Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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FRANK JURF.NKA, vice president and general manager-Asia Pacific, Rockwell Graphics Systems, Rockwell International, Westmont JOSEPH LACHMAN, president, Lachman Partners, Lisle THOMAS J. MAIMAN, vice president-engineering, Commonwealth Edison Company, Chicago •STEVEN M. PINE, director-HBC Engineering, Honeywell, Inc., Arlington Heights ROY POLLACK, distinguished lecturer and senior counselor, School of Business, Fordham University, Princeton, New Jersey TED SALTZBERG, senior vice president and director of research and new businesses, Communications Sector, Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg •GEORGE SPARKS, general manager, VXI Systems Division, Hewlett-Packard Company, Loveland, Colorado •DONALD VAN ERDEN, vice president-research and development, Illinois Tool Works, Inc., Glenview •AMIN S. VARIS, director of engineering-Switching Systems Division, Rockwell International Corporation, Downers Grove •DONALD WOLNIAK, partner, Sargent and Lundy Engineers, Chicago The vice president for academic affairs concurs in this recommendation. I recommend approval.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these appointments were approved. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Urbana
(4) The chancellor at Urbana has recommended the appointment of Larry R. Faulkner, presently dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as vice chancellor for academic affairs, beginning January 1, 1994, on a twelve-month service basis at an annual salary of $135,000. Dr. Faulkner will continue to hold the rank of professor of chemistry on indefinite tenure. Dr. Faulkner will succeed Robert M. Berdahl, who left to become president of the University of Texas at Austin on January 20, 1993. Dr. Theodore L. Brown, director of the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, has served as interim vice chancellor for academic affairs since Dr. Berdahl's departure and will continue to serve through December 31, 1993. This recommendation is made with the advice of a search committee. 1 The vice president for academic affairs concurs. I recommend approval.
On motion of Ms. Reese, this appointment was approved. Vice Chancellor for Health Services, Chicago
(5) The chancellor at Chicago has recommended the appointment of R. K. Dieter Haussmann, presently president of Haussmann Consulting, Chicago, as vice chancellor for health services, beginning July 10, 1993, on a twelve-month service basis at an annual salary of $190,000. Dr. Haussmann will succeed Henri R. Manasse, Jr., who has served as interim vice chancellor for health services since May 14, 1992. Dr. Manasse will return to the College of Pharmacy as dean.
'Janice M. Bahr, professor of animal sciences, chair; Joan M. Alster, research programmer in computing, Computing and Communications Services Office; James R. Barrett, professor of history and associate chair, Department of History; Susan I. Cohen, associate professor of business administration; R. Alan Forrester, director, School of Architecture, professor of architecture, and interim director, Small Homes Council; Lowell P. Hager, professor of biochemistry and director, Biotechnology Center; Mark J. Kushner, professor of electrical and computer engineering; Joseph G. Macro, graduate student in general engineering; Peter B. Maggs, professor of law and Corman Professor of Law; Stefanie M. Martinez, undergraduate student in microbiology; Dianne M. Pinderhughes, professor of political science and professor and director of Afro-American Studies and Research.