Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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The president of the board and the president of the University are members, ex officio, of all committees, the president of the board with vote. (Nonvoting student members are designated by an asterisk.)
Representative, Illinois Board of Higher Education
Mr. Boyle announced that Mrs. Calder would serve as the alternate member to the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
State Universities Retirement System Representatives
On motion of Ms. Reese, the incumbent Board of Trustees' representatives on the State Universities Retirement System Board, Mr. Boyle and Mr. Lamont, were reelected.
Election of Civil Service Merit Board Representatives
On motion of Ms. Reese, Dr. Gindorf, Mr. Grabowski, and Mrs. Gravenhorst were elected to serve on the Civil Service Merit Board.
Mr. Grabowski asked that condolences be sent to Donald K. Coe on the recent death of his father. Mrs. Gravenhorst complimented the staff involved in producing the "infomercials" regarding the two campuses that have been presented on national television. Ms. Huff referred to the controversy in Champaign regarding age of entrance of persons to bars and said that she thought if more emphasis were put on student extracurricular programs some of the interest in gaining admittance to bars would be lessened. Mr. Riley commented on the second town hall meeting on the Chicago campus. The first such meeting was in November and elicited considerable student interest in making their views known. Mr. Riley then stated that he thought that Senator Carol MoseleyBraun should be considered for receipt of an honorary doctorate from UIC. Ms. Reese reported on the February meeting of the University of Illinois Foundation that she attended. She stated that she was very impressed with the record of gifts for 1993 and anticipated another record year.
The board considered the following reports and recommendations from the president of the University. By consensus, the board agreed that one vote would be taken and considered the vote on each agenda item nos. 2 through 8 inclusive.