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Raleigh, North Carolina Hall of the House of Representatives January 25, 1963

The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina met in Special Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives, State Capitol Building, Raleigh, North Carolina, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. , on Friday, January 25, 1963, Governor Terry Sanford presiding, Arch T. Allen, Secretary.

The meeting was opened with prayer by Dr. Charles F. Carroll.

On roll call the following members answered present: Dr. Charles F. Carroll, ex-officio member Wm. C. Barfield Mrs. Oscar Barker Mrs. J W. Copeland Irwin Belk Frank H. Crowell Mrs. John G. Burgwyn Percy B. Ferebee T. J. Collier Wm. B. Harrison George Watts Hill Mack Jernigan M. C. Lassiter Ernest E. Parker, Jr. Rudolph I. Mintz Frank Parker Thomas O Moore Claude W. Rankin Ashley M. Murphy T. Henry Redding Mrs. B. C. Parker Wm. P. Saunders Mrs. Charles W. Stanford Evander S. Simpson Thomas Turner Walter L. Smith John W. Urnstead, Jr. Thomas B. Upchurch, Jr. Sam L. Whitehurst C. M. Vanstory, Jr. Macon M. Williams Hill Yarborough Dr. Francis A. Buchanan W ade B arber Lenox G. Cooper Graham W. Bell Marshall Y. Cooper Victor S. Bryant Wilbur H. Currie Henry A. Foscue Calvin Graves Luther Hamilton Mrs. Albert H. Lathrop W. C. Harris, Jr. Dr. John Gilmer Mebane W. A Johnson Larry 1. Moore Robert B. Jordan, III Kemp B. Nixon Mrs. J. B. Kittrell Thomas J. Pearsall J. Hanes Lassiter Clarence L. Pemberton John Lassiter Mrs. L. Richardson Preyer John Van Bindley H. L. Riddle, Jr. R. Walker Martin Roy Rowe C. Knox Massey W. Lunsford Crew Reid A. Maynard C. Lacy Tate William G. Reid W. F r ank T aylo r Mrs. S. L. Rodenbough F. E. Wallace B. Atwood Skinner Mrs. George Wilson BenC. Trotter Arch T. Allen J. Shelton Wicker Mrs. Ed M. Anderson Fred L Wilson Ike F. Andrews

Messages of regret for their inability to be present were received from: Mitchell Britt James L. Pittman Bowman Gray Herbert Hardy Roy Cox Jesse B. Caldwell H. P. Taylor Shahane Taylor

The purpose of the meeting was to hear the report of the Special Committee appointed to study proposals for additional campuses of the University and other related questions, and Mr. Pearsall, Chairman of

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Academic Salary Increases Division of Health Affairs, 1963-64

Name

Rank

Present Salary State Other Total

Proposed Salary State Other Total

20,500 16, 500

20,500 16, 500

3, 000 1, 500

24, 000 15, 600 25, 400 10, 200 13, 000 15, 600 22, 400 15, 666 18, 664 15, 100 20, 500 28, 500 26, 000 19, 500 17, 500 19, 300 19, 300 17, 000 13, 500 22, 500 13, 800 30, 000 22, 000 21, 600 14, 500 17, 000 29, 750 23, 625 16, 188 14, 875 16, 800 14, 47 5 15, 750 25, 000 15, 500 17, 265 15, 200 21, 100 15, 866 15, 333 21, 067 17, 333 20, 000 18, 600 27, 500 24, 820 21, 000 23, 500 17, 000 13, 800 19, 800 15, 360 15, 000 25, 600 20, 700 15, 600 30, 000 25, 900 14, 000 23, 100

3, 000 1,400 1, 050 1,000 1, 500 1, 560 1,600 950 1, 500 1, 260 7, 500 1, 500 1,675 2, 000 1, 000 1, 500 1, 500 1,935 2, 650 2, 200 1, 500 1,400 1,200 700 950 1, 500 2, 500 1,250 1, 000 900 2, 375 1, 500 2, 000 1, 500 1, 135 1, 000 1, 150 1, 100 2, 400 1, 200 1,200 1, 500 1,400 1, 500 890 1, 500 500 800 1,200 1,050 1, 120 1, 500 1,000 750 1,000 1,000 900 2, 000 1,950

Administrator's Office Clark, Henry T. , Jr. Taylor, Isaac M.

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School of Medicine: Berryhiil, W . R. Hooker, Charles W. Davis, David A. Sugioka, Kenneth McKnight, Rodney L. McPherson, Daniel A. Cromartie, Wm.J. Sharp, David G. Irvin, Joseph L. Anderson, Carl E. Cadmus, Robert R. Burnett, Chas. H. Farmer, Thomas W. Craige, Ernest Palmer, Jeffress G. Woods, James W. Sessions, John T. Williams, T. F. Weir, Donald D. Wheeler, C. E. Young, Dan T. Ross, Robert A. Flowers, Chas.E. Palumbo, Leonard Wolkoff, A. Stark Talbert, Luther M. Brinkhous, Kenneth M. Graham, JohnB. Swanton, M. C. Rodman, N. F. Benson, Walter R. Huffines, Wm.D. Vennart, Geo. P. Denny, Floyd W. Chamberlin, H.R. Harned, H. S. MacKinney. L. G. Butler, Thomas C. Ellis, Fr ed W. Baggett, Billy Ferguson, JohnH. Miller, Agustus T. Fleming. Wm. L. Richardson, W. P. Ham, George C. Jessner, Lucie Ewing, John A. Hawkins, David R. Speers, Rex W. Monroe, John T. Curtis, Thomas E. Breslin, Marianne S. Wood, Ernest H. Bream, Chas. A. Schultz, Everett H. Rice, Reed P. Womack, Nathan A. Raney, R. Beverly Kiffney, Gustin T. Thomas, Colin G.

Admin. Asso. Prof.

Dean &Prof. 20, 500 Prof. &Chmn.l5, 600 Prof es sor 12, 700 Asso. Prof. 10, 200 Asst. Prof. 6, 500 Prof. &Chmn.l5, 600 Prof es sor 13, 000 Professor 11, 750 Prof. &Chmn.l6, 000 12, 600 Prof es sor Prof.&Chmn. 9, 000 Prof. &Chmn.l5, 800 Professor 13, 000 Prof es sor 11, 000 Asso. Prof. 10, 000 Asso. Prof. 10, 000 Asso. Prof. 10, 000 As so. Prof 9, 065 Asst. Prof. 8, 350 Professor 14, 100 7, 800 Asso. Prof. Prof. &Chmn. 15, 000 Prof es sor 11, 000 10, 800 Asso. Prof. 7, 900 Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. 8, 500 Prof. &Chmn 15, 500 Professor 13, 500 Asso. Prof. 9, 250 Asst. Prof. 8, 500 Asso. Prof. 9, 600 Asst. Prof. 3, 700 Asso. Prof. 9, 000 Prof. &Chmn 15, 600 9, 800 Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. 5, 365 Asst. Prof. 9, 300 Prof. &Chmn 15, 850 Asso. Prof. 11, 900 10, 350 Asso. Prof. Prof. &Chmn 15, 800 Professor 13, 000 Prof. &Chmn 16, 500 15, 600 Professor Prof. & Chmn 15, 000 Prof es sor 12, 410 Professor 10, 500 Professor 10, 270 8, 500 Asst. Prof. Instructor 6, 900 8, 050 Asso. Prof. 680 7, Asst. Prof. 000 15, Prof. &Chmn 12, 800 Professor 10, 350 Asso. Prof. 7, 800 Asst. Prof. Prof. Chmn 15, 000 12, 950 Professor 7, 000 Asst. Prof. Professor 11, 550

&

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3, 500 -

12,700 -

6, 600 -

9, 400 3, 916 2, 664 2, 500 11,500 12,700 13,000 8, 500 7, 500 9, 300 9, 300 7, 935 5, 150 8, 400 6, 000 15, 000 11,000 10,800 6, 600 8, 500 14, 250 10, 125 6, 938 6, 375 7, 200 10, 775 6, 750 9, 400 5, 700 12,000 5, 900 5, 250 3, 966 4, 983 5, 267 4, 333 3, 500 3, 000 12,500 12,410 10,500 13,320 8, 500 6, 900 11,750 7, 680 -

12,800 10,350 7, 800 15,000 12,950 7, 000 11,550

500 -

11,200 1, 500 317 (6,000) (675) 500 700 700 (435) (150) 1, 500 1, 000 1, 400 1,200 500 500 (1,250) 875 1, 062 625 800 725 1,250 250 367 (733) 399 400 3, 500 890 1, 500 500 800 1,200 1, 550 1, 120 16,000 1, 000 750 1, 000 1, 500 900 2, 000 1,950

23,500 18, 000 27, 500 17, 000 27, 500 22, 400 16, 000 17, 160 24, 000 16, 933 20, 164 16, 360 22, 000 30, 000 27, 000 21, 500 19, 000 21, 500 21, 500 18, 000 16, 000 24, 000 16, 000 32, 500 24, 800 24, 000 15, 700 18, 450 30, 000 27, 000 18, 500 16, 500 18, 500 17, 575 18, 500 27, 000 17, 000 18, 500 16, 200 22, 500 17, 333 17, 000 22, 666 18, 933 21, 500 20, 000 32, 500 26, 600 24, 000 24, 500 18, 6 ou T6, 200 22, 400 17, 600 32, 500 27, 6 00 22, 200 17, 600 32, 500 27, 700 18, 000 27, 000

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Name Peters, Richard M. Fischer, Newton D. Bunce, Paul L. Wells, Warner L. Dugger, GordonS. Brashear, Harry R. Patterson, Hubert C. Peacock, Erie E. , Jr Newsome, James F. Simmons, JohnL. Johnson, Geo. Jr. Timmons, Robert L. Barnett, Thomas B. Hollander, Walter Welt, Louis G. Langdell, Robt. D. Penick, Geo. D. Wagner, Robert H. Van Wyk, Judson J. Zeppa, Robert Spitznagel, J. K. Pepper, Francis D. Lipton, M. A. Keeler, M. H.

R ank Professor Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asso. Prof. Asso. Prof. Professor Asso. Prof. Prof es sor Asso. Prof. Professor Asst. Prof. Asso. Prof. Instructor Professor Asst. Prof.

Present Salary Total State Other 11, 200 10,700 10, 700 9, 160 10,000 9, 700 8, 650 9, 000 8, 000 7, 500 8, 800 7, 500 17,500 17,500 14, 675 2, 000 20,500 23,000 14,153 18,500 15, 000 16,000 14,000 23,000 16,000 -

11,200 10,700 10,700 9, 160 10,000 9, 700 8, 650 9, 000 8, 000 7, 500 8, 800 7, 500 -

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Proposed Salary Total State Other

22,400 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 21,400 1, 500 1, 500 21,400 840 840 18, 320 20,000 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 19,400 850 850 17,300 1, 500 1, 500 18, 000 1, 500 1, 500 16,000 15, 000 1, 500 1, 500 1, 200 1,200 17,600 1, 500 1, 500 15, 000 1, 500 17,500 1, 500 17,500 16, 675 (14, 675) 23,000 2, 050 20,500 3, 500 (1,000) 23,000 1,415 14, 153 2, 400 18, 500 2, 500 15, 000 1, 500 16,000 1, 500 14,000 1, 000 23,000 1, 000 16,000 -

25, 400 24,400 24,400 20,000 23,000 22,400 19,000 21,000 19,000 18,000 20,000 18, 000 19,000 19,000 25, 000 22,550 25,500 15,568 20,900 17,500 17,500 15,500 24,000 17,000

School of Dentistry Dean & Prof. Brauer, JohnC. Prof. & Chmn. Miska, Monte G. Asso. Prof. Holland, Murry Asso. Prof. Barker, Bennie D. Asst. Prof. Murray, Henry V. Prof. & Chmn. Sturdevant, C. F. Professor Shankle, Robt. J. Sockwell, Clarence L . Asso. Prof. As so. Prof. Barton, Roger E. Asso. Prof. Strickland, Wm.D. Prof. & Chmn. Evans, Marvin R. Professor Richardson, R. E. Asso. Prof. Crandell, Clifton E. Prof. & Chmn. Chapin, Marvin E. Prof. & Chmn. Higley, Lester B. Asso. Prof. Nelson, Robert M. Asso. Prof. Schneider, Wm. G. Prof. & Chmn. Lindahl, Roy L. Professor Demeritt, Wm. W. Asso. Prof. Bawden, James W. Hunter, Grover C. Jr. Prof. & Chmn. Asso. Prof. Sager, Robert H. Asso. Prof. Cummings, Paul M. Knudtzon, KermitF. Prof. & Chmn. Professor Dixon, Andrew D. Prof. & Chmn. Dobson, David P. Asso. Prof. Sowter, JohnB. Asst. Prof. Wood, Matthew T.

19,500 15, 000 9, 800 9, 000 8, 800 15, 000 12,500 10,600 10,500 9, 500 14,800 11,600 8, 990 15, 000 15, 000 11, 700 9, 800 16,000 15, 000 9, 500 14,800 10,600 9, 100 13,800 8, 500 15, 500 10,000 8, 300

6, 500 15, 756 3, 617 5, 933 15, 084 10, 680 12,324 11,004 6, 000 7, 800 7, 500 9, 300 7, 800 4, 920 1, 500 15, 180 11,010 9, 600 8, 400 11,040 6, 900 9, 668 10,908 3, 000 7, 296 5, 460 5, 364

26,000 30, 756 13,417 14, 933 23, 884 25, 680 24, 824 21,604 16,500 17,300 22,300 20,900 16,790 19,920 16,500 26,880 20,810 25, 600 23,400 20,540 21,700 20, 268 20,008 16,800 8, 500 22,796 15, 460 13,664

2, 2, 1, 1,

500 (1,500) 500 (3,656) 096 7, 279 000 4, 067 700 (5, 584) 2, 500(10, 680) 1, 000 1, 126 (554) 1, 000 1, 000 120 1, 000 1, 200 1, 000 (1,020) (780) 1, 010 (120) 1, 000 500 1, 000 800 (2, 680) (210) 1, 000 1,000 (2,520) 1, 500 1, 500 (4, 040) (600) 1, 200 900 1, 832 (2, 008) 2, 500 (1,200) 2, 000 6, 500 2, 000 1, 804 1, 000 3, 640 800 1, 876

14,000

1, 500

20,000 18, 000 21,100 26,400 14, 000 23,500 15, 000

2, 000 500 1, 500 -

27,000 29,600 21,792 20,000 19,000 17,500 26,950 22,050 17,500 18, 420 23,500 20,880 17,020 20,800 18,000 25, 000 21,600 24, 080 24,900 18,000 22,300 23,000 18, 000 18,100 17,000 26,600 20,100 16,340

School of Pharmacy Dean & Prof.

14,000

Dean & Prof. McGavran, E. G. Prof & Dir. Wright, John J. Prof. & Chmn. Cnker. R. E. . Jr. Cameron. Chas. M., Jr. Professor Professor Law, Frank E. Prof. & Chmn. Greenberg, B. H. Wells, H.^B. Asst. Prof.

20,000 17,500 15, 000 16,500 -

Brecht, E. A.

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15,500

School of Public Health 18, 000 3, 600 11,400 14,000 7, 000 15, 000

5, 000 600 (800) 1, 500 1, 000 2, 000

27,000 18,000 22,200 25,600 15,500 26,000 17,000

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Rank

Present Salary State Other Total

Grizzle, James E. Asst. Prof. 4, 449 14, 500 Okun, Daniel A. Prof. & Chmn. 10,000 Prof es sor Chanlette, E. T. Prof es sor Weiss, Charles M. 9, 410 16,600 Prof. & Chmn. C assel, John C . 12,500 Slome, Cecil Asso. Prof. Tyroler, Herman A. Asso. Prof. 12,274 Professor Fulton, John T. 7, 500 Prof. & Chmn. Boatman, Ralph H. 17,120 Prof. & Chmn. Chipman, Sidney S. Asso. Prof. &Chmn,17, 875 Filley, John P. Prof. & Chmn. 13, 800 Bryan, A. Hughes Larsh, John E. , Jr. Prof. & Chmn. 15, 000 -

12,551 5, 300 3, 722 4, 590 3, 000 2, 500 19,850 4, 226 6, 000 900 17,875 2, 200 6, 000

17,000 19,800 13,722 14,000 19,600 15, 000 19,850 16,500 13, 500 18, 020

Proposed Salary State Other Total

16,000 21, 000

(12, 274) 3, 000 1, 580 1,625 1, 182 3, 000

410 4,100 1, 426 1, 250 13,274 18 1, 500

17,500 23,000 16,500 16,500 25, 100 16,200 21,100 17,500 16,500 19,600 19,500 17,200 25, 500

13,500

2, 000

-

15,500

-

16,900

-

(4, 449) 3, 500 2, 778 2, 090 1, 400 (226) -

4, 949 (300) -

School of Nursing Kemble, Elizabeth L . Dean & Prof.

13,500

-

Special Services Smith, Harvey L.

Professor

13, 250

2, 400

15, 650

1, 250

Professor Prof es sor Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof.

12,200 10,712 6, 960 7, 900 8, 000

12,200 3, 602 8, 440 7, 900 8, 000

24, 400 14, 314 15, 400 15, 800 16,000

1, 100 686 1, 100 650 800

1, 100 1, 800 1, 100 650 500

26,600 16,800 17,600 17,100 17,300

15, 000

1, 500

1, 500

18, 000

13, 000

2, 000

1, 000

16,000

Psychiatric Center Miller, Milton L Strupp, Hans Lansing, Cornelius Freeman, David F. Prange, A. J.

North Carolina Memorial Hospital Crawford, Eugene B. Dir. & Asst. Picf. 15, 000 As so. Dir. & Ivey, William L. 11,000 Asst. Prof.

2, 000

Leaves of Absence George H. Esser, Jr. , Professor and Assistant Director, Institute of Government, is recommended for a leave of absence, without salary, for one year beginning August 1, 1963. Mr. Esser has been appointed by the State of North Carolina to work with a new agency on cooperative community and governmental action in meeting economic, educational and social problems of the State. Daniel O'H. Price, Director of the Institute for Research in Social Science, is recommendbdTor a leave of absence with partial salary of $8, 500, from July 1, 1963 for one year, in order to accept a Department of Health, Education and Welfare grant to work at the Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences at Palo Alto, California. David R. Hawkins, Professor, School of Medicine, is recommended for a leave of absence, with base salary, from September 1, 1963 for one year, in order that he may work with distinguished men in his field m England an F ranee. S. Shepard Jones, Professor, Department of Political Science, is recommended for a leave of absence without salary from August 1, 1963 through January 31, 1964, and with salary (Kenan Leave) from F ebruary 1, 1964 through August 31, 1964^ in order to accept an invitation to serve as Visiting Professor at the Naval War College. James W. Prothro, Professor, Department of Political Science, is recommended for a leave of absence, without salary, for the academic year research while in residence under grants from the Rockefeller Foundation the Social Science Research Council.

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Proposed new Salary Scale for the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, to be effective as of July 1, 1963. This was approved by the Trustees Health Affairs Committee on July 1, 1963.

The following new salary scale, presented by President Friday, was on motion of Mr Bryant, seconded by Mr. Umstead, unanimously approved:

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Proposed Basic Salary Ranges by Rank Professor & Chairman

$16,500 - $20,000

Proposed Annual Salary Ranges by Rank

Proposed Maximum from State Appropriations

$16,500 - $35, 000

$20,000

12,500 -

17,500

12,500 -

32,500

17,500

Associate Professor

9,500 -

14,000

9,500 -

28, 000

14,000

Assistant Professor

7,000 -

11,000

7, 000 -

22,000

11,000

Instructor

5, 500 -

9, 000

5,500 -

18,000

9, 000

Professor

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

Professor and Chairman

Proposed Basic Salary (State) Appropriations

Proposed Total Salary (State & Supplements)

$16,500 - $20,000

$16,600 - $35, 000

12,500 -

17,500

12,500 -

32,500

Associate Professor

9,500 -

14, 000

9,500 -

28,000

Assistant Professor

7,000 -

11,000

7,000 -

22,000

Instructor

5,500 -

9, 000

5, 500 -

18, 000

Professor

The University at Raleigh

In Chancellor Caldwell's absence, President Friday presented the following report and recommendations on behalf of State College and they were unanimously approved:

Appointments:

Norman Dean Anderson, as Assistant Professor of Science Education, School of Education, at annual salary of $8,000 from College funds effective September 1, 1963. Born 1928, Dickens, Iowa. Married. Five children. Education: B.A. 1951, M.A. 1956, University of Iowa. Experience: Teacher, Burlington Public Schools, Iowa, 1952-59; N.S.F. Fellowship, Ohio State University 1957-58; Secondary School Teacher, Pleasant Valley, Bettendorf, Iowa 1959-61; Instructor, Ohio State University 1961-63. Interviewed by: Dean Harry C. Kelly.

Thomas Sanderson Baldwin, as Assistant Professor of Psychology, School of Education, at annual salary of $7,600 from College funds, effective September 1, 1963. This is a replacement for James Brown Grier. Born 1932, Orangeburg, South Carolina. Married. Two children. Education: B.S. 1953; M.A. 1954, University of South Carolina; Ph.D. 1960, Ohio State University. Experience: Part-time Instructor, University of South Carolina 1952-54; Research Psychologist, National Security Agency, Washington, D.C. 1956-61; Research Specialist - Engineering Psychology, North American Aviation, Columbus, Ohio 1961-63; Part-time faculty member Ohio University 1962-63. Interviewed by: Dean Harry C. Kelly.

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Resignations

Paul Marie-Jean Buisson, Assistant Professor of Architecture, School of Design, at annual salary of $7,250 for nine months will resign June 30, 1963, in order to accept a position as Associate Professor in the Department of Architectural Engineering at the University of Miami.

James Peak Everett, Jr., Assistant Professor of Animal Science, School of Agriculture, at annual salary of $7,800, resigned May 31, 1963, in order to accept a position with the Ralston Purina Company, St. Louis, Missouri.

Harron O'Berry Floyd, Jr., Assistant Professor of Physical Education, School of General Studies, at annual salary of $6,600 for nine months, resigns as of June 30, 1963, to accept another position.

Bryson Lemoine James, Extension Associate Professor of Horticultural Science, School of Agriculture, at annual salary of $8,500 for twelve months, resigned May 31, 1963, to accept a position with the Hercules Powder Company.

Clayton Payne Libeau, Extension Professor of Agricultural Economics, School of Agriculture, at annual salary of $9,500 for twelve months, resigned June 30, 1963, to take another position with the U. S. Department of Agriculture in Washington.

James H. Wahab, Professor of Mathematics, School of Physical Sciences and Applied Mathematics, at annual salary of $12,500 for nine months, resigned June 30, 1963, to accept another position.

Lindsay Russell Wichard, Associate Professor of English, School of General Studies, at annual salary of $7,900 for nine months, resigned January 31, 1963.

Offer Declined

John Walter Sherbon, Assistant Professor of Food Science, School of Agriculture, effective March 1, 1963.

FACULTY MEMBERS WITH PROPOSED SALARIES OF $15,000 OR MORE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1963-64

Name

T itle

Present Salary

Proposed Increase

Proposed Salary

18,500 13,700

^ 2,300*

16,000^

C. A. Anderson

Professor and Head, Industrial Engineering

14, 500

1, 000

15, 500

R. L. Anderson

Professor, Experimental Statistics

15, 000

2, 000

17,000

C. M. Asbill, Jr.

Professor and Head, Textile Machine Design

14,400

600

15, 000

W. W. Austin

Professor and Head, Mineral Industries

15, 000

1, 000

16,000

K. O. Beatty W. H. Bennett C. E. Bishop

Professor, Chem. Eng. Professor, Physics Professor and Head, Agri. Economics Prof. & Dir. of Basic Research, Textiles Dean, School of General Studies Asso. Dean & Prof. Industrial Eng. Prof, and Head, Mathematics

13,500 16,000

1, 500 1,000

15,000 17,000

16,000

2, 000

18, 000

14,850

450

15,300

16,500

1, 500

18, 000

15, 500

1, 500

17,000

16,500

2, 500

19,000

^

p

^

p

^ ^

Chancellor Business Manager

T. Caldwell L. Turner

J. F. Bogdan F. V. Cahill M. E. Campbell J. W. Cell

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Name

T itle

C. C. Cockerham

Prof. Exp. Statistics

Pres ent S alary

Propos ed Proposed Inc re as e Salary

14, 000

2, 000

16,000

^'Subject to approval of Advisory Budget Commission N. W. Conner

Dir. Eng. Research

14,500

500

15, 000

P. H. Derr

Prof, and Head, Physical Education

13,600

3, 000

16,600

Prof, and Head, Plant Pathology

14,000

1, 000

15, 000

Prof, and Head, Wood Products

16,000

800

16,800

R. E. F adum

Dean, School of Eng.

18, 000

3, 000

21,000

J. W. Fitts

Prof, and Head, Soil Science

13,500

1, 500

15, 000

Prof, and Dir. of Instruction, School of Agriculture

15, 500

1, 500

17,000

W. C. Gregory

Prof, Crop Science

15, 000

1, 000

16,000

E. B. Grover

Prof, and Head, Textile Technology

16,500

500

17,000

R. J. Hader

Prof. Exp. Statistics

14,000

1,700

15, 700

D. S. Hamby

Prof, and Dir. of Applied Res. , Textile T echnology

14, 800

900

15, 700

C. H. Hamilton

Prof. Rural Sociology

14,000

2, 000

16,000

W. D. Hanson

Professor, Genetics

14, 000

1, 000

15, 000

P. H. Harvey

Prof, and Head, Crop Science

15, 000

1,000

16,000

Prof, and Head, Agri. Engineering

15, 000

1, 000

16,000

Prof, and Head, Elec. Engineering

16,000

1, 000

17,000

Prof, and Dir. of Agri. Extension

15, 000

3, 000

18,000

Dean, School of Agri.

18, 000

4, 000

22,000

H. L. Kamphoefner

Dean, School of Design

17,500

3, 300

21,000

K. R. Keller

Asst. Dir. of Research, 15, 300 School of Agriculture

1,200

16, 500

D. E. Ellis

E. L. Ellwood

E. W. Glazener

F. J. Hassler G. B. Hoadley

G. Hyatt, Jr.

H.

B. J am e s

H. C. Kelly

Dean of Facuity

20,500

2, 000

22,500

A. Kelman

Prof. Plant Pathology

14,500

600

15, 100

R. King

Prof. Agri. Economics

14,000

2, 000

16,000

J. B. Kirkland

Dean, School of Educa.

15, 000

1, 500

16,500

J. E. Legates

Prof. Animal Science

16,000

2, 000

18, 000

R. L. Lovvorn

Prof, and Dir. of Res. School of Agri.

17,000

1, 000

18, 000

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Present Salary

Proposed Proposed Incr eas e Salary

H. L. Lucas

Prof. Exp. Statistics

17,200

2, 000

19,200

P. H. McDonald

Prof, and Head, Eng. Mechanics

15, 500

1,000

16,500

T. E. Maki

Prof. Forest Mgmn.

16,000

800

16,800

D. D. Mason

Prof, and Acting Head Exp. Statistics

15, 100

1, 500

16,600

G. Matrone

Prof. Animal Science

14, 200

1, 000

15, 200

S. G. M ayo

Prof, and Head, Rural Soc. andSoc.& Anthro.

12,000

3, 000

15, 000

Dean, School of Physical 18, 000 Sci. and Applied Math.

3, 000

21,000

A. C. Menius

R. J. Monroe

Prof. Exp. Statistics

14,800

1, 365

16,165

R. L. Murray

Prof, and Head, Nuc. Eng.

16,500

3, 000

19,500

C. J. Nusbaum

Prof. Plant Pathology

15, 000

600

15, 600

W. J. Peterson

Dean, Graduate School

16,000

2, 000

18, 000

1. D. Porterfield

Prof, and Head, Animal 15, 000 Science

1, 000

16,000

R. J. Preston

Dean, School of Forest.

16,500

3, 500

20,000

L. L. R ay

Dir. of Foundations

17,000

2, 500

19,500

J. A. Rigney

Prof, and Dir. of N. G. Agr. Mission to Peru

16,000

1, 000

17,000

Prof, and Head, Food Science

14, 500

2, 000

16,500

Asst. Dir. of Research School of Agri.

16,000

1, 000

17,000

H. A. Rutherford

Prof, and Head, Textile 16,000 Chemistry

500

16,500

E. M. Schoenborn

Prof, and Head, Chem. Engineering

17,000

1, 500

18,500

M. L. Speck

Prof. Food Science

14,000

1, 000

15, 000

R. E. Stacy

Prof. Exp. Statistics

17,000

1, 000

18, 000

S. G. Stephens

Prof. Genetics

18,000

500

18, 500

W. D. Stevenson

Prof. Elec. Eng.

14,000

1, 000

15, 000

H. A. Stewart

Asst. Dir of Research School of Agri.

14, 000

1, 000

15, 000

Dean, Student Affairs

14, 000

2, 000

16,000

R. C. Swann

Prof, and Head, Chem.

17,000

2, 000

19,000

E. W. Swanson

Prof, and Head, Econ.

14,300

1,700

16,000

G. S. Tolley

Prof. Agri. Economics

14, 000

1,000

15,000

W. D. Toussaint

Prof. Agri. Economics

14, 000

1, 000

15, 000

W. M. Roberts

H. F. Robinson

J. J

Stewart

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Proposed Proposed Increase Salary

Prof, and Head, Mech. Engineering

16,500

1,500

18,000

H. R. Van der Vaart

Prof. Exp. Statistics

14, 600

1, ZOO

15, 800

D. Williams

Prof, and Head, Physics

Name

R. W. Truitt

B. J. Zobel

T itle

Prof. Forest Management

2Z,500

15,310

690

16,000

*new appointee.

The University at Greensboro

Chancellor Singletary presented the report for the Woman's College as follows:

Appointments

Thomas Eugene Niedringhaus, as Assistant Professor of Geography, subject to completion of doctor's degree before September 1, 1963, otherwise to be named Instructor without prejudice to salary of $6,900 on basis of nine months teaching duties, effective September 1, 1963. Born 1930, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Married. Two children. Education: B. A. cum laude, Kalamazoo College 1953; M.A. Michigan State University 1959; Ph.D. pending, Michigan State University. Experience: Graduate Assistant, 1957-59, Assistant Instructor I960-, Michigan State University. Military service with U. S. Army in Japan. Interviewed by: Dean Mereb E. Mossman.

Dr. Marie Alice Riley, as Assistant Professor in Physical Education at salary of $8,000 effective September 1, 1963. Born 1925, Niagara Falls, New York. Single. Education: B.S. State Teachers College, Cortland, New York 1948; M.A. State University of Iowa 1952; Ph.D. , Florida State University 1962. Experience: Instructor, University of Rochester 1948-51; Assistant, State University of Iowa 1951-52; Instructor, Curry Laboratory School, The Woman's College 1952-54; Assistant Professor, State University College, Cortland, N. Y. 1954-57; Associate Professor, 1957-60; Assistant, Florida State University 1962-62; Associate Professor, State University College, Cortland 1962--. Interviewed by: Dean Mereb E. Mossman.

Dr. Arthur Joseph Rubel, as Assistant Professor in Sociology and Anthropology at annual salary of $7,200 effective September 1, 1963. Born 1924, Shanghai, China; citizen of United States. Married. One child. Education: B.A. Mexico City College 1949; M.A. University of Chicago 1957; Ph.D. University of North Carolina 1962. Experience: Research Assistant and Ethnographer, University of Chicago 1956-57; Research Assistant, University of Texas 1957-59; Social Science Consultant, Public Health Service 1959; Pre-doctoral research fellow, National Institute of Mental Health 1960-62; Part-time (second semester) instructor in Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The Woman's College 1961-62; Behavioral Science Section, Department of Health, Education, Welfare, Washington, D.C. 1962-63. Interviewed by: Dean Mereb E. Mossman.

Dr. James F. Wilson, as Professor of Biology, with permanent tenure, at annual salary of $11,400 for nine months teaching duties, effective February 1, 1964. Born 1921. Married. Two children. Education: B.S. Southern Illinois University; M.S. Iowa State College, Ph.D. Stanford University. Experience: Approximately one year of teaching at Southern Illinois University and Iowa State College; 15 years' teaching experience at Hartnell College; Summer of 1959 and six weeks last fall, Rockefeller Institute; five summers, research at USDA Station on guayule rubber, three summers work in control laboratory in sugar beet factory; Research on plant-parasitic nematodes and predatory fungi; six months experience in blood fractionation at Cutter Laboratories in Berkley, California. Interviewed by: Chancellor Singletary.

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239 SALARY INCREASES TO $15,000 OR ABOVE TO BECOME EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1963 Adm. Office or School

N ame Naomi G. Albanese James S. Ferguson Mereb E. Mossman

Home Economics Graduate Dean Dean of College

Rank Dean& Prof. Dean & Prof. Dean & Prof.

Present Salary

Proposed Salary

13,800 14,000 15, 000

15, 300 15, 000 16,000

Resignations and Terminations

Mr. Robert Grogan, Assistant Registrar, effective June 30, 1963, to accept position as Registrar at Charlotte College.

Dr. Elaine Penninger, Assistant Professor of English, effective end of academic year 1962-63.

On motion of Mrs. Lathrop, duly seconded, the above report and recommendations of Chancellor Singletary were unanimously approved.

Vice President Anderson

Dr. Anderson presented the following recommendation for establishment of Bachelor of Arts Degree at State College, and it was approved:

"Chancellor Caldwell has submitted a proposal for the Bachelor of Arts Degree at State College. The Board of Trustees at its meeting on January 25, 1963, approved the Bachelor of Arts Degree at State College in principle. The specific proposal submitted by Chancellor Caldwell has been reviewed by the appropriate deans of the three units of the University and they have recommended unanimously its approval. I am therefore requesting your approval of a curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree at the Raleigh campus of the University."

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at the University in Chapel Hill

Dr. Anderson also presented the proposal for a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at the University in Chapel Hill which was held over from the Special Meeting of the Executive Committee on May 27th. This matter was again discussed at some length, and Mr. Bryant moved that it be approved. The motion was duly seconded and it was put to a vote and carried with three members voting against its approval, Mrs. Lathrop, Mrs. Burgwyn, and Judge Mintz.

Speakers Bill

President Friday then referred to the recent action of the General Assembly in enacting the so-called "Speakers bill", and stated:

"Apart from a decision as to how the Board of Trustees shall carry out the duty which is placed upon it of enforcing this legislation, we must consider the harm that the legislation does to the idea and ideals of the University and how we shall proceed to remedy that. We believe that the only admissible course of action is to exert every effort to secure elimination of the legislation at the earliest opportunity.

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