Kresge Library

MINUTES OF THE MEETING
of the
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
July 19, 1962

In connection with the Pryale Foundation gift to Michigan State University-Oakland, Mr. May reports that on July 2 he delivered bonds No. 7 and 8 in the amount of $25,000 each to the Pryale Foundation. The Foundation has in turn signed a second agreement irrevocably transferring these bonds to the University upon the death of Mr. and Mrs. Pryale.

Termination of Pauline Mahar as Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology effective August 14, 1962.

Leave for Robert J. Wisner as Associate Professor of Mathematics effective September 1, 1962 to August 31, 1963.

Appointment of Donald G. Malm as Assistant Professor of Mathematics at $8500 effective August 15, 1962.

Appointment of Arnold Seiken as Assistant Professor of Mathematics at $7200 effective August 15, 1962.

Appointment of Paul A. Tipler as Assistant Professor of Physics at $7500 effective August 15, 1962.

Appointment of Theodore L. Becker as Assistant Professor of Political Science at $7000 effective August 15, 1962.

Appointment of Harvey Burdick as Associate Professor of Psychology at $8400 effective August 15, 1962.

Change Laszlo J. Hetenyi, Professor of Teacher Education, from a salary of $10,800 per year on a 10-month basis to a salary of $13,500 per year on a 12-month basis, effective September 1, 1962.

Change Robert W. Holmes from Assistant Professor of Music at a salary of $7600 per year on a 10-month basis to Assistant Dean of Students and Assistant Professor of Music and Musicology at a salary of $10,000 per year on a 12-month basis, effective September 1, 1962, paid 73.3% from 91-9261 and 26.7% from 91-9131.

Recommendation that the salary of Beauregard Stubblefield, Associate Professor of Mathematics, be paid as follows:

$831.82 per month from July 1 to August 31, 1962
$10,400 per year on a 12-month basis, effective September 1, 1962

Personnel action:

For Admissions and Registrars Office:
     Establish a Clerk I position
     Establish an Assistant Registrar AP-V position
For the Director of Business Affairs:
     Establish two Accounting Clerk III positions
     Establish a Director of Public Safety AP-V position
For the Division of Social Sciences:
     Establish an Assistant to the Director of Teacher Education AP-V position
     Change a Typist-Dictaphone Operator III from a 10-month to a 12-month position
      Reclassify a Departmental Secretary V to a Senior Departmental Secretary VII position
For the Division of Humanities:
     Reclassify a Departmental Secretary V to a Senior Departmental Secretary VII position
     Establish a Typist-Dictaphone Operator III position
Reclassify a Head Nurse VII to a Head Nurse VIII position in the Dean of Students office
Establish a Departmental Secretary V position in the Placement Office
Reclassify a Departmental Secretary V to a Senior Departmental Secretary VII position in the Library
Reclassify a Senior Clerk-Stenographer V to an Office Assistant (Purchasing), VIII position in Purchasing
For the Division of Physical Sciences:
     Establish an Electronics Engineer AP-IV position
     Reclassify a Departmental Secretary V to a Senior Departmental Secretary VII position
Reclassify a Senior Clerk-Stenographer V to an Office Supervisor VI position in (p.119) University services
Establish a Director of Development AP-VIII position.

The following low bids were received for utility extensions to the Intramural Building at Michigan State University-Oakland, as follows:

  Electrical - Cates Electric Co.
   $38,948
  Mechanical - Eames & Brown, Inc.
63,400

Although the low bids exceed the funds budgeted for this purpose, it appears from conferences with the low bidders that some changes can be made in the scope of the work which will reduce their price by approximately $11,000 to bring the contracts within the budget limits. It is recommended that contracts be awarded the low bidders with the understanding that before the contracts are signed the necessary adjustments will be made to reduce the cost to the budget.

The following low bids were received for site improvement work:

  Kebbe Contracting
$58,930.90
  R. A. Cousino, Inc.
23,812.75
  Schultz Electrical Co.
14,616.00
   
$97,359.65

Funds for the above work have been reserved in the building budgets of the dormitories, science, library, and intramural buildings.

On motion by Mr. Huff, seconded by Mr. Merriman, it was voted to approve the above item.

Revised fee structure:

It is recommended that the following fee structure be approved effective for the fall of 1962:

   
Michigan Residents
Out-of-State Residents
       
  12 or more credits
$162
$435
   8 credits
108
276
   4 credits
 71
183

Gifts for the scholarship fund:

$1000 from the Village Woman's Club of Birmingham
$285 from The Exchange Club of Brooklands of Rochester
$280 from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Norvell of Pontiac
$500 from the R. C. Mahon Foundation of Detroit
$100 from Beta Sigma Phi
$300 from Victor M. Zink of Rochester
$200 from the Utica Community Schools Gifts and grants:

Gifts and grants:

Grant of $1,785 from the National Science Foundation of Washington, D. C., to be used under the direction of Paul Tomboulian in Chemistry for support of an undergraduate science education program.

Grant of $505 from Irwin I. Cohn of Detroit to be used under the direction of David Wilder in the Library to establish the Sebastian Kresge Book Fund.

Grant of $25 from Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Chambers of Bloomfield Hills to be credited to the Sebastian Kresge Book Fund.

Grants as follows to be used under the direction of George Matthews in Humanities for the MSU-0 Arts Symposium:

  Robert J. Colombo
$25
  Franklin Mortgage Corporation
$100
  Frederick Colombo
25
  Budget Credits, Inc.
250
  Harry Sanders
25
  Allied Supermarkets, Inc.
250
  George D. Seyburn
50
  National Coal & Coke Co.
50
  Henry Pariser
50
  Hanley Dawson Chevrolet, Inc.
100
  Samuel Hechtman
25
  Louis J. Colombo, Jr.
100
  Sidney Wigler
25
  Anthony A. Vermeulen
25
  Roman Cleanser Co.
200
  Mary Kreolach
25

Grants to be deposited to the Discretionary Gift Fund, as follows:

$125 from Chancellor Varner
$50 from the School District of Troy. This was an honorarium to Chancellor Varner for his commencement speech.

On motion by Mr. Merriman, seconded by Mr. Huff, it was voted to approve all the Michigan State University-Oakland items upon which action does not already appear.

Budget for 1962-63. (p. 120)

 


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