Volume 08: September 10, 1962–May 25, 1964

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Governor's Office Raleigh, North Carolina November 12, 1962

The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina met in regular session in the office of the Governor, Raleigh, North Carolina, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., on Monday, November 12, 1962, Governor Terry Sanford presiding, Billie Curtis, Assistant Secretary.

The following members were present: Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Lathrop, Messrs. Taylor, Hill, Pearsall, Umstead, Maynard, Noble, Barber, Mintz and Bryant. Also present were: President Friday, Vice President Anderson, Mr. Shepard, Business Officer and Treasurer, Mr. Weaver, Secretary of the University, and Chancellors Aycock and Singletary.

Minutes: The minutes of the last meeting were approved without reading, copies having been mailed to each member.

Chancellors' Reports

University at Chapel Hill

Chancellor Aycock presented the report and recommendations for the University at Chapel Hill as follows:

Appointments:

George Stanley Baroff, as Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, with salary of $11, 500 from trust funds, beginning January 10, 1963. Born New York 1924; married; two children. Education: B.S. 1948, M.A. 1950, George Washington University; Ph.D. 1955, New York University. Experience: Senior Research Scientist 1952-59, Department of Medical Genetics, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Research Associate in Psychiatry, 1955-, Columbia University; Chief clinical Psychologist 1959-, Vineland Training School, New Jersey. Interviewed by: Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and by the Chairman of Psychology Department and his faculty.

Donald William Warren, as Assistant Professor, School of Dentistry, with salary of $14,000 ($4,738 of which is from trust funds), plus 100% allowable supplement on state portion of salary, beginning July 1, 1963. Born in Brooklyn, New York 1935; married; two children. Education: B.S. 1956, D.D.S. 1959, University of North Carolina; M.S. 1961, University of Pennsylvania. Experience: Post-Doctoral Fellow 1959-61, Lancaster (Pa.) Cleft Palate Clinic; Post-Doctoral Fellow 1961-, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Interviewed by: Dr. Warren is well-known as a former student here.

Wallace Arthur Dynes, as Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology-Anthropology, with salary of $6,500 beginning September 1, 1962. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1930; married; two children. Education: B.A. 1952, M.A. 1954, Florida State University; Ph.D. 1962, University of Washington. Experience: Pre-Doctoral Associate and Acting Instructor 1958-62, University of Washington. Interviewed by: Associates of the Chairman of the Department and Dr. Dynes has been here on interim appointment for two months.

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Albert Halstead Amon, as Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, beginning September 1, 1962 with salary of $7200, two-thirds of which is from trust funds. Born in New York 1927; married. Education: B. A. 1954, Ph.D. 1962, University of California at Berkeley. Experience: Teaching Assistant 1954-59, University of California; Research Assistant IV, 1959-61, Stockton (California) State Hospital; Research Associate 1961-, University of Illinois. Interviewed by: Dean of College of Arts and Sciences and Chairman and staff of the Department of Psychology.

Promotions

C. Hugh Holman, Kenan Professor and former Chairman of the Department of English, is recommended for promotion to Dean of the Graduate School and Kenan Professor, with increase in salary from $14,500 to $20,000 on a twelve-months' basis, beginning February 1, 1963. Dr. Holman replaces Dean Alexander Heard, resigned. Dr. Holman has been a member of the faculty in Chapel Hill since 1949.

Donald Kenneth Springen, Instructor, Department of English, is recommended for promotion to Assistant Professor, retroactive to July 1, 1962, without change in salary.

William Phillip Webster, Research Associate, School of Dentistry, is recommended for promotion to Research Associate in Pathology, School of Medicine and Assistant Professor, School of Dentistry, without change in salary, beginning September, 1962.

Leaves of Absence

W. Geoffrey Wysor, Jr. , Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, is recommended for leave of absence, without salary, from January 1 to August 1, 1963, in order to accept a visiting professorship at the Escalo Paulista School of Medicine at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Richard Austin King, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, is recommended for a leave of absence, without salary, for the academic year 1963, in order to accept a grant for Post Doctoral training at the University of Washington.

May Davis Hill, Art Librarian, is recommended for an approved leave of absence, October 1, 1962 to May 31, 1963, with partial salary of $1550, in order to further work on her Ph.D. at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University.

Resignations

George Alexander Heard, Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Political Science, has resigned, effective February 1, 1963, to become Chancellor of Vanderbilt University.

Ellen Elizabeth Guillot, Associate Professor, School of Public Health, resigned September 30, 1962, to accept a Government position.

Claude McClure, Jr., Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, resigned October 18, 1962, while on military leave, to accept a commission in the regular army.

Myron A. Peyton, Professor, Department of Romance Languages, resigned August 31, 1962. He returned to former position at College of Wooster (Ohio, because his wife was homesick).

Deaths

Roy Melton Brown, Professor Emeritus, School of Social Work and former Chairman of the Department of Social Work, died October 16, 1962.

Clyde Edward Mullis, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education, died September 25, 1962.

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Division of Health Affairs - Proposed Amendment to Rules, Regulations and Policies (as Revised to April 10, 1961).

Section 2-9: House Staff Members Subsection B. The Residents' Fund Subparagraph: Authorized Expenditures (page 36)

Amend this subparagraph by adding a new item to be numbered 9, as follows:

"9. Payment in whole or in part of basic salaries or salary increases to members of the Intern and Resident Staff under circumstances which may warrant such a procedure in the judgment of the Chiefs of the Clinical Services, the Hospital Director and the Dean of the School of Medicine."

The above report and recommendations of Chancellor Aycock were unanimously approved.

William A. Whitaker Estate

Chancellor Aycock also presented the following resolution and requested its adoption:

WHEREAS, William A. Whitaker, a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Class of 1904, died on February 28, 1960, having made numerous lifetime gifts and testamentary bequests to the University, and having named the University as beneficiary of The William A. Whitaker Foundation, created by his Will, for scholarship, Library and museum purposes; and

WHEREAS, the Executors of his Will, Edward G. Clark, Jr., and The Chase Manhattan Bank have presented to the Surrogate's Court of New York County for judicial approval, their Final Account of Proceedings as Executors dated August 28, 1962, a copy of which has been examined by University representatives and found to be in order;

Now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that this Board does hereby record its abiding appreciation of the generosity of the late William A. Whitaker, whose Foundation alone has received or is receiving from the Executors, as shown by their accounts, in excess of One Million seven hundred thousand dollars.

FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Board does hereby ratify the act of Chancellor William B. Aycock in informally approving such accounts, and records its appreciation of the Executors' faithful execution of the wishes of a loyal alumnus of this University.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of this Board is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to the following relatives of the late William A. Whitaker: Mr. Lyman B. Whitaker, Class of 1911, and Mr. John C. Whitaker, Class of 1912, brothers; Mrs. Grace Whitaker Kehaya, sister; and Mrs. George B. Whitaker, Sr. , widow of a deceased brother, Class of 1915.

Mr. Umstead moved that the foregoing resolution be adopted. The motion was duly seconded and the resolution was adopted by unanimous vote.

State College

In the absence of Chancellor Caldwell who was attending a meeting in Washington of the Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges

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of which he is President, President Friday presented the report and recommendations for State College as follows:

Appointments

Lawrence William Drabick as Research Associate Professor of Agricultural Education, School of Education and of Rural Sociology, at annual salary of $9,552 ($4,852 from College funds and $4,700 from Agricultural Foundation funds) for twelve months effective September 1, 1962. Born 1924, Hazelton, Pennsylvania. Married. Three children. Education: B.S. 1951, Pennsylvania State College; M.S. 1956, Ph.D. I960, The Pennsylvania State University. Experience: Teacher, Lake High School, Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania, 1951-52; Teacher, Lehman-Jackson-Ross, Lehman, Pennsylvania 1952-54; Extension Rural Sociology, Iowa State University 1959-61; Community Organization Specialist, University of Connecticut 1961-62. Interviewed by: Dean H. B. James and Dean J. B. Kirkland.

Barney Kuo-Yen Huang as Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering, School of Agriculture at annual salary of $9,000 ($2,600 from College funds and $6,400 from Station funds) for twelve months, effective January 1, 1963. This is a replacement for T. H. Garner. Born 1931, Taiwan, China. Single. Chinese citizenship. Education: B.S. 1954, National Taiwan University; M. S. I960, University of Illinois; Purdue University, I960 to the Present time. Experience: Teaching and Research Assistant, National Taiwan University, 1954-58; Research Assistant, University of Illinois 1959-60; Research Assistant, Purdue University 1960-present. Interviewed by: Chancellor Caldwell.

Norman C. Miller, as Extension Assistant Professor of Food Science, School of Agriculture at annual salary of $9,500 from Extension Funds for twelve months effective November 1, 1962. Born July 2, 1925, Ft. Pierce, Florida. Married. Three children. Education: B.S. 1950, M.S. 1959, Pennsylvania State University. Experience: Assistant to Plant Manager, Knouse Foods, Peach Glen, Pennsylvania 1954-59; Graduate Assistant, Pennsylvania State University 1957-59; Canneries Manager, North Carolina Prison Enterprises 1959-62. Interviewed by: Chancellor Caldwell.

Jerome Bernard Weber as Assistant Professor of Crop Science, School of Agriculture at annual salary of $8,000 from Station funds for twelve months effective November 1, 1962. This is a replacement for Mr. W. L. Rivenbark. Born 1933, Claremont, Minnesota. Married. Three children. Education: B.S. 1957, University of Minnesota; M.S. 1959; Ph.D. 1962, University of Minnesota. Experience: Laboratory Technician 1955-57, and Research Assistant 1957-62, University of Minnesota. Interviewed by Chancellor Caldwell.

Promotions

Leroy Charles Saylor from Assistant Geneticist, School of Agriculture at salary of $4,200 to Assistant Professor of Genetics, School of Agriculture and of Forestry at salary of $8,200 ($4,100 from Station funds and $4,100 from Trust funds) for twelve months effective September 1, 1962. This is a replacement for Dr. Therese M. Kelleher.

Eugene Jack Story from Director of the Nuclear Reactor Project to Assistant to the Dean, School of Physical Sciences and Applied Mathematics and Associate Professor of Physics, School of Physical Sciences and Applied Mathematics. This is a replacement for Mr. Ned Klumph.

Leave of Absence

George S. Tolley, Professor of Agricultural Economics requests a leave of absence for one semester effective September 15, 1962 in order to accept a position as Visiting Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of California.

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