OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1985






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Academic Affairs, Vice Chancellor for; 86
Academic Employees, Fringe Benefits for; 173
Academic Performance Report, New Freshmen, 1983-84, OSSHE; 173
Academic Year Fee Book, Administrative Rules Change; 267
Accreditation Reports; 173
Acker, Greg, Architects; 338, 349
Ad Hoc Committee for Review of OSSHE Tri-Doctoral Program; 298
Administrative Rules:

Academic Year Fee Book; 267
Admission Requirements, Residence Classification & Payment of Student Fees; 238
Affirmative Action Goals; 428, 429
Charging Administrative & Physical Plant Costs to Auxiliary Enterprises; 431
Delegation & Assignment of Responsibility; 431
Delegation to Accept Gifts or Grants; 434
Discrimination Prohibited in All Higher Education Programs, Services, & Inter school Activities; 392
Easements; 393
Employment Assistance to Students; 392
Hospital Charges; 432
Internal Management Directives, Reaffirmation of Policies on Gifts & Grants; 370
Institutional Authority to Establish Fees & Charges; 431
Institutional Responsibilities, Manage Inventions; 435
Institutional Responsibility; 434
Medical, Surgical, Oral Health, Medical, & Dental Clinic Professional Service Fee Schedules; 432
Minority & Women-Operated Business Enterprises in Capital Construction Projects for OSBHE; 387
Procedural Rule for Changes & Additions to Administrative Rules; 356
Professional Consultants, Appointment of; 393
Public Improvements, Pre qualification for; 393
Public Records, Availability of; 356
Real Property Purchases; 393
Receivables, Collection of; 434
Retainage Processing Charges; 358
Sick Leave Plan for Academic Personnel; 45
Summer Session Fee Book 1985; 40
Vehicular Safety, Operation & Maintenance Policy; 433
Vice Chancellor, Executive; 431
WICHE Doctoral Exchange Students, Waiver of Nonresident Instruction Fee; 397

Administrators, Workshop for; 375
Admissions Requirements for 1986-1987; 316
Admission Requirements, Residence Classifications & Payment of Student Fees, Administrative Rules; 428
Affiliate Data Center for U. S. Census Information for Jackson, Josephine, Klamath & Lake Counties; 160
Affirmative Action Goals, Administrative Rules Change; 428
Affirmative Action Statistics; 353, 375
Afseth, Jacob's & Schmitz, Architects; 304
American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business; 103
American Association of State Colleges & Universities; 7
American Association of University Professors; 120, 392
Amundson Associates, P. C. ; 251, 335
Annual Report, OSSHE; 376
Application Fee; 270
Ashland, City of; 159, 252, 344
Athletes, Student , Academic Progress of; 200, 448
Attorney General's Model Rules on Public Contracting; 393
Auxiliary Enterprise & Other Self-Liquidating Debt Service Funds, Other Uses of, Internal Management Directives; 445
Auxiliary Enterprise, Charging Administrative & Physical Plant Costs to, Administrative Rules; 431
Auxiliary Enterprise Housing Occupancy Report; 19

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BAS Model; 221
Baccalaureate Nursing Education in Oregon; 113
baker Construction, Inc.; 255
Balzhiser/Hubbard & Associates; 56
Bank of America NT & SA, & Associates; 256, 258
Blue Mountain Community College; 15
Board Meetings (Conference Telephone Connection) :

April 26, 1985; 141
July 2, 1985; 256

Board Meetings (Regular) :

January 18, 1985; 1
February 15, 1985; 33
March 15, 1985; 81
April 19, 1985; 112
May 17, 1985; 151
June 21, 1985; 196
July 19, 1985; 260
September 20, 1985; 305
October 18, 1985; 351
November 22, 1985; 374
December 20, 1985; 401

Board Meetings (Special) :

June 20, 1985; 180

Board Members, Items from; 16, 109, 139, 173, 254, 372, 399, 453
Board Nominating Committee; 140
Board Officers, Election of; 254
Board Special Committees; 312
Board's Retreat; 350
Boatwright Engineering, Inc. ; 349
Bond Issue, 1982A, Advanced Refunding of; 53
Bonds, Series 1984A, Building, SBHE, Rejected; 246
Bonds, Series 1985A, $6,280,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Building; 165, 246, 256
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,375,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Advance Refunding Bonds; 168, 248
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,575,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Advance Refunding Building; 248
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,925,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Advance Refunding Building; 258
Bonneville Power Administration; 340
Breedlove-McConnel, Architects; 370
Brockmeyer McDonnel, Architects; 52, 137, 304
Broome, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolf & Associates; 50
Budget Allocation System (BAS) Model; 4, 31, 221, 288, 307
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Budget, 1985-87; 205
Business Administration Curricula Report, State System; 172
Building Fee Sinking Fund Resources, Excess; 301

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CASEERI; 10, 120, 128, 142, 156, 163, 200
CBEST in Teacher Education; 356
Calendar, Board's Proposed Modification of, Internal Management Directives; 441
Campus Tours; 110, 266
Capital Construction, 1985-1987:

Governor's Recommendations; 205
Ways & Means Committee Budget; 208

Capital Construction, 1987-1989; 360
Capital Construction Requests for 1985-1987; 106
Carson, Bekoy, Gulick & Associates, Inc. ; 349
Centers of Excellence; 376
Central Oregon Community College; 15
Certificate of Distinguished Service & Designation as Vice Chancellor, Clarethel Kahananui; 185
Certificate of Recognition:

Edward C. Harms, Jr. ; 203
Louis B. Perry; 203
Clifford V. Smith, Jr. ; 201
Linda L. Walling; 202

Chambers, R. A., & Associates, Inc. ; 350
Chancellor, Evaluation of; 313, 353, 377
Chancellor's Report; 2, 34, 82, 152, 197, 261, 306, 352, 375, 402
Chinese Delegation, Visit of; 152
Clackamas Community College; 295
Clark Community College; 295
Commission on Technical Education; 148, 312
Committee of the Whole; 34, 56
Committee on Finance, Administration, & Physical Plant; 98
Committee on Instruction, Research & Public Service Programs; 98, 356
Common Fund; 126
Communications; 350
Comparable Worth Study; 38
Concurrent Enrollment; 270
Confederation of Oregon School Administrators; 139
Corvallis High School; 372
Council on Economic Development; 11
Course Requirements for High Schools; 61
Curricula & Departments-Board Oversight of Higher Education Curricula & Departments, Internal Management Directive; 108
Curricular Adjustments; 34, 82, 99, 101, 103, 113, 129, 290, 322, 353, 382

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Deferred Maintenance, Funding for 1985-86; 348
Delegation & Assignment of Responsibility, Administrative Rules; 431
Devco Engineering, Inc. ; 304
Discrimination Policy; 123, 286
Discrimination Prohibited in All Higher Education Programs, Services, & Inter school Activities, Administrative Rules; 392
Dow Jones Industrials; 126
Drexell, Burnham, Lambert, Inc. ; 256, 258

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Easements, Administrative Rules; 393

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Badgley Gift of Land; 398
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Economic Development in Eastern & Southern Oregon; 10
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 399
Inlow Hall Elevator; 399
No Instruction Fee Increases; 41
Piper, Virginia L., Property Purchase; 345
Regional Services Institute; 13, 156, 159, 163, 227
Street Improvements; 348

Economic Development Department; 160, 353
Economic Development in Southern & Eastern Oregon; 10, 156, 226
Edlund, Paul, FCSI, Architectural Consultant; 19
Education, Secretary of, Comments on Student Financial Aid; 35
Employment Assistance to Students, Administrative Rules; 392
Endowment Fund Performance; 126
Energy Conservation Measures, Authority to File Application; 339
Energy Management Program, State; 346
Engineering Subcommittee Report; 140, 287
Enrollment Limitations; 173, 254, 267
Enrollments, Fall Term 1985; 352, 402
Equal Opportunity, OSSHE; 381
Equity/Fairness Workshop; 286, 353, 381
Eugene Chamber of Commerce; 35
Eugene City Council; 35
Eugene, City of; 34, 92, 363, 365
Eugene's 1983 Six-Point Economic Diversification Program; 88
Evenson Dodge, Inc. ; 246, 248, 256, 258
Executive Committee Report; 312, 353
Executive Session; 82

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Facilities Planning Activities Summary; 137, 178, 255, 304, 370, 399, 453
Faculty Salaries, 1984-85; 120
Faculty Women for Equity; 152
Fairness/Equity Workshop; 350
Federal Department of Commerce; 384
Fee Schedule for 1985-86; 234, 267
Finance Committee Report; 267
Financial Aid to Higher Education; 35, 83
Financial Analyst; 127
Flanagan, Harriet, Appointed to Commission on Nursing; 373
Fletcher Finch Farr Ayotte; 96
Fringe Benefits; 254, 267
Fujian Province, China Delegation to; 376

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Galles, Gil, Roofing Consultant; 399
General Motors Saturn Project; 84
Gifts & Grants, Delegation to Accept, Administrative Rules; 434
Gold, W. Alan, Consulting Engineer; 18
Gordon, Beard, Grimes, Bahls & Domreis; 255
Governor's Commission on High Technology; 372
Governor's Tour of State System Campuses; 122, 152
Graduate Student, Definition of; 269
Grant & Contract Management, Reaffirmation of Policies; 370
Grants & Contracts, Internal Management Directives; 437
Grants & Contracts, Research, Report on; 402
Guaranteed Student Loan Program; 83
Guidelines for College Courses Taught for Credit in High Schools; 234
Guthrie Slusarenko Leeb, Architects; 178, 251
Gym Activities Fee; 270

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Hay Associates; 39
Health Services, Contracting of; 173
Health Service Fees; 269, 272
Hewlett, Jamison, Atkinson & Luey, Architects; 8
High School Admission Requirements; 61
High School/College Connection; 373
High School Students Prospective Enrollment of, Brochure; 306, 372
High Technology & Economic Development ; 206
Hispanic Political Action Committee; 311, 429
Honorary Degrees, Policy in Respect to Awarding; 7
Honeywell Corporation; 86
Hospital Charges, Administrative Rules; 432


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Incidental Fees; 268, 272
Institutional Authority to Establish Fees & Charges, Administrative Rules; 435
Institutional Programs, Internal Reorganization of; 38
Institutional Responsibilities to Manage Inventions, etc., Administrative Rules; 435
Integrated Information System; 85
Integrated Library System; 85
Interinstitutional Faculty Senate; 380
Internal Management Directives:

Auxiliary Enterprise & Other Self-Liquidating Debt Service Funds, Other Uses of; 445
Board Oversight of Higher Education Curricula & Departments; 108
Executive Vice Chancellor, Changes in Title & Functions; 430, 436
Grants & Contracts; 437
Legal Counsel; 436
Plans for Use, Excess Building Fee Debt Service Funds; 445
Recommendations for Modification Campus Boundaries; 441
Real Property, Responsibility for Review, Retention & Disposition of Real Property; 440
Schools, Colleges, Department, etc., Procedures for Establishment of; 108, 322
Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning, Duties of; 446

Investment Report; 126

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Jackson County-Medford Economic Council; 164
Jeppsen, Miller & Tobias; 370
Joint Boards Committee on Teacher Education; 109, 139, 372, 453
Joint Committee on Planning; 173, 254, 265
Joint Committee, State Board of Higher Education, State Board of Education, Educational Coordinating Commission; 312
Joint Doctoral Programs in Portland; 290
Joint High School/College Connection Committee; 453
Joint Teacher Education Program, OSU-WOSC; 310

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KEZI-TV; 392
Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc., & Associates; 256, 258

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Lane County; 364
Lane Educational Service District; 364
Legal Counsel, Internal Management Directives; 436
Legislature, 1985; 2, 16, 37
Legislature, 1985:

HB 2577, Establishes Rules by Bidder to Secure Minority Enterprise Subcontractor; 387
HB 2928, Nursing Practice Review; 114, 422
Joint Committee on Education; 2, 37, 372
Joint Legislative Ways & Means Committee; 138, 139
Legislative Report; 2, 37, 85, 122, 152, 197
Sales Tax Legislation; 122
SB 527, Evaluation Institutional Administrators; 152
SB 542, Standards for Resolution Grievances, Academic Employees; 153, 261
SB 545, Academic Employee Salary Schedule, Study of; 153
SB 905, Pine Mountain Observatory, UO, Not Passed; 303
SB 5562, General Obligation Bonds; 384
Senate Budget Committee; 83
Senate Education Committee; 37, 85, 122, 153
Senate Education Committee; Sex Discrimination Hearings; 123
SJR 11, Task Force to Review & Evaluate Operation of State Board of Higher Education; 153
Trade & Economic Development Committee; 153
Ways & Means Committee; 85, 110, 121, 303

Linfield-Good Samaritan Nursing Program; 113, 407, 454
Linn-Benton Community College; 415
Lipper 178 Growth; 126
Lottery Funds; 206, 336
Lundgren, Larson, Associates, AIA; 255, 341
Lutes & Amundson; 88
Lutes/Sanetel/Architects; 304, 453

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MAPS Staff Study of Student Athletes; 448
Malheur County; 10
Markman, Inc. ; 18
Matteson Architects; 399
McClanathan & Associates, Inc. ; 255
Medford Chamber of Commerce; 164
Medical, Surgical, Oral Health & Medical Dental Clinic Professional Fee Schedules, Administrative Rules; 432
Minorities & Women in Public Contracting; 311, 382
Minority & Women-Operated Business Enterprises in Capital Construction Projects for Higher Education, Administrative Rules Change; 387
Minority Business Enterprises; 388
Minority Students, Recruitment of; 375
Model Grievance Procedure; 124
Monmouth City Council; 331
Moreland/Unruh, P.C. ; 17
Mt. Hood Community College; 295
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan; 372

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Nagao & Oroyan Associates, P.C., Architectural Consultants; 19
National Association of Minority Contractors; 311
National Collegiate Athletic Association; 173
National Endowment for the Humanities; 36
National Eye Institute; 138
National Institute of Education, Western Regional Conference; 140
National Institutes of Health; 384
National League of Nurses; 116
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration; 137, 303, 335
Newport, Port of; 9, 391
Northern Trust Co., The, & Associates; 256, 258
Northwest Accreditation Association; 120
Northwest Association of Schools & Colleges; 172
Nursing Education in Oregon, Baccalaureate; 13, 403

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OBEC Consulting Engineers; 343, 399
OCATE; 141, 154, 199, 207, 262, 307, 308, 312, 349, 372, 399, 402
Office of School Relations; 62
Oklahoma State Salary Survey; 213
Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators; 62
Oregon Bank, The, & Associates; 256, 258
Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education (OCATE) ; 141, 154, 199, 207, 262, 307, 312, 349, 372
Oregon Community College Association; 418
Oregon Council of Architects; 134
Oregon Council of Associate Degree Nursing Programs; 415
Oregon Department of energy; 340, 346, 349
Oregon Economic Development Commission; 11
Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission; 34, 82, 140, 153, 200, 265, 380
Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission,

State Board of Education, and State Board of Higher Education, Coordinated Planning; 2, 5, 140, 313

Oregon Elks; 138
Oregon Graduate Center; 13
Oregon Graduate Center Research on Electronic Materials & Devices; 383

OREGON HEALTH SCIENCE UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation Visit by Northwest Accreditation Association; 120
Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Biomedical Information Communications Center; 139
Biomedical Research Institute; 312
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Budget, 1985-1987; 207
Cake, Gretchen Sherwood, Estate of, for Diabetic Research; 342
Center for Technology on Medicine, (Lottery Funds for) ; 207
Clinical Engineering; 386
Colvin, Nora N., Bequest to Doernbecher Hospital; 289
Consulting Services; 349
Consulting Services, Roofing; 304
Curricular Changes; 322
Dental School Student Lounge Improvements; 301, 398
Dentistry, School of, Consolidation Departments, Physiology & Pharmacology; 322
Doernbecher Memorial Hospital for Children Beneficiary, Nora Colvin Bequest; 289
ETS Pacific, Inc., Mechanical Engineering Consulting Services; 18
Eye Center; 138, 355
Fire Station Building, Gift of, from City of Portland; 346
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 399
Hematology/Oncology Nursing Unit 10A Remodel; 50
Hospital & Clinic Rehabilitation & Alterations Projects; 304
Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research; 31
Knowlton Estate Property, Sale of; 110
Lottery Funds for Two Endowed Chairs; 206
Mackenzie Hall, Replace Windows; 179
Medical Research Building Fume Hood Isolation Project; 18
Medical Research Building, Neurology Alterations; 370, 386
Outpatient Clinic Medical Records Department Renovation; 96
Physiology & Pharmacology Department, School of Dentistry; 322
Retaliation Grievance of Jane M. Siegel; 180
Roofing-related Consulting; 304
University Hospital Budget 1985-1987; 208
University Hospital North Emergency Room Renovations; 138
University Hospital South, A/B Wing Ventilation Upgrade; 50
University Hospital South, 1st Floor Renovations; 350
University Hospital South, 10A Nursing Unit Remodel; 50
University Hospital South, 10B Ophthalmology Renovations; 178
University Hospitals & Clinics Rehabilitation & Alterations Projects; 383
University Hospital South Relighting Project; 304

Oregon High School-College Relations Council; 234

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Campus Master Plan; 251
Classroom-Laboratory Building; 453
Curricular Adjustments; 99, 101
Electrical Service Replacement to Geothermal-Well Pumps; 179
Electronics Engineering Technology, BS Program in; 101
Engineering Technology; 288
Laser Electro-Optics Technology, AAS Degree; 101
Master Plan, Campus; 251
Muroran Institute of Technology, Partnership Agreement with; 372
Portland Center Fee Schedule; 268
Recreation Facilities (All-Weather Track & Tennis Courts) ; 255
Software Engineering Technology, Associate of Engineering in; 99
Software Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science in; 99
Utility Tunnel-Connect Residence Hall & Student Union; 301

Oregon International Council on the China Connection; 372
Oregon Investment Council; 126
Oregon Mathematics Education Council; 62
Oregon Nurses Association; 116
Oregon State Emergency Board; 2, 3, 55, 106, 138, 200, 289, 304, 325, 338, 339, 341, 384, 385, 425
Oregon State Health Planning & Development Agency; 432

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administrative Reorganization; 198
Agricultural Experiment Station Budget, 1985-1987; 208, 423
Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Apperson Hall; 337
Batcheller Hall; 337
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Budget, 1985-1987; 207
Chemical Engineering; 337
Civil Engineering; 338
College Inn; 282
College of Engineering; 337
Computer Science Building; 337
Cooperative Extension Service Budget, 1985-1987; 208, 423
Covell Hall; 337, 338
Curricular Adjustments; 82, 290, 353
Dearborn Hall Remodel, Phase I; 55, 337
Development Offices, Furniture for; 134, 178
Electrical & Computer Engineering Building (Phase I) ; 250, 255, 336, 370
Faculty Development Grants; 266
Farm Crops Building; 337
Federal Funds Shortfall 1985-1987, Ag-Experiment Station & Cooperative Extension Service; 423
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 345
Forest Research Laboratory Budget, 1985-1987; 207, 208
Foster, Lee W., Bequest, Utilization of; 266
Foundation; 266
Foundation, Furniture for; 134, 178
Foundation, Sublease Land at Hatfield Marine Science Center; 8, 390
Gill Coliseum Addition & Alterations, Phase I; 138
Graf Hall; 337, 338
Hatfield Marine Science Center Housing; 8, 390
High Technology & Economic Development; 207
Industrial Engineering; 338
Industrial Shops Relocation; 337
Jaquet, Amelia B., Trust; 134
Joint Teacher Education Program with WOSC; 310, 313
Langton Hall, Basic Water Service Replacement; 179
Mechanical Engineering Department; 337
Memorial Union Program Council; 60
Memorial Union-Repair Exterior & Interior of Dome; 301
Merryfield Annex; 337
Miller Property Purchase; 155
National Forage Seed Research Center; 17
Newport, Port of, Lease of Land for Marine Science Center Housing; 8
Parking Improvements; 304
Peace Studies, Certificate Program in; 353
Research Forest Office Building; 338, 348
Research on Electronic Materials & Devices; 383
Rogers Hall; 337
Russian Studies, Certificate in; 82
Snell Hall; 178
Snell Hall, Fifth Floor Remodel ; 134
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Research Service Lease; 350
U. S. Department of Defense, Resolution re Classified Information for; 359
Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Budget; 208
Weniger Hall Remodeling for Environmental Health Sciences Center (Phase II) ; 138

Oregon Student Lobby; 380

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Pacific Rim Countries, Relationship with; 308
Penk Case; 38, 110, 123
Peterson Associated Engineers, Inc. ; 349
Peterson Kolberg & Associates, P. C. ; 370, 387
Physical Plant Maintenance & Minor Capital Outlay, 1983-1985; 179
Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory; 304
Plans for Use of Excess Building Fee Debt Service Funds, Internal Management Directives; 445
Plant Rehabilitation & Minor Capital Outlay, Board's Reserve for; 348
Portland, City of, Gift of Fire Station Building to OHSU; 346

Water Bureau Building; 2, 106

Portland Community College; 295, 307
Portland General Electric/Institutional Buildings Program; 349

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation Visit by Northwest Accreditation Association; 120
Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Budget, 1985-1987; 207
Business Administration School; 135
Center for Population Research & Census; 160
Computing Reserve, Transfer Funds to, from PSU Parking Excess Sinking Fund; 342
Curricular Adjustments; 34, 103, 290
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Ph. D. Program in; 34
Executive Vice President Established at; 82
High Technology & Economic Development; 207
Institute for International Trade & Commerce; 135
International Business, BA/BS Degree in; 103
International Trade & Commerce Institute; 312
Mission of; 356, 375, 402
Ondine Residence Hall; 23, 44
Portland Center for Advanced Technology; 325
Portland Student Services, Inc. ; 19, 23, 44, 138
Professional Schools Building, Phase I; 135
Rebate, Experimental Incentive Plan; 42
Shattuck Hall Remodel, Computer Center; 255, 341
Status Change, Legislative Budget Note 1; 308
Student Housing Rehabilitation (PSS Window Replacement & Rehabilitation) ; 350
Water Bureau Building, Proposed Purchase; 2, 106, 325

Position Descriptions, Centralized Activities; 353
President's Report; 16, 55, 140, 350, 453
Procedural Rule for Changes & Additions to Administrative Rules; 356
Professional Consultants, Appointment of, Administrative Rules; 393
Profile of 1983-84 Graduates of Oregon Schools & Colleges of Education One Year After Graduation; 314
Programs for Enhancing Ethnic & Racial Minority Student Enrollment & Graduation in OSSHE; 129
Public Improvements, Prequalification for, Administrative Rules; 393
Public Opinion re Higher Education; 353
Public Records, Availability of, Administrative Rules Change; 356
Public School Administration, Joint EdD Program in, Phased out; 298
Publications, Systemwide; 200, 264
Pursuit of Quality Higher Education: A Progress Report; 5, 28

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R & RC Construction; 349
Rankin, McMurry, VavRosky & Doherty; 256, 258
Rasco-Kirschbaum & Associates; 399
Ratcliff Associates; 137, 323
Real Property Purchases, Administrative Rules; 393
Real Property, Responsibility for Review, Retention & Disposition of, Internal Management Directives; 440
Receivables, Collection of, Administrative Rules; 434
Regional Advisory Board; 164
Regional Development Institute; 14
Regional Services Institutes in Southern & Eastern Oregon; 11, 13, 156, 159, 163, 221, 227
Research Services Institute; 13
Residence Hall & Food Service Charges for 1984-86; 274
Resolutions:

Authorizing Filing Applications USA for Planning Energy Conservation Measures; 340
Authorizing Warranty Deed, Board of Higher Education to Tualatin-Yamhill Press, Inc., Colvin Bequest to OHSU; 290
Bonds, Series 1985A, $6,280,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Building; 165, 257
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,375,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Advance Refunding Bonds; 168
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,575,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education Advance Refunding Building Bonds; 248
Bonds, Series 1985B, $11,925,000, State of Oregon, State Board of Higher Education, Advance Refunding Building Bonds; 258
Classified Information, U. S. Department of Defense; 359

Retainage Processing Charges, Administrative Rules Change; 358
Returned Checks Fee; 270
Rogue Valley Council of Governments; 159

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S & P 500; 126
SRG Partnership, P. C., Architects; 303, 334, 453
Salary Adjustments; 212, 262
Sales Tax; 197
Salomon Brothers; 126
Saturn Project; 84
Schools, Colleges, Departments, etc., Procedures for Establishment of, Internal Management Directive; 108
Settecase Smith Doss, Architects; 250, 255, 333
Sex Discrimination Against Women; 123
Shearson-Lehman American Express; 126
Sick Leave Plan for Academic Personnel, Administrative Rules Change; 45
Small Business Development Centers; 13
Small Business Institute; 164
Soderstrom Architects; 304, 399

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
American Language Academy; 282
Annexation of Portion of Campus to City of Ashland; 344
Associated Students; 164
Bicycle/Pedestrian Ways; 253
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Campus Boundaries Amended to Exclude Area Belonging to Church of Latter Day Saints; 344
Church of Latter Day Saints Excluded from Campus Boundaries; 344
Crosby Property Purchase; 266
Economic Development in Southern & Eastern Oregon; 10
Education-Psychology Building Flashing (Water Proofing) ; 179, 304
KSOR Consulting Services for; 255
McKenzie Property Purchase; 133
Morrison Property Purchase; 154
North Campus Completion Committee; 253
North Campus Recreation & Site Improvements; 252
Phipps, Mary, Center; 53, 349
Regional Advisory Board; 11
Reorganization of Certain Departments; 38
Schneider museum of Art; 289, 350, 363, 399
Southern Oregon Regional Services Institute; 11, 159, 163, 227

Squier, L. R. Associates, Inc. ; 370
State Board of Nursing; 114, 405
State Department of Economic Development; 152
State Department of Education; 153, 200
State Department of Education Policy Council; 5
State Department of General Services; 6
State Employment Division; 160
State Merit System Law; 377
State Personnel Division; 39
State System & Department of Education Policy Council; 5, 234
State System Progress; 352
State Treasurer's Office; 53
Stowitschek, Mildred, dba Confem Company; 55
Strategic Plan, Goals & Objectives, State System of Higher Education, 1983-1987; 5, 28, 130, 371, 381
Student Housing, Fall Term 1984; 19
Student Teachers, Fees for Cooperating Supervisors of; 270
Study Resources Fee; 269
Stuntzner Engineering & Forestry; 137
Summer Session Fee Book 1985, Administrative Rules; 40
Summer Session Fees 1985; 40, 65
Summer Sessions, Self-Support for; 56
Supplements; 64, 145, 454
Systems Computer Technology Corporation; 86

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Teacher Education in State System, Joint; 16
Teacher Education, CBEST in; 356
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 140
Teacher Testing; 109
Tektronix; 142, 383
Telecommunications; 98
Treasure Valley Community College; 15, 200
Tualatin-Yamhill Press, Inc. ; 290
Tuition & Fee Income, Overrealized; 2

Allocation to UO; 2
Allocation to WOSC; 2
Legal Expenses; 2

Tuition & Fee Recommendations, 1985-86; 234, 267

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Union County Corporation; 14
U. S. Department of Agriculture; 17
U. S. Department Commerce; 137, 385
U. S. Department of Defense, Resolution Re Classified Information, OSU; 359
U. S. Department of Energy's Institutional Building Grant Program; 137, 323
U. S. Public Health Service; 139

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
American Studies, BA Degree in; 82
Autzen Stadium Dome; 353
Budget, 1985-86; 211
Budget, 1985-1987; 207
Chiles, Earl A., Business Center; 335
College of Architecture & Allied Arts Programs, Relocation of; 323
Consulting Engineering Services, Balzhiser/Hubbard & Associates; 56
Consulting Services; 304, 370
Curricular Adjustments; 82, 290, 382
Design Advisory Group; 366
Emerald Hall Demolition; 323
Erb Memorial Union Ballroom Improvements; 178, 251
Erb Memorial Union, Convert Bowling Alleys to Student Computer Center; 301, 453
Facility Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Projects; 40
Foundation; 90, 335, 426
Gilbert Hall Addition (Chiles Business Center) ; 335, 426
High Technology & Economic Development ; 207
Institute of Marine Biology Boundary Adjustment; 343
Johnson Hall Cornice; 40
Land Lease to UO Foundation; 335, 426
Lewis, Ion, Scholarship Fund; 134
Marine Biology Institute Improvements; 137, 303, 334
Materials Science Institute; 382
McArthur Court; 370
McKnight, Mildred M., Estate of, Property Sale; 6, 255
Millrace Bridge Repairs; 343, 399
Museum Commission; 364
Pine Mt. Observatory; 303
Research Advisory Group; 366
Riverfront Project (Riverside Park Development) ; 31, 34, 86, 312, 366
Riverfront Research Park; 363
Riverfront Technology Park, Inc. ; 91, 363
Ruppel Property Purchase; 154
Roof Repair and/or Replacement Library, Museum of Art, Science II, Hendricks, Susan Cambell Halls; 40
Science East Wing (partial) Repair Space Frame Involving Removal of Asbestos; 179
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations; 51, 137
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations (Science Building IV, V, VI) ; 323
Science III Completion of Basement; 51, 137
Space Frame Repair, Science East Wing; 40
Tuckpointing, Brick Repair Library, Johnson Hall & Education Building; 40
Willamette Greenway; 92
University of Portland; 113, 407
University of Portland School of Nursing; 455
Urban Renewal Agency; 364

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Vehicular Safety, Operation & Maintenance Policy, Administrative Rules; 433
Vice Chancellor, Executive, Administrative Rules; 431
Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning, Duties of, Internal Management Directives; 446

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WICHE Doctoral Exchange Students, Waiver of Nonresident Instruction Fee, Administrative Rules; 397
WICHE Program; 242

EEO-6 Data; 375

WISTEC Building, Alton Baker Park; 364
Washington, State of, Tuition Reciprocity with; 200

WESTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Allocation of Overrealized Income & Emergency Board Allocation; 4
Arbuthnot Hall Addition; 23, 171
Awarded Prize for Attractive Campus; 120
Board of Police Standards & Training ; 171
Budget, 1985-1986; 211
College Center Remodel; 136, 255, 333, 427
Joint Teacher Education Program with OSU; 310, 313
Long-Range Development Plan, Updating; 331
No Instruction Fee Increases; 41
Oregon Police Academy; 23, 283
Parking Improvements; 349
Police Standards & Training Board, Addition to Arbuthnot Hall for; 171
Teaching Research Division; 332

Western Regional Conference on Quality in American Higher Education; 173
Wildish Construction Company; 335
Women Business Enterprises; 388
Workshop for New Administrators; 371, 375

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Xiamen University; 152

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Yost-Grube-Hall, P. C. ; 135

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