Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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Organization of the Department of Performing Arts, Chicago
(14) T h e chancellor at Chicago, upon the recommendation of the acting dean (in consultation with the dean designate), the Executive Committee of the College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning (AAUP), and the faculty of the recently approved new Department of Performing Arts in AAUP, recommends that the department be organized with a chair as defined in the University of Illinois Statutes, Article IV, Section 1. T h e faculty of the new department by an affirmative vote of 9-4 and the college's Executive Committee by unanimous vote have supported this proposal. T h e only other department in the college, the Department of History of Architecture and Art, is also organized with a chair. T h e president and the chancellor at Chicago, upon the recommendation of the dean of AAUP and the Executive Committee of the Department of Performing Arts, will submit to the Board of Trustees for approval at one of its future meetings the appointment of the chair. T h e vice president for academic affairs concurs in this recommendation. I concur.
On motion of Ms. Reese, this recommendation was approved.