Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Affairs; and Mr. Kirk Hard, executive assistant to the President of the University.
MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
Chair Boyle asked Trustee Lamont to call the meeting of this committee to order. Mr. Lamont asked Mr. Robert K. Todd, associate vice president for administration and human resources, to present the agenda for the meeting. Mr. Todd presented several recommendations for selection of architect/engineer for projects at both campuses and explained that they would all be in the agenda for a vote later in the day. Discussion followed about the proposed new building for the Office of Admissions and Records at Urbana. Ware Associates was recommended as the architect/engineer for this project. Chancellor Aiken added that the proposed location for this building would be near Levis Faculty Center where orientation for freshmen is held. It also presents an area where parking can be found. Dr. Bazzani added that he anticipated that within one year, there would be a bond issue, similar to that for the Student Services Building at Chicago, for the Urbana campus. At 9:00 a.m., this committee meeting concluded.
MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AND CLINICS
Chair Boyle asked Trustee Gindorf to convene this meeting. Dr. Gindorf then asked Dr. R. K. Dieter Haussmann, vice chancellor for health services, to present information on several items for the board. Dr. Haussmann then briefed the board on the transfer of research and academic activities of the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute to the University; specifically, the College of Medicine. This will require a Master Agreement and a Subordinate Agreement for affiliation with the University of Illinois. He explained that the Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities will maintain the facility and the University will control the research and academic programs within the facility. He added that this affiliation will greatly enhance the stature of the Department of Psychiatry in the College of Medicine. Dr. Haussmann then reviewed other matters dealing with the operation of the University Hospital and Clinics. All of these related to items to be presented to the board for a vote later in the day. They included contracts for lithotripsy services, medical records services, physical therapy and occupational therapy services. There was no discussion of these items. Finally, Dr. Haussmann explained what he hoped would come of a contract to enhance the quality of performance of staff within the University Hospital. At this point, Dr. Haussmann asked the director of the hospital, Mr. Sidney Mitchell, to comment on the plan for this program. Mr. Mitchell explained that consultants from the University of Michigan would be employed to train staff at the University of Illinois