12/11/1981

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
December 11-12, 1981








12-11-1981

Pages 141-157



BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEM

December 11, 1981



The Board of Regents met on the above date in the Carlson Educa-

tion building, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.



Members present: Mr. Robert A. Cashell, Chairman

Mr. James L. Buchanan, II

Ms. Frankie Sue Del Papa

Mrs. Lilly Fong

Mr. Chris Karamanos

Mr. John R. Mc Bride

Mr. John Tom Ross

Mrs. June Whitley



Members absent: Mrs. Dorothy Gallagher



Others present: Chancellor Robert M. Bersi

President William Berg, NNCC

President Joseph Crowley, UNR

President Jack Davis, WNCC

President James Eardley, TMCC

President Judith Eaton, CCCC

President Leonard P. Goodall, UNLV

President Clifford Murino, DRI

Secretary Bonnie Smotony

General Counsel Donald Klasic



Also present were Faculty Senate and Student Association repre-

sentatives.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Cashell at 10:05 A.M.



1. College of Hotel Administration Scholarship Gift



Chairman Cashell introduced Mr. Peter Burns, Vice President

and Trust Officer for Nevada National Bank, who presented

the Board with a check in the amount of $527,500. This

check represented the corpus of an escrow account that

Nevada National Bank had managed for the past six months

and which the Bank had been directed to present to the

Board of Regents for use as scholarships for minorities,

particularly women, in the field of Hotel Administration

at UNLV. Chairman Cashell accepted the check on behalf

of the Board and appointed Regent June Whitley as Chairman

of the committee to develop criteria to govern the award

of these scholarships. He also requested Regent Lilly Fong

and Dr. Jerome Vallen, Dean of the College of Hotel Admin-

istration, to serve on the committe.



2. Adoption of Consent Agenda



Adoption of the Consent Agenda (identified as Ref. A and

filed with permanent minutes) was recommended. The Consent

Agenda contained the following items:



(1) Approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of

November 5-6, 1981 and the special meeting of Novem-

ber 13, 1981.



(2) Acceptance of gifts and grants.



(3) Appointment of Mr. Andrew Pearl, a Reno tax attorney,

to the UNR College of Business Administration Advisory

Board to replace Mr. Russell Scharman.



(4) Appointment of Mr. Joseph N. Busch of Las Vegas to an

existing vacancy on the UNR School of Medicine Advi-

sory Board.



(5) Appointment of Mrs. Connie Satterthwaite as a replace-

ment for Mr. Harvey Barnes and the reappointment of

the following to the NNCC Advisory Board for 1-year

terms expiring in December, 1982:



Mr. Carl Schuck, Elko

Mr. Art Glaser, Halleck

Mr. Steve Hernandez, Elko

Mr. Warren Monroe, Elko

Ms. Eleanor Little, Owyhee



(6) Appointment of the following to the CCCC Advisory

Board for terms expiring December, 1982:



Mr. Earl Johnson, General Manager, Las Vegas

Review Journal

Mr. Irwin Kishner, Kishner Enterprises



(7) Approval of the following fund transfers:



UNLV



#82-022 $101,154 from the Contingency Reserve to

Letters of Appointment, professional part-

time salaries. Funds are available from

various professional salary savings.



UNR



#42 $40,000 from the School of Medicine Contin-

gency Reserve to Administration, Las Vegas,

to provide operating budget for offices

located at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital.

Funds will provide for office space and other

operating support services.



UNIT



#800 $14,715 from Computing Center Sales Account

to provide funds to meet operating expenses

for Administrative Uses and System Software

and Network Development.



(8) Approved a revised estimative budget, Office of Com-

munications and Broadcasting, UNR:





Current Revised

Budget Budget

Revenue:

Opening Cash Balance $ 0 $ 21,529

Interdepartmental Sales 0 65,000

Outside Sales 40,000 25,000

Total Revenue $ 40,000 $111,529



Expenditures:

Classified $ 24,507 $ 25,742

Wages 5,000 5,000

Fringe Benefits 4,036 3,200

Out of State Travel 500 500

Operating 5,500 75,500

Ending Fund Balance 457 1,587

Total Expenditures $ 40,000 $111,529



(9) Approved augmentation of DRI Interview and Recruiting

Account by $10,000 from the Board of Regents Special

Projects Account.



(10) Authorized NNCC to spend up to $17,000 from the NNCC

Capital Improvement Fee Fund to construct a 2500 sq.

ft. "Art Barn", to incorporate a solar assisted hot

water heating system.



(11) Authorized TMCC to expend $10,000 from the TMCC Capi-

tal Improvement Fee Fund to purchase security gates

for some of the open areas on the Campus.



President Crowley reported that in addition to the gifts

included on the gift list, UNR had received an additional

$15,000 from John A. Dermody, Inc. for use with the Dairy

Project of the Agricultural Experiment Station.



President Murino reported that $40,000 had been received

from Mr. and Mrs. Sulo Maki for the use of DRI.



Regent Fong announced a $500 gift to the Athletic Fund from

Wing and Lilly Fong, making a total of $1000 from them to

this fund for the year.



Ms. Del Papa moved approval of the Consent Agenda, as sub-

mitted, with the additional gifts as reported. Motion sec-

onded by Mr. Mc Bride, carried without dissent.



3. Report of Investment Advisory Committee



Regent Karamanos presented the following report and recom-

mendations arising from the meeting of the Investment Ad-

visory Committee held on Thursday, December 10, 1981:



(1) Security National Bank - Mr. Tom Josephsen reviewed the

October Review of Assets and Transaction Report and

made the following purchase recommendations:



25,000 FNMA 10.85% Due 7-83

Trade Price 97

Approximate Price 24,250

Anticipated Income 2,712

Market Yield 11.2



25,000 FHLB 11% Due 5-84

Trade Price 96.5

Approximate Price 24,125

Anticipated Income 2,750

Market Yield 11.4



25,000 FFCB 10.90% Due 4-83

Trade Price 98

Approximate Price 24,500

Anticipated Income 2,725

Market Yield 11.1





Total Approximate Price 72,875

Anticipated Income 8,187

Market Yield 11.23



(2) First Interstate Bank - Mr. Bob Lee reviewed the Octo-

ber Review of Assets and Transaction Report and made

the following purchase recommendations:



5,000 Du Pont (E. I.) de Nemours

Trade Price 40

Approximate Price 200,000

Anticipated Income 12,000

Market Yield 6.0



2,100 Southern Railway

Trade Price 95

Approximate Price 199,500

Anticipated Income 8,904

Market Yield 4.46



5,000 Raytheon Co.

Trade Price 40 3/4

Approximate Price 203,750

Anticipated Income 6,000

Market Yield 2.94



5,000 Anheuser-Busch Cos.

Trade Price 40 1/2

Approximate Price 202,500

Anticipated Income 6,400

Market Yield 3.16



4,700 Union Oil Co. of Calif.

Trade Price 42 3/8

Approximate Price 199,160

Anticipated Income 4,700

Market Yield 2.36



Total Approximate Price $1,004,910

Anticipated Income $ 38,004

Market Yield 3.78



(3) Valley Bank of Nevada - Mr. Monte Miller commented on

the October Review of Assets and Transactions. The

Committee recommends that the Valley Bank be granted

authority to purchase the following with a level of

10% above or below the stated price and to invest

$500,000 from the Endowment Fund in Treasury Notes:



INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEMS ACCOUNT 52-00013-2

STOCKS WE ARE MONITORING FOR POSSIBLE PURCHASE

DECEMBER 10, 1981



Expected Price Projected %

Purchase x Annual Cur.

Price Shares Income Yield



3400 Superior Oil 36 122,400 490 .4

3200 Kerr-Mc Gee 39 124,800 3,744 3.0

2400 Phillip Morris 52 124,800 4,742 3.8

3200 Anheuser Busch 39 124,800 3,744 3.0

5200 Transamerica Corp.24 124,800 7,114 5.7

4300 First Interntl. 29 124,700 4,489 3.6

2300 Chase Manhattan 54 124,200 7,079 5.7

5200 Dreyfus Corp. 24 124,800 5,990 4.8

3000 Raytheon 41 123,000 3,690 3.0

5200 Perkin-Elmer 24 124,800 2,246 1.8

4000 Consol. Foods 31 124,000 8,680 7.8

140K Pfizer Cv. Bond

8 3/4% due 2006

(17.7 shares/bond) 123,900 12,250 9.9



Total $1,491,000 $64,258 4.31



INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SYSTEMS ACCOUNT 52-000298-3

ESTATE OF EDWARD BARRICK

STOCKS WE ARE MONITORING FOR POSSIBLE PURCHASE

DECEMBER 10, 1981



Expected Price Projected %

Purchase x Annual Cur.

Price Shares Income Yield



800 General Electric 57 45,600 2,690 5.9

2000 Transamerica Corp.24 48,000 2,736 5.7

900 Phillip Morris 52 46,800 1,778 3.8

1600 Consol. Foods 31 49,600 3,472 7.0



Total $ 190,000 $10,676 5.6



(4) Proposed Investment Guidelines - The Committee revised

the Managing Agency Agreement which had been drafted

by General Counsel. Copies of the revised guidelines

are available and are recommended for adoption by the

Board.



(5) UNLV Scholarship Gift - Chancellor Bersi reported the

gift of $527,500 to UNLV for the establishment of a

scholarship fund for minority and women candidates en-

rolled in the College of Hotel Administration. These

scholarships will be awarded based on academic quali-

fications and need.



Chancellor Bersi further noted that Nevada National

Bank has been acting as the Managing Agent for the

donors of this scholarship and recommended that they

remain in this capacity for this fund for the Univer-

sity. The Investment Committee agreed and makes this

recommendation to the Board.



General Counsel Klasic requested authority from the Board

to make changes in the Investment Guidelines and Objectives

contained in the Handbook to bring them in line with the

agreements as recommended by the Committee in Item 4 above.



Mr. Mc Bride moved approval of the report and recommenda-

tions of the Investment Committee and the granting of au-

thority for revision of the Handbook to incorporate the

changes made to the investment guidelines. Motion seconded

by Mrs. Fong, carried without dissent.



4. Report of Audit Committee



Regent Whitley reported that the Audit Committee had met on

Thursday, December 10, 1981, and received responses from the

Administration to the Management Letter for the year ending

June 30, 1981. In response to the reports provided by the

Administration, the Committee made the following recommenda-

tions:



(1) That a cost analysis be prepared by the Chancellor's

Office with respect to an audit of the Computing Center

to be accomplished by expansion of the scope of the

independent audit performed by Kafoury, Armstrong & Co.



(2) That a policy be developed by the Chancellor's Office

for the delegation of authority to the Chancellor for

acceptance of gifts on behalf of the Board of Regents

when desirable between meetings of the Board.



(3) That a complete review be made of the financial system

of the School of Medicine to "establish necessary pro-

cedures and controls" and that a recommendation be

brought back to the next meeting for funding of such

a review.



Following completion of the discussion, Chairman Whitley

requested that quarterly reports be submitted to the Audit

Committee concerning continuing efforts to resolve the

problems identified in the Management Letters, suggesting

strongly that the next report show significant improvement,

particularly in the areas addressed to UNR.



Mrs. Fong moved approval of the report and recommendations

of the Audit Committee. Motion seconded by Mr. Mc Bride,

carried without dissent.



5. Report of the Budget Committee



The Budget Committee met on Friday, December 11, 1981 and

Regent Del Papa made the following report of actions taken:



(1) The Budget Committee recommends approval of the follow-

ing revised "Guidelines for Board of Regents Special

Projects Account" to include a specific reference to

the needs concerned with capital improvements.



GUIDELINES

BOARD OF REGENTS SPECIAL PROJECTS ACCOUNT



1. All applications for grants* from the Board of

Regents Special Projects Account shall be sub-

mitted to the Chancellor for his review and re-

ferral to the Budget Committee for its consider-

ation and recommendation to the Board of Regents

for a subsequent meeting, or referral back to the

Campus.



2. Proposals for grants should be one time in nature

with no continuing costs to the Special Projects

Fund, and should enhance the capabilities of the

entire institution, or System. Capital improve-

ments proposals will only be considered in cases

of severe emergency.



3. Each grant request shall contain:



a. A clear statement of the objectives of the re-

quest, including justification, and a detailed

plan for its implementation;



b. A detailed budget; and



c. A process and project outcome evaluation com-

ponent, including a design for demonstrating

how the project will be monitored or super-

vised during its implementation.



A twice-a-year schedule commencing January 1, 1982

was suggested for adoption for the submission of

applications; however, pending applications would

be considered and acted upon prior to that time.



*Excluding previously approved special accounts,

such as interview and recruiting, perquisites, etc.



(2) Approved funding in the amount of $35,000 from the

Board of Regents Special Projects Account for the

acquisition of computer disc storage capacity for the

enhancement of library operations.



(3) Deferred until the January meeting action on funding

from the Special Projects Account for the following

requests:



A. Lighting Control System, Church Fine Arts Theatre,

UNR - $26,300



B. Radio Production Facility, UNR - $37,500



C. Proposal for Accreditation and Program Development,

UNLV - $22,500



D. Proposal for Increased Security at CCCC - $24,000



E. Proposal for Telecourses, CCCC - $50,000



(4) Approved the establishment of a $100,000 contingency

reserve for the Special Projects Fund.



(5) Referred the proposed budget parameters back to the

Chancellor's Office for review with the Presidents in

an effort to come to an agreement regarding the facul-

ty/student ratio. Ms. Del Papa also reported that if

necessary a special meeting of the Budget Committee

to consider these parameters will be held prior to

the next regularly scheduled Board meeting.



Mrs. Fong moved approval of the report and recommendations

of the Budget Committee. Motion seconded by Mr. Mc Bride,

carried without dissent.



6. Interim Finance Request



President Goodall reported that UNLV will have excess reve-

nues of approximately $160,000 and requested authorization

from the Board to appear before the Interim Finance Commit-

tee for authority to spend these funds.



Mrs. Fong moved approval of this request. Motion seconded

by Mrs. Whitley, carried without dissent.



7. Phase I Proposal, Certificate Program in Gerontology



The Phase I Proposal in Gerontology has been reviewed by

the Academic Affairs Office of the Chancellor's Office and

President Goodall requested authorization to move ahead to

Phase II. This is a certificate proposal and would use ex-

isting faculty and resources. (Copy of proposal on file in

Chancellor's Office.)



Mrs. Fong moved approval to proceed to Phase II. Motion

seconded by Mr. Karamanos, carried without dissent.



8. Phase I Proposal, Masters Degree in Nursing



President Goodall recalled that the Phase I Proposal had

been tabled at the last meeting due to some unanswered

questions. He stated that the questions have now been

answered satisfactorily and requested authorization to

proceed to Phase II. (Copy of proposal on file in Chan-

cellor's Office.)



Mrs. Whitley moved approval to proceeding to Phase II.

Motion seconded by Mr. Buchanan, carried without dissent.



9. UNLV Athletic Department Ticket Policy



In response to a request made by the Board at the November

6, 1981 meeting, Dr. Brad Rothermel, Director of Intercol-

legiate Athletics at UNLV, presented architectural drawings

and a preliminary report concerning the Thomas-Mack Center.

Dr. Rothermel indicated that one section would be reserved

for students and that anyone registered as a full time

student would have access to a seat at every athletic event

held in the Center. In response to a question from Regent

Mc Bride, Dr. Rothermel also stated that executive officers

of visiting institutions would be accommodated better than

is presently done. Dr. Rothermel also indicated that no

decisions have as yet been reached as to the specifics of

ticket sales or the management of the Center.



10. Tonopah Hall Renovations



At the November 6 meeting a preliminary report dealing with

needed repairs and improvements at Tonopah Hall was present-

ed. President Goodall requested auhorization to expend

$50,000 from the $100,000 UNLV Residential Hall Reserve to

accomplish the needed repairs and renovations.



Mrs. Fong moved approval of the request. Motion seconded

by Mrs. Whitley, carried without dissent.



11. Naming of the New Biological Sciences Building



President Goodall reported that the Department of Biological

Sciences has recommended that the new research facility be

named the "W. D. Taylor Hall", citing that Mr. Taylor was

the first employee hired on the contract staff by the De-

partment of Biological Sciences. Dr. Goodall recommended

approval.



Mrs. Whitley moved approval of the recommendation. Motion

seconded by Mr. Mc Bride, carried without dissent.



12. Campus Security



Regent Mc Bride expressed his concern about the recent rape

that had occurred on the UNLV Campus and requested that

President Goodall prepare an increased security proposal to

go to the Legislature in the next budget presentation. He

added that although this request was now directed to UNLV,

other Presidents should also be considering doing whatever

is necessary to improve the safety of their Campuses by

increased security and/or lighting.



13. Resolution of Appreciation



Regent Buchanan presented the following resolution in ap-

preciation of the 6 years of service to UNLV by Tony Knap:



BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents does hereby

commend Tony Knap for his leadership and football coach-

ing career at UNLV.



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Coach Knap has guided UNLV

football from NCAA Division 2 status to Division 1 com-

petition. That through his coaching endeavors he has

brought UNLV football into the ranks of the top Univer-

sities in the country.



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Knap's record during his

six years at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has

resulted in winning football seasons, NCAA Division 2

playoffs, and provided the University with an exemplary

type of football program. His record during his tenure

at UNLV is 47 wins, 19 losses and 2 ties.



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the University does hereby

appreciate the efforts and leadership that Tony Knap

has developed during his 18 years of major College

coaching. That by reason of his coaching, the players

who have served under him at UNLV and other Universities

have gone on to become better citizens, and have bene-

fited by his winning ways and clean sportsmanship.



BE IT RESOLVED, that the University Board of Regents

appreciates all that Coach Knap has done for the Uni-

versity and on behalf of the University of Nevada Board

of Regents we extend this Resolution commending him for

his fine performance while at UNLV, and best wishes for

his future retirement.



Mrs. Whitley moved approval of the resolution. Motion sec-

onded by Mr. Mc Bride, carried without dissent.



14. Change in Organizational Structure, CCCC



President Eaton presented a plan to modify the organization-

al structure at CCCC by the establishment of the position of

Director of Affirmative Action and Minority Affairs to ex-

pand service to women and minorities. She explained that

this position would be created by reassigning the current

Director of Personnel and would require no additional pro-

fessional FTE and would entail no change in salary.



Mrs. Whitley moved approval of the request. Motion sec-

onded by Mr. Mc Bride, carried without dissent.



15. Bid Opening, CCCC Learning Resources Center



President Eaton reported that bids had been opened for the

Learning Resources Center on November 10 (bid tabulation

filed with permanent minutes). The construction budget for

this project was $3,055,000. Dr. Eaton requested the

Board's concurrence with the State Public Works Board's

recommendation to award a contract to the low bidder, Del

E. Webb Corporation, in the amount of $2,311,600.



Mr. Karamanos moved approval of the award of a contract to

Del E. Webb Corporation. Motion seconded by Mr. Mc Bride,

carried without dissent.



16. CCCC Special Course Fee: Telecourses



President Eaton reported that CCCC, in cooperation with the

Public Broadcasting System, will be able to provide tele-

course instruction for credit by means of PBS broadcasting,

effective January, 1982. State appropriations and present

course fees will enable CCCC to support staffing and materi-

als for this course; however, PBS, as a part of its li-

censing requirement, includes a $15 fee for each student en-

rolled. Dr. Eaton requested authorization to establish a

$15 special course fee in addition to the regular course

credit fee for these telecourses provided through the Public

Broadcasting System.



Mr. Mc Bride moved approval of the request. Motion sec-

onded by Mrs. Fong, carried without dissent.



17. Additions to Carson City Campus of WNCC



President Davis recalled that at the August 3, 1981 meeting,

architect Maurice Nespor was appointed to prepare estimates

and plans for the following projects at the Carson City

Campus:



(1) Construction of handicapped outside entry and exit

areas.



(2) Remodeling of present Art Room into a Child Care

Center.



(3) Design of new Art facility.



Dr. Davis introduced Mr. Nespor who presented drawings show-

ing these changes. Mr. Nespor indicated that the design

schedule called for the opening of bids for this project in

March or April.



Mr. Ross moved approval of the plans as presented by Mr.

Nespor. Motion seconded by Mr. Mc Bride, carried without

dissent.



18. UNR Student Union Addition Surplus



In response to the Board's request at the August 28, 1981

meeting, at which the Board approved a proposal to fund

the UNR Marching Band from the surplus in the Student Union

Addition Account, President Crowley submitted the following

proposed uses for the remainder of the surplus:



(1) A minimum of approximately half of the existing balance

should be retained in the account, thus allowing in-

terest income to cover most of the annual costs of debt

service.



(2) The remainder of the existing balance may be expended

on projects of a primarily capital nature following

review by a committee which includes the above repre-

sentatives and approval by the President.



(3) After allowing for the costs of debt service and March-

ing Band operations, the annual income to the account

will be allocated equally to the following categories:



a. Projects directly beneficial to the Student Union.



b. Other projects of benefit to students.



If there are no needed projects under category a., the funds

set aside for that category may, upon recommendation by the

committee, be provided for projects under catagory b. Pro-

posed projects for both categories will be reviewed by the

committee for recommendation to the President. As is the

case with expenditures covered under (2) above, it is in-

tended that these projects be primarily capital projects.

However, in certain circumstances, program needs may be

considered.



Examples of projects that could be undertaken include ex-

pansion of the Student Union Snack Bar, expansion of the

Sagebrush offices in the Student Union, remodeling of the

Snack Bar kitchen, remodeling of the proposed Visitor's

Center - which involves use of an old Journalism building

to house the offices of Career Planning and Placement,

School Relations and Information - and parking improvements

around the Campus.



Mr. Mc Bride moved approval. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong,

carried without dissent.



19. Changes in Leases of Lambertucci and Kapo Mining Claims



President Crowley recalled that in September, 1977 the Uni-

versity entered into a lease with Norman Ebbley and John

Schumacher for the Lambertucci Mining property in Tonopah

and in June, 1978 with Decker Exploration for the Kapo Mine

in Valmy. In both cases the royalty payments to the Uni-

versity were 5% of the net proceeds received from the sale

of materials produced on the properties. Due to the poor

grade ore presently produced by these mines, the Mackay

School of Mines wishes to modify the leases so that the

percentage received by the University would be reduced if

the ore mined is of low grade and would increase if the

grade of ore improves. This would give added incentive to

the persons presently leasing the properties to mine more

low grade ore. Dr. Crowley further explained that the

Lambertucci Mine lease would also be modified to clarify

the term "surface rights" and would grant the University

"exclusive rights" to occupy and the use of a 1500 foot

strip of frontage to the south side of the highway and all

of the ground north of the highway, totalling approximately

170 acres.



Regent Buchanan stated that he had heard rumors that the

University had violated the terms of the Lambertucci Will

in leasing part of the property to the City. General

Counsel Klasic was asked to review the leases to determine

if the University is in violation of the terms of the Will.



Ms. Del Papa moved approval of the requested changes. Mo-

tion seconded by Mr. Ross, carried without dissent.



20. Interim Finance Request, TMCC



President Eardley requested approval to ask the Interim

Finance Committee for authorization to expend an estimated

$90,000 in excess revenue, stating that these funds would

be used for payments to part-time faculty.



Mrs. Fong moved approval of the request. Motion seconded by

Ms. Del Papa, carried without dissent.



21. UNR Foundation Trustees



President Crowley recommended the appointment of the follow-

ing persons to the UNR Foundation as Trustees for 3-year

terms:



Barrie Brunet

John W. Gendron

Anne Witter Gillette

Richard J. Goeglein

Wayne "Bud" Hage

James W. Hardesty

William W. Morris

William E. B. Siart

Roger S. Trounday

James H. Vogt



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

Papa, carried without dissent.



22. Sabbatical Leave Recommendations for 1982-83



The Nevada Revised Statutes and Board of Regents policy pro-

vide for the total number of sabbatical leaves which may be

awarded each year. By utilizing the criteria which have

been followed in previous years, the maximum available

leaves for 1982-83 are:



UNLV - 8

UNR - 11

CCCC - 4

NNCC - 1

TMCC - 2

WNCC - 1

DRI - 2

Unit - 1



A. University of Nevada, Las Vegas - President Goodall

recommends the 8 sabbatical leaves available to UNLV

be awarded to the following:



Richard Brooks, Museum - Fall, 1982

James Deacon, Biology - Spring, 1983

Sue Chung, History - Academic Year, 1982-83

Patricia Dillingham, HPERD, Academic Year, 1982-83

James Frey, Sociology, Spring, 1983

John Lindberg, Foreign Lanuages - Fall, 1982

Robert Tarte, Psychology - Academic Year 1982-83

George Urioste, Anthropology - Academic Year 1982-83



Alternate



Michael Mc Collum, Art - Academic Year 1982-83



Summary of proposed projects, identified as Ref. B,

filed with permanent minutes.



B. University of Nevada, Reno - President Crowley recom-

mends the 11 sabbatical leaves available to UNR be

awarded to the following:



Curtiss M. Bailey, Animal Science - Fall, 1982

Bruce Blackadar, Mathematics - Academic Year 1982-83

Frank G. Baglin, Chemistry - Academic Year 1982-83

Robert T. Griffin, Art - Academic Year 1982-83

Thomas Nickles, Philosophy - Academic Year 1982-83

Lu Ann Nissen, Home Economics - Fall, 1982

James T. Richardson, Sociology - Fall, 1982

Catherine P. Smith, Music - Fall, 1982

Thomas J. Scully, Pediatrics - Academic Year 1982-83

Lyle G. Warner, Sociology - Academic Year 1982-83

William Welch, Jr., Biochemistry - Fall, 1982



Alternates



Paul Mc Reynolds, Psychology - Academic Year 1982-83

Morris R. Bownell, English - Spring, 1983

Gerald Ginsburg, Psychology - Academic Year 1982-83

Robert Peterson, Psychology - Academic Year 1982-83



Summary of proposed projects, identified as Ref. C,

filed with permanent minutes.



C. Clark County Community College - President Eaton recom-

mends 3 of the 4 leaves available to CCCC be awarded to

the following:



Patricia Butler, Director, Financial Aid - 6 Months

Raymond Eade, Instructor, Resort Tech - Academic

Year 1982-83

Dale Etheridge, Instructor, Science - 1 Semester



Summary of proposed project, identified as Ref. D,

filed with permanent minutes.



D. Western Nevada Community College - President Davis

recommends the sabbatical leave available to WNCC be

awarded to James H. Claybrook, Counselor, for the

Spring semester of 1983.



Summary of proposed project, identified as Ref. E.,

filed with permanent minutes.



E. Truckee Meadows Community College - President Eardley

recommends the 2 sabbatical leaves available to TMCC

be awarded to the following:



William Bonaudi, Science Instructor - Spring, 1983

Dale Donathan, Social Science Instructor - Fall,

1982



Summary of proposed projects, identified as Ref. F,

filed with permanent minutes.



F. Desert Research Institute - President Murino recommends

1 of the 2 sabbatical leaves available to DRI be award-

ed to Dennis Lamb, Research Professor in the Atmospheric

Sciences Center, for 6 months, November 1, 1982 to April

30, 1983. Dr. Lamb proposed to conduct a research proj-

ect in Tel-Aviv under the overall guidance of Dr. Zev

Levin to study the influence of electrical effects with-

in clouds on the chemical reactions that take place

within cloud drops.



G. Northern Nevada Community College - President Berg re-

ports there were no applicants for sabbatical leave at

NNCC.



H. Unit - No applications for sabbatical leave were re-

ceived from the Unit.



Mr. Buchanan moved that the Board go into Personnel Session

to consider the character and professional competence of

the persons being recommended for sabbatical leave. Motion

seconded by Mr. Karamanos, carried without dissent.



The Personnel Session adjourned and the regular session recon-

vened at 11:35 A.M.



Mr. Buchanan moved approval of the sabbatical leave recom-

mendations as presented. Motion seconded by Mrs. Fong, with

the request that those persons taking sabbatical leave re-

port back to the Board on their projects by way of written

reports. Motion carried without dissent.



23. CSUN Resolution



Mr. Ravenholt, President of the CSUN, read the following

resolution which had been passed by the CSUN Senate on

November 24, 1981:



WHEREAS, the Consolidated Students of the University of

Nevada have a great interest in the academic standards

of UNLV, and



WHEREAS, the 1982-83 academic calendar is currently

under consideration, and



WHEREAS, a longer academic calendar would raise the

academic standards of UNLV, and



WHEREAS, the UNLV students have experienced dramatic

increases in tuition in the past year without an

equivalent increase in services,



THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the CSUN Senate, the elected

representatives for the nearly 6000 UNLV students,

urges the UNLV Administration to adopt a 73-day aca-

demic calendar year in the Fall of 1982, beginning

August 25, 1982 and ending December 18, 1982.



24. New Business



(1) Mrs. Fong requested that a committee composed of rep-

resentatives from each Campus and members of the Board

be established to re-examine and re-evaluate the cri-

teria used for the granting of sabbatical leaves.



(2) Mrs. Fong requested that criteria and guidelines for

evaluating the performance of the Presidents be es-

tablished.



(3) Ms. Del Papa requested that a master calendar be pre-

sented at the meeting in January. This calendar

should indicate the time frame within which the Board

must make decisions regarding tenure, promotion, sab-

batical leaves, Presidential reviews, etc.



The meeting adjourned at 11:45 A.M.



Bonnie M. Smotony

Secretary of the Board

12-11-1981