OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1988






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Academic Council; 7, 87, 122, 128, 233, 235, 289, 374, 394, 575, 580, 584, 595
Academic Infrastructure; 644
Academic Salary Increases, 1988-89, Proposed Change in; 19
Academic Salary Policy (Unclassified) 1989-1991; 306
Academic Staff Holidays; 205
Academic Year Fee Book, Administrative Rules Amended; 417
Accounting, Authorized Undergraduate Instructional Programs; 652
Accreditation Reports, Proposed Policy Statement Regarding; 406
Ad Hoc Committees on Board/Institutional Relations; 32
Administrative Data Processing & Telecommunications Projects; 262
Administrative Rules:

Academic Staff Holidays; 205
Academic Year Fee Book; 417
Affirmative Action Goals; 11, 692
Discrimination on Basis of Sexual Orientation; 76
Grievance Procedures; 252
Residence Classifications Decisions by IRC: Meritorious Hardship; 187
Residence Classification of Aliens; 186
Residence Classification of Armed Forces Personnel; 186
Residence Classification Under WICHE; 188
Residence Determination; 184
Residency Rules, OAR Division 10, Amendments to, 183
Summer Session Fee Book 1988; 79
Traffic Regulations, Parking Fees, and Enforcement Fines, Amendment to OAR 580-40-025; 518

Admission Requirements for 1989-1990; 122, 163
Admission Standards; 592
Adopt-A-Legislator: Legislative Communication; 550
Advance Refunding Bonds, General Obligation; 44
Advocate for Minority & Women Business; 698
Affiliated Organizations Income and Expenditures, 1886-87 & 1987-88; 704
Affirmative Action goals, Administrative Rules Amended; 11
Affirmative Action, Adoption of Temporary Rule OAR 580-50-028; 696
Affirmative Action in Contracting; 694
Affirmative Action Goals, Suspension of OAR 580-50-027; 692
Afseth, Jacob's, & Schmitz; 732
Agriculture , Department of; 644
Agriculture, State Board of; 635
Air Balancing Specialty, Inc.; 85
Alam Electric; 631
Alcohol & Drug Use and Abuse, State System Universities & Colleges Response; 345
Aliens, Residence Classification of; 186
Alzheimer's Disease Center of Oregon; 628
Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disordered Association; 628
Alzheimer's Disease Research Fund; 628
American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) ; 651
American Association of Colleges and Universities; 47, 57, 689
American Association of Therapeutic Radiologists; 598
American Association of University Professors; 307
American Association of University Professors, Oregon Chapter; 64
American Board of Radiology; 598
American College of Radiology; 598
American Electronics Association; 116
American Institute of CPA's; 653
American Medical Association; 597
American Society in Engineering Education; 114
AT&T Information Systems; 543
Anderson Roofing; 481
Anderson, Perry, & Associates; 731
Anderson, Wayne, Construction, Inc.; 147, 631
Area Health Education Centers; 645
Armed Forces Personnel, Residence Classifications of; 186
Athletes, Student, Academic Progress of, 1983-84 through 1986-87; 21
Athletic Subcommittee, Report of; 736
Athletics, General Funds Dollars for; 645
Athletics, Intercollegiate Status of; 268
Attorney General's Opinion; 564
Austin Construction Company; 548

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Bear, Stearns, & Co., Inc.; 212
Beaver Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 354
Beekman Estate; 540, 628
Beekman Professorship of Northwest and Pacific History; 541
Biennial Budget Policies, 1989-1991; 291
Billings, Chris, & Associates; 546
Block Transfer Agreement with Community Colleges; 663
Blumenstein-Dean Construction, Inc. ; 631
Board Committee Structure; 268
Board's Executive Committee; 543
Board Executive Session; 277, 357
Board/Institutional Relations Committee; 634
Board /Legislative Forum on Governance; 157
Board Luncheon; 274, 486, 550, 635, 736
Board Meetings (Adjourned Sessions) :

April 19, 1988; 211
October 11, 1988; 551

Board Meetings (Conference Telephone Connection) :

April 4, 1988; 169
April 19, 1988; 211

Board Meetings (Executive Sessions) ; 357
Board Meetings (Regular) :

January 15, 1988; 1
February 17, 1988; 41
March 18, 1988; 112
April 15, 1988; 171
May 20, 1988; 226
June 17, 1988; 275
July 15, 1988; 360
September 9, 1988; 487
October 21, 1988; 560
December 9, 1988, 636

Board Meetings (Special) ; 169, 357, 554
Board Members, Items from; 31, 88, 149, 208, 267, 343, 484, 549, 634, 734
Board Officers, Election of; 356
Board's Program Allocation Policy; 579
Bonds, General Obligation Advance Refunding (Baccalaureate Bonds) ; 44, 180, 215
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Building, Series 1988A, $9,320,000; 131, 212
Bonds, State Board of Higher Education Building Bonds, Series 1988C, Article XI-F(1), $26,225,000; 551
Bonneville Power Administration; 30, 148, 208, 547, 677, 684
BOOR/A Architects; 70, 265
Brock & Hilts, Architects & Planners; 354
Brockmeyer/McDonnell, Architects; 207, 265
Broone, Oringdulph, O'Toole, Rudolph, Boles & Associates, P.C.; 340
BSC, Inc., Mechanical Engineers; 354
Buckaroo-Thermoseal, Inc. ; 481
Budget, 1987-89 ; 10
Budget Allocation System Model; 501
Budget, Biennial 1989-1991, 238, 291, 454
Budget Issues, Review of; 643
Budgets, Cut in the; 646
Builders Insulating & Roofing, Inc. ; 354, 481, 480
Buildings, Operation & Maintenance of New; 644
Bulk Handling Systems, Inc. ; 546

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Cameron and McCarthy; 546
Campus Screening Committee; 568
Campus Visitation Committees; 634
Capital Construction, 1989-1991; 10, 210, 432
Capital Construction Fund, Funds from Oregon Lottery; 16
Capital Construction Projects, Authorization to Undertake, IMD; 405
Capital Construction Request, 1989-1991, 1991-1993, 1993-1995; 430, 645
Capital Repair; 644
Carlson Testing, Inc.; 547
Carnegie Commission; 592
Casey Eye Institute, James & George; 606
CDI/Commercial Decor, Inc. ; 86
Ceiling Change Request; 644
Certificate of Recognition Honoring:

Gene Chao; 483
Michael Hermens; 280
Janet Nelson; 482
James Peterson; 279

Chadwick, B., Group, LTD; 354
Chancellor, Authority of, IMD; 272
Chancellor, Interim, Appointment of W. T. Lemman as; 273
Chancellor's Office, Location of; 31, 89, 151
Chancellor's Report; 3, 47, 113, 177, 227, 278, 362, 496, 562, 639
Chancellor's Salary Recommendations for 1988-89; 256
Chancellor, Search Committee for; 35, 89, 149, 209, 269, 357, 550, 561, 562
Chase, Jones & Associates, Inc. ; 265
Chase Manhattan Bank, The; 138, 222
Children's Miracle Network; 617
CH2M Hill Northwest; 480, 687
Church Roofing Company; 631
Citicorp; 551
Clackamas Community College; 60, 72
Clackamas County; 72
Clackamas County Development Agency; 72
COFAB Consultants; 29
Coffman Excavation; 86
Committee of the Whole; 269
Committee on Finance, Administration, & Physical Plant; 10
Committee on Instruction, Research & Public Service; 10, 269, 290, 674, 702
Common Fund, The; 58
Communications; 40, 152
Computer Resource Fee; 407, 644, 676
Corridors of Enrollment; 239, 292, 313
Corporate Affiliate 1986-87 & 1987-88, Net Worth Comparisons; 705
Cost Planners, Inc. ; 732
Cost Recovery Programs; 677
Curricular Adjustments; 6, 128, 232, 234, 236, 331, 367, 370, 371, 377, 388, 399, 402

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Dance, Institutions Currently Certified in; 576
Degree Lists, Confirmation of Institutional; 613
Dhillon Engineering, Inc. ; 547
Discrimination on Basis of Sexual Orientation, Proposed Amendments to OAR; 76
Doernbecher Children's Hospital; 614
Dow-Jones Industrials; 58

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Early Semester System, Conversion to; 50, 80

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Accessibility for Handicapped; 631
Agricultural & Resource Economics Major & Minor Programs, OSU & EOSC; 128
Badgley Hall Addition; 433
Biennial Budget, 1989-1991; 294
Briggs, R.A., Designation as President Emeritus; 640
Center of Excellence; 179
Citation for Leadership; 47
Classroom/Lab Building; 547, 731
Community Service Program; 656
Early Semester System; 55
Energy Conservation Measures; 631
Extended Teacher Education Program; 281
"G" Avenue, Vacation of; 734
Geography & Regional Planning Request to Rename BA/BS Program in; 654
Greenhouse; 433
Gruszczwnski, John, Grievance of; 366, 571
Hoke Hall Addition; 437
Hunt Hall Remodeling; 433
Introduction of New Staff Members; 496
Master's in Education Administration, Cooperative Program, with UO; 179
Parking Lot Improvements; 437
Physical Education Field House; 433, 437
Physical Education Fields; 433
President's Report; 48, 179, 278
Quinn Addition for ROTC; 433, 734
ROTC Rifle Range, Replacement Facility; 17
Roofing Projects, Ackerman Gym & Hunt Hall; 481
Small Scale Energy Loan Program; 200
Storage/ Landscaping; 432
Surface Parking Improvements; 480
Teacher Education, MTE Degree in; 731
Tennis Courts Development; 207, 599
Undergraduate Teacher Education Program; 179

EDNET Resolution; 10, 642
Education Commission of the States; 93
Education & General Land; 432
Education-Related Business Activities, Policy on; 589, 688
Ehlers Drywall, Inc. ; 732
Election of Officers; 356
Elk's Children's Eye Clinic; 608
Emergency Board, January 1989 Appearance; 676
Endex Engineering; 480
Endowed Chairs; 10
Energy, Department of; 687
Enrollment Ceilings; 228, 292, 313, 446
Environmental Protection Agency; 540
Equipment & Academic Computing; 644
Equipment Replacement Account, Internal Management Directives; 251
Eugene, City of; 84, 613
Eugene Sand & Gravel Inc. ; 29
Eugene Water & Electric Board, Power Line Easement to City of Eugene,

Lane County, Acting by and through EWEB; 613

Executive Management Policy; 555
Expenditure Limitation; 646

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Facilities Division Activities, Office of Administration; 29, 85, 147, 207, 265, 354, 480, 546, 630, 731
Faculty Awards; 645
Faculty Excellence Awards; 150, 645
Faculty Personnel Principles; 90
Faculty Retirement Information; 642
Faculty Salaries; 670
Faculty, Termination of Tenured; 646
Farley, William, Inc. ; 731
Fee Schedule, 1987-88; 94
Fee Schedule, 1988-89; 412
Fee Schedule, 1989-1991; 300
Fifth-Year Teacher Education Programs; 663, 702
Financial Information Application Software, OSSHE, Acquisition of; 629
Finrow Architects; 732
First Boston Corporation; 551
First Interstate Bank of Chicago; 212
Folker Construction Company; 85, 355, 547, 732
Foreign Language Program; 645
Foreign Language Requirement, OSSHE; 60, 122
Freshman GPA, Continuation of Improvement; 179

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Garifield Hacker Architects, P.C.; 85, 512, 732
General Education Requirements, Agreement for Transfer Students; 229
Gene's Roofing Service, Inc. ; 547
Giffin-Bolte-Jurgens, Architects; 203
Gift, Grant, & Contract Income, 1986-87 & 1987-88, Annual Report of; 704
Good Samaritan Hospital & Medical Center; 628
Gordon & Associates; 480
Governance, Joint Board/Legislative Forum on; 92
Governance Report (All 50 States) ; 116
Governance, Workshop on; 152
Governor, Meeting with; 32
Governor's Request re OCATE-OGC; 271
Governor's Science Council; 121
Graduate Courses, Proposal for Changing the Numbering of; 657
Graduate Education Policy; 210
Graduate Teaching Fellows, Presentation by; 181
Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation; 181
Graham, James D. , & Associates , Inc. ; 354
Grievance Procedures, Administrative Rules; 252

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

Hackenbruck, Terry, Construction, Inc. ; 147, 547
Hamilton/KSA; 615
Harris Upham Company, Inc. ; 563
Harvey, Joseph, Construction; 481
Hatfield Marine Science Center; 540
Hess, Todd, Building Company; 632
Hellesvig, Dennis, Architect; 29, 546
Highland Sitework, Ltd. ; 266
Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory; 600
Holmes Group; 592
Holmes Tree Preservation Company; 207
Homestead Neighborhood Association; 512
Housing Maintenance and Repair Fund; 548
Hult, Nils B. & Associates of Eugene; 563
Hyland and Sons, Inc. ; 29
Hyland, John, Construction, Inc. ; 147

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

Idaho Power Company-Malheur Experiment Station Power Line Easement; 609
Innovative Interfaces; 263
Instruction Fee Policy (tuition) 1989-1991; 300
Interest Earnings from Lottery Funds, Request to Expend; 16
Interim Legislative Committee on Education; 592
Inter Institutional Faculty Senate Report; 562, 641
Internal Audit Division; 58
Internal Management Directives:

Authorization to Undertake Capital Construction Projects; 405
Chancellor, Authority of; 272
Equipment Replacement Account; 250
Policy on Education-Related Business Activities; 589, 688

Interstate Mechanical, Inc. ; 548
Investment Report; 57

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Jacksonville, City of; 628
Joint Board/Legislative Forum on Governance; 92
Joint Boards Committee on Foreign Language; 122
JTM Associates; 262, 543
Justice Department to Accept Service for Board Members in Lawsuit; 170

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Kaiser Permanente; 617
Kast Construction, Inc. ; 481
Kellog Foundation; 47
Kidder, Peabody & Company; 212, 551
Kiety, Morris P., General Contractor; 480
King, Martin Luther, Jr., Holiday; 205, 206
Korn/Ferry International; 638

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

Land Acquisition; 432
Landis & Gyr, Powers, Inc. ; 207
Lane County; 84
Lantz/Mattson;732
Legislative Communication; 550
Lebanon Servco, Inc. ; 208
Legislature 1987:

HB 2099, Isolation Facility Bond Sinking Fund; 604
HB 2800, Hayward Field Improvements; 84
HB 2913, Transfer Students; 229
HB 3364, Minority Business Enterprise; 11
SB 619, Grievance Review; 255

Lerch Bates & Associates, Inc. ; 147, 207
Lewis & Clark College; 60
Library Acquisition; 644
Lindsay, Hart, Neil, Weigler, Bond Attorneys; 180, 212
Litner Center for Advanced Education at Rock Creek; 117
LVI Environment Services, Inc. ; 148

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

Marijuana Initiative, Opposition to; 93
Marine Midland; 551
Marion County District Court; 238
Martin, Schultz & Geyer, Consulting Services; 546
Martin Surfacing, Inc. ; 632
Marylhurst College; 579
Mattson, L. D., Inc. ; 547
May, John, Construction Company; 632
McCormack Construction; 207, 631
McKenzie Commercial Contractors; 266, 632
McKinstry Company; 86
McMillan, David R., Architect; 265
Meili Construction Company; 266
MFIA, Inc. ; 546
Minority Business Enterprise and Disadvantage Business Enterprise Evaluation; 354
Minority Student Enrollment; 331, 150
Modernization of Existing Buildings; 432
Montgomery Elevator Company; 547
Morgan, J. P. ; 551
Morgan Stanley; 551
Morse Brothers, Inc. ; 631
Multnomah County; 692

N...N...N...N...N...

National Association of Colleges & University Business Officers; 689
National Association of Schools of Dance (NASD) ; 574
National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) ; 578
National Association of Schools of Public Affairs & Administration; 582
National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) ; 131
Neighborhood Association; 514
North Clackamas School District; 72
North Santiam Paving Company; 85
Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges; 406
Northwest Engineering Services, Inc., Consultants; 85, 354
Northwest Natural Gas; 638
Nursing Student Loan program; 678

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

Office of Education Policy and Planning, Report of Program Approvals by; 731
Optec, Inc. ; 354
Oregon Advanced Computing Institute; 644
Oregon Appeals Court; 238
Oregon Baccalaureate Bond Program; 43
Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education (OCATE) ; 47, 117, 242, 271, 294, 644, 735
Oregon Conference of the American Association of University Professors; 255
Oregon Court of Appeals; 183
Oregon Dental Service Corporation; 5
Oregon Department of Education; 60, 230
Oregon Department of Energy; 686
Oregon Department of Justice; 544
Oregon Graduate Center; 117, 271, 496, 644, 735
Oregon Graduate Center-OCATE Agreement; 496

OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY:

Administration Building; 436
Alzheimer's Disease Research Funds, Report on; 628
Baird Hall Electrical Distribution Improvements; 85
Baird Hall Room 18, Student Health Relocation; 149
Basic Science Additions Completion; 436
Basic Science Building Remodel for Radiation Therapy Labs 3360 and 3370; 548
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 293, 297
Biomedical Information Communication Center; 85, 228
Budget Review Issues; 645
Campus Boundaries, Revisions to; 511
Campus Services Building, 5th Floor, Hospital Information Systems Divisions,

Computer Room Renovations Project; 267

Canyon Topographic & Location Survey; 265
Center for New Ventures, Remodel for Radiology Research Lab; 29, 548
Center for Occupational Disease Research; 432
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center Renovations Project; 355, 732
Children's Hospital; 645
Computer Resource Fee; 610, 676
Consulting Services (Engineering) ; 147, 547, 732
Crippled Children's Division Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 297
Crippled Children's Division Remodel for Nursing Unit Project; 209
Curricular Adjustments; 367, 371
Dental Clinics; 678
Dental School Building Addition; 436, 630
Dental School Elevator Modernization Project; 548
Dental School Labs 404 & 405 Remodel; 632
Dentistry, School of; 5
Doernbecher Children's Hospital; 614
Education and General Omnibus 91-93; 436
Electroencephalograph Technology, Certificate in; 367, 731
Eye Center, Clarification of Funding Mix; 204, 479
Eye Institute, Name Change to James & George Casey; 606
Foundation; 606
General Fund Support, Report on; 624
Geriatrics Center of Excellence, Request to Establish Interdisciplinary; 371
Health Science Building/Nursing; 732
Hospital Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 297
Hospital & Clinic Rehabilitation & Alterations-Surgery Expansion,

Surgical Beds & Hemodialysis Unit; 510

Hospital Rehabilitation & Utility Improvements; 132
Institute of Advanced Biomedical Research Furnishings & Installation; 30
Interdisciplinary Geriatrics Center of Excellence; 371
Jones, Emma, Hall, Department of Family Medicine Remodel; 86
Library, Accessibility for the Handicapped; 267
Licensing Activity; 120
Mackenzie Hall Plumbing System Replacement; 86
Mackenzie Hall Electrical Distribution System Upgrade; 549
Mackenzie Hall Suite 3168, Surgery Offices; 86
Medical Research Building, Cooling System Improvements; 548
Modular Magnetic Resonance Imaging Suite Project; 267
Modular Office Building, System #1; 31
Molecular & Cellular Biology, Ph.D. in; 731
Neuroscience, Ph.D. in; 731
Nursing Student Loan Program; 678
OPC Quend Harsh Eye Clinic; 74
Ophthalmology Department, Quasi-Endowment Funds; 607
Ophthalmology-Glaucoma Remodel, South 10B; 74
Ophthalmology Renovations within Overpass; 74
Outpatient Clinic, 1st Floor Remodel, East Entrance; 266
Outpatient Clinic Rehabilitation; 439
Oversees; 730
Parking Structure V; 337, 432, 439
Patient Parking Structure; 75
Pediatric Hospital, Report on Proposed; 614
Pedestrian Connection; 685
Pew Memorial Trust; 5
Physical Plant Building, Handicapped Access Upgrade; 209
Physical Plant/Motor Pool Facility; 436
Physical Plant Building, Payroll/Personnel Remodel; 148
Physical Plant Building Renovation; 436
Physical Plant Building, University Safety Service Project; 549
President, Appointment of Peter O. Kohler; 169
President's Report; 5, 115, 228
Presidential Search Committee; 150
Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic, UHN; 203
Quasi-Endowment Funds for Ophthalmology Department, Authorization to use $187,000; 607
Radiation Therapy Model, Increase in Expenditure Limitation; 514
Radiation Therapy, Request for Name Change; 597, 702
Research Building Addition ; 436
Reroofing Projects; 481
Residence Hall Reroofing; 149
Revision to Campus Boundaries; 511
Salary Adjustments for 1988-89 House Staff; 260
School of Dentistry (Sprint) Clinic; 732
School of Nursing & Related Alterations; 432
Sharp & O'Harra Estate Property; 608
Student Activity Building; 337
Swimming Pool Addition; 337
Third Party Utility System Development, Proposal for; 703
Underground Primary Service Relocation; 86, 733
University Center; 436, 439
UHN, Department of Gastroenterology Relocation; 209
University Hospital Renovations:

(89-91) ; 432,
(91-93) ; 439

UHS, C-Wing Addition; 439
UHS, C-Wing Addition, Relocation of Utilities; 634
UHS, D-Wing Addition; 439
UHS, Classroom 14B62 Upgrade; 31
UHS, 4A Surgical Pathology Ventilation; 354
UHS, 4C Radiation Therapy Remodel; 267
UHS, 11th Floor, CT II Remodel; 267
Utility Infrastructure Improvements; 436, 439, 603
Utility System Improvements; 432, 436, 439, 703
Vice President for Administration, Appointment of; 496
Vollum Institute for Biomedical Research, 2nd Floor Remodel; 632, 685
Work Estate Property, Report of Sale; 544

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment; 351
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 294
Citation for Leadership; 47
Clackamas Community College Harmony Center; 734
Classroom/Laboratory Building; 16, 433, 733
Classroom/Laboratory Building, Window Treatments; 86
College Union Addition; 437
Cornett Hall Diesel Lab Fume Exhaust; 633
Cornet Hall, Modernization & Remodeling; 433
Cornet Hall, Reroofing; 17
Early Semester System; 50
Engineering Technology, M.S. Degree in; 488, 606
Geothermal Heating; 601
Geothermal Injection Well; 633
Harmony School, Use of; 71, 734
Ickes Middle School, Purchase from Clackamas County; 71
Klamath Falls Public School System; 228
Metro Campus; 734
Moehl Stadium; 686
Outdoor Activity Area Phase II; 437
Outdoor Recreation Are, Authorization of; 686
Parking Improvements; 432
Physical Education/Recreation Building; 437
Physical Plant Addition (Warehouse) ; 433
President's Report; 4, 114, 228
Purvine Hall Dedication; 268, 686
Shell Hall Addition; 433
Sports Arena; 437
Tennis Courts Addition; 437
Tunnel Connections; 601
Utility Improvements, Acceptance for Final Design; 601

Oregon Investment Council; 58
Oregon Police Academy; 177, 602
Oregon Resource & Technology Development Corporation; 121
Oregon State Council of Senior Citizens; 375
Oregon State Emergency Board; 16, 76, 131, 210, 270, 341
Oregon State System of Higher Education:

General Obligation Building Bonds; 527
Official Notice of Bond Sale; 535
Progress Report on Telecommunications Project; 543
Telecommunication System; 497

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accessibility for Handicapped, Phase III; 547
Accounting, Post-baccalaureate Certificate in; 650
Ad Hoc Telecommunications RFP Committee; 544
Administrative Council; 734
Administrative Services Building Expansion; 207
Agricultural Experiment Station; 295, 480, 682
Agricultural Science II, Approval of Design; 517
Agricultural Sciences II Modernization; 434
Agricultural & Resource Economics Major & Minor Programs at EOSC; 128, 731
Apperson Hall Reroofing; 631
Applied Economics, MA/MS & Ph.D. Degrees in; 331, 731
Applied Linguistics; BA in; 731
Batcheller Hall Cornice Restoration & Benton Hall Reroofing & Exterior Repairs; 148
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 293, 296
Board/Institutional Relations Committee; 210
Bonneville Power Administration, Grant from; 684
Callahan Hall, McNary Cafeteria & West International House Reroofing Projects; 86
Campus Visitation; 734
Child Care Center; 432
Clark Meat Laboratory Sanitary Sewer; 148
Communications Conduit Installation-Phase I; 266, 733
Communications Media Building; 434
Computer Resource Fee; 610, 676
Consulting Services, Energy Management; 354, 480, 546
Cooperative Extension Service; 295, 678
Covell Hall Fire Escape; 631
Curricular Adjustments; 6, 128, 232, 331, 370
Dairy Barn Metal Roofing; 147, 208
Developmental Workshop; 592
Disabled, MS Degree in Movement Studies for; 6
Dixon Aquatic Facility Expansion; 432
Dixon Recreational Center Completion; 432
Dixon Recreational Center Reroofing; 547
Dixon Recreational Center Weight Room Addition; 147, 733
Drug & Alcohol Resource Team; 350
Early Semester System; 50
Economics, MA/MS & Ph.D. Degrees in; 331
Education Hall Modernization; 434
Education School, Joint Venture Agreement with WOSC; 195, 590
Electrical & Computer Engineering Building Project; 600, 631
Experiment Station; 645
Faculty Senate; 663
Family Studies Center; 432
Fee-for-Service Activities, Veterinary Hospital; 677
Fish Disease Laboratory; 29, 684
Food Toxicology & Nutrition Laboratory; 481
Forest Recreation Resources, Department of Resource Management Renamed; 130
Forest Research Laboratory; 295, 644
Foundation; 84
Fuel Tanks Removal, Underground; 732
General Science, Department of; 647
Gill Coliseum Exterior Renovation; 631
Graduate Courses, Proposal for Changing the Numbering of; 657
Graduate Program in Economics, Report on UO/OSU Consultation re; 545
Graf Hall Modernization; 434
Growth Chamber Building, Lease from federal Government; 541
Handicapped Access to Five Engineering Buildings; 148
Hatfield Marine Science Center, Grant of Land to EPA; 540
Hatfield Marine Science Center Seawater System Repair; 208
Hinsdale, O. H., Wave Research Laboratory, East Wing; 355, 600
Honorary Doctorates; 130
Idaho Power Company, Power Line Easement to; 609
Instructional Programs, Elimination of; 505, 606
Isolation Facility Bond Sinking Fund; 604
Kerr Library Expansion; 432, 645
Kerr Library Expansion Phase II; 434
Kidder Hall Mechanical System Upgrade; 434
Laboratory Modernization Phase II; 434
Laboratory Modernization Phase III; 434
Land and Sea Grant; 647
Langton Hall Modernization; 434
Langton Hall Reroofing-1987; 17, 85, 266
LaSells Stewart Center; 84
Lease from Federal Government for Growth Chamber Building; 541
Licensing Activity; 120
Malheur Experiment Station, Power Line Easement to Idaho Power Company; 609
McNary Hall Dining Modifications; 547
Memorial Union Ventilation System Alterations; 548
Milam Hall Modernization; 434
Milam Hall Reroofing; 548
Milne Hall Addition; 434
Movement Studies for the Disabled, MS Degree in; 731
Naval Research, Office of; 600
North Willamette Research Station Expansion (AES), Authorization of; 682
Oregon Productivity & Technology Center, Oregon Productivity Center Changed to; 370
Parker Stadium Improvements (Phase II) ; 437
Parking Lot Improvements 1987; 86
Peavy Hall Room 254, Modifications; 147, 355
Physical Plant; 687
Plageman Infirmary Reroofing; 148
Potato Storage/Preparation Building, Central Oregon Experiment Station; 208
President's Report; 47, 178, 362
Program Reduction, Termination Due to; 342
Radiation Center; 687
Research Forest Office Building; 482
Residence Hall Quad Reroofing; 547
Resource Economics MA & Ph.D. Degrees Discontinued; 331
Revised Project, 625 SW 16th Street; 482
Sackett Hall Reroofing; 148
Sanitary Sewer Replacement, Sheperd Hall to Education; 480, 733
Science, Technology, & Society, Certificate in; 646
Scientific & Technical Communication, MA & MS Degrees in; 232, 731
Snell Forum Reroofing Project; 631
Special Education Programs; 592
Strand Hall Modernization; 434
Student Family Housing; 437
Student Housing, Presidential; 437
Teacher Education Program (Extended) ; 590, 701
Telecommunications, Director of; 544
Termination due to Program Reduction; 342
35th Street Improvements; 434
Traffic Regulations, Parking Fees, & Enforcement Fines, Amendment to; 518
Tuition; 645
Underground Fuel Tanks Removal; 732
University Classroom Modernization Phase II; 434
University Classroom Modernization Phase III; 434
UO/OSU Consultation re Graduate Program in Economics, Report; 545
Utility Improvements; 434, 437
Utility Improvements/Sewer Separator/Construction; 434, 437
Veterinary Hospital & Diagnostic Laboratory Fee-for-Service Increase; 677
Veterinary Medicine, College of; 605
Warehouse #55 Reroofing; 631
Weatherford Hall Modernization; 437
Weniger Hall Reroofing-Lower Level Sections A & B; 86
Wiegand Hall Fume Hood Installation; 354
Wilkenson Hall Expansion; 434
Women's Building Modernization Phase II; 434
Women's Building Bio-Mechanics Laboratory; 147
Women's Building Shower Rooms Renovation; 482

OSSHE Strategic Plan 1987-93; 573, 578, 591
Oregon Student Lobby; 37, 248, 413, 665, 670
Oregon Supreme Court; 238
Oregon Tourism Institute; 10, 70, 189, 242, 295
OTKM Construction, Inc.; 266, 355, 481, 732
Oversight Subcommittee of House Ways and Means Committee; 688

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Pacific Northwest Bell, 263
Pacific Northwest Raptor Rehabilitation Corporation; 338
Pacific University; 579
PAE Consulting Engineers, Inc. ; 29
Parker Pole Buildings, Inc. ; 147
Patent Activity to Date; 119
Patterson, Snider, & Stewart; 731
Pence/Kelly Construction, Inc. ; 207
Pen-Nor, Inc. ; 14
Perkins Student Loan Program; 678
Perma Span of Oregon; 547
Perron, Robert, Architect; 265
Pioneer Waterproofing Company; 266
Police Standards & Training, Board on; 602
Pooled Endowment Fund; 57
Portland Council of Teaching Hospitals; 260
Portland Golf Club; 544
Portland Gray Panthers; 375

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Applied Linguistics, BA Degree in; 399
Ashbaugh, James G., Grievance Petition; 18, 496
Associated Students; 152
Athletic Issue, Review of; 58, 363
Auto Pullout Easement, Authorize; 612
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 293, 297
Budget Issues, Review of; 643
Campus & Grounds Building; 436
Campus Plan, Approval of; 334
Campus Visitation; 735
Consulting Surveying Services; 29, 631
Cramer Hall 3rd Floor Remodel; 149, 265, 436
Curricular Adjustments; 388, 399, 402
Dance, BA & BS Degree Program in; 573, 699
Dance, Certificate in; 573
Engineering Building; 436
Evaluation of N. A. Sicuro; 365, 554
Executive Vice President, Establishment of Position of; 558
Foreign Literature & Language, MA Degree in; 402, 731
Social Work, BA/BS Degree in, Elimination of; 338
Social Work, Ph.D. in; 584
Social Work & Social Research, Ph.D. in; 388, 731
Staff Analysis (Music Degree) ; 578
Student Housing; 439
Student Housing Block 153, Phase II; 439
Student Housing Expansion, Phase I and Phase II; 85, 733
Urban & Public Affairs; School of; 586
Vice President for Development Changed to Vice President for Development & External Affairs; 639
Vice President, Title Change; 639

Portland Veterans Administration Medical Center; 628
President's Report (Board) ; 32, 93, 211, 274, 356, 486, 549, 634, 736
Presidential Search Consultation Services; 149
Presidential Search Process, Review of; 64, 77
President's Reports (Institutional) ; 3, 147, 113, 177, 228, 278, 362,
Program Enhancements; 644

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Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 85, 147, 547, 631
Regional Colleges, Report of Task Force on; 497
Reports from Institutional Presidents; 3, 47, 113, 177, 228, 278, 362
Residence Classification Decisions by IRC, Meritorious Hardship; 187
Resolution for Sale of Article XI-F(1) Bonds; 522
Resolution on General Obligation Advance Refunding Bonds; 45, 215
Resolution on State Boards of Higher Education General Obligation Building Bonds, 1988 Series A, $9,320,000; 133, 212
Resolution, Tax on Graduate Teaching Fellows Educational Assistance; 182
Resolutions Honoring:

William E. Davis; 34
Charles Duncan; 277
Michael W. Hermens; 280
Janet S. Nelson; 482
James C. Petersen; 279

Review Form for Five-Year Teacher Preparation Programs; 87
Robinson Construction Company; 632
Robinson/Sherwood/Architects, Consulting Services; 546
Ronald McDonald House; 513
Royalty Income 1986-87; 118
Rubenstein's Contract Carpet; 266

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SACO General Contractors; 29
Salary Increases, 1988-89; 19, 256, 646
Salary Policy (Academic) 1989-1991; 306
Salomon Brothers; 57
Schneider Equipment, Inc. ; 633
Seattle-Northwest Securities, Inc. ; 44, 45
Semester Calendar, Public Hearings on; 664
Semester Conversion Decision; 662
Semester Conversion Meeting, Report on; 485
Semester System; 40, 210, 268, 549, 562, 662
Sharp & O'Hara Estate Property; 608
Shearson Lehman Brothers; 58
Shearson Lehman Hutton, Inc. ; 212, 551
Siecor Corporation; 355
Small Business Administration; 15
Smith Barney, Harris Upham Company, Inc. ; 563
Smith Brothers Office Environments, Inc. ; 266
Soils Testing Lab, Inc. ; 546, 732

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Academic Affairs, Appointment of Dean; 639
Art Department Complex Completion; 434
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 294
Britt Center; 340, 680
Britt Hall Rededication/Modernization; 434
Campus Bookstore Relocation; 680
Campus Visitation; 735
Center for Shakespearean Studies; 236
Central Hall Renovation; 434
Central Hall Reroofing Project; 631
Central-Taylor Site; 340
Churchill Hall; 340, 434
Computer Resource Fee; 610, 676
Computer Services Building; 265, 340, 434, 546
Council on Alcohol & Other Substances Awareness; 351
Curricular Adjustments; 234, 236
Dance Programs, BS/BA Degrees; 574
Dean of Academic Affairs, Appointment of Stephen J. Reno; 639
Elder Hostel Program; 238
Environmental Science Complex, Naming of; 338
Family Housing; 432
Hardball/Racquetball Court Addition; 434, 438
KSOR Listeners' Guild; 131
KSOR Auxiliary Facility at Roseburg; 131
Library Renovation Addition; 434
Mary Phipps Center, Medford Reroofing Project; 632
McNeal Hall Renovation/Addition/Remodel; 434, 438, 731
Medford Campus Expansion; 438
National Forensics Laboratory; 116
Organ Recital Room, Music Hall; 30
Palm Street Renovation/Development; 434, 438
Physical Education & Recreation Facilities; 434
Physical Plant Services Facility, Phase I, II, III; 434, 438
President's Report; 6, 116, 229
Running Track, Refurbishing; 17
Science Buildings Reroofing Project; 29, 148
Shakespearean Studies, Request for Authorization to Establish Center for; 236
Siskiyou Commons Rededication, Addition/Renovation; 434
Stevenson Union Addition, Authorization for; 680, 732
Student Information Application Software, SOSC & WOSC; 629
Student Information System (SIS) ; 629
Taylor Hall Renovation/Addition; 434
Theater Arts, BA/BS Degree in; 234, 731
Track/Tennis Court Rehabilitation; 432

Squier, L. R., Associates, Inc. ; 147, 546
SRH Alaska, Inc. ; 732
Standard & Poors; 58
Stanford Research Institute; 115
State Board of Higher Education Building Bonds, Series 1988C; 552
State Lottery Funds; 16, 148
State Racing Commission; 605
Strategic Plan, OSSHE, 1987-1993; 60, 236, 281, 377, 573, 575, 578, 591, 647, 654
Student Athletes, Academic Progress of, 1983-84 through 1986-87; 21
Summer Employment of Students; 51
Summer Session; 677
Summer Session Fee Book, 1988; 79, 94
Supplements; 94, 163
Sutherland Electrical Contractors, Inc. ; 85
Systems Support Services; 530
Systemwide Student Reporting File; 630

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Task Force on Regional Colleges; 10, 674
Task Force on Regional Colleges, Report on; 497
TBG Architects & Planners, P.C. ; 29, 480, 546
Teacher Education Program; 87, 282
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission; 10, 592
Technology Transfer Program, Total Information System; 119, 262
Telecommunications Project, Progress Report on; 543
Telecommunications System; 497
Total Information System; 262
Tourism Institute; 645
Transfer Students, Agreement on General Education Requirements; 229
Trent, Jon, Painting; 481
Tuition, 1989-1991; 300

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Umpqua Roofing Company, Inc. ; 457
Unclassified Salary Adjustments; 644
United Mechanical Contractors, Inc. ; 633
U. S. Department of Agriculture; 541
U. S. Department of Commerce; 131
U. S. Department of Energy; 30, 208
U. S. Fish & Wildlife Services; 116, 338
United States National Bank; 544
U. S. West Information Systems; 543
University Designation for Three Regional Colleges; 674
University of Alabama System; 638

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accessibility for Handicapped/Removal of Barriers (Hendricks & Gerlinger Hall & Annex) ; 29, 480, 632
Adult Education Center; 435
Allen Hall Addition and Alteration; 435
Alumni Center; 435
Amazon Family Housing Roofing Project, Phase IV; 547
Aquarium Suite Huestis Hall; 733
Aquatic Facilities Improvements; 435, 438
Architecture & Allied Arts Additions & Alterations; 70, 147, 207, 265, 435, 684
Asian & Pacific Studies, Authorization to Establish Center for; 377
Athletic Facility Construction; 132
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Completion; 438
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Demolition; 85, 355
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Phase II; 438
Autzen Stadium Improvements/Seating Interior Finishes Project; 266
Autzen Stadium Improvements/Skysuites/Press Box; 207
Baker, Fredrick Charles, Scholarship & Chair in Design, Gift for; 4
Beall Concert Hall Additions and Alterations; 435
Bean Hall ECMs BPA/IBP; 148
Beekman Professorship of Northwest & Pacific History; 629
Bicycle Facilities Improvements, Authorization of; 683
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 293, 296
Board/Institutional Relations; 88
Bonneville Power Administration, Agreement with; 677
Campaign for Oregon; 228
Campus Entry and Street Improvements; 435, 438

Campus Organization for a Substance Abuse Free Environment; 347
Campus Reroofing Phase III/Clinical Services Building, Condon Hall, PLC, & Villard Stage Loft; 149
Campus Visitation; 734
Campus West Gate Project, Phase III; 355
Carson Hall Elevator Consulting Services; 207
Carson Hall Elevator Modifications; 547
Center for Asian & Pacific Studies; 377
Chambers, Carolyn, Gift; 228
Classroom Improvements; 435
College of Education Addition and Alterations; 435
Columbia Terrace Roofing & Drainage; 354
Computer Center, Accessibility for Handicapped; 30
Computer Resource Fee; 610, 676
Computing Center, Addition & Alterations; 435
Condensate System Refurbishment; 267
Condon School Acquisition; 435
Condon School Alterations; 435
Consulting Services 1988; 546
Controlled Temperature Room Equipment. 266
Curricular Adjustments; 377
Dance Programs BA/BS Degrees; 574
Dannemiller Construction; 632
Data Network-Fiber Optic Cable Rebid; 355
Data Network-Fiber Optic Cable Installation; 354
Deady & Villard Restoration, Phase II; 435
Department of Computer & Information Science Projects; 4
Earl Hall, ECMs - USDOE/ICP; 732
Early Semester System; 55
East Campus Roofing Phase II; 481
East Campus Painting Phase II (Part 1 & 2) ; 481, 733
1823 Moss Street Improvements; 632
Erb Memorial Union Asbestos Abatement; 30
Erb Memorial Union Main Floor South Alterations; 438
Erb Memorial Union Outdoor Program Storage; 432
Esslinger-Gerlinger Field Drainage; 435, 438
Esslinger Hall, Room 105, Remodel; 265
Esslinger Hall, Second Floor, Addition; 435
Foreign Language Building; 435
Grieshaber Estate Property Sale; 264
Hamilton Hall Kitchen Alteration; 432
Hamilton Hall Reroofing Project; 149
Handicapped, Accessibility for; 29
Hardball/Racquetball Complex Completion; 435, 438
Hayward Field, Report on Completion of Intergovernmental Agreement for; 84
Hayward Field Improvements,

Phase II(a) ; 29, 208
Phase II(b) ; 147, 548
Phase III ; 355

Hayward Field (Stevenson Track) Project; 482
Hayward Field Renovations, Phase IV (Warm-up Track) ; 632
Heat Plant Modifications; 435, 438
Heating Plant Feasibility Studies; 29
Hendricks Hall Alterations (Phase I Completion) ; 435
Hogged Fuel Storage Facility; 546
Housing Department Reserves; 733
Huestis Hall, Aquarium Suite; 266
Improvement of Various Campus Facilities; 435
Institute of Marine Biology (Interior Improvements) ; 147
Institute of Molecular Biology, Gift to for Research; 4
Instructional Communications; 435, 438
Instructional Fields (Phase I) ; 435
Introduction of New Staff Members; 496
Johnson Hall, ECMs BPA/IBP; 208
Knight Library Addition & Alterations; 432, 480, 546, 732
Lane Transit District; 681
Law Center Building, ECMs BPA/IBP; 30
Law Center Library Addition; 435
Library; 645
Licensing Activity; 120
Main Library Named Knight Library; 339
Markey, Lucille P., Charitable Trust, Grant from; 4
Master's in Education Administration, Cooperative Program with EOSC; 179
McArthur Court ECMs BPA/IBP; 30
Military Science Addition & Alteration; 435
Museum of Art Addition & Alteration; 435
Museum of Natural History Courtyard named for Glenn Starlin; 278
Museum of Natural History Replacement; 267
Natural History Museum; 379
Oregon Hall Addition & Alteration; 435
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, Boathouse Named for Paul Rudy; 278
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, (Dock Facility & Improvements) ; 30
Parking Improvements; 432, 681
Physical Plant Administration & Shop Building; 435, 438
President's Report; 3, 113, 228
Presidential Search Committee; 549, 563, 564, 736
Presidential Search Process; 564
Primary Electrical Distribution System Improvements; 267
Printing Department Relocation; 435
Robinson Theatre Safety Deficiencies; 17
Sale of Portion of Beekman Property; 540
Savage, Carlton Raymond & Wilberta Ripley, Endowed Visiting Professorship in International Relations & Peace, Established; 4
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations (Energy Monitoring Control System) ; 207
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations Project (Science IVA) ; 29, 632
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations (Science Annex & Museum Remodels) ; 208, 267
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations (Utility Tunnel Piping) ; 208
Science Library Asbestos Abatement; 148
Science Main Block Building ECMs USDOE/ICP; 208
Science I BPA/IBP, ECMs; 208
Science II ECMs USDOC/ICP; 208
Science II #38/ECMs BPA/ICP; 548
Science III ECMs, USDOE/ICP; 482
Science III ECMs, BPA/IBP; 30
Shelton Property Sale; 344, 479
1670 Columbia Street Fire Restoration; 732
Small Scale Energy Loan Program; 200
13th Avenue Improvements; 632
Tuition; 645
U. S. Department of Education Grant for Treatment of Mentally Retarded; 3
Utility Tunnel Piping; 208
Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost, Appointment of; 121
Vice President, Title Change; 639
Villard Hall-Robinson Theatre Addition & Alterations; 435
Walker, Luise, Grievance of; 571
Walton/Decou Interior Renovations; 207, 481, 733
Westmoreland Family Housing Day Care; 548
Westmoreland Family Housing Exterior Stain Renovation (Phase III) ; 30
Westmoreland Family Housing Exterior Painting (Phase IV) ; 481
Westmoreland Family Housing Reroofing Project (Phase IV) ; 547

University of Portland; 579
Upper Valley Builders, Inc. ; 147

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Washington Roofing Company; 29
Watt, Michael J., Inc.; 148, 548
WEGroup, P.C., Architects; 202, 207, 337, 354
WICHE, Residence Classification Under; 188
WICHE, Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 393

WESTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Admission Standards; 592
AD-VANTAGE; 352
Architectural Services, WEGroup Architects & Planners; 207
Beginning Teachers Clinics; 595
Biennial Budget 1989-1991; 294
Board on Police Standards & Training; 145
Business/Math/Computer Building; 432
Campus Improvements, Authorize Various; 602
Center for Excellence; 177
Computer Resource Fee; 610, 676
Dance Program, BS/BA Degrees; 574
Developmental Workshops; 592
Dormitory Addition; 202, 432, 480, 646, 731, 732
Early Semester System; 54
Education School, Joint Venture with OSU; 195
Extended Teacher Education Program; 590, 701
Fine Arts Complex; 433
Housing, Rajneesh Puram; 202
Instructional Technology Center; 47
Jampsa Property Purchase; 209
Land Purchase; 132
Library Expansion/Modernization; 433
Loftus Property Purchase; 209
Maaske Hall Renovations; 354, 602
Oregon Police Academy; 145
Physical Education Field House & Swim Center; 433
Physical Plant & Utility Tunnel; 433
President's Report; 47, 177, 363
Property Acquisitions, Report of; 209
Public Service Park; 177
School of Education Expansion/Remodel; 433
Special Education Programs; 592
Student Information Application Software, Acquisition of; 629
Summer Session Policy; 594
Teacher Education Program (Extended) ; 590, 701
Teaching Research Division ; 196, 362
Undergraduate Level Teacher Certification Programs; 590
Various Campus Improvements, Electrical Loop; 433, 546
Western Boulevard Improvements; 434

Western School Supply; 266
Westlake Consultants; Inc. ; 29
Willamette University; 579

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