The following report and recommendations on behalf of the Woman's College as presented by Chancellor Singletary were approved by unanimous
Paul Arnold Hickfang as Assistant Professor in the School of Music at a salary of $7,200 for nine months actual teaching duties, effective September 1, 1962. Born 1927; married, two children. Education: B. M. University of Texas 1951; M. A. University of Michigan 1954; Fulbright Scholarship to Munich, Germany 1955-57. Experience: 1954-55 and 1957-62, Assistant Professor, East Carolina College. Interviewed by: Dean Mereb B. Mossman.
Cornelius Kruse as Visiting Professor of Philosophy at salary of $12,000 for nine months of actual teaching duties, for the academic year 1962-63. Dr. Kruse has had a complete medical examination and is in excellent health. Born 1893; married. Education: B.D. Yale University 1915; M.A. 1917; Ph.D. 1922, Yale University. Experience: 1920-21 Instructor, University of Illinois; 1921-23 Associate Professor, University of Illinois; 1923-28 Associate Professor, Wesleyan University; 1924-25 and 1929-30 Lecturer, University of Illinois; 1925-26, Lecturer, Yale Divinity School; 1930-61 Professor and Chairman, Department of Philosophy, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut; 1942-43 Visiting Professor, Yale University. Interviewed by: Chancellor Singletary.
Norman W. Schul, Department of Geography, completed all requirements for his doctor's degree from Syracuse University this summer. A commitment was made to him that, upon completion of requirements for the degree, he would be recommended for a promotion from Instructor to Assistant Professor. No change in salary.
Continuation of Service:
Continuation of service on limited basis for the first semester of the academic year 1962-63 is requested for:
Mary H. Harrell, Associate Professor of Commercial studies who has reached the age of 65.
Leave of Absence:
Lenore G. Pierce, Instructor in Commercial Studies, medical leave for the first semester of the academic year 1962-63, with two months' salary.
Adrian Solomon, Assistant Professor of Psychology, effective February 1, 1963.
Shirley W. Winston, Assistant Professor in School of Music, effective August 31, 1962.
Mark Sponenburgh, Professor and Head of Department of Art, due to illness.
Chancellor Singletary also presented additions to the Capital Improvements Request as suggested by the Advisory Budget Commission. They are as follows:
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