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TRUSTEE AFFAIRS (CONSOL.) Sub-Group 1: Minutes Volume 5 May 1956–Feb 1959
5/28/56 - Spec. Exec.
Faculty Lounge, Morehead Building Chapel Hill May 28, 1956
The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of
Carolina met in Special Session at 9:30 o' clock, Monday morning, May 28, 1986, in the F-cultv Lounge of the Morehead Building on the campus at Chapel Hill, Governor Luther H. Hodges presiding, Arch T. Allen, Secretary. members were present:
Mrs. A. H. Lathrop, Mr. John W. Clark, Mr. T. J. Pearsall,
Mr. Rudolph 1. Mintz, Mr. Reid A. Maynard, Mr, John W. Umstead, Mr. George Watts, Mr. Victor S. Bryant, Mr. Wade Barber and Mr. 1. Frank Taylor.
regret for their inability to be present were received from Judge John J. Barker and Mrs. May L. Tomlinson.
Acting President Friday, vice President & Finance
Officer Carmichael, Provost Woybum, Chancellors House, Bostian and Graham were present. CHANCELLORS' REPORTS The Governor recognized Acting President Friday who called on Chancellor House for presentation of his report which was as follows: Chapel Hill: Appointments: Walter R. Benson, as Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine: salary $6800, beginning July 1, 19%. Born July 27, 1920, Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, married, 2 children. M. D, Duke University 19%. Designations: Joseph Fremont Burket, Associate Professor, Department of Pedodontics, School of Medicine, resigns as of August 31, 19%, to return to private practice in Kansas. Duff Browne, Director of Television, resigns as of July 19, to accept the General Managership of the new community education television station at New Orleans. Morris S. Davis, Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Department of Physics, resigns as of A,ugust 31, to accept a post as Research Associate in the Department of Astronomy at Yale University. John T. O'Neill, Professor, School of Business Administration, resigns as of August 31, to accept a post as Associate Professor at Northwestern University. Thomas M. Stanback, Jr., Assistant Professor of Economics, resigns as of August 31, to accept a position at New York University. On motion of Mr. Umstead, duly seconded, the report and recommendations of Chancellor House were unanimously approved. Governing Board of the University Press Mr. House also presented for approval the appointment of the following members of the Governing Board of the University of North Carolina Press for