Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Central Administration Total 75 ( 78) 0 ( 4 )
Chicago Professor and Research Professor Clinical Professor Associate Professor and Research Associate Professor Clinical Associate Professor Assistant Professor and Research Assistant Professor Clinical Assistant Professor Total To tenure without change in rank 29 (23)1 0(4)
UrbanaChampaign 46 ( 55)
84(109) 9 ( 7 )
0(6) 4 ( 0) 76 (83) 2(4) 96 (120) 6 ( 5 ) 0 (1)
0 ( 6 ) 4 ( 0) 172 (204) 8 ( 9 )
The recommendations have been prepared in accord with provisions of the University of Illinois Statutes. Each campus has established formal procedures for the initiation, review, and approval of recommendations for academic promotion. The vice president for academic affairs recommends approval of the recommendations as submitted. I concur.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these recommendations were approved. UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching, Chicago
(10) The UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching recognizes and rewards outstanding teaching mentors who serve as role models for both their faculty colleagues and for undergraduate and graduate students. Each college may nominate at least one but no more than three candidates for the award and each appoints a faculty committee to develop criteria for identifying and selecting its faculty candidates. A campus review panel of faculty members was appointed to review nominations and submit recommendations to the vice chancellor for academic affairs who makes the final determination of the awards. A maximum of five awards is presented in any one year. The awards include a base salary increase of $2,500 for each recipient ($1,500 from campus resources and $1,000 from the resources of the nominating college). In addition, each college nominee not selected for the award will receive a one-time award of $500. For the 1993-94 academic year, the chancellor at Chicago has recommended the following individuals for the award: JOEL S. BROWN, associate professor, Department of Biological Sciences
KATHLEEN CRITTENDEN, professor, Department of Sociology
MARY WUN-LEN LEE, associate professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice THOMAS G. MOHER, associate professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science MARGARET A. STROBEL, professor, Women's Studies Program The vice president for academic affairs concurs. I recommend approval.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these recommendations were approved.
1 T h e figure in parentheses indicates the number of promotions approved at the beginning of the 1992-93 appointment year.