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Today in the History of the University of Illinois

Welcome to the new "Today in the History of the University of Illinois" feature! This is an extremely experimental project to build a database of major events in the University's history, currently totaling more than 500,000. The current database below was compiled using software programs that identified all dates in the pages on this site and in its more than 70,000 pages of digitized historical material. Since all dates were 100% automatically identified, there may be errors, and many date references may refer to routine events. This is a work in progress, please contact University Archives with comments, questions, recommendations, etc. A total of 100 events are recorded for today.

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  • 1926: ...as a member of congress and as united states senator Although Senator McKinley lived to dedicate the new building ftn6 6 he had donated 205,000 for, ftn7 7 he died later that year, on December 7, 1926. ftn8 8 The facility cost 425,000 to build ftn9 9 and offered 42,700 square feet of space. ftn10 10 By 1950 the building had wards and private rooms holding up to 80 student patients, with a special ... (McKinley Memorial University Hospital / McKinley Health Center)
  • 1926: ...ved his country and state for many years as a member of congress and as united states senator Although Senator McKinley lived to dedicate the new building, he died later that year, on December 7, 1926. 96 The facility cost 425,000 226,000 according to University of Illinois Bulletin - Second Foundation Number - Vol XXXIII, No. 31, March 31, 1936 to build and offered 42,700 square feet of space. 97... (Gift & Memorial Descriptions)

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  • 1863: ...sister society. That the agriculturists were thoroughly aroused is shown by the suggestion of President Van Epps of the state agricultural society in a letter to the Prairie Farmer of December 7, 1863, which called attention to the fact that if the supreme court should hold that the legislature, prorogued by the governor, was in session, that it was highly important for the congressional committee... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
  • 1866: , December 7, 1866. ,Struggle for Location 1865-1867 217 coarse of five weeks he thus interviewed nearly forty members out of a total of eighty-five, and secured pledges, slightly if at all qualified, from perhaps fift... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
  • 1867: ...ks, divided into three terms, of twelve weeks each. III. CALENDAR FOR 1 8 6 8 - 9 . The Autumn Term shall commence September Kth, and close December 5th. The Winter Term shall commence December 7th, and close March 6th, 18 9 The Spring Term shall commence Vlarch 15th, and close June 6th. A recess shall be taken, embracing the holidays. A vacation of one week shall occur between the Winter and Spri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1868)
  • 1868: ...r-in-Chief. George W. Myers. Business Manager, C. P. VanGundy. UNIVEBSITY BATTALION. Young Men's Literary Society. Motto: "Animis opibusqueparati." Organized March 7th, 1868; chartered December 7 th, 1872. Meets every Friday evening. President, Mark Powers. Secretary, R. M. Place. SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES, NATUBAL HISTOBY SOCIETY. President, Prof. S. A. Forbes. Secretary, C. M. Weed. CIVIL ENGINEERS' ... (Course Catalog - 1886-1887)
  • 1872: ...stice, Associate Justices, Pros, Attorney, S. A. Bullard. f;jQ ek r. M. Savage. Young Men's Literary Society. Motto: "Ani mis opibusque parati." Organized March 7th, 1868; chartered December 7th, 1872; meets iu Society's Hall every Friday, at 7 p. M. W. P. Ward, President. W. F. Spradling, Secretary. PHILOMATHEAN. LEGISLATIVE. President, C. L. Sim, Vice President, Miss Nettie Culver, Secretary, C.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1876)
  • 1872: ..., 3 J. W. Patchen, 3 A. W. Porter, 3 W. P. Johnson, 3. I. I. U. BATTALION. Young Men's Literary Society ; motto : " Animis opibu-igue pdrati ; " organized March 7th, 1868, chartered December 7th, 1872 ; meets in Society's Hall every Friday at 7 P. M. J. J. Seymour, President. F. White, Secretary. PHILOMATHEAN. Young Men's Literary Society ; motto : " Corns up Higher.'1'' Organized March 7th, 1368 ... (Course Catalog - 1876-1877)
  • 1872: ...PHIC. Chief Justice, 1st Ass't. Justice, 2nd " " Pros. Attorney, LEGISLATIVE. Young Men's Literary Society. . Motto : " Animis opibusqueparati." Organized March 7th, 1868, chartered December 7th, 1872. Meets in Society's Hall, every Friday at 7 p. m. W. F. Spradling, President. W. A. Thompson, Secretary. SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. Young Men's Literary Society. Motto : " Through Nature up to Nature's ... (Course Catalog - 1877-1878 Version A)
  • 1872: ...t 7 p. M. every Friday F. W. Hatch. President.' J. G. Cole, Secretary. ADELPHIC. Yonng Men's Literary Society; Motto: "Animis opibusque parati;" organized March 7th, 1868, chartered December 7th, 1872, meets in Society's Hall every Friday, at 7 p. M. W. A. Thompson, Preaidont. O. F. Howe, Secretary. SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. LEGISLATIVE. President, Vke-President, Secretary, AsuH Secretary, F W. Hatc... (Course Catalog - 1878-1879)
  • 1872: .... FOB 1885-6. Editor-in-chief, Chas. H. Kammann. Young Men's Literary Society. Business Manager, J. 0. Davis. Motto: "Anitiis opibusque parati." Organized March 7th, 1868: chartered December 7th, 1872. Meets in UNIVEBSITY BATTALION. Society's Hall every Friday evening. Lieut. Chas. McClure, U. S. A., President, W. F. Kendall. Commander, and Professor of MiliSecretary, W. C. Sanford. tary Science. ... (Course Catalog - 1885)
  • 1872: ...-Chief. George W. Myers. Business Manager, C. P. VanGundy. UNIVEBSITY BATTALION. Young Men's Literary Society. Motto: "Animis opibusqueparati." Organized March 7th, 1868; chartered December 7 th, 1872. Meets every Friday evening. President, Mark Powers. Secretary, R. M. Place. SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES, NATUBAL HISTOBY SOCIETY. President, Prof. S. A. Forbes. Secretary, C. M. Weed. CIVIL ENGINEERS' CLUB... (Course Catalog - 1886-1887)
  • 1873: ...A. C. Braucher, 3 B. E. Beach, 2 Miss Delia Ross, 3 C. N. Roberts, 3. ADELPHIC. Young Men,'s Literary Society. Motto: "Animis opiousque parati." Organized March 7th, 1868; chartered December 7th, 1873. Meets in Society's Hall every Friday at 7 p. M. President, J. E. Armstrong. Secretary, i. W. Bullard. ILLINI. Executive Committe C. H. Dennis, J. E , Armstrong, Miss Dora Audrus, W. A. Manslield; F.... (Course Catalog - 1880-1881)
  • 1880: ... Young Men's Literary Society; Motto: T. C. Hill, 2 Miss May Reed, 2 W. L. Parker, 3 " Animts opibusque parati;" organized Miss L. Lawhead, i A. M. Bridge, 2 March 7th, 1S68, chartered December 7th, Miss G. Dresser, i 1S72, meets in Society's Hall every Friday, E. Philbrick, 2 J. E. Armstrong, I Miss L. Brown, 3 .t 7 p. M. A. O. Coddington, 3 R. R. Conklin, President, A. E. Davis, 3 W. A. Mansfiel... (Course Catalog - 1879-1880)
  • 1889: .... T h e Japanhave 1 n pen-mind I r arch s t u d e n t s in all things useful for w a r , beyond n ther p le pt p e r h a p s tin rmans. Some I in e x p l a n a t i o n ni the attack of December 7 that havinj been ci 1 in I hina. the J a p a n e s e wished an honorable exit from war. which they might obtain by attacking great nation xpecting to 1 1 by them. S o m e even went further, and said that ... (Convocation - 1942 Winter-Spring)
  • 1891: ...00 00 500 00 172 00 125 00 25 00 150 00 50 00 2,425 00 The annual report of the farm, as made by Professor Morrow, is as herewith presented: FARM R E P O R T . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, December 7, 1891. Dr. T. J. Bur rill, Acting Regent, SIR: I present the following state of the financial operations of the University farms, for the year ending December 1, 1891: R e c e i p t s for t h e year., Expe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...penses incident upon the preparation of the lectures. The committee on cement walk made the following report: ,PROCEEDINGS O F BOARD O F TRUSTEES. 177 U N I V E R S I T Y OF ILLINOIS, December 7, 1891. To the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: The undersigned, to whom was referred t h e building of cement walks on t h e University grounds, report t h a t they have had buil... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: , December 7, 1891. To the Committee en Buildings and Grounds of the Board of Trus'ees. GENTLEMEN : I beg leave to present the following report in regard to the matters placed under my charge: 1. N A T U R A L SCIENCE ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1898: ..., German, mathematics, and Latin all, excepting agriculture, primarily and principally for teachers of the public schools. In pursuance of the recommendations of this Committee report, December 7th, the Deans of the Colleges of Science and Agriculture called a joint meeting of their respective faculties, in which most of the departments primarily interested in summer school work were represented. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1905: ...t the British, and the Dutch, did Russi from Vladivostok against the stick and paper ities of Ja i Another question which cannot be definitely answered now is whether fapan attack 1 on December 7 in collusion with Hitler, i :ctl on her own a omit. 1 rhaps she was convinced that Hitler v n n n th e of capturing Moscow, after which the German i though Japan might a, toward the ilfields of the C a u ... (Convocation - 1942 Winter-Spring)
  • 1912: ...il June 30, 1913, at a total salary for the two positions of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. November 27, 1912. Ebersol, E. T., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning December 7, 1912, and continuing until June 30, 1913, at a salary of thirty dollars- 30 a month. December 9, 1912. Frazier, Mollie, Stenographer in the Department' of Zoology, on two-thirds time, a t a salary of thir... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...year and four thousand dollars 4,000 per annum for. each of the two succeeding years of this appointment. January 11, 1913. Hooker, Fred, Toolroom Attendant in the Woodshop, beginning December 7, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until August 31, 1913, with a salary at the rate of five hundred fifty dollars 550 for twelve months' service, vice L. C. Demlow, resigned. December 24, 1912. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: December 7 Exhibition swimming meet by Coach Manley's men. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, noted chemist and pure-food expert, addressed packed audience in Auditorium on " P u r e F o o d . " December 9 Contract awarded for er... (Book - Early History of University (1916))
  • 1914: December 7, 1914. Lewis, H. F., r Private Research Fellow in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, with a stipend of five hundred dollars 500 for the current academic year, to be paid by Dr. J. H. Beal (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: December 7, 1914. Little, Roger F., Lecturer on Elementary Law, for the second semester of 1914-15, with a remuneration of two hundred fifty dollars 250 for the semester (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: December 7, 1914. Mills, Guy G., Instructor in Civil Engineering, beginning February 1, and continuing until June 15, 1915, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: December 7, 1914. Welden, N., Student Assistant in Anatomy in the College of Medicine, for the first semester of the academic year 1914-15, to give six hours service a week, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 for the se... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...sity Senate. a Requirements for admission to the undergraduate colleges: December 8, 191Jf. Dr. fidmund J. James President. DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: The University Senate at its meeting of December 7, 1914, adopted the following recommendations to the Board of Trustees, proposing certain minor modifications of our scheme of entrance requirements: CERTAIN MODERN LANGUAGES ACCEPTED. 1. That 1 or 2 units ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...GS OF THfi SOAKD 0 TRUSTEES. ADMISSION TO T H E GRADUATE SCHOOL. 191 December 103 191.' . Dr. Edmund J. James,, President. DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: The University Senate, at its meeting of December 7, 1914, voted to recommend to the Board of Trustees the adoption of the following regulations in regard to admission to the Graduate School: 1. Admission to the Graduate School may be granted to graduates o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...r notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 8, 1916. Bauer, Clifford, Clerk in the Business Office, at a salary of forty-five dollars 45 a month, beginning December 7, 1915, and continuing until further notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 4, 1916. Ferguson, H. P., Assistant Engineer in the State "Water Survey, a t a salary of one hundre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...6, and of the adjourned session of November 22, 1916. On motion of Mr. Carr, the minutes were approved as printed above on pages 135 to 177, inclusive. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, DECEMBER 7, 1916 The Secretary presented for record a report of the meeting of the Executive Committee held on Thursday, December 7, 1916. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of 179 ,i8o BOA... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...n pages 135 to 177, inclusive. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, DECEMBER 7, 1916 The Secretary presented for record a report of the meeting of the Executive Committee held on Thursday, December 7, 1916. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of 179 ,i8o BOARD OF TRUSTEES December 14, the University of Illinois was held in the Woman's Building, at the University, in Urbana, at... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...of the Board of Trustees of 179 ,i8o BOARD OF TRUSTEES December 14, the University of Illinois was held in the Woman's Building, at the University, in Urbana, at 1 p. m. on Thursdajr, December 7, 1916. Mr. W . L. Abbott, chairman, and Mr. R. F . Carr, a member of the committee, were present; also Mrs. Mary E. Busey, Mrs. Laura B. Evans, and Miss Florence E . Watson, members of the Board of Trustee... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: .... The program of exercises connected with this dedication will begin at 8 P. M. Wednesday, December 6th, in the Auditorium, followed by a program in the Auditorium on Thursday morning, December 7th. from 8:30 until noon. The dedication session will begin ab 2:30 P ' i. in the University A dito iuiav ;4 full program of the exercises will be sent . you by the Dean of the College of Engineering. ; Th... (Dedication - Ceramic Engineering Dedication Invite)
  • 1916: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 TECHNICAL SESSION 8.xo A. M. At the University Auditorium DR. E. W. WASHBURN, Professor of Ceramic Chemistry and Head of the Department of Ceramic Engineering, presiding. Address: The Manufacturer's Depen... (Dedication - Ceramic Engineering Dedication)
  • 1918: December 7, 1918 President Edmund J. James M Y DEAR PRESIDENT JAMES: I beg to advise you that in accordance with action of the Board of Trustees, I have purchased from Mrs. Etta D. Ellrod of Urbana, the twenty acres ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: The Survey, December 7, 1918. King. W. L. M.: Industry and Humanity. McMurtrie, Douglas C : The Disabled Soldier; The Red Cross Institute for Disabled Men; Reconstructing the crippled soldier. Proceedings, National Conference on... (War Publications - WWI Compilation 1923 - Article 47)
  • 1922: ... his widow. O n motion of M r s . Grigsby, these resolutions were adopted. RESOLUTIONS IN HONOR OF WILLIAM EDWARD QUINE 6 A recommendation that the following resolution be adopted: On December 7, 1922, there passed away in Chicago William Edward Quine, for thirty-three years Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and for twenty-one years Dean of the College of Medicine of the University of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: December 7, 1922 Brennan, J. W., Assistant in Anatomy, in the College of Medicine,forfour months, beginning October 3, 1922, at a salary of twenty-five dollars 25 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: December 7, 1923 Aries, Harriet S., Nurse in the Department of Ophthalomology and Medicine, for nine months, beginning January 16, 1924, at a salary of one hundred sixteen and two-thirds dollars 116.66 a month, subje... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1925: ...ht months beginning January I, 1926, at a cash compensation of one thousand dollars 1000 . December 15, 1925 Klein, Jacob, Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, beginning December 7, 1925, and continuing until September 1, 1926, without salary. December II, 1925 Kohn, Frank, Medical Adviser for M e n and Assistant in Hygiene, for eight months beginning January 1, 1926, at a cash compe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1926: December 7, 1926 Isaacson, M . R., Assistant in Soil Survey Mapping, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, for four months beginning December 1, 1926, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty-s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...tention to the possibility of the use of the certificate plan by the students. MEMORIAL ON THE DEATH OF SENATOR WILLIAM B. MC KINLEY 19 As you all know, Senator McKinley passed away on December 7, a t r an fe illness of several months following an operation which he underwent last spring. In view of Senator McKinley's great interest in the University, as manifested by his generosity during his lif... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...RCHASE ORDERS 15 The following report from the Comptroller on contracts and purchase orders executed since the last report: CONTRACTS EXECUTED BY THE COMPTROLLER NOVEMBER 12, 1927, TO DECEMBER 7, 1927 Miscellaneous contract executed under general regulations: Name Amount DaU Item Brink's Express Minimum Charge, November 23, 1927 Delivering Chicago Company 15.00 per trip. Departments registration d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...to January 10, 1927. This report was received for record. LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR E. E. BAUER 22 I report that Mr. E. E. Bauer, instructor i Civil Engineering, was given n sick leave from December 7 to December 22. Mr. Bauer underwent an operation on the former date and was not able to return to his classes before the beginning of the Christmas vacation. This report was received for record. ROYALTIES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1931: ...iate in Geology, from January 18 until such time as she is able to resume her duties during the second semester. Dr. Victor A. Hoersch, Associate in Mathematics, for three months from December 7, 1931. G. L. Jordan, Assistant to the Dean of the College of Agriculture, one month from January 12. O n motion of M r . Trees, this action w a s approved. RELEASE OF DR. DAVID KINLEY FROM CALL TO DUTY 2 A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1935: December 7, 1935 Fitzsimmons, Cleo, Extension Specialist in Junior Club Work in the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, for nine months beginning December 1, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: December 7, 1935 Pleshar, Helen Agnes, Record Clerk in the Registrar's Office, for nine months beginning December I, 1935, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, at a cash compensation at the rate of e... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: December 7, 1935 Fitzsimmons, Cleo, Extension Specialist in Junior Club Work in the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, for nine months beginning December 1, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: December 7, 1935 Pleshar, Helen Agnes, Record Clerk in the Registrar's Office, for nine months beginning December I, 1935, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, at a cash compensation at the rate of e... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...in the East. Next year she plans to resume work in her old department but only for part time. Her home address is 2414 Telegraph ave., Berkeley. Clara E. Howard, B.L.S. '01, died on December 7th, 1935, at Emory Uni- I versity, Georgia. She had not been well for some time, but her death was a great shock to her family and friends. Miss H o w a r d had been Dean of the j T Library School at Emory L ... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 22)
  • 1937: On December 7, 1937, respondent again moved for a continuance, which motion was denied. On December 9 an amended motion for a continuance was made by respondent, which motion was likewise denied. On December 10 the hear... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...Service Hospital Library. Mr. Tilger has recently been an assistant in the catalog and reference department of the Lincoln, Nebr., Public Library. Mr. Tilger will assume his new duties December 7. Dorothy Benjamin, B.S. '32, is on a trip around the world. When she returns her home address will be 2600 Illinois Avenue, Granite City, 111. Rose Williamson Kinzer, B.S. '32, has moved to Washington whe... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 27)
  • 1940: ...ear from December 12, 1940, without pay, for military service. 6. Laborers in Physical Plant Department: Willard Land, November 6, 1940, to January 7, 1941; J. B. Jones, November 4 to December 7, 1940; Ray Goddard, October 15 to December 31, 1940, or as much thereof as may be necessary; each with full pay. In each case the leave is in addition to vacation and sick leave allowances provided under C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...e of Engineering resignation effective November 14, 1940. COOMBE, JOHN V., Special Research Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station resignation effective December 7, 1940. ESTERQUEST, RALPH THEODORE, Order Assistant in the Library resignation effective December I, 1940. The Board adjourned, to meet on call of the President. H . E. CUNNINGHAM HAROLD POGUE Secretary Pre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ... Physical Plant Department, extension of sick leave from January 24 through February 27, 1941, with full pay. Mr. John Henry, laborer in the Physical Plant Department, sick leave from December 7, 1940, through January 25, 1941, with full pay. Dr. E. M. Lyman, Associate in Physics, Dr. N. F. Ramsey, Jr., Associate in Physics, and Dr. M. H. Kanner, Instructor in Physics extension of leaves without p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ment to all such officers to learn the language. Student Activities Like the rest of the nation, the students and the staff of the University of Illinois were shocked by the events of December 7, 1941. But also, like the rest of the nation, each person connected with the University moved at once to positive action. An immense convocation of students, faculty, and townspeople was one of the first s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...eral background and policies again wl h air University resources for wartime service are being deveh That development has been in progress in- mam months and has pr led very rapidl cc December 7, 1941, as the following indicate 1. R h work for the A r m y and a is now being a 1 in I members of our teaching and research staffs both h mp nd away from the campus, The Department of Phys s g ml leav to... (Convocation - 1942 Winter-Spring)
  • 1942: ... December 1, 1942, through August 31, 1943. ALCIDE L. ROSI, Associate in Surgery R u s h , from December 1, 1942, through August 31, 1943. G. ERNST GIESECKE, Associate in German, from December 7, 1942, through August 31, 1943. LEONARD HAMMEL, Janitor in Physical Plant Department, from December 8, 1942, through August 31, 1943. JOHN E. SWEET, Assistant Professor of Architecture, from December 9, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: December 7, 1942 SERED, HARRY, Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, for nine months beginning December 1, 1942, without salary (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ... effective January 1, 1943. JANICKI, MURIEL CONSTANCE, Graduate Assistant in Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology, in the College of Pharmacy resignation effective at the close of business, December 7, 1942. KNEISLEY, JOSEPH WAYNE, Fellow in Chemistry resignation effective January 31, 1943. KOKOSKA, MILTON FRANK, Assistant in Geology resignation effective December 7, 1942. ,226 BOARD OF TRUSTEES LILL, A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...se of business, December 7, 1942. KNEISLEY, JOSEPH WAYNE, Fellow in Chemistry resignation effective January 31, 1943. KOKOSKA, MILTON FRANK, Assistant in Geology resignation effective December 7, 1942. ,226 BOARD OF TRUSTEES LILL, ALTHEA GENEVIEVE, Junior Library Assistant and Natural History Survey Librarian resignation effective December 24, 1942. LIPSCOMB, ROBERT D E W A L D , General Aniline C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...DELL, RUSSELL T., First Assistant in Soil Physics and Soil Survey, in the Department of Agronomy, in the Agricultural Experiment Station resignation effective at the close of business December 7, 1942, PLATIN, JOSEPH WALKON, Instructor in Urology, in the Department of Surgery, in the College of Medicine declination effective September 1, 1942. PLAYE, GEORGE L., Fellow in French resignation effecti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1943: ...he conditions indicated in each case: GARNET RENAKER, Senior Clerk-Typist in the Physical Plant Department, sick leave with pay from May 21 through July 6, 1943, and from August 23 to December 7, 1943, under the rules of the Board, this being in addition to the 15 days' sick leave to which she is entitled under Civil Service regulations. E. R. BERBAUM, Routing Supervisor in the Physical Plant Depa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1943: ...f the shortage of corn, but the above prices are below existing ceiling prices. Emergency action was necessary as the corn was offered for immediate purchase. These orders were placed December 7, 1943; emergency action was necessary in order to secure this corn. ,8io BOARD OF TRUSTEES December 18 7. Acids for the Chemistry Department, from Merck and Company, Rahway, New Jersey, at their price of 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1943: December 7, 1943 PEREL, ADA RACHEL, Laboratory Technician in the Department of Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning October 15, 1943, and continuing through May 31, 1944, at a salary at the rate of forty-five dolla... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1943: ...ington and Lincoln to the Alumni Association. 12. Mrs. W. H . Schick, a microscope which belonged to her son, Lieutenant William R. Schick, -who was killed in action at Pearl Harbor on December 7, to the College of Medicine, to be lent to needy, worthy students while in school and to be kept in the possession of the College for this purpose. ,924 BOARD O F T R U S T E E S June 20 13. University of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1944: ...945, at a salary at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. January 11, 1945 BAILIE, ELIZABETH L., Junior Clerk-Stenographer in the Alumni Relations and Records Office, beginning December 7, 1944, and continuing through August 31, 1945, subject to University Civil Service rules, at a salary at the rate of one thousand one hundred four dollars 1104 a year, in addition to three hundred ninety-s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1944: December 7, 1944 HOOD, M R S . BETTE JAYNE, Assistant in Speech, on one-half time, for five months beginning February I, 1945, at a salary at the rate of eighty-two dollars fifty cents 82.50 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1944: December 7, 1944 W I L K I N S , CHARLES THOMAS, Assistant in English, for five months beginning February 1, 1945, at a salary at the rate of one hundred sixty-five dollars 165 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1945: December 7, 1945 FAUTIN, REED WINGET, Instructor in Physiology, for five months beginning February I, 1946, at a salary at t h e rate of two hundred fifty dollars 250 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1945: ...ws 1207 West Stoughton Amount to be paid by the University Dote ti 750 September 25. 194s Amount lobe received by the University Date 1 750 October 5, 1945 280 163 12 October 23, 1945 December 7, 1945 With Whom William Charles and V. J. Hampton J. Francis O'Neill L. E. Tate This report was received for record. EXEMPTION OF STUDENTS IN EXTRAMURAL COURSES FROM LABORATORY AND OTHER SERVICE FEES 17 T ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1950: ...nk of Chicago, the purchase of the new Certificates was authorized and is now reported to the Board of Trustees. Deposit Funds Investments Purchase: U. S. A. 90-day Treasury Bills due December 7, 1950 24 917 85 Endowment Funds U. S. A. Series G, 2 2 per cent Savings Bonds due June 1, 1962 8 000 00 50 100 share Eastman Kodak Company Common, 10 par scrip certificate 22 99 Yi share Fidelity-Phenix Fi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1952)
  • 1950: ...ry Science C S leave of absence, with full pay, from November 12 through December 31, I95 KENNEDY, WILLIAM E., Instructor, Crop Production Agronomy C leave of absence, without salary, December 7, 1950-August 31, 1951, for military service. LITHERLAND, MRS. DOROTHY, Instructor, Accountancy Business Organization and Operation leave of absence, with full pay, November 1,1950-January 31,1951. Roos, FR... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1952)
  • 1950: ...erms of the plan. INVESTMENTS Mrs. Watkins reported for the Finance Committee the following transactions involving securities: Exchange: Deposit Funds 25,000 U.S.A. Treasury Bills due December 7, 1950, for 25,000 ij4 Treasury Notes, U.S.A. Series G, due November 1, 1951. per cent Purchase: Endowment Funds 25,000 Columbia Gas System, Inc., Series B, 3 per cent debenture bonds due August 1,1975 25 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1952)
  • 1953: ... the College of Medicine, eight months beginning January 1, 1954, 11,500 a year, supersedes 12-17-53 . SELTZER, NATALIE, Instructor in Medical Social Work, in the College of Medicine, December 7, 1953-August 31, 1954, 4700 a year 12-22-53 . SIGG, ERNEST B., Research Associate in Psychiatry, in the College of Medicine, nine months beginning December 1, 1953, 5700 a year 12-9-53 . SMITH, M R . JEAN ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1954)
  • 1954: ...ation effective 9-16-54. LEAVES OF ABSENCE CUTSHALL, ALDEN D., Associate Professor of Social Sciences, in the Chicago Undergraduate Division leave of absence with pay from September 1-December 7, 1954, and without pay from December 8, 1954-January 31, 1955, on account of disability. DELONG, C. C , Bursar in the Business Office and Assistant Professor of Accountancy leave of absence without pay for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1956)
  • 1956: ...dicine resignation effective December 1, 1956. LEAVES OF ABSENCE BHALERAO, VASANT R., Research Assistant in Food Technology S l e a v e of absence, without pay, for a period beginning December 7, 1956, to July 1, 1957, so that he may have the opportunity of working at the laboratories of the Food and D r u g Directorate of Canada. GOVE, SAMUEL K., Research Assistant Professor in the Institute of G... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1958)
  • 1959: ... BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANDREWS, CHARLES B., Instructor in Orthopaedics, in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Orthopaedist in the Respiratory Center Medicine resignation effective December 7, 1959. BADNER, MINO, Fellow in Art resignation effective December I, 1959. BARKER, M R S . CAROLINE J., Serials Cataloger, with rank of Instructor, in the Library resignation effective January 1, i960. BAS... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1960)
  • 1965: ... Board of Higher Education. There are approximately 200 students in these programs which are under the Council on Teacher Education. IV. At the meeting of the Chicago Circle Senate on December 7, 1965, the Committee on Educational Policy presented the recommendation of the Chicago Circle Council on Teacher Education for the establishment of a College of Education at Chicago Circle, with a School o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1968)
  • 1966: ... of the Union and of Housing, Physical Plant, Medical Center, one year from September 1, 1966, 9,300 10-21-66 . HUDSON, EDSEL K., Assistant Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine, December 7, 1966-August 31, 1967, 17,000 a year, supersedes 11-1-66 . ,292 BOARD OF T R U S T E E S December 8 JOHNSON, A. BEAUMONT, II, Clinical Associate in Neurological Surgery, College of Medicine, VA, time, one ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1968)
  • 1966: ...dodontics, College of Dentistry, Vi time, ten months from November 1, 1966, 4,500 a year, supersedes 11-8-66 . SALVADOR BAEROCAS, Instructor in Medicine, College of Medicine, Vi time, December 7, 1966-August 31, 1967, 5,000 a year 11-18-66 . ELWINA A. BEJNAROWICZ, Instructor in Pharmacognosy, Department of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology, College of Pharmacy, academic year basis, effective November... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1968)
  • 1966: ... year, supersedes 12-16-66 . NORMAN B. ROBERG, Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine, and Associate Chief R and E Medicine, in the Research and Educational Hospitals, T- -, time, December 7, 1966-August 31, 1967, 9,600 a year 11-23-66 . SHARON VAVRIK, Staff Pharmacist, College of Pharmacy, eight months from January 1, 1967, 9,000 a year, supersedes 12-16-66 . Urbana HOWARD B. AARON, Research ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1968)
  • 1966: ...pen House. The next meeting is December 7. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. Respectfully submitted, Gloria Caban Secretary-treasurer ,Society of Women Engineers December 7, 1966 7:00 P.Mo University of Illinois Miss Wilson's home Student Section The Student Section of the Society of Women Engineers met on December 7, 1966, at 7:00 P.M. at Miss Grace Wilson's home0 The meetin... (SWE - UIUC SWE Minutes Fall 1960 - Fall 1990 )
  • 1966: ...treasurer ,Society of Women Engineers December 7, 1966 7:00 P.Mo University of Illinois Miss Wilson's home Student Section The Student Section of the Society of Women Engineers met on December 7, 1966, at 7:00 P.M. at Miss Grace Wilson's home0 The meeting was called to order by Sandra Levey The Secretary's report was read and approved as read. The Treasurer's report was given. in the treasury. The... (SWE - UIUC SWE Minutes Fall 1960 - Fall 1990 )
  • 1966: ...stem, the communications committee, and the operation profile committee. A speaker talked on engineers and management. Dean Turner will come to speak on Open House. The next meeting is December 7. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. Respectfully submitted, Gloria Caban Secretary-treasurer ,Society of Women Engineers December 7, 1966 7:00 P.Mo University of Illinois Miss Wilson'... (SWE - UIUC SWE Minutes Fall 1960 - Fall 1990 )
  • 1971: ...tlining detailed proposals for the development of the statewide plan for computer resources in higher education, including the establishment of a committee structure and a deadline of December 7, 1971, for the presentation of the completed plan to the Board of Higher Education. 3. In order to provide technical assistance to the several committees and to the Board's staff, financial assistance was ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1972)
  • 1971: ...he Task Force's proposals. These steps were announced by President Corbally to the Board of Higher Education during the discussion of the Task Force's report at the Board's meeting on December 7, 1971. 6. The present document is an initial outline of the general position of the presidents towards the Task Force's proposals, with suggestions for modifications that nevertheless would achieve the bro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1972)
  • 1974: ...ine Doctor of Medicine College of Nursing Bachelor of Science College of Pharmacy Bachelor of Science Total, Degrees Conferred at the Medical Center, August 31, 1974 Degrees Conferred December 7, 1974 Graduate College Doctor of Philosophy Master of Science Total, Graduate College School of Public Health Master of Public Health College of Dentistry Bachelor of Science College of Medicine Doctor of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1976)
  • 1974: ...chelor of Science College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine College of Nursing Bachelor of Science College of Pharmacy Bachelor of Science Total, Degrees Conferred at the Medical Center, December 7, 1974... Degrees Conferred March 22, 1975 Graduate College Doctor of Philosophy Master of Science Total, Graduate College 12 32 44 34 42 1 43 2 36 2 161 7 15 22 2 19 1 11 4 59 4 10 14 ,1975 UNIVERSITY OF I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1976)
  • 1981: ..., California. OSCAR MILLER, associate vice chancellor for student services since September 1, 1980, and dean of student affairs since March 1, 1970, has requested leave for the period December 7, 1981-March 29, 1982. He intends to survey urban commuter institutions of higher education which have mature students, 1 The plan provides for paid leaves of two to four months for certain administrative o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1982)
  • 1981: ...n annual salary of 30,000. 8. ROBERT C. SMOLEN, assistant professor of psychology on 80 percent time and clinical psychologist on 20 percent time, Peoria School of Medicine, beginning December 7, 1981 1Y80;NY20 , at an annual salary of 40,000. Chicago Circle 9. GRETCHEN A. LAGANA, special collections librarian with rank of assistant professor in the library, beginning December 1, 1981 1 Y , at an ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1982)
  • 1981: ...istant professor of agricultural economics, beginning January 11, 1982 NY , at an annual salary of 26,000. 3. JOSEPH MONTECALVO, J R . , assistant professor of food science, beginning December 7, 1981 N Y , at an annual salary of 27,000. 4. SHIVNATH PRASAD, professor of architecture, beginning January 21, 1982 A , at an annual salary of 28,100. 1 It was established as a department by the Board of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1982)
  • 1981: ...chelor of Science , Total, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences., College of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Bachelor of Science Total, Degrees Conferred at Chicago Circle, December 7, 1981 Degrees Conferred on March 22, 1982 College of Business Administration Bachelor of Science College of Education Bachelor of Arts College of Engineering Bachelor of Science College of Architecture, Ar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1982)
  • 1985: ...ollege of Pharmacy ., School of Public Health Master of Public Health Doctor of Public Health Total, School of Public Health Total, Degrees Conferred August 31, 1985 Degrees Conferred December 7, 1985 College of Associated Health Professions Bachelor of Science College of Dentistry Bachelor of Science Doctor of Dental Surgery Total, College of Dentistry Graduate College Doctor of Philosophy Master... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1986)
  • 1985: ...4 169 3 61 6 67 5 14 3 22 9 1 2 12 19 ,1986 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 621 College of Pharmacy Bachelor of Science School of Public Health Master of Public Health Total, Degrees Conferred December 7, 1985 Degrees Conferred March 23, 1986 Graduate College Doctor of Philosophy Master of Science Master of Associated Medical Sciences Total, Graduate College College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine Chicago D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1986)
  • 1987: ...cal Education, and Recreation Bachelor of Science Jane Addams College of Social Work, Undergraduates Bachelor of Social Work Total, Degrees Conferred August 17, 1987 Degrees Conferred December 7, 1987 College of Business Administration Bachelor of Science College of Education Bachelor of Arts College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Scieh.ce in Engineering Management Total, College o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1988)
  • 1987: ... Sciences College of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Bachelor of Science Jane Addams College of Social Work, Undergraduates Bachelor of Social Work Total, Degrees Conferred December 7, 1987 Degrees Conferred March 20, 1988 College of Business Administration Bachelor of Science College of Education Bachelor of Arts College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science in Enginee... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1988)
  • 1990: Friday, December 7th at 4:00 at Papadell's on Green will be our last informal get together. All officer's be there ... (SWE - UIUC SWE Minutes Fall 1960 - Fall 1990 )
  • 1994: ... of Agriculture, has recommended that the Plant and Animal Biotechnology Laboratory be renamed the Edward R. Madigan Laboratory, in honor of Congressman Edward R. Madigan, who died on December 7, 1994. Edward R. Madigan was a lifelong champion of the University of Illinois, of agriculture, and of education. In the Illinois General Assembly and the U.S. House of Representatives, he represented one ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1994)
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