OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1990






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Academic Year Fee Policy Guidelines for 1990-91; 37
Accreditation Requirements for Professional Schools; 378
Adkins Consulting Engineers, Inc. ;277

Administrative Rules:

Academic Year Fee Book - Amendment of OAR 580-40-040 (Law School Resource Fee); 217, 326, 494
Affirmative Action Requirements - General Purpose, 580-50-040; 483
Affirmative Action Requirements, OAR 580-50-040, 580-50-041, & 580-50-042; 480
Definition of Discrimination, OAR
580-15-010; 493
Discrimination Prohibited in Programs, Services, Activities, OAR 580-15-015; 541
Emerging Small Businesses, OAR 580-50-041; 484
Employment Assistance to Students, OAR 580-15-065; 493
Employment Discrimination, OAR 580-22-050; 494
Executive Vice Chancellor Changed to Vice Chancellor for Finance &
Administration, Amendments to OAR Divisions 11, 21, 40, 41, 42, 43, & 50; 348
Grievance Procedure, OAR.21.050; 554
Immunization Requirements, Amendment of OAR 580-10-005(3) Relating to; 214
Law School Resource Fee, Amendment of OAR 580-40-040 Academic Year Fee Book; 217
Minimum Standards for Institutional
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Plans, Adoption of OAR 580-19-001; 211
Minority Business Enterprises & Women's Business Enterprises, OAR 580-50-042; 486
Residency Classification, Division 10, OAR 580-10-030; 64
Revolving Charge Account Policy, OAR 580-40-041; 341, 504
Sexual Orientation, Amendment of OAR 580-15-010, 580-15-065, & 580-22-050; 492, 540
State Land Use & Campus Plans, OAR 580-50-001; 74
Student Exchanges, Division 10, OAR 580-10-085; 64
Summer Session Fee Book, OAR 580-40- 035; 31

Admission Policy for AY 1991-92; 21
Advanced Building Construction, Inc.; 423
Affirmative Action Report; 114
Agri-Business Program--EOSC; 523
Agricultural Stabilization & Conservation Program; 216
Air Travel and Use of Mileage Bonuses; 538
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, & Mental Health
Administration; 177
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Programs, State Office of; 211
Allocation to Regional Colleges; 306
American Academy of Pediatrics; 101
American Bar Association; 353
American Board of Radiology; 107
American Therapeutic Recreation Association; 93
Amundson Associates; 477
Ankrom Moisan Associates, Architects; 78
Anneburg Foundation Grant; 523
Appendix; 85, 123, 155, 205, 256, 308, 429, 519, 560
Applied Agricultural Research, Center for; 7
Architect's Estimates: Efforts to Improve Accuracy; 99
Article XI-F(1) Bonds; 99, 323, 545, 546, 548
Article XI-(G) Bonds; 548, 551
Asbestos in State Facilities; 145
Asbestos Abatement; 544
Ashland City Council; 477
Ashland, City of; 479
Association of General Contractors (AGC); 482
Athletic Deficits; 167, 320
Athletic Funding from Sports Lottery; 59
Audit Only Fees; 38

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

Baccalaureate Degree and Student Services: Using the New Technologies to Expand Access; 523
Badgley Property, Land Donation, EOSC; 523
Baker County, Regional Strategy Efforts re; 278
Ballot Measure #5; 523
Ballot Measure #8; 492
Balzhiser & Hubband, Engineers; 151
Banner Student Information System,

Admissions Module; 553

Barrentine Bates Lee, Architects; 252
Beacon Electric; 515
Bend Consortium; 131
Biennial Budget, 1991-1993; 370
Bishop Contractors, Inc.; 194
Block Transfer, Agreement; 533
Block Transfer, Associate of Arts Degree; 534
Blue Mountain Community College, Comments; 532
Board Committee Appointments; 558
Board Luncheon; 84, 122, 154, 204, 255, 295, 312
Board Meetings (Regular):

January 19, 1990; 1
February 16, 1990; 87
March 16, 1990; 125
April 20, 1990; 157
May 18, 1990; 207
June 14, 1990; 258
July 20, 1990; 310
September 14, 1990; 471
October 19, 1990; 522
November 16, 1990; 561
December 21, 1991; 621

Board Members, Items from; 80, 117, 153, 196, 254, 278, 426, 517, 557
Board Nominating Committee Report; 558
Board Renewal Session; 81, 117, 424
Boatwright Engineering, Inc.; 78
Bonds, Resolution for Sale of Article XI-F(1); 146, 323
Brim Enterprises, Inc.; 512
British Columbia, Trade Mission to; 426
Budget Allocation System Model; 120, 354
Budget Development; 91
Budget Process; 118
Business Higher Education Forum Report; 260

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

California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST); 234
California State University, Chico; 221, 272
Capital Construction Budget Request, 1991-1997; 402
Capital Construction Budget, 1991-1993, State Funding Recommendation:

Table I; 406
Table II; 408
Table III; 409

Capital Construction Budget, 1993-1997:

Table IV; 410
Table V; 414

Capital Construction Budget Request Process; 121
Capital Construction, 1989 Report on MBE/DBE/WBE Participation in; 114
Capital Construction, Status Report on 1989-1991; 41
Capital Repair; 378
Capital Repair, Increasing Appropriation for; 184, 251
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching National Study; 234
Center for Asian Studies, University of Seoul, Korea; 517
Central Oregon Consortium for Higher Education; 128, 417, 419

Chancellor's Portland Office, Location of; 254
Chancellor's Report; 4, 89, 126, 159, 208, 259, 312, 473, 522
Chemeketa Community College, Comments; 532
Cherry City Electric, Inc.; 514
Chris Billings & Associates; 513
Church Roofing Company; 514
Columbia Christian College; 242
Columbia Consulting Engineers; 194
Commencement Representatives; 197
Committee of the Whole; 118, 280
Communications; 118, 255, 518
Communications, Interim Director of; 473
Community College Services, Comments; 532
Compensation for Chancellor and Presidents; 81
Comprehensive Plan Coordination; 74
Continuing Education, Overview of; 128
Continuing Education, Task Force on; 134
Court of Appeals; 492

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

Decision Packages; 372
Deferred Tuition Notes; 504
Devco Engineering, Inc.; 512
Direct International Student Exchange Programs, Application Fee for; 38
Discrimination, Defined: 580-15-065; 541
Doernbecher Children's Hospital; 316
Doty, Merle, & Son, Inc.; 422
Drake, Donald M., Company; 194, 516
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Plans, Minimum Standards for Institutional; 211
Drug Testing Policy, Resolution with Respect to; 261

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

Early & Associates; 422

EASTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Accessibility for Handicapped

(Pierce Library & Ackerman Hall Elevator Addition); 195

Agri-Business Program; 523
Associate of Arts in General Studies; 530
Badgley Hall, HVAC Modifications; 422
Badgley Hall, Ventilation System; 187
Badgley Land Donation; 524
Certification Programs; 233
Community Service; 532
Confirmation of Degree List; 552
Deferred Maintenance Needs; 611
Early Childhood; 532
Elementary & Secondary Teacher

Education Certification
Programs (Restructured); 233

Energy Conservation Measures; 195
Evaluation of President Gilbert; 159
Fee Remission Program; 45

Fire Service Administration; 365, 367, 368
Grievances, Report of; 112
Health & Physical Education (Program Duplication); 242
Inlow Hall Renovation; 422
La Grande, City of: 490
Loso Hall; 254
Multidisciplinary Studies, BA/BS Degree in; 231, 233
Physical Plant, Shipping & Storage Survey; 252
Pierce Library Reroofing Project; 252
Storage; 147
Storage & Landscaping, Authorization To Expend Other Funds for; 143, 190
Surface Parking Improvements; 195
Surplus Property, Sale of; 490
Tennis Courts Development; 253

Economic Development Commission; 117
Economic Development, Department of; 183
ED-NET; 90, 131, 134, 342, 421, 504
Education, Board of; 117, 264
Education, Colleges of (Accreditation of); 379
Education Commission of the States; 89
Educational Prevention & Treatment Programs over Punishment,

Policy Statement Expressing a Preference for; 213

Educational Status of Athletes; 306
Election of Officers; 279
Elliott-Jochimsen Construction, Inc.; 78
Emergency Board; 97, 126
Emergency Board Faculty Salary Proposal; 94
Emerging Small Business; 114
Endex Engineering, Inc.; 513
Energy, Department of; 223
Enrollment Management Policy; 21, 131
Environmental Protection Agency; 491
Environmental Quality, Department of; 108
ETS Pacific, Inc.; 513
Executive Department; 390
Executive Session; 417, 473, 492
Expenditure Limit; 120
Extended Teacher Education Programs, Fee Policies for; 31
Extension Service; 264
External Review Policy for New Graduate Programs; 7, 104

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Facilities Division Activities, Summary of; 78, 116, 151, 193, 252, 277, 422, 512
Faculty Compensation Proposal; 6
Faculty Salaries, Emergency Funding for; 126
Faculty (unclassified) Salaries & Support; 376, 390
Faculty Salary Funds Provided; 473
Faculty Salary Improvements, Emergency Board Request for; 97
Faculty Salary Proposal; 94
Faculty Support & Development, Task Force on; 6
Farm Bureau; 264
Fee-Remission Program Effective AY 1990-91, Proposed Revised; 44
Fee-Remission Program, Proposal for Adjustment in New; 136
Foreign Student Exchange; 45
Forest Research Laboratory Advisory Committee; 508

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

General Deposit Fee Assessment; 38
General Services, Department of; 115, 490
George Fox College; 242
Governor's Commission on Higher Education; 118, 134, 161, 203, 261, 399
Governor's Executive Order; 492
Governor's Proposal; 6
Governor's Science Council; 178
Graduate Engineering Teaching & Research; 384
Grievances, Report on; 112, 554
Growers & Shippers Association; 184

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

Hackenbruck, Terry, Construction; 423
Harvey & Price; 515
Health & Human Services, Department of; 177
Hess, Todd, Building Company; 253, 423, 516
Higher Education, Internationalization of; 260
Hood River County Regional Strategy Plan; 183
Hyland, John, Construction, Inc.; 194

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

Idaho Higher Education; 153
Immunization Practices Advisory Committee; 101
Immunization Requirements, Amendment of OAR 580-10-005(3) Relating to; 214
Incidental Fees, Use of to Eliminate Athletic Deficit; 294
Intellectual Property, Transfer of; 314
Intercollegiate Athletics Deficits; 286, 388
Intercollegiate Athletics: A Fiscal & Educational Status Report; 280
Intercollegiate Athletics at Regional Colleges; 299
Intercollegiate Athletics, Use of General Fund Money for; 290
Inter institutional Faculty Senate Report; 90, 161, 261, 280, 518
Inter institutional Faculty Senate:

Resolution with Respect to Libraries; 90

Internal Management Directives:

Community Colleges, Repeal of 1.214; 101
Cooperating Educational Agencies, Repeal of; 100
Educational Coordinating Commission, Repeal of 1.211; 100
Executive Vice Chancellor, Amendments to Sections 1, 6, & 7; 348
High School-College Relations
Council, Repeal of 1.212; 101
Long-range Campus Development Planning, Adoption of IMD 7.100; 75
Outside Activities & Related Compensation, Adoption of 4.005 & 4.010; 175
Sections 1, 6, & 7; 443
State Scholarship Commission, Repeal of 1.213; 101
WICHE, Repeal of 1.210; 100
International Cultural Service
Program; 45, 136

Internationalizing Universities; 260
Interstate Industrial Mechanical; 515
ISES, Consultants; 252
Issues Discussion; 197
Items from Board Members; 80, 117, 153, 196, 254, 278, 426, 517

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

Japan Society Fellowship; 154
JKS Architects; 513
Joint Committee on Education; 6
Justice, Department of; 174, 249, 493, 510

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

K/C Engineering; 151
Klamath Pacific Corporation; 253
Koch Sachs Whittaker Aanderud, Architects; 151

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

Land Conservation & Development Commission (LCDC); 74
Lane Community College; 347
Lebanon Servco, Inc.; 194
Lee Construction Company; 515
Legacy Health Systems; 316'
Legislative Assembly, 1989; 114
Legislative Session 1991; 517
Legislature 1989:

HB 3038; 225
HB 3262, Video Poker Games; 94
SB 1183; 178

Lewis & Clark College; 242, 356, 419
Linfield College; 242, 417, 419
Lintner Center for Advanced Education; 128
Lloyd & Sons Metal Works, Inc.; 193
Long-range Campus Development Planning; 75
Lottery Commission; 95
Lottery Interest Earnings; 186

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

Mackay Construction, Inc.; 151
Mackenzie/Saito & Associates; 116
Major Initiatives; 383
Manfull Curtis, Inc.; 277
Mark-Piper, Inc.; 513
Mason Electric; 514
May, John, Construction Company; 116, 194
McBride/Ralston Architects; 513
McKenzie Commercial Contractors, Inc.; 78
Measles Immunization, Approval for Proof of; 101
Meng-Hannan Construction Company, Inc.; 423, 516
Meza Construction; 516
MFIA, Inc.; 193, 252
M. G. Construction, Inc.; 514
Michael & Lakeman, Architectural Services; 116
Mid-Valley Gravel Company; 423
Minority Achievement Scholarship Program; 45
Minority Enrollment Initiative; 136
Minority Scholarship Program for Students with Junior Standing; 44, 50, 109
Minority Student Enrollment and Graduation Trends; 50, 109
Minority Student Enrollment Initiative; 45, 109
Minutes, Approval of; 2, 88, 126, 159, 208, 259, 312, 473, 522
Monmouth, City of; 266
Morris, L. H., Electric, Inc.; 515
Morse Brothers, Inc.; 514
Murdock Trust; 98

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

National Association of Sport & Physical Education (NASPE); 241
National Athletic Trainer's Association (NATA); 241
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); 282, 370
National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE); 242
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA); 482
National Eye Institute; 98
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS); 16, 18, 108
National Institute of Health; 177
National Parks Service; 241
National Science Foundation; 224, 274
National Teachers Examination (NTE); 234
National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); 220, 271
New Building Operation & Maintenance; 251
New Graduate Programs, External Review Policy for; 7, 104
Nominating Committee, Appointment of; 154
Northwest Association of Schools & Colleges; 353, 474
New Board Members Welcomed; 472
New Staff Introduced; 473

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

Off-Campus Education; 134
Oregon Administrative Rules - Chapter 580; 431
Oregon Advanced Computing Institute; 316
Oregon Baccalaureate Bonds; 323
Oregon Bulletin; 330, 342, 497, 505
Oregon Business Council (Survey); 118, 134, 135
Oregon Cascade Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 193
Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education (OCATE); 128, 397, 426
Oregon Community Foundation; 275
Oregon Government Ethics Commission; 176
Oregon Graduate Institute; 397

OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY:

Accreditation of Various Programs; 379
Baird Hall East Entrance (Rebid); 117
Baird Hall, 3030 & 3026, Hematology/Oncology Lab; 516
Baird Hall Upgrade; 277
Basic Science Building Addition, (CROET) (Dock 4 Modification
Material Management Building); 151, 516
Biomedical Information Communications Center (BICC), Phase II; 194, 385
Campus Services Building Plumbing Upgrade; 277
Casey Eye Institute, Increase in Other Funds Limitation & Authorization To Expend Funds for; 98,481
Center for Research on Occupational & Environmental Toxicology (CROET); 147
Central Steam Curtailment; 277

Charles Dotter Institute of Intervention Therapy; 11, 106
Charles Dotter Memorial Research Lab for Intervention Radiology; 14
Child Development & Rehabilitation Center; 184, 516
Children's Hospital Study; 316, 317
Dental Hygiene, BS in; 367, 368
Dental School Animal Area Ceiling & Lighting Replacement Project; 152
Dental School Animal Care Area Floor Covering; 423
Dental School Lab 223 Remodel; 117
Dentistry, School of, Lab 702, 704, & 717B Remodel; 424
Easement, Approval of; 491
Electron Access Control System Standard; 513
Emma Jones Hall; 277
Engineering Consulting Services; 194
Foundation; 188
Framework Master Plan; 477
Gaines Hall Electrical & Plumbing
System Upgrade; 513
Grievances, Report of; 112
Health Outreach Services; 384
Hematology/Oncology Lab, Baird Hall Rooms 3030 & 3036; 151
Hospital Electrical Study; 513
Hospital Rehab; 318
House Staff, Salary Adjustments for 1990-91; 276
Immunization Requirements; 101
Intervention Therapy, Institute of; 106
Land, Authorization To Acquire; 141, 188
Loading Dock #4 Modifications & Materials Management Building; 78
Lawrence H. Pierce Quasi-Endowment Fund; 275
Mackenzie Hall Plastic Surgery Offices Suite 3168; 194
Mackenzie Hall Suite 3184 Surgery Offices Remodel; 116, 278
Marquam I & II; 512
Medical Office Building Developer, RFP; 110, 511
Medical Research Building; 152, 423, 513

Medical Technology, BS in; 367, 368
Neurosensory Research Facility; 403
Nursing Building, School of; 481
Oregon Health Technologies Corporation; 349
Outpatient Clinic; 112
Outpatient Clinic, Ear, Nose, & Throat (ENT) Clinic Renovation Project; 80
Outpatient Clinic, 4th floor, Outpatient X-ray Facility; 253, 424
Parking Structure; 116, 141, 147, 481
Patient Equipment; 147
Patient Parking Structure; 112
Research Magnetic Resonance Imaging Facility; 78
Rural Health, Office of; 475
Strategic Plan; 475
Tower House Driveway Replacement (Rebid); 80
UHN, Chiller Replacement; 513
UHN, 1 SW Remodel for Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic; 153
UHS, 4C Radiation Therapy Remodel; 424
UHS, 5C Medical/Surgical Unit; 277
UHS, 7C SICU Renovations; 80
Vice President for Administration, Appointment as Interim (H. Van Hassel); 127

Oregon Forestry Council; 312
Oregon High School Graduation Requirements; 240
Oregon Honors Program; 45

OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY:

Accounting Technology, AAS in; 365
Appreciation to President Blake; 197
Civil Engineering Technology, BS in; 365
Computer Engineering Technology, AE/BS in; 365
Cornett Hall Reroofing; 187
Dental Hygiene, AAS/BS in; 365
Diesel Power Technology, AAS/BS in; 365
Electronics Engineering Technology, AE/BS in; 365
Evaluation of President Blake; 127
Family Housing, RFP; 149
Grievance of David White; 269
Grievances, Report of; 113
Ickes School - Clackamas County; 403
Immunization Requirements; 102
Industrial Management, BS in; 365
Interim President (W. T. Lemman); 209
Laser Electro-Optics Technology, AAS/BS in; 365
Manufacturing Engineering Technology, AE/BS in; 365
Mechanical Engineering Technology; 365
Medical Imaging Technology, AAS/BS in; 365
Medical Technology, BS in; 365
Metro Campus Remodeling Estimate Update; 252
Multipurpose Playfield Phase I; 253, 424, 516
Nursing, BS in; 365
Office Automation Technology, BS in; 365
Office Systems Technology, AAS in; 365
Parking Improvements; 219, 270, 277
President, Position Announcement for; 427
Presidential Search Committee; 160, 210, 517
Public Works Engineering Technology, AE in; 365
Report of Visit to OIT by Directors Adams & Bailey; 153
Resignation of President Blake; 160
Shaw Historical Library Remodel Rebid; 517
Snell Hall; 186
Snell Hall Telephone Switching Room; 151
Software Engineering Technology, AE/BS in; 365
Structural Engineering Technology, AE in; 365
Surveying, BS in; 365
Surveying Engineering Technology, AE in; 365
Tech Challenge; 201]
Utilities Extension; 517
Visit; 197
Women in Technology Program; 201

Oregon Investment Council; 122
Oregon Joint Graduate Schools of Engineering; 395, 466
Oregon Laws, 1985, Chapter 640; 103
Oregon Laws, 1989, Chapter 1043, Section 9; 482
Oregon Merit Program; 45, 136, 137
Oregon Public Utilities Commission; 172, 248
Oregon Resources & Technology Development Corporation; 178, 315, 316
Oregon State Grange Resolution; 518

OREGON STATE SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION:

Admission Policy for AY 1991-92; 21
Bell Property, Resolution re; 216
Entrance Requirements; 312
Government Relations, Appointment of Director of; 209
Inter institutional Continuing Education Committee; 129
Public Affairs, Portland Office for; 476
Public Service Mission; 197

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Accessibility for Handicapped, Phase III (Contracts A, B, & C); 79, 151, 514
Accreditation Report; 474
Adrion Property, Purchase of; 103
Aero-engineering Lab Reroofing Project; 422
Agricultural Experiment Station; 183
Agricultural Sciences II; 78, 193, 222, 272, 422
"Annual Budget Process at OSU" Document; 121
Apparel Design, BA/BS in; 366
Bend, Liberal Studies Program in; 417
Burt Hall Reroofing Project; 253
Calhoun, John C., Appeal of Grievance Decision; 60, 245
Campus Lighting Upgrade; 262, 514
Campus Way 11th - 14th Streets
Widening Project; 151
Child Care Center; 116
Clinical & Therapeutic Dietetics; 366
Columbia Basin Agriculture Research Center; 514
Community Nutrition; 366

Computer Science Reroof; 277
Consulting Electrical Engineering Services; 513
Consulting Engineering Services; 193, 512
Consulting Mechanical Engineering; 513
"Creating the Future" - Planning Document; 474
Crop Science Parking Lot Improvement Project; 514
Dietetics, BA/BS in; 366
Eastern Oregon Experiment Station's Hall Ranch, Exchange of
Land & Purchase of Timber; 322
Electrical & Computer Engineering Building; 186
Electrical Distribution System, Authorization to Sell; 172, 248
Environmental Health, BA/BS in; 366
Evaluation of President Byrne; 4
Facilities Condition Survey; 252
Family Finance & Consumer Studies, BA/BS in; 366
Family Studies Center; 262
Fee-Remission Program, Proposal for Adjustment in New; 136
Fire Alarm System Gamewell Loop Modification; 151
Food Science & Technology, BS in; 366
Food Service Warehouse Freezer; 152
Food Systems Management, BA/BS in; 366
Food Toxicology & Nutrition Lab, Phase II; 79
Foods in Business; 366
Foods & Nutrition, BA/BS in; 366
Forest Research Lab; 386
Forest Research Lab Electrical Service Improvements; 277
Forest Research Lab Reroof & Glulam Replacement; 422
Forest Research Wood Composites Lab, Remodeling of; 150
Forestry, BS in; 366
Foundation; 150, 263
FourSight Program in Materials Science; 150

Gilbert Hall Basement Heating & Condensate System Modifications; 194
Gilbert Hall Remodel; 278
Gill Coliseum Exterior Renovation; 79
Gill Coliseum Reroofing Flat Roofs; 152, 514
Graf Hall Reroofing; 514
Grievances, Report of; 113
Health Care Administration, BA/BS in; 366
Health & Physical Education (Program Duplication); 242
Home Economics Communication; 366, 427
Home Economics Education; 366
Honorary Degrees; 91
Housing Studies, BA/BS in; 366
Immunization Requirements; 102
Interior Merchandising, BA/BS in; 366
Kerr Library; 263, 402
Langton Hall Golf Shed Reroof; 253
Langton Hall Reroof Areas; 514
Langton Hall Room 200 Project; 423
Liberal Studies, BA/BS in (through COCHE); 419
Magruder Hall Reroofing Project; 253
Marine/Freshwater Biomedical Sciences Research Center; 16, 108
Marine Science Center, Oceanography & Fisheries Wings Reroof; 516
Master Campus Plan 1990; 252
Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research & Extension Center (Cold Storage Addition); 183, 423
Moreland Hall Parking Lot Improvements Project; 514
Moreland Hall Reroof; 516
North Willamette Agriculture Research & Experiment Station Office Lab Addition; 423
Nuclear Engineering, BS in; 366
O. H. Hinsdale Wave Research Lab North/South Extension; 516
Parker Stadium Improvements -- Phase II; 194
Pharmacy, College of (Accreditation of); 379
Poultry Science, B.Agr/BS in; 366
President's Residence Reroofing; 79
Resolution re Agriculture from Oregon State Grange; 518
Roof Repairs; 185
Safety Studies, BA/BS in; 366
Science Facilities Repairs; 187
Seed Laboratory; 278
Sheep Research Facility; 253
Smith Farm Tank Slab; 253
SONPARK Associates; 491
Student Incidental Fees for Athletics, Use of; 289
Tractor Safety Certification, Cooperative Extension Service; 264
Various Agreements, Enter into; 172, 248
Veterinary Diagnostic Lab (Accreditation of); 379
Veterinary Medicine, College of (Accreditation of); 379
Weniger Hall Room 151 Lighting Improvements; 514
Weniger Hall Room 635 Growth Chamber Installation; 278
West Hall Cafeteria Reroofing; 253
Wiegand Hall Reroof - Area A; 152
Wiegand Hall Reroofing, Areas B & C; 253
Withycombe Hall, Room 303 Fume Hood Installation Project; 254
Withycombe-Wiegand Sanitary Sewer Rehab; 423

Oregon Student Lobby; 35, 196, 213, 268, 296, 416, 498, 504
Oregon Transportation Department; 483
OTKM Construction, Inc.; 277
Oregon Therapeutic Recreation Association; 93
Oregon Wage & Hour Commission; 264

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PAC-10 Membership, Benefits from; 303
PAC-10, Participation of the Two Major Institutions in the; 300
Pacific Energy Systems, Inc.; 277 Pacific Power & Light Company; 172, 248
Pacific University; 242
Palmer/Philips Electric, Inc.; 79
Pence/Kelly Construction, Inc.; 193
Petersen Kolberg & Associates; 78
Pioneer Waterproofing Company, Inc.; 423
Pittsburgh Testing Lab; 193
Policy Statement Expressing a Preference for Educational Prevention &

Treatment Programs over Punishment; 213

Portland Bureau of Parks and Recreation; 94
Portland, City of; 477, 491

PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration of Justice, BA/BS in; 366
Applied Linguistics, BA/BS in; 366
Appreciation to PSU; 197
Bookstore Outlet Expansion; 142
Business Administration, Master's in (through COCHE); 419
Dean of Students, Change in Title to Vice President for Student Affairs; 159
Fee-Remission Program, Proposal for
Adjustment in New; 136
Fish & Wildlife Building; 147, 254
Grievances, Report of; 113
Honorary Degrees; 91
Oregon Center for Graduate & Professional Education; 383, 391
Oregon Merit Scholarships; 138
Outstanding Alumni Award Given to W. T. Lemman; 160
Parkways Commons Restaurant; 142
Portland Center for Advanced Technology (PCAT) Remodel; 224, 274
Portland Teacher Plan; 46
President, Appointment of Judith Ramaley as; 204, 208
Presidential Search; 117, 153, 160, 196
Professional Schools Building,
Phase II; 186, 195
Program Duplication; 237, 242
Science Building I Exterior Repair; 185
Science Building II, DEQ Ventilation Hoods; 78
Smith Memorial Center Rehabilitation, Authorization to Expend

Other Funds (Phase II & III); 142, 147, 189

Smith Memorial Center Rehabilitation, Winter 1989-90 Remodel; 194
Summer 1990 Remodel; 423
Speech & Hearing Sciences, BA/BS in; 366
Student Housing Expansion Phase II (Pedestrian Way Improvements); 153
Student Organization Office Complex; 142
Urban Studies, Certificate of; 366
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE); 367
Portland Veterans' Administration Medical Center; 14
Portland Water Bureau; 224
Postdoctoral Fellows, Access to SEBB Plans for; 267
Presidential Evaluations; 127
President's Report; 81, 117, 154, 255, 279, 424, 517
Presidents' Commission of the NCAA; 282
Professional Service Industries, Inc.; 116
Pynch-Turner, Inc.; 194

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RAM Engineering, Inc.; 513
Ramsay, Dale, Construction Company; 253, 422, 514
Regional Colleges, Task Force on; 418
Regional Strategy Efforts Regarding Baker County; 278
Renewal Session; 81, 117, 424, 518
Report Items, Pending; 85, 123, 155, 205, 256, 308, 429, 519
Residence Hall & Food Service Charges; 31
Residency-by-Exception Policy; 45
Residency Classification; 64
Resolution Honoring: Hill, Richard J.; 2
Resource Allocation for Operation & Maintenance of Buildings,

Report on Development of Plan for Adequate; 250

Riches Electric Company; 193
Risk Management Office; 192
River Roofing Service; 515
RMC Consulting Services; 78
Routine Maintenance, Expenditures for; 251
Rural Health, Office of; 385

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Salary Adjustments of Unclassified Staff; 81
Schaudt, Stemm, & Wild, Inc.; 116
Seattle Northwest Securities; 323
Second Growth, Inc.; 515
Selective Admission Policy; 21
Senate Bill 2114 (U. S. Senate); 279
Settecase Smith Doss; 194
Siskiyou County (Northern California); 220
Snyder Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc.; 253, 514, 515
Society for College & University Planning; 251
Soderstrom Architects; 422

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Biological Illustration (Biology & Art); 365
"Budgeting & Planning at SOSC" Brochure; 121
Business/Chemistry, BA/BS in; 365
Business/Mathematics, BA/BS in; 365
Business/Music, BA/BS in; 365
Business/Physics, BA/BS in; 365
Campus Master Plan, Approval of; 476
Central Hall Reroofing Project; 151
Computer Equipment; 187
Criminology, BA/BS in; 365
Faculty & Student Housing; 510
General Studies, BA/BS in; 365
Geology, BA/BS in; 365
Grievances, Report of; 113
Handball Courts; 514
Health & Physical Education, BA/BS Degrees in; 239
KSOR Listeners Guild; 221, 271
KSOR Satellite Station; 220, 271, 272
McNeal Hall Addition; 194
McNeal Hall Swimming Pool Renovation; 195
NTIA Application to Construct Consolidated Master Control Room for KSOR Network; 271
Nursing, BS in (through COCHE); 419
Parking Lot 24 - 1989; 79
Perozzi Property; 511
Program Duplication; 237
Siskiyou Commons Building; 514
Siskiyou Crossing; 480
South Heating Plant; 514
Southern Plan for the 80s; 476
Southern 2000 Campus Master Plan; 477
Station KSOR; 201
Theatre (BFA); 365
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE); 367

Sports Action Lottery, Athletic Funding from; 59, 282, 301
Sports Lottery Allocation Options; 285, 301
Sports Lottery Funds; 284, 301
State Agency Coordination (SAC) Program; 74
State Department of Education; 117, 264
State Department of Energy; 273
State Development, Targeted Support for; 380
State Energy Loan Program (SELP); 222, 273
State Land Use & Campus Plans; 74
State Scholarship Commission; 332
Statewide Planning Goals; 476
Strategic Plan 1987-1993; 12, 16, 239, 341
Student Affairs Council; 117
Student Athletes, Graduation Rates of; 370
Student Exchange; 64
Substance Abuse, Policy Statement on; 268
Summer Session Fee Book 1990, Amendment to OAR 580-40-035; 31
Supplement A; 431
Supplement B; 443
Supplement C; 395, 466
Supplements A & B; 348
System Design Consultants, Inc.; 78
Systems and Computer Technology Corporation; 663, 665
Systems West Engineers, Inc.; 252

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Teacher Education Programs, Issues Related to; 6
Teacher Standards & Practices Commission (TSPC); 6, 230, 242
The Common Fund; 122
Trent, Jon, Painting; 515
Tributes for:

Richard Hensley; 424
Gary Johnston; 424
Annette Matthews; 424

Tuition & Fee Recommendations, Residence Hall & Food Service Charges,

Amendment to OAR 580-40-035, Summer Session Fee Book; 31

Tuition & Fee Schedules for 1990-91, Report on; 196
2G Construction; 253

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Umpqua Roofing Company, Inc.; 253, 514
USA Today; 360
U. S. Department of Agriculture; 216
U. S. District Court for Oregon; 114
U. S. Forest Service; 241
U. S. Supreme Court; 114

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Accessibility - Removal of Barriers to Handicapped (Chapman Hall); 116
Accessibility - Removal of Barriers to Handicapped (Gerlinger Hall & Gerlinger Annex); 152
Alarm Systems Study; 151
Amazon Housing Electrical Improvements, Phase I & II; 152, 515
American Studies, BA in; 366
Appreciation to UO; 80
Architecture & Allied Arts Additions & Alterations Project Bid Package A-1; 253, 515
Art Education, BA in; 366
Autzen Stadium Casanova Center Phases IId & IIe; 162, 320
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Casanova Center Shell; 152
Autzen Stadium Improvements, Len Casanova Center Telecommunications Cabling; 252
Campus Electrical System Improvements - Phase III; 515
Campus Reroofing Project Phase IV (Law Building & PLC); 116
Campus Roofing Project Phase V; 515
Carson Hall Elevator Modification; 152
Casanova Center Complex; 147, 148
Cascade Hall; 186
Classics, BA in; 366
Cognitive Neuroscience Research; 154
Consulting Services (Site/Materials Testing); 116
Deschutes Hall; 186
Earl Hall; 278
Elevator Maintenance; 422
Engineering Consulting Services (Structural); 116
Erb Memorial Union Outdoor Program Storage Facility; 194
Family Housing; 314
Fee-Remission Program, Proposal for Adjustment in New; 136
Fences & Gates Project; 515
1535 Agate Street Remodel; 152
Grievances, Report of; 113
Hamilton Hall Kitchen, Authorization To Expend Other Funds; 144, 191
Hayward Field Renovations, Warmup Track (Phase IV); 79
Health & Physical Education (Program Duplication); 242
Honors College, BA in; 366
Honors College Remodel (Chapman Hall-3rd floor); 79
Human Services, BA/BS in (through COCHE); 419
Immunization Requirements; 102
Instructional Leadership, Master's in (through COCHE); 419
Kerns Estate Property; 247
Law School, Accreditation Issues for; 353, 378
Law School Resource Fee; 217
McMorran House Reroofing Project; 79
Riley Dorm Moped Parking Shelter; 78, 195
Science Facilities Additions & Alterations (Pacific Hall); 194
Science V Sidewalks; 79
Steam Trap Replacement & Monitoring System; 423
Streisinger Hall; 186
Student Health Center Reroofing Project; 515
Student Incidental Fees for Athletics, Use of; 289
University Inn Asbestos Abatement; 515
University Inn Domestic Hot Water Preheating System; 195
University Inn Freezer Installation; 117
Vice President for Public Affairs & Development; 474
Walton Hall Domestic Hot Water Piping Replacement; 80, 515
Waste Heat Chillers; 195
Westmoreland Family Housing Exterior Painting Phase VI; 515
Westmoreland Family Housing Toddler Center, Electrical; 79
Westmoreland Family Housing Reroofing Project Phase VI; 515
Willamette Hall; 186
Willamette Hall (Science V) Phone & Data Cabling; 80

Upson Construction Company; 252

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Valley Mechanical II, Inc.; 422
Van Gulik/Oliver, Inc.; 277, 513
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Appointment of R. J. Frank as Interim; 4
Video Poker Lottery; 95

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Walker & Macy; 252
Warner Pacific; 242
Warrington & Associates, Inc.; 513
Washington Research Foundation; 351
WEGROUP Architects & Planners; 194
Western Cooperative on Educational Telecommunications; 90
Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) Report; 89

WESTERN OREGON STATE COLLEGE:

Business, Mathematics, & Computer Science Building; 402
Dormitory Addition; 423
Elementary Education & Interdisciplinary Studies, BA/BS Degree in; 230
Elementary, Secondary, & Special Education Programs (Restructured); 225
Evaluation of President Meyers; 159
Fire Service Administration; 365
Grievances, Report of; 113
Japanese Ambassador's Visit; 153
Lighting & Ballfield Improvements; 266
Oregon Police Academy; 116
Program Duplication; 237, 242
Public Service Park; 78
Secondary Education & Interdisciplinary Studies, BA/BS Degree in; 230
Westerly Bypass; 266
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE); 363
Wildish Building Company; 422
Willamette University; 242, 356
Women & Minorities in Administrative Positions, Review of; 80



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