Dr. France moved that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation
of the President of the University, award tenure to the following I
faculty effective with the 1997-98 contracts:
Holly Rudolph Asst. Prof. Accounting
Sandra Jeanquart-Barone Asst. Prof. Management & Marketing
Glynn Mangold Assoc. Professor Management & Marketing
Mittie Southerland Assoc. Professor Political Science, Criminal
Justice & Legal Studies
Thomas H. Miller Professor Educational Leadership &
Moira Fallon Assoc. Professor Special Education
Brian Runnels Asst. Professor Music
Pam Hurgler Assoc. Professor Music
Michael Morgan Asst. Professor English
John Murphy Asst. Professor English
William Mulligan Asst. Professor History
William Schell Asst. Professor History
Daniel Wann Asst. Professor Psychology
James Benson Assoc. Professor Industrial & Engineering
Bassam Atieh Asst. Professor Occupational Safety &
George Kipphut Assoc. Professor Biological Sciences G
Hosea Lee Asst. Professor Mathematics & Statistics
Edward Thome Asst. Professor Mathematics & Statistics
Janet Brewer Asst. Professor University Libraries
Mrs. Buchanon seconded and the roll was called with the following
voting: Mrs. Buchanon, yes; Mr. Burich, yes; Mrs. Ford, yes;
Dr. France, yes; Mrs. Gamble, yes; Mrs. Jones, yes; Mr. Lanier, yes;
Mr. Lovett, yes; Mr. Somerville, yes; and Mr. Easley, yes. Motion
Information Technolo Polic a roved
Mrs. Jones moved that the Board of Regents, upon the recommendation
of the President of the University, approve the attached Information
Technology Policy. Mrs. Gamble seconded and the motion carried.
(See Attachment #5)
Department of Physics and Astronomy Name Change, approved
It was pointed out that the proposed departmental name change will
emphasize the diversity and depth of Murray State’s engineering
education opportunities and will more accurately reflect the present and
long-term mission and emphasis.
Mrs. Buchanon moved that the Board of Regents, upon the
recommendation of the President of the University, change the name of
the Department of Physics and Astronomy to Department of Physics and
Engineering Physics, effective July 1, 1997. Mrs. Jones seconded and
the motion carried.
Conmittee Reports I
A. Academic Affairs - Mr. Lovett. No report.
B. Athletic - Mrs. Ford. No report.
C. Buildings and grounds - Mr. Burich.
President Alexander reported that the Regional Special Events
construction is progressing well. It is anticipated that the building
will be ready for occupancy possibly in November or early December.
Additional contributions are needed to add internal amenities and
exercise equipment for the students.