Volume 04: January 21, 1950–May 14, 1956

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TRUSTEE AFFAIRS (CONSOL.) Sub-Group 1: Minutes Volume 4 Jan 1950–May 1956

UNC ARCHIVES

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J Raleigh, North Carolina January 21, 1950

Carolina met in the office of the Governor, in Raleigh, at 11:00 A. M. , on Saturday, January 21,

1950, all members being present, to-wit:

Governor W. Kerr Scott,

ex-Officio Chairman, Arch T. Allen, Secretary, and Messrs. T. J. Pearsall, Victor S. Bryant, Clarence Poe, John W. Umstead, John J. Parker, John Sprunt Hill, K. Clyde Council, John W. Clark, Mrs. Eaura Weil Cone and Mrs. May L. Tomlinson. were present.

Acting President Carmichael and Chancellors House and Harrelson Chancellor Jackson was absent because of illness.

The meeting was called to order, and on motion of Mr. Pearsall, duly seconded, the minutes of the previous meeting were approved. President Carmichael was recognized and he called on Chancellor Harrelson for his report and recommendations for State College. STATE COLLEGE - Chancellor's Report Chancellor Harrelson submitted the following recommendations: William C. Thompson, Instructor in Economics; born at Chattanooga, Tenn. ; has B. A. degree from University of Chattanooga and M. A. from University of Alabama; effective September 1, 1949; salary $3,600. Michael D. Caffey, Jr. , Assistant Professor of Psychology; born at Greens­ boro, N. C. ; has A.B. from Guilford College, M. A. from Columbia University and has taken additional graduate courses at Duke University; effective, September 1, 1949; salary $4, 000. Harold Maxwell Corter, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director of the Psychological Clinic; born at Mill Hall, Pa. ; has B. S. from State Teachers College of Pa. , M. E. and Ph. D. from Penn. State College; effective September 1, 1949; salary $4, 800. David J. Hanse, Assistant Professor in Diesel Engineering; born at Brooklyn, New York; has B. S. and M. S. from N. C. State College; effective September 1, 1949, salary $3,600. Luther R. Herman, Instructor in Electrical Engineering; born at Hickory, N. C. ; has B. S. from Lenoir-Rhyne College and candidate for M. S. from N. C. State College; effective, September 1, 1949; salary $2,800. Mehmet E. Uyranik, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering; born at Kilis, Turkey; studied at University of Berlin and Robert College in Istanbul; has B. S. , M. S. , and Ph. D. from University of Illinois; effective September 1, 1949; salary $4,000. George D. Jones, Extension Associate Professor of Entomology; born at Macon, Missouri; has B.S. and M. A. degrees from University of Missouri; effective September 1, 1949; salary $6, 000. ' Wreal Lester Lott, Professor of Chemistry; born at Lehi, Utah; has A. B. from Brigham Young University and Ph.D. from Cornell University; additional work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; effective October 1, 1949; salary $6,720.

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James S. Bethel, Associate Professor of Forestry; native of New Westminister, British Columbia; B.S. from University of Washington, and M.F. and D.F. from Duke University; effective October 8, 1949; salary $5,520.

Warren S. Barham, Research Assistant Professor of Horticulture; born at Prescott, Arkansas; has B. S. from University of Arkansas, and did special work at Cornell University; where he got Ph.D. degree; effective September 15, 1949; s salary $4,800.

John C. Potter, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; born at Chicago, Ill., has B.S. degree from University of Washington, and Ph.D. from Duke University; effective January 1, 1950; salary $4,000.

Ralph N. Costilow, Instructor in Department of Animal Industry; born at Oxford, West Virginia; B.S. from West Virginia, and graduate work at N.C. State College; effective September 1, 1949; salary $4,000.

Herman H. Wiebe, Instructor in Botany; born in Newton, Kansas; has B.A. degree from Goshen College, Indiana, and M.S. from University of Iowa; effective September 1, 1949; salary $3,400.

John McCraney, Research Instructor in Agricultural Engineering; born in Louisville, Alabama; has B.S. degree from Alabama Polytechnic Institute; effective September 1, 1949; salary $3,240.

James H. Anderson, Research Instructor in Agricultural Engineering; born at Odum, Georgia; has B.S. from University of Georgia; effective, Sept. 1, 1949; salary $3,240.

William Lawrence Williams, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; born at St. Cloud, Minnesota; has B.S. from University of Minnesota; M.S. and Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin; effective September 1, 1949; salary $5,000.

Marshall M. Dana, Special Lecturer in Diesel Engineering; born in New Hampshire; has B.S. from U. S. Naval Academy, and M.S. from Penn. State College; effective September, 1949; salary $4,500.

James S. Buchanan, Extension Associate Professor in Animal Industry; born in Saltville, Virginia; has B.S. from Virginia Polytechnic; effective October 1, 1949; salary $6,000.

Todor M. Dobrovsky, Extension Assistant Professor of Entomology; born in Samokov, Bulgaria; has B.S. and M.S. from University of Wisconsin, and Ph.D. from Cornell University; effective, October 1, 1949; salary $4,500.

Clayton D. McAuliffe, Research Associate Professor of Agronomy; borh at Chappell, Nebraska; has A.B. from Nebraska Wesleyan University; M.S. from University of Minnesota and Ph.D. from Cornell University; effective November 1, 1949; salary $6,000.

Fred G. Warren, Associate Professor of Dairy Manufacturing; born at Beverly, Kansas,; has B.S. from Kansas State College, M.S. and Ph.D. from Penn. State College; effective November 1, 1949; salary $6,000.

Raymond L. Murray, Associate Professor of Physics; born, Lincoln, Nebraska; has B.S. from University of Nebraska, did Graduate work at University of California, and got Ph.D. from University of Tennessee; effective July 1, 1950; salary $5,490.

Thurman J. Mann, Assistant Professor of Agronomy; born at Lake Landing, N.C.; has B.S. and M.S. from N.C. State College, and Ph.D. from Cornell University; effective November 15, 1949; salary $4,800.

James E. Legates, Assistant Research Professor of Dairy Husbandry; born at Milford, Delaware; has B.S. from University of Delaware, and M.S. from Iowa State College; effective, December 20, 1949; salary $5,500.

John B. Gaither, Assistant Professor of Textiles; born, Norfolk, Virginia; has B.S. from N.C. State College; effective, January 1, 1950; salary $4,500 per year.

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