02/11/1967

 

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
February 11-12, 1967








02-11-1967

Pages 31-60

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

February 11, 1967





The Board of Regents met in regular session in the Jot Travis

Student Union building, Reno Campus, on Saturday, February 11,

1967. Present were Regents Anderson, Hug, Jacobsen, Lombardi,

Magee, Ronzone, Seeliger and White; President Armstrong, Vice

Presidents Humphrey and Mordy, Chancellors Miller and Moyer,

and Mr. Edward Pine. Representatives of the Press were Mr.

Sewell, Mr. Harlan, Mrs. La Plante, Mr. Melton and Mr. Laxalt.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 9:20 A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meetings



Upon motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, the

Board approved the minutes of the meetings of January 11,

1967 and January 17, 1967 as distributed.



2. Suit to Reapportion the Board of Regents



Dr. Anderson informed the Board of inquiry from the office

of the Attorney General as to whether that office would be

requested to represent the Board in a suit now pending to

reapportion the Board. Upon motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded

by Mr. Jacobsen, the Board voted unanimously to request the

Attorney General's office to represent the Board of Regents

in this action. The Board also agreed that consultation

with the Attorney General would be in order to determine

what action, if any, would be necessary or desirable regard-

ing Senate Bill 136 which proposes reapportionment by the

Legislature of the Board of Regents.



3. Dr. Anderson reviewed for the Board the action requested by

the University and subsequently taken by the State Legisla-

ture to enact three pieces of legislation which permitted

the University to apply for certain Federal funds toward

the construction of the Physical Science building, Reno

Campus. Dr. Anderson stated since this was an outstanding

example of cooperation between the two bodies, he would rec-

ommend the following statement be adopted by the Board of

Regents expressing its appreciation to the State Legisla-

ture:



"The Board of Regents wishes to acknowledge the tremendous

cooperation and assistance given the University by the

Governor, Legislature, Secretary of State and the staff of

the Legislature in enactment of legislation approving the

Physical Science building. The Board wants to thank all

those responsible for the extraordinary consideration given

to the University in the solution of this problem".



Mr. Jacobsen moved and Dr. White seconded that such action

be taken. The Board also expressed appreciation and commen-

dation to Vice President Neil D. Humphrey for his efforts on

behalf of the University Administration.



4. Nevada Southern University Land Development Foundation



Dr. Anderson noted that the NSU Land Development Foundation

was now functioning and listed the following members as

Trustees:



Mr. E. Parry Thomas

Mr. Herbert Grier

Mr. James R. Crockett

Mr. James Cashman

Mr. Jerone Mack

Mr. J. Kell Houssels, Jr.

Regent Juanita White

Regent Archie C. Grant

Regent R. J. Ronzone

Regent Harold Jacobsen

Regent Procter Hug, Jr.



Dr. Anderson also reviewed for the Board the extensive

amount of work on the part of Regent Procter Hug, Jr. in

preparing the Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws

for the Foundation and the leadership and stimulation

provided by Chancellor Moyer in the establishment of the

Foundation.



Upon motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, it was

unanimously voted that immediate action be undertaken to

establish a similar foundation for the Reno Campus.



5. Mrs. Magee reported on the arrangements which are now in

progress for a Field Day at the Central Nevada Field

Laboratory on July 29. The Board was invited to attend this

Field Day being sponsored by the College of Agriculture and

a luncheon to be co-hosted by the College and Regent Magee.



6. Report of the Investment Committee Meeting of January 19,

1967



Dr. Lombardi presented the following minutes of the Invest-

ment Committee meeting of the above date:



The Committee met at 12:00 noon in the Hardy Room, Jot

Travis Student Union. Present were Public Member Mr.

Julius Bergen, Board Member Procter Hug, Jr. Also pres-

ent was Vice President Finance Neil Humphrey. Represent-

ing First National Bank of Nevada were Mr. R. O. Kwapil,

Vice President and Senior Trust Officer, and Mr. Leo

Winegar, Trust Officer.



In the absence of Chairman Lombardi, Regent Hug presided.



Mr. Winegar had, on January 12, 1967, distributed a current

portfolio review, a market performance report on stocks

purchased as a result of the October, 1966 meeting and

comments preparatory to a recommendation. At this meeting

Mr. Kwapil and Mr. Winegar presented the following

recommendations:



1. Sell 500,000 of U. S. Treasury Bills.



2. Sell 1,000 shares (entire holding) of Montgomery Ward

Company.



3. Invest the proceeds as follows:



A. $100,000 A. C. F. Industries Equipment Trust Certif-

icates due 4-15-82 estimated yield 5 3/8%.



B. $100,000 Export-Import Bonds (U. S. Goverment guar-

anteed) due 2-20-80 estimated yield 5 1/8%.



C. Common Stocks as follows:



Shares Stock Per Share Total



200 Union Carbide 55 $11,000

200 Weyerhauser 36 7,200

500 Bank of America 58 29,000

500 Deere & Co. 71 35,500

500 Honeywell, Inc. 70 35,000

500 Interntl. Tel & Tel 80 40,000

500 Lincoln Ntl. Life Ins. 70 35,000

600 P. R. Mallory 56 33,600

500 Procter & Gamble 77 38,500

1,000 Rayette-Faberge 34 34,000

$298,800



The Committee accepted the recommendation except that the

purchase of 100 shares of International Business Machines

was substituted for the 1,000 shares of Rayette-Faberge.



It was agreed that Regent Lombardi would be contacted and

if he agreed with this action the sales and purchases

would be made. (Dr. Lombardi was subsequently contacted

by Mr. Kwapil and he concurred).



Meeting adjourned at 1:50 P.M.



No date was specified for the next meeting.



Respectfully submitted,



Neil D. Humphrey



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissenting vote that the Board concur in the ac-

tions of the Investment Committee as reported in the above

minutes.



Dr. Lombardi announced the resignation recently submitted

by Mr. E. L. Cord and expressed regret that Mr. Cord's

services would no longer be available to the Investment

Advisory Committee. Dr. Lombardi moved, and Mrs. Magee

seconded, that a resolution be prepared to be transmitted

to Mr. Cord, expressing the Regents' appreciation for

his service to the University in this capacity.



7. Report of the Administrative and Personnel Committee Meeting

of February 10, 1967



Mrs. Magee presented the following minutes of the Adminis-

trative and Personnel Committee:



1. Nevada Advisory Committee for Higher Education Planning



Upon motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. White, the

Committee voted to recommend that a Nevada Advisory

Committee for Higher Education Planning be created. The

Committee as proposed would consist of 15 persons to be

selected as follows:



a. Two members of the Board of Regents of the Univer-

sity of Nevada

b. Four Legislators appointed by the Legislative

Commission

c. One member of Board of Trustees of Carson College

d. Eight members appointed by the Governor, in consul-

tation with the Nevada State Commission, from the

general public at large



The Chairman of the Advisory Committee should be

appointed by the Governor from among this group.



The Committee as proposed would serve in an advisory

capacity to the Nevada State Commission and its reports

and recommendations would be transmitted to the Gover-

nor, the Legislature, the University of Nevada, Carson

College and would be made public.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissenting vote that the recommendation of the

Committee be approved by the Board and the Administration

instructed to proceed in creating this Committee. It was

suggested that particular care be taken to insure that

Physical Plant areas be represented on the Committee. Dr.

Anderson also suggested that it would perhaps be timely

at the next meeting to suggest particular items for dis-

cussion by the Nevada Advisory Committee.



2. Computer Proposal - Reno Campus



The Committee was advised of the approaching date at

which time the computer facilities on the Reno Campus

would reach its capacity. Two alternatives were sug-

gested for the relief of the situation.



Upon motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. White, the

Committee recommended that the matter be referred back

to the Administration for further review, with the ex-

pectation that a recommendation would be forthcoming

at the next meeting of the Board.



The recommendation of the Committee was noted by the Board.



3. Proposed 2-Year Medical School, Reno Campus



Mr. Hug moved and Mr. Jacobsen seconded, that both

immediate and long range plans be instituted to provide

for the development of a Health Sciences Center assoc-

iated with the University of Nevada in Reno and in

conjunction with Washoe Medical Center and other health

facilities in the area. The planning and development

is to include Staff and Facilities for what will

initially be an Animal Research building and a two-year

school of Basic Medical Sciences. Planning and develop-

ment of these shall proceed as soon as financially and

otherwise feasible with the goal of admission of the

the first class to Medical School in approximately the

Fall of 1971 or 1972. The Administration is hereby

instructed to proceed with the development of Staff and

Facilities as soon as feasible.



There is here re-confirmed the formal commitment of a

sum up to $300,000 of non-appropriated fund to match a

like amount by the Trustees of Washoe Medical Center,

the total to be used, together with Federal matching

funds, for the development of a new Teaching-Research

Facility for Environmental Patho-Physiology, including

Animal Research as set forth by the College of Agricul-

ture of the University, in new construction presently

contemplated by Washoe Medical Center. The Board des-

ignates this sum to be drawn from proceeds of the sale

of certain portions of the Agriculture Experiment Sta-

tion Farm on Valley Road now being used for research

presently being sought by the State Highway Department

for construction of Interstate Highway #80.



The Board also directs the University Administration to

seek appropriate action in the 1967 Nevada State Legis-

lature indicating legislative concurrence with such

long-range planning, even though no State appropriation

for a Medical Facility is being requested at this time,

but rather because an expression of legislative intent

to support such a facility in the future is necessary

to secure financial support for new medically-related

teaching and research facilities from private founda-

tions and Federal sources.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

with Regents Ronzone and White abstaining, that the recom-

mendation of the Committee be approved by the Board. Regent

Hug suggested an expression of thanks be extended to the

many people involved in the development of this proposal,

naming in particular Regents Anderson and Lombardi, Chan-

cellor Miller, Dr. George T. Smith and Dean Dale Bohmont,

together with a large portion of the Washoe Medical Center

staff and the member of the Medical Profession in the

Northern Nevada area.



8. Bid Opening, University of Nevada Dormitory Revenue

Certificates of 1965 (NSU Dormitory)



Mr. Humphrey stated that the revenue certificates had been

advertised for sale and the only bid received was one for

3% from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Mr. Humphrey recommended its acceptance and adoption of the

following resolution:



RESOLUTION #67-2



Concerning the issuance by the Board of Regents of

the University of Nevada of the University's obliga-

tion designated as the "University of Nevada Dormi-

tory Revenue Certificate of 1965", in the principal

amount of $637,000, for the purpose of acquiring

for the University additional Dormitory facilities

at Nevada Southern University; accepting the best

(and only) bid for the purchase of the certificate;

authorizing the issuance of a single certificate in

the principal amount of $637,000; designating the

purchaser thereof, fixing the price to be paid there-

fore, providing the interest rate the principal of

the single certificate shall bear, and providing

other details concerning said certificate and said

facilities; ratifying action heretofore taken toward

acquiring said facilities and issuing said certificate;

and repealing all resolutions in conflict herewith.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

by roll call vote that the bid of HUD be accepted and the

above resolution be adopted by the Board.



9. Resolution #67-3 Concerning Student Fee Revenue Certificates

for NSU Student Union Building



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

by roll call that the following resolution authorizing the

issuance of Student Fee Revenue Certificates for NSU Student

Union be adopted:



RESOLUTION #67-3



Authorizing the issuance by the Board of Regents of

the University of Nevada of the University's obliga-

tions designated as the "University of Nevada Student

Fees Revenue Certificates", series January 1, 1967,

in the principal amount of $1,500,000, for the purpose

of acquiring for the University a Student Activities

building designated as a Student Union building for

Nevada Southern University; providing the form, terms

and conditions of the certificates, the manner of their

execution, the method of their payment and the security

therefore; providing for the disposition of revenues

derived from fees, rentals and other charges from

students using or being served by, or having the right

to use or to be served by, such Student Union building

facilities and from other facilities of the University;

prescribing other details concerning said certificates

and said facilities, including but not limited to,

convenants and agreements in connection therewith;

ratifying action heretofore taken toward acquiring

such building facilities and issuing said certificates;

and repealing all resolutions in conflict herewith.



Regent Jacobsen assumed the Chair at the request of Chairman

Anderson.



10. Right of Way Easements of Nevada Southern University



Mr. Pine explained that the Nevada Power Company has

requested two easements at NSU, as follows:



a. An area 23' by 41' near the Science-Technology building

for a transformer station; and



b. An area 10' by 30' for a guy wire and 10' x 78' for

lines serving the substation.



Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

with no dissenting vote that easement be granted subject to

the concurrence of Chancellor Moyer as to exact location.



11. Award of Contract for Hot Water Heating System at the Valley

Road Greenhouse



Mr. Pine reviewed the bidding procedure on above contract

and indicated that a low bid had been received from Barkman

Plumbing in the amount of $3,720.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried by roll

call vote that the bid of Barkman Plumbing be accepted in

amount of $3,720 and that a contract be drawn to accomplish

the work.



12. Award of Contract for Well Installation, Main Station Farm,

Boynton Lane



Mr. Pine reviewed the bidding procedure on above contract

and indicated that the only bid received was from Reno Pump

and Supply in the amount of $3,438.97. This bid is in line

with the estimate prepared by the Department of Physical

Plant and funds are available in Account No. 1-91-3018-881,

Experiment Station Research Facilities.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried by

roll call vote that the bid of Reno Pump and Supply in the

amount of $3,438.97 be accepted and the contract drawn to

accomplish the work.



13. Award of Contract for Installation of an Oil Lubricated Deep

Well Pump at Well No. 2, NSU



Mr. Pine reviewed the bidding procedure on above contract

and indicated that the only bid received was from Phelps

Pump and Equipment Company in amount of $17,647.40. This

bid is within the estimate prepared by the Department of

Physical Plant and funds are available.



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried by

roll call vote that the bid of Phelps Pump and Equipment

Company in the amount of $17,647.40 be accepted and the

contract drawn to accomplish the work.



14. Award of Contract for Installation of Underground 6"

Domestic Water Piping, Nevada Southern University



Mr. Pine reviewed the bidding procedure on above contract

and indicated that a low bid had been received from Tab

Construction, Inc. in the amount of $2,892. This bid is

within the estimate prepared by the Physical Plant Depart-

ment and funds are available.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried by roll

call vote that the bid of Tab Construction, Inc., in the

amount of $2,892 be accepted and a contract drawn to

accomplish the work.



15. Radiological Health Laboratory Greenhouse



Mr. Pine explained that the Public Health Service, U. S.

Department of Health, Education and Welfare, has submitted

a plan for a greenhouse. The roof structure proposed is not

in conformity with the existing structures of the Radiolog-

ical Complex. Mr. Pine recommended that the plans presented

be approved provided the roof design be altered to resemble

existing roof lines, and that the Public Health Service be

notified that to be acceptable, the roof, except for the

glass area, should be flat with a parapet wall in order to

conform to present structures and should be of the appro-

priate height as existing structures.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried without

dissenting vote that Mr. Pine's recommendation be approved.



16. Zoning on North Sierra Street, Reno



Mr. Humphrey recalled for the Board the appearance at the

last meeting of the Plant and Property Committee by Mr. John

Speth and Mrs. F. W. Meng, owners, of University concurrence

in zoning their property for service station use. Their

property is now zoned R-3 and R-5. (The policy of the Board

of Regents has consistently been to oppose commercial zoning

near the Campus, except that on May, 1965 the Board voted to

support the creation of a new modified commercial zoning for

the area east of North Virginia to Evans and south of East

Ninth to the freeway. Regional Planning Commission did not

adopt the proposed modified C-2 zoning; however, they did

change C-1 to allow motels with a special use permit).



Mr. Humphrey informed the Board of a recently adopted

"General Plan for Development of the City of Reno, Nevada"

which will serve as a guide for future zoning changes.

This plan provides for commercial zoning on the east side

of North Sierra Street, north of the freeway to the middle

of the block between 10th and 11th Streets. If this is

C-1a zoning and the "General Plan" is followed with no

commercial zoning allowed north of the middle of the block

between 10th and 11th Streets, Mr. Humphrey recommended the

University not oppose C-1a zoning on the west side of North

Sierra in the same area. Mr. Humphrey pointed out that when

zoning changes are granted in the area, the property owner

will be required to dedicate additional land for eventual

widening of North Sierra. (Even if U. S. 395 is not moved

to North Sierra, the University will gain by widening of

North Sierra as traffic will use that street rather than

North Virginia).



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Dr. Anderson, carried with

Regent White opposing, that the University not oppose C-1a

zoning of North Sierra from the freeway north to the

middle of the block between 10th and 11th Streets.



17. Award of Contract for Transformer Vault for Radiation

Laboratory, Reno



Mr. Pine stated that the transformer vault for the Radiation

Laboratory, Reno Campus, must be moved outside the building

to satisfy a requirement of the Reno Fire Department and the

Atomic Energy Commission. Bids have been advertised to be

opened on February 15, 1967.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissenting vote that the Administration be author-

ized to accept the bid for this project and to award the

contract provided it is within the estimate of $950.



18. Extension of an Additional 10' Right of Way and a Temporary

30' Construction Easement to Douglas County Sewer District

#1 across the 4-H Club Camp.



Dr. Armstrong stated that a letter from Dean Dale W. Bohmont

has indicated that a change in construction and erection of

the sewer line which requires a greater depth and the prob-

lem of sandy soils makes an additional authorized right of

way necessary before the completion of the construction of

a sewer liner across the 4-H Camp.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissenting vote that the Douglas County Sewer

District #1 be granted an extension of an additional 10'

right of way and a temporary 30' construction easement

across the 4-H Club Camp. It is understood that the 30'

construction right of way reverts back to the Camp upon

completion of the project.



19. Architect's Fee for Preliminary Drawings, Animal Science

Research Facility



Mr. Humphrey presented a request from the College of Agri-

culture for authorization from the Board of Regents to

arrange for preliminary sketches of the proposed Animal

Science Research Facility to be used in their search for

supporting funds from Federal agencies. Dean Bohmont has

further requested funds in the amount of $3,000 to $4,000,

the estimated cost of the sketches.



Motion by Dr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried without

dissenting vote that an inter-fund loan of $4,000 be made to

the College of Agriculture from the Capital Improvement Fee

Fund, with the understanding that the funds will be repaid

to that account upon availability to the College of Agricul-

ture of funds from the sale of Valley Road Field Laboratory.

It was further action of the Board that Mr. Roger Simpson

of Reno and the firm of Weldon & Beckett (architects for the

Washoe Medical Center) be selected as the architects for

this project and the College of Agriculture be authorized to

contract for the preliminary sketches for the facility.



20. Land Acquisition, Reno Campus



Mr. Humphrey reviewed for the Board the negotiations con-

ducted earlier (August, 1964) with Mr. Reno Ferretto for

the purchase of his property at 1201 North Virginia (corner

of North Virginia and Artemisia Way). At that time the

University obtained an appraisal but was not able to make an

offer on the property because of lack of funds. Mr.

Humphrey stated that he has now learned that Mr. Ferretto is

again interested in disposing of this property and he recom-

mended that University have the appraisal of the property

updated; negotiate with Mr. Ferretto; and make a recommen-

dation to the Plant and Property Committee at the March

meeting for the purchase of this property from the Capital

Improvement Fee Fund (Reno). Mr. Humphrey further proposed

that if the property is purchased, the house and apartments

be managed as other University rentals until the remaining

property on Artemisia is acquired.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the procedure as outlined by Mr. Humphrey

be approved.



21. Use of Research Overhead Funds



President Armstrong reviewed again for the Regents the

discussions held with various faculty and staff on the

previous day concerning the present use of research overhead

funds and the method of accounting as proposed by the State

Budget Office.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. White, carried with

Regent Jacobsen opposed, that the present method of allocat-

ing research overhead monies be retained with the under-

standing that as these monies increase the Board should

further review their handling.



22. Review of Legislative Program for 1967



A. AB 61 which exempts the University of Nevada from the

State Purchasing Act - President Armstrong recommended

the University be authorized to seek amendment to the

State Purchasing Act to provide the following:



1. The University of Nevada be exempt from the general

provisions of the Act.



2. The University be required to use the State Purchas-

ing Divisions for the following:



a. All items procured by the State Purchasing

Division through open term contracts (i. e.,

automobiles, trucks, petroleum products, tires,

tubes and batteries, and selected office furni-

ture); and



b. State Purchasing Division warehouse items cata-

logued and in stock.



3. The University be allowed to utilize the facilities

of the State Purchasing Division on a voluntary

basis in the same manner now prescribed in the Act

for school districts, local governments, and the

legislative and judicial departments of the State.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissent that the above amendment to the State

Purchasing Act be advocated.



B. SB 59 which prohibits commercial or industrial zoning of

land within 400 yards of school sites - Mr. Humphrey

stated that Senator Clifford Young has introduced the

above bill; however, it was not intended to apply to the

University, only to public schools. The Board of Re-

gents expressed reluctance to support inclusion of the

University in the bill.



C. Salary or Annuity Option with TIAA-CREF - Due to an

opinion from the Attorney General, issued November 2,

1964, the University has been unable to contract with

TIAA-CREF for salary or annuity option agreements.

The Attorney General's opinion was based on long-stand-

ing nation-wide practice, TIAA-CREF refused to become

licensed. Mr. Humphrey explained that the University

Council has again requested that legislation be secured

which would make it possible for the University to con-

tract with TIAA-CREF without their being licensed. Af-

ter consultation with Mr. Neil F. Hooley, Counsel for

TIAA-CREF, Mr. Humphrey recommended that no legislation

be proposed at this time.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

with Regents Magee and White opposing, that Mr.

Humphrey's recommendation be accepted and that the

University not seek such legislation in the 1967

session.



D. 15-Year Vesting of State Retirement Plan - Mr. Humphrey

explained that the Public Employees Retirement Board has

endorsed retirement benefits after 20 years and an

increase of 4% per year over 20 years, of full vesting

after 25 years of service. Mr. Humphrey therefore

recommended that the University not seek further the

introduction of the 15-year vesting proposal until

support for such legislation can be better determined.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissenting vote that the Regents leave to the

discretion of the Administration the decision as to

whether or not the University will seek the introduction

of legislation to provide for 15-year vesting of State

Retirement Plan.



23. Policy Statement Concerning Capital Improvement Fee



Upon motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, and

unanimous vote, the following policy statement concerning

the Capital Improvement Fee was adopted:



"The Board of Regents adopted a Capital Improvement Fee on

February 12, 1966 and specified that it would be imposed

beginning Fall semester, 1966. The fee is $42 per semester

for students registering for 7 or more credits and $3 per

credit for those registering for 6 or less credits. The

fee applies to those students on Reno and Nevada Southern

Campuses registered for courses during the Fall and Spring

semesters. It does not apply to students in Evening Divi-

sion or Summer School or other fee supported programs. As

with all fees assessed by the Board of Regents, this fee is

subject to change except as restrictive covenants with bond

holders may limit the reduction of the fee.



"The fees are deposited to a Capital Improvement Fee Fund

and funds for each Campus are separate. Monies may not be

expended from these funds without approval of the Board of

Regents. The funds are invested in U. S. Treasury Bills or

Time Certificates of Deposit until needed and the earned

interest is credited to the fund.



"These funds shall be used, as directed by the Board of

Regents, in the following ways:



1. For the service of revenue bonds, the proceeds of which

were used for the construction of academic buildings.

It specifically acknowledged that the Legislature must

by enactment of a law authorize a revenue bond issue for

each building so funded.



2. Surplus monies in the funds (i. e., "surplus" meaning

not currently required for debt service) may, upon

direction of the Board, be used:



a. For the purchase of land adjacent to the Campuses

and within the University Master Plan areas as such

land becomes available and is offered for sale;



b. To loan to the Dormitory or Dining Hall bond debt

service funds in the event such funds are unable to

meet their annual payments; and



c. For such remodeling projects are are urgently needed

for the accommodation of students in academic build-

ings but which cannot be funded from University

operation funds nor State Planning Board Capital

Improvement funds."



24. Approval of Purchase



Approval of the Board was requested for the purchase of a

Wang Laboratories Electronic Calculator at $5,550 for the

Chemistry Department. Other electronic calculators of a

similar price are not considered satisfactory. The State

Purchasing Division has indicated willingness to honor the

request for this specific make and the order would be placed

with John G. Lakey, 1685 Chaska Place, Reno, Nevada.



25. Proposed Changes in Exemption Policies for Physical

Education



The Reno Campus Academic Council has recommended the state-

ment regarding present exemption policies for Physical

Education (Catalog 1966-67) be changed to the following

(effective Fall 1967):



Physical Education: Every student before graduation is

required to complete 4 credits (in four different semesters)

of Physical Education activities 100-199 unless an exemption

is approved through the Office of Admissions.



Exemptions may be granted:



1. By the University Physician to students who have dis-

abilities that necessitate avoidance of activity work;



2. To students who transfer into the University of Nevada

with 60 or more acceptable credits;



3. To students who are 22 years of age or over at time of

initial registration at the University;



4. To students who are 30 years of age or over, regardless

of age at time of initial registration;



5. To transfer students who have completed the equivalent

of the four semesters of Physical Education required at

the University of Nevada.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

unanimously that the above change be approved.



26. Change of Existing Two-Year Secretarial Certificate Program

to an Associate of Science Degree Program



The Academic Council, Reno Campus, has recommended that the

Two-Year Secretarial Program offered by the College of

Business Administration, Reno Campus, be changed from a

certificate program to an Associate of Science Degree

Program, effective June 1967.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissenting vote that the recommended change be

approved.



27. Change in Curricular Credit Requirement for Graduation in

the Mackay School of Mines, Reno Campus



The Academic Council, Reno Campus, has recommended the

curricular credit requirement for Graduation be changed from

142 to 130 plus satisfactory completion of the Physical

Education and Military Science requirement for Chemical

Engineering, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineer-

ing and Mining Engineering.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissenting vote that the above change in curricular

credit requirement for graduation be approved, effective

June 1967.



28. New Program - Bachelor of Science in Geophysics



The Academic Council, Reno Campus, has recommended that a

new degree program, Bachelor of Science in Geophysics, be

approved for offering by the Mackay School of Mines,

effective June 1967.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Dr. White, carried

without dissenting vote that the above new program be

approved, effective June 1967.



29. Graduate Council Recommendations



A. Reduction of Examination Committee from 5 to 3 Members



The Graduate Council, Reno Campus, has recommended that

the Examination Committee of the graduate student shall

consist of at least three members, two representing the

area of specialization and one the University at large.

This shall apply to the entire Reno Campus.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, car-

ried without dissenting vote that the above change in

the Examination Committee be approved.



B. Minimum GPA for Admission to Graduate Standing



The Graduate Council, Reno Campus, has recommended that

the minimum GPA for admission to graduate standing be a

2.5 for the undergraduate program or a 3.0 based upon

the last two years of the undergraduate program. This

shall apply to the Reno Campus.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, car-

ried without dissenting vote that the above recommenda-

tion be approved.



C. Eligibility for Membership in the Graduate Faculty



The Graduate Council, Reno Campus, has recommended the

following criteria for membership in the Graduate

Faculty:



a. Hold the degree normally considered terminal in

his area of competence, or



b. Present evidence of superior professional accom-

plishment and academic experience in the field of

his specialty, to be determined by the Chairman of

the Department concerned, subject to approval of

the Graduate Council



c. Have been engaged in teaching graduate (900) level

courses at the University of Nevada



d. Have been a member of the University faculty for a

minimum of one year prior to his appointment to the

Graduate Faculty



Persons who do not qualify for the Graduate Faculty by

the above criteria may be considered for membership if

recommended and documentation is presented to the

Graduate Council for their approval. Those meeting the

criteria for membership on the Graduate Faculty may be

voted to membership by a majority vote of the Graduate

Council. Should disagreements arise, the faculty member

may appeal directly to the Graduate Council. The

Graduate Council's decision in such cases will be

considered final.



Motion by Mr. Magee, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the recommendation of the Graduate

Council concerning eligibility for membership in the

Gradute Faculty be approved.



30. New Technical Programs, NSU



Upon motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, it

was unanimously voted to approve the initiation of two new

technical programs at NSU, effective Fall 1967, if funding

is available. The two programs to be offered are Radio-

logic Technology (X-Ray Option) and Medical Record Tech-

nician (Secretary). Both programs have been approved by

NSU faculty.



31. Personnel Recommendations



President Armstrong recommended the following personnel

appointments be confirmed:



RENO CAMPUS



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Janice Marie Hutto as Graduate Research Assistant (1/4 time)

in the Department of Plant, Soil and Water Science for the

Spring semester 1967 - $575 (replacement for David Nichols).



Melvin James Sharp as Superintendent of Central Nevada Field

Laboratory in Farm Services for the period March 15 to

June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of $7,193 (replace-

ment for Kent Allender).



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Dianne D. De Reemer as Student Assistant in the Department

of Health, P. E. and Recreation for the Spring semester

1967, 3/4 time - $720.



Ralph Wilbur Hood, Jr., as Graduate Assistant in Psychology

for the Spring semester 1967 - $1,250 (replacement for Peter

Bloom).



Michael Vincent Urga as Graduate Assistant in History for

the Spring semester 1967 - $1,150 (new position - partial

replacement for Dr. Jack Forbes).



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



David John Bergman as Graduate Assistant in Economics for

the Spring semester 1967 (1/4 time) - $575 (replacement for

Ronald Skocki).



Jack S. Grellman as Graduate Assistant in Management for the

Spring semester 1967 (1/4 time) - $575 (temporary position).



William Don Mc Ferrin as Instructor in Accounting for the

Spring semester 1967 - $3,888 (new position - temporary).



Herbert Louis Nichols as Graduate Assistant in Accounting

for the Spring semester 1967 - $1,150.



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Linda Crouse as Research System Programmer for the period

January 1 to June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of

$8,618 (new position).



James K. Murphy as Business Manager of the Laboratory of

Atmospheric Physics for the period December 27, 1966 to

June 30, 1967 at the annual salary rate of $13,608 (new

position).



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Gilbert F. Cochran as Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineer-

ing for the Spring semester - $1,150 (replacement for

Donald Clark).



Philip C. Hanifan as Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engi-

neering for the Spring semester 1967 - $1,150 (replacement

for John A. Kleppe).



NEVADA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE



Vincent George Swinney as Law Enforcement Coordinator for

the period January 1 to June 30, 1967 - $6,666.72; and for

the period July 1 to August 31, 1967 - $2,222.28 (total

$8,889) (new position).



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



John Andrew Halvorson as Graduate Assistant serving as

Acting Director of Housing and Assistant to the Dean of Men

in the Office of Student Affairs for the Spring semester

1967 - $1,150 (temporary part-time replacement for Bill

Adams).



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



SOCIAL SCIENCE DIVISION



Noel James Stowe as Lecturer in History for the Spring

semester - $4,036 (replacement for Gary Roberts).



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

unanimously that the above personnel appointments be

confirmed.



32. Gifts and Grants



President Armstrong presented the following gifts and grants

received by the University with his recommendation for their

acceptance:



Library, Reno Campus



Dr. and Mrs. Dale W. Bohmont, Reno - $5 in memory of

Margaret Bohman Evans.



Consulate General of Japan, San Francisco - a copy of

"Japanese Architecture and Gardens", edited by Hirotaro Ota.



Mr. R. Cousins, New York - a copy of "Brands, Trademarks and

Good Will".



Mrs. Frances E. Crumley, Reno - $10 in memory of Mrs. Madge

Reynolds.



Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Cummings, Sacramento - $5 in memory of

Mr. Harold Henry.



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cummings, Reno - $5 in memory of Mrs.

Consiglio Campitelli.



Mrs. Forrest Eccles, Reno - copy of Webster's "International

Dictionary" dated 1884.



Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Eddelman, Reno - $10 in memory of Mrs.

Gladys D. Harris.



Professor W. Darrell Foote, University of Nevada, Reno - $47

in memory of Louise Bohman Evans.



Mr. Charles R. Gorham, Stanford, California - copy of the

"Constitution and By-Laws of the Capitol Hunting and Fishing

Club of Carson City".



Grand Lodge F. and A. M. of Nevada - a copy of the "History

of Masonry in Nevada".



Mr. James E. Hickey, Gardnerville - his oral history entitl-

ed "A Pioneer and Justice of the Peace of Carson Valley".



Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hummel, Reno - renewal of the subscrip-

tion to "Human Event"s.



Dean Ralph Irwin, University of Nevada, Reno - copies of

"Who's Who in America".



Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobsen, Carson City - $10 in memory of

Mrs. James C. Acree.



Mr. Donald L. Katz, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor -

volumes of "Computers in Engineering in Design Education".



Mr. Woodrow M. Knight, Petersberg, Virginia - $5 in memory

of Priscilla Weaver.



Dr. Louis E. Lombardi, Reno - $30 in memory of Robert

Biglin, George Molineaux and Lester Summerfield.



Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lovelock, Reno - $7.50 in memory of

Mrs. Gladys D. Harris.



Mrs. S. R. Marean, Reno - Mrs. Marean's oral history entitl-

ed "The Life of Stanley Marine, Reclamationist".



Mayor and Municipal Court of Neward, New Jersey - a copy of

"Newark".



Mr. Claude R. Mowry, Reno - a copy of his book "Round Wood".



Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Mueller, Reno - $15 in memory of Samuel

Orlich.



Dr. and Mrs. William A. O'Brien, III, Reno - $150 in behalf

of Drs. Crosby, Ross, Stewart, Palmer, Scott, Falk, Greear,

Tappan, Elliott, Herz, Anderson, Whiddett, Malone and

Archer.



Miss Marguerite Pradere, Reno - $5 in memory of Joseph

Reading.



Mr. Charles R. Robinson, New York, N. Y. - a copy of his

book "A Nation without Coins".



Professor Elmer Rusco, University of Nevada, Reno - copies

of the 1964 and 1965 issues of "Motive".



Dr. Carl L. Sauls, Reno - $25 in behalf of the Anesthesia

Group.



Mr. William H. Savage, Reno - issues of "Nevada Highways and

Parks" and other magazines.



Mr. and Mrs. Coe Swobe, Reno - $5 in memory of Mrs. Howard

Mc Kissick, Jr. and $5 in memory of Mrs. Everett Harris.



Dr. and Mrs. William F. Tappan, Reno - $50 in behalf of

Drs. Salvodorini, Ricciardi and Jacques.



University of Colorado, Boulder - a copy of "The Gentleman

from Colorado, a Memoir".



Mr. Ernest P. Walter, Chevy Chase, Maryland - 49 cartons of

books to the Life Sciences Library.



Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weaver, Reno - $60 in memory of their

daughter, Priscilla.



Miss Mary Hope Westbrook, University of Nevada, Reno - $100

for the purchase of English books.



Mrs. De Graf Woodman, Oxford, Maryland - copies of "Under-

standing and Counseling the Alcoholic and Alcoholism, It's

Facets and Phases".



Mr. Earl Wooster, Reno - his oral history entitled "Memoirs

of a Nevada Educator".



Donations in memory of Louise Evans to the Sears-Leifson

Fund in the Chemistry Department to purchase books for the

Physical Sciences Library:



Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - $20

Dr. R. D. Burkhart, Reno - $8

Dr. R. C. Fuson, Reno - $10

Dr. Harry B. Gilbert, Reno - $25

Mrs. Janet Greenhaw, Reno - $2

Dr. Cyrus O. Guss, Reno - $10

Mr. Harvey E. Hanson, Reno - $3

Mr. Thomas J. Howell, Reno - $5

Dr. Kenneth C. Kemp, Reno - $10

Dr. D. J. Mac Donald, Reno - $10

Dr. C. L. Mc Connell, Reno - $5

Mr. Edward S. Parson, Reno - $5

Dr. C. B. Rose, Reno - a copy of Chemical Infrared

Spectroscopy, Volume I: Techniques

Mrs. Vera Sale, Reno - $5

Sierra Pacific Power Company, Reno - $50



Library, Las Vegas



Mrs. M. J. Di Biase, Las Vegas - $50 in memory of Captain

Hyde.



Mrs. Ada Gardner, Las Vegas - $15 in memory of Helen

Beckwith.



Nevada State Bank, Las Vegas - $50 in memory of Colvin Smith

and Harold M. Morse.



Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ronzone, Las Vegas - $40 in memory of

Wanda Trent, George Barra, Captain Michael Hyde, and Harold

M. Morse.



Mrs. E. P. Uhler, Las Vegas - $50 to the Elaine Zucker

Memorial Fund.



Mrs. Bonnie White, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Helen

Beckwith.



Mrs. W. Wharton, Dallas, Texas - $5 in memory of Dr.

Gatewood to purchase books for the Dental Library.



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yahoo, Las Vegas - $180 in memory of

Mrs. Helen Beckwith.



Scholarships and Prizes, both Campuses:



Anonymous - $50 to the Physical Education Scholarship Fund.



Mrs. Arnold Benson, Santa Fe, New Mexico - $200 to the

Charles Elmer Clough Scholarship Fund.



Fairfax Education Association, Fairfax, Virginia - $300



Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., Reno - $300



Kiwanis Club of Reno - $125



Las Vegas Sun - $250



National Honor Society, Western High School, Las Vegas -

$155



Nevada Repertoire Club, Reno - $15 to the Dr. Herman Chaloff

Memorial Scholarship Fund.



New China Club, Inc., Reno - $250 to the New China Club

Scholarship Fund and $150 to the Nevada Casino Association

Scholarship Fund.



Northern District of Nevada Society of Public Accountants,

Reno - $50 to the Zinn-Peck Scholarship in Accounting.



Reno Business and Professional Women's Club - $200 in memory

of Dr. Christie Brown and Miss Felice Cohn.



Sierra Vista PTA, Reno - $175 to the Isabelle Moe Scholar-

ship Fund.



Soroptimist Club of Las Vegas - $561



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $600



The Honorable Gordon R. Thompson, Carson City - $100 to the

Reuben C. Thompson Scholarship Fund.



University of Science and Art, Denver, Colorado - $164.50



Washoe Association for Retarded Children, Reno - $300



Washoe County Medical Society, Women's Auxiliary, Reno -

$875 to be used as 5 stipends for Orvis School of Nursing

students.



Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Winer, Mill Valley, California - $50 to

the Rita Hope Winer Scholarship Fund.



Miscellaneous gifts, both Campuses:



Bell of Nevada, Reno - $50 to the Nevada State Prize Examin-

ation in Mathematics Fund.



Mr. Raymond Cadura, Las Vegas - $20 to the Nevada Southern

University Music Concert Series.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation of Nevada - $5,581.07 consti-

tuting reimbursement to the University of Nevada for law

books purchased during November and December 1966 for the

National College of State Trial Judges.



Kennecott Copper Corporation, Mc Gill - $500 to the

Journalism Fund.



Louis Allis Company, Green Dale, Wisconsin - 478 electric

motors valued at approximately $30,000, plus the shipping

charges of $1,100, to the College of Engineering.



Dr. Chester C. Lockwood, Las Vegas - $25 to the Nevada

Southern University Music Concert Series.



Nevada Resort Association, Las Vegas - $10,000 to the Hotel

Administration Program, Nevada Southern University.



Mrs. Paul A. Richards, Reno - $25 to the Suicide Prevention

and Crisis Call Center Fund.



Smith, Kline and French Laboratories, Philadelphia - $1,700

to the Agricultural Experiment Station's Research Program

on studies of anthelmintic agent in sheep.



Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D. C. - a complete set of

the Bulletins of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithson-

ian Institute, consisting of nearly 200 volumes, to the

Department of Anthropology.



Mrs. Ethelda Thelen, Reno and other donors - $50 to the

Orvis School of Nursing in honor of Miss Hazel Shortal.



Frank H. Bartholomew, San Francisco - $1,000 to the Depart-

ment of Journalism.



Donations to the Nevada Southern University Art Gallery:



Artists' and Craftmen's Guild of Nevada - $25

Mrs. Frances R. Cohen, Las Vegas - $25

Fletcher Jones Chevrolet, Las Vegas - $25

Marshall-Rousso, Inc., Las Vegas - $25



Grants, both Campuses:



American Heart Association, Inc., New York - $3,327.50

representing the third quarterly installment for research

entitled, "Fetal Hemodynamics and Surgically Induced

Pulmonary Atresia and Hypertension" under the direction of

Dr. Don Olsen, Laboratory of Environmental Patho-Physiology.



Chevron Chemical Company, Clovis, California - $500 to

assist the Agricultural Experiment Station's research on

the control of alfalfa insects.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C. - $5,377 as an additional grant for research entitled,

"Effects of Pure Air and Terpene Vapors on Organisms" under

the direction of Dr. Frits W. Went, Desert Research

Institute.



National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. - $30,000 as

an additional grant for research entitled, "Theoretical

Investigations of Cloud Droplet Growth" under the direction

of Professor Wendell A. Mordy, Desert Research Institute.



Nevada Heart Association, Reno - $1,500 to support research

under the direction of Dr. Bruce Dill, Nevada Southern

University, and $1,000 in support of research by Dr. George

Smith, Laboratory of Environmental Patho-Physiology.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

unanimously that the above gifts and grants be accepted

and that the Secretary send appropriate notes of thanks to

the donors.



33. Candidates for Graduation



President Armstrong presented the following candidates for

graduation in January 1967. These students have been

approved by the faculty of each College or school concerned.



RENO CAMPUS



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Bachelor of Science in Agriculture



Gottschalk, Michael John

Kidwell, Denny Eugene

Martin, Cecil De Long

Messavussu, John William

Riordan, Monti Joe

Wright, Alfred Warne



Bachelor of Science in Home Economics



Bruce, Nancy Peddicord

Carpenter, Joy Dell Green



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Bachelor of Arts



Black, Glen Wright

Bloomquist, Karen Satrum

Braunschweig, Robert Larry

Burton, Betty Arline

Casey, William Michael

Cavallera, Henry William

Chandler, Halina K.

Cline, Daniel Hoven

Crumley, Peggy Frances

Downs, John Alan

Edgar, Jack Berdell

Fuhr, John Henry IV

Gaylord, Sandra Saviers

Herz, Helen Eliades

Lally, Michael Blaise

Magee, William

Marshall, Thomas Eugene

Menke, Ben Allan

Pilkinton, Thomas Ray

Starrett, Sandra Kay

Taylor, Thomas Russell

Thompson, Michael Anthony

Wofford, Hal Richard



Bachelor of Arts in Journalism



Benson, O. Douglas

Ceccarelli, Patricia Ann

Gamba, Ronald Edward

Holgate, Gary Bruce

Rogich, Sig Arnason

Winne, Levan Benjamin



Bachelor of Science



Anastassatos, Dennis

Ashman, David Leslie

Coplin, William Walter III

Creasy, James Alexander

Curry, Joseph Raymond III

Hanks, Maynard Allan

Johnson, Wayne Thomas

Kerr, William Craig, Jr.

Parr, James Lloyd

Saake, Norman Ray

Savage, David Edward

Soulages, Robert Harry

Trousdale, Dennis Earl



Bachelor of Science in Chemistry



Portz, Carl Dennis



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration



Anastassatos, George Chris

Beeman, Leon Scott

Behm, Anthony Joseph

Burgess, William Vaughn

Cahoone, William Frederick Jr.

Cameron, Robert Esden

Cotton, Welborne Shelton

Drumm, Mitchell

Duke, Thomas Eldredge

Getchell, Leroy Alfred

Gottfredson, James Harold III

Grellman, Jack Sullivan

Hall, Frank Joseph

Helgren, Richard Marsh

Hoeffer, Edward Albert

Irish, David James

Joseph, James Francis

Lee, Wang Lon

Loberg, Douglas Roger

Mandell, David Lee

Mattice, Kenneth Lowell

Mc Gill, Allan Cleveland II

Meyers, Fred Leland, Jr.

Miltenberger, Harry Douglas

Noonan, Frederick Francis Jr.

Roberts, David Elwood

Robison, Norman Lenard

Robison, Russell Melvin

Schmidt, Richard Wallberg

Scott, Walter Perry, Jr.

Stiff, Larry Van

Stoddard, Richard Michael

Stoever, Theodore, Robert

Stonehill, Linn Theodore

Turley, Donald Le Roy

Vickers, Anthony Lance

Widmer, William David Jr.

Wright, Robert William



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Bachelor of Arts in Education



Bailey, Mary Quigley

Butler, Sara Gorrell

Gruber, Paul William

Jones, Marilyn Mae

Lopez, Jacqueline Ritchie

Murray, Janet Lorraine

Randles, James Davis

Swafford, Janet Smith



Bachelor of Science in Education



Aramini, Raymond Robert

Birch, David Lindsey

Blinn, Benjamin James

Coltrin, Lucille

Curry, Karen Nadine

Dow, Sigrid Nielsen

Furguson, Frieda Marie

Furrow, Larry David

Gottschalk, Marian Bartorelli

Haller, Terry Ann

Handy, Helen Landers

Hawkins, Irene Beck

Kinne, Kirk

Kruger, Barbara Ellen

Landon, Dale Roger

Lawson, Roberta Joy

Lee, Harriet Lucille

Lee, Ronald Eugene

Maguire, James Joseph

Mancuso, Carol Elizabeth

Pew, Lani Vernice

Polish, Geraldine Black

Renwick, John Paul

Schroeder, Florence Jeanne

Scott, Dennis Dean

Silsbury, Katherine

Swall, Meredith Dunning

Urdzik, James Joseph

Urga, Michael Vincent

Vice, Margaret Louise

Wollan, Donald Neil



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering



Cochran, Gilbert Francis

Mehdi, Akil Rashid

Randall, Brian Allan



Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering



Chadwick, John Bradley

Olive, Kenneth Reynolds

Watts, Walter Garold II



Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering



Hanchett, Hughes Byron, Jr.

Ossa, Ali Hamit



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Bachelor of Science in Geography



Swart, Jesse Edward



Bachelor of Science in Geology



Tafuri, William Joseph



Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering



Shah, Rashmikant Kantilal



Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering



Boatman, Ronald Leon

Steling, David Alan



Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering



Flynn, Patrick Thomas, Jr.

Mc Cutchan, James Earl

Placey, Dale James



SCHOOL OF NURSING



Bachelor of Science in Nursing



Choy, Priscilla Loraine

Shute, Karen Isbell



GRADUATE SCHOOL



Master of Arts



Augustine, Daniel Schuyler

Be Dunnah, Gary Preston

Ducker, Danny

Durant, Marcel Jacques

Embry, Charlton Ray

Mc Connell, Marilyn Bliss

Reichman, Frederick Wallace

Schramel, John Louis

Smith, Grant William

Tolen, Eugene Adrian

Vaughn, Arthur Clarence, Jr.



Master of Business Administration



Heckethorn, Clarence Arnold



Master of Education



Beloso, Frank

Doty, Bertha C.

Flynn, John Joseph

Freitag, Berry Mc Anally

Plumley, Dee Roy

West, Murl W.

Westergard, Ralph Hans

Yori, George Eugene



Master of Science



Chase, Clinton Meredith

Chrzanowski, Robert Lawrence

Ekstrom, Michael Paul

Gedney, Larry Daniel

Helming, William Clemens

Hilliard, George Hendrik

Kleppe, John Arthur

Miller, Larry Rondell

Nichols, David Foster

Riggs, John Carroll

Williamson, Yvonne Small



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS



Ebeltoft, Michael D.

Schurr, Gerald Guy

Schwartz, Paul Thomas



SCHOOL OF EDUCATION



Brickley, Frances

Delling, Billy George

Hickman, Elizabeth Rae

Milligan, Kathryn

Robinson, Susan Bennett

Screen, Dorothy

Smith, Ruth L.

Spaulding, Jean A.

Swartz, Janice E.



SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS



Bock, Bonna Dee



SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Hoover, George Thomas



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Marcus, Annette R.

Romero, Christine Anne

Sloan, Marcus H. III



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

without dissenting vote that the above listed students be

approved for graduation as of January, 1967 with the

degrees as listed.



34. Naming of Stead Facility



President Armstrong presented a suggestion from Chancellor

N. Edd Miller proposing that the University's portion of

Stead Air Force Base be officially named Stead Campus of the

University of Nevada. It was further proposed that signs be

placed along the highway exits leading to the facility

indicating that it is the Stead Campus of the University of

Nevada, rather than Stead Air Force Base.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

without dissenting vote that the University's portion of

the Air Base be officially named Stead Campus and that

appropriate signs be placed as suggested.



The Board adjourned for an Executive Session and reconvened at

5:05 P.M.



35. Student Activity Building, NSU



Final Plans for the Student Union building at NSU were pre-

sented with Mr. Pine's recommendation that the Administra-

tion be authorized to approve the plans and specifications

upon submittal of contract documents which indicate that the

banquet kitchen equipment will be an alternate, as well as a

portion, of the bar equipment. This alternate for the

banquet kitchen will be (a) minimal equipment for holding,

(b) minimal for kitchen operation, (c) complete installa-

tion. Mr. Humphrey will notify the State Planning Board as

to fund availability and bids will be advertised at least

30 days with the beginning date of advertisement to be

selected by the Planning Board.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the above recommendation be approved.



The meeting adjourned at 5:30 P.M.



Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Chairman



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary

02-11-1967