Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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U N I V E R S I T Y OF ILLINOIS
ALEXANDER E. TUMANOV, associate professor of mathematics, for three years beginning August 21, 1993 (Q), at an annual salary of $50,000. RUTH V. WATKINS, assistant professor of speech and hearing science, beginning August 21, 1993 (1), at an annual salary of $42,000. ROBERT E. WICKESBERG, assistant professor of psychology, June 21-August 20, 1993 (N), $9,333, and beginning August 21, 1993 (1), at an annual salary of $42,000.
MYRNA C. ADAMS, associate chancellor and director of affirmative action, Chicago, beginning August 16, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $85,000.
On motion of Ms. Reese, these appointments were confirmed. Amendment to The General Rules Concerning University Organization and Procedure (Article IV, Section 4(c)(2) — Sick Leave Benefits, Academic or Administrative Staff)
(9) The amendment to the sick leave policy in Article IV, Section 4(c)(2) of the General Rules adds the word "compensable" to clarify that retired academic employees are not entitled to have unused sick leave restored upon their reemployment with the University of Illinois. Annuitants are entitled to 13 noncompensable, noncumulative sick days upon reemployment. This amendment has been endorsed by the University Senates Conference and by the vice president for academic affairs. I concur. (Additions are underlined in the text below.) ARTICLE IV. EMPLOYMENT POLICIES SECTION 4. RETIREMENT, DEATH, SURVIVOR, DISABILITY AND SICK LEAVE BENEFITS
(c) Sick Leave Benefits. The University of Illinois provides sick leave benefits as follows: (1) Nonacademic Employees. Sick leave with full pay is granted in the amounts and in accordance with eligibility criteria set forth in the Policy and Rules — Nonacademic for those employees subject to the Act creating the State Universities Civil Service System. (2) Academic or Administrative Staff. Academic and administrative staff members (with the exception of Medical Residents and Postdoctoral Research Associates) who are participants in the State Universities Retirement System or the Federal Retirement System, and who are appointed for at least 50 percent time to a position for which service is expected to be rendered for at least nine consecutive months, earn sick leave as provided in this subparagraph (2). Medical Residents, Postdoctoral Research Associates, SURS Annuitants, other academic and administrative staff members who are not participants in the State Universities or Federal Retirement Systems, and those who are appointed for less than 50 percent time and/or for less than nine consecutive months, earn sick leave of 13 work days for each appointment year, no part of which will be cumulative, and the 13 days will be prorated for those on parttime appointments, or on appointments for less than a full appointment year. Under the Public Act 83-976 and actions of the Board of Trustees one-half of the number of days of unused sick leave which is earned and accumulated on or after January 1, 1984, is eligible for payment upon an employee's death, retirement, resignation or other termination of employment. Academic or administrative staff members who, on December 31, 1983, had an unused balance of accumulated sick leave, will retain the same to a maximum of 180