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

1989





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Abeloe/Breeden AIA Architects 488
Academic Council 362, 500, 513
Academic Marketplace: Faculty Recruitment & Appointment; Promotion; Tenure, & Post-tenure Review; &

Faculty Development & Retention 610, 611

Academic Salary Plan, $29M 71
Academic Year Fee Book

Policy Changes 349
Report of Public Hearing on 352

Academics, Salary increase Fund for 67
Adding or deleting an option to an approved program, approval delegated to Chancellor 206
Ad hoc committee to review faculty sanction issue 387
Administrative Information Systems, Progress report on 62, 380, 484, 621
Administrative Procedures Act 385
Administrative Rules

Academic Year Fee Book, 580-40-040 144, 348, 352, 355
Affirmative Action Goals, 580-50-027 300
Affirmative Action Requirements, 580-50-028 300
Comprehensive Plan Coordination, 580-50-001 534, 575
Discretionary Review of Academic Non-Disciplinary Personnel Decisions, 580-21-390 212
Grievance Procedures, 580-21-050 212
Institution Foundations, Division 46 395
Institution Foundations 361, 393
Summer Session Fee Book, 1989, 580-40-035 48
Timely Notice, 580-21-305 218, 304
Relations with Affiliated Organizations, 580-41-005 395
Sabbatical Leave, 580-21-245 537
Sabbatical Leave, 580-21-200 through 580-21-240 537
State Land Use & Campus Plans, 580-50-001 533

Admission & enrollment policies, advisory committee to analyze, evaluate & develop 194
Admission policy

1990-91 178, 196
Special 5% 192

Admission requirements Effective 1990-91 183

Proposed 1990-91 182

Adult & Family Services 151, 418
Advance registration deposit Renamed 350
Advance tuition deposit 353
Advisory work groups 443, 476
Affirmative Action Goals, Enrollment 497

Rules 419

Alumni Advocate Program, IFS promotion of 273
American Association of University Professors 273, 538
American Bar Association, Accreditation review of UO Law School 544, 546
American Electronics Assoc. 550
American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) 485
American Theater Assoc. (ATA) 519
American University 172
Amundson Assoc. 267
Anderson Perry & Assoc. 466
Anderson, Wayne, Construction, Inc. 321, 436
Ankrom Moisan Assoc., Architects 382
Annual Report, 1988 172
Appendix 621
Application fee 354
Appointments

Board members 270

Arc Electric, Inc. 170
Armstrong, R. J., & Assoc. 436
Arris Corp. 489
Article XI-F(1) Bonds, Sale of $29,322,000 326
Article XI-G Bonds, Sale of $11,092,500 326
Ashland, Shortage of student & faculty housing 621
Assoc. Vice Chancellor for Facilities Div., Appointment of George Pernsteiner 4
Associated Students, UO, Testimony re Administrative Rules on Affirmative Action 302
Assoc. for Computing Machinery (ACM) curriculum committee on computer science 237
Assoc. of Oregon Faculties (AOF) 273, 538
Athletes, Academic progress of student 128
Atlas Tracks, Inc. 608
Attorney General Opinion #7199 211, 215, 256, 316
Automatic data processing 242, 243, 311

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B & I Interiors 267
Baccalaureate Bond Program 328
Bagley Contractors, Inc. 435
Balzhiser & Hubbard (Engineers) 608
Barton, L. Rudolph, Consulting Service 320
BAS

See Budget Allocation System

Beacon Electric 468
Beaver Plumbing & Heating, Inc. 170, 267, 467
Benedictine Nursing Center, Mt. Angel 517, 573
Benton Electrical, Inc. 608
Biennial Budget, 1989-1991 330, 342
Block transfer

Agreement with community colleges 192
Program 197

Bloodworth, Ellis, Seder, McNamara, Architects 434, 467
Board of Education, Joint meeting 270, 322, 386, 391, 440
Board/Institutional Relations Committee 269, 393
Board breakfast 323
Board luncheon 81, 130, 173, 219, 270, 387, 472, 551, 610
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 20, 1989 1
February 17, 1989 82
March 17, 1989 131
April 21, 1989 174
May 19, 1989 220
June 15, 1989 271
July 21, 1989 324
September 7, 1989 389
October 20, 1989 441
November 16, 1989 474
December 14, 1989 552

Board Meetings (Special)

August 2, 1989 388

Board member

Appointments 270
Items 80, 128, 172, 217, 269, 321, 385, 439, 469, 550, 609

Board renewal session 386, 470, 610
Board retreat 81, 322, 323, 330
Board's Bylaws

See Bylaws

Bonds

Article XI-F(1), Sale of 326
Article XI-G, Sale of 326
Resolution for sale 325

Bonneville Power Administration 170
Brosterhous Construction Co. 608
Brown & Caldwell, Inc. 435
Buckaroo-Thermoseal, Inc. 468
Budget Allocation System (BAS) 202, 333

Equity adjustment 333

Budget, Operating, 1989-90, 1990-91 330
Builders Insulating & Roofing, Inc. 436
Building Fee 338, 348, 353
Burge' & Assoc. 437
Bylaws

Amendments to correct statutory references 305
Duties of Secretary of the Board & Asst. Secretary 424

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California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) 46
California Oregon Broadcasting Investments 531
Capital Construction

Budget, 1989-1991 368
Priority list to Finance Committee, Progress report 621
list from building fees 140
Request, modifications 1989-1991 96

Capital repair fund 94, 331
Carlson Testing, Inc. 127
Carson, Bekooy, Gulick & Assoc. 467
Center for Urban Research in Education (CURE), Presentation 89, 494
Central Office Organization, Ad hoc committee 88
Central office staffing 330
Central Oregon Community College (COCC) 114
Central Oregon Consortium 114

Resolution in support of 115

Central Oregon Council on Higher Education, Report 80

CENTRALIZED ACTIVITIES

Financial Information System 334
Lemman, W.T., Retirement 475
Reallocation of funds for faculty salaries 293
Salary adjustments 69
Self-financing reduction, Academic & classified salary adjustments 332

Certificate of recognition honoring

Alltucker, John W. 276
Brooks, Kasey K. 276
Lemman, W.T. 84
Olum, Paul 274
Pierce, Lawrence C. 274

Certificates of Participation (COP) 381
Chambers, R.A., & Assoc., Inc. 268
Chancellor's Office staffing 88
Chancellor's report 3, 85, 132, 175, 222, 272, 329, 390, 443, 475, 553
Changes in program title, Approval delegated to Chancellor 206
Charitable Trust Laws 407
Child Care Services 66, 109
Chronicle of Higher Education 551

President Meyers, Article re 81

Clackamas Construction, Inc. 383
Classified salary adjustment 337
Colorado, University of 504
Commencement assignments 129
Commendation, Lett of, W.C. Neland 84
Committee of the Whole, Report on other items from 361
Communications 130, 217, 322, 440
Community Colleges

Admission policy effect on 196
Block transfer agreement 192

Comprehensive land use plans 576
Comprehensive planning process 392
Comprehensive plans & report re minority education 502
Computer resource fee 339
Consent agenda 210
Corporate affiliate 1987-88, 1988-89, Net worth comparisons by 579
Corvallis, City of 433

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Daily Journal of Commerce 62, 380
Degree acquisition for black students, Reduction 500
Delegation of approval of routine items to Chancellor 205
Dept. of Energy 371
Dept. of Justice 379
Diethelm, Jerome, Architect 434
Disciplinary action, ad hoc committee to review 439
Doty, Merle, & Son, Inc. 468
Drake, Donald M., Co. 437

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Early Roofing Services, Inc. 382, 436

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Accreditation report; 3
Badgley Hall, Request for Deferred Maintenance Funds:366
Campus Boundaries, Revision of; 412, 465
Campus Visit; 217
Classroom/Lab Building Named for M.J. Loso; 3
Computer Resource Fee; 339
Computer Science Program; 236
Energy Conservation Improvements-Heating & Cooling System (SELP); 64
Extended Teacher Education Program Proposal; 9, 281, 409
La Grande, City of, Bargain & Sale Deed to; 374
Library Opening; 469
Monkhouse Property, Sale of; 225, 316, 487
Nursing Program; 116
Physical Education and Health, BA/BS in; 409, 463
Physical Plant, Receiving & Storage Survey; 466
Program Reductions & Elimination; 70
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing, of; 69
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Surplus Property, Authorization To Dispose of; 412, 465
Target Enrollment; 203
Teacher Education Proposal; 291
Tennis Courts, Authorization to Seek an Increase in Other Funds Limitation for; 413
Western Undergraduate Exchange; 363

Economic Development Commission; 322, 386, 391, 440
Economic Development, Department of; 250, 315, 609
Economic Development Steering Commit; 533, 609
Edelman Naiman Bissett , Architects; 382
Education, Department of; 609
Education-related Business Activities, Policy on; 52
ED-NET, Resolution in Support of; 112
E.E.S.I., Inc.; 434
Election of Board Officers; 323
Emanuel Hospital; 151
Emergency Board; 251, 252, 367, 369, 371, 373
Employee Benefits - Flexible Benefits; 337
Endex Engineering, Inc.; 267
Endowed Chairs; 444
Endowed Professorships; 444
Endowment Funds - General Fund Match; 335, 347
Endowments & Investments, Overview of; 473
Enrollment Caps (Ceilings); 217, 218, 286, 443
Enrollment Fall Term; 476
Enrollment Level, Target (Funded) ; 202, 334
Enrollment Management, Authority to Use Selective Admissions as; 191, 331, 443
Enrollment Management Committee; 354
Enrollment Management Policy for 1989-1991; 201, 333, 365, 476, 556
Enrollment Management Proposal; 196
Enrollment, Relationship Between Access & Quality; 195
Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action; 554
ETS Pacific, Inc.; 435
Eugene School District; 136
Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) ; 562
Evaluation of Institutional Presidents to Include Consulting with Faculty on Academic Issues; 225
Executive Department; 448
Executive Session; 386, 438, 471
Extended Teacher Education Program, Guidelines for; 7, 279
Extended Teacher Education Programs, Policy Issues re; 11, 349

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Facilities Division Activities, Summary of; 63, 127, 170, 215, 267, 320, 382, 434, 466, 488, 608
Faculty Development & Retention; 617
Faculty, Effect of Research Environment on the Development of; 618
Faculty Equity Issues; 223
Faculty Fighting Fund; 334, 336
Faculty Recruitment & Promotion, & Tenure; 610
Faculty Recruitment & Retention; 331
Faculty Retirements & Turnover; 612
Faculty Salaries; 224
Faculty Sanction, Board Review of; 386, 387
Farewell Comments from John Alltucker; 277
Federal Aviation Agency; 449
Fifth-Year Teacher Education Program; 6, 85, 152
Financial Application Software for OSSHE; 62
Financial Information System; 486
Five Percent Special Admission Policy; 192, 199
Flatebo, T., & Associates, Inc. ; 434
Ford, Stephen H., Inc. ; 608
Foreign Students, Percentage of; 195
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 340
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee, Appointments to; 58, 424, 483
Foundation Activities, Audit of; 405
Foundation Funds, Control of Expenditures from; 406
Foundation Policy; 393
Foundations, Statement of Expectations to Guide Presidents in use of Funds; 408
Foundations, Withdrawal of Recognition or Dissolution of; 404
Fuiten's Plumbing & Heating Company; 64
Fujiani Hilts & Associates, Inc., Consulting Services; 63

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Garfield Hacker, Architects; 46,93
Gazley, Plowman, Atkinson, Architects; 382
Gene's Roofing Service, Inc.; 383
General Services, Department of; 257
Gift, Grant, & Contract Income & Affiliated Organizations Income & Expenditures,

1987-88 & 1988-89, Annual Report of; 578

Glumac & Associates, Inc. ; 435
Governor's Commission on Higher Education in Portland Metropolitan Area; 176, 273, 476
Governor's Endowments for Excellence Program at OSU-UO,

1989-1991 Biennial Budget - Proposed Guidelines; 76

Governor's Minority Business Task Force; 303
Governor's 1989-1991 Budget Recommendations, Institutional Responses to; 66
Graduate Education Programs, (TSPC) Division 16 Standards for;

10, 281 Graham, James D., & Associates; 435 Grasle, W. R., Company; 128

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Hackenbruck, Terry, Construction; 64, 436
Hamm, Lonnie, & Associates; 436
Harvey & Price Company; 321
Health & Administration & Public Health Programs, coordinated Plan for the Delivery of; 514, 569
Health Care Delivery Costs; 347
Health and Physical Education in Oregon,

Inter institutional Committee to Prepare a Study of the Training Needs &
Opportunities in the Areas of; 508

Health Policy, Office of; 517
Health Service Fee; 338, 349
Hess, Todd, Building Company; 437
Hewlett Packard; 236
Higher Education in Portland, Coordination & Development of; 86, 621

Propose Commission for; 86

Higher Education - Relationships with Other Sectors of Education; 392
Hilts, David W., Architect; 382
Honorary Doctorates; 4
House Education Committee; 385
Housing Policy Changes; 352
Housing Problems, Study of, in Eugene/Springfield Area; 251
Housing Studies, Joint Center for;157
Human Resources, Department of; 504
Hyland, John, Construction, Inc.; 321, 437

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Incidental Fee; 338, 349
Independent Estimators; 422
Indigent Health Care; 222
Inflation Adjustments; 32
Institutional Degree Lists, Confirmation of; 463
Instruction Committee, Report from; 159
Instruction Fee (Tuition) Policy for 1989-1991; 331, 38, 347
Instruction Fees, 1985-1987 Biennium; 348
Intel Corporation; 234, 236
Intercollegiate Athletics; 331, 336
Inter institutional Committee on Computer Science; 236, 237
Inter institutional faculty Senate; 225, 273, 470, 538
Inter institutional Faculty Senate,

Appointment of Representatives to Board Committees; 273
Report from; 88, 217, 443, 555
Representatives at Board Meetings; 476
Suggestions re Timely Notice Proposal,
Library Funding, & Faculty Involvement in Program Reduction ; 273

Internal Management Directives:

Authority of Chancellor, Proposed Revision to 1.020; 423
Budgeted Support of Affiliated Organization, Repeal of 6.421; 395
Contracts with Affiliated Organizations, Repeal of 6.431; 395
Long-range Campus Development Planning, Adoption of IMD 7.100; 535, 575
Plans, Specifications, & Contracts, Amendment of IMD 7.130(1) (a); 209, 264
Policy for Education -related Business Activities, Section 6; 52
Purpose of Independent Affiliated Organizations, Repeal of 6.401; 395
Receipt and Use of Gifts and Bequests, Repeal of 6.411; 395

Interim Legislative Committee on Teacher Education, 1986-87; 6
International Trade Institute; 248
Items from Board Members; 80, 172, 217, 269, 321, 385, 439, 469, 550, 609

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Jacksonville, City of, 211, 381
Joint Meetings; 391
JRH Transportation Engineering; 434
JTM Associates; 485
Juhr, Thomas R., Corporation; 127
Justice, Department of; 416

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Kast Construction, Inc. ; 468
Keck Foundation; 420
Kittelson & Associates, Inc. ; 382
KOTI - TV Facility; 532

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Land Conservation & Development, Department of, 534
Land Conservation & Development Commission (OAR 660, Division 30) ; 575
Land Use Regulations; 576
Lane County; 254
Lebanon Servco, Inc. ; 383, 437, 488
Legislative Assembly, 1989; 202, 378
Legislative Assignments; 81
Legislative Budget Developments, Report on; 125
Legislative Fiscal Office; 448
Legislative Report; 133, 176, 223, 329
Legislature, 1989:

Education Subcommittee of Ways and Means; 172, 288
HB 2314, Visiting State System Institutions; 385
HB 3001, Small Business Program; 419
HB 3038, 217, 223, 224, 279, 281, 291, 321, 409, 426
Joint Committee of Ways and Means; 133, 150
SB 618; 223, 224, 321
SB 879, Faculty Participation & Consultation in State System Governance; 224, 225, 321
SB 5559 Budget Note; 421
Student Building Fee; 348
Ways and Means Subcommittee for Education; 4

Legislature, 1989-1991:

Enrolled SB 5572; 368

Lerch, Bates & Associates ; 434
Lewis and Clark College; 248, 250, 315
Lorentz Bruun Company; 127
Lottery Funding, Report on; 391
Lottery Funds; 329
Lottery Video Game; 335

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Marion Construction Company; 64
Marquess & Associates, Inc. ; 488
Martin, Schultz, & Geyer, Architects; 63
May, John, Construction Company; 64
McClanathan & Associates, Inc. ; 488
McKenzie Commercial Contractors, Inc. ; 383. 437, 468
McNamara, James A., Engineering Services; 63, 320
McPheeters Electric Company; 468
Medicare & Medicaid Reimbursement Practices; 147
Mellon Foundation; 612
Mentor Graphics; 234
Michael & Lakeman, Architectural Services; 127
Mid-valley Gravel Company; 64
Minorities in Graduate Programs, Under representation of; 501, 568
Minority Achievement Scholarship; 498
Minority Disadvantaged, and Women Business Enterprises,

1988 Report on Participation in Capital Construction;126

Minority Education; 198
Minority Education - Institutional Plans, Including Graduate Education; 621
Minority Enrollment, Goal of Increasing; 195
Minority Enrollment Initiative; 199, 495
Minority Recruitment; 129
Minority Student Enrollment & Graduation Trends; 495, 564
Minority Student Support; 199
Minutes, Approval of; 3, 83, 132, 175, 221, 272, 325, 390, 42, 475, 553
Morrison Refrigerator & Heating; 64
Morse Brothers, Inc. ; 467
Mortier, Emile (Engineer) ; 608

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National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) ; 129
National Association of Home Builders, National Research Center; 157
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) ; 161
National Association of Sport and P. E. (NASPE) ; 410
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) ; 161
National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) ; 9, 281, 282
National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences; 103
National Institutes of Health; 307
National Science Foundation; 420, 554
National Standardized Engineering Test Scores; 4
National Telecommunications & Information Administration; 107
New Building, Operation & Maintenance of; 94, 332, 346
Nominating Committee, Appointment of; 218
Nonresident Student, Percentage of the Cost of Instruction Paid by; 346
North Carolina, University of, (Chapel Hill) ; 504
Northland Furniture Company; 267
Northwest Christian College Dormitory (Marion Hall) ; 60
Northwest Engineering Service, Inc., Consulting Services; 63; 467
Nurses, Supply & Demand for; 116, 125
Nursing Education, Availability of of Clinical Sites for Students; 117
Nursing Education, Community College Programs; 123
Nursing Education, Long-term Funding for the Satellite Program; 117

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Oak Hill Construction Corporation; 267
Office of Education Policy and Planning (OEPP) ; 10, 16, 20, 23, 85, 124, 152, 218, 513, 609
Office of Education Policy and Planning, Response to Education Programs; 85
Office of Health Policy; 573
Ohio State; 354
Operation & Maintenance of Buildings, Development of Strategy re Inadequate Resource Allocation for; 621
Operating Budget, 1989-90, 1990-91; 330
Oregon Association; 609
Oregon Association of Hospitals; 130
Oregon Baccalaureate Bonds; 326
Oregon Business Leader of the Year (Richard F. Hensley); 132
Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education (OCATE) ;

129, 238, 242, 293, 312, 331, 332, 351, 385, 439, 469, 550, 553

Oregon Community College Council, Resolution of; 273
Oregon Community Foundation; 494, 563
Oregon Department of Energy; 559
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; 141
Oregon Economic Development Commission; 322, 386, 391, 440
Oregon Education Association; 152, 287, 288
Oregon Employment Division; 234
Oregon Federation of Teachers; 287
Oregon Graduate Center; 234, 235, 238, 240, 241, 244, 310, 312, 331
Oregon Health Decisions Organization; 232, 307

OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY:

Appreciation to OHSU; 221
Architectural Consulting Services; 382
Area Health Education Centers; 331, 382
Baird Hall; 372, 452
Baird Hall East Entrance (rebid) ; 383
Baird Hall Electrical Distribution Improvements; 268
Basic Science Building; 91, 170, 327, 433, 467, 560
Biomedical Information Communications Center; 46, 437, 560
Bus Turnout, Deed & Easement to City of Portland; 299
Casey Eye Center; 298, 560
Center for Ethics in Health Care, Interdisciplinary; 306
Center for New Ventures; 128
Center for New Ventures,

Remodel for Department of Radiology Memorial Conference/Library Room; 64, 490
Remodel for Department of Radiology Research Lab; 171

Center for Occupational Disease Research; 91, 97
Center for Research on Occupational & Environment Toxicology (CROET) ; 433, 560
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center; 341, 384

East End Library Reroofing; 468
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293, 340
Survey of HVAC Systems; 63

Dental School Animal Area Ceiling & Lighting Replacement Project; 437
Dental School, 8th Floor Animal Area, HVAC Alteration; 268
Dental School Elevator Modernization Project; 321
Dental School Labs 404, 405, 223, 702, 704, 717B Remodel; 171, 383, 608
Easement to Construct & Maintain Stairway; 260
Engineering Consulting Services; 435
Enrollment Limits, Excluded from; 203
Equipment, Gift of & Related Costs from AT&T; 487
Excellence Program; 68
Expenditure Limit, Amendment of; 91
Eye Center - $3,400,000; 327
Federal Government, Authorization to Deed Lands to; 536
Foundation; 560
General Fund/Private Match Excellence Program; 72
Gerber, Lydia, Sale of Estate Property of; 215
Geriatrics Center of Excellence; 233, 308
Health Sciences Building/Nursing; 93
Hematology & Oncology Labs, Establish Limitation for Project To Construct; 452, 481
House Staff, Salary Adjustments for 1989-1990; 261
Indigent Health Care; 222
Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research; 609
Interdisciplinary Center for Ethics in Health Care; 226
Long-Range Planning Process; 222
Mackenzie Hall; 372
Mackenzie Hall Surgery Offices, Suite 3160; 127
Marquam Plaza & Marquam II; 126, 453
Marquam Properties, Report of Lease/Option for; 126, 453
Marquam Pump Main & 6" Db Type Duct, Installation of; 64, 438
Master Campus Plan; 320
Medical Practitioners; 419
Medical Research Building, Carbonizing Furnace Project; 127, 469
Medical Research Building, Cooling System Improvements; 171
Medical Research Building, Electrical Upgrade Project; 128, 437
Medical Research Building, Exhaust Air Balance Investigation; 127
Medical Research Foundation; 64
Motor Pool Relocation Project, Electrical Engineering Services; 435
Neighborhood Association, Presentation by; 270
Nursing Outreach Program; 80, 116
Nursing,

Proposal for Implementation of an Outreach program for the Baccalaureate Degree in; 116

Nursing School Building; 560
Office Space, $4,730,000; 327, 417
Opthamology, Request to Release Quasi-endowment for; 561
Outpatient Clinic, 1st floor Remodel, East Entrance; 268
Outpatient Clinic Building, 4th Floor Minor Surgery Suites & Lab; 489
Outpatient Clinic, Lab Building, Naming of; 372
Parking/Office Structure (Utility Relocation Site Work) ; 65, 609
Parking Structure II & V; 454, 560
Patient Equipment - $3 Million; 327
Patient Parking Structure; 299
Pedestrian Bridge, Authorizing Release of Other Funds for Construction of; 453, 454, 482
Physical Plant Building Mechanical Upgrade #1; 128
Physical Plant Payroll/Personal Remodel; 66
PGE/IBP ECM Implementation; 216
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 71
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 68
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Sharpe & O'Harra Estates Property, Sale of; 425
Sky bridge, Covered; 378
Steam & Chilled Water Privatization Project; 488
Student Center Parking Structure #5; 127
Student Union-$4,925,000; 327
Student Union Building, Swimming Pool Addition & Building Alterations; 383
Tower House Driveway Replacement (Rebid) ; 489
Traffic Improvements Made at SW Sam Jackson Park Road; 299
U.S. Government Veterans Administration, Easement to;259, 319
University Hospital, Forecast of 1989-91 Budget Deficit; 147, 341
UHN, Clinical Lab, Outpatient Clinic, Emergency & Northwest Wing; 171
UHN, 1SW, Remodel for Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic; 268
UHS, Angiography Remodel; 216
UHS, Pedestrian Bridge; 453
UHS, (13A & 14A) Pediatric Isolation, Air Conditioning Upgrade; 171
UHS, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Relocation; 171
UHS, Radiology Expansion; 128
UHS, 7C SICU Renovations; 437
Veterans Administration Hospital, Authorization to Execute an Easement; 378
Veterans Affairs Medical Center; 453
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Appointment of; 222
Vice President for Development & Public Affairs, Establishment of Position of; 477
Vollum Institute For Biomedical Research 2nd Floor Remodel; 217, 467

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Admission Changes; 179
Campus Visit; 217
Classroom/Lab Building Audiovisual Systems; 66
Classroom/Lab Building Furnishings Bids A, B, C, & D; 128, 171
Classroom/Lab Building Window Treatments; 128
Computer Resources Fee; 339
Cornett Hall Diesel Lab Fume Exhaust; 171
Geothermal Injection Well; 438
Klamath Falls, City of; 372
Nursing Program; 122
Parking Improvements - $500,000; 327
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 69
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 69
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Shaw Historical Library Remodel; 267, 608
Student Information Application Software; 380
Surplus Property, Authorization to Dispose of; 531
Target Enrollment; 203
Utilities Extension; 268
Utility Improvements, Authorization to Expend Funds for; 372
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 363, 364

Oregon Laws 1985, Chapter 640; 453
Oregon Laws 1989, Chapter 734; 561
Oregon Liquor Control Commission; 418
Oregon Military Department (National Guard) ; 108, 414
Oregon Pacific Development Company; 126
Oregon Police Academy; 108, 414
Oregon Revised Statutes 197.090(1) (b) ; 534
Oregon Revised Statutes 197.180; 533, 575
Oregon Revised Statutes 273.201, 273.205, 273.211, and 273.216; 255, 316
Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 200; 300
Oregon State Employment Division; 505

OREGON STATE SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION:

Acquisition of Financial Application Software; 62, 380
Admission Requirements Effective 1990-91; 179
Biennial Budget, 1989-1991; 342
Financial Information System (System wide) ; 486
High School Relations Program; 159
Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Appointment of Richard Hill as;330
Internal Audit Division; 405
Pacific Basin Report; 245, 246
Plan for Nursing Education in the OSSHE; 116
Student Loan Application Software; 380
Student Services at OSSHE Institutions; 471
Telecommunications Project; 381
Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs; 330
Vice Chancellor Searches; 87, 133

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accessibility for Handicapped Phase III, Contract D: Toilets; 382
Accounting, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in; 57
Administration Building Central Phone Switch Halon Fire Suppression System; 215, 384
Administration Building Telecommunications Equipment Housing; 170, 384
Administration Services Building Expansion; 489
Admission Changes; 179
Agricultural Engineering, B.S., Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Agricultural Engineering Technology , B.S., Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Agriculture Experiment Station, Other Funds Offset; 337, 340
Agriculture Science Building II - $7,542,500; 327
Apperson Hall Reroofing; 384
Appreciation for Visit; 85
Beach Farm Property - Second Lease to OSU Foundation for Golf Course; 605
Benton County, Easement to, (Relocating Irish Bend Covered Bridge) ; 319
Benton Hall Acoustical Remodel Project; 170, 468
Bloss Residence Hall, Reroofing Projects; 382
Board/Institutional Relations Committee; 269
Campus Way 11th-14th Streets Widening Project; 467
Central Oregon Experiment Station; 449, 468
Child Care Facility - $1,210,000 ; 327
Coastal Oregon Productivity Enhancement Program; 340
Computer Science Building, Roof Repair for; 377, 436
Computer Science Program; 235, 312
Consulting Engineering Services; 467
Cooperative Extension Services - Other Funds Offset; 337, 340
Covell Hall B Alterations, Project #12; 216
Covell Hall Fire Escape; 438
Craft Design Program, Elimination of Program; 293
Dixon Aquatic Facility - $5,405,000; 327
Dixon Recreation Center Reroofing Rebid; 609
Education, Benefits of Terminating Merger of School of; 289
Education, Merged School of; 283
Electrical & Computer Engineering Building; 438
Elementary & Early Childhood education, Department of; 61
Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Endowment for Excellence; 67, 72, 444
Endowment Matching Funds, Guidelines for Expenditure of (1989) ; 444
Engineering Graduates; 4
Environmental Protection Agency Office Building, Lease of Land for; 146
Extended Teacher Education Program Proposal; 9, 10, 44, 281
Finley Hall, Reroofing Project; 382
Fish Disease Research Lab Site work, Phase I & Phase II; 64, 127, 170, 489
Food Service Warehouse Freezer; 436
Food Toxicology & Nutrition Lab; 267, 321, 384
Forest Research Lab; 331, 340, 608
Forest Research Lab Structural Rehab Phase II; 216, 438
Foundation Lease of Beach Farm Property for Golf Course; 605
Foundation & Post-Secondary Education, Department of; 60
Fuel Tanks Removal, Underground; 65
Gibson Property, Purchase of; 532
Gilbert Hall Remodel-Rooms 203/205, 208 & 214; 467
Gill Coliseum Main Roof, Repair of; 377, 436
Graf Hall, Roof Repair of & Alterations of; 377, 489
Health & P. E., Transfer of Graduate Degree-granting Authority; 294
Health & Safety Administration, M. S. Degree in; 502, 569
Heating Cogeneration Project, Authorization to Expend Funds; 370
Hinsdale, O. H., Wave Research Lab North-South Extension; 64
Honorary Doctorates, Awarding of; 4
Irish Bend Covered Bridge, Easement to Benton County for Location of; 260, 319
Langton Hall Golf Shed Reroof; 488
Langton Hall Reroofing; 64, 377
Madras, City of, Agreement with; 449
Marchel Estate, Clarification of Title to; 451
Marine Science Center, Oceanography & Fisheries Wings Reroof; 436
Marine Science Center, Public & Central Facilities Wing Reroof; 268
McAlexzander Field House; 101
McNary Hall Dining Modifications; 65
Minority Education; 501
Minority Visitors, Board of; 501
Moreland Hall Reroof; 436
Natural Resource Trade Consortium; 248
North Willamette Agricultural Research & Experiment Station/Office Lab Addition; 267
Nursing Outreach Program; 116, 217
Parker Stadium Improvements; 97, 98, 100, 101, 267, 369, 468
Parker Stadium Remodel, Phase I - $725,000; 327
Parking Lots & Streets, Maintenance & Repair; 436, 489
Portland Center; 218
Powell Butte Shop Building (Central Oregon Experiment Station) ; 468, 489
President's Residence Reroofing; 468
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 70
Project #12: Graf Hall & Alterations; 64
Property Acquisition; 466
Radiation Center/Campus Lighting Improvement Projects; 370
Reallocation of Degree Granting Authority; 294
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Research Center; 385
Residence Hall Quad Reroofing Project; 268
Roof Repairs, Request for Deferred Maintenance Funds for; 376
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 68
Science, Technology, & Society, Certification; 5
Sea Grant Program; 142
Secondary, K-12, & Advocational Education, Department of; 61
Seed Lab; 436
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustment; 332
Sheep Research Facility; 436
Shepard Hall Reroof; 383, 490
Shell Forum Reroofing Project; 268
Soil Science, B.S., Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Special Education, Department of; 61
Speech Impaired Education, B.S., Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Speech Pathology & Audiology, B.S., Elimination of Degree Program; 293
Statewide Public Services; 68
Student Information Application Software; 380
Target Enrollment; 203
Tenure Relinquishment, Proposal re; 88
Trout Cancer Facility Addition; 97, 99, 103, 378, 488
Tuition Increase; 68, 73
Vice President for University Relations, Appointment of Lynn Sprawl as; 390
Warehouse Building #55 Reroofing; 128
Weniger Hall, Room 635, Growth Chamber Installation; 170, 433
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 364
Whiskey Creek Fish Hatchery, Lease of, to Tillamook Anglers, Inc.; 141, 258, 318
Wiegand Hall Reroof - Area A; 383
Wiegand Hall Room 2 Fume Hoof Installation; 65
Wilkinson Hall Auditorium, Roof Repair of; 377, 436
Withycombe Hall, Room 303 Fume Hood Installation; 267

Oregon Student Lobby; 352, 353, 433
Oregon's Workforce, Advancement of Competence for; 392
OTKM Construction, Inc.; 216, 383
Out-of-State Students, Percentage at Each Campus; 195

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Pacific Coast Construction, Inc.; 488
Pacific Energy Control; 63
PACIFICORP; 59
Pacific Paving; 488
PAE Consulting Engineers, Inc.; 435
Paraclete Engineers, Inc.; 435, 467
Phones Plus; 489
Policy Issues; 129
Portland, City of; 556
Portland Community College; 90, 270, 490, 563
Portland Council of Teaching Hospital; 262
Portland Metropolitan Area Study; 132, 309
Portland Public School District; 90, 129, 490, 563


PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administrative Information Systems & Student Information Application Software,

Progress Report on; 62, 380

Admission Changes; 179
Applied Linguistics; 245
Board/Institutional Relations Committee Visit; 269
Canadian Program; 245
Center for Urban Research in Education; 89
Computer Resource Fee; 143
Computer Science, M.S. Degree in; 233, 308
Dean of Student Affairs, Appointment of M.K. Holland as; 60
East Asian Program; 245
Engineering & Applied Science, School of; 129
Engineering Graduates; 4
Excellence Program; 68
Extended Teacher Education Program; 30, 281
Faculty Senate; 173
Fish & Wildlife Building, Purchase of; 556
General Fund/Private Match Excellence Program; 72
Health & Physical Educational Building Roof Deck Project; 66
Honorary Degrees; 133
Little, William - Review of Appeal to the Board; 212
Millar Library Addition; 63, 127, 298, 384
Non-Admitted Students, :Limitation; 204
North Pacific Applied Research Center; 244, 314
Parking Structure I & III Repair Project; 66
Portland Center for Advanced Technology (PCAT) Building, Solid State Lab Remodel; 268
Portland State University Study; 321
Portland Teacher Plan; 89, 490, 494, 563
President, Position Description for; 455
Presidential Search; 86, 176, 272, 439, 454, 469, 550
Presidential Search, Approval of Statement of Qualifications; 454
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 69
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 69
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Smith Memorial Center Rehab (1987) ; 127, 558
Smith Memorial Center Rehab (Phase I, II, & III; 559
Student Housing Expansion Phase II (Pedestrian Way Improvements) ;216
Target Enrollment; 203
Teacher Education, Pilot Fifth-year Program for; 282
University Planning District; 556, 557
Vice President for Development & External Affairs, Appointment of E.S. Mackey as; 330
Vice Provost & Dean of Students, Change in Title; 60
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 364

Portland Student Services, Inc.; 351
Post-secondary Education, Fund for the Improvement of; 494, 563
Presidential Housing, Review Committee on; 477, 551
Presidential Search Process, House-keeping Amendments to; 457
President's Report; 81, 129, 172, 218, 270, 322, 385, 440, 470, 551, 610
Professional Mechanical, Inc.; 489
Professional Service Industries, Inc.; 320
Program for Excellence; 67
Program Proposals, New; 87
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 67
Program Reductions/Reorganizations; 292
Promotion, Tenure, & Post-tenure Review; 614
Prudent Investor Statues; 407
Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) ; 149
Public Hearing on Amendment of 1988-89 Academic Year Fee Book; 144
Public Safety Officers, Authorization to Employ; 361

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Quality Versus Quantity or Access; 323

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R & W Engineering, Inc.; 435
Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 170, 215, 216, 436, 468, 488
Recruitment and Retention; 334
Reed College; 248, 250, 315
Renaming or Reorganizing Existing Departments, Approval Delegated to Chancellor; 206
Renewal Session, Comments on; 391
Report Items, Pending; 610, 621
Residence Hall & Food Services Charges; 351
Resident Students, Percentage of the Cost of Instruction Paid by; 346
Resolution for Sale of Article XI-F(1) & Article XI-G Bonds; 325
Resource Fee; 338
Retirement Age, Elimination of a; 88
Retirement Financial Planning; 88
Review of New Instructional Programs, or New Centers/Institutes, Approval Delegated to Chancellor; 206
Review of Tuition Policies; 339
Richardson Construction Company; 170, 382
Ron Construction, Inc.; 268
Roth, Alan, Construction; 468
Routine Items, Delegation of Approval to Chancellor; 205
Rural Health Education Program; 160
Russell Construction; 383, 608

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Sabbatical Leave Policy; 443, 539
Salary Adjustment, 1989-1991; 67
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of the 2+2%; 88
Salary Funds, Administration of; 329
Schematic Designs, Acceptance of; 208
Scholarships; 336
Scholastic Aptitude Test, Report on State System Policy & Use; 478
Secretary of Veterans Affairs; 379
Selective Admission Authority for 1989 & Thereafter; 193, 200
Selective Admission, Processes; 196, 621
Selective Admission, Authority to Use as Enrollment Management; 191, 564
Semester Decision Resolution; 88
Senate Revenue Committee; 125
Settcase Smith Doss; 267
Silco Construction Company; 437
Small Scale Energy Loan Program; 64
Soderstrom Architects; 320
Southern California, University of; 504

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Administrative Information Systems & Student Information Application Software,

Progress Report on; 62, 380

Architectural Consulting Services; 488
Board/Institutional Relations Committee Visit; 269, 321
Broadcast Engineering Consulting; 488
Computer Science Program; 236, 244
Computer Services Building; 63, 244
Computer Services Building Rebid; 435
Energy Conservation Measure BPA/IBP, Eight Buildings; 170
Engineering Consulting Services; 434
Extended Teacher Education Program Proposal; 10, 24, 281
Foundation; 420
Housing Shortage in Ashland; 322
KSOR Listeners Guild; 107
KSOR Satellite Grant Request; 107
KSOR Satellite Station; 97, 99
McNeal Hall Addition (10) - $565,000; 327
McNeal Hall Swimming Pool Renovation; 435
Multi-family Housing; 320, 435
Nursing Program; 122
Pacific Institute of National Sciences Traffic Engineering; 82
Parking Lot 24 - 1989 (Rebid) ; 488
Parking Lot 36 Extension 1987; 438
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 70
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Removal of General Studies from Title of BA/BS and/or MA/MS Programs in:

Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Science/Math, & Business Education; 207

Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 69
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Stevenson Union Addition; 320, 436
Stevenson Union, Increase in Other Funds Limitation & Article XI-F(1) Bonds; 298
Stevenson Union Reroofing Project Rebid; 64, 438
Target Enrollment; 203
Track Rehabilitation, Authorization to Expend Other Funds for; 368, 434, 608
Track Rehabilitation/Tennis Court Relocation; 97, 98, 105, 138
Track & Tennis Courts - $345,000; 327
Visit; 172, 443, 470
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 363

Southern Pacific Railroad Property; 562
Sports Lottery Program; 336, 391, 621
SRG Partnership; 127
Standard Admission Test, Discontinue Use of Standard Written English Test as Admission Requirement; 180
Standard Written English, Test of in the SAT; 191
State Agency Coordination (SAC) ; 575
State Agency Department; 370
State Energy Loan Program (SELP) ; 370, 371
State Land Use & Campus Plans; 575
State Restoration Fund; 138, 413
State Treasure (Tony Meeker) ; 328
Statewide Land Use Goals; 533, 575
Statewide Public Services; 340
Steering Committee Members, Appointment of; 471
Stimson Lumber Company; 59
Stone & Webster Management Consultants, Inc.; 488
Strategic Plan 1983-1987; 5
Strategic Plan 1987- 1993; 5, 153, 409, 503
Student Athletes, Academic Progress of, 1983-84 through 1987-88; 160, 621
Student Building Fee Increase; 139
Student Information Application Software, Acquisition of, Progress Report on; 62
Student Reporting File; 486
Student Services at OSSHE Institutions; 471
Students, International Competence of; 392
Summer Session Fee Book (1989) Amendment to OAR 580-40-035; 48
Surgeon General's Report; 504
System Design Consultants, Inc.; 127
Systems & Computer Technology Corporation; 380
Systems West Engineers, Inc.; 435, 467

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Target Enrollment; 203
Targeted Programs at the Institutions; 331, 334
Task Force on Regional Colleges ; 115
TBG Architects & Planners; 134, 135
Teacher Education Forum; 270
Teacher Education, 1987
Guidelines; 285, 427
Teacher Education Programs:

Impact of HB 3038 on State System; 282
OEPP Review of Fifth-Year; 152
Review of Oregon's New; 5

Teacher Education Revisions in Response to HB 3038; 79
Teacher Preparation Programs:

Information Report on Four and Five-Year Programs; 432
Proposed Array of State System Teacher Education Programs; 432
Reduction in Institutional Resource Allocations to Schools of Education; 431
Reimbursement for Local School District Supervision Services; 430
Summer Session Requirements; 428

Teacher Standards & Practices Commission (TSPC) ; 9, 10, 15, 20, 23, 281, 282, 286, 287, 288, 519
Teacher Training Programs (Four Year) ; 223
Teacher Research, Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293, 332
Tektronix Foundation; 237, 242, 311
Tektronix, Inc.; 234, 236, 241, 243, 311
Tenure & Academic Freedom - Comments by Vice Chancellor Richard Hill; 616, 619
Tenure Relinquishment Process; 218
Tenured Faculty Members, AAUP Guidelines re Termination of; 79
The Skanner; 380
Tillamook Anglers, Inc.; 142, 258
Todd Construction, Inc.; 436
Trent, Jon, Painting; 383
Triplett Wellman, Inc.; 127
Tuition & Fee Charges, Residence Hall & Food Service Charges, 1989; 48
2KG Contractors; 383, 437, 489

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Umpqua Roofing Company, Inc.; 267, 383, 436
Unclassified (Academic) Salary Adjustment; 336
Undergraduate Versus Graduates, Percentage of; 195
U.S. Attorney General; 379
U.S. Department of Justice; 536
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; 378
U.S. District Court for Oregon; 127
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ; 146
U.S. Internal Revenue Code; 417
U.S. Supreme Court ; 127
U.S. West; 614

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

Administrative Information Systems & Student Information Application Software,

Progress Report on; 62

Admission Changes; 179
Amazon Housing Electrical Improvements, Phase I; 468
Application Software; 380
Appreciation to Dr. Olum; 219
Asian & Pacific Studies Center; 245, 248
Associated Students, University of Oregon,

Testimony re Administrative Rule on Affirmative Action; 302

Athletic Center at Autzen Named for L.J. Casanova; 176
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Casanova Complex,

Phase I & II, Skysuites & Press Box, Center Shell (a rebid) ; 103, 321, 384, 609

Autzen Stadium Improvements-Seating/Interior Finishes (Basic Bid C) ; 65, 97, 98, 100, 384, 556
Autzen Stadium Remodel, Phase I - $2,667,000; 327
Back flow Prevention Program; 467
Beekman Estate Properties; 211, 381
Beekman
Professorship of Northwest & Pacific history; 381
Bonding Authority for Housing, Article XI-F(1) ; 251
Campus Lighting Upgrade; 467
Campus Reroofing Project Phase IV (Law Building & PLC) ; 267
Casanova Athletic Center; 176
Cascade Annex Formerly Science Annex & Museum of Natural History; 297
Cascade Hall Formerly Science II; 297
Charpman Hall, Accessibility - Removal of Barriers to Handicapped; 383
Chapman Hall Elevator Plaque for John Hocken III; 176
Chapman Hall-3rd Floor, Honors College Remodel; 437
Columbia Hall Formerly Geology Building; 297
Computer Science Program; 235, 312
Condon School, Exercise of Purchase Option for; 136
Consulting Services; 63, 320, 608
Deady Hall, Accessibility & Elevator for Handicapped; 436
Deschutes Hall Formerly Sciences IV-A; 297
Earl/Struab Hall - ECMs, USDOE/ICP; 437, 469
East Campus Painting, Phase II (Part I) ; 65
East Wing Proposed Name to Onyx Bridge; 297
Electrical System Improvements, Phase II Rebid; 170, 384
Endowment for Excellence; 67, 72, 444
Energy Improvements, Authorization to Expend Funds from SELP Loan; 371
Entrepreneurial Center, Dedication of; 470
1823 Moss Street Improvements; 65
Eugene - Easement to City for Electrical Service; 562
Extended Teacher Education Program Proposal; 10 38, 281
1535 Agate Street Remodel; 437
Foundation, Gift of Land from; 466
Geology Building Proposed Name Change to Columbia Hall; 297
George Streisinger Hall, Science IV-B Named; 176
Hamilton Hall Energy Consulting Services; 434
Hamilton Hall Kitchen - $1,440,000 - (Alterations) ; 327, 467
Hayward Field Renovations, Warmup Track Surfacing; 170
Hendricks Hall, Removal of Barriers to Handicapped; 321
Honors Program; 365
Housing Innovation, Center for; 153
Inauguration of President Brand; 470, 551
Independence Bowl; 610
Institute of Marine Biology (Interior Improvements) ; 65
Johnson Hall, Conference Room Lighting; 467
Klamath Hall Formerly Science II; 297
Knight Library Additions & Alterations; 134
Language Laboratory Named for O. Yamada; 176
Law School, Long-range Plan for; 549
Law School, Plan for Adequate Solution to Resource Problems; 621
Law School Resource Fee; 544
Lawerance Hall, Architecture and Allied Arts Addition & Alterations-Bid Package B; 226
Marian Hall Dormitory Name Changed to Riley Hall; 60
McMorran House, Renovation of; 226
McMorran House Reroofing Project; 468
Mechanical Engineering, Consulting Service; 608
Occupancy of Residence Halls; 254
Onyx Bridge Formerly East Wing; 297
Oregon Institute of Marine Biology; 466
Pacific Hall Formerly Science I; 297
Parking Structure; 320
Power Line Easement to City of Eugene Through EWEB; 59
Presidency, Interviews with Finalists for; 173
President, Appointment of Myles Brand as; 176
President Emeritus, Designation of Dr. Olum as; 275
Presidential Search Committee; 80, 217
Presidential Search Report; 128, 172
Prince Lucien Campbell/Academic Learning Services Stair & Remodel; 434
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 70
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Riverfront Research Park, Concerns re; 322
Ross Property, Seal Rock Beach, Clatsop County, Sale of; 375, 433
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 68
Science Annex & Former Museum of Natural History Building Changed to Cascade Annex; 297
Science Buildings, Naming of; 297
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations; 562
Science Facilities, Opening of; 469
Science I Changed to Pacific Hall; 297
Science II Campus Electrical System Padmounted Transformer Installation; 468
Science II Changed to Klamath Hall; 297
Science II Courtyard Repair; 437
Science IV-A (new) Named Deschutes Hall; 297
Science IV-B Named George Streisinger Hall; 176
Science V (new) Named Willamette Hall; 297
Science VI (new) Named Changed to Cascade Hall; 297
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Adjustments; 332
1670 Columbia Street Fire Restoration; 65
Steam Trap Replacement & Monitoring System; 321
Student Health Center Elevator Consulting & Engineering; 434
Target Enrollment; 203
Telecommunications System/Switch Vault; 63
13th Avenue Improvements; 268, 434
Tuition Increase; 68, 73
University Inn Domestic Hot Water Preheating System; 489
University Inn (Flooding); 435
University Inn Freezer Installation; 468
University Inn Reroofing; 383
Utility Tunnel Piping; 65
Villard Hall, Accessibility & Elevator for Handicapped; 436
Walton Hall Domestic Hot Water Piping Replacement; 437
Waste Heat Chillers; 383
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 365
Westmoreland Family Housing Exterior Painting & Reroofing, Phase V; 383, 469
Willamette Hall (Science V) Phone & Data Cabling; 489
Willamette Hall Formerly Sciences V; 297

University of Portland Nursing Program; 122
Unrestricted Funds, Statement of Expectations re Expenditure of; 621

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Veterans Affairs, Department of; 453
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs; 87, 133, 330, 554
Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs; 87, 133, 330, 388
Vice Chancellor, Search Committee for; 554
Video Poker; 391
Vik Construction Company; 437

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Walsh Construction Company; 435
Warner Engineering; 467
Washington Roofing Company; 64
Watt, Cloyd R., Construction Company; 437
Watt, Michael J., Inc.; 268
WEGROUP Architects & Planners; 434
Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) ; 361
Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) Certifying Officer,

Appointment of M. Bice as; 291

Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) Certifying Officer,

Appointment of V. Boushey as; 477

WESTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Administrative Information Systems & Student Information Application Software,

Progress Report on; 62, 380

Administration Hall, Historical Designation for; 266
Appreciation to WOSC; 175
Architectural Consulting Services; 434
Board/Institutional Relations Committee Visit; 269

Business, Mathematics, & Computer Science Building; 108
Campbell Hall, Historical Designation for; 266
Campus Boundaries, Revision of; 317
Campus Master Plan; 416, 530
Chronicle of Higher Education Article re President Meyers; 81
Classroom Addition; 97, 99
College Center, Naming of; 85
Development Foundation; 530
Donation of Property, Accepting the; 530, 573
Dorm Addition, General Furniture for; 267
Education, Benefits of Terminating Merger of School of; 289
Education, Merged School of; 283
Elementary & Early Childhood Education, Department of; 61
Enrollment Cap; 199
Extended Teacher Education Program Proposal; 9, 10, 44, 281
Fischer Property, Report of Purchase of; 266
Foundation & Post-Secondary Education, Department of; 61
Gentle House; 530, 573
Heritage Hall; 134, 527, 550
Independence Group; 530
Jensen Arctic Museum; 530
Jessica Todd Hall, Historical Designation for; 266
Maaske Hall Remodel- $430,000; 327
Maple Hall, Historical Designation for; 266
Monmouth Avenue, Vacation of; 528
Neil Werner College Center; 85
Oregon Executive Conference Center; 97, 99, 108, 414
Oregon Institute of Military Science; 97, 99, 108, 414
Program Reductions & Elimination's; 69
Reallocation of Funds for Faculty Salaries; 293
Residence Hall, Naming of; 134
Revision of Campus Boundaries; 256
Salary Adjustment, Self-financing of; 69
Secondary, K-12, & Vocational Education, Department of; 61
Self-financing Reduction, Academic & Classified Salary Adjustments; 332
Senior Cottage, Historical Designation for; 266
South Stadium Drive Must be City Arterial; 528
South Stadium Drive Parking & Access; 527
Special Education, Department of; 61
Surplus Property, Authorization to Dispose of; 256, 317
Target Enrollment; 203
Telecommunications Project, Completion of; 380
Theater Arts, B.A. Degree in; 518
Weniger Property, Report of Purchase of; 266
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program; 363

Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE) ; 349, 361, 363
Western Undergraduate Exchange Council; 362
Weyerhaeuser Company; 58
Wildfish Building Company; 384
Willamette University; 250, 315
Workers Compensation; 418
World-class Programs, Maintenance or Achievement of; 392

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Zero Coupon Bonds; 326







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