October 17-18, 1986
BOARD OF REGENTS
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM
October 17, 1986
The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Chancellor's
Office in Reno, the President's Office in Las Vegas and in
Tonopah for a special teleconference meeting.
Members present: Mr. Daniel J. Klaich, Chairman, Reno
Mr. Joseph M. Foley, Las Vegas
Mrs. Dorothy S. Gallagher, Tonopah
Mr. Chris Karamanos, Las Vegas
Mrs. Joan Kenney, Las Vegas
Members absent: Ms. Frankie Sue Del Papa
Mrs. Jo Ann Sheerin
Mrs. Carolyn M. Sparks
Mrs. June F. Whitley
Others present: President Joseph N. Crowley, UNR
Dr. Warren Fox, Vice Chancellor
Ms. Mary Lou Moser, Secretary
Chairman Klaich called the special teleconference meeting to
order at 4:10 P.M. on October 17, 1986 for the purpose of con-
sidering a personnel appointment at UNR. Regent Klaich presided
in Reno, Regent Gallagher was in Tonopah, and Regents Foley,
Karamanos and Kenney were in Las Vegas.
1. Approved the Appointment of Acting Vice President for
Academic Affairs, UNR
Upon recommendation by President Crowley, the Regents ap-
proved the appointment of Dr. Paul Page as Acting Vice
President of Academic Affairs at UNR to begin on or about
January 1, 1987, and extending through June 30, 1987, or
until such time as a national search has been completed.
The current salary for the position is $75,400 per year
and the Acting Dean's salary will be pro-rated at that
amount over the length of the contract.
Current Vice President Richard Davies has resigned the
position effective June 30, 1987. He will be on leave the
latter half of the fiscal year and will return to teaching
status July 1, 1987.
Dr. Page currently holds the position of Dean, College of
Arts and Science at UNR.
Mrs. Gallagher moved to approve the appointment of Dr. Paul
Page as Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs at UNR,
effective on or about January 1, 1987, with a pro-rated
salary based on an annual salary of $75,400. Mrs. Kenney
seconded. The motion passed unanimously.
The meeting adjourned at 4:25 P.M.
Mary Lou Moser