C E N T II. A l "I t " I G A N U" V E R 5 I T Y
SOARD Of TRUSTEES
J'\arch 5. 1982
Central Michigan University Board of Trustees
Meeting of l1arch 5. 1982
Ht. Pleasant, Michigan
Kembers present; Dr. Bernadine N. Denning, Chair; Hr. Alfred J. Fortino:
Mrs. ~tharine C. ~fStad; Hr. Richard l. Halpert; /'Ir. Raymond A.
La Bounty; Hrs. Harg.ret A. Riecke,.; Dr. Hclrold Abel, President.
Members absent: /'Irs. Al ice Tomboul lan, Hr. Walter W. Wightman.
Also attending: Or. John E. Canteton, Provost; Dr. Terrence J. Carey,
Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Vice President for University
Relations; Hr. Arthur E. Ell [s, Vice President for Public Affairs;
Hr. Jerry R. Tubbs, Treasurer of the Board of Trustees and Vice President
for 9L1slness and FInance.
The eting was called to order by Chair Denning at 2:30 p.~ .
The minutes of the February 5, 1982, meeting were approYed as printed.
Staff repoort: Budget
It was moyed by Mr. Raymond LaBounty, seconded by Mrs. Margaret Riecker,
and carried, that the following recommendations be approyed.
Joyce Abler, Temporary Instructor, Information Systems and Analysis,
one-fourth time, Winter 1982
B.S., Central Hlchigan Unlyerslty, 196)
M.B.A., Central Michigan Un1yerslty, 1913
Bratatl Bandyopadhyay, Temporary Instructor, Information Systems and
Analysis , one-fourth time, Winter 1982
B.A., UniYersity of Calcutta, India, 1969
M.A., Uniyersicy of Calcutta, India, 1913
H.B.A., Unlyerslty of South OiIkota, 1979
Jeff Charnley, Temporary Instructor, History, one-fourth time ,
B.A., Central Michigan University, 1972
H.A., Central Hlchigan University, 1978
Almeda Chaffer, Temporary Inst ructor, Hathelniltlcs, full-time,
B.S., Illinois State University, 1962
1'1. 5. , Illinoi s State University , 1965
Deborah Dunbar, Temporary Assistant Instructor Psychology, part-time,
Winter 1982 '
B.A., Hichigan State University, 1973
H.A., Central Hichigan University, 1978
D~ane Fuller, Tempora ry Instructor, Psychology. one f h'
WInter 1982 - ourt time,
B.S., University of Wisconsin , 1962
M.A., Central Hichigan UniVersity, 1976
S~an Grigaliunas, Temporary Instructor , Speech and Dramatic Arts,
one-half time, Winter 1982
B.A., Harquette University, 1961
M.A., Central Hichigan University, 1965
Debra Liberman, Temporary InStructor, Mathematics , one-fourth time,
B.S., Central Michigan , 1978
M.A., Central Michigan Un iversity. 1980
Dennis Honk , reappointment as Chairperson, Music , effective
August 1. 1982 - July JI, 1987
Richard Schudiske, Temporary Assistant Instructor Broadcast and
Cinelniltlc Arts, one-fourth time, Winte r 1982 '
A.A.S., Milwaukee Technical College. 1971
Mary Walston, Temporary Instructor, Health Education and Health
Science. one- half time, Winter 1968
B.S.N., University of Iowa, 196J
M.S., Northwest Mis sour i State Col lege. 1968
Shaun Holtgreive, Residence Hall Director AP-l, 10 months, Housing
Roxanne Jacobson, Audiologist AP-), provisional. Speech and Dramatic
Joan Raven. Human Growth and Development Laboratory Ha""ger AP-3.
provis ional, Home Economics
Sue Tengen, Personnel Representative AP-], Personnel and Staff
Shei la Dailey. Editorial Technician ST- !t, one-half time, provisional ,
Cleopas Hason, Center Representative ST-4. provisional. IPCD/
Frances Baker, Senior Clerk C-3, Registrar
Vikl Bollman. Senior Clerk (-3. Registrar
Harl Iyn Brown. Sen ior Clerk e-3, IPCD
Phyllis Bruner, Secretary C-!t. one- half time, provisional, IPCD/
Emi Iy Johnson, Stenographer C-3. one-half time. provisional. Michigan
Pamela Row land, Typ ist C-2, one-half time 10 months, provisional.
Te resa Yardley. Sen ior Clerk C-J, Personnel and Staff Relations
Donald Kearly, Maintenance Engineer BR-4, Public Broadcasting
Promotions . Reclassifications, and Salary Adjustments;
George Birch, Temporary InStructor, Recreation and Park Administration
, from one-eighth time to one-twe l fth time . Winter 1982
Promotions, Reclassifications, and Salary Adjustments cont inued
Robert Craig, Assistant Professor, Broadcast and CInematic Arts,
received Ph.D., salary change only , effect ive November 20, 1981
Richard A. Fabes, received Ph.D., frOfl\ Te~rary Instructor to
Temporary Assistant Professor , Home EconQlllics, Family Life and
Consumer Education, effective January 4, 1982
J. R. Cump, Professor, Physics, frOlll full-lime to three-fourths
time, and Kathenlatlcs one-fourth tillie , Winter 1982
Elizabeth Hitch , Temporary Assistant Professor. Home Economics,
rami I y LI fe and Consumer Educat ion, from one- fourth t I me to onehalf
time, Winter 1982
Hichael Johnston , received KaSter's degree, from Temporary Assistant
Instructor to Temporary Instructor, Art, effective
January 21, 1982, for Winter 1982
Frederick Phe lps, Associate Professor, Physics. from full - time to
three-fourths time , and Mathematics one-fourth time. Winter 1982
Donna Poynor, Temporary Assistant Professor , Home Eco~lcs . F~ily
life and Consumer Education, from two-th i rds time to full -ti me,
Mary Stewart. received Ph.D., from Temporary Instructor to Temporary
Assistant Professor, Rei igion , effective Janua ry 25. 1982
Deborah Barker to Coordinator/Receivable Systems AP-3, Receivab le
Stan ley Dinius to lieutenant AP-5. Publ ic Safety
Sharon George to Assistant Director AP-5, Student Affairs
Barton lessln to Assistant to the Director AP-6 , Library
Betty Wi 1ezynsld to Associate Director AP-5. Admissions
John Wa l sh. Director AP-7. provisional. Michigan Spec ial Olympics
Ron Williams to Captain AP -6 . Public Safety
Joan Yeh l, Coordinator/Educationa l Skills Center AP- 5 , Academic
Super visory/Techn ical
Hi ldegard Kachuta to Sen ior Financial Aid Specialist ST-4,
Jo Ann Wi I son to Senior Accounting Technician ST-5, library
Cle ri cal
Charlet Beebe to Senior Specia li st Clerk C-5, Payable Accounting
Denise Earl to A<R in istrat ive Sec reta ry C-5. three-fourths tIllie,
Finance, Insurance , and Flea I Es tate
Helen Nance to Specialist Clerk C-4. one-ha lf time, Biology
Pamela Sponse l le r to Sen ior Clerk C-3 , 10 mon t hs. RegIstrar
Pamela Travis, Senior Specia li st Clerk C-5, Accounting Services
Sandra Wawer,lk to Sen ior Specialist Clerk C-5 , A I......, i Re lations
Alan Birdsong to CustodIan HF-3. Physical Plant
Sally Reyes to Custodian HF-3. Food Servlces/He r rill
Broadcast I ng
Oa rel Vanderhoof to Ka intenance Engineer BR-4, Public Broadcasting
Resignations, Terminat ions, Etc . :
Administ rative/P rofessiona l
Oan iel Ever sole , Associate Olrector AP-5. Admissions
Karen Jorgenson. Ch i Id Development laboratory Manager AP-~. Home
EconomicS, Family l i fe and Consumer Education
Hlchael Kartln , Transportation EdUoCatlon Specialist AP-" , Schoo l
of Continuing Education and Community Services
Resignations, Tenni n<ltions, Etc. continued
Connie Fredricksen. Senior Administrative Aide ST-5. Univers ity
Vivian LeVier, Editorial Technician ST-4, one-ha lf time, provisional,
Sharon Melby, Center Represen tative ST-4, provisional, IPCO/Dayton
Ann Voss , Cen t e r Representative ST-4, provi s ional. IPCD/SeymourJohnson
Shirley Crowley, Secretary c-4, iPCD
Victoria Rylee, Secretary C-4. one-half time. provisional. IPCO!SEUS
Kathy Parks. SenIor Clerk C-3. Registrar
Harold Crace, Cus todian HF-3. Physical Plant
/'tay 15. 1972 - January 31, 1982
UN IVERSITY PARK:
It was moved by Mrs . Margaret Rlecker, seconded by Mr, Richard Halpert.
and carried, that the following resolution be adopted.
The Soard of Trus tees determines:
1. That to further the public purposes of the University i t 15
in the pub li c interest to establish a University Park (researchdevelopment
campus area). Among the public purposes which the
Board anticipates can be served by such park:
A. Additional faci lities for carrying on University research
~de available to faculty, students and staff.
B. Intern opportunitieS for studen ts tied to University academic
progr,)/llS offe ri ng ''hands on" experi ence under the guidance of
Univer si ty Park cont Inued
faculty in such areas as computer science, technology.
accounting, etc .
C, Increased opportunity for faculty and sta ff to interface
wIth professionals and business people working in their
f ields. providing an enriched environment and increasing
the ability of the campus to attract and keep quality
O. Increased opportunities for consulting and entrepreneurship
for hculty and staff.
E. Increased opportunity for financial return to the University
fr~ property owned by it,
2. The Board of Trus tees recogniles that a result of a UnIversity
Park wi II be to serve pub I ic purposes sought by the executive
and legi s lative branches of the State of Michigan by benefiting
the State, Region, and Community. These benefIts include
Increased employment, attraction to the State of highly ski lled
professionals and technologists, and Increased local tax revenues.
NOW . THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the University has land on
the South end of its campus located in Section 27 which has been
held for development for an expanded program Including an expand·
ing student en rollment. The use of the South half of sa id
Section 27 as a resea rch-development area now appears to be the
best Immediate way to advance the public purposes of the University,
including maintenance of its goal in student enrollment and enhallcement
of Its preSent progr~s. That area is designated as UnIverSity
Park . The President is autnoriled to request and consider proposals
from persons and organilations who desIre to construct facilities
withIn Univers i ty Park. The President wi l l work out detail s with
pe rsons making such proposals and bring them to the Board of Trustees
with his recommendations.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the resolution adopted by the Board of
TrusteeS on June 17, 1981. relative to the University Park is hereby
resc inded and replaced by thi s resolution.
ACADEMIC REORGA NI ZATION: (Academ ic Affairs Conrnittee)
It was moved by Mrs. Katharine Hafstad, seconded by Mrs, Ma rgaret Riecker .
and carried , that the plan for academic reorgan llatlon as approved by the
Academic Senate and recommended by the President Is adopted,
ASSES~ENT AND DEVELOPMENT COKHITTEE:
Mrs. Margaret Rlecker , Chair of the Assessment and Development Committee,
stated that the conmlttee wi II be reviewing the effectiveness of the
Board of Trustees and its role in the governance of the University.
ESTABLI SHHENT OF BRANCH SANk ON CAHPUS: (F i nance C()ImII t tee)
It was moved by Hrs. Margaret Rlecker, seconded by Hrs. Katharine Harstad,
and carried, th<lt the proposal for establishmen t of a branch bank on
C<lmPUS tabled at the March ~eting be removed from the tab le.
It was moved by Hr. Alfred Fortino, seconded by Mrs. Katharine Hafstad,
and car ried, tha t the following reso lution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That the President or his designee is authorl~ed
under such terms and condi t ions as he may determine to let land
and lor space within buildings on the umpus of the University
for use of financial institutions for installation <lnd operation
of automated cuStomer banking terminals togetner wIth build ings
to house the same.
AUTHOR IZATION TO CONSTRUCT AND OPERATE A BROADCAST RAUIO FACILITY:
It was moved by Mr. Alfred Fortino, seconded by Hrs. Hargaret Rlecker,
and ca rried, that tne following resolution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Centr<ll Hichigan University Board of
Trustees (being the constitutional and st<ltutory board of
cont ro l of Central Hichlgan University) <luthorizes Central
Hlchlgan University to (I Ie al I necessary data for authorization
to construct and operate a broadcast radio facil ity for
lducationa l non-comnerc ial uSe, and further 4uthorlzes the
President of Central Hlchigan University and the Director
of Pub I ic BrO<ldcasting to execute al l necessary associated
DEFERRED CDHPENSATI ON PLAN FOR SALAR IED EHPLOYEES: (Finance COImIlttee)
It was moved by Hr. Alfred Fortino, seconded by Hr . Richard H<llpert, and
carried, that the following resolution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That the President is authorr~ed to deve lop and
Implement a deferred compensation p lan for salarIed e~loyees
of the University. The President may phase in Implementation
of the plan. The President is authorized to s Ign necessary
Oeferred C~nsation PI<ln for S.laried Employees continued
modific<ltlons to collective bargaining agreements for implement<ltion
of the plan for those employees represented by collective
OPT IONAL RET I REHENT PLAN: (FI nance C(lllJni t tee)
It ..,<lS moved
and C<l rri ed,
by Hr. Richard Halpert, seconded by Hrs. Hargaret
that the fo ll owing resolution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That tile Optiona l RetIrement Plan is adopted as
submitted. (Copy on file In the Sec retary's Office.)
Hrs. KatharIne Harstad, MACB Chairman, rem inded Board melJ'bers to retu rn
the postcard lII,Ji led with the first Issue of t'lACB Report. HAGB is now
incorporated and seeking a lax exempt status.
It was moved by ~rs. Hargaret Rlecker, seconded by Hr. RIchard Halpert,
and carried, that gifts received during the ~th of Janu<lry totaling
SJ8.71].IJ be accepted ..,Ith appreciat ion .
Following discussIons with ICe I Brltvec, President of the Student GOVi:rnment
Association, Dr . Denning asked Board membe rs fo r their opinions
regardIng Student dIalogue meet ings ( rap sessIons). It was decided that
arrangements would be made for Such occasiona l meet ings.
It was moved by Mr. Raymond LaBounty, seconded by Hr. Richard H<llpert ,
and carrIed, that the Board move Into closed sessIon for the pur pose of
diSCUSSing s trategy connected with co l lective bargaining, to consu lt with
our attorney rega rdIng s trategy In connectIon with pending litigation,
and to respond to the request of a staff member who has requested the
Board conside r the termInation of the staff member. For: Denning,
Fortino, Hafstad, Halpert . LaBounty, Rlecker. Against: none.
The next Board 0 f Trustees meeting will be Aprl0 , 2 • 1982.
The meeting adjourne d a t 3:50 p.lII.
Terrence J ~o Ctahree y Board of Trustees
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