C E N T R A L M I C 8 I G A NUN I V B R SIT Y
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
November 17, 1988
• • Central Michigan University Board of Trustees
Nt . Pleasant . Michigan
November 17. 1988
Members present: Ms. Rachael E. Moreno. Chair; Dr. Bernadine N.
Denning; Mr . Mitchell D. Kehetian; Dr. Gordon N . Lambie;
Mrs. Margaret Ann Riecker; Mr . William C. Odykirk; Mrs. Alice
Tomboulian; Dr. Edward B. Jakubauskas, President.
Member abscnt: Mr. Raymond A. LaBounty.
Also attending: Dr. Nancy Belck, Interim Provost; Or. Edward B.
Grant, Interim vice President for Administration; Mr . Russell L.
Herron, Secrctary to the Board of Trustces; Mr . James L. Hill ,
vice President for Student Affairs; Mr . Jerry R. Tubbs, Treasurer
and Vice Prcsident for Business and Finance.
The meeting was called to order by Chair Moreno at 10:32 a . m.
It was moved by Dr . Lambie , seconded by Mrs. Riecker, and carricd. .
that the minutes of t he October 7, 1988, meeting be approved as
NAMING OF SCIENCE II COMPLEX:
It was moved by Dr. Lambie, seconded by Mr. Odykirk, and carried,
that the following resolution be adopted.
WHEREAS, A grant in the amount of $2.5 million from the
Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation has helped make
posiblc the establishment of a new science complcx,
known heretofore as Science II; and
WHEREAS, The Board of Trustees has in previous years
discused the merit of naming this complex i n
recognition of this major gift; Now be it therefore
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees, upon the
recommendation of the PreSident, names this new science
facility the Dow Science Complex with the under standing
that building units within the complex may in the
future be individually named according to Board of
TrUstees policies; Be it further
Naaing of Science II Complex continued
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees expresses to the
Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation its sincere
appreciation for making possible this major improvement
to the university'S science proqram.
CQlIIPl1l'ER VISI <»i LABORATORIES:
It was moved by Mrs. Riecker, seconded by Mrs. Tomboulian, and
carried, that the follOWing resolution be adopted.
WHEREAS , The National Science Foundation has awarded
Central Michigan University two grants to support t he
creation of computer vision laboratories on campus; a nd
WHEREAS , These laboratories are critical to t he
continuing success of our students and faculty workinCJ
in the area of computer vision and artificial
intelligence; Now be it therefore
RESOLVED , That the Board of Trustees authorizes the
President or his desiCJnee to contract for the purchase
of hardware and software for these computer vision
laboratories for an amount not to exceed $110 , 000.
WARRINER HALL AIR CClfDITI C»IING:
It was moved by Mrs. Riecker, seconded by Dr. Lambie, and
carried , that the following resolution be adopted .
BE IT RESOLVED , That the President or his designee is
authorized to make expenditures not to exceed
Sl , 100 , 000 as total cost of the Warriner Hall Air
Conditioning project , including engineering and other
"Engineering expenditures not to exceed $125,000 approved BOT 10-
GRAWN HALL AIR CClfDITI<»iING:
It was moved by Mrs . Riecker, seconded by Dr . Denning, and
carried, that the following resolution be adopted . • 2496
Grawn Hall Air COnditioning continued
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board approves the construction
of the Grawn Hall Alr Conditioning project and
authorizes the President or his designee to make
expenditures not to exceed $466,000 as total cost of
the project. including engineering and other fees.
HRADCOUMT BMROLUIBNT PROJEC'l'IONS:
Interim Provost Belck reported on headcount enrollment projections
relating to the 1989-90 budget request .
BUDGET REQUEST FOR 1989-90:
It was moved by Mrs. Riecker , seconded by Dr. Lambie, and
carried, that t he following resolution be adopted .
BE IT RESOLVED, That the President is authorized to •
submit to the Department of Management and Budget.
budget request documents for fiscal 1989-90.
A. compl ete copy of the final documents will be on file in the
Office of the Secretary.
Dr. Denning reported on MAGS activities.
It was moved by
Mrs. Riecker, seconded by Mr. Odykirk,
The meeting adjourned at 10 : 26 a .m.
Russell L. Herron
Secretary to the Board of Trustees
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