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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Professional Degrees College of Law Juris Doctor Total, Professional Degrees Undergraduate Degrees College of Agriculture Bachelor of Science College of Commerce and Business Administration Bachelor of Science College of Engineering Bachelor of Science College of Fine and Applied Arts Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning Bachelor of Fine Arts Bachelor of Science Total, College of Fine and Applied Arts College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science Total, Undergraduate Degrees Total, Degrees Conferred October 15, 1992
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RECESS AND EXECUTIVE SESSION
Following a short recess, the board reconvened in executive session at 4 p.m. to consider the following items of business.
Kimball Ladien, M.D., Case
Mr. Higgins briefed the board on the charges made by Kimball Ladien, M.D., against the trustees individually and received approval from the board to take service for the board members in their official role.
Hearing, Latino Students, Urbana
President Ikenberry reported on the hearing on the Urbana campus earlier in the week, called by State Senators Miguel Del Valle and Alice J. Palmer and attended by Senator Stanley Weaver. The subject of this hearing was the treatment of Latino students who demonstrated during the spring semester at the Urbana campus. The president spoke to the problems of some students presenting false information at the hearing. Mr. Downey, who testified twice at this hearing, expressed concern that the State senators did not seem interested in listening to certain facts. Mr. Downey said that he thought his statements, gathered from his observation of one of the demonstrations during the spring semester, were rejected by those conducting the hearing.
Negotiations with American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
Dr. Bazzani told the board of the progress of negotiations with AFSCME since the last board meeting, in September. He referred to the conditions of settlement with other unions and noted that AFSCME was asking