c g N T R ~ t. M T C H f ~ AN n N I V K R SIT Y
8 0 A ROOF T R U S T E S
February 4-5, 1993
• • Central Michigan University Board of Trust ee.
Mt . Plealant . Michigan
Februllry 4-5, 1993
Meri:>ers prasent: Dr. Gordon N. !..amble. Chair; HI'. Hartin H. Cholakian:
Mr . Hitchell O. Kehetian; Mr. Roger L. Kesseler; Ms. Harriet 8. Rotter;
Mr. W. Sidney Rlalth; Mr. Robert P. Young •. lr.; Or. l.eorll.rd e. Pillchtll, Tnttlrl.
Members <'!.bllllnt: Mr. HOMld L. Brown.
AIIlO IItt .. ndlng: Dr. Rlchllrd W. o..venport. Acting ProVO/It; Mr. A. Itllll F.11"rtllOn,
Treasure r of the Board and Vice President for SusineS8 lind Finance;
Mr. Russell L. Herron, secretary to the Saeed of Trustees and Vice Pr •• ident for
University Rfll"tionR; Mr .• Ta_1I L. Hill, Vice Prflllident for Student Affllirlil.
The meeting was c&Ued to order by Chair Larrbl. at. 7: 10 p.lII. on February 4. 1993.
for the 801e purpose of hearing the Pre.ldent'. report: The meeting rece.sed
.. t 1:3q p .•. • e The meetinQ reconvened at 8:50 81.111. on PebNaty 5. 1')9].
It was moved by Mr •. Rotter, seconded by Mr . Young, and carr ied, that the Board
IIIOVft into c:1ol!fJd lIelll!lon to dl"cu"l1 !;trfttegy connqetpd with collective Mrg,llnlnq
and to consult with our attorney regarding .~rategy in connection with pending
The ~rd rnovfJd Into clORed "ftlllion ~t A:Sl ~.m.
The Board returned to open lelsion at 10:31 a.m.
It was moved by Hr . Young. leconded by Hr . saith, and carried, that the minutes
of the December 11-18. 1992. meeting be apPrQved.
It ",a. moved by Hr . Kehetian, leconded by Mr . YOUfl/], and carded, that the
following resolution granting emeritul rank to Mary Jane Billl, senior BuYlr.
Purcballing , be adopted.
WHEREAS. Mary Jane B11b has been a valuable member of the Purchlui"9
r'Iflpl!rtlNlnt lit Central Mlr:hlglln University for more thlln ]) Yllarll; and
'ofHEREAS. Her professionalism, integdty. and dedication to excel·
lence and customer service while meeti"? primary procurement needs
of the unive rsity mftdll her II nole model to oollellgues lind custoners
throughout her career; and
'ofHEREAS. Her buying knowledge. resourcefulness and prOblem·solvi"9
pffortll hllvP lIervad the univerllity well; Now be It thereforll
RESOLVED. That the Board of Trustees. on behalf of the university
community, expresses appreciation and ~ratitude to Mary Jane Bills
fllr her contributions t.o Cent,.,,11 Mir::higan Universit.y lind O'Ixtends
It wai!l moved by Mr. Young. i!leeonded by Mr . Cholakian, and carried, that Rose
O'Brien, Unit Mllnager TT, Dln1ng ServiceR , be IlGapted.
WHEREAS. ROle O' Brien has devoted 21 years of service to the
students. faculty. Itaff, and gut'sls of Ct'ntral Michigan University;
WHEREAS. She hal contributed to the growth and davalopcnent of
Dinifl'J Services through her cOIII!Iil1rent to customer service. concern
for ~loypeA, lind Atrnng superviROry skills; end
WHEREAS. She has ~intained high standards and quality service for
each lIlfIal pre~red; and
She III known for her intfl<jrity, depfllldabillty, lind
devotion to Centnli Michigan University: Now be it
RI'.SOT,VP.P, Thllt the BoIIrd of Trustee,. on behillf of the lJnlVf~rAlty
community. expresses appreciation and gratitude to Rose O' Brien for
h~r contribution, to C~ntral Michig~n Univ~rsity and ext~nda
!t was IIIOved by Mr. Smith. seconded by Ms. Rotter. and carried. that the
followlr19' resolution granting emeritus rank to Anthony Paparellll, Architect,
Acsd~ic A~jnistrs tion . be sdopt&ri.
WHEREAS. Anthony Paparella has served 26 years as the university
architec t at Central Michigan univer,ity; and
Emer i tUB Ran): continued
WHEREAS, Hb professional knowledge, integrity. and fa!!liliarity with
the r~. linn Its people have Rerved the university well; lind
WHEREAS. His serv1ce as a long·tenl member of the Campus
Beautification C~tt .. 11 MnHe.ted by h1l generous contribution.
of prnfe"Rlonlll expert I •• on Innumerllble prnj~t"; and
WHEREAS. He presided over the significant expansion of the campus.
!Mrkin') a lifetime of tangible and aesthetic achievement, and
cont r ibutions which Imprnvoo I"""nl;ely Central Michigan tlnlvenlty'.
physical environment: How be it t herefore
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees. on behalf of the university
communi ty, a1<preSSeR IIpprecist Ion lind grat ltude to Anthony PllpI'IrellII
for his contributions to Cen tral Michigan University and extends
Erner Hus rank.
univerdty Relations ca.Jtt_ report: o"ve Kelll t7., director/Athlet les and
Patricia Podoll. allhtant director/Athletics. athletics academic a8listllnce
TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDIDI 9)-1: (Finance eon.lttee)
It was .eved by Mr. Kess.ler. seconded by Mr. Cholakian . and carried. thet the
following resolution be adopted.
RI'. TT RI'.SOINP.D, Thllt the following t raffic control order Is lldopted.
Traffic Control Order 93-1
That the RCampuS /'lap Central Michi,]an University
Vehicle RegullltlonR be chllnged to the following:
Students attending saturday and eveninq classes after 4:00 p.m. do
not hllv. to register It t hey aI''' only on canpus a t tho_. t1.as .
They may not park In other than pay lot. or meters on weekdays.
On-campus and cOll'lllUting students may park their vehicles only in
neFllgnllted 10tR. All pIIrldng lot deCAl rl>gulll t ions will hft In
effect during the calendar year from 1:00 lII.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday
through friday, unless otherwise posted. There wiil be no parking
In IIny I'Irall between 7:00 l'I.m. lind 7:00 l'I.m., except for rasldent
lots. Universitx decall .ult be properlx di.played on vehicle. by
1:00 1'1 ••• on the flrlt dey ot regular claslel. (~tion ITT.)
Traffic control Order 93-1 continued
All ptlrkill9 are!!!. lire designllted for specific groups al indkat..d
bItlnw. Only vphi(,I .. ,. with IIppropri"t. .. dec"l" "r .. PflnniUood In theft ..
aceas between 2;00 !I.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Section III.A.)
Any vehicle In viQlation ot this order shall be in violation at ~An
Ordlnllnc,", tn ('".nvp.rn lind COntrol Pl'lrk lnq, Traffic, I'Ind Pedestrlllnil ilL
Central Michigan University. "
PUBLIC BROADCASTING GRANTS: (P'ln..nc .. c:o-.Jttee)
It was moved by Mr . Kesseler, seconded by Mr. Cholakian, and carried, that the
following resolution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That the President or his designee is author ized to
1IC:r.f.!P! tOft u.s. l)ep",.trnen t of COItrnerce Public T .. lflconmm\cllt.\on
facili t ies Program grants as follows:
PTFP Radio Grant (1993)
I4I1tf'hing fllnd" (OfU Public RroI'Idc .. "ting fundrllIRflr .. )
PTFP Television Grant (1993)
M~t chi"? funds (CMU Public Broadcasting budget)
142 . 000
!'ilW'lnee c..:-ltt .. preaentlltiona/ report.: representlltlvl!a of NRO BlInk, tLA . ;
Investment IIctlvity f o r OCtober and November 1992.
It WII' moved by Mr . YOUr\9, sltCOnded by Ms. Rotter, lind cllrried, thllt the
following re.olut lon be adopted .
BE IT RESOLVED. That effective with the 1993-94 aC!tdemic year, a
mIIx\",um of twenty-three (23) fellowRhipR be authorhed:
6 doctoral fellowships at
13 universi ty research fellowehips a t
4 IIntv .. r lli ty rell l!llr<:h fellowllhi p lI at.
$7,100 e llch
BE IT fURTHER RESOLVED. That fou r additionlll unive rsity research
fellowships will be awarded be9innin9 with the 1994-95 academic year
(Rtlpanil to be determlnflil).
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Graduate FellOWshipa continued
Tn IIdditlan to the IItlp"nd, 1111 f"llowllhlps will Includ .. full
tuition and cour •• related fee. far up to thirty (30) credit hour.
per year .
All grlldullte fellows are c! lIsstfled 1111 Michigan residents for
This resolutian supersedes the r.solution adopted April 1992 .
GRADUATE ASSISTANT CCMPKHSATTOH: (Acllo-ic A!fair. C<snmitt .. )
It was moved by Mr. Young. seconded by Ms. Rotter, and carried, that the
following reaolution be adopted.
RR T'I' RRSOLVr.O, Thllt IIffective with the 1'~q3-q4 IIcademlc yelll'",
graduate IIssistant stipends be established as follows:
Do!qree Pursued Stipend Rang ...
Master's $&,450 1,900
Specialist, MFA. or Doctorat. 7,350 9 . 400
(with 30 hr. beyond baccalaureate)
StipendR fo r Individual gradulltll aallistantll will be deter~
ined lit departmental/college discretion.
All graduale assistent, are classif ied as Michigan residents
f o r tuition pU~R.'.
Graduate IIssistants pursuing doctoral degrees receive full
tuition remisslon for up to 20 aemester credit hour s in
addition to thflil'" IItlpe.nd. All other grllmlllte alllliatllntil
receive tuition remission prorated in accordance with the
extent of their responsibilities as graduate assistants.
CLARJOI: HTSTORTCAL I.T8RARY ROrARD 0' GO\1UHQRS: (Aclldamlc Attain Calnitte.)
It was move.;! by Mr. Young, s econded by Mil. Rotter, and carried, that the
f ollowing resolution be adopted.
RR IT RRROINF.O, That RtlllseJ! Kirk ill rel'lppointed t.n th.
Clarke Historical Librllry Board of Governors for a five-year
term expiring 1996.
• • ~deD1c Affaira CCIIIt1 t tee report.: Gary Shapiro. Bllalstant vice
provost/Institutional Research, undergraduate graduation n I t •• ; Jame. Scott,
ch~trpar80n/Academlc Senate .
It was moved by Hr. Kehetian, seconded by Kr. K •••• l.r. and carried, that the
following resolution he lldopt.ad.
B2 IT RESOLVED. Thllt the Donald F. Lutz Prizil is astabUahed .
and that the following statement i8 approved for printing in
the Ilniverslty Rtllietin:
Donald P. Lut~ Priz8
The Donald F. Lutz Prize .... as established in 1993 by t he
Dep"' r tlll8nt ot Rflcrestlon. Pllr\CS lind 1 .fIlllu ~ " Service"
Administration 1n honor of Donald F . Lutz, .... ho worked al an
al.aciate profe.sor in their departlltent between 1976 and
199'. Endowment Barnln'l" will provide an aWlIrd for oru
'lraduate students majorin'l in recrea t ion, parks a nd leisure
WMI'lWlRR KAmIOtATICS sotOloARstfIP : (Student Aftain ~lttee) • It was 1IIOve<l by Mr. Kehetian, seconded by Mr. Smith. and car r ied . t hat the
following resolution establi.hinq the Ed .... ard H. Wh it1llO re Mathemat ic. Scholarship
BE IT RESOLVED . That t he Edward H. Whitlnore Mathematics
Scholarship 1s .stablished, and that the following statement
III approved for pl'lntl ng In the Univer.H.y 1\1I11etln:
Edward H. lIhitmore Math_tic. Sc:holanhip
To COI!'II'Il'!!'CIrate the life of Edward H. Whit.ore, the Edward H.
Whl~re Math~tlclI Scholllrship IIndow.ent '10' ... 11 elltllb11l1h8d
in 1993 by family and f r iends. Dr. Whitmore w ... s a _the.
atie. profe.sor between 1965 and his retirement from CMU 1n
Ilfu:!!mbe r 1';167. He served 1'111 depllrtment chllll'lMn from 1';165
to 1974 and from 1976 to 1982. Spendable annual income f rom
the endowJl!l!nt will be awarded to eMU senior students who hav!!
@~rned II 3.6 o r higher In th@lr mlIth~tlclI mlIjor.
student Attain Commit.tee. report: Julie McMahon, chairperson/Reside nce Hall
Trustee Kehetian reported that MAGS continues to work On II series of Itete-wide
forumR rf'<;lllriling higher .duclltion. ~tell lind place" ror the fnnlmll llhould he
It was moved by I'll'. Smith, 8ttConded by Mr. Young. and carried. that the personnel
transaction. appear ing on pages 1-11 of the February 1993 agende be approved.
I t was moved by Hr. Young. seconded by Hr. Kessel.r, and carried, that gift.
received during November in the amount o f $335 ,627 and during December in the
amount of $443,696 be accepted with appr eciation.
It was moved by Hr. Young, seconded by Hr . Cholaklan, and carrlad. that grant.
a .... arded dur ing December 1992 1n the amount o f $440,161 be accepted.
Thfl mpe tln'l IIdjournP.d lit 11;22 II. M .
Secretary to th. Board of Trust ...
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