05/31/1968

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
May 31-June 1, 1968








05-31-1968

Pages 477-517

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

May 31, 1968



The Board of Regents met in regular session on the above date

in the Travis Lounge of the Student Union building, University

of Nevada.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Archie Grant

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr. (for a portion of the

meeting)

Mr. Harold Jacobsen (for a portion of the

meeting)

Dr. Louis Lombardi

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Thomas Bell

Mrs. Molly F. Knudtsen

Mr. R. J. Ronzone



Others present: Chancellor Neil D. Humphrey

President N. Edd Miller, U. N.

President Donald C. Moyer, N. S. U.

Dr. Patrick Squires, D. R. I.

Mr. Edward L. Pine, Business Manager, U. N.

Mr. Edward Olsen, Director of Information,

U. N.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Fred M. Anderson at

2:10 P.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Dr. White, the minutes

of the meeting of May 11, 1968 were approved as distributed.



2. Acceptance of Gifts



Chancellor Humphrey reported the following gifts and grants

with his recommendation for acceptance by the Board:



University of Nevada



Library



Miss Jane Creel, New York City - 6 cartons of Dean Cecil

Creel's papers.



Mr. B. H. Fong, Reno - a copy of "The China Yearbook,

1966-67" and 7 medical books, 2 of which are Chinese texts.



Mrs. Warren H. Gould, Reno - a copy of her manuscript on

the life of Prudence Hymers Gould.



Misses Beth Green and Gloria Bertsch, Sacramento, Califor-

nia - $15 for the purchase of books in memory of Annabel

Mann.



Mr. John E. Humphrey, Reno - a copy of "Odyssey of a Desert

Prospector".



Professor Joseph Lintz, Reno - a copy of "Structures and

Origin of Volcanic Rocks of Montana, Wyoming and Idaho".



Mr. H. E. Manville, Reno - copies of "Who's Who in America"

for the years 1964-65 and 1966-67.



St. Mary's Hospital Medical Library, Reno - 8 cartons on

books and periodicals.



Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Stephenson, Lemore, California - $30

for the purchase of books in memory of Lieutenant Commander

Richard C. Perry.



Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stetler, Carson City - $10 for the pur-

chase of books in memory of Mrs. Katherine Scribner.



Mrs. Milton M. Teague, Santa Paula, California - $500 to be

applied to the acquisition of the Veyrin Library.



Mr. and Mrs. John Uhalde, Reno - $5 for the purchase of

books in memory of Mrs. Cherrie Simas Zunini.



Mrs. Lorena Vernon and Mrs. Alma Louise O'Neal, Vernon,

Texas - books belonging to Mary Hope Westbrook.



Parents Association Fund Drive:



Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bach, Rockaway Park, New York - $10

Mr. Eugene W. Baxter, Schenectady, New York - $10

Mr. C. D. Chretien, Berkeley, California - $10

Mr. Tyrus R. Cobb, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dickman, Bakersfield, Califor-

nia - $100

Mrs. Louise Gamboni, Fullerton, California - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Gerwin, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Harrington, Wayne, Nebraska - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Menes, San Pedro, California -

$10

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Murphy, Sparks - $10

Dr. and Mrs. John P. Myatt, La Puente, California - $25

Mrs. Viva E. Premo, Sparks - $5

Dr. and Mrs. James R. Seaman, Orinda, California - $5

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wood, Zephyr Cove - $100

Mr. and Mrs. Grant B. Youngs, Quincy, California - $50



Miscellaneous Gifts as follows:



Miss Donna Anderson, Reno - $50 to the College of Agri-

culture in memory of her father, Mr. Lawrence F. Anderson.



Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - $100 for the purchase of

equipment for the Anatomy Department given through the

Annual Giving Program of the Alumni Association.



Mrs. John Bell, Reno - $25 to the College of Agriculture

in memory of her father, Mr. Lawrence F. Anderson.



Dr. William Clapp, Reno - $25 to the Martin Luther King, Jr.

Fund.



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglass, Reno - $75 to the Basque Studies

Program in memory of Mr. Arthur Funk, Mrs. Marie Esain, Mr.

Victor Poulsen, Mr. Lovett Smith and Mrs. Anna Ginsburg.



State Bar Association, Reno - $100 to the Department of

Journalism.



Nevada Testing Laboratories, Ltd., Las Vegas - $50 to the

AIME Fund.



Mr. and Mrs. Sol Savitt, Reno - $500 to the Department of

Journalism.



Mr. Gary W. Speegle, Reno - museum skins of 20 species of

birds he collected at Lake Margaretta and Lake Zawi in

Ethiopia.



Sprout Engineers and Associates, Sparks - $75 to the Bixby-

Boardman Memorial Fund.



Mr. Myron Wall, Sacramento - a Kail plotter, estimated

value at $300, to the College of Agriculture.



Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

- power semi-conductor kits, estimated value of $2000, to

the Electrical Engineering Department.



Contributions to the Silas E. Ross, Jr. Pre-Medical Depart-

ment:



Mr. and Mrs. William H. Savage, Reno - $10



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Judge Cameron M. Batjer, Carson City - $150 the the Mabel

Mc Vicar Batjer Memorial Scholarship Fund.



Crown Zellerbach Foundation, San Francisco - $500 to an

upper division student in the Department of Journalism.



Dr. Albert J. De Mers, Sparks - $100 awarded to a student

in the Military Science Department.



Nevada Association of Medical Assistants - $200 awarded to

a student in the Orvis School of Nursing.



Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants, Reno - $200

to be awarded to a student enrolled in Business Administra-

tion and Accounting.



Northern Nevada School Food Service Association - $100

awarded to a student in the School of Home Economics.



Mrs. Frederika Otis Smith, New York City - $100 for use in

assisting Korean Music students.



Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sparks - $150 to a student in the

Military Science Department.



Mr. and Mrs. Geroge Wisham, Sr., Bakersfield, California -

$500 awarded to a student in the Military Science Depart-

ment in memory of their son, Lieutenant George Wisham, Jr.



Grants as follows:



FMC Corporation, Niagara Chemical Division, Richmond,

California - $500 for research on the control of alfalfa

weevil.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C. - $37,464 for a Biomedical Sciences Support grant.



National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C.



$58,600 for the support of research entitled "Cloud

Models for Weather Modification", under the direction

of Edwin Berry.



$16,330 for "Renovation of New Space for the Physics

Department", under the direction of Dr. George Barnes.



Nevada Heart Association, Reno - $3000 for cardiovascular

research.



Nevada Southern University



Library



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Las Vegas - books valued at

$40.20.



Las Vegas Board of Realtors, Las Vegas - $100



Order of Sons of Italy in America, Las Vegas - $250



Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Richardson, Las Vegas - $15 in memory

of Mr. John A. Carroll.



Mr. Richard J. Ronzone, Las Vegas - $10 in memory of Mr.

William Hotchkiss.



Southern Nevada Association of Life Underwriters, North

Las Vegas - $60



Library - In Honor of Bertha Ronzone:



Mr. and Mrs. Al J. Adams, Las Vegas - $20

Mr. Paul B. Adamsen, La Palma, California - $10

Mr. Paul A. Andersen, Los Angeles, California - $25

Mr. Mark W. Asper, Gardena, California - $10

Mr. Walter Bittner and Joe Fisher, Los Angeles - $10

Mr. Norton S. Bolin, Los Angeles, California - $15

Mr. G. W. Bromfield, San Mateo, California - $25

Mr. Len Bronstein, New York City - $75

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brott, Scottsdale, Arizona - a book

Mr. Bob Butt, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Harvey M. Cole, Los Angeles, California - $15

Mr. Arthur Coplan, Los Angeles, California - $10

Dale Sportswear of California, Gardena, California - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Daly, Jr., Eureka, California - $10

Mr. Robert Ender, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Jules Feingold, Los Angeles, California - $10

Miss Magdalene L. Foltz, Dallas, Texas - $15

Miss Miriam Gardiner and Mr. George Gardiner, Los

Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Frank Geller, New York City - $15

Mr. Bernie Gilbert, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Milton Glatt, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Kenneth Greer, New York City - $10

Mr. A. D. Guttman, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Jack Handford, Long Beach, California - 3 books

Mr. Maxim Housner, Los Angeles, California - $25

Mr. Fred W. Hecht, Los Angeles, California - $20

Mr. Hans Heineman, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Bernard Higgins, La Mirada, California - $10

Reg and Chris Hight, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Milton Hollander, Los Angeles, California - $25

Mr. Jack Jacobs, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. I. Jacobsen and Irving Jay, Los Angeles - $25

Mr. Geroge J. Jampolis, Los Angeles, California - $15

Mr. William Jeannelle, Lakewood, Colorado - $8

Mr. Ed Karcher and Mr. Jack Cutter, St. Louis, Missouri

- $25

Mr. Irvin S. Kaufman, Los Angeles, California - $25

K. C. Products Company, Incorporated, Los Angeles,

California - $20

Mr. W. I. Krohn, Pasadena, California - $10

Mr. Louis Levinson, New York City - $20

Mr. Louis Levy, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Robert L. Levy, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Jack Ludwick, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. S. G. Lutz, Los Angeles, California - a book

The Albert Mc Fadden Family, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. J. E. Mc Closkey, Los Angeles, California - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mahin, Stockton, California - $20

Mr. E. Mannie Marks, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mrs. Olga Menke, Los Angeles, California - $7.50

Mr. Don Merrill, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Gary D. Miller, Glendale, Arizona - $8

Mr. Lionel Milizner, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Bud Mozur, Los Angeles, California - $15

Mr. George Myers, Phoenix, Arizona - $10

Mr. Richard Myers, Whittier, California - $15

Mr. Sidney Newhouse, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Joe Odenberg, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. J. W. Penman, Redwood City, California - $10

Mr. Bert Perle, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mrs. M. W. Pomer, Dallas, Texas - $25

Mr. N. Ratner, San Diego, California - $25

Mr. Bernie Rubin, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mrs. Helen Rushforth, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Lawrence E. Russell, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. and Mrs. William Rutherford, Watsonville, Califor-

nia - $25

Mr. Lyle P. Salisbury, Ontario, California - $10

Mr. Joseph Schnal, San Francisco, California - $5

Mr. Herm Schnitz, Hollywood, California - $10

Mr. Dale E. Smith, Los Angeles, California - $10

Mr. Robert Smith, Lynn, Massachusetts - $10

Ida and Leo Stoffmacher and Arnold Simon, New York City

- $10

Mr. Earl Steele, Phoenix, Arizona - a book

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Webster, Los Angeles - $10

Mr. Julian Weidler, Napa, California - $5

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. White, Boulder City - $25

Mr. C. A. Widmer, Los Angeles, California - $15

Mr. Frank Williams and Reginald Gaylord, Vallejo,

California - $10

Mr. S. Joseph Zulli, Los Angeles, California - $20



Contributions to the Nevada Southern University Music

Concert Series:



Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. George

Holt, Las Vegas - $100



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Alpha Delta Kappa - Delta Chapter, Las Vegas - $100



Musicians Wives Club, Las Vegas - $100



Nevada Association of Medical Assistants, Las Vegas - $200



Chapter P of the PEO, Las Vegas - $200



Sunrise Hospital Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $3000



Contributions to the Performing Arts Center:



Dr. and Mrs. James Barger, Las Vegas - $1000

Dr. R. J. Browning, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cherry, Las Vegas - $250

Dr. and Mrs. John Di Fiore, Las Vegas - $250

Mr. Joseph M. George, Jr., Las Vegas - $250

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Houssels, Jr., Las Vegas - $2000

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Jones, Las Vegas - $350

Las Vegas Emblem Club, Las Vegas - $100

Mr. Robert Maheu, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tiberti, Las Vegas - $2000



Miscellaneous Gifts as follows:



AIME Women's Auxiliary, Las Vegas - $10 to the Department

of Planetarian Science and Engineering.



Mr. Harry Cobb, Las Vegas - music and books valued at $200

to the Music Department.



Mr. Don Ferrara, Las Vegas - library of orchestra music,

valued at $1500, to the Music Department.



Lawrence Radiation Laboratories, Mercury - a 12-inch

telescope.



Mrs. Alice Lindberg, Tucson, Arizona - 3 x-ray machines.



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

unanimously that the gifts and grants be accepted as listed

and the Secretary be requested to send notes of thanks to

the donors.



3. Report of Personnel Appointments



Chancellor Humphrey presented the following list of person-

nel appointments made during the previous month:



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA



ADMINISTRATION



Harry Lee Steinert, Assistant Registrar, for the fiscal

year 1968-69 - $9420 (replacement for D. K. Jessup)



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Richard E. Delmas, Graduate Research Assistant in Renewable

Natural Resources, for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $3750 (re-

placement for William Diebert)



Garvin E. Lorain, Graduate Research Assistant in Renewable

Natural Resources, for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $3750 (re-

placement for Karl Kipping)



David M. Morris, Graduate Research Assistant in Animal Sci-

ence, 3/4 time for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $4875 (re-

placement for Stephen Hannack)



Kenneth R. Riemer, Graduate Research Assistant in Renewable

Natural Resources, for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $3750

(replacement for Ben Zamora)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



David Byron Bibler, Graduate Assistant in English, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2900 (new position)



Trudy I. Dannan, Graduate Assistant in English, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Robert Ware)



James L. Gault, Graduate Assistant in English, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2700 (replacement for Thomas

Summers) (transferring from NSU)



Thomas R. Golbov, Departmental Manager in Physics, for the

fiscal year 1968-69 - $10,200 (new position)



Ruth Houghton, Lecturer in Anthropology, 1/2 time, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $4250 (partial replacement for Don

Fowler)



Edward Lanigar, Graduate Assistant in Biology, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement for Merry

Boardman)



Stanford M. Lyman, Associate Professor of Sociology, for

the academic year 1968-69 - $13,050 (replacement for Alex

Simirenko on leave without pay)



Charles Edward Stookey, Graduate Assistant in Health, P. E.

and Recreation, for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (un-

filled 1967-68 position)



Baldev K. Vig, Assistant Professor of Biology, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $9150 (unfilled 1967-68 position)



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Janet M. Abbott, Assistant Professor of Elementary Educa-

tion, for the academic year 1968-69 - $10,125 (new position)



Donald Lee Collins, Graduate Assistant in Secondary Educa-

tion, for the academic year 1968-69 - $2500 (replacement

for Janet Covington)



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Richard Nelson Schneider, Associate Professor of Mechanical

Engineering, for the academic year 1968-69 - $10,775 (re-

placement for E. A. Mc Kinnon)



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Carrol T. Nevin, Coordinator Police Officers Training

Program, for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $12,540 (new posi-

tion under Title I)



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Lottie Elizabeth Cairns, Associate Professor of Nursing,

for the fiscal year 1968-69 - $11,760 (open position)



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



David H. Baker, Lecturer in Education, Upward Bound

Program, March 27 to June 30, 1968 - $2397, and for the

fiscal year 1968-69 - $13,800 (new position, federal

funding)



COLLEGE OF GENERAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES



Ramon Jesse Martinez, Lecturer in Electronic Technology,

for the academic year 1968-69 - $11,100 (unfilled 1967-68

position)



COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES



Cynthia M. Cunningham, Instructor in English, for the

academic year 1968-69 - $6225 (new position)



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

without dissent that the report be accepted and the ap-

pointments be confirmed.



4. Approval of Check Registers



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the check

registers as submitted by the Office of the Business

Manager, U. N. (filed with permanent minutes).



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

without dissent that the check registers be approved as

submitted.



5. Approval of Transfer of Funds



Chancellor Humphrey presented the following transfer of

funds with his recommendation for approval:



#511 $4681.72 from Contingency Reserve, Instruction,

University of Nevada to Physical Plant, to provide

funds for the purchase of furniture for the Chan-

cellor's Office and purchase of furniture for the

Office of Administrative Vice President.



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

without dissent that the fund transfer be approved as

recommended.



6. Fee Waivers (or Scholarships) for Widows of Military

Personnel



Chancellor Humphrey submitted a proposal from President

Miller which would provide fee waivers or scholarships

for widows of military personnel and requested President

Miller to present the details for consideration by the

Board.



President Miller outlined the proposal which would provide

either a fee waiver or scholarship for each semester that

Nevada resident widows of military personnel attend the

University for a maximum of 36 months of full-time attend-

ance. The benefit would remain effective up to 36 months

as long as the widow does not remarry and may be claimed

at any time during a period of 8 years from the decedent's

date of death.



President Miller stated that there were no scholarship

funds available for this purpose at present but antici-

pated that such funds may become available in the future.



Mr. Grant suggested that this fee waiver provision be

extended to both Campuses. It was noted that this

proposal had originated on the University of Nevada Campus

and had not been referred to the NSU faculty. Chancellor

Humphrey suggested that NSU's faculty be given the op-

portunity to consider this policy.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Dr. White, carried with-

out dissent that fee waivers, or scholarships if such

funds become available, be provided for widows of military

personnel for a maximum of 36 months of full-time attend-

ance, without reference to number of hours, with this fee

waiver to be applicable to both Campuses if subsequently

approved by the NSU faculty.



7. Report of Investment Advisory Committee Meeting of

May 11, 1968



Dr. Lombardi presented the minutes of the Investment

Advisory Committee meeting of May 11, 1968, as follows:



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

Travis Student Union. Present were: Public member Mr.

Julius Bergen; Board members Louis E. Lombardi, M. D.,

Procter R. Hug, Jr., Mrs. Molly Knudtsen, Mr. Paul

Mc Dermott and Mr. Thomas G. Bell. Representing First

National Bank of Nevada were Mr. R. O. Kwapil, Vice

President and Senior Trust Officer and Mr. Walter D.

Bradley, Trust Officer. Also present was Chancellor Neil

D. Humphrey.



The Committee reviewed the report dated May 7, 1968 to the

Committee which included a review of the investment port-

folio as of May 1, 1968. Mr. Bradley commented that in

his opinion the portfolio was in good shape as a result

of previously authorized and executed buys and sells.



The Committee reviewed the attached investment recommenda-

tions for the sale and purchases of certain bonds and

securities. They also read the attached memorandum dated

May 9, 1968 from Dr. Weems to Mr. Humphrey. Mr. Bergen

recommended against the proposed sale of Union Carbide

stock. It was moved by Mrs. Knudtsen, seconded by Mr.

Mc Dermott, that all purchases and sales be made as recom-

mended by First National Bank except that the Union Carbide

stock would not be sold and the difference would come from

the sale of Treasury Bills.



The Committee reviewed the Bank's statement on assets re-

ceived from the estate of Anna Lander Mc Donnell which

are to be added to the agency as of May 24, 1968. The Bank

has recommended the holding of all stocks except those of

the Pullman Corporation. Mr. Bergen recommended that the

Bank's recommendation be followed except that the Pullman

Corporation stocks also be held. The Committee agreed by

consensus to the recommendation of the Bank, as modified

by Mr. Bergen's suggestion and also agreed that the Bank

should proceed to buy odd lots to round out all holdings

of the Anna Lander Mc Donnell account before adding it

to the endowment fund agency. To accomplish this, the

following stocks have to be purchased: 140 shares of

Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 15 shares of Pullman Corporation,

4 shares of Sears Roebuck & Co., and 202 shares of Standard

Oil Co. of New Jersey.



Mr. Kwapil reported that the tentative agreement reached

by the Board of Directors of the Clay Peters Building

Corporation with the management of Joseph Magnin Corpora-

tion had not been consummated and the lease was not

executed and the store portion of the building is now

vacant. There will be no further distribution of income

from the Building Corporation nor salary for Directors

paid until such time as a lease has been executed and

earnings again start.



The meeting adjourned at 1:20 P.M.



Neil D. Humphrey

Secretary to the Committee



Chancellor Humphrey recommended confirmation of the

Committee's action.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, car-

ried without dissent that the action of the Investment

Advisory Committee be confirmed.



8. Proposal to Establish a Department of Counseling and

Guidance Personnel Services, College of Education, U. N.



President Miller presented a recommendation from the College

of Education that a Department of Counseling and Guidance

Personnel Services be established within the College of

Education. He noted that the creation of the new Depart-

ment will involve no additional staff or expenditure of

funds not already budgeted for the coming year through

the Department of Secondary Education.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the proposal.



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

without dissent that a Department of Counseling and

Guidance Personnel Services be established within the

College of Education, U. N.



9. Small Schools Facilities Planning Center, U. N.



President Miller presented a proposal that the Small

Schools Facilities Planning Center be designated as the

College of Education Research and Planning Center. This

modification of title also involves an expansion of func-

tion of this Center. (A detailed proposal of the scope,

objectives and organization of the Planning Center is

filed with the permanent minutes.)



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the proposal,

effective July 1, 1968.



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

dissent that the modification of title and expansion of

function of the Center be approved as requested and effec-

tive July 1, 1968, it be designated the College of Educa-

tion Research and Planning Center.



10. English A



Chancellor Humphrey reviewed the earlier action of the

Board approving a transfer of English A from General Uni-

versity Extension to the English Department of each Uni-

versity, effective July 1, 1968. At that time the Board

specified that the $54 registration fee for English A be

deposited in a special fund on each Campus and the teaching

and administrative costs paid from that fund. It further

specified that as of July 1, 1968, no charges would be made

against this fund except for this purpose and if a surplus

accumulates in the fund it will be expended only for the

improvement of instruction of English A on each Campus.



Chancellor Humphrey further noted that it was important

that each of the Universities have a working capital with

which to begin the English A Program on their Campuses in

the Fall and recommended that $2000 be transferred to each

of the Campuses from existing English A Fund (1-12-3011).

He also recommended that the remaining balance of $21,000

in the English A Fund be transferred to the Off-Campus

Programs for subsidy purposes.



In response to a suggestion from Mr. Grant that the English

A Fund remain intact, Chancellor Humphrey spoke of the need

for extra support in Off-Campus Programs, noting that this

area cannot be developed adequately as a completely self-

supporting operation because of the limited enrollment in

the less populated areas. He noted that many programs and

courses are important to these smaller areas and should be

subsidized to allow offering even when they do not "break

even" by registration. He also stated that he believed he

was following the Board's earlier instructions to find

non-appropriated money for this purpose.



There was discussion of earlier action by the Board in re-

moving the extra fee for English A beginning in the Fall

of 1969 and requesting the Legislature to fund the program.



There was an expression of concern that the surplus in

English A Fund might be better spent in upgrading English A

Programs. However, Chancellor Humphrey noted that suffi-

cient funds are available in the Estimative Budgets for the

English A Programs in 1968-69 academic year and that there

is insufficient money from non-appropriation sources to

provide subsidy for Off-Campus Programs.



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

dissent that the transfers of funds be made as recommended

by the Chancellor; i. e., $2000 from English A (1-01-3011)

to each University and the remaining balance to the Off-

Campus Programs.



11. Resident Hall Damage Deposit, U. N.



President Miller presented a recommendation that, effective

with the Fall semester, 1968, a $10 residence hall damage

deposit be required at the University of Nevada. The state-

ment of policy governing such deposit is as follows:



(1) A $10 deposit will be paid upon registration. This

deposit will be held until the student's termination

of on-campus residence for the academic year or

Summer Session. The deposit will be used to defray

repair costs which arise from danages other than

normal wear and tear.



(2) Damage charges will be assessed as follows:



(a) Common Use Areas - Damage occurring in common

use areas such as main lounges, elevators, stair-

wells, hall offices, etc. will be charged pro

rata against all residents; i. e., damage repair

cost divided by the number of residents currently

residing in the hall.



(b) Specific Areas - Damage occurring in specific

areas such as floor corridors, floor lounges or

lobbies, bathrooms, etc. will be charged to

occupants of that floor only; i. e., damage

repair cost divided by residents currently

residing on that floor where damage occurred.



(3) The Office of Auxiliary Enterprises will maintain a

general journal of all expenses and charge assess-

ments. All accounts will be adjusted at the end of

each month. An exact accounting of any individual's

deposit balance will be available at any time.



(4) The unused balance of individual deposits will be

refunded upon termination of on-campus residence for

the academic year or Summer Session.



(5) Any damage that can be traced directly to an individ-

ual or individuals in the residence hall will be

charged separately from the $10 deposit fee.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the deposit and

the policy statement.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



12. Communication from University of Nevada Faculty



Chancellor Humphrey presented, for information, a communi-

cation from the University of Nevada Faculty Senate, trans-

mitted through President Miller with a request that it be

presented to the Board of Regents. The communication con-

cerned the following motion passed by the University of

Nevada Undergraduate Council at its meeting on April 1,

1968:



The Undergraduate Council notes with appreciation

the action of the Board of Regents on April 13, 1968,

relative to the ROTC Program at the University of

Nevada. We wish to commend the Regents for adopting

a policy that substantially modified the requirements

for male students and moves toward a voluntary program.

We believe that is an important step in the right

direction and that it will do much to reduce the

controversy that has surrounded the ROTC Program in

recent years.



13. ROTC Option Detail Review



Chancellor Humphrey reviewed the action of the Board of

Regents at its April meeting in approving the principle 4

options under the ROTC Program with a request that specific

details for implementing the options be returned to the

Board when developed. President Miller then presented

outlines of the 4 options, noting that I and II are now

being pursued for possible implementation during the next

academic year, whereas, options III and IV have been

developed to the point, that they will be available by

the Fall semester. (Detail of the options filed in perma-

nent minutes.)



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

out dissent that the options as presented by President

Miller be approved.



14. Progress Report on Administrative Reorganization



Chancellor Humphrey stated that final report from the Ad

Hoc Committee on Administrative Reorganization should be

ready at the July meeting. He noted that some recommenda-

tions have already been made by the Committee and it will

meet again during the month of June and hopefully a final

report can be prepared and the Committee can then be

discharged.



15. Candidates for Graduation



President Miller presented the following candidates for

graduation on June 1, 1968 from the University of Nevada.

These students have been approved by the faculty of each

College and School concerned.



RENO CAMPUS



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Associate of Science in Agriculture



Browning, Robert William

Heitman, Dennis Otto, Jr.

Hill, Jon Arnold



Bachelor of Science in Agriculture



Alberti, Terry Rolf

Aldaya, George William

Alfonso, Daniel

Bidart, Mitchell James

Day, Howard Matthew

*2 Forbush, Maxine Emma Jane

Giovacchini, David Gino

Larraneta, Martin Joe

Martin, Leslie Jewell

Moura, Thomas Anthony

Neff, Paul Elwyn

Paulus, Charles Edward

Rohwer, Gary Lamont

Sebbas, Leo Vic, Jr.

*1 Shane, Ronald Lane

Smith, Michael Kyle



Associate of Arts in Home Economics



Mc Donough, Patricia Ruth

Thompson, Russell Williams

Triolo, Genevieve Eloise



Bachelor of Science in Home Economics



Cook, Jane Ann

Foremaster, Kaye

Giossi, Linda Jean

*2 Guild, Monica Viola

Guisti, Jean Frances

Hasperis, Martha Ann

Martin, Mara Lea Janetta

Pagni, Loretta Viola

Read, Marsha Hendrickson



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Bachelor of Arts



Abbott, David Wayne

Anderson, Sarah Kathryn

*2 Bagley, Mary Theresa

Barnewitz, Mary Libbey

Basso, Clarence David

Bayer, Arthur Julius, Jr.

Bayer, Merry Ann Ritterby

Bilyeu, Byron Lee

Bliss, Elizabeth Carpenter

Brown, William Michael

Browne, Ardyth Annette

Burns, Terence Peter

Carlson, Gail Amanda

Copsey, Robert Douglas

Corica, Mary Nell

Costa, Marilyn Louise

Cox, John Martin

Dannan, Trudy Irene

Dayton, Ronald Orrin

De Costa, Frederick William, Jr.

*1 Dennison, Karen Denise

Dixon, Richard Michael

Douglass, John Joseph

Dybowski, Maryann Lillian

Eastman, James Earl

Evans, Maxwell Manley

Fiek, Peter

Firestone, David Allen

Fisk, Loretta Lindgren

Foster, Robert Amis, II

*3 Gaffey, Patrick John

Garland, Rosemarie

Gash, Roger Clark

Geertsema, Vicki Jeanne

Gehr, Denton Smith, II

Gomes, Ronald James

Gratt, George Udo

Hammaker, Robert George

Hawkins, Mitchell Reed

Hayes, Carl Eugene, Jr.

Hixson, Mary Lee

Hirsch, Carey Cay

Higgins, Lester James, Jr.

Hughes, Thomas Edward

Hutton, Thomas Joseph, II

Jesse, Mildred Jenkins

Jones, Dale Elizabeth

Kautz, Freddie John

Key, Christopher Scott

Korth, Max Blain

Lak, Julianne Marie

Lewis, Marshall Emmett

Malloy, Michael Emmett

Mancuso, Denne Joseph

March, Theodor Malcolm, Jr.

Marriott, Ronald Lee

Mathews, Rosemary Olsen

Maupin, Alvin Bill

Mc Cann, Candace Hayler

Mc Evoy, Thomas Edward

Mc Gee, Lilian Kay

Mc Quaid, Robert Alan, Jr.

Miltenberger, Patricia Kay

Morrison, Mary Margaret

Nash, Emily Carpenter

*1,3 Newbrough, Michael Gene

Neilsen, Linda Diane

Norwood, Linda Derelle

Parker, Robert Thomas

Pearce, Sandra Karan

Petronzi, Maryellen Drake

Phoenix, David D., III

Pickings, William Dale

Pitts, Curtis De Ette, Jr.

Pitts, Suzanne Catherine

Plambeck, Janet Gail

Powell, Barbara Carol

Ralf, Judith Ann

Rardin, Richard Arthur

Redican, Frederick Lawrence

Roberts, David D.

Roberts, Frank Harold

Ronan, Terrance Allen

Russell, Darlene Syble

Schlesinger, Mary Ryan

Silverman, Pamela Alice

Sleeper, William Keith

Smith, Andrew Gustavous

Specchio, Richard Kenneth

Stephenson, William Michael

Strosnider, Jan Delele

Taylor, Barbara Ann Mc Glade

Trattles, Beverly Anne

Triszczuk, Stefanija

Tullis, Patricia

Urmston, John Dennett, Jr.

Vlautin, Peter Paul, III

Wagner, Jacqueline Ann

*2 Wangsness, Jeanne Annette

*1,3 Weatherford, Michael Stephen

West, Alfred Preston

Whitley, Charlene Kay

Williams, Jane Murphree

Williams, Joann Marie

Williamson, Lorna Dianne

Wilson, Mina Jeanne

Wooser, Joellen

Zive, Frances Alice



Bachelor of Arts in Journalism



Barnica, Barbara Jean

Herz, Lillian Clare

Jennings, Jennifer Ann

Mc Gimsey, Candice Sue

Nelson, James Arthur

Ostroff, Bonne Anne



Bachelor of Science



Alvarado-Durfee, Gaspar E.

Bair, Gary Grant

Ball, John Heath, Jr.

Barcellos, Terrance Dean

Beardsley, Thomas Dayton

Behr, Maryann

Bosze, Wayne Paul

Brendle, Michael William

Brouner, Greg Allen

Cameron, John Andrew

Cirurgiao, Maria Julia

Crown, George Thomas

Dale, Ronald Bruce

Elorza, Louis Paul

Fogel, Martin Mark, Jr.

Fordham, Catherine

*2 Garaventa, Ellen Marie

Harris, David Glenn

Hornbeck, David Arthur

Keith, Paul Ellsworth, III

Klamm, Philip Henry

Lanigar, Edward Freeman

Luchetti, Frank John

Lymbery, Cheryl Rose

Meadows, Hal Leslie

Mills, John William

Muth, Martin William

Nesmith, Mary Eugenia

Oliver, Richard Ross

Pelligrini, Steven William

Powell, Katharine Louise

Reimers, Ernest Jay

Rippetoe, Donna Rae

Sala, Michael Lewis

Sargent, Pamela Gay

Seher, Jacob Scott

Shelksohn, Oliver Walter

Traverso, Louis William

Wallace, Bruce James

*1,4 Wallace, Mark Duane

Watson, Lura Frances

Widell, Philip Michael

Wray, James Harvey, III

Ziegler, Jacqueline Sue



Bachelor of Science in Chemistry



*2 Lawrence, Mary Evalyn

Marchant, Wayne Nelson

Zelayeta, Joseph Michael



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Associate of Science in Secretarial Science



Canady, Janice Lynn

Garaventa, Karen Ann

Lawrence, Marcia Lynne

Southard, Jonette Carol

Watters, Patricia Ann



Bachelor of Arts



Garske, Richard Donald



Bachelor of Science in Business Administration



Anderson, Grant Draper, Jr.

Arosteguy, Daniel Jean

Beckett, Riley Michael

Blake, Jeffery Donner

Burgess, James David

Carter, Raymond Charles, Jr.

Chism, David Gardner

Christensen, Jack Albert

De Witt, Clinton Cecil, III

Doyle, Kevin Cyril

English, Carol Anne

Fiore, Natale Louis

Fleming, Terry Lowell

Flynn, Dennis Owen

Granata, Archie Joseph

Guernsey, Robert Alan

Hancock, John Charles

Harrison, Kenneth Leigh

Jacobsen, Richard Louis

Kurtz, Alan Earl

Laucirica, Gene Edward

Lauck, Mary Beth

Lemons, John Steve

Lewis, David Edwin

Lynch, William Joseph, Jr.

Maupin, Ernest Justin, III

Mc Cance, Michael Donovan

Mc Laughlin, Thomas Eugene

Meriweather, Robert Kieth

Mikkelson, Richard Louis, Jr.

Miller, Steven Walter

Ormachea, Thomas Frank

Owen, Gary Nolen

Pantell, David Carl

Parsons, Harry Owen

Peraldo, Ronald Louis

Priddy, James Robert

Radcliffe, Ronald James

Robison, Thomas Earl

Sanders, Cathy Jo

Scarff, James Howard

Scott, David Harry

Sewell, Mark Sherman

Sommers, Michael Charles

Spicer, Sara Eleanor

Srifuengfung, Chainarong

Stovak, Robert Eugene

Sunderlin, Guy Alexander

Swanson, Kennth Charles

Wade, Leif Albert

Waidell, Barbara Frances

Watkins, Deems Christopher

Weyant, Donald Eugene

Whipple, Warner William

Winchell, David Murray

Yasuda, Roberta Jeanne



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Bachelor of Arts in Education



Billings, Jeanne Marie

Breckenridge, Marilynn Frances

*3 Crawford, Donald Elliott

Day, Delores Ferreira

*2 Earl, Helen

Marriott, Callie De Monte

Mc Carthy, Jacqueline Lauris

Olson, Jeanne Lucinda

Rodriguez, Suzanne Mc Donald

Schoenberger, George Arthur

Trimble, Robert Allen

Weber, Sandra Lee

White, Sandra Anne

Williams, Patricia Jean



Bachelor of Science in Education



Affleck, Thera Lynn

Alberti, Junean Gourley

Ankers, Leslie Ann

Babbs, Frankie Miller

Bacon, Nancy Lynn

Baker, Jo Lynn

Bell, Frances Lucille

Bennett, James Edward

Bricker, Elizabeth Jane

Brown, Paula Kay

Campbell, Joan Susan

Cansdale, Richard White

Carpenter, Carol Jean

Clements, Shirley Mae

Condon, John Shelley

De La Mare, Carol Elizabeth

Dondero, Carolyn Anne

Erquiaga, Bonnie Joan

Fox, Elizabeth Ann

Geyer, Cynthia Ann

Gianopulos, Deloris Munson

Haggerty, John Leo

Hansen, Stephen Gordon

Hart, Jerry Lee

Havrilla, Anne Marie

Hay, Sandra Lee

Hughes, Marcelle Sterling

Inman, Barbra Jean

Irish, Marilyn Gay

Jacobs, Nancy Ruth

Jones, Fauneal Zoe

Jones, Karel Louise

Kaylor, Stephan Albert

Kidder, Michael Lee

Kuhles, Billie Louise

Leao, Orville Sidney, Jr.

Leary, Suzanne Paula

Lee, Pamela Jeanne

Lehman, Londa Lorelle

Lehman, Rhonda Joanelle

Leonard, Katherine

Madigan, Joseph Patrick

Marshall, Larae Elizabeth

Marvel, Sharon Lynn

Mashburn, Dorothy Montgomery

Milligan, Hayley Langford

Muller, Marjorie Liggett

Nickerson, Bruce Wayne

Ohliger, Susan Noelle

Precissi, Patricia Gwen

Roberts, Carol Beth

Rook, Edward Baron

Rowe, Mardelle Marie

Ryan, James Mathew

Salvadorini, Donna Marie

Sara, Isadore, III

Sawyer, Laeta Lynne

Scheuller, Paula Phillips

Sharp, Jeanne Marie

Shreve, Sheila Rose

Slagle, Michael Laurence

Smith, Carolyn Judith

Smith, Cathryn Ann

Smith, Sandra Ann

Suhr, Kathleen Ann

Suter, Frances Bernadette

Taylor, David Eugene

Unger, Donna Margaret

Vanderschoot, Kathleen Ruth

Van Emmerik, Karen Rose

Warren, Roger Floyd

Watts, Donna Yini

Williams, Ruth Blaser

Williamson, Larry Merlin

Winchell, Rena Marie

Wold, Nancy Jane

Wright, Marlene

Yenetskie, Lenore Virginia



Education Specialist Certificate



Lienau, Ronald Charles

Meister, William August



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Associate of Science in Electronics Technology



Fritz, Ovlan, Jr.

Taylor, Wallace Ashby

Wilson, Austin Earle



Associate of Science in Engineering Design Technology



Deloney, Robert M.

Jones, Casey Marty

Klann, David Alan

Mc Gowman, Barbara Zubetz



Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering



Engle, William Eugene

Faunce, John Roger

Franklin, Paul Blair

Gardella, Bruce Raymond

Hernandez, Leland Francis

Mc Culloch, Gary Eugene

Murin, Joseph Louis

Rackley, Ira Stanley

Stephens, Thomas Edward



Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering



Barrett, Gary Glenn

Best, David Robert

Eddy, Paul Douglas

Graves, Terrance Russell

Gray, Michael Allen

Gupta, Rash Bihari

Hahn, Michael Kirby

Lee, Ronald Lloyd

Way, Frank Patch



Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science



Lafontan, John Donald

Turney, Dail Edward



Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering



Aujla, Jasbir Singh

Mc Innis, Patrick Michael

Watkins, Barry Comstock



SCHOOL OF MINES



Bachelor of Science in Geology



Duff, James Kenneth

Flood, Raymond Edward, Jr.

Friberg, Robert Stephen

Paul, Richard Ralph



Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering



Schroeder, Charles Warren



Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering



Arentz, Samuel Shaw, III

Grisel, Gene Lloyd

Taylor, William John



SCHOOL OF NURSING



Bachelor of Science in Nursing



Hammond, Patricia Laura

Hunt, Nancy Laird

Marks, Mildred Ann

Mc Connell, Margaret Ann

Ramacciotti, Karen Costa

Talley, Sandra Lee

Taylor, Jacqueline Deloris

Van Tassel, Pamela

Welsch, Dianne



GRADUATE SCHOOL



Master of Arts



Fawcett, James Charles

Phillips, Melvin Lee

Reinheller, Bonita Ellen

Russell, Tom Sawyer

Summers, Thomas J.

Townley, John Mark

Ware, Robert Gorton



Master of Business Administration



Dain, Jo Anne Garwood

Gebhardt, Charles William

Mauldin, Glen Neil



Master of Education



Butler, Roy Donald

Cooper, Cleo Edwards

Covington, Janet Beatty

Fee, Thomas Stephen

Fiebiger, Leo Joseph

Frost, John Roger

Howton, William Joel

Mussatti, David James

Neill, Samuel Snelson

Peters, Van Alvin

Pintar, Michael

Stanley, Leon Ray

Talso, Rudolph John



Master of Music



Stull, Susanne La Tourette



Master of Science



Anderson, David Vincent

Atcheson, Donald Brent

Berney, Peter Allen

Breese, Charles Reagan, Jr.

Brennan, Peter Anderson

Buoy, Laun Jim

Cole, Norman James

Deibert, William Jerry

Garside, Larry Joe

Hammack, Stephen Paul

Haskett, Philip Roy

Hussain, Syed Bashir

Jackey, William Bardwell

James, Alvin Ray

Kipping, Karl La Von

Longwell, Chester Robert

Mallen, Steven Charles

Meyer, Glenn Walter

Payne, Benjamin Reid

Rai, Vijal Narain

Simmons, George Leroy

Stanley, Alohn Frank

Voskuil, Walter Gillespie

Walter, Laurence Everett

White, William David

Woody, Jack Bryan

Woodyard, Jack Ramon

Zamora, Benjamin Abel



Doctor of Philosophy



Glass, James Clifford

Herber, Lawrence J.

Howell, Thomas James



Geological Engineer



Glenn, Robert Jerrell



*1 Graduated with High Distinction

*2 Graduated with Distinction

*3 Graduated with Honors

*4 Gold Medal Award



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

without dissent that the above listed students be approved

for graduation as of June 1, 1968 with the degrees as

listed.



President Moyer presented the following candidates for

graduation on June 3, 1968 from Nevada Southern University.

These students have been approved by the Schools concerned.



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



SCHOOL OF BUSINESS



Allen, Steven William B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Brand, Torris M. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Brauer, Richard Ellsworth B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Britton, Nancy Ann B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Bush, Thomas E. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Caponetto, Albert V., Jr. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Carder, Douglas G. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Clark, Michael Anthony B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Guffey, Jerome Robert B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Hager, Dennis Frederick B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Hirschhorn, Peter M. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Hubbs, Frederick Ernest B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Hughes, Reginald L. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Husmann, Janet B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Imboden, Lucien Elliott B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Jessen, Viola M. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Jilbert, Lester Charles B. S. in Bus. Adm.

King, Barton L. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Leis, Arthur G. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Leonis, Nick B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Menzel, Mary Ann B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Murphy, Raymond M. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Parry, Robert A. B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Rose, James Dee B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Stevens, Robert Arden B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Vallance, John Edward B. S. in Bus. Adm.

Woodruff, Jade Leo B. S. in Bus. Adm.



Baucom, Bobby G. M. B. A.

Everson, Calvin Richard M. B. A.

Neilson, Marian Edith M. B. A.

Rabenhorst, Arthur L. M. B. A.



SCHOOL OF EDUCATION



Armstrong, Terrence L. B. S. in Education

Bliss, Mary Catherine B. S. in Education

Borders, Judith Ann B. S. in Education

Campione, Charles Joseph B. S. in Education

Christian, Patricia Ann B. S. in Education

Cox, Owen Shelby B. S. in Education

Crow, Diana Lee B. S. in Education

Davis, Donna Dae B. S. in Art

Demman, Ray J. B. S. in Education

Dillingham, Patricia Hamm B. S. in Education

Dunn, Kelvin Don B. S. in Education

Fitzpatrick, Myrtle Dayle B. A. in Education

Fullman, Jeffery L. B. A. in Education

Houston, Jack Sam B. S. in Education

Jaeger, Janet Joan B. A. in Education

Jeffery, Clara Marie B. S. in Education

Keele, Edla Humphrey B. S. in Education

Knowles, Richard Paul B. S. in Education

Levitt, Phyllis M. B. S. in Education

Mc Larney, Edward F. B. A. in Education

Morris, Elizabeth Anne B. A. in Education

Ostrowski, William E. B. A. in Education

Pruitt, Richard Arthur B. S. in Education

Rather, Theresa Pearce B. S. in Education

Rebentisch, Ardyth S. B. S. in Education

Reese, Leslie Linder B. S. in Education

Rodela, Stephen Anthony B. S. in Education

Vogel, Gail Anne B. A. in Education

Warrington, Judy Ilene B. S. in Education

Western, Mary Doty B. S. in Education



Carter, Dorothy T. M. Ed.

George, William Seth M. Ed.

Keopsell, Barbara E. M. Ed.

Mc Kinley, Kenneth M. M. Ed.

Mc Lay, Ivan R. M. Ed.

Mitchell, Georgia Ellen M. Ed.

Paulin, Richard W. M. Ed.

Snyder, Joan Francis M. A.

Triner, Allan M. M. Ed.



SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS



Davenport, Janet Anne B. A.

Kenne, John Leroy B. A.

Pomeroy, James Larry B. A.

Taylor, Marshal Antony B. A.



SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES



Armstrong, Diana Gail B. A.

Burgan, Robert Neal B. A.

Cochran, Margaret Naomi B. A.

Rodrigues, Meredith Kay B. A.

Thomas, Nancy Jane B. A.

Thomason, Robert Charles B. A.

Wilson, Jo Ann Hardy B. A.



Cunningham, Cynthia W. M. A.

Hamill, Kathleen Broer M. A.

Womble, Jacqueline M. A.



SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Boyd, David Allen B. S.

Coplin, Margaret Ann B. S.

Earl, Bari Roberts B. S. in Chemistry

Halko, Gary John B. S.

Ivy, Charles W. B. A.

James, Carol Jeanne B. A.

Kirchhoff, Robert Thomas B. S.

O'Farrell, Michael John B. S.

Payme, William L. B. S.

Pribble, Dennis Lynn B. S.

Wells, Mary Helen B. A.

Williams, William Kent B. S.



Clark, Ralph Eugene M. S.

Espinosa, Fernando, Jr. M. S.

La Bounty, James F. M. S.

Moore, Kenneth S. M. S.



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Bellanti, Robert B. A.

Bohlander, Fred L. B. A.

Buchanan, Linda Joan B. A.

Clark, George L., Jr. B. A.

Di Vicino, Angela Marie B. A.

Gans, Eugene James B. A.

Kozak, Anita Marie B. A.

Peterson, E. Anne B. A.

Recce, Celia Gail B. A.

Sam, Frank, Jr. B. A.

Williams, Fred Laurence B. A.

Wilson, Leonard A., II B. A.

Yoho, Blaine Thomas B. A.



Bertola, Donna Theresa A. A. in Nursing

Blanchard, Patricia Ann A. A. in Nursing

Blue, Eloise V. A. A. in Nursing

Broadway, Vivian E. A. A. in Nursing

Bumgarner, Betty A. A. in Nursing

Cunningham, Gail Annette A. A. in Nursing

Edgar, Jon Renee A. A. in Nursing

Fredericks, Ninette A. A. A. in Nursing

Harris, Carol Fay A. A. in Nursing

Hinderliter, Doris M. A. A. in Nursing

Hilton, Dorothy Fischer A. A. in Nursing

Kingstedt, Carol Ann A. A. in Nursing

Nelson, Virginia Kay A. A. in Nursing

Neville, Kathleen Jane A. A. in Nursing

O'Brien, Bonnie Kay A. A. in Nursing

Pollock, Rosella A. A. in Nursing

Schubert, Susan L. A. A. in Nursing

Wagner, Sarah Marie A. A. in Nursing

Wright, Linfa Riza A. A. in Nursing



Mc Ninch, Mason Henry, III A. S. in Electronics



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

without dissent that the above listed students be approved

for graduation as of June 3, 1968 with the degrees as

listed.



16. Physical Examination for Student Teachers



Chancellor Humphrey requested that this matter be further

tabled until the July 13 meeting of the Board. President

Miller noted that lack of time between the May 11 Board

meeting, at which this matter was originally introduced

and tabled, and the date for mailing of the agenda for

the May 31 Board meeting had prevented the assembling of

necessary material.



Dr. Anderson suggested that a provision be made in the

policy statement that the student would be responsible

(and would pay for) his physical examination.



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

out dissent that the matter be further tabled.



17. Proposed Lease Agreement for Equipment for the Laboratory

of Atmospheric Physics, DRI



Chancellor Humphrey reported that the DRI has requested

authorization to lease, with an option to purchase, certain

weather instruments for use in the Elko Weather Modifica-

tion Project at an estimated cost of $8981.36. This agree-

ment covers the period from November 1967 through June 1968

and reflects a monthly rental rate of $1122.68.



Dr. Squires stated that the delay in processing this lease

agreement was caused by uncertainty in funding by the

Bureau of Reclamation and it was not until the middle of

January 1968 that information was received concerning the

FY 68 funds.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval of the lease

agreement as proposed.



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

out dissent that the proposed lease agreement for weather

instruments be approved as recommended.



18. Proposal for Change in Name of the Laboratory of Environ-

mental Patho-Physiology



Chancellor Humphrey presented a recommendation from Dr.

Squires that the Laboratory of Environmental Patho-

Physiology be designated as the "Health Sciences Research

Center" effective immediately. It was noted that Drs.

Smith and Licata had originally requested the change in

name to suggest a more multi-disciplinary approach which

would facilitate the acquisition of funding through re-

search grants.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

out dissent that the Laboratory of Environmental Patho-

Physiology be designated as the "Health Sciences Research

Center", effective immediately.



19. Proposal for Optional Insurance Coverage for Faculty and

Staff



President Miller presented a recommendation from the Uni-

versity of Nevada Faculty Senate that an accidental death

and dismemberment policy be approved as optional insurance

coverage for faculty and staff. Details of a plan written

by Insurance Company of North America was submitted (filed

in permanent minutes).



Chancellor Humphrey noted that this is a 100% self-financed

plan which requires no University expenditure and he recom-

mended approval of the proposal.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that an accidental death and dismember-

ment policy be approved as optional insurance coverage for

faculty and staff.



20. Request for Easement, NSU



President Moyer presented a request for approval of the

granting of an easement to the Nevada Power Company to

provide for power service to the new Buildings and Grounds

Facility at Nevada Southern University.



Chancellor Humphrey noted that the easement has been

checked by the Plant Engineer at NSU and found to be

satisfactory. He recommended approval.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the easement be approved as recom-

mended.



21. Award of Bids



Mr. Pine reported that the following bids had been received

for air conditioning improvements in the Max C. Fleischmann

College of Agriculture building, U. N.



Nevada Sheet Metal $4677

Washoe Sheet Metal $4751

Advance Metal Products $6240

Riverside Sheet Metal $6828



Mr. Pine recommended the contract be awarded to Nevada Sheet

Metal in the amount of $4677 with the funds to come from

Federal sources.



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

without dissent that the bid of Nevada Sheet Metal be

accepted and the contract drawn to accomplish the work.



22. Subsidy for Stead Auxiliary Enterprises, 1967-68



President Miller spoke of the operating deficit for Stead

Campus Auxiliary Enterprises for the current year totaling

in excess of $43,000. He noted that this deficit was

anticipated and recalled that it was discussed by the

Board of Regents a year ago at the time estimative budgets

were adopted. President Miller stated that although the

level of activity at Stead is increasing on a regular basis,

it has not yet reached a point where the auxiliary enter-

prises operation is fully self-supporting.



Chancellor Humphrey stated that the under-utilization of

the available dormitory and dining facilities, and the

assessment of these facilities for operation of the plant,

resulted in a deficit of $43,695.64 as of April 9, 1968.

This amount includes an opening deficit of $23,557.10

carried forward from FY 1966-67 and the total deficit as

of June 30, 1968 is expected to reach $50,000.



He recommended that in order to fund this deficit, the

following transfers be made to Stead Auxiliary Enterprises

Funds:



$33,552 from unappropriated surplus of University

Village (1-22-4001), U. N.; and



$16,448 from the Board of Regents Special Projects

Fund (1-51-4056).



Mr. Humphrey noted that major economies are being effected

in the operation of Buildings and Grounds at Stead and

have reduced the potential deficit for 1967-68 to a calcu-

lated "break even" operation in 1968-69. He said, however,

that Buildings and Grounds services to all areas of Stead

will be minimal and will undoubedly be found unsatisfactory

to many users, but there is no acceptable alternative

available at this time.



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

without dissent that the recommended transfers be approved

to fund the deficit in the Stead Auxiliary Enterprises

Fund.



23. Medical School Feasibility Estimative Budget



Chancellor Humphrey reported that an estimative budget for

1968-69 for the completion of the Medical School Feasibility

Study has been developed and reflects a total requested

authorized expenditure of $49,600, of which $9600 will be

provided by grants or contracts already received. Addi-

tional major grants for this purpose have not materialized.



He noted that the University is committed to the completion

of this study and its presentation to Governor Laxalt and

the 1969 Legislature. He recommended that in order to

provide the additional $40,000 required in subsidy of this

budget, the following transfers be made to the Medical

School Feasibility Study Fund:



$39,444 from (1-51-4056) Board of Regents Special

Projects Fund (which will deplete this fund for

1967-68); and



$556 from the Leslie and Alberta Farrington Gift Fund

(1-51-4090).



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the fund transfers be approved as

recommended.



24. Estimative Budgets for 1968-69



Chancellor Humphrey presented the estimative budgets for

1968-69. He noted that the 1968-69 recommended budgets

total $3,196,063 and reflect an increase of $332,976 over

the 1967-68 budgets. Chancellor Humphrey recommended

approval of the budgets as submitted.



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

without dissent that the estimative budgets be approved

as recommended.



25. Proposed Purchase of Airplane by Desert Research Institute



Dr. Squires presented a proposal which requested authoriza-

tion to purchase a B-26 airplane to be used for cloud seed-

ing purposes. He explained that the aircraft presently

being used by DRI, a Beech C-45, could not perform safely

in storm and icing conditions. He noted that a search has

been underway for some time to find a suitable aircraft

and finally a B-26 had been located in Denver and tentative

negotiations have begun. Authorization has been received

from the Fleischmann Foundation to use up to $75,000 from

the Fleischmann Equipment Grant for such a purchase and

he requested approval from the Board for the expenditure

of these funds.



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

without dissent that the Desert Research Institute be

authorized to spend up to $75,000 from the Fleischmann

Equipment Grant for the purchase of the B-26 airplane

for cloud seeding purposes.



26. Demolition of Artemisia Hall, U. N.



Mr. Pine reported that Artemisia Hall, formerly used as

a residence hall, has been vacant since Spring, 1967. He

noted that the vacancy of this building presents a fire

danger and invites vandalism. It cannot, he said, be

used with adequate safety for student housing nor can

it be rehabilitated economically for other purposes. Now

that adequate student housing is available, without using

Artemisia Hall, he recommended that bids be invited for

the demolition of Artemisia and the land space leveled

and landscaped.



President Miller concurred and Chancellor Humphrey recom-

mended approval of the proposal.



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

without dissent that the project be authorized and the bids

solicited for demolition.



27. Lease of Theater Building, Stead Campus



Mr. Pine reported that a proposed lease has been negotiated

with Mr. Howard S. Robb for a one year lease of the Theater

building at Stead at $150 per month or 6% gross sales (ad-

mission and concessions), whichever is greater. He noted

that the terms of the lease will protect the University's

use of the facility for special programs.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the lease be approved,

subject to the approval by the U. S. General Services

Administration.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the lease be approved as recommended.



28. Refurbishing of White Pine Hall



Mr. Pine reported that all accounts have been settled in

the refurbishing of White Pine Hall, U. N. He noted that

the total cost was $26,463.42 and recommended that the

Board approve the charging of the special building reserve

account for $23,828.82 and the special equipment reserve

account for $2,634.60. These reserves are accumulated by

the Trustee (F. N. B.) for this purpose but a formal action

of the Board of Regents is required for their release.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



29. Progress Report of Capital Improvement Projects



Mr. Pine presented a progress report of capital improvement

projects for the University of Nevada and a report was dis-

tributed for capital improvement projects which are under

the supervision of the State Planning Board. (Both reports

are filed in permanent minutes.)



30. Award of Contract for NSU Buildings and Grounds Facility



President Moyer reported that the following bids were

received for the construction of a Buildings and Grounds

Facility at NSU:



Claude E. Cooke $60,995

Ben O. Davey Construction 65,785

REM Construction Co. 68,834

Argus Construction Co. 66,500



President Moyer noted that the Board of Regents and the

Legislature had approved an expenditure of $60,000 and

recommended that the following deletions be made to stay

within that amount.



Delete 5" gravel sub-base $ 250

Change 6" concrete slab to 5" 170

Delete concrete inspection 100

Delete 5 welding plug outlets 250

Delete F-103 metal-faced roof

decking above office area;

substitute vinyl-backed

insulated roofing 230

$ 1,000



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the low bid of Claude

E. Cooke in the amount of $60,995 be accepted subject to

the negotiated reduction of $1000 as detailed above.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



31. Dr. Anderson noted that a number of items needed consider-

ation by the Board and requested that they be added to the

agenda.



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

without dissent that the items contained in the Supple-

mental Agenda be added to the agenda for consideration by

the Board.



32. Requirement for Student Teachers



President Miller requested approval of a proposal by the

College of Education Selection and Retention Committee and

from Dean Cain that:



The completion of a placement folder with the

Placement Officer of the University of Nevada be

a required part of the student teaching course

requirement. The fee for this service is $3.



President Miller noted that this request has been under

consideration for some time and would make possible the

assembling and storing of a complete file for potential

employers to see with respect to a teacher trained at

the University of Nevada. It would, he said, prevent

the situation that sometimes occurs when a student, many

years after graduating, seeks a teaching position and

seeks recommendations from Professors on the Campus who

may only dimly remember the student's performance and

could not, therefore, write adequate evaluations of the

student for a prospective employer.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott,

carried without dissent that all students enrolled in

student teaching at the University of Nevada be required

to complete a placement file, and that an appropriate

statement be included in the General Catalog to inform

the students of this requirement.



33. Requirement for Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering



President Miller requested approval of a proposal by the

College of Engineering that students receiving the Bachelor

of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering be required to

take the Engineer-in-Training examination. He noted that

the fee for this examination which is administered by the

State Board of Registered and Professional Engineers is

$10. The proposal would require that this examination be

taken in their 4th year at the University.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

out dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



34. Permission to File with BLM for Land Purchase



Chancellor Humphrey presented a request that Dean Bohmont,

College of Agriculture, be authorized to file application

for purchase of 10 acres of land from the Department of

Interior, Bureau of Land Management. He noted that this

land is adjacent to the 40 acres recently donated to the

University of Nevada, Agricultural Experiment Station, by

Mr. Telford Work for the Central Nevada Field Laboratory.

This land is currently under lease from the BLM as a

headquarters, residential and experimental site. Annual

lease payments are $12.50 per year. Total acquisition

cost under the Recreation and Public Purposes Act if ap-

proved will be $25.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



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

without dissent that Dr. Dale W. Bohmont, Dean and

Director of the College of Agriculture, be authorized

to file an application for purchase of 10 acres of land

from the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Manage-

ment; this land located in Lander County and described

as Section 25, T18NR41E.



35. Resolution Approving Loan Agreement



Chancellor Humphrey recommended adoption by the Board of

the following resolution which would authorize him to

execute on behalf of the University of Nevada System the

Loan Agreement, when offered, under Title III of the

Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963 to assist in the

construction of a Physical Sciences building on the

University of Nevada Campus. He noted that this loan

had been approved and will be forthcoming soon. It

must be returned prior to the next Board meeting.



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

without dissent that the following resolution be adopted:



RESOLUTION #68-9



WHEREAS, there has been filed with the U. S. Commis-

sioner of Education by the University of Nevada (here-

inafter called the "Applicant") an application for a

loan under Title III of the Higher Education Facilities

Act of 1963 to assist in the construction of: a

Physical Science building with necessary equipment,

exterior utilities and site improvements, and the U. S.

Commissioner of Education has tentatively offered to

make the requested loan and has transmitted for con-

sideration a proposed Loan Agreement, dated as of

June 1, 1968; and



WHEREAS, the proposed Loan Agreement has been duly

examined and considered in accordance with all appli-

cable rules of procedure and legal requirements, and

made a part of the records of the Board of Regents

(herein called the "Board") of the Applicant; and



WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable and in the interests

of the Applicant that the proposed Loan Agreement be

accepted and its execution authorized;



NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of the

Applicant that the proposed Loan Agreement be and the

same hereby is accepted without reservation or quali-

fication.



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Neil D. Humphrey, Chancel-

lor of the University of Nevada System be and he is

hereby authorized to execute the Loan Agreement, when

offered, on behalf of the Applicant, and Bonnie M.

Smotony, the Secretary of the Board of the Applicant

be and she is authorized to attest the execution of

the Loan Agreement and the proper officials of the

Applicant are hereby authorized to take such further

action as is necessary to provide for the construction

of the project, and to consummate the loan.



Adopted and Approved by the Board of the Applicant on

the 31st day of May, 1968.



36. Increase in ASUN Fees



President Miller presented a request from the ASUN officers

and the ASUN Finance Control Board that a $2.50 increase in

ASUN fees be approved, effective Fall semester 1968. This

increase would bring the ASUN Fee to $20 and would provide

the necessary funds to upgrade social and entertainment

projects for students and permit them to attend without

paying separate special admission charges. At his invita-

tion Joe Bell, ASUN President, and Ted Dixon, ASUN First

Vice President, spoke in support of the fee increase.



Chancellor Humphrey recommended approval.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the fee increase be approved as re-

quested.



37. Expenses for NSU President Selection Committee



Chancellor Humphrey presented a budget request from the NSU

Presidential Selection Committee to handle the recruiting

expenses:



Applicants' travel and per diem $2,500

Telephone 175

Host fund 500

Car pool mileage 50

Supplies 25

$3,250



Chancellor Humphrey recommended that the budget be approved

and that $2750 be made available within the 1968-69 work

program of the Office of the President, NSU, from antici-

pated salary savings of unfilled administrative positions

and that a host fund for the Committee of not to exceed

$500 be made available by transfer from the Leslie and

Alberta Farrington Gift Fund (1-51-4090).



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

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



38. Chancellor's Report



Chancellor Humphrey distributed to the Regents a letter

from Mr. Nicholas Smith, Vice President of Burrows, Smith

and Co., fiscal advisors to the University for revenue

bond issues, in which he noted that the bond market,

especially for College bonds, had deteriorated quite

rapidly following the sale of revenue bonds for the

Chemistry building, Nevada Southern University. Mr.

Smith stated in his letter that the University was most

fortunate to have sold the bonds and added, that, in

his opinion, the bond market would continue to worsen due

to the demonstrations by students and faculties at various

Campuses across the country.



Mr. Grant said that the students at the University of

Nevada and Nevada Southern University should be commended

for their responsible behavior, and added that the Uni-

versity of Nevada System was most fortunate to have the

level of student body and student government it had on

both its Campuses. He said, however, that it might be

worthwhile to send copies of Mr. Smith's letter to each

Student Body President so that they might be aware of some

of the difficulties with which the Regents are faced in

financing the necessary physical plant for the two Campuses.



39. Location of the Library and Office Building of the National

College and State Trial Judges



Chancellor Humphrey recalled that the Fleischmann Founda-

tion had approved a grant of $750,000 to the National

College of State Trial Judges for the construction of a

library and office building.



Present Milller presented a map of the U. N. Campus show-

ing a site south of the U. S. Bureau of Mines building

which he recommended as the location of the building.

He noted that this site was also the choice of Dean Hyde.



Chancellor Humphrey concurred and requested approval by

the Board.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried with-

out dissent that the location be approved as recommended

for the construction of the National College of State Trial

Judges.



The meeting adjourned at 4:30 P.M.

05-31-1968