UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
May 17-18, 1980


Pages 80-81

                         BOARD OF REGENTS


                           May 17, 1980

A special meeting of the Board of Regents was held on the above

date in the Jot Travis Student Union, University of Nevada, Reno.

Members present:  Mr. Robert A. Cashell, Chairman

                  Mr. James L. Buchanan, II

                  Mrs. Lilly Fong

                  Mrs. Molly F. Knudtsen

                  Dr. Louis E. Lombardi

                  Mr. John R. Mc Bride

                  Mrs. June Whitley

Members absent:   Mr. Chris Karamanos

                  Mr. John Tom Ross

Others present:   Chancellor Donald H. Baepler

                  President Joseph N. Crowley

                  Vice Chancellor Larry Lessly

                  Secretary Bonnie Smotony

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Cashell at 8:40 A.M.

 1.  Vice President for Business, UNR

     President Crowley reported that Dr. C. Thomas Baxter, Jr.

     had declined the offer of the Vice Presidency and that he

     would wish, therefore, to consult further with the selection

     committee before bringing forward a recommendation to the

     Board at its June 27 meeting.

 2.  Appointment of Interim Dean, Orvis School of Nursing, UNR

     President Crowley recommended that Dr. Arlene Evans of the

     UNR faculty be appointed Interim Dean of the Orvis School of

     Nursing from July 1 to December 31, 1980, at which time Dr.

     Marion Schrum will report.  The interim appointment is to be

     on an A contract, based on Dr. Evans' current rank III, step

     15 salary, plus three steps as administrative increments,

     for a base annual salary of $34,039 (or a six-months salary

     of $17,020).  At the conclusion of her service as Interim

     Dean, Dr. Evans will be issued a new B contract for the

     remainder of the academic year at rank III, step 15.

     Dr. Lombardi moved approval.  Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

     carried without dissent.

 3.  Allocation of Travel Funds for Code Revision Committee

     Chairman Cashell requested an allocation of $5,000 from the

     Board of Regents Special Projects Account to fund the nec-

     essary travel of the Code Revision Committee appointed at

     the May 9 Board meeting.

     Mr. Mc Bride moved approval.  Motion seconded by Dr.

     Lombardi, carried without dissent.

 4.  Study of System Administration

     Chairman Cashell recalled that at its May 9 meeting, the

     Board had approved his proposal that Cresap, Mc Cormick and

     Paget be retained to conduct a study of the Chancellor's

     Office and System Administration.  Mr. Cashell stated that

     he had concluded that a better approach to this would be the

     appointment of a committee consisting of Chancellor Baepler,

     Presidents Crowley, Eaton and Goodall, Regents Karamanos,

     Cashell and Mc Bride, with Judge Procter Hug as Chairman.

     He suggested that this committee be charged with examining

     the problem, that it have the option of using consultants,

     and that the objectives and scope of the study as outlined

     at the May 9 meeting be considered.

     Mr. Buchanan suggested that Dr. Brock Dixon, Vice President

     for Administration, UNLV, be added to the committee.  No

     exceptions were taken.

     Mr. Buchanan moved approval of the proposed committee.

     Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong, carried without dissent.

 5.  Proposed Sale of Adelaide Mine

     Vice Chancellor Lessly recalled that UNR is co-owner, with

     the Roxy Wingfield Estate, of some mining properties iden-

     tified as the Adelaide Mine, and for which an offer for an

     option to purchase has been received.  The offer is for the

     establishment of an escrow upon the payment of $2,750, per-

     mission for the buyer, M-B Mining Company, to go on to the

     property to do some development work for 30 days.  If the

     property proves to be productive, the purchase option would

     be exercised at a total purchase price of $27,500.  If it

     turns out not to be productive, UNR and the Wingfield Estate

     would each get $2,750 and the purchase agreement would be

     null and void.

     Mr. Mc Bride moved approval.  Motion seconded by Mr.

     Buchanan, carried without dissent.

The meeting adjourned at 9:05 A.M.

                             Bonnie M. Smotony

                             Secretary of the Board