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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
XIUBEI LIAO, assistant professor of biochemistry, College of Medicine at Chicago, beginning November 8, 1993 (1), at an annual salary of $40,000. ALEXANDER MANKIN, assistant professor of medicinal chemistry, College of Pharmacy, beginning December 1, 1993 (1), at an annual salary of $42,000. M. KIM RODINE, assistant professor of medicine, on 51 percent time, physician surgeon, on 8 percent time, and medical director, Heart of Illinois HIV AIDS Clinic, on 41 percent time, College of Medicine at Peoria, beginning November 1, 1993 (1Y51;NY8;NY41), at an annual salary of $90,000.
ELIJAH BREWER III, associate professor of finance for 4lA years, beginning January 6, 1994 (Q), at an annual salary of $80,000. DAVID A. LANGE, assistant professor of civil engineering, beginning February 21, 1994 (1), at an annual salary of $49,500. DAVID J. MILLER, assistant professor of animal sciences, beginning January 1, 1994 (N), at an annual salary of $44,000. ADELE E PROCTOR, associate professor of speech and hearing science, beginning January 1, 1994 (A), at an annual salary of $55,000.
JUDSON C. MITCHELL, associate vice chancellor for human resources, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Human Resources, Chicago, beginning November 15, 1993 (NY), at an annual salary of $89,500. J. CARL PIRKLE, JR., director of development, University Office for Development, on 66 percent time, and lecturer in chemical engineering, Urbana, on 33 percent time, beginning January 7, 1994 (NY), at an annual salary of $65,000.
On motion of Mr. Grabowski, these appointments were confirmed. Establishment of the Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice Degree Program, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chicago
(5) The chancellor at Chicago, with the advice of the Chicago Senate, the Graduate College, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, recommends the establishment of the Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice. The goal of the program is to produce graduates who are qualified for academic and research positions in the field of criminal justice. Their training is aimed at advancing scientific knowledge regarding crime, law, and criminal justice, thereby strengthening the University's research commitment to seek solutions to the increasingly complex problems in crime and administration of the justice system. The vice president for academic affairs concurs in this recommendation. The University Senates Conference has indicated that no further senate jurisdiction is involved. I recommend approval, pending further action by the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
On motion of Mr. Grabowski, this recommendation was approved. Transfer of the Urban Transportation Center to the School of Urban Planning and Policy within the College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning, Chicago
(6) The chancellor at Chicago, with the advice of the Chicago Senate, the vice chancellor for research, and the College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning, recommends the transfer of the Urban Transportation Center (UTC) from the Office