OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1984






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Academic Council; 102, 441
Academic Personnel, Sick Leave Plan for, Administrative Rules Changed; 265
Academic Year Fee Book, Administrative Rules Changed; 210, 232
Adjustment to Base, Biennial Budget 1985-1987; 367
Administrative Rules:

Academic Year Fee Book; 210, 232
Incidental Fee Guidelines and Procedures; 266
Merit Evaluation; 442
Public Contracting Rules; 602
Review; 141, 637
Sabbatical Leaves, University of Oregon Law School; 68
Sick Leave Plan for Academic Personnel; 265
Summer Session Fee Book 1984; 66
Tuition Reciprocity with State of Washington; 417, 471
Vacations; 538
Vehicular Safety Operation & Maintenance Policy; 414
Waiver of Nonresident Tuition & Fees for Students Attending EOSC; 413

Admission Policy, 5%; 625
Admissions Requirements for 1985-1986; 452
Admissions System, Three-tier; 6
Advisory Committee on Educational Travel, Senate Committee on Transportation & Tourism; 414
Advisory Committee on Engineering; 336
Affiliated Organizations, Income & Expenditures; 494
All-Pro Athletic Surfaces, Inc. ; 492, 493, 552
All Pro Turf; 431
American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business; 299
American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education; 9
American Association of University Professors; 568
American Electronics Association; 558
American Funds Group; 589
American Society for Testing and Materials; 263
Amundson Associates, P. C. ; 489
Associated Oregon Industries; 443
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges; 322
Association of Governing Boards, Membership in; 198
Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities; 534
Association of Teacher Educators; 9
Athletic Facilities Consultants, Inc. ; 31, 263, 326, 431, 433, 488
Athletics, Report on; 441, 529, 584
Attorney General's Model Rules; 635
Attorney General's Model Rules on Public Contracting; 601

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Baker & Bortis Construction; 203
Ballot Measure 2, Resolution Opposing; 443, 531, 558
Balzhiser/Hubbard & Associates; 25, 26, 333
Bankers Trust Company; 530
Basic Research Fund Appropriation; 304, 387, 419
Billings, Chris, & Associates, Consulting Engineers; 556
Blue Mountain Community College; 243
Blumenstein, Dean, Construction, Inc. ; 142, 428, 553
Board Meetings, Adjourned Session, (Conference Telephone Call) September 21, 1984; 530
Board Meetings (Regular) :

January 27, 1984; 1
February 24, 1984; 41
March 30, 1984; 95
April 27, 1984; 155
May 25, 1984; 205
June 22, 1984; 264
July 27, 1984; 334
September 21, 1984; 440
October 26, 1984; 532
November 16, 1984; 560
December 14, 1984; 590

Board Meetings (Special) :

April 10, 1984; 153

Board Members, Items from; 39, 71, 141, 198, 59, 434, 529, 584, 638
Board Nominating Committee; 141
Board Officers, Election of; 260
Board's Retreat; 434, 529
Bonding & Equipment Purchases; 269, 297
Bonds, Series 1984A, $3,220,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Building; 480, 530
Bonneville Power Administration's Institutional Buildings Program; 333
Bonneville Power Administration Laboratory; 259
Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolf & Associates; 145
Brown & Caldwell, Engineers; 25
Budget Allocation System (BAS) Model; 11, 101, 193, 206, 335, 446, 605, 648
Budget, 1984-85; 11
Budget, 1985-1987; 237, 269, 284, 305, 342
Budget, 1985-1987, Governor's Recommendations; 594

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CASEERI; 4, 48, 259
California Achievement Test; 577
California Aptitude Test; 534
California Basic Educational Skills Test; 543, 577
Capital Construction & Land Acquisition Program for 1983-1985; 188
Capital Construction, 1985-1987, Governor's Recommendations; 641
Capital Construction Requests for 1985-1987; 162, 269, 274
Capital Construction Requests for 1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 184, 270, 277
Carboline Company; 100
Carson, Bekooy, Gulick & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers; 73, 143
Centralized Activities/Board Budget, 1984-85; 12
Centralized Activities Budget, 1985-1987; 239
Certificate of Distinguished Service Honoring J. I. Hunderup; 598
Certificates of Recognition:

Randal D. Gill; 329
Robert C. Ingalls; 328
Robert W. MacVicar; 585
Louis G. Terkla; 478
Loren L. Wyss; 328

Chancellor's Report; 2, 42, 96, 156, 325, 335, 441, 533, 561
Chilless Nielson, Architects; 28, 554
Christie School; 62
CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION:

Accessibility for handicapped; 283
Article on WOSC-OSU School of Education Merger; 9
Summer Session Enrollment Report; 125

Citicorp Capital Markets Group; 530
City of Portland; 582
Civil Rights Act of 1974; 549
Clarke Electric, Inc. ; 639
College Industrial Park; 137
College of the Siskiyous; 473
Colorado State University; 322, 411
Committee of the Whole; 64, 269
Committee on Finance, Administration, & Physical Plant; 162, 270, 434
Committee on Instruction, Research & Public Service Programs; 39, 48, 57, 198, 558
Committee on Strategic Planning, Board's; 207, 434
Common Fund; 63
Common School Fund; 566
Communications; 72, 435
Communications System; 335
Computer Use Fee; 211
Computing, Academic; 39
Computing, Priorities in Instructional & Research; 48, 51
Confem Company; 201, 427
Consortium Allocations; 96
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Company of Chicago; 530
Continuing Education Budget, 1985-1987; 343
Contracting for Services-Student Stores; 434
Cornell University; 119
Corporate Affiliates (Foundation) ; 494, 508
Corridor Enrollment Funding Biennial Budget, 1985-1987; 397
Corvallis, City of; 340
Council for Advanced Science & Engineering Education/Research for Industry (CASEERI) ; 336, 463
Council for Research Policy Recommendations; 4, 387, 436
Curricular Adjustments; 48, 51, 57, 119, 121, 138, 243, 250, 252, 254, 338, 420, 424, 460, 468, 474, 479, 547, 549, 623

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Degree Lists, Institutional; 537
Division of Continuing Education:

Master of Engineering Degree Formerly Offered; 470
Teacher Education Off-Campus Activities; 9

Drake's Wallcovering & Painting Service; 30, 76, 202, 557
Drexell, Burnham, Lambert, Inc. ; 530

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EMC Engineers; 25, 333, 588
Eastern Oregon, Economic Development Tour of; 568

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Ackerman Gymnasium, Replacement of Doors in; 209
Ackerman Hall Remodeling; 186
Agricultural Business Management, BS in, Cooperative Program with OSU; 243
Badgley Hall Addition; 184
Baker Off-Campus Center Lease; 297, 374
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 307
Campus Main Access Roads Resurfacing; 209
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 166, 168
1987-1989 to 1989-1991; 184, 186

Computer Science, BA/BS Degree in; 254, 487
Curricular Adjustments; 243, 254
"E" Avenue Extension, Deeding Property to City of La Grande for; 341
Electrical Distribution System Upgrading; 639
Eocene Court; 37
Foundation; 506
Handicapped, Remove Access Barriers for; 166, 170, 188, 274, 642
Humanities Building; 168, 170, 277
Humanities Building/Art Center,

Phase I; 188, 271
Phase II; 184, 277

Hunt Hall; 374
Inlow Hall Rehabilitation/Remodel; 184, 277
Inlow Hall Roof Repairs; 209
Library Mezzanine Addition; 166, 170, 188, 274, 642
Nonresident GPA Requirement Lowered; 453
Parking Lot Improvements; 168, 170, 281
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Plant Services Warehouse; 184, 277, 281
Quinn Coliseum Roof Repairs; 209
Roads, Gutters, Curbs, Landscape Rehabilitation; 186, 277, 281
Rural Education Development Center; 120
Sale of Surplus Land; 341
Science Building Addition; 277
Science Greenhouse; 168, 170, 188, 272, 277
Stadium; 189, 432
Waiver of Nonresident Tuition & Fees for Students Attending, Administrative Rules Changed; 413

Economic Development Administration; 424
Edgefield Lodge Treatment Center; 60
Education & General Facilities Maintenance & Repair-Guidelines, Internal Management Directive; 482
Engineering Education, Need for; 7, 64, 72, 134, 259
Enrollment Change, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget Adjustments; 269, 313
Enrollment Increase 1984-85; 603
Enrollment Projections; 14, 96, 533
Entrance Requirements, Secondary School Survey of Implementation of; 71
Evaluation of Presidents; 441
Executive Session; 141, 559, 603
Executive Sessions, Media Coverage of; 198

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Facilities Maintenance, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget Request; 269, 290, 375
Faculty Excellence Awards, Legislative; 2, 72, 569
Faculty Salaries by Rank, 1983-84 Average, Oregon State System Institutions & Their Comparison Groups; 568
Faculty Salary Adjustment for 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 269, 285
Fee Income Overrealized, 1984-85; 603
Fee Schedule for 1984-85; 603
Fletcher/Finch/Farr & Associates, Architects; 556
Fletcher/Finch/Farr/Ayotte; 556
Foster & Marshall/American Express; 530
Franzen, Patrick H. & Associates; 492
Fred Meyer Trust; 97

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Garfield, Richard F., AIA, Architect; 200, 258, 490, 586
Gates Force Account Work; 428
Gift, Grant, and Contract Income; 494, 505, 507
Goals for State Board of Higher Education; 529, 561, 584
Gold, W. Alan, Mechanical Engineer; 74
Gordon, Beard, Grimes, Bahls & Domreis, Architects; 31, 326
Graham, James D., & Associates, Inc. ; 26, 74, 491
Grants & Contracts, Internal Management Directive; 636
Greenough, Quentin, Inc. ; 260, 494
Guaranteed Student Loan Program; 566
Guthrie Slusarenko Leeb, Architects; 64, 262, 489

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Hacker, Thomas, Designer; 200
Handicapped, Remove Access Barriers for; 274
Harvey & Price Company; 260
Health Service Fees ; 210, 218
Hearings Officers; 635
HEGIS Disciplines; 103
Helsinki University; 421
Heritage Insurance Company of America; 100
High School Marketing Program; 141
High Technology Consortium; 96
Hollenbeck, Tom, dba Four Winds Roofing Service; 100

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Idaho Board of Education; 259
Incidental Fee Guidelines & Procedures, Administrative Rules Changed; 266
Incidental Fee Negotiations; 40, 71, 198
Incidental Fees; 211, 218
Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory; 321, 409
Indiana University; 104, 610
Institutional Degree Lists; 537
Institute on Executive Management; 441
Institution Specific Improvements, Biennial Budget 1985-1987; 388
Instruction Fee Policy, Biennial Budget; 1985-1987; 391
Instruction Fees; 210, 217, 269, 291
Instructional Computing, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 269, 298, 381
Instructional Equipment, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 379
Instructional Equipment Program Improvement Request, 1985-1987; 269, 310
Intercollegiate Athletics; 198, 591, 592, 644
Internal Management Directives:

Education & General Facilities Maintenance an Repair-Guidelines; 482
Grants and Contracts; 636
Interinstitutional Advisory Committees; 633

International Trade Administration, U. S. Department of Commerce; 20
Investment Report; 63
Items from Board Members; 39, 71, 141, 259, 434, 529, 584, 638

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Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias, Architects; 142, 428, 553
Joint Boards Committee on Teacher Education; 39, 260, 529, 569, 570, 580, 584
Joint Committee on High School-College Connection; 71, 434
Joint Committee, State Board of Higher Education, State Board of Education, Educational Coordinating Commission; 157, 260

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Kansas State University; 102, 322, 411, 606

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La Grande, City of; 341
Land Acquisitions; 168, 188, 189, 274, 276, 642, 643
Lee, Ruff & Associates; 333
Legislature, 1983:

Research Policy, Act of 1983 (S. B. 356); 304
Role of Student Governments in Determining Budgets Supported by Incidental Fees; 266
Self-liquidating Bonds, Equipment Purchases, OHSU; 297
Senate Bill 356, Basic Research Fund; 4
Ways & Means Committee; 208

Libraries; 39, 269, 301
Library Automation & Acquisitions, Biennial Budget 1985-1987; 384

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MFIA, Inc. ; 639
Markman, Inc. ; 27
Marquess & Associates; Inc. ; 433, 587
Martin/Matteson, AIA; 425, 588
Martin/Soderstrom/Matteson Architects P. C. ; 47, 146, 341, 425
Mason Estimating Service, Inc. ; 144
McCartney-Johnson, General Contractors; 28, 489, 554
Merle West Medical Center; 137
Michigan State University; 104, 610
Monsanto Company; 262, 429
Monti's Construction; 202, 557
Moreland/Unruh/Smith P. C. ; 444
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York; 530
Mott, C. S., Foundation; 425
Murdock Foundation; 466
Murdock, M. J., Charitable Trust ; 283

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National Architectural Accrediting Board; 283
National Association of Child Care Work Associations; 61
National Association of College & University Business Officers; 102, 606
National Association of State Racing Commissioners; 119
National Association of State Universities & Land-Grant Colleges; 289
National Bureau of Standards; 263
National Center for Higher Education Management Systems; 102, 606
National Collegiate Athletic Association; 591
National Endowment for the Humanities; 621, 622
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 429, 641
National Science Foundation; 466
National Technical University System; 96
New Building Operation & Maintenance; 269, 296, 373
Nonresident GPA Requirements Lowered at Portland State University & Eastern Oregon State College; 453
Northwest Area Foundation; 120
Northwest Interinstitutional Council on Study Abroad; 214

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Office of Facilities Planning Workload; 599
Office of School Relations; 156
Ohio State University; 104, 119, 610
Oklahoma State University; 104
OmniSport International; 431, 492, 493
Open Meetings Law, Proposed Changes in; 198
Oregon Arts Foundation; 426, 588
Oregon Association of Child Care Workers; 60
Oregon College Guide; 156
Oregon-Columbia Chapter of Associated General Contractors; 582
Oregon Department of Energy; 25, 333, 588
Oregon Department of Justice; 325
Oregon Economic Development Department; 568
Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission; 6, 47, 134, 140, 157, 206, 260, 417, 473, 529, 533, 561, 570

"Charting the Course" ; 561
Task Forces to Develop Statement of Goals & Objectives for Education in Oregon; 8, 23, 206
Report; 561

Oregon Education Subcommittee of the American Electronics Association; 463
Oregon Electric Construction, Inc. ; 463
Oregon Graduate Center; 336, 338, 464
Oregon Graduate Center Consortium Request; 96

OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY:

Basic Sciences Building Addition; 185
Basic Sciences Building Addition (Planning) ; 167, 178, 188
Basic Sciences Building Addition (Planning Only) ; 274, 279, 642
Basic Science Building, Repair or Replace Roof; 209
Biomedical Information Communication Center; 167, 179, 271, 272, 275, 643
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 308, 540
Campus Master Planning; 167, 178, 188, 274, 276, 642, 643
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 167, 169
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 185, 187

Central Warehouse; 169, 179, 279
Clinical Laboratory Building 3rd Floor renovation; 146
Consulting Services, Mechanical Engineering; 556
Consulting Services on Minor Capital Improvements; 333
Crippled Children's Division Budget 1985-1987; 239, 308, 343
Crippled Children's Division Request for Funds to State Emergency Board; 23
Dental Clinics Budget; 1985-1987; 239, 308, 343
Dental Clinics Relighting & Ventilation; 74
Dental School Building, Fire Protection & Building Code Compliance; 492
Dental School 1st Floor Roof Enclosure; 167, 178, 188, 274, 492, 642
Executive Consultants Group, Inc. ; 541
Eye Center; 272, 276, 643
Handicapped, Remove Access Barriers for; 167, 179, 188, 274, 642
High Technology & Economic Development Program Improvement Requests 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 310
Hospital Rehabilitation & Alterations Projects; 185, 187
Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research; 73, 160, 188, 297, 325, 555
Instructional Center; 187, 279, 282
Liles Estate Property Sale; 444, 587
Mackenzie Hall, Repair or Replace Roof; 209
Mackenzie Hall, Replace Windows, Phase I; 209
Medical Research Building Fume Hood Isolation Project; 27
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Scanner Facility; 167, 180, 272
Omnibus Remodel & Addition, Phase I; 169, 179
Omnibus Remodel, Phase II; 185, 279
Omnibus Remodel, Phase III; 187, 279
Ophthalmology Center; 167, 180
Outpatient Clinic Medical Records Department Renovation; 556
Overseers; 506
Pedestrian Bridge; 167, 180, 272, 276, 643
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Physical Plant/Motor Pool ; 187, 279
Roadway Repaving & Repair, General; 209
Roubinek, Malinda M., Estate of; 21
Safety Deficiency Correction Program, Phase III-B; 185, 279
Salary Adjustments for 1984-85, House Staff; 445
School of Nursing Building; 185, 271, 274, 279, 642
School of Nursing Building (Planning Only) ; 167, 179
Student Activities Building Addition; 185, 282
University Hospital & Clinics Rehabilitation & Alteration Project; 167, 180, 189, 276, 282, 643
University Hospital Budget;, 1985-1987; 239, 343, 395, 540
University Hospital Equipment Purchases; 167, 179
University Hospital North Emergency Room Radiology Area Renovation; 28, 554
University Hospital South, A/B Wing Ventilation Study; 73
University Hospital South, 1st Floor Renovations; 64, 262, 489
University Hospital South, 10A Nursing Unit Remodel; 145
University Hospital South, 10B Ophthalmology Renovations; 200, 258, 490, 586
Utility Long-Range Plan/Rehabilitation; 188, 189
Utility Systems Upgrade:

Phase I ; 167, 178, 274, 276, 642, 643
Phase II ; 185, 279, 282
Phase III ; 187, 279, 282

Oregon High School Graduates, Survey of; 535
Oregon Higher Education Price Index; 285

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Athletic & Recreational Facilities; 135
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 308
Campus Boundaries Expansion; 136
Campus Roads Resurfacing; 209
Capital Construction Request for:

1985-1987; 167, 169
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 186, 187

Classroom Laboratory Building; 167, 182, 186, 187, 190, 271, 274, 642
College Union Building Addition; 135
College Union Kitchen Steam System; 433
Curricular Adjustments; 138
Development Foundation; 506
Engineering Drafting Technology, Discontinuance of AE Degree in; 138
Engineering Technologies & Industrial Management Programs at PSU; 136
Enrollment Limitation Raised (1982) ; 135
Geothermal Waste Water Collection System; 186, 279, 282
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 135
High Technology & Economic Development Program Improvement Request 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 310
Library (Learning Resources Center) ; 135
Location, Klamath Falls or Portland, Questioned by OECC; 7
Long-Range Development Plan; 136
Master Plan for Physical Development; 134, 489
Mission Statement; 136
Outdoor Activity Area:

Phase I ; 186, 282
Phase II ; 187, 282

Parking Improvements; 135, 187, 282
Physical Education & Recreation Building:

Phase I ; 169, 182, 282
Phase II ; 186, 282

Physical Education Building, Swimming Pool in; 135, 203
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Recreation Facilities (All-Weather Track & Tennis Courts) ; 31, 189, 326, 433, 480, 488
Rehabilitation, Remodeling & Renovations Projects; 169, 183
Snell Hall Addition; 169, 183, 279
Strategic Plan; 136
Tennis Courts Addition; 187, 282
Utility Improvements-Tunnel Extensions & Heat Exchangers; 167, 182, 188, 189, 274, 276, 642
Utility Tunnels; 135

Oregon International Council; 58
Oregon Investment Council; 141
Oregon Mathematics Education Council; 71
Oregon Police Academy; 35
Oregon Public Health Laboratory; 321
Oregon Racing Commission; 120
Oregon State Board of Education; 260
Oregon State Emergency Board; 23, 27, 29, 43, 96, 97, 98, 100, 139, 158, 159, 161, 200, 202, 319, 326, 330, 408, 427, 494, 557, 582, 631
Oregon State Historical Preservation Office; 202
Oregon State Public Health Division; 321, 410

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Advanced Science & Technology Institute; 48
Agricultural Business Management, BS in, Cooperative Program with EOSC; 243
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 506
Agricultural Experiment Station Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 308, 343
Agricultural Research Foundation; 506
Agriculture Science II; 184, 277
Beaver Club; 22, 97
Beight Property Purchase; 98
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 306
Byrne, John V., Appointed President; 153
Capital Construction Requests for 1985-1987; 166, 168

1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 184, 186

Center for the Humanities Established; 621
Central Oregon Agricultural Research Facility; 277, 280
Coed Cottage; 373
College of Veterinary Medicine, Transfer of Emperuer Estate Funds to; 537
Communications Media Building; 168, 172, 277
Computer Science Building Rehabilitation; 166, 172, 271, 272, 274, 642
Computer Sciences, Consortium Priority for; 96
Cooperative Extension Service Budget; 1985-1987; 239, 308, 343
Crop Science Building Addition; 168, 172, 188, 271, 277
Curricular Adjustments; 48, 119, 243, 250, 338, 468, 623
Dearborn Hall Remodel, Phase I; 161, 427
Dixon Aquatic Facility; 184, 281
Education Hall Rehabilitation; 184
Electrical & Computer Engineering & Computer Science Ph. D. Program with Tektronix; 468
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Building; 164, 271, 274, 642
Emperuer, Edmond, Estate; 537
Engineering Facility Improvements, Apperson Addition; 186
Engineering Facility Improvements-Graf Hall; 186, 277
Engineering Research Facility I (Wave Tank) ; 184, 277, 280
Engineering Research Facility II (Wind Tunnel) ; 186, 277, 280
Engineering Research Facility III (Energy) ; 186, 277, 280
Engineering Research Facility IV (Paving) ; 186, 277, 281
Fairbanks Hall Rehabilitation; 184, 277
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 538
Forest Research Laboratory Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 308, 343
Foundation; 22, 97, 98, 260, 505, 506, 622
Gill Coliseum Additions & Alterations; 22, 97, 143, 200, 260, 297
Handicapped, Remove Access Barriers for; 166, 172, 188, 274, 373, 642
Hatfield Marine Science Center Housing; 166, 173, 272, 276, 643
High Technology & Economic Development Program Improvement Requests, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 310
Human Development Laboratory; 184, 277
Humanities & Social Science, Phase I; 186, 277
Jaquet, Amelia B., Trust; 536
Kidder Hall Reroofing; 209
Langton Hall, Energy Audit; 25
Langton Hall Rehabilitation; 184, 277, 281
Langton Hall, Repair or Replace Shower Systems; 209
Liberal Arts Instructional Building; 188, 272
Magruder Hall Construction; 537
Milam Hall Rehabilitation; 168, 172
Milne Computer Center Addition; 184, 277
Nash Hall Roof Repairs; 47
National Forage Seed Research Center; 188, 443
Northwest Studies, Undergraduate Certificate in; 250
Oregon Productivity Center; 424
OSU-WOSC School of Education Merger; 9
Parker Stadium Artificial Turf Replacement; 429, 492, 552
Ph. D. Program at Tektronix, Off-Campus; 338
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Physical Plant Shops/Offices; 186, 277, 281
Plant Maintenance, Supplemental Allocation of Funds for; 47
President Emeritus, Appointment of Robert MacVicar as; 533
Presidential Search Committee; 40, 47, 141
Russian Studies, Undergraduate Certificate in; 623
Russian Studies, BA Degree in, Discontinued; 623
Safety Deficiency Correction Program A; 166, 171, 188, 174, 642
Safety Deficiency Correction Program B; 168, 173, 188, 189, 272
Sheep Research Facility; 277
S. W. 35th Street Improvements (City) ; 184, 277, 281
Snell Hall Fifth Floor Remodel; 536
Snell Hall Remodel, Phase I; 142, 168, 173, 297, 373, 428
Snell Hall Remodel, Phase II; 158, 553
Steel Water Service Line, Replacement; 209
Stillinger, J. R. & Lois, Property Use Restriction Granted; 339
Strand Agricultural Hall Rehabilitation; 184
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service Grant; 443
Utility Improvements-Sewer Separation, (Construction) ; 184, 186, 277, 288

(Planning) ; 184, 277, 281

Veterinary Center for Drug Research & Reference Testing; 119
Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Fee & Budget Policy; 269, 319, 408

Request for Funds, Emergency Board; 139, 319, 408

Veterinary Research Laboratory Alterations; 200, 551
Water Piping Replacement (Withycombe, Milam, Nash & Rogers Halls) ; 143
Weniger Hall, Reglazing Greenhouse; 209
Weniger Hall Remodeling for Environmental Health Sciences Center-

Cell Culture Facility Mass Spectrometry Facility; 99, 330, 493, 638

Weniger Hall Repair Drain Lines; 47, 209
Western Boulevard Improvements-Oak Creek East (City) ; 184, 277, 281
Western Boulevard Improvements-Oak Creek West (City) ; 166, 171, 271, 274, 642
Wilkinson Hall Addition; 184, 277
Women's Building, Energy Audit; 25
Women's Building Rehabilitation; 184, 277
Women's Building Roof Repairs; 47

Oregon Student Employment Program; 567
Oregon Student Lobby; 40, 266, 414
OREGONIAN Editorial on University of Oregon Advertising Campaign; 40

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Pastine, Albert, Architect; 159, 331, 550
Pence/Kelly Construction, Inc. ; 144
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay, 1983-1985; 208
Planning Activities, Report on; 39, 71
Portland Advisory Committee for Engineering Education; 463
Portland Council of Teaching Hospitals; 445
Portland Fire Marshall; 492
Portland Meadows Race Track; 120

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Center; 187, 279, 282
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 306
Campus Visitation by Board; 157
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 167, 169
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 185, 187

Center for High Technology; 373
Central European Studies Center, Discontinued; 549
Consortium Request; 96
Curricular Adjustments; 338, 460, 474, 549
Division of Continuing Education Building Addition; 187, 279
Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ph. D. in; 460
Engineering & Computer Science Laboratories; 271, 274, 642
Foreign Trade & Commerce Institute; 164
Foundation; 506
Health & Physical Education Building Annex; 187, 279
High Technology & Economic Development Program Improvement Requests, 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 310
International Studies, BA in; 474
International Trade & Commerce Institute; 20, 58, 535
Latin American Studies Center, Discontinued; 549
Library East Rededication & Remodel; 185, 282
Lincoln Hall Rehabilitation; 167, 181, 188, 272, 274, 642
Millar Library Addition; 167, 181, 188
Millar Library-Second Addition; 185, 274, 279, 642
Neuberger Hall Remodel; 187, 279
Nonresident GPA Requirement Lowered; 453
Northwest Race & Desegregation Assistance Center, Discontinued; 549
Ondine; 35
Parking Structure #3, Phase I; 582
Ph. D. Program in Electrical & Computer Engineering; 338
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Portland Center for Advanced Technology; 631
Professional Schools Building; 167, 284

Phase II ; 164, 181, 188, 274, 642
Phase III ; 185, 279

Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute, Discontinued; 621
Regional Research Institute for Human Services; 620
Rehabilitation & Research Training Center; 620
Science I, Overhaul Chiller & Replace Coils Within; 209
Science Building III; 169, 182, 279
Science Building III Addition; 187, 279
Student Housing Building; 169, 181, 282
Student Housing Rehabilitation, Phase II; 185, 282
Tennis Courts Cover, Rehabilitation & Expansion; 29, 144, 189, 480
Water Services Building; 190, 283, 631

Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 35
Post-Baccalaureate Student Fee Policy; 214
Presidents, Evaluation of; 441, 568
President's Report; 330, 434, 529, 558, 585
Producers Price Index; 284
Program Improvement Requests 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 306
Public Contract Review Board; 581
Public Contracting, Model Rules; 581
Public Contracting Rules, Administrative Rules; 601
Public Contracting Rules, Administrative Rules Change; 602
Purchase of Educational Services from Independent Colleges; 566
Purdue University; 321, 409

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Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 330, 638
Rankin, McMurry, VavRosky & Doherty; 530
Rasco-Kirschbaum & Associates; 333
Rehabilitation, Remodeling & Renovation; 168, 188, 274, 642
Reich, Broughton & Sohm, Inc. ; 536
Remedial Courses, State-supported; 6
Residence Hall & Food Services Contracting; 101
Resolution:

Bonds, Series 1984A, $3,220,000 State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Building; 480
Classified Information, U. S. Department of Defense, OSU; 634
Oregon State Board of Higher Education on the Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission Planning Document; 565

Roth, Raymond, Construction & H. F. Roberts, a Joint Venture; 331, 550
Rounds, Donal P., AIA; 30, 75, 76, 201, 556

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SRG Partnership, P. C. ; 640
Scientific Sports Congress; 434
Scudder Funds, The; 589
Semester Calendar; 441
Settecase Smith Doss, Architects; 22, 143, 200, 261
Shearson/American Express; 589
Sick Leave Plan for Academic Personnel, Administrative Rules Changed; 265
Skidmore, Owings & Merril; 134, 203, 327
Soderstrom Architects; 431
Southern Oregon Historical Society; 202, 557

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Art Department Construction & Remodeling; 270
Art Museum; 188
Athletic & Recreational Facilities (Baseball & Playing Field Improvements) ; 168, 175, 270
Britt, Amalia, Estate of; 340
Britt, Peter, Estate Property Excluded from Listing Properties of Historical &/or Architectural Value; 340
Budget, 1984-1985; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 307
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 166, 168
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 184, 187

Central Hall Remodel; 168, 174, 184, 188, 272, 274, 278
Churchill Hall Remodel; 166, 174, 188, 272, 274, 642
Curricular Adjustments; 48, 121, 252
Energy Conservation Study; 187, 278, 281, 588
Foundation; 202, 426, 505, 506
Girls Community Club Building, Medford; 600
Handicapped Learner's Endorsements, Courses at UO; 121
International Studies, BA in; 48, 57, 252
Library Addition & Remodel; 187, 278
McNeal Hall Remodel & Addition; 187, 278, 281
McNeal Hall Roof Repairs; 100
Medford Center Lease; 297, 374, 600
North Campus Recreation & Site Improvements; 270, 276, 281, 643
Omnibus Rehabilitation Project; 187, 278
Parking Improvements (Mountain Avenue) ; 209, 587
Phipps, Mary, Center; 600
Physical Education & Recreation Facilities (Playing Field) ; 184, 278, 281
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Physical Plant Services Facility; 184, 278, 281
Plunkett Center; 202, 557
Recreation Facilities (Racquet & Handball Courts) ; 184, 281
Rehabilitation, Remodeling & Renovation; 168, 175
Schneider Museum of Art; 146, 197, 374, 425, 588
Science-Mathematics-Nursing Building; 187, 278
Siskiyou Commons Addition (Art Department) ; 184, 278
Siskiyou Commons Rededication, Addition & Remodel (Art Department) Related Relocations; 168, 174, 188, 271
Siskiyou Residence Hall; 37
South Heating Plant, Replacement of Tubes in Boiler #2; 209
Stadium; 297, 374
Stevenson Union Energy Conservation & Safety Deficiency Corrections; 166, 174, 191, 270, 281
Susanne Homes Annex Kitchenettes; 187, 281
Swedenburg House Remodel; 30, 75, 188, 201, 556
Swedenburg House Remodel (Phase I) ; 76
Taylor Hall Remodel; 184, 278
Tennis Court Relocation; 187, 278, 281
Utility Improvement (Chilling) ; 166, 173, 188, 189, 274, 276, 642, 643

Sport Install, Inc. ; 492, 493
Sport Installers; 431
Stadiums Unlimited, Inc. ; 432
State Children's Services Division; 60
State Department of Education; 140, 157, 562, 570
State Department of Environment Quality; 582
State Department General Services; 341, 582, 602
State Department of Human Services, Health Division; 23
State Department of Transportation (Highway Division) ; 582
State Historic Preservation Office; 30
State Land Grant Board; 566
State Mental Health Division; 60
State Scholarship Commission; 533, 566
Station Construction, Inc. ; 199
Stowitschek, Mildred, dba Confem Company; 201, 427, 551
Strategic Plan, Goals & Objectives, State System of Higher Education; 584
Student Housing, Fall Term 1983; 31
Student Travel Policies; 198
Summer Session Fee Book 1984, Administrative Rules; 66
Summer Session Fees 1984; 66, 78
Summer Session Report 1982 & 1983; 122, 147,
SuperTurf, Inc. ; 492, 493
Supplements; 147, 436, 644

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Tax Deferred Annuity Plans; 589
Teacher Education Graduates, Placement of; 139, 434
Teacher Education in State System; 569
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 120, 140, 260, 534, 570, 578
Teacher Research Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 308
Teaching Research Division, Parent Training Program; 620
Tektronix Foundation; 338, 464, 468
Todd Building Company; 555
Toward Excellence in Oregon Education; 39
Treasure Valley Community College; 243
Tru-Mix Construction Company; 587
Tuition & Fee Recommendations 1984-85; 210, 219
Tuition reciprocity with State of Washington, Administrative Rule; 417, 471

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Unclassified Salary Adjustments Biennial Budget 1985-1987; 368
U. S. Department of Agriculture; 247
U. S. Department Commerce; 20, 424, 641
U. S. Department of Defense, Industrial Security Manual; 634
U. S. Department of Energy's Institutional Building Grant Program; 333
U. S. Department of Health & Human Services; 555
U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; 549
University of Colorado; 104, 610
University of Illinois; 104, 322, 411
University of Kansas; 102, 606
University of Michigan; 104, 610
University of Missouri; 104, 322, 411, 610

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Adult Education Center; 185, 278, 280
Advanced Science & Technology Institute, UO, OSU; 46, 48
Allen Hall Additions & Alterations; 187, 278
Alumni Center; 185, 278, 280
Amazon Student Housing Complex, Installation of Gutters & Downspouts & Painting Perimeter Buildings; 159, 331, 550
American Studies, BA Degree in; 420, 479
Animal Facilities Additions; 185
Aquatics Facilities Improvements; 185, 278, 281
Architecture & Allied Arts Additions & Alterations (Phase I) ; 167, 175, 188, 272, 274, 276, 283, 435, 642, 643
Architecture & Allied Arts Additions & Alterations (Phase II, Part I) ; 169, 176, 278
Architecture & Allied Arts (Phase II Completion) ; 185, 278
Associated Students Presentation on Underfunding State System Schools; 42
Autzen Stadium Sanitary Sewer Connection:

Phase I ; 198
Phase II ; 332, 430

Autzen Stadium Turf Replacement; 262, 431
Bicycle Facilities Improvements; 189

Phase II ; 185, 281

Biological & Advanced Science Building; 164, 271, 274, 642
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget 1985-1987; 239, 306
Campus Entry & Street System Improvements; 169, 177, 278, 281
Campus Visitation by Board; 10
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 167, 169
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 185, 187

Cellular Biology; 97
Chiller Replacement, Central Heating Plant; 25
College of Education Additions & Alterations (Phase II) ; 185, 278
Computer & Information Science Department Relocation; 185
Computing Center Additions & Alterations; 185, 278
Condon School Acquisition & Alterations; 167, 176, 271, 272, 274, 373, 642
Consulting Services (Engineering) ; 25, 26,
Consulting Services, Minor Maintenance, Repair & Capital Improvement Projects; 144
Curricular Adjustments; 48, 121, 420, 424, 479, 547
Energy Conservation & Cost Savings Projects; 185, 278, 281, 333
Erb Memorial Union Ballroom Level Improvements; 189
Erb Memorial Union Film-Video Center; 169, 178, 281
Foundation; 506
Gilbert Hall Additions; 188
Handball/Racquetball Complex Completion; 185, 278, 281
Handicapped Learner's Endorsement, Courses for SOSC; 121
Handicapped, Modifications to Remove Access Barriers for; 167, 175, 188, 274, 642
Hayward Field Improvements; 189
High Technology & Economic Development Program Improvement Requests for 1985-1987 Biennial Budget; 310
Historic Restoration, Deady & Villard Halls (Phase III) ; 187. 278
Improvement of Various Campus Facilities; 185, 278
Institute of Marine Biology Administrative Building Laboratory Addition; 297, 373
Institute of Marine Biology Improvements; 167, 177, 271, 272, 275, 276, 429, 643
Law Library Addition; 185, 278
Lawerance Hall Alteration; 272
Main Library Addition & Alterations (Planning) ; 167, 269, 176, 188, 274, 278, 642
Museum of Art Addition & Alterations; 185, 278, 280
North Site Arts Facilities Alterations; 272
Northwest Community Education Development Center; 424
Office of Student Advocacy; 472
Optical Science Request of Consortium; 96
Oregon Hall Additions & Alterations; 187, 278
OREGONIAN Editorial on Advertising Campaign; 40
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, Construction & Remodeling of Facilities for; 640
Parking Improvements; 169, 177, 281
Physical Education Instructional Fields Improvements; 185, 278, 281
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay; 208
Rehabilitation of Various Campus Facilities; 169, 176, 188, 271, 278
Renovation, Repair & Rehabilitation Program; 169, 176
Sabbatical Leave, Law School, Administrative Rule Changed; 68
Science Buildings Additions & Alterations; 185, 271, 275, 643
Science East Wing, Repair of Space Frame; 209, 431
Shultz, Roma, Property Purchase; 536
Student Bar Association Presentation on Underfunding State System Schools; 42
Student Health Center Improvements; 169, 178, 281
Student Union Improvements; 480
Talented & Gifted Institute for the Development of Educational Achievement (TAG-IDEA) ; 547
Tuckpointing & Repair Brick/Masonry Exteriors (Library, Johnson, Education-Phase I) ; 209
University Printing Plant Department Relocation; 187, 278
Vice President for Research, Position Established; 4
Villard Hall-Robinson Theater Addition & Alterations; 185, 278

University of Pittsburgh, University of the Future; 335
University of Portland; 336
University of Virginia; 104, 610
University of Washington; 104, 197, 263, 610

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Vacations, Administrative Rule Changed; 539
Vehicular Safety, Operation & Maintenance Policy, Administrative Rule Changed; 414
Vos Plumbing, Inc. ; 332, 430

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Washington, State of, Tuition Reciprocity with, Administrative Rule; 417, 471
Washington State University; 322, 411
Watt, Cloyd R., Construction Company; 586
Watt, Michael J., Inc. ; 74
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Enrollment Forecast; 96
WICHE, Regional Graduate Program; 472

WESTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Administration Building Remodel; 188, 271
Budget, 1984-85; 12
Budget, 1985-1987; 239, 307
Campus Elementary School, Conversion into Instructional Technology Resources Center; 166, 171, 191, 271, 274, 297, 642
Capital Construction Requests for:

1985-1987; 166, 168
1987-1989 & 1989-1991; 184, 186

Clinical & Youth Work, MA/MS in; 57, 60
College Center Remodel; 166, 171, 276, 643
Curricular Adjustments; 9, 48, 57, 60
Development Fund; 505, 506
Educational Media Laboratories; 186, 277
Fine Arts (Phase II) ; 168, 171, 277
Instructional Technical Research Center; 373
International Center for Small Business; 184, 277
Maaske Hall Remodel; 166, 171, 188, 272, 274, 642
Maple Hall Remodel; 184, 277
OSU-WOSC School of Education Merger; 9
Physical Education Building, Roof Repairs on West Wing; 209
Sidewalk Repairs; 209
Utility Improvements (Campus Electric Loop) ; 186

Willamette Research Corridor; 46

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Yost-Grube-Hall, P. C. ; 29, 144

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Zimmer/Gunsul/Frasca Partnership; 73, 325, 555






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