Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
oncology, on 15 percent time, and director of oncology, on 10 percent time, College of Medicine at Peoria, beginning February 1, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $285,000. VALERIE D. NEYLAN, assistant professor of emergency medicine, on 51 percent time, College of Medicine at Chicago, and physician surgeon, on 49 percent time, University of Illinois Hospital, beginning February 1, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $125,400. HARVEY J. WHITFIELD, associate professor of psychiatry, College of Medicine at Chicago, on 55 percent time, beginning January 1, 1993 (AY55), at an annual salary of $55,000.
DAVID V. BUDESCU, associate professor of psychology, beginning January 26, 1993 (A), at an annual salary of $52,250. MAIR E. CHURCHILL, assistant professor of cell and structural biology, beginning February 1, 1993 (N), at an annual salary of $38,000. JAMES B. WADE, assistant professor of business administration, beginning January 20, 1993 (N), at an annual salary of $58,000.
SAMUEL J. LEVIN, assistant professor of clinical pathology in pathology, College of Medicine at Chicago, and director of Chemical Pathology, University of Illinois Hospital, beginning February 1, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $85,000. FAY ROSNER, director of Career Placement Services, Office of Student Affairs, beginning February 15, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $52,000. ROBERT K. T O D D , associate vice president for administration and human resources, beginning February 21, 1993 (NY), and associate chancellor for human resources, Urbana, beginning February 15, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $102,000.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these appointments were confirmed. Sabbatical Leaves of Absence, 1993-94
(8) The chancellors at the two campuses have recommended members of the faculty to be given sabbatical leaves of absence in accordance with the provisions of the University of Illinois Statutes. The programs of research, study, and travel for which leaves are requested have been examined by the research boards at the campuses. The vice president for academic affairs has reviewed the applications for the leaves and recommends approval of 65 leaves for Chicago, 176 leaves for Urbana-Champaign, and 2 leaves for Central Administration. (A list of those recommended has been filed with the secretary of the board for record.) (For the record and to provide an annual compilation, in 1992-93, 50 leaves were taken at Chicago, and 154 leaves were taken at Urbana-Champaign.) I concur.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these leaves were granted as recommended.
Undergraduate Instructional Awards for the Summer of 1993, Urbana
(9) The Undergraduate Instructional Awards Program at the Urbana-Champaign campus seeks to encourage faculty in the improvement of the quality of undergraduate instruction through provision of grants to support major course development projects. The awards typically provide summer salary for one month for faculty members on nine-month appointments, and sometimes provide incidental expenses and/or graduate assistant support, depending on the nature of the project.