UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
January 7-8, 1907
Volume OC - Pages 440-443
January 7, 1907
Meeting of the Board of Regents was held in their Office at 10
o'clock A.M., Monday, January 7, 1907, the full Board and Presi-
dent of the University present.
Minutes of December 15, 1906 read and approved.
Motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, that the
young ladies' names submitted by the President as follows:
Bachelor of Arts: Florence Theresa Blake
Bachelor of Arts: Mabel Frances Snapp
Normal Diploma : Hazel Chandler Marsh
Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, the change in organ-
ization of the faculty was substituted as follows:
The College Faculties.
(a) The College of the University shall be as follows:
1. The College of Arts & Science
2. The College of Agriculture & Domestic Science
3. The College of Engineering
4. The State Normal School
5. The High School
(b) The faculties of the several Colleges in the University
shall consist of the Professors, Associate Professors,
Assistant Professors and Instructors in the several
Departments, but only those members who are members of
the Academic Council shall have the right to vote.
(c) Every Department in the University or College shall be
in charge of a Professor, or in some cases in charge of
an Associate Professor or an Assistant Professor.
(d) The Head of every Deprtment shall on the final day of
November, 1906 and every two years thereafter, make an
estimate of the financial needs of his Department for
two years and report same to the President.
The Head of every Department shall have direction of the
work of instruction in the Department and of the internal
administration of the Department, subject only to such
control as is vested in the Academic Council, the Presi-
dent of the University and in the Board of Regents.
No further business appearing, the Board adjourned sine die.
Oscar J. Smith
Geo. H. Taylor
The new members of the Board of Regents met at their Office in
Morrill Hall at 11:15 A.M., Monday, January 7, 1907. Present,
Oscar J. Smith, John Sunderland, Jr. and Charles R. Lewers. Ab-
sent, J. E. Souchereau and C. B. Henderson.
The Board organized as follows. Upon motion of Regent Lewers,
seconded by Regent Sunderland, Mr. Oscar J. Smith was elected
Chairman of the Board, and Geo. H. Taylor, Clerk.
Regent Lewers moved, seconded by Regent Sunderland, a vote of
thanks commending the worth of the retiring members of the Board,
Hon. W. W. Booher and Hon. H. S. Starrett.
Upon motion of Regent Sunderland, seconded by Regent Lewers, a
special note of thanks was tendered to Hon. W. W. Booher for his
interest and work in connection with the Lincoln County Experi-
President Stubbs recommended that the salaries of the following
Professors and Instructors be placed as follows, to take effect
January 1, 1907,
Ralph S. Minor $150 per month
J. G. Scrugham 150 per month
Thomas W. Freeman 80 per month
to be paid from the Agricultural & Mechanical College Fund. Miss
Kate Lewers $50 per month from the State Contingent Fund and $25
per month from the Hatch Fund Experiment Station.
Upon motion of Regent Sunderland, the recommendation of President
Stubbs relating to salaries was approved, all members voting ex-
cept in the case of Katherine Lewers, when Regent Lewers did not
Upon motion of Regent Lewers, seconded by Regent Sunderland, the
Chairman of the Board was authorized to grant the President a
leave of absence in January or February to go east in the inter-
est of the University.
No further business, the Board adjourned to meet at the call of
Oscar J. Smith
Geo. H. Taylor