C E N T R A L ~ I C HI G AM U M I V E R SIT Y
BOA ROOF T R U S T E R S
MlIrch 12. 1M3
C8 n~ ~al Mich i gan Uni vac. ity BoArd of Tru8l &88
"It. Pleasant. Mi chigan
March 12, 1993
Members present: Dr. Gordon N. lAmbie. Chair:
Mr. Mitchell D. Kehetian; Mr. W. Sidney
Dr. t.eontlcd E. PI Itf:htll , Int.erim Pr811idenl .
Mr. Martin H. Cholakian;
Me. Robert P. Young. Jr.;
Members absent.: Mr. Roger L. Kassalar. Ms . Harriet B. Rotter.
Also attending: Mr. A. Kim Ellertson, Treasurer of the Board and Vice President
for BUldr,,!!'I!; lind Finane£!; Dr. Robert G. Frl'lnke, Prnvo",~; Mr. HUIIRell I •. Herron,
secretary to the Board of Trustees and Vice President for Unive rsity Relations:
Mr. James L. Hill. Vice President for Student Affairs.
The meeting wIU, clIllll'd to order by Chili .. l.runbie lit. 8:41 ".m.
It was moved by Mr . Young. seconded by Mr . Kehetian. and carried. that the Board
move into closed session to discuss st~ategy connected with the negotiation of
coll9Ctive h.o!rgaining agl"",f!mftnt.s.
The Board moved into closed session at 8:41 a.m.
The Board returned to open session at 11:05 a.m.
It was moved by Mr. Young . seconded by Mr. Smith, and carried, that the minutes
of the February 4-5, 1993, meeting be approved as corrected.
I!MRRI 'l'US RAHlt :
It was moved by Mr. Kehetian. seconded by Mr.
following resolution granting emeritus rank
p~te(:aor , hi s tory , D9 adopted.
Young. and carried. that the
to cal vin Enders, associat e
WHER!I.AS, Calvin Ender s has introduced two generations of Central
Michigan University students to the history of their country during
hi" 21-year tenure; and
WHEREAS . He brought the roaring t10lenties to life 10Iith voice and
WH".Rf',A~, HQ pursued th'" hlRtory of thQ state's Ku Klux Killn from
census to personal interview; and
~I!REAS. His keen interest in Itudents and in anecdote have been an
Inspiration to all who were privileged to know 1'11",; Now be It
R£SOLYED, That the Board of Trustees. on behalf of the university
r~lnlty. expreSRPs IIppr~rllltlon lind grlltltude to CIIlvln W. EndRrs
for hill contributions to Central Michigan Univeuity and extends
Professor Emeritus rank. effective June I, 1993
It Willi moved by Mr. Young. R~onded by Hr. Chol .. kllln, lind cllrrlod, thllt the
following resolution granting emeritus rank to 1Ull.illlll L. Lewis, associate
protes.or , Bnglish. be adopted.
WHRRf'.A~, Wi 1111111'1 I_Is 1'11111 lIervqd In th'" I)@p.oIrtIMnt of Engllllh
Lenguage and Literature for JO years and duri09 those years has
aanifested loyalty, kindnell. patience. and friendlinesl; and
WHRRF.A~, He hall taught with RKil\ and integrity IIIOre th"n ;1000
prospective teachers and a like number of technical writers; and
WHEREAS, Through hI. continul09 interaction with and presence in the
~9COndftry clallsronm, 1'111 1'11111 strengthened ll"," between higher
education and Michigan secondary schools; and
WHRREAS. He has made hill considerable expertille available to
AtudRntll off Cl:ltnplll!. through 1'1111 effective FN'Irticip.tltion In the
extended learning programs: and
WHEREAS, He has actively , upported and served in hil prOfellional
IIsROrI"tlons as repr~spntlltlv~ "nd aR 1lalllOn; Now be It thprefore
RESOLVED. That th~ Board of Trustees on behalf of the university
c~nity expresses appreciation and gratitude to William J. Lewis
for hiR "ont.rlbutlonll to ('ljntrlll Michlg"n Unlv .. rRlty lind extends
Prof .. ssor Eme r itus r~nk. effective June 1. 1993.
It wal moved by Mr. SlI'Iith. seconded by Mr. Cholakiltn, and carried. that the
following r"'lIolution grllnting AlIMtritulI rllnk t o Anthony H. IHe1.e, IIsAOciat.
prohe.o.r. phydcsl education and &;pOrt. boo lldopted.
~rltu. Rank continued
WHEREAS, Anthony Miele hal cOll'1pleted 36 years of profeBlional
service at C .. ntral Michigan Univer li ty. contributing to sport a. II
CD.'lch I'Ind t8l1Chf'l r; lind
WHEREAS, H. h~s influenced the grovth and devel~nt of the
Doe-partlMnt of Physical Education and Sport and the Coll..,e of
P.duclltlon, H<tAlth, "nd HUI .... n Servl" .. III; lind
WHEREAS. He was instrumental In the cheerleaders and dance programs
and initiated the _n'l and wc.en'l intercoll.-giate gy.n.ltics
team., ",xhlbltlon t.eam., lind the CHU Chlppettes; lind
WHEREAS. He has been an advocate of multicultural and 910bal
education, serving as advisor to the International and Hilpanic
~tudent Org"nh:lltions, IIR presldfmt to the Mlchlg"n 1nternlltionlll
COuncil and to the local chapt.r of People-to-People; and
WHEREAS. He has served the univeCllty ~nd cOllt!llJnity. by brin9l09
rl'i'COgnltlon 10 his depart_nl lind col1egf! throughO\lt Michlglln lind
the nation: and
WH!R!AS, He h~s contributed to the prof ell ion through .. ny
prf'lIf'ntat Ions, .. speel"lly thoAe for Mlch Ig"n A..tostX:lat ion for H8111 th,
Physical Education. Recreation and Dance (HAHPERD); and
WHEREAS, He has been known for his enerqy, innovation and unl.lfilh
~evotlon to CHU; Now be It t~ ... refore
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees on behalf of the univ.rlity
community expresses appreciation and gratitude to Anthony M. Miel.
for 1'1111 contr ibutions to Centrlll MichigAn University and extend"
Prof •• sor Emeritus rank, effective June 1. 1993.
It was .avec! by Mr. Cholakian, leconcted by Mr. YOU"9, and carried. that the
following rellol"llon granting _ritus rllnk ta Tharpeon C. Moffit , 1I •• i.tant
profe .. or, teacher education and profe •• lonal devel~nt . be adopted.
WH£RI!A5. Thompson Moffit hal devoted 28 yearl to iqlrovin<;1 the
lell rnlnq experiences of chlldrf'ln In MichigAn, ~nd lin "dd\tion~l 11
years to the children of California, Colorado. Iowa. and military
p9rlonnel Itationed in Germany; and
WHI'.RP,AS, H" h"s lIervllrl as ... c~pllbl. and respectftrl tellcher at the
el ... nt~ry and junior hi9h school l"vels . and has ~dvocated for a
balanced and integrated elementary Ichaol curriculUIII which includes
IIpproprlllte attention to th" v\ll"",l lind p41rfond09 "rt.; "nd
, .. ,
WHPJIF.A$, HI!I hlls contrlbutP.d to the IIdvanc_nt of knowledge ''III "
_nu6cript reviewer for the Arlthlnetic Teache r, a journal of thl!l
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; and
Wl1I':REMI, H" hils served liS prelll(lent. of the local chtlpte r of the
Association of Childhood Education International; as a board member
and prelident of the universIty chapter of Phi Delta Kappa; and as
II cont_rlhllt 11'19 I'KHI'Iher (>f numerot,,, un;ver"lty COfIII!lt.tlMl"; lind
WHEREAS. He has served the Ht. Plellsllnt community liS a member of the
boards of the Isabella County Child Development Center lind the
Voight-CAP IIgency. lind liS I' 10"9stllndlng rnert'Ib@,.. of thl!l conmunlty
WHEREAS. He has, by establishing high standards, modeling discovery
I'pproachl!ls to the Lel'rhlng of INIth"IMtics lind promot.ing democrlltlc
ideals through open discussion. challenged thousand. of aspirinq
elementary teachers to be lifelo09 learners; How be It therefore
RF.S01.vEO, Thllt the RolIrd of Tnlstees, on behlllf of thl!l university
c~nity, expresses appreciat10n and gratitude to Thompson C.
Koffit for his contributions to Central Hichiqan University lind
.. xt .. ndll Professor Emerlt.us rllnk, efff!Ctlve ,lun8 I, 1993.
1 t waa moved by Mr. Kehetian. seconded by Mr. 'toun9. and carried. that the
followinq resolution grantil'l9 emeritus rank to Paul J. Oberle, profeallOr. t eacher
lldueation and prof.ssioNl1 deve1opDent . be lldoptlld.
WHEREAS, Paul Oberle hilS devoted 28 years or his 34-year education
career working with Central Michigan University student t eachera;
WHEREAS , Prior to bec:calng II faculty ~r at Central ,Uchiglln
Unlver_ity. he .,lIS a teacher in the Saginaw Public School_; and
WHFRF.AS. He hilS been "ctlvl'! In the profellllion AS II _mbAr of the
atate and national Associations of Teacher Educlltora, Phi Delta
Kappa and the MEA and NEA; and
WHFRP.AS. HfI hilS befln lin rrut.lltllndln9 cont r ibuto r t_o tha l'IucreliS of
the Central Michi9an University Student Teachin9 Profession by
openlng the CMU Thumb Student Teaching C.nter ano by establishing
continulnq poRitive rel<'ltlonllhlplI .,Ith k - 12 tellchl!lrs lind
WHEREAS, Ha has devoted a great delll of professional i nsight and
f'xpe!"tise 1111 lin e(luclltlonlll r:onsultllnt lind liS" di rector of th8 Tl'!en
b!eritus Rank continued
R<lnch lncorpor"t~ TUtorial Program. as II ....t...r of tn. Boar" of
Directors "nd Consultant to ca.p H"ppy Hollow. and aa a ~r or
several state educational co..laalons and boards; and
WHF.RFAS, Ha hilS prov\dl'!d high qulllity Rtudent tellchlng experience.
and seminara for hundreds of students in the SagiNlw. Thumb. and
Traver se City centers and ha. tauqht hundreds of students in formal
on- and off-c~'s c\I'IRSeR; Now be it th~rflfore
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees. on behalf of the unlveraity
community, expressea appreciation lind gratitude to Paul J. Oberle
for hili c:ontrlbutlonll to Central Mlchlglln Ilniverllity and ext.nds
Prof.ssor Emeritus rank. effective June 1. 1993.
It wa. JnQved by Mr . Smith •• ..conde<! by Mr . Cholakian, and carrie<!. thllt the
following resolution be adopted.
1993-94 RooM and Board Ratea,
Off-0:u0pl8 Student Food Agr_nt Rat.a , and
BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached room and board rates in Exhibit A. Section A,
Resldencfl Hall rates. Section R, off·c...~11 Student Food Agr .... nt rlltes, and
section C, Univeraity ApartMents • Single Student rates be epproved to be
affectiva with the start of the Pall Semestar 1993; and That Section D,
Iln\ver Rlty Ap"rt.l!llmtll • FllfIIlly HouA\ng !"lIteR be Rpproved to be I'IfffH'::l\vl'l
August 1. 1993:
BI!. IT f'URTHER RESOLVED, That theae ratea are approved with the understanding that
th. BoArd of TruRt.eeR reserveR tne right to chllngl'l the rat.R If. In the opinion
of the Board. such change la neces.ary.
Room and 20 meala per week
Monday·Satutday 3; Sunday 2
ROOIII and 13 Mals pet week
Monday-SIIturdRY '; Sundlly 1
Room and 10 meala per week
1993-94 Rate In.c:raa ... continued
4 !arly arrival package (Housing and Board)
~,"ount p"'r dAy
Off-ca.pu. Student Food Aqreemant
,. IJ-fllP .. 1 pl'In/"f!IIIf'II'"r
). 10-man1 plan/s_ster
4 5-meal pian/semester
0;. 'oy J"i IMlllR/totlll foc th" IIernest ....
c. Univer.ity Apart.ents - Single students--
Prflll'on, At Rt r, f) I'Ind Nort.hw"Bt! Inr-Iud ...
utilitie •• cable TV. telephone
a . One bedrOOlll
b . 'l'vo Mdroofll
PI"flllton V. v, G,
utllitie •• cable
a one bedroofll
b. TWo bedl"oc.I
"nd W"Ghington: includa"
TV. telephone. wnsher/dryer
-Rate. quoted are for th .. acaderlLic y ... r nt 00.--1 occupancy.
Rate. for reduced occupancy are cnlculated as follows:
, Pf'rMnli In" 4-p""'rllon lIulte 1-1/4 t\_11 the Mile I"0OIII rllnt.
2 persons in a 4-person .uite • 1-1/2 t~8 the bose roofII rent.
~rson in a l-bedroom sulte • 1-1/2 times the base ~ rent.
** Rlllell quot .. d lire per IItuden t /l'lr:lIdflmlc yea .. "' 00I"11III1 occuJlIInr:y.
Rntes for 81ngle occupancy per bedroom are 1-1/2 times the base rates.
All apartment. are furni.hed.
1993-94 Rate Increa.e. continued
D. Univllr.ity Aparr.ant.
K .. w"dln:
telephone .. b.
NorthwAllt "nd PrAllton A, R, C, n:
inc1udll. utiliti •• . cable TV.
telephone .. b.
WII"hlnqton lind Prell ton Rt V, G:
includes utiliti •• , cable TV.
w~sher /d ryer. telephone
~ . one bedroom
b. Two bAdr<:lOlll
--· R~le. quoted are per apart.ent/~nth for
UnfurniShed ~par~nts, where available.
furn\ "hed unit •.
furnished unit •.
are $lS/month le.s
Finance eom.itt .. report.: extended learning rntes for 1993-94 whiCh will be
~cted upon at the Mny .eeting; invest.ent activity for December 1992.
MAGS report : introduction or rllculty and student" to be honored ~t the awards
It w~s moved by Mr. Kehetian, seconded by Mr . Cholakian. and carried. that the
per sonnel t r ansactions appearlng on pages 1-9 of the March 199] agenda be
It w~s moved by Mr. Smith. seconded by Mr. Cholak1~n. and carried. th~l g1fts
received during January in the amount or $1,357,868 be accepted with appreeiat
Jt w~s moved by Mr . Cholakian. seconded by Mr. s.lth, ~nd c~rried, that grants
'Iw'l,.dfKl dudnq January 1'}q3 In thlt amount of $625,'>15 bf'I accept_ad.
The meeting adjourned at 11:29 a.m.
Russell L. Herron
~ec:ret~ry to the Board or Trustees
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