OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1979






A...A...A...A...A...

Academic Computing; 457
Academic Rank; 438
Academic Study Privileges; 437
Administrative Rules; 2, 181, 182, 183, 337, 339, 423, 424, 436, 437, 438
Administrative Rules:

Academic Rank; 438
Academic Year Fee Book; 424
Academic Study Privileges; 437
Auxiliary Enterprises, Apportionment of Costs, Division 11; 337
Confidential Information Relating to Employed Faculty Not to be Sought Nor Accepted; 182
Faculty Evaluations by Students; 2
Hospital Charges; 183
Nonresident Tuition & Fees, Waiver of; 423
Residence Classification of Federal Service Personnel; 436
Student Housing, Self-Supporting Concept for (580-11-020) ; 339
Summer Session Fee Book; 181

Admissions Report; 407
Admissions Requirements, 1980-81; 586, 662
Affiliated Organizations Income & Expenditures, 1976-77 & 1977-78; 102, 106
Affirmative Action Reports; 75, 155
Agricultural Experiment Station, (See O.S.U.)
American Accounting Association; 43
American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business; 36, 43
American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers; 588
American Veterinary Medical Association; 168
Amundson Associates, P.C., Architects; 54, 70, 71, 175, 281, 611, 640
Anderson-Perry & Associates, Inc. ; 392
Antioch College; 50
Appendix A; 662
Application Fee; 427
Application Fee Increase; 151
Application for Federal Grant Funds Under National Energy Conservation & Policy Act; 614
Aquaculture Support Facility; 642
Ashland, City of; 179
Association for Computing Machinery Curriculum Committee on Computer Science; 295
Association for Gerontology in Higher Education; 464
Association of Oregon Faculties; 342, 414, 553
Atellier/Northwest; 133
Audit Report, Oregon State System of Higher Education, 1975-1977; 141, 460
Automobile Club of Oregon; 627
Auxiliary enterprises, Apportionment of Costs, Administrative Rules Amended; 337

B...B...B...B...B...

B & C Contractors; 61, 518
Bache Halsey Stuart Shields Inc., & Associates; 544, 545
Balzhiser & Colvin Engineering, Inc. ; 133
Barker, Thomas E., dba Discount Fire Systems; 377
Beaver Plumbing & Heating, Inc. ; 57
Beaverton-Central Point-Salem Consortium Project; 365
Benton County Exchange of Land With OSU; 279
Benton Electric, Inc. ; 58, 521
Bingham-Willamette; 630
Blue Mountain Community College; 399, 550, 591
Board Bylaws, Regular Meetings; 400, 455
Board Committee Appointments; 582
Board Meeting (Adjourned) :

February 23, 1979; 133
June 22, 1979; 390
August 28, 1979; 543

Board Meeting (Regular) :

January 26, 1979; 1
March 30, 1979; 147
May 25, 1979; 276
July 27, 1979; 404
September 14, 1979; 549
October 26, 1979; 583
December 14, 1979; 665

Board's Meetings, Regular, Bylaws Changed; 400, 455
Board's Reserves, Budget 1979-80; 421, 542
Board's Special & Plant Rehabilitation Reserves; 74, 241, 390, 542
Board of Higher Education, 50th Year; 584
Boeing of Portland; 630
Boles, Maguire & Hoch, Architects; 136
Bonds, Building, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1979A, $7,500,000; 439, 543
Bonds, Building, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1980A, $6,465,000; 672
Bonds, Community College & Education Center, State of Oregon, Series 1979C, Article XI-G, $4,755,000; 448, 547
Bonds, Facilities, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1979B, $7,000,000; 444, 545
Bonds, Facilities, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1980B, $5,430,000; 676
Boutwell, Gordon, Beard & Grimes, Architects; 67
Briscoe & Berry; 522
Britt Music Festival; 176
Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolph & Associates; 136, 508, 522, 657
Budget, Annual, 1977-78, Expenditures Review; 74
Budget, 1979-1981, Review Biennial; 151
Budget Policies; 340
Burrows, H. J. Construction Co. ; 651

C...C...C...C...C...

CH2M/Hill, Northwest, Inc. ; 523, 654
Caldwell Veterinary Medical Center; 168
Camp Adair Buildings, Use of for Library Storage; 381
Campbell Yost Grube, Professional Corp., Architects; 187, 286, 375, 512, 638
Capital Construction Requests, 1979-1981; 21, 30, 526
Card, Wayne, & Associates, Architects; 236
Carnegie Corp. ; 35
Cascade Fire Protection Co. ; 380
Centralized Activities Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 566
Certificate Honoring Freeman Holmer; 666
Certificate Honoring Milosh Popovich; 33
Certificate Honoring Dr. James K. Sours; 32
Certificate of Recognition, Wilbur T. Cooney, OSU; 504
Certificate of Recognition, Karl Dittmer; 505
Certificate of Recognition, Betty Feves; 506
Certificate of Recognition, Gregory Moore; 506
Chambers, R. A., & Associates; 54
Chancellor's Report; 145, 148, 406, 550, 584
Chancellor's Residence Reroofing; 391
Chemeketa Community College; 50
Chilless Nielsen, Architects; 70
Chronicle of Higher Education; 532
Citibank, N. A. & Associates; 543, 545, 547
Civil Rights Bill; 162
Clackamas Community College; 499
Clark Community College; 550
Clatsop Community College; 551
Collective Bargaining; 340, 551
College Board; 588
College Industrial Park; 399
College Placement Council 304
Colorado State University; 164
Columbia University; 97
Commencement Representatives; 241
Committee Appointments, Board; 582
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 144, 242
Computer Improvement; 457
Confidential Information Relating to Employed Faculty; 182
Continuing Education (see each institution) ; 555
Controller's Report; 660
Cook & Hagerman, Architects; 233
Corporate Affiliates; 102, 106
Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 31, 137, 453
Cosco Fire Protection Division of Zurn Industries, Inc. ; 69
Council on Post-Secondary Education in Washington; 550
Curricular Adjustments; 163, 172, 294, 299, 348, 355, 463, 629, 634

D...D...D...D...D...

Degree Lists; 646
Dielschneider Associates, Inc. ; 236
Divestiture of Investment Holdings in South Africa; 145
Dodge & Cox; 507
Duke University; 473

E...E...E...E...E...

EMK Contractors, Inc. ; 236
Easter & Nichols; 237

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Ackerman Hall, Door Hardware Replacement & Repair; 578
Administration Building, Exterior Staircase Rehabilitation; 542
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 562
Central Chiller Refurbishing; 542
Classroom Building, Exterior Coating; 578
Coliseum Roof Repair; 576, 578
Enrollment Adjustments, 1978-79; 11
EOCene Courts; 128
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Exterior Grand Staircase Rehabilitation; 391
Foundation; 104, 108, 118
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 236, 527, 528
Hoke Hall Balconies Cover; 529
Mellinger Property Purchase; 515
Nonresident Students Pay Same Tuition & Fees As Oregon Residents; 423
Physical Education Fields Relocation; 179, 525, 527, 529
Regional Services Institute; 554
Residence Hall Study; 316
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Administration Building, Fire Protection Improvements) ; 379
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Science Building Ventilation System Rehabilitation & Improvements; 179, 525, 527, 529
Surface Drainage Improvements; 179, 525, 527, 529


Education of American Businessmen, A Study of University-College Programs in Business Administration; 35
Educational Opportunities Program; 79
Educational Systems, Office of, Program Improvement; 457
Educational Testing Service; 365
Egan, Robert R., Contractor; 382
Election of Board Officers; 402
Emerick Construction Co. ; 513
Endicott Report; 304
Engineers Council for Professional Development; 301, 297
Enrollment Adjustments, 1978-79; 11
Enrollment Ceilings; 385
Enrollment Projections; 5, 151
Enrollment Reports; 550, 586
Equal Opportunity Reports; 75, 155
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 11
Eugene, City of; 523
Eugene Sand & Gravel Co. ; 134
Evergreen State College; 550

F...F...F...F...F...

FASOM; 658
FORE; 34, 585
Faculty Evaluations by Students; 2
Federal Communications Commission; 139, 399
Federal Cooperative Extension (see OSU)
Federal Internal Revenue Code; 402
Fee Schedule, 1979-80; 239, 389, 424
Financial Administration Standard Operating Manual; 617, 658
Financial Aid to Women & Minority Students; 75
Finstad Heating & Sheet Metal; 519
Food Service Charges; 315
Ford Foundation; 35
Foreign Graduate Instruction Fee; 151
Foreign Student Fee Remission; 151, 540
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 581
Foundation for Oregon Research & Education; 34, 585
Freightliner; 630
Fuld, Helen, Health Trust; 661
Furber Construction Co. ; 509

G...G...G...G...G...

Georgetown University; 154
Gerontological Society; 464
Gift, Grant & Contract Income, 1976-77 & 1977-78; 101, 105
Glossary of Terms Used in Material Presented to Board; 552
Golf City Par Three; 13
Golf Course of Oregon; 13
Gordon & Associates, Inc. ; 54, 59, 60
Gordon, Walter, Architect; 652
Graduate Teacher Education; 355
Greene, Allen L., Architect; 70

H...H...H...H...H...

Handicapped, Accessibility for; 527, 528, 554, 652
Hanson/Dunahugh/Vaivoda, Architects; 67, 408, 656
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, 1st National Bank of Oregon & Associates; 544, 545, 547
Health & Incidental Fee Recommendations; 429
HEGIS; 227
Herbert & Keller, Architects; 525
Herrick, John H., Consulting Engineers, Inc. ; 525
Hess, Bart, Building Contractors, Inc. ; 65, 66, 507
Hewlett, Jamison, Atkinson & Luey; 643
Hicks/Chilcote & Associates, A.I.A. ; 67
Higher Education for Business; 35
Higher Education General Information Survey; 227
Honeywell, Inc. ; 378

I...I...I...I...I...

Idaho State Board of Education; 164
Incidental Fee Process; 429
Independent College Association; 423
Internal Audit Division; 432, 460
Internal Management Directives:

Agenda, Suspension of; 552
Auxiliary Enterprise Building Repair & Equipment Replacement; 288
Budget Policies (6.051) ; 340
Budget Policies (6,052) ; 617
Independent Affiliated Organizations Relationships; 620
Internal Governance of Institutions; 313
Inventions, Commercialization of; 396
Licensing & Sponsored Research Agreements; 395
Oregon Commission on Public Broadcasting; 667
Real Property Retention & Disposition of; 620, 671
Revolving Funds & Petty Cash Funds Authorization; 616
Service Department Equipment Replacement Reserves; 287

International Student Fee Remissions; 530

J...J...J...J...J...

Jaggar Sroufe Co. ; 513
Jeppesen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 61, 226, 384, 515, 641

K...K...K...K...K...

Kasonic & Associates, Inc. ; 149
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 648
Klamath Falls, City of, Easment To for Road & Utility Improvements; 399
Koinonia House; 191
Krachek, Keith, Consulting Engineers, Inc. ; 69, 653

L...L...L...L...L...

L & M Sheetmetal, Inc. ; 149
Land Acquisition, 1979-1981; 526, 527, 529
Legislature, 1973, International Student Fee Remission; 530
Legislature, 1979:

H.B. 2034 Regional Service Institutes at EOSC & SOSC; 414
H.B. 2252 Poison Control Center, UOHSC; 414
H.B. 5031 Budgets; 414, 418, 421
H.B. 5032 Capital Construction; 526, 529
H.B. 5051 Energy Conservation; 614
H.B. 5077 Salary Improvement Program; 415, 553
International Students, Funding for; 407
Joint Committee on Ways & Means; 135
Report (Budget, Foreign Student Fees, Tuition) ; 151
Report on; 406
S.B. 59 Retirement provisions; 406
S.B. 451 Instructional Development; 169, 170
S.B. 805 Commission for Public Broadcasting; 406, 414
S.B. 5555 Assistance to Handicapped Students; 414, 529
Senate Education Committee, Presentation to; 10, 170
Summer Session Funding; 407
Ways & Means Committee; 138, 149, 154, 170, 392, 398, 401, 410, 428, 460, 526, 531, 534

Lerch, Bates & Associates, Inc. ; 522
Lewis & Clark College; 90, 365
Linfield College; 50
Linnco Electric Co. ; 59, 377, 520, 655
Long-Range Planning, SSHE; 35
Lower Columbia Community College; 550

M...M...M...M...M...

Marine Science Commission; 461
Marion Construction Co. ; 225
Marquess & Associates, Inc. ; 72, 73, 234
Marquess Engineering Co. ; 524
Martin, Schultz & Geyer; 56, 410
Martin/Soderstrom/Matteson, Architects; 63, 179, 231, 376, 525, 607, 651
Mathis, Jack, General Contractor, Inc. ; 234
McArthur/Gardner/Partnership; 133, 374, 650
McCoy Electrical Co. ; 237
McPheeters Electric Co. ; 373, 524
Mention-Hanns-Lindbug, AIA; 228, 652
Monmouth, City of, Street Improvement; 646
Monmouth, City of, Variance, Off-Street Parking, OCE; 668
Moody, John T., & Sons, Construction Co. ; 229, 231
Morrison, Funatake, Inouye, Andrews, Inc. ; 58, 61, 62, 377, 379, 517, 518, 521
Mt. Angel College; 483
National Council on Accreditation for Teacher Education; 361
National Directory of Educational Programs in Gerontology; 475
National Energy Conservation & Policy Act of 1978, Title III; 614
National Golf Association; 20
National Institute of Mental Health; 483
National Institute on Aging; 482
National League of Nursing; 311, 661
National Liaison Committee on Graduate Medical Education; 150
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service; 643
National Public Radio; 454
National Resident Matching Program; 150
National Science Foundation; 174, 305
National Telecommunications & Information Administration; 453
Newport Aquaculture Laboratory; 643
Newport, Port of; 642
Nonresident Tuition & Fees, Waiver of; 423

O...O...O...O...O...

ONDINE Network; 458
Off-Campus Instruction in OSSHE; 407, 428
Officers, Board, Election of; 402
Ohio State University; 532
Oredson, Vincent, Architect; 175
Oregon Bank & Associates, The; 544, 545, 547
Oregon College of Education:

Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 560
Campus Elementary School Rehabilitation; 578
Development Fund; 108, 116
Energy Conservation Retrofit; 527
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Field House; 376, 456, 528, 668
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 70, 527, 528
Library & Media Center Addition; 528
Maaske Hall Rededication & Renovation; 527
Maple Hall Rehabilitation; 578
Physical Education Building, Old, Rehabilitation; 578
Program Stabilization; 11
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Stadium Replacement; 376, 456, 528
Todd Hall Rehabilitation; 578
Todd Hall Roof Repair; 542
Track Repair & Resurfacing; 578
Utility Plant, Central, Replacement of Burners & Boilers; 576, 578

Oregon Commission on Public Broadcasting; 667
Oregon Department of Energy; 614
Oregon Economic Development Commission; 153
Oregon Educational Public Broadcasting Service:

Advisory Council of Statewide Organizations; 452
Budget, 1979-80; 554, 556, 567
Budget, 1979-1981; 419
Capital Construction, 1979-1981; 30
Eastern Oregon Radio Microwave Relay System Extension; 397
Eastern Oregon Transmitter-Translator Network Expansion; 397
Eugene Color Studio; 398, 528
Grant Proposals to National Telecommunications & Administration; 397
KEOL-FM, Microwave Link From MT. Fanny; 399
KOAC, Member, National Public Radio; 574
KOAC-TV, Channel 7, Transmission System Relocation; 138
KOAP-FM & KOAP-TV Building, Remodeling; 236
KOAP-FM Radio Signal Extended; 31, 399
KOAP, Member, National Public Radio; 574
KOAP-TV, Channel 10, Transmitter, Tower & Antenna Replacement; 137, 140, 398, 527, 528
KRBM-FM, Radio Signal to; 399
KSYS-TV, Channel 8, Translator; 31
KTRV-TV, Microwave Link from; 399
KVDO-TV, Channel 3, Translator; 31
KVDO-TV Fairgrounds Studio Building; 528
KVDO-TV Transmitter, Tower & Studio Relocation; 138
KWAX, Member, National Public Radio; 574
Oregon Commission of Public Broadcasting; 667
Southern Oregon Translator Network; 30, 527, 528

Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission; 52, 149, 219, 356, 369, 399, 407, 423, 551
Oregon Educational Coordinating Council; 302
Oregon Federation of Teachers; 552
Oregon Graduate Center; 85, 300, 307
Oregon Historical Society; 211

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Boosters Club; 640
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 563
Chiller Condenser Replacement; 581
Curricular Adjustments; 348
Development Foundation; 104, 109, 119, 640
Domestic Water Well #1, Rehabilitation; 576, 581
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 54, 527, 581
Klamath Falls, Easement To for Road & Utility Improvements; 399
Library Building; 281, 527
Management Option; 348
Nursing Program, Funding for; 661
Parking Lot Addition; 380
Parking Lot #4, Paving; 81
Physical Education & Recreation Facilities (Tennis Courts) ; 527, 529
Program Stabilization; 11
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Stadium Named for John F. Moehl; 640
Student Union Addition & Alterations (Utility Improvements) ; 54
Technology Option; 348
Upper Division Curriculum Reorganized; 348

Oregon Investment Council; 145, 507
Oregon Shakespearean Festival; 176
Oregon-Southwest Washington Laborer's Training Trust Fund; 381, 392
Oregon State Department of Commerce; 104
Oregon State Department of Education; 214, 356, 369, 423, 586, 603
Oregon State Department of General Services; 186, 187, 380, 395
Oregon State Department of Revenue; 278
Oregon State Division of State Lands; 186, 395
Oregon State Emergency Board; 10, 15, 31, 54, 63, 65, 66, 174, 225, 237, 284, 407, 414, 522, 526, 508, 554, 574, 614, 644, 653, 654, 668
Oregon State Employees Association; 417
Oregon State Employment Division, Department of Human Resources; 298
Oregon State Health Planning & Development Agency; 150, 183
Oregon State Highway Division, State Parks & Recreation Branch; 15
Oregon State Penitentiary Industries; 514
Oregon State Scholarship Commission; 10, 156

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 103, 107, 112
Agricultural Experiment Station Budget, 1979-80; 556, 569
Agricultural Experiment Station Budget, 1979-1981; 419
Agricultural Research Foundation; 103, 107, 113
Alumni Office; 103
Beach Farm Property (purchased 1950) ; 15
Beaver Club; 103
Benton County, Exchange of Land with; 279
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 558
Camp Adair Base Exchange Building Alterations; 382, 391
Campus Plan Committee; 24
Capital Construction, 1979-1981; 21
Cayuse, Research Vessel, Leased to San Jose State University; 292
Classified Information, Resolution for Department of Defense; 280
College Inn Purchase; 526
Construction Engineering & Research Foundation; 103
Consulting Services; 226
Cooney, Wilbir T., Certificate of Recognition; 504
Cooperative Extension Service Budget, 1979-80; 556, 568
Cooperative Extension Service Budget, 1979-1981; 419
Cornelius Property Purchase; 644
Crop Science Building, Phases I & II; 56, 410, 527, 528
Cultural & Conference Center; 21, 172, 503, 528, 529
Curricular Adjustments; 163, 172, 629
Enrollment Adjustments, 1978-79; 11
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 278
Forest Research & Experimental Account; 278
Forest Research Laboratory Budget, 1979-80; 279, 556, 570
Forest Research Laboratory Budget, 1979-1981; 419
OSU Foundation; 103, 107, 114, 172, 503
OSU Foundation Approval, Cultural & Conference Center; 21, 529
OSU Foundation, Lease of land for Golf Course; 12
4H Foundation; 103
Gilbert Hall Remodel; 226, 516, 527
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 527, 528
Harris Branch; 103
Hyslop Farm; 279
Incidental Fees, Use Of .50$ of for Cultural & Conference Center; 503
Industrial Engineering, BA/BS Degree Programs in; 629
Kerr Library; 168
Library Storage, Camp Adair; 381
Manufacturing Engineering Option; 629
Marine Science Center Dormitory III; 529
Martel Property Purchase; 144
Memorial Union Building Remodeling, Phase II; 384
Memorial Union Building Remodeling, Phase III; 61, 515, 529
Milam Hall Rehabilitation; 578
MCO Building, Camp Adair, Alterations for Library Storage; 391
Oceanography, School of; 641
Orchard Court; 122
Parking Improvements; 529
Performing Arts Center ("Great Hall" Project) ; 21
Personnel Development Center; 216
Peterson Property Purchase; 24
Physical Oceanography Laboratory Building II; 383
Recreation Facilities (Golf Course); 12, 529
Russian Studies, BA Degree Program in, suspended; 172
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II


(Batcheller, Bexell, Covell, Kidder, Oceanography I, Rogers, Shepard & Wilkinson Halls Handrail Revisions) ; 60

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Batcheller, Gilmore, Graf & Kidder Halls, Industrial Building, Kerr Library, Marine Science

Center, Mitchell Playhouse, Pharmacy & Social Science, Electrical Deficiencies, Motor Starters & Disconnects) ; 59, 655

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II, (Cordley Hall Ventilation Improvements) ; 518
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II

(Cordley Hall, Wiegand Hall & Milam Hall Mechanical Deluge Showers & Eye Washes) ; 61, 517

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Milne Computer Center, Gilmore Annex, Administrative Services Building, Kerr Library,

Oceanography II & Agricultural, Wiegand, Benton & Milam Halls Handrail Revisions) ; 62

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Nash & Dryden Halls Backflow Preventers) ; 56
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Nash Hall Emergency Lighting & Motor Disconnect Improvements) ; 520
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Oceanography I, Benton Hall, Social Science Building, Chemical Engineering Building,

Industrial Building, Oceanography II, Mitchell Playhouse, Apperson Hall, Milam Hall, Batcheller Hall, Kent House, Administrative Services Building, & Agriculture Hall Electrical Deficiencies) ; 58, 521

Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Salary Presentation by Faculty; 227
Saxton Property Purchase; 24
Schmidt Farm; 279
Southern Pacific Railroad Co., Easement to; 280
Systems Technology, BA Degree is Discontinued; 172
Tektronix Program; 306
Tifft Estate Property Sale; 184, 385
Tifft Memorial Loan Fund; 185, 385
U. S. Department of Defense Resolution, Classified Information; 280
Utility Improvements (Electrical System) ; 527, 529
Utility Improvements (Fuel Conversion for Energy Conservation) ; 528, 529
Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Clinical Facilities; 169, 224, 526
Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of, Degree in; 163
Veterinary Medicine Instruction, Tri-State Agreement with Idaho & Washington; 163
Waldo Hall Repair & Rehabilitation; 576, 579
Wecoma, Research Vessel; 293
Wilkinson Hall, Data Analysis Addition to; 641
Wilmarth Property Purchase; 552
Wolfe Property Purchase; 24
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Center, Newport Aquaculture Laboratory; 642

Oregon Student Lobby; 2, 51, 152, 239, 169, 320
Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group; 242
Oregon Writing Project; 365

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Patterson Plumbing Co., Inc. ; 73, 234
Payne/Settecase/Smith/Doss, Architects; 224, 376, 456, 668
Perron, Robert, Landscape Architect; 525
Physical Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay, Board's Reserve for; 390, 575
Pipe-Tech, Inc. ; 225
Portland Advisory Committee on Engineering Education; 299, 305
Portland, City of; 191, 627, 648
Portland Development Commission Release Deed Restrictions to PSU; 627
Portland District Council of Carpenters; 214
Portland Engineering Graduate Education Consortium; 307
Portland General Electric Co. ; 648
Portland Library Metro Loan Program; 211
Portland Planning Commission; 188

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Automobile Club of Oregon, Exchange of Land With; 627
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 559
Budget Report by FORE; 585
Computer Science, Bachelor of Science Program in; 294
Cramer Hall Repairs Water Chiller; 576, 580
Curricular Adjustments; 463
Digital Computer System; 305
Ditmer, Karl, Certificate of Recognition; 505
Enrollment Adjustments, 1978-79; 11
Enrollment Ceiling; 2
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Faculty Evaluations by Students; 2
Foundation; 103, 108, 115
Gerontology, Graduate Certificate Program in; 463
Guidelines; 83, 204
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 70, 527
Harder House Roof Repair; 576, 580
Harris 220 Computing System; 296
Health & P. E. Building Repair & Refinish, Hardwood Floors; 580
Honeywell Computer; 294
Intercollegiate Athletics; 430
Ione Plaza Apartments; 188
Lincoln Hall Rehabilitation; 427
Long-Range Development Plan; 187
Mechanical Engineering, BS Degree in; 299
Millar Library Addition; 528
Millar Library Roof Repair; 576
NOVA 3/12 Minicomputer; 296
Ondine Residence Hall; 125, 193
Park Apartments; 188
Parking Structure III Addition; 233, 511, 529
Portland Development Commission, Release Deed Restrictions; 627
Portland Student Services; 121, 189, 289
Professional Schools Building, Phase I (Education) ; 284, 512
Professional Schools Building, Phase II; 638
Professional Schools Building, Phase II (Business Administration) ; 375, 526, 527
PSU/Lewis & Clark Program in Public Administration; 90, 211
Recreation & Sports Facilities; 376, 529, 607
Safety Deficiency Corrections; 70
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Lincoln Hall) ; 233, 647
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Science II Remodel for Laboratories for DEQ & Health Division; 526
Shattuck Hall, Computer Center Alterations; 390
Sidewalk Replacement, S. W. Broadway; 580
Sidewalk Replacement between Shattuck & Campus Safety; 580
Sidewalk Replacement, 10th Avenue; 576, 580
Smith Memorial Center Remodel, Phase II; 375, 513, 529, 649
Sports Facility, Opposition to; 241
Street Lighting Improvements; 648
Students from Washington to Enroll at PSU; 407, 550
Vancouver, Washington, Area Upper-Division Students to Enroll as Residents; 277, 407, 423

President's Report; 241, 340, 507, 581
Princeton University; 365
Professional School Tuition Increase to 17.5% WICHE Rate; 151
Program Stabilization; 11
Programs in Business & Management in OSSHE; 35
Providence Medical Center; 494
Public Broadcasting Act of 1967; 453
Public Broadcasting Financing Act of 1975; 453
Public Broadcasting Service; 454
Public Contract Review Board; 136
Public Employees Retirement Board; 401
Public Telecommunications Financing Act of 1978; 453

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Quasi-Endowment funds; 658

R...R...R...R...R...

Ragen, Roberts, O'Scannlain, Robertson & Neill, Bond Attorneys; 543
Ramsay, Dale, Construction Co. ; 60, 62, 383, 384, 392
Reciprocity Agreement between Oregon & Washington for Student Exchange; 550, 407
Residence Classification of Federal Service Personnel; 436
Residence Hall Charges, 1979-80; 238, 315
Resolution Authorizing Filing Applications for Grant Funds for Energy Conservation; 614
Resolution, Bonds, Building, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1979A, $7, 500, 000; 439, 544
Resolution, Bonds, Building, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1980A, $6,465, 000; 672
Resolution, Bonds, Community College & Education Center, State of Oregon, Series 1979C, $4,755,000; 448, 547
Resolution, Bonds, Facilities, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1979B, $7,000,000; 444, 545
Resolution, Bonds, Facilities, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Series 1980B, $5,430,000; 676
Resolution, Classified Information, OSU; 280
Retirement Contributions, State System Employees, to be Paid by SBHE; 401
Room & Board Rates; 326
Ross Electric, Inc. ; 225

S...S...S...S...S...

S. D. S. Lumber Co. ; 385
SRG Partnership, P. C. ; 64, 65, 507, 652
SRI International; 609
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase III; 527, 528
Salary Adjustments; 340
Salary Increase Funds Appropriation; 414
Salem Public Schools; 365
San Jose State University; 292
Schiewe, E. Carl, Inc. ; 514
Scholarship Programs for Foreign Students; 530
Schommer, A. C., & Sons, Inc. ; 647
Seattle 1st National Bank, Alex Brown & Sons & Rauscher Pierce Refines, Inc. ; 544, 545, 547
Settergren, Gene H., Contractor; 237
Shrine, Imperial Council of the; 135
Sims Electric of Medford, Inc. ; 234, 378
Skidmore, Owings & Merril, Architects; 172, 189, 373
Small Business Center; 151
Smith, David Blair, Architect; 375
Soil & Plant Laboratory, Inc. ; 234, 378
Southern African Countries, Divest Holdings in, Legal Action Costs; 150

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Athletic Department Audit; 659
Biology Greenhouse Facility; 173
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 561
Churchill Hall Partial Reroofing; 579
Churchill Hall Steam Main Replacement; 73
Drama Laboratory (Theater) ; 527
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
SOSC Foundation; 104,108, 117, 174
Gerontology Program; 499
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 71, 527, 528
Honeywell Delta 2000 Computer; 235
Incidental Fee Rate Study; 425
Incidental Fee Violations; 435
Jarvis Property Purchase; 29
KSOR Application for Translator Stations; 574
KSOR Listeners Guild; 574
Library Building Rood Repair; 579
Long-Range Development Plan; 71, 175, 611
McMullen Property Purchase; 394
McNeal Hall Roof Repair; 576, 579
Music Building, Revision of Mechanical System within Recital Hall; 579
Parking Improvements; 529
President's Residence Refurbishing; 74
Program Stabilization; 11
Recreation Facilities (Tennis Courts) ; 72
Regional Services Institute; 554
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Fire Alarm Monitoring & Ventilation Shutdown Control) ; 378
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527, 528
Taylor Hall Rehabilitation; 579
Utility & Energy Conservation Improvements (Heating Plant Interconnection & Metering) ; 73, 234
Utility Improvements (Chilling) ; 527, 529

Southern Pacific Railroad Co. ; 280
Special Student Programs; 75
Staff Fee; 427
State Advisory Council for Career & Vocational Education; 214
State Commission on the Blind; 156
State Composition Advisory Committee; 364
State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation; 156
State Health Coordinating Council; 150
State Scholarship Commission; 154, 532
State System/Community College Coordinating Committee; 369
Steel, J. B., Inc. ; 72
Student Charges, Differentials; 239
Student Exchange Programs with Washington; 550
Student Financial Access to State Institutions; 389
Student Housing Report, Fall Term, 1978; 121, 123
Student Housing, Self-Supporting Concept for; 339
Student Loans, National Direct & Health Professions, 1979-1981; 420
Stukel Rock & Paving Co. ; 381
Summer Session Fee Book, 1979; 181, 243
Sunset Fuel Co. ; 237, 513
Supplements to Board Minutes; 123, 243

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Teacher Education Programs, Review of; 194, 355
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 214, 356, 603
Teacher Supply & Demand; 603
Teaching Research Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 565
Tektronix; 306, 630
Test for Standard Written English; 552, 586
Thompson, Philip, Architect; 375, 513, 649
Timmer, C. W., Associates, Inc. ; 56, 520
Transcript Fee Increase ; 151, 427
Travel Reduction; 407
Treasure Valley Community College; 591
Tuition & Fees, 1979-80; 238
Tuition & Fees, 1979-80; 424
Tuition Issues; 51,238

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UMA Engineers, Inc. ; 230
Umpqua Sand & Gravel, Inc. ; 230
U. S. Administration on Aging; 475
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 180
U. S. Council on Wage & Price Stability; 325
U. S. Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications & Information Administration; 397, 574
U. S. Department of Defense, Classified Information, OSU; 280
U. S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare; 167, 526, 661
U. S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare, Educational Broadcasting Facilities Program; 30, 453
U. S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; 290
U. S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation; 15
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency; 225
U. S. News & World Report; 41
U. S. Office of Education, Corporation for Public Broadcasting; 31, 137
U. S. Veterans Administration Hospital; 494
University of Illinois; 93, 190

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Affirmative Action Compliance Committee Report; 148
Allen, Friendly, Fenton & Chapman Hals. Handicapped Accessibility; 522
Alumni Center; 528
Amazon Apartments; 132
Amazon Tenants Association; 289
Architecture & Allied Arts Building, Addition & Alterations; 638
Beekman Estate Property Sale; 394
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 557
Cambell, Susan, Hall, Handicapped Accessibility; 652
Carson Hall Remodel; 529
College of Business Administration, Report on Future of College of Business Administration; 39
College of Education, Addition & Alterations; 63, 231
College of Education, Addition & Alterations, Phase I (Building "B" Attic Remodel) ; 651
Collier House, Handicapped Accessibility; 652
Computer Equipment Replacement; 644
Computing Center, Prince Lucien Cambell Hall, Erb Memorial Union & ROTC Buildings, Handicapped Accessibility; 522
Curricular Adjustments; 463, 634
Deady & Villard Halls, Handicapped Accessibility; 522
Digital Equipment Corp. ; 645
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
Eugene Sand & Gravel Co. ; 133
UO Foundation; 102, 107, 111
Friends of the Museum; 102
Gerlinger Hall & Gerlinger Annex, Handicapped Accessibility; 652
Gerontology, Baccalaureate & Certificate Program in; 463
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 522, 527, 528, 652
Hendricks Hall, Handicapped Accessibility; 652
IBM 360/50; 645
Institute for Land Use Research Discontinued; 277
International Studies, BA in; 634
Johnson Hall, Handicapped Accessibility; 652
Law School Application Fee; 432
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 26
Library Addition; 528
McArthur Court & Esslinger Hall (& Leighton Pool), Main Science Geology, Volcanology, Handicapped Accessibility; 521
Museum of Art, Improved Security, Storage & Climate Control; 27
Music Society; 102
Northwest Review; 102
Off-Campus University Center; 528
Old Oregon; 102
Program Stabilization; 11
Roof Repairs, Including Chancellor's Residence; 542
Roof Repairs, Various Buildings; 576, 579
Safety Deficiency Corrections (Carson Hall Fire Protection Systems) ; 522, 653
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Institute of Marine Biology, Charleston, Sanitary Sewer Improvements) ; 230
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Science Complex) ; 373
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Lawrence Hall/North Sites Arts Building, Electrical Work) ; 524
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Susan Cambell & Hendricks Halls) ; 228
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527, 528
Safety Deficiency Corrections (University Inn Fire Protection Systems) ; 522, 654
School of Architecture & Allied Arts Addition & Alterations; 525, 526, 527
Sports & Recreation Improvements (Playing Fields) ; 133, 374, 528, 650
Student Union Facilities Rehabilitation; 529
University Inn Remodel; 529
Utility Improvements (Steam Service) ; 527, 528
Westmoreland Village; 122
Wilkinson House; 185
Writing Project; 365

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER:

Animal Farm Water System Replacement; 580
Baird Hall Modifications to Electrical vault; 580
Basic Science Building, Alterations (Hood Isolation for Energy Conservation) ; 528
Basic Science Building, Roof Replacement; 580
Basic Science Classroom & Laboratory Building, 6th Floor Hot Water Pipe Replacement; 278, 390, 542, 576, 580
Budget, 1979-80; 421, 556, 564
Campus Visitation; 405
Clinical Laboratory Building, Mini-Computer System Installation; 64
Clinical Lab/Outpatient Clinic Remodel & Improvement; 67, 408, 529
Crippled Children's Division Budget, 1979-80; 556, 572
Crippled Children's Division Budget, 1979-1981; 420
Dental Clinics Budget, 1979-1980; 556, 573
Dental Clinics Budget, 1979-1981; 420
Dental Sciences Building, Repair of Structural Leak; 542
Equipment & Library Book Acquisitions; 12
UOHSC Foundation; 104, 109, 120
Funding Deficiencies; 10
Gaines Hall Chimney Removal & Roof Modifications; 580
Gerontology Program; 499
Griffin, James P., Scholarship; 290
Griffin, Jane R., Estate of, Sale of Property; 290
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 233, 527, 528
Harsh, Evelyn Treinies, Estate Property, Sale of; 187, 292, 374, 393, 510,
Hospital Charges; 183
Indirect Costs; 10
Kasonic & Associates, Inc., Report on Physician Manpower & Training; 149
Katherine Hall; 135
Knowlton, Richard P., Estate of, Sale of Property; 291, 511
Mackenzie Estate Property Sale; 407
Mackenzie Hall Electrical Distribution Improvements; 580
Mackenzie Hall Replacement of Exterior Windows; 580
Nursing School Salary Budget Increased; 310
Oregon Foundation for Dental Research & Development; 104, 109
Outpatient Clinic Building, Pharmacy Relocation within; 67, 408, 656
Poison Control Center; 154, 554
Presentation; 405
Research Building Modifications Ventilation System, Duct Cleaning; 580
Residence Hall Study; 316
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase I (Hospital Fire Protection System) ; 69
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Modifications within 7 Buildings) ; 67
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase II (Storeroom Facilities) ; 67
Safety Deficiency Corrections, Phase III; 527
Schools of Medicine & Nursing, Facilities for; 527
Shriner Hospital for Crippled Children; 68, 135, 528
Steinberg Estate Property Sale; 186, 374
Teaching Hospital Budget, 1979-1981; 420
University Hospital Budget, 1979-80; 556, 571
University Hospital North & University Hospital South Food Service Facilities Alterations; 508
University Hospital North Clinical Research Center Diet Kitchen Remodel, Phase III; 657
University Hospital North Student Lounge & Locker Areas Relocated within; 409
University Hospital South, Addition & Remodel; 528
Utility Improvements (Steam Phase II) ; 527, 528
Utility Improvements (Water & Electric Systems Phase II) ; 528, 529

University of Portland; 297, 300, 307, 423, 499, 633
University of Southern California, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology; 471
University of Washington; 402, 407, 551
University of Washington, Institute on Aging; 475
University of Wisconsin; 93
Unthank Seder Poticha; 522

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Vancouver, Washington, Upper-Division Students from, at PSU; 277
Vice President's Report; 402
Vos, Clarence, Plumbing, Inc. ; 523

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W. E. Group, P. C., Architects; 233, 522, 647
Walla Walla Community College; 550
Washington, State of, Exchange of Students with Oregon; 407, 550
Washington, State of, Tuition Reciprocity with Oregon; 277
Washington State University; 154, 163, 164, 402, 407, 551
Watt, Cloyd R., Construction Co. ; 66, 68, 507, 657
West, Merle, Medical Center; 661
Western Gerontology Society; 464
Weyerhaeuser; 630
WICHE Budget, 1978-79; 12
WICHE Budget, 1979-80; 421
WICHE Gerontology Survey; 478
WICHE Professional School Tuition; 151
WICHE Veterinary Program; 164
Women's Athletics, No Allocation for; 402

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Zaik/Miller, A.I.A., Architects; 27, 233, 511
Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca Partnership, Architects; 226, 516














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