.

Grants as follows to be used for scholarship purposes:

For account #26727:

$ 300 from Consumers Power Company of Pontiac
$1000 from The Greater Detroit Chevrolet Dealers Assoc. of Detroit.
$ 50 from Oakland University Women's Club of Rochester
$ 100 from Mrs. Paul Tomboulian of Rochester

For account #26731:

$ 100 from the National Merit Scholarship Corp, sponsored by Shell Companies Foundation
$ 100 from the National Merit Scholarship Corp, sponsored by Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc. $1000 from Mrs. William Burgum of Birmingham for the Mary Fogarty Anibal Memorial Trust Fund

Grant of $31,000 from the Atomic Energy Commission of Argonne, Illinois, to be used under the direction of C. V. Harding in Biology for research on cellular proliferation and regeneration following tissue damage.

Grant of $35,000 from the National Science Foundation to be used under the direction of F.M. Butterworth in Biology for a study of hormonal and genetic control of the development of larval tissue of drosophila melanogaster.

Two grants totaling, $84,347 from the National Institutes of Health of Bethesda, Maryland to be used under the direction of Everett Kinsey in Biology for a study of intraocular fluid dynamics.

Grant of $6,200 from Research Corporation of New York City to be used under the direction of J. W. Russell in Chemistry for the building of a vacuum chamber for a far infrared Connes interferameter; and provide an undergraduate scholarship.

Grant of $29,250 from the United States Office of Education to be used under the direction of S. B. Thomas in History to continue development of the language and area center for the Far East.

Grant of $61,731 from the National Institutes of Health to be used under the direction of D. V. Reddy in the Institute of Biological Science to provide new knowledge of the mechanisms of transport of various substances across intraocular barriers.   (p.364)

Grant of $8,150 from the Music Education Fund of Chicago to be used under the direction of W. W. Kent in Performing Arts for fees for performers during the Meadow Brook Summer School of Music.

Grant of $80,418 from the Office of Economic Opportunity of Washington to be used under the direction of Manuel Pierson in the Upward Bound Program for the pre-college preparatory program to aid disadvantaged youth.

Grant of $225 from The William G. Shaw Charitable Trust of Southfield to be used under the direction of Chancellor Varner. This trust is established by William G. Shaw with Stewart Kerr of Grosse Pointe Park as Trustee and Oakland University to be the beneficiary for the net income. New income is to be remitted quarterly until the termination of the Trust on December 31, 1983.

Grants as follows for the Discretionary Gift Account 35962:

a. $900 from Delos Hamlin of Pontiac
b. $10,000 from the Matilda R. Wilson Fund of Detroit

Grant of $500 from Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Wieting of Bloomfield Hills for the Chancellor's Club account 92201.

Grants as follows to be used under the direction of Chancellor Varner for support of the Meadow Brook Music Festival, account 42531:

$ 100 from Active Tool and Manufacturing Company of Detroit
$ 50 from Ajax Bolt & Screw Company of Detroit
$ 100 from Mrs. Sidney J. Allen of Southfield
$ 100 from American Steel Corporation of Southfield
$ 25 from Anchor Steel & Conveyor Company of Dearborn
$ 25 from The Argyle Shop of Birmingham
$ 250 from Automotive Spring Corporation of Detroit
$ 100 from B & L Rubber & Plastics, Inc., of Warren
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baldwin of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100 from F. W. Bankerd of Detroit
$ 50 from Bennett Equipment Corporation of Detroit
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bird of South Birmingham
$ 25 from Birmingham Plastics of Troy
$ 20 from Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bogle of Grosse Pointe Farms
$ 500 from Bohn Aluminum and Brass Company of Detroit
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Bredeson of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100-from Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Bridenstine of Detroit
$ 20 from James E. Brook of Detroit
$ 500 from D. P. Brother & Company of Detroit
$ 100 from L. B . Bornhauser of Bloomfield Hills
$ 25 from an anonymous donor
$ 25 from Brown Star Products, Inc., of Detroit
$ 500 from Bundy Foundation of Detroit
$ 2,500 from Burroughs Corporation of Detroit
$ 1,000 from The Campbell-Ewald Foundation of Detroit
$ 250 from Celanese Coatings Company of Detroit
$ 100 from Centri-Spray Corporation of Livonia
$ 20 from Mr. and Mrs. John H. Christensen of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Clark of Grosse Pointe Farms
$ 100 from Copper & Brass Sales, Inc., of East Detroit
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Colbert of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100 from Mrs. Abraham Cooper of Detroit
$ 100 from Commercial Contracting Corporation of Troy
$ 750 from the Community National Bank of Pontiac
$ 50 from Cook Paint and Varnish Company of Detroit
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Cosner of Birmingham
$ 50 from Crowley Milner & Company of Detroit
$ 100 from Cunningham Drug Stores, Inc., of Detroit
$ 100 from D-M-E Corporation of Madison Heights
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Daniels of Detroit
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Darragh of Bloomfield Hills
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. DeLorenzo of Birmingham
$ 200 from Mrs. Albert H. deSalle of Birmingham
$ 2,500 from The Detroit Edison Company of Detroit
$ 100 from The Detroit Free Press of Detroit
$ 25 from Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc., Division of Inland Steel Company, of East Detroit
$ 100 from Frank W. Donovan of Detroit
$ 500 from Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc. of Southfield
$ 50 from Edgar Corporation of Ferndale
$ 100 from Empire Steel Products Company of Hazel Park
$ 500 from Essex International, Inc., of Fort Wayne, Indiana
$ 50 from Feblo, Inc., of Livonia
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Walter L L. Field of Detroit
$ 400 from The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company of Allen Park     (p. 365)
$ 10 from Louis H. Fisher of Southfield
$ 100 from The Fisher-New Center Company of Detroit
$ 250 from Fitzsimons Manufacturing Company of East Detroit
$ 100 from Ford & Earl Desing Associates, Inc, of Warren
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Frenkel of Huntington Woods
$ 100 from Fruehauf-Fischbach Automation of Vernon, California
$ 100 from Mrs. Walter Gehrke of Birmingham
$ 10,000 from General Motors Corporation of Detroit
$ 25 from Mrs. Fred A. Ginsburg of Southfield
$ 300 from The B. F. Goodrich Fund, Inc., of Allen Park
$ 350 from The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Detroit
$ 100 from Great Scott Super Markets, Inc., of Ferndale
$ 10 from W. E. Grimm of Royal Oak
$ 50 from Gulf & Western Automotive Sales Office of Southfield
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Delos Hamlin of Farmington
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. David Handleman of Detroit
$ 250 from Hardware Spring Corporation of Detroit
$ 100 from Hayes-Albion Corporation of Jackson
$ 125 from Mr. and Mrs. Pierre V. Heftler of Grosse Pointe
$ 10 from Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hepner of Birmingham
$ 100 from George P. Hooper Company of Grosse Pointe Woods
$ 450 from Interchemical Foundation, Inc., of Southfield
$ 100 from F. L. Jacobs Company of Southfield
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kasle of Detroit
$ 2,500 from Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Katke of Bloomfield Hills
$ 500 from Kelsey-Hayes Company of Romulus
$ 100 from The Kent-Moree Foundation of Grosse Pointe Shores
$ 25 from Joseph F. Kerigan of Birmingham
$ 100 from Denton Kunze of Royal Oak
$ 25 from Laundry & Linen Drivers Union Local No. 285 of Detroit.
$ 250 from Lear Siegler, Inc., Fabricated Products Group, of Detroit
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Norman Liebert of Farmington
$ 10 from Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Litwak of Oak Park
$ 100 from William K. Lomason of Detroit
$ 25 from A. Loofbourrow of Bloomfield Hills
$ 250 from The E. F. MacDonald Travel Company of Southfield
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. George W. Malone of Birmingham
$ 100 from Mrs. Andrew L. Malott of Grosse Pointe Shores
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Manuel of Bloomfield Hills
$ 1,500 from Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit
$ 200 from Marathon Oil Company of Detroit
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Marcuse of Detroit
$ 300 from Massey-Ferguson, Inc. of Detroit
$ 350 from McCord Corporation of Detroit
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. McMath of Birmingham
$ 25 from Robert D. Meek of Lathrup Village
$ 50 from Dr. and Mrs. Hyman S. Mellen of Southfield
$ 100 from Michigan Abrasive Company of Detroit
$ 2,000 from Michigan Bell Telephone Company of Detroit
$ 50 from Michigan Mutual Liability Company of Detroit
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. William L. Mitchell of Bloomfield Hills
$ 50 from Mobile Oil Company of Southfield
$ 200 from Montgomery Ward of Southfield
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. John T. Moren of Birmingham
$ 100 from The Motch & Merryweather Machinery Company of Southfield
$ 25 from Mrs. Robert Newman of Detroit
$100 from Northland Industrial Plastics Company of Troy
$ 150 from F. Osann, Jr., of Birmingham
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Max Osnos of Detroit
$ 100 from PPG Industries Foundation of Southfield
$ 50 from Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Perkins, Jr., of Bloomfield Hills
$ 25 from Pioneer Engineering & Manufacturing Company of Warren
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Prill of Detroit
$ 100 from Production Steel Strip Corporation of Detroit
$ 75 from Mr. and Mrs. John Pusateri of Farmington
$ 50 from Richardson Aviation, Inc., of Birmingham
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson of Birmingham
$ 100 from Rohm and Haas Company of Southfield
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rose of Detroit
$ 20 from an anonymous donor
$ 100 from Sears, Roebuck & Company of Troy
$ 25 from Service Office Supply Company of Detroit
$ 100 from William E. Shutt of Detroit
$ 10 from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Sims of Birmingham
$ 100 from and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sott of Bloomfield Hills
$ 50 from Albert Spina of Warren
$ 350 from Standard Oil (Indiana) Foundation, Inc., of Detroit
$ 100 from Sundberg-Ferar, Inc., of Southfield
$ 10 from Mr. and Mrs. Amson C. Tabor of Huntington Woods    (p. 366)
$ 10 from George W. Talburtt of Birmingham
$ 200 from Howard J. Thomsen, Hardware Spring of Detroit
$ 400 from The Timken Roller Bearing Company of Detroit
$ 50 from The R. J. Tower Iron Works, Inc., of Greenville
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Emmet E. Tracy of Grosse Pointe Farms
$ 100 from The Udylite Corporation of Warren
$ 100 from Valley Die Cast Corporation of Detroit
$ 50 from Robert Vander Kloot of Detroit
$ 100 from Velvet Food Products, Inc., of Livonia
$ 25 from Wagner Electric of Michigan, Inc., of Dearborn
$ 150 from Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wainger of Detroit
$ 100 from Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Warner of Bloomfield Hills
$ 10 from Leonard H. Weiner of Detroit
$ 50 from Glen E. White of Birmingham
$ 200 from J. H. Wilson, Jr., of Detroit
$ 100 from The Leon & Josephine Winkelman Foundation of Detroit
$ 150 from Winkelman Stores, Inc., of Detroit
$ 10 from Mrs. Julian G. Wolfner of Detroit
$ 125 from Woodall Industries Foundation, Inc., of Detroit
$ 25 from Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Zemon of Detroit

C. MISCELLANEOUS

1. Recommendation that the name of the Department of Biology be changed to the Department of Biological Sciences, effective July 1, 1969.

On motion by Mr. Merriman, seconded by Dr. Martin, it was voted to approve the Oakland University items.

Adjourned at 12:25 p.m.

The next meeting of the Trustees will be held on July 18, 1969.   (p.367)

 


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