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University of New Mexico

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Board of Regents Meeting Minutes

University of New Mexico Board of Regents

1-19-1979

University of New Mexico Board of Regents

Minutes for January 19, 1979

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THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF

THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

January 19, 1979

The Regents of the University met at 9:00 a.m. on Friday,

January 19, 1979 in the Roberts Room of Scholes Hall.

Affidavits

concerning the public notice of this meeting are on file in the

office of the Secretary of the University.

Present:

Mr. Henry Jaramillo, Jr., President

Mrs. William A. Jourdan, Vice President

Mr. Calvin P. Horn, Secretary-Treasurer

Mrs. George J. Maloof

Dr. Phillip U. Martinez

Dr. Janet Roebuck, President, Faculty Senate,

Adviser

Mr. Steve Maple, President, GSA, Adviser

Ms. Mimi Swansen, President, ASUNM, Adviser

Also Present:

Dr. William E. Davis, President of the University

Mr. John Perovich, Vice President for Business

and Finance

Dr. Marvin "Swede" Johnson, Administrative Vice

President for Student Affairs, Alumni Relations,

.and Development

Dr.

McAl~ister

Hull, Jr., Provost

Dr. Leonard Napolitano, Director of the Medical

Center

Dr. Jee·l Jones, Associate Provost for Academic

Affairs

Dr. Joseph V. Scaletti, Associate Provost for

Research

Mr. U. William Weeks, Assistant to the President

Ms. Anne J. Brown, Secretary of the University

Mr. James Wiegmann, Budget Director

Mr. D. Peter Rask, University Counsel

Mr. Stanley Hultberg, Jr., President UNM Alumni

Association

Mr. Lavon McDonald, Director of Athletics

Mr. Jess Price, Director of

Public:~'Information

Office

Also present for portions of the meeting:

Dr. Bernard Spolsky,

Dean, Graduate Studies; Mr. Phil Alarid, Director,

Personnel; Mr. Fred Chreist, Registrar; Mr. Van

Dorn Hooker, University Architect; Mr. Robert

Schmidt, Engineer; University Architect; Dr.

William E. Baker, Chairman, Mechanical Engineering;

Mr. Maynard Miller, Peat, Marwick, and Mitchell;

Ms. Karen Abraham, and Mr. Gary Golden, Office

of the Dean of Students.

* * * * * *

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297

It was moved by Mrs. Jourdan,

seconded by Mr. Horn, that the Regents

adopt the printed agenda plus the following

items:

(1) Agreement between the Regents of

Department Stores, Inc.; and (2)

Report from

* * * * * *

Adoption of

the Agenda

UNM and Dillard

ASUNM.

Carried.

It was moved by Dr. Martinez,

seconded by Mrs. Maloof, that the

minutes of November 9 be approved

as distributed.

Carried.

* * * * * *

Minutes of Meeting

of November.2, 1978

Candidates for Degrees

Semester~,

1978-79

A list of candidates for

degrees at the end of Semester I,

1978-79 was presented to the

Regents, i t being pointed out that their approval should be

subject to that of the University Faculty which will meet on

February 20 to receive the recommendations of the schools and

colleges.

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL

ULYSSES G ABEITA DAVID R ALORI CH AMY ELENA ARCARO JOHNNY BLAINE ARMENTA HILLARY CAROL ATKIN

JACQUELiNE JOAN BACA PAUL LOUI S· BACHI,CHA LOLA ANN BARB

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES BA,CHELOR OF ARTS MAJOR HISTORY' ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGY CHE':USTRY SPEECH COMMUNICATION POLITICAL SCIENCE . POLITICAL SCI ENCE

SOCIOLOGY

HINOR

ANTHROPOLGY

BUS & ADMIN SCIENCES ANTHROPOLGY HATHEMA TICS JOURNAL ISM SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY· WENDY ALICE 8ARBER

LEE ROBERT BENSHOOf BARBARA P BESS DONNA LEE BINNEWEG JO KATHERINE BLEDSOE STEPHANIE RAE BOUTZ GUY HBRANCH. PAUL MATTHEW BREMER MARA LYNN BRETT HARY KATHERINE BRITO

FRENCH ANTHROPOLOGY ENGLISH ENGLISH

POL SC & PSYCH

ENGLISH

POL SC &HIST

ANTHROPOLOGY SOCIOLOGY

POL ITICAL SCIENCE

PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY JOURN AL I SH . PSYCHOLOGY HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH - - - - ---~- - - -

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COLLEGE OF ARTS'AND SCIENCE~

BACHELOR OF AR TS "

MAJOR. "MINOR

J.=. . . .

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-~._/ '

-JENNY SUE BURROUGHS' DONNA JEAN BYERS

SOCIOLOGY

" COMMUN DISORDERS

SOCIAL WELFARE" RETROACTIVE TO SPRING ,1978

HISTORY

PAULA WOODS BYRNES ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY"

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIE COMPARATIVE LIT

RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER 1978

.BRIDGET K CAIRO

ROBERTA CALDERWOOD KAREN JEAN CALLOWAY MICHAEL CALVANI "PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY HI.STORY PHILOSOPHY SPEECH COMMUNICATION ENGLISH .: . DAVID P CARRAHER

CATHERINE THERESA CASAUS , ERL.I NDA GR I EGO CASTlLLO

ELIZABETH JEAN CHURCH ROSE MARY G CLARK

GEOGRAPHY . SPAN & FRENCH SPANISH

ENGLISH SOCIOLOGY

MATHE MolTICS

LISRARY SCI ENCE

FRENCH PSYCHOLOGY --- --~._-~ ----_.~

i- '.

j ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY. ART ECONOMICS PHILOSOPHY ANTHROPOLGY , THEATRE ARTS' ENGLISH UBRARYSCIENCE COMPARATIVE LIT DISTRIBUTED MINOR & POLSC ENGLISH ENGLISH

CREATIVE WRIT ING . ECON

MARY ANNA DICKEY TIM C DILLON

DANIEL J JR COLEMAN JULfE D SILVA CONDON

!ANTHONY CONFORTI

MARK C D4LEN JANET V DEMARINIS REBECCA EAKIN DIAS

SPEECH COMMUNICATION CORNEll A DOBROVOLSKY."

STEP HAN A DOEiYNS DelAFIELD C.DUBOIS KATHERINE MARY DUGAN JOSEPH PETER DUNN.JR ALBERT f DULY.JR CAROLYN JEANNE aYLO CAROL ANN ELSIK

GERMAN HISTORY ANTHROPOLOGY SPANISH ENGLISH GEOLOGY. PSYCHOL.OG Y PSYCHOLOGY FRENCH POLITICAL SCIENCE HISTORY. POLITICAL SCIENCE HISTORY DISTRIBUTED MINOR SOCIAL WELfARE )

DORA GEORGETTE ELY SOC IOLOGY ENGLISH

KATHLENE ANN FAULSTICK HISTORY. SPANI SH

ANALISA R FITZSIMMONS COMHUN DISORDERS . PSYCHOLOGY.

. ANN E FOLAND . PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL ~-~- -- --'~""":,-.

-COLLEGE, OF. AR IS AND SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF-ARTS .. JOHN 0 FOLSOM,II BEVERLY S GAllEGOS fRED f Gl\HBlE Hl\JOR POLITICAL SCIENCE HOME ECONOMICS JOURNAlISM, ,MINOR '. ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGY AMERICAN'STUDIES MICHAEL EARL GARDNER PSYCHOUXiY, SOCIOLOGY

PHIlLIP JOSEPH GILL. BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY· LAWR ENCE C GOECKEL ENGLISH PHILOSOPHY MICHAEL B GCLSTON ENGLISH PHILOSOPHY. ERNEST Ml\RTIN GONZALES SPANISH f'RENCH RAHIlY ANNE WI DOl FI ElO GRADY ENGLISH BIOLOGY TONY NEIL GRAY PSYCHOLOGY HISTORY R08ERT FRANKLIN GREBE JOURNALISM ENGLISH

DAN R GRIGGS GEOLOGY GEOGRAPHY

PHYLLIS BECKER GROSS ECONOMICS, PHilOSOPHY PAUL MARTIN HACKETT POLITICAL SCI ENCE HISTORY CONNIE SUE HARRINGTON COM OS &. ANTH

.JON H HATCHELL ECONOMI,CS MATHEMATICS

-WALTER JOHN HAYES SPE ECH COMMUNICAT.ION 8US &. ADMIN SCI ENCES

~ENNIFER lGU HOOKER ENGLI SH-PHIlOSOP,HY

THOMAS CRAIG HOWELL SOCIOLOGY ENGLISH

KAREN 0 HOWLETT BIOLOGY, DISTRIBUTED MINOR ORUI E EL IZA8ETH'IRWIN HISTORV ENGLISH

SUSAN PALMER ISBURGH HOME ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGY TERESA RENEE JANIS' SPEECH COMMUNICATION PSYCHOLOGY THEODORE CJENNE HISTORY ENGLI SH CHRISTINE MARIE JENSEN , ANT HROP,OLOGY . HISTORY

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300

~ --~---- - - -- - - -- -~---~- - -- - -

~---"CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FAll,

JENNY M JENSEN

WINSTON FORREST JONES BEVERLY L JORNIGAN JEFFREY MARRS KENNEDY· CLAYTON SCOTT KIE LYNNE LAIDLAW MOSS

I

COLLEGE Of ARTS AND SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ,ARTS . MAJOR ANT HROP.OLOG Y ECONOMICS JOURNAlISM HISTORY HISTORY,

POLITJCAl SCI ENC E

,MINOR HISTORY

BUS & 4DMIN SCIENCES HISTORY ENGLI SH POLUICAL SCIENC.E LIBRARY SCIENCE RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER 1978 POLITICAl SCIENCE HISTORY SO<: IOLOGY ,JOURNALISM SOC. IOLOGY HOME ECONOMICS JOURNALISM POL SC & GERMAN PSYCHOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY CHEMISTRY ANTHROPOlOGY POL

sci"

SOC· . COMHUN DISORDERS~

DEVER PAULUNGHOlF,JR KENNETH DAVID lEGE LINDA MAY LEGGETT SHERJU L LEV ITT

JANET ANNE LIDDLE , MARl AN E LUCERO

MARY B MADDUX HICKS CHRISTINE MMADIGAN MARY ELIZABETH MANCHEStER DAVID BRUCE MARTIN

MHDE PURICK HARTIN, CANDIDO JOSEPH MARTINEZ DORIS JOAN MARTINEZ MARK LOUIS MARTINEZ PHYLLIS SUE MART~NEZ

SOC &ENGL SPE.!=CH COMMUNiCATION HISTORY SPEC!AL EDUCATION ART, BIOLOGY HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY. '. PSYCHOLOGY, ·JOURNALISM ART HISTORY SOCIOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIOLOGY 6RI4N T MCCONNELL TIMOTHY C MCCORKLE GERARD J MCLAUGHLIN HENRY C HCMORDIE,JR ENGLISH JOURNALISM PSYCHOLOGY PSY,CH & speOM

PSYCHOLOGY

SPEECH COMMUNICATION THEATRE ARTS

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301

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES,19'18 FALL"

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF ARTS .

CORIN A MELESKI ANITA T MITCHelL

FREDERICK ARTHUR MOCHEL THOHIlENE ROBERTS MOON WYATT LAMONT MOORE GINO LUKE MORAGA COY KEVIN MOSS MILTGN A OLIVA MAJOR PHILOSOPHY JOURNAl ISM COMHUN DISORDERS HOME ECONOMI CS JOURNAL ISM' PSYCHOLOGY POLHICAlSCI ENCE ECONOMICS MINOR SPANISH POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY ANTHROPOLGY SPEECH COMMUNICATION ECONOMICS pSYCHOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE JOURNALISM SOCIOLOGY 'HISTORY JOURNAlISM GEOGRAPHY LINGUISTICS POLITICAL ,SCIENCE POLITICAL SCIENCE ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY, ECONOMICS

POL SC,& ECON POLITICAL SCIENCE JANE T OSBORN

KOREN LEE PANAGAKOS ANDREA PARKER HART BENTON PIERCE ANNA MCCLEERY POOLE SIMON RAYMOND· POTTER BARBARA K PRINE WI LlIAM H RAINBOLT PAULA JOY RASCON

RICHARD STEVEN REINHARDT OLIVER R RICKETSqN KRISTIN R ROBBINS GREGG S ROBINSON. fLORENCE A ROMERO RITA HARI E RONEY JAY DOUGLAS ROSENBLUM GEOffREY ROWE SPAN HIST SOC £ SP COM. £ SP COM £ POL.SC ENGLISH . PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH ENGLISH RUSSUN RUSSIAN PSYCHOLOGY PHILOSOPHY . GEOGRAPHY PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGY SOCIAL WElFAR'E HISTORY

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--- ._--.-=..-:...-;~'-o-__._~

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES,;, 1978 FAll '

ANNE ELIZABETH SCHULHERR MICHAEL E RUDD

BARBARA J RUIl· JONATHAN PAUL SANCHEZ JULIAN PAUL SANCHEZ· REUBEN SANCHEZ CHARLES S~NfORD ROBERT A SANTISTEVAN DON F II SCHADE PHILANN JOYSCHEMAN

JULI E ANN SERNA JIM E SHELTON TRUDr SIEBEN ANNE CL ARKSMlTH CAROLINE JAMIE SMYTHE'

I

COLLEGE OF ~RTS AND SCIENCES BACHELOR OF ARTS MAJOR PHILOSOPHY" ECONOMICS PSYCHOLOGY, ' PHILOSOPHY S~COM £ ECON <1 ' SOCIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY . ENGLISH ANTHROPOLOGY, MINOR. RELIGIOUS STUDIES ECONOMICS HISTORy SOC IOlOGY SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGY, BIOLOGY SPEECH COMMUNICATION ENGLISH ENGLI SH PSYCHOLOGY (SOCIOLOGY. GERMAN SOCIOLOGY KENNETH NEAL SOLOMON·

RICHARD LEE SOUTHALL. ROBERT SPENCER SPAULDING ARLON LOUIS STOKER,JR RAYMOND PAUL STUHLER REBECCA. J SZYMANSKI" NANCY DREW TAYLOR , SCOTT ALAN THOMAS

"

SHIRLEY MURPHY THOMPSON WILLIAM D THOMPSON HISTORY CHEMISTRY .. ANTHROPOLOGY. POLITICAL SCIENCE JOURNALISM JOURNAL ISH. SOCIOLOGY HISTORY. PSYCHOLOGY, HISTORY

,POLIT ICAL SCIENCE, BIOLOGY, ENGLISH ECONOMICS HISTORY. ENGLISH SOCIAL· WELFARE ANTHROPOLGY . SOCIOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENce

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES,. 1918 FALL

COLLEGE OF ARTS ANO'SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF ARTS .

MAJOR MINOR

DAMON PAUL TOBIAS MICHAEL JAY TUCKER MARTHA ANN VANCLIEF ESTELA ARELLANO VITE ELANl BfRNEDA WALDEN SCOTT ELDRIDGE WALKER EUGENIA ANN WALLACE JULI A ANNE "ANK JAMES HARVEY WARWICK TERESA GAIL WATKINS DEBORAH MERRILL WESBROOK GWENDOLYN COATS WILEMON JEFFREY GUY WOMBACHER

DOLORES ,ANN MOOD

TOO C AEBY

ADRIAN DARWIN ALVISIO SCOTT FREDERIC ANDERSON CAROLYN P BARNARD MILDRED LOUISE BURD.EN STEVEN GARRETT CASE JACK RANDELL COLE,JR MICHAEL L DAV I ES PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH CHEMISTRY~ SPANISH HISTORY HISTORY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH SPEECH COMMUNICATION ,., JOURNALISM

BACH ELOR OF SC IE'NCE·

MAJOR BIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY ASTROPHYSICS BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY GEOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE HISTORY BIOLOGY PORTUGUESE ECONOMICS ART SPANI SH ANTHROPOLGY . PHILOSOPHY

SPECIAt EDUCATION

ANTHROPOLGY HISTORY JOURNAL ISH POLllICAL SCIENCE MINOR CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY , MATHEMATICS DISTRIBUTED MINOR OISTRIBUTfOMINOR ART MATHEMA TICS DISTRIBUTED MINOR

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CANDIDATES FOR 9EGREES, 1978 FALL

..,j

,.

RICHARD JAMES DECLARK LISA ANNE EVANS IVAN VICTOR FAUCON BUDD RAYMOND FINCH,JR JAMES JEFFREY FOWLER RANDALL LOUIS HARVEY : DENIS D HITCHCOCK·

JOHN ANDRE~ HURLEY CHARLES WILLIAM IRlAND STEPHEN R JONES

MARK ANDREW JOYCE CAVID JEROME KALVELAGE MICHAEL JAMES KELLY. JEfFREY STUART KNOWLTON , THOMAS MARK LEHMAN

ELLEN KAY.LEHEN :" WILLIAM JOSEPH LOGUE , STEVEN MARK LONG

ANTHONY JOSEPH lUJAN KAREN ANN LYALL

:.

KENNETH MITCHEL MAIER GREG ALAN 'MARLEY GEORGE N JR MCAFEE HARK RAY HCCAUSLAND WILLIAM LANE MCCONNELL

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE "'AJOR BIOLOGY BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS· BIOLOGY BIOLOGY·· BI.OlOGY· PSYCHOLOGY MATHEMATICS BIOL: & tHEM. MATHEMATICS PSYCHOLOGY GEOLOGY CHEMISTRY PHYSICS GEOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY.

SIOL .& PSYCH

, BIOLOGY. CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY , BIOLOGY; BIOLOGY. BIOLOGY, MINOR CHEMISTRY CHEMI:STRY

COMPUTING & INFORSC] ANTHROPOlGY . . CHEMI STRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY, PSYCHOLOGY ECONOMICS

COMPUTING.&, INFOR SCI DISTRIBUTED MINOR MATHEMATICS MA:rH§MATlCS ti'lSIRIBUTED MINOR CHEMISTRY CHEMI STRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS CHEMISTRY PSYCHOLOGY tHEMI STRY . tHEMI STRY ~.~". j"'.• RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER ~978

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305

CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES. 1978 FALL

KATHERINE MCFADDEN LAUREN P MCGAVRAN DENNIS M MCQUILLAN LAURA ELLEN MYRE

!

!JAY QUADE : JOHN PETER RASK

,

BRUCE E REID MARK ROBERTSON STEVEN L ROWelL , CHRISTOPHER SAPUTA'

ROBERT ECWIN SHAFER DAVID WAYNE SHIFLETT BAIRD H SWANSON WAYNE ALLEN TAYLOR .DAVID

A

TORVESTAD . GRACE ANNE VANDENOVER . CRAI G 4L4N VESPE ,;-BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MAJOR MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS GEOLOGY .• BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS PSYCHOLOGY· BIOLOGY BIOLOGY, BIOLOGY . . BIOLOGY BIOLOGY ~IOLOGY GEOLOGY ,.' BIOLOGY GEOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY GEOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS MINOR

CPMPUTING &INFOR SCI BIOLOGY OISTRIBUTED MINOR PSYCHOLOGY ECONOMICS MATHEMATICS CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY GEOGRAPHY ENGLISH CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY D1STRI8UTEDHINOR . CHEMI STay. DISTRIBUTED HINOR CHEMISTRV CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY HAT~EHAT1CS POLl~ICAL,SC1ENCE . SPANI SH CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY' CHEMI STay

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CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES. 1978 fALL·

BACHELOR OF SCI ENCE

30~

I(AJOR . MINOR

PATRICIA ANN VIGIL BIOLOGY ECONOMICS

BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY ALICE IRENE WALKER

THEODORE JR WIEIBICKI CHARLES M WILLIAMSON

BIOL &PSYCH

MATHEMATICS ANTHROPOLGY

JOHN lESLIE AMES KATHRYN LOUISE AMES EILEEN MARIE .ARNES STEVEN K BECERRA MARY SUE BOLTON ,': PAULA'R BOTHWELL

ROBERT JR BUCKINGHAM (.; MICHAEL P CAREY

RICHARD JOHN CAVAllI MICHAEL J DELMONICO DANNY L DIS,aNTI MICHAEL FOOUGHTY STEPHEN RAND DWORKIN TRAVIS DEAN EDEN KENNETH ALAN fANNING ROGER GENE GONIALES DON LEE GRAY

MICHAEL THOHASHALLICK

THE ROBERT

o.

ANDERSON .SCHoeL'OF MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AOMINIS.TRATION

MAJOR HKTG MGT (CONCINI· fIN HGT (CONCTN) MKTG MGT (CONCiNI. ACCTG (CONCINI ACCTG· (CONCTN) INTLMGT (CONCTN)· ,,' HKIG MGT (CONCINI;; MUG MGT (CONCTNI" MKTGHGT (C'ONCTNI< ACC TG (CONC TN I· GENL MGT (CONCTNI FIN MGT (CONtTN) FIN MGI (CONCTNI~

FIN MGT (CONCTNI< HUMAN RES HGT (CONCTN GENL MGT (CONCTNI ACCTG (CONCTN) ACtTG (CONtTN)

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CANDIDATES FOR, DEGREES, 1918 FALL

. THE' ROBERT O. ANDERSONSCHOOLOFHANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MAJOR MURRAY DUANE HAMBRICK

JOHN ANDREW HECKES FRANK JOHN HINES CHRISTOPHER KAMBURIS JEFFREY N KARTCHNER

BRIAN. KITTEL

TIMOTHY MKLOEPPEL JOHN MICHAEL LANDRETH JOAN E LANNING

. DOROTHY ANN LICH JI MMY L LONG

ROONEY PAUL MAHONEY.

~ICTORIA B MARCO

GREGORY JOSEPH MASCI KATHLEEN ANN MAYER JAMES R MCCASKILL AlLI SON M MCELROY ROGER EARL JR MC~EY.. GARY 0 MEDINA

TERESA ANN MILLS ALBERT MONTOVA DEBORAH MARY OGOREK

KE~IN MICHAEL ORGILL:

HARIA AURELIA PEREZ SUE QUACKENBUSH ROBERT LOYD RADOMSKI

ACCTG (CONCTN) " FIN MGT (CONCTN) HK TG MGT (CONCTN)" "MKTG·MGT (CONCTN)" ACCTG (CONCTN), MKTG MGT (CONCTN) .MKTG MGT (CONeTN) ACCTG (CONe TN) ACCTG(CONCTN) GENL MGT (CONCTN) ACCrG (CONCTN) GENL MGT lCONCTN) ACCTG (·CONCTN) MKTG MGT (CONCTN)·· ..

-GENL MGT (CONeTN) MKTG MGT (CONCTN) UN MGT .ICO"NCTN)i ACCTG (CONCTN) GENL MGT (CONeTN) HUMAN RES MGT (CONCTN HUMAN RES MGT .(CONeTN

ACCTG (CONCTN) . FIN MGT (CONeTN): . ACCTG (CONCTN)

MKTG MGT (CONCTN): ACCTG (CONCTN)

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1918 FALL .

. THE ROBERT O. ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

BACHelOR OF· BUS I NESS AQMIN IS.TRAT ION MAJOR

CHRISTI MARl RAY. EOWARD ORONA REYNA ALBERT B SALAZAR

ELLYN BOATWRIGHT SEASON PHILLIP E SEGOTTA MARY ELLEN STEfAN THOMAS DEAN lAYS

RUSSELL RAI~ES THOMPSON

KURT ER Ie .T I EfA PETER DAVITT TOMPKINS JUDITH ANN TORREZ JIM JOHN VANDERGEEST ANGELA VUOSEOW JEFFREY POBERT WALES RAYMOND JR WALKOWSKI JAMES COREY WATSON ROBERT G WEllS

MARY E GUILFOYLE WILLIAMS

SCOTT LEE WITSCHG~R

JOHN LEONARD WOLFE JUDY HUDGINS YOUNG

GENLMGT ·(CONeTN).. ; INTL MGT (CONtTN)' MKTG MGT. (CONeTN) .• . ACC TG (CONCTN I . AtCTG (tONCTNI . MKTG MGT (CONtTNI MKTG MGT (CONtTN): ~CCTG (CONtTN). AttTG (tONCTNI Aec TG( CONCTN) .: GENL MGT (ebNeTNJ; FIN MGT (CONeTN);:. FIN MGT (C.QNCTNI ,." MKTG MGT (CONtTNI·· FIN MGL.leONCTNI . MGT INFOSYS (CONeTNI.· .. ACCTG (eONCTN) • MGT INFO SYS(CON~TNI ACCTG (CONCTN) .. ACC TG· CCONCTN I . ACC.TG (CONCTN): COLLEGE OF EOUCAT ION

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCATION·

MAJOR MINOR. CURRIC

LEESA GORDON ADCOCK

SPC EO SPECIAL EDUCATION

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309

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FAll

COLLEGE Of EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCAT ION

MAJOR MINOR CURRIC

IRMA MARIA CORREA SPC ED

LISA KAY CUMMINGS SEC ED

ANN LORETTO· DARLING SEC ED

PATRICIA ANNE DEPALM~

ART ED

WINIFRED ROSE GALARZA' SEC ED

CYNTHIA A .WOOD GALLEGOS SPC ED

WAYNE IRA GORDON SPC ED

ELIZABETH J·ROMERO GUERRA SEC ED

LEAH J GUll ERREl SPC ED

BARBARA A K Iff ER SEC ED

TERRI LYNN MACKEIGAN · SEC EO

.J~NET GAYLE·H MILLESON·

ART ED

CARLA GAIL PENAPEREA: · SPC EO

ELIZABETH J ROSEN50.HN · ART ED

DONALD DAVID ROY8AL · SPC ED

SANDRA lEE BYRD SCRIBNER SEC ED

MARGARET M~RY SHELDON SPC ED

OLIVIA J SKENANDORE SPC ED

LINDA KAYl SMITH SPC EO

EDDY B~RRERAS SOTO

SEC ED

JAMES J JR STAGNONE SPC ED

BETTY LOU TAPPAN SPC ED

, PATR Ie 1A WOOD SPC ED

EILEEN M YELLIN SPC ED

SPECIAL EDUCAUON ENGLISH SPANISH GERMAN SPEECH COHMUNICAT~ON

ART EDUCATION

. ENGLISH READING IN SEC SCHLS SPECIAL EDUCATION COMMUN DISORDERS . SPECIAL· EDUCAT,ION PSYCHOLOGY

BI LINGUAL... EOUCUI ON SPANISH SPECIAL EOUCATiiON SPANI SH COHMUNARTS COMPOSITE

TESOL READING IN SEC SCHLS ARTEDUCUION ANTHROPOLGY

SPECIA,",EDUCANON EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

,."

ART EDUCATION

SPEC IAL EDUCATION SPANISH

SOCIAL.STUOIES COMP LIBRARY SCIENCE SPECIAL EDUCATION . PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL EDUCATION ART EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION ART EDUCATION BILINGUAL EDUCATION SPANISH SPECIAL EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY SPECIAL EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL EDUCATION . PSYCHOLOGY

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310

CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL

HISTORY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRIC

MUSIC

BACHELOR. Of ,ARTS IN R~CREA~nON.

MINOR MAJOR

EVELYN IRENE ALVARADO . RECREAT ION.

RECREA

LAURA GUADALUPE ANSERA RECREAT ION.

RECREA

BRUCE EDWARD BARBER REC~EATION

RECREA

CHESTER PERKINS BROWN RECREATION

RECREA

DENISE FAYE· BUNNELL RECREATlON

RECR EA

HOY ANTHONYCH'AVEZ RECREATION

HCRE4

CYNTHI4 HARlE GRIEGO RECREATION

RECREA

JUDY LEE HARRIS RECREATION

. RECR EA

DRUSILLA J.LUCKE RECREATION

RECREA

AMY JEAN RIVERA RECREATION

RECREA

KENNETH VILLANI RECREATION

RECREA

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EOUCATlON

MAJOR M~NOR CURRIC

SHERYL DENESE ADAIR EL ED SHARON BACA f l EO SOTELA F V BOTTOMLEY, EL ED RI CH ARD BRANCH EL EO

. JENNIFER ROSE BUFFINGTON SEC EO

PAUL ELIAS CHAVEZ

EL ED .

CAROL W CIMINO EL EO

YOLANDA SARA· CORDOVA SEC ED

lINDA SUE ECRNICH EL EO

LUISE SYBIL· CROW SEC ED

PATRICIA ANDREA DIVASTO EL EO

ELEMENTARY EDUCAT10N' BILINGUAL EDUCATION

ElE MENT AR YEDUCATION' ENGLl SH

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION .~NGLISH

ELEHENTARLEDUCATlON SPECIAL EDUCATION

BUS I NESS EDUCATI ON PSYCHOLOGY

ELEMENTARY EDUCAT10N RECREATION

ELEMENTARY EDUCA UON . EARLY CHILD,",OOD ED

BUSINESS EDUCATION . SPANI~H

ELEMENTARY EOUCAT~ON PSYCHOLOGY

BUSINESS EDUCATION GERMAN

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· CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1918 FALL

BACHELOR OF SCI ENCE IN EDUCATION

I4AJOR HINOR CURRIC

PETER DAMIAN ESPINOSA EL EO

· EDULIA RODELA ESTRADA SEC EO

KATHLeEN FITZPATRICK

El ED

MARY fLORES VIGIL SEC EO

GLORU TRUJIllO GAllEGOS SEC ED

ELIZABETH JOY GINGRICH EL ED

SANDRA K hARRISON El ED

JOAN WALKER HOWLAND · EL ED

!JANICE A JCHNSON "EL EO

ISHANNON K KELLEY : SEC ED

: OEANt\A MARIE; KORISH · EL ED

MARY ANNE LANDRETH ! EL EO

· AGNES CELIA'LEDOUX EL EO

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BARB.ARA J LIBERMAN EL EO

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· JUDITH ROSE HITSOfF · EL EO

DEANNE JULIA 'NELSON SEC EO DEBBIE SALAZAR · EL EO MARl E P SALAZAR SEC EO LOURDES L ,SANCHEZ EL ED STEVEN A SANCHEZ EL ED

CORNELlA M BEGAY ,SHORTY SEC ED

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ENGLISH

BUSINESS EDUCATION READING IN SEC SCHLS ELEMENTARY EOUCA TlON EARLYCHIlDHOOD ED . BUSINESS EDUCATION HOME ECONOMICS BUSINESS EDUC.ATI ONENGLI SH

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BILINGUAL EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCA lION EARLY CHI LDHOOD' ED ELEMENTARY EDUCATlON EARLY CHILDHOOD ED ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AMERICAN STUDIES BUSINESS EDUCATION . SPEECH COMMUNICATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION . EARLY CHILDHOOD ED . ELEMENTARY EDUCATION EARLY CHILDHOOD ED ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. BILINGUAL EDUCATION

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; ELEHENTARY,EDUCATION.EARLY CHILDHOOD ED. , elEMENTARY EDUCATION LIBRARY SCIENCE

BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY

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-CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES .. 197B FALL

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION

31.2

MAJOR MINOR CURRIC

GENEVA JANET STEVENSON' EL EO

MARY ANITA SWEENEY, EL ED

CHAR lENEE WOOD TANNER

EL ED

HELEN BOENTJETHORNTON

SEC ED '

DEaRA SUE CONVER'SE Tl~IER SEC ED

ROBERT TORRES EL ED

ANTHCNETTEC~~EGEMBO EL ED

MARIA ALICIA TRUJILLO EL ED .

ELEANOR CLAIRE WAGNER SEC ED

MARY L WASHBURN flED

TERRI ELAINE WILSON . , EL ED

ELEMENTARY EOUCA lION SPECIAL EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION EARLY. CHILDHOOD EO. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B,USINESS EDUCATION BUSINESS EDUCATION

BUSINESS EDUCATION, . ECONOMICS

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BUSINESS EDUCATION' HUSICEDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BILINGUAL EDUCATION ELEMENTARYEDutATION SOCIOLOGY

. BACHELOR OF ,SCHNCE IN HEALTH,EDUCATION

JOANN L ORTll H ED KAY QUILLIN,PRATHER H ED REBECCA ROYBAL, H ED MAJOR HEALTH EDUCATION . HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH EDUCATION MINOR CURRie

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, IN HQME.ECONOMICS EDUCATION

PAULETTE GAIL GEHRKE"

H EC ED

KAYE LINDA GROVES H EC ED

-DEBORAH ANNE .TOLLIVER

H EC ED

VICTORIA S VILLANI H EC ED

. MAJOR

HOME: ECON· EDUCATION HOME EtON EDUCATION HOME ECON EDUCATION HOME ECON EDUCA nON

MINoR

HEALTH EDUCATION

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 fALL

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATI ON

MAJOR MINOR CURRIC

CHARLES EOWARD MACQUIGG SEC EO

EDWARD F SCHAUB SEC EO

JOHN HOWARD SHERIFF SEC EO

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION

,INDUSTRIALEDUCAT~ON

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PAMELA JUNE ALARID P E

PATTI LEE COCKROFT P E

DONALD JEFFREY DAVIS P E

ERIC ALLAN CRESSLER

P E

DIANE MARIE GRAVES P E

TIMOTHY GWINN HENRY, P E

DAVID A JOHNSON P E

ROSE LEE MONftJU P E

JEFf L RABOR,,!, P E

MAJOR

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PHY SI CAL ECUCATI ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION , PHYSiCAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION ,,' PHY,SICAL EDUCATION PHY SICALECUCATION COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

BACHelOR OF, ENGINEERING

MINOR

RECRE AT,I ON

BIOLOGY RECREATION , HISTORY

,HEALTH EDUCA nON HEALTH EDUCATION RECREATION PSYCHOLOGY

CURRIC

LINDA ASHLAND DOTSON PAMELA ANN SAXMAN GULLEV MICHAEL EOWAROLEWIS STANLEY LEE LOVE

COMPUTER SCIENCE OPTION ENERGY &POWER SYSTEMS OPTION COMPUTER SCIENCE OPTION ENERGY & POWER SYSTEMS OPTION

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CANDIDATES. fOR DEGREES •. 1918 FALL

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN<CIV.IL ,ENGINEERING

JAFFAR ASGH~RZADEH

MELVIN HARRY DAHLBERG PAUL S DARHITlEl PETER KEVIN DOLES HICHAELDAVIDGO~EZ

ill SCOTT HAGE~

ROSERT E III HARDING ALLYN EOGAR HUGHES

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TODD IRELAND

BRUCE LAIN KNEBLlK' WIL+IAH HACK HOORE THOMAS 0 HORRISON DUAN E ALAN NEll JULIAN JOHN PACO STEVEN JOSEPH PURDY MEHROAD TABRlllAN CHARLIE V P TRUJILLO JEffREY BERNARD WEST HAROLD THOMAS YATES JIMMIE ROSCOE YEATS

BERNARD P CLifFORD DAVID DARREL DOUGLAS

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BACHELOR Of SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL·ENGINEERING,

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315

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FALL

BACHELOR OF 'SCI ENCE,I N CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

MICHAEL GARY MOONEY WILLIAM ALFRED OBRIEN

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COHPUTlNG&INFORHA,TION

RICHARD JAMES BANDO VICKI JOHNSON JENKINS MICHAEL JOSEPH LYNCH

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRtCALENGINEERING

JOHN ROY BARNUM RODNEY SPENCER BIDDLE THOMAS DONALD BURNS

CLENTON E CCLLIER

RICKY WAYNE COX

WILL lAM OONALD HARWOOD.JR

CR4JG CHARLTON HUNTER

GARRY LELAND LEIKER

JEFFREY

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SAM DAVID MONACO

JACK WELTON OGG R1CHARD STALLINGS HAROLD DEAN STEWART JEFfREY ELGIN THELEN

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BACHELOR OF SClENcE IN ElECl:RICAL· 'ENGINEERING

PAUL R VARNEY.

WAI CHAN NICHOLAS WOO

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL 'ENGINEERING HARTIN R BACHICHA

CAROL BANGERT

DARYL LEE CORSENTINO' STEVEN MICHEAL CURTIS MARY ELLEN M FRESQUEZ DAVID LAWRENCE GAONA

ROBE~T REED GI~ES

LEE EDWARD kART PETER JAMES HAWES "PATRICIA E KEARNEY

MELVIN SCOTT KREIN RONALD WAYNE, LEGER WALTER EDWIN MARRABLE:: DAVID U RAKESTRAW. III

JAMES GREGORY RENFRO

Joe c

JR VIGIL·

.-: CLAUDE M WILLIAMS . LIONEL ALLAN YOUNG

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-31.7

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-CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, ,1978,FAlL:

COllEGE OF FINE ARTS

, 'BACHelOR OF ARTS-IN F I,NE ARTS MAJOR

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JOSEPH WAYNE BRAZIL JOSEPH JOHN ~OLLAR ROBI N MAL ONE

NANC~ BOYNTON MILORD

MARY ANN MORAGA JAN THOMAS WELSOH CHRISTINA PHILLIPS RONNIE ALAN PITMAN MAURCENA EBY WELLS RUTH ZAPHIROPOULOS ART STUDIO ART STUDIO ART HISTORl' ART STUDIO ART STUDIO ART STUDIO 'ART STUDIO MUSIC HISTORY _ ART .HI~TORY ART STUDIO

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS

RICH,ARD S ARMINGTON HELEN WINTER BALL WILLIAM LEMUEL BROWN MARTIN ROBERT BUTT JAMES RUSSELL HOLBROOK ARNOLD ROSS HOROwITZ MAVIS MARGARET HUMES

KELLY ANN KIEFER SUSAN MCKINNEY RICK M NICKERSON DIANE HARlE NOVA~ ELLEN CLAIRE PAGNINI '

MAJOR ART STUDIO' ART STUDIO ART STUDIO ART STUDIO ART STUDIO ART STUDIO THEATRE ARTS-ART STUDIO ART STUDIO THEATRE ARTS' ART ST~DIO THEATRE ARTS. RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER 1978 . . -C.

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CAND IDATES fOR DEGREES. 1978 FALl;;.

BACHELOR OF FINE. ~RTS

MAJOR

318

: WADE ALAN· PETTY

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JULl A EllEN PURSELL·; , JOSHUA AL EX ROSE

DEBRA M SANDOVAL· : VIRGINIA ANN VAN PELT

. KATHERINE FRAWLEY ,VANDERBOOM

STACEY ANN KELLER BOUMAN PATRICIA HEWITT BROTHWELl STEPHEN GERALD MONTOY A·.

MICHAEL S HERRERA· RONALD LEE MARTINEZ JOHN EDWARD RIVERS HARlE DOROTHY SMRT THEATRE ARTS ART STUDIO ART STUDIO· ART STUDIO, THEATRE ARTS . ART· STUDIO BACHelOR Of HUSIG . MAJOR MUSIC MUSIC HUSIC

..

-BACHELOR OF HUSIC EDUCATION MAJOR HUSIC EDUCATION MUSIC EDUCATION HUSIC EDUCATION HUSIC EDUCATION ,. SCHOOL Of LAW JURIS DOCTOR .HELVINRICHARD BEITLER.JR JOSEPH AUGUSTA CABARRUS MATTHEW L CHACON

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319

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL SCH OOL OF LA W

JURIS DOCTOR

THOMAS lEROY KAlH

STEVEN SUSU~U KONDO

WESTLEY RANDOL lOGAN JOHNNY MICHAEL MILLER ERIC JERO'E HORRISON DIANE KAY .POTTER DAVE ELCY ROMERO MARGARET ELAINE ROMERO KATHLEEN K TOWNSEND MARY LITTLETON VERMILLION BRI4N PATRICK WILLETT

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE DOCTOR OF MEDICiNE

BARBARA JOYCE HOWELL JAMES ALLAN STOECKEL CAVID MELVIN VICK

. COLLEGE OF NURSING

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING,

MICHAEL WILLIAM BENWAY JULIE MARGARET R DAX JUDITH MARIE GHOSLIN PAMELA RAE GUNN GUSTAFSON PATRICIA GRANT HIGGINS

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320

. CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1978 FAll

COLLEGE OF NURSING

BACHELOR OF SCIENCEtN NURSING

MELINDA KAY PERRY SHAW KATHRYN MAE ORT WOLfARTH

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

BACHELOR OF SC lENCEINDENTAlHYGIENE

GAIL ELIZABETH MOSES

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY'

LOUIS S CAMPAGNA,JR ROBERT WARREN COLLINS· JAMES CORBIN PARKER

ROBERT KE~T SHELTON

NERIO T TORRES

JORG E DAVI D ACCAME ANNE ELIZABETH ACUFF MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS

..

, GRADUATE SCHOOL MASTER OF ARTS MAJOR ANTHROPOLOGY GUIDANCE. GUIDANCE SAMUEL S ALONZO

IVAN WALDe ~RCHIBEQUE

PAULA BYRD ASHLEY, SANDRA SH IT,H BALlEJOS WARD CHRISTOPHER BALLMER.

EDUCATION ADMINISIRAT SECONDARY ,EDUCATION ._ ELEMENT ARY . EDUCATION

ELEMENTARY ,EDUCATION , GUIDANCE

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321.

CANOID4 TES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL GRADUATE SCHOOl.

MASTER Of ARTS MAJOR LINDA FLEMING BANKER

8ENJAHI N BARNEY RUTH A BATTUELLO PHILLIP BlUEHOUSE DAVID JOHN BOLDT 'lORRAINE MAE BOOHER :THERESA JANE BOWLES ;LUCILLE ANN V KBRESSON

ANIT A T BROWN

:PATRICIALoUISA BUSLEE PATRICK OKEEFE CALLAHAN SOPHIE' J COLLARoS GARY JAMES CONLEY DENNIS CADEtOOMBS ARTHUR B CORDOVA

GERAlDINEVIGI~ CaRll'

PATRICIA RAE CURTIN LEE TILFORD DAVIS MITZIE KATHLEEN DAWE PAUL A DEBLASSIE,lll' MARIA RITA OELGADO, JOYCE ANN DIPPOLD

MARGARET VIRGINIA DOWLING ANDRE DON DUMONT

, . , .

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-

.

ELEHENTARYEDUCA.T1oN EDUCATION ADMINISTRAT EDUCATI ON AOM IN IS TRAT , EDUtAlIONADHINISTRAT

ECONOMICS

.' ELEMENT ARY. EDUCATION FRENCH GUIDANCE EDUCATION ADKINISIRAT . MUHEMATICS SECONDARY EOUCATION ANTHROPOLOGY ANIHROPOlOGY

..

" RECREATION

SECONDARY 'EOUCAT ION ELEMENTARY: 'EDUCATION ARrEOUCATION PSYCHOLOGY ELEMENTARY EDUCATION GUIDANCE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION GUIDANCE HISTORY \"~.:. ,~, .~... 'J

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1978 FAll GRADUATE SCHOOL

MASTER OF ARTS

MAJOR .

HERBERT OTTO EOGINS HAZLET J EDMONDS MARGARET SHER ELLISTON PATRICIA ANNE EVANS ELLEN FEDER

ANTOINETTE ROSE FINE STEVEN RALPH FITCH STEPHEN lAWRENCE FORTESS DICKIE DIEGO GALLEGOS

I JACK DEWAYNE GITUNGER •.lR

i i

, ANNE M WHEELOCK GONIAl ES ROSANNA LEE GONZALEZ, BARBARA GORDON

PATRICK DAVID GORE THOMAS LEE, HALL BEVERLY JUNE HARRIS CYNTHIA J HARWELL MICHAEL ARCHIE HAYS DAVID HENDIl.Y.JR LESL IE HENNESSEE CARO( CHINBERG HENRY' BERTA ALICIAHERNAAlDEZ DOLORES HELEN HERRERA., MARIA LOYOLA HERRERA PATR ICK HERRERA

GUI DANCE SPEECH COMMUNICATION GUIDANCE 'ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELEMENTARYEDUCAT~ON GUIDANCE ART GUIDANCE EDUCATION ADMINISTRAT SeCCNDARY EDUCATItN GUIDANC,E GUIDANCE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ,,' SECONDARY EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL ,EDUCATION ENGLISH , GUI DANCE ,

SPECIALEOUC~TION

" ELEMENT ARY EDUCATION GUIDANCE

ELEHENTARYEOUCATI0N ELEMENTARY ,EOUCAUON , ELEHENTARYEDUCATION

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323

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1918 FALL

JULI A B HOGAN SANDRA E HOOGERWERF SHERRY LYNN HOUCK MARY FRANCES HOWARD· MADALYN SUE HULL KAREN HUTHSING JAY MAXWELL IHRIG LIBBY JONES JACOBUS KENT SIDNEY JAMES KATHRYN L GOFf JOHNSON

PATRICIA AN~ JONES

TERRI SUE B KIRKPATRICK MICHELE ANN KOFFLER RALPH W KOPANSKY IRIS JEAN KRAMER

ARTHUR A. LIBERATORE

MYRON JAY LIBERMAN CLAUDE C LIGHTFOOT GLENNA HARlE LOAR . JOSEPH A LYNN

MILDRED GWENDOLYN MADISON BARBARA JEAN KANE MAGINN HARIA T MARKUSFELO DONNA DRAKE MCADAMS MARVINC MCCALLUM SPECIAL.EDUCATION ART EDUCATION SPEECH· COMMUNICATION SECONDARY EOUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATION ADMINISIRAT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SP EC I AL EDUCATION ,.-FOUNDATIONS OF ED ELEHENTARi EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION SECONDARY. EDUCATICN ENGLISH SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATION ADMINlSTRAT SPECIAL eOUCATlON PSYCHOLOGY· FOUNDATIONS OF ED GUIDANCE PSYCHOLOGY RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER 1978 - - - .

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-CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FALL

GRADUATE SCHOOL ,

MAST ER Of ARTS MAJOR MICHAEL FRANCIS MCCARTHY

JOHN NELSON MCGOVERN·.·

ANGELINA FR~NCES MEDINA

fRANCES A MELENDEZ MARIAN HEL EN A MILL ER

-RUTH LA~ELLE MIX

RUDV A MONDRAGON HAE8AH 8 MORRIS

i

JUDI TH ANN HOVA

i SAMUEL DAVIt MYERS

JANE LESLIE NORDBY NANCY ANN NORMAN ROBERT JOSEPH OLIX . BRENDA ClANE PETTIES

JEANNE ALISON PINKHAM. RAYMOND LEO/l PINTO JANET BELLAMY POPE KATHLEEN DOHERTYPUHA SANDR4 HARRIS REEDER PATRICIA H RENTERIA HOWARD ROBERT REYNOLDS MARGARET HELEN RINGGOLD CAROLE PAUL' ROBERTS MICHAEL ROBERT RODRIGUEZ EL EA "'OR D ROMERO·

GUIDANCE RECREAT ION ..

EDUCATION ADHINISTRAT·

EL EMENTARYEDUCAt~ON

ELEMENT ARYEDUCAT ION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ART EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ENGLISH SPECIAL EDUCATION· ELEI'1ENTARYEDUCAHON ART. SPECIAL EDUCAJION GUIDANCE SPECIAL EDUCATION ELEHENTARYEDUCATION , PSYCHOLOGy, GUIDANCE

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CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FAll - GRADUATE SCHOOL HASTER OF ARTS MAJOR i, I, i LYNNE ROSEN' PEGGY JANE ROSS FRANCIS A SABATO

LOIS GAIL HILBERT SAMSON KAREN L SANCHEZ

WILLIAM STEVE SAYER DEBRA SCHNEIDER

DOUGLAS FREDRIC SCHRAMM MARY EL IlABEtH SELZER ,MICHEAL JCHN SHEARER

JOSE ALMACHESIMBANA NATHAN SKALLMAN ROBERTA RUTH SMITH MIGUEL A SOSA

BARRY GEORGE STAMPFL LAURA ELLEN STAN LINDA l STOKES

: CATHERINE MARIE STROBL BARBARA COLE STRONGIH SALL Y SULlUM

EDWARD L TENORiO NANCY LYONS THOMAS RAYMOND F TCLMAN HILTON A TOPPINO,JR OSCAR ISO,

SECONDARY EDUCATION ANTHROPOLOGY

SECONDARY EOUCIH I·ON GUIDANCE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SP,EECH COMMUNICATION GUIDANCE SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION ENGLISH ELEMENT.ARYEDUCATION RECREATION fOUNDATIONS OF ED ART ENGLISH GUIDANCE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY GUIOANCe ,ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SECONDARY EOUCATION , SPEECH COMMUNICATION EDUCATION ADHINISTRAT RETROACTIVE TO SUMMER 1978 - i 1 ._ . . _

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-CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FALL

326

WILLIAM JOHN VANOERHOVEN FRANCISCO VALADARES IDA ANN VALVERDE

KARl BETHANY WARD

GRADUATE SCHOOL

HASTEROf. ARTS

MAJOR EDUCATION ADMINI~rRAT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION GUIDANCE

..

LOIS VERMILYA ~ESLOWSKI '

CAVID ALLEN WESTERFIELD

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ROBERT ALAN WIDDICOMBE AUDREY ELLEN WILSON DIANN NOLL ZENTNER

ROBERT DENNIS ARNOLD JOHN 0 BARBER

ANNE JOHNSON BROWN LINDA ANGELETTI BURGER MARGARET HOCK CARROLL,' ROY DAVID CASON

HILTeN fRANCIS CASSON

BARBARA JILL DOUGLAS

GEORGE P EICHWALD WMICHAEL GLOVER

WILLIAM PORTER GRACE,III DONALD' BRUCE JEffRIES RICHAR D LEGOZA ANTHROPOLOGY. SECCNDARYEOUCAT ION ART ELEHENTARYEDUCAT ION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

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CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL

MASTER OF ARTS IN PUBLIC ADf4UHSTR AT ION

MARCIA ELLEN LU8AR JOHN MARTIN LUJAN

PAULA MAR IA MITCHELL SUELY RENNO PORTER RONALD MAX ROBLES JOHANNA SMITH WARNER WALTER TALSO JOCELYN MARIE TORRES MICHAEL D· WALKER THERON DEAN WILSON

MASTER OF ARCHI TECTURE

,.,

RICHARD THOMAS BRAUN JOHN ARTHUR COONS ETHEL Z KOLCDNER WAYNE STANLEY LLOYD

WILLIAM GEORGE OSOFSKY.

ROBERT E STRELL

MASTER OF ,ARTS IN TEACHING BUSINESS SUBJECTS

CHERYL JEAN HARTIN GLAUNER DRUCIlLA B VALDEZ

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---"'---.,---CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES.1978.FAL~

HASTER OF ARTS IN •TEACHING HOME ECONOHICS

JOAN ELAINE· COWAN TONI LILLIAh MARTORELLI

NIXIE J. WILLIAMS·

MAsTER OF ARTS' IN leACHING· SCIENCE

STEPHEN P SCHUH

MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING SPANISH

ASTRID K RUSSELL

HEt-.RI MAN BARENDSE ERIC BARTON JOHNSON EDWARD KENLY WHITE

JOHN KH YIP HASTER OF FI~EARTS MAJOR FINE ARTS FINE ARTS FINE ARTS HASTER OF HUSIC MAJOR· MUSIC

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329

CANOI04TES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FALL

MARGARET W ASPREY CHERYL LYftN BABCOCK PAMELA MCKEEVER BARGER RAYMOND JOSEPH BENINATO WU LONG CHENG

ELIZABETH J~NE DAVIDSON

DUNCAN LEE EDWARDS ERIC ARTHUR ENGQUIST REGGIE ALAN FLETCHER ROBERT FOGLESONG WILLIAHJOSEPH GALYEAN ELAINE JOYCE GUIDICE WALT ER D HATCH CAROL ANN HILL

RENE ANN JOHNSON ROBERT CHARLES JOST ROBERT WILLIAM KINSMAN 'PETER JOHN KOMEN,lII-'

KURT ROBIN LANES YVONNE ODILE LAUGHLIN

GAYLE ELIZABETH

a

LUX

ERNESTINE MANSfIELD KATHLEEN ANNETTE HARPE MARJORIE ANN HART MARQUIS JEFFREY CARL MILES

MASTER OF SCIENCE MAJOR NUCLEAR ENGINEERING COHHUN DISORDERS COMMUN DISORDERS ,PHYSICAL EDUCATION , ELECTRICAL: ENGR CHEMISTRY GEOLOGY

ElECTRI CAL; ENGR BIOLOGY

CIVIL ENG.NEE~ING

NUCLEAR ENGINEERING COMHUN DISORDERS , ELECTRI CAL, ENGR

GEOLOGY

COHHUN DISORDERS BIOLOGY

COMPUTING & INFOR SCI

COMPUTING & INFOR SCI

ELECTRICALENGR COMHUN 01SORDERS . GEOLOGY HEALTH EDUCATION PHY SICAL'EDUCATION COMHUN DISOROE~S (.HEMICAL ENGR - . - - -, - - - -~---,- - - ' - -' - - - . _ - - , - - - ~

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. _ - - - -

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-CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918 FALL

MASTER OF SCIENCE MAJOR

KERN LLOYD NUTTALL RUSSELL MELVIN PETERSON. RUY A QUIJANO ESQUIVEL ·CCRNELIO DOMINGUEZ RIVERA

JOSEPH RAY ROSS DON HERTIAL ROWLAND GENE E RUNKLE NORMAN H SAMUELSON

PAUl SCHAEFER PUAY HIN SEO SHAPOOR SHARAREH

FRANCIS JAMES SMILOWITZ ANDREW EDWARD SPENCER APRIL KATHRYN STEFfENS RAYMOND THEODORE SZEKUNDA DOLORES JULIA·VIGIL.

LEOLA JEAN WALKER DONNA LOUISE WETMORE YU CHUN WU

EMMANUEL DATENCIO: JOHN STEPHEN. ATHENS

CHEMISTRY ELECTRICAL,ENGR NUCLEAR ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

ELfURltAL .ENGR

BIOLOGY

COMPUTING .&.1tiFOR SCI·

EL ECTRI CALENGR ELECTRI CAL ENGR CIVIL ENGINEERING PHYSICAL EDUCATION I'·~ ELECTRICALENGR COHHUN Dl~OROERS BIOLOGY HEAL1HEDUCATION BIOLOGY. BIOlOG'l EL ECTRICAlENGR DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, MAJOR

CURRIe· &;INSTR

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331

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1978 fALL:

, DOCTOR Of PHILOSOPHY

WILLIAM CARL BAURECHT CHRISTOPHER 8 BEHLING NORMA. C BOBOllS WILLIAM CAIRE JESS DAVID CAUDILLO ,JANICE BAKER CORZINE

KENNETT S COrT MICHAEL ALAN GLAZER

ERLl NOA GONZALES CARL AARON HANSON CLARENCE JHATLEBERG BLAIR HYSMlTH

ANN ELIZABETH JAMES NATHAN EDMUND KELLEY JAMES R08ERT KELSEY MICHAEL LEE LAWSON·

FRANCISCO A LOMELI

REBECCA GARCIA LUTZ, GEORGE REID LYON DAVID ALLEN MCCAMEY, CHARLES LARRY HILLER MICHAEL G fl,ORAN WILLIAM H G MORGAN BILLY LEE MORRIS LAWRENCE ALLEN HORRIS

MAJOR

AMERICAN STUDIES CURRie &, INSTR CURRIC & INSTR ,BIOLOGY

CURRIC& INSTR AOHINIS & SUPERV HISTORY,

PSYCHOLOGY

ROMANCE LANGUAGES , HISTORY,

MECHANICALENGR CURRIC & INSTR ;, CURRIC & I NSTR

,,"

BIOLOGY

, ELECTRI CAi.. ENGR HISTORY

ROMANCE'LANGUAGES CURRIC & INSTR

CURRIC I; INSTR'

CHEMISTRY CURRIe & INSTR ENGLISH

ANTHROPOLOGY CURRIC & INSTR ENGLISH

(38)

- - - - - --

- -

----..-.

" - - - - -"

" ----~

-CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL~

. DOCTOR OF PHl~OSOPHY

MAJOR SANDRA JEAN ODELL

JAMES MICHAEL OLIKER JOAN LUVERNE PAUL ROBERT PAUL REYNOLDS-LOUIS GARY RITZ LONDIS PAUl. SASA

RANDALL FSCHALK NEAL E(ICT SINGER WAYNE MERLE. TROTT BARBARA A WALDMAN

CURRIC

&

INSTR AMERICAN STUDIES CURRIC & I NSTR · BIOLOGY

· CURRIC & INSIR NUCLEAR ENGINEERIN~

ANTHROPOLOGY AMERICAN STUDIES CHEMISTRY

ECONOMICS

SCHOOL OF- ARCHITE'UUR EANDPLANNI NG BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

MAJOR HINOR

.',

ELLEN BROWN ADAN ARCHITECTURE KAREN ANNE ALARID ARCHITECTURE· MICHELLE SUZANNE /lnAYA ARCHITECTURE MARK ANTHONY 8ACZEK ARCHITECTURE fRANK LEONARD .CHANDLER ARCHITECTURE ARTHUR LYNN CHATWIN ARCHITECTUR E JEffREY S ERICKSON ARCHITECTURE JEFFREY AVRIELLGQRRELL ARCHUECTURE JACK NEWTON·HAROWICK ARCHlTECTUR E . JAMES PATRICK LYNCH' ARCHI TECTURE SHAUN GORDON MARTIN ARCHI TECTUR E MICHAEL G POWelL · ARCHITECTURE

(39)

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. 1918 FALL

I

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND; PLANNING BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

DONNA G RIFFENBURGH LAWRENCE MICHAEL VIA JAMES EVAN WEAVER WILLIAM L kEIS,JR HAJOR ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE'~ ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE MINOR EMILY A AKIN

JOHN COOPER ALBRIGHT DUDLEY JR ALLEN

~OAN ALLAN AMES

MICHAEL L ANDRAKOWIC~

ESTEVAN A ARMIJO VICTORIA MARIE ATKINS CLAUD ROBERT ATKINSON EVELYN FAYE AYERS JOAN W BRESLOW BADER MELVA ANN BAZAN ROBERT BRIAN BELL JAME S RICHARD BERNAL BARBARA 8ERNDT

CHRISTINA L BLACKBURN HOWARD A BLUH

JOSE V BORREGO

MICHAEL EDWARD BOUTIN

UNIVERSITY STUDIES

. BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY.STU.DIES

(40)

, ; ,

- ~-- -

--~---CANOIDUES FOR DEGREES. 1978.FALL.

UNIVERSITYSTUDIfS

BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES

..

ELIZABETH ANN BRAUN CAROL GRACE BREINIG ROBERT GEORGE BRITTON DANIEL A BRUMMELL GREGORY ADAIR BRYAN MATTHEW DEAN 8UGG JILL BUHLER

CYNTHIA JEAN BURGESS WILLIAM CBURLEY ROBERT KENNETH BURNS JAMES F BUTTER8AUGH LAWRENCE T CARMIGNANI

_.J

-.,

334

ANA MARIA CHAVEZ BRut E AURELIUS CHAVEZ CHARLES L CHAVEZ LOUISE A CHAVEZ. TIMOTHY "JAMES CULLY. JAMES M CURRY,IV MARY ELEANOR CUTHRELL STEVEN WARREN DEBERNARDI CHEMILLA R L DEC4S4US MICHAEL'A DECICCO RICHARD DELANEY· JAMES HENDERSON DUFF PAT DUFFEY INGRASSIA

(41)

- - - -

--

-CAND IDAlES FOP. DEGREES., 1978 FAll

UNIVERSITY STUDIES

BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES

ALLAN A JRDUNLAP ELIZABETH ANN FARRELL -, CHRISTOPHER A FOSTER

CARMEN FRANCO

DENISE LYNN GALLEGOS BILLY RAY GARRETT

'- SHARON DENISE HOORE GARRISON LOYOLA C GAUNA

ROBERTA GENNETT fRANK A GILPIN LINDA CAROL GIVENS DEBORAH V GONZALES FRANCIS STEPHEN GRIEGO JOHN CONRAD GRIEGO

REIN~OLD F GROEPLER

ANA HARIA GUEVARA GRETA H HARUTUNIAN CARRIE lOU HAUGEN THOMAS MCDOUGALL HEADY, LYNN A HOPKINS

PAUL DAVID HORAK ANDY H HOROhlT Z

HELlSSA HOUSTON

JULIE TATE HUDSON GALE W HUGHES.JR

(42)

CANDIDATES .FOR DEGREES,; 1978 FALL

UNIVERSITY STUDIES

BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY ,STuDIes

CANDACE HUSTON KENNETH KEITH HUTTON THOMAS LEE H¥SOM, KARE NG RAOICKINGLIS, RONALD MAX JARAMILLO JANE ELLEN JOURDAN EVELYN FAIT KELLER JAMES C III KENNEDY" BARBARA LOIS KEPPERS ' WIllIAM J KISCADEN DAVID M KLEBANOFF PHYllIS MAYFIELD' KNOX 'JOSEPH PETER KOURY

,,' ROSEMARY E KUBIAK CHARLES G JRLACROIX MLAWRENCELARRAGOITE KAROLLEE LAVALLE MICHELLE A LESICKA M BEATRICE,LLOYD EL TH IA F LUCERO PAMELA KAY LUNDERMAN JEFFREY T HANIERRE DAN MARTIN,MARTINEZ JOSEPH W R MARTINEZ ROSE TERESA MARTINEZ

,\

....

-'1"16

(43)

~17

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES,'. 1978 FALL

UNI VERSITYSTUDIES

BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY$TUDIES

RUD\, A MARTINEZ MARY LYNN MATISON JAMES EDWARD MCATEE B.6RBARA A MCREYNOLDS

DORA GRACE ~EDINA

SHARON KA\'MEKETA SUSAN RAYNER MELLON JOYC E FRAS ER HU.lS MICHAEL ANDREW HIHOVIGH ALBERT LOUISHIRABAl

LAWRENCE C MORGAN

JOHN K MORRIS

KAREN MARIE HOUND

,.,

WILLIAM LEE OBERG JAMES MOWEN WAYNE A OYENQUE MICHAEL AUSTIN PALMER WALTER S PENDLETON THOMAS EUGENE PERKlNS ,HANLEY PINO

D~NNl&

ifQAMS PLAGGe

LINDA GAIL poTTs

DAVID PRECIADO HELEN PRIDDY

BERNADETTE A PRINSTER

, ; '

(44)

_~---·e

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1918FAlt

UNI VERSITYSTUDIES

, BACHELOR OF UNIVERSHY:STU,DIES

KAREN ANN REAM JOSEPH PATRICK REEL MELINDA BENHAM REHLING

NED J RENN,IU

GA IL M RENN IE ELIZABETH J ROBERTS CAROL J RCRRER JAMES JOSEPH RUZICKA

ORLA~OO SAIS

ALBERT JOSEPH SALAS

JAMES F So6LSBURY

RUSSELL WILLIAM SENNETT-ELIZABETH DIANE SERROS

GHL REBECCA F SETTLE

THOMAS ALAN SHlNAHAN R08EF.T SHATlUCK

JOHN 0 SON

RICHARD A SPAS

NANCY L STONE

SHELOA ANN SUTTON

DEBORAH SWIFT

ROBERT PL~CENCIO UOER~

~AHILLE AOEL VAROI ROGERS

JOHN W VESEY

CAROL OENISE_ VINCENT

.~

(45)

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL

UNIVERSITY STUDIES

BACHELOR OF UN.IVERSlTY STUDIES

BARBARA HARlE_WALSH

PATR ICK 0 .WARD

MYRTLE WEBB

STANLEY KEITH WEBB ROSETTA H WHIPPLE

ALAN WWHITEHOUSE

MELISSA JANE WILSON STEVEN ALLEN WILSON THOMAS G WINTER EDWARD LEO WITZKE AMY lOPF WGHLERT RUTH BRYANT WOOD JEANNETTE M YOAKUM

",

RICHARD F ZIMMERLY

THE ROBERTO.ANDERSONGRAOIJATE SCHOOL OF MANA HASTER OF BUSINESS, ADMINISTRATION

ANTONIO CASIMIRO ANAYA

ROGER GL EN BEDELL

PAUL ROLLINS BROWN

RICHARO OTTC8UELOW

JAMES pATRICK BURNS LONA PERKINS CAPPIS 8 PAUL ENGEL

KENNETH LEON GENCO

MAJOR fIN MGT '. (CONCTN, MGT SCIl CONCTN, GENLMGT (CDNCTN) FIN MGT. CCClNCTNa ACc TG(cONCfN. -HUMAN RES HGT (CaNctN

fIN MGT lcbNCTN~j·

ACCTG (CONe TN)

(46)

-CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES,' 1978. FALL;

. I

THE ROBERTO. ,ANDERSON GRADUAHSCHOOLOF,MANA MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MUOR

340

HARTIN HOWARD LANGE RAYMOND LAURENCE MORLEY,

JUDITH SHOR NING

TERENCE PATIRCK OBRIEN JOHN RAY PHILLIPS · ROBERT ALAN PILLING

RICHARD CARL.ROSWURH JOSE ALFONSO SANCHEZ TRACY ALLEN SCANLAN · RONALD J, SIKORSKI,

BRIAN VICTOR SMITH ROBERT L SPRADLEY. DAVID KELLY SUMMERS OUND DALE THOMPSON · MARILYN .TOLER

ANN ELIZABETH ~ADSWORTH

PAUL B WEISS

RICHARD DAVID WERBECK JACK ALLEN ~HITEHORN

KATE SPENCER WILFORD CRAIG ARTHUR WOOD MARC K. WYNNE

CHERYL ANN CRANE

FIN MGT (CONC.TNh. FIN MGT. (CONCTN):;

. HUMAN RES MGT (CONCTN)

· GENLMGT (COr./CTNJ" GENt .. MGT (.CONCTN) .. ACCTG . & MGT: IF MGTdNFO SYSdCONCTNk · GENLHGT (CONCrN) GENL'HGT (CONCTN) o MGT SCI·(CONCTN), ACCTG (CONCTN) · ACCTG (CONCTN' ' " GENLMGT (CONCTN •. . GENLMGL lCONCTNt. ,

..

. . FINAN .& HARKET · GENL MGT '( CONCTN) GENL MGT (CONCTN): · GENL MGT (CONCTN) ACCrG (CONCTN) .' GENlMG T (CONCTN) FINAN & MGT SC GENL MGT ICONCTN[: HASTER OF HAN4GEHENT . MAJOR " . .., I , ! .i I .! '.

.,

I
(47)

341

CANDIDATES fOR DEGREES, 1978 FALL

MASTER OF MANAGEM~NT

MAJOR JOHN M CROWLEY,JR

EDWARD LOUIS FLEMING GORDON WHAYNE ROBERTS LLEWELL YN BARTON WE.AVER,JR

DENTAL HYGIENE·

ASSOC UTE OF SCI ENCEIN DENTAL.HVGIENE

AMY ALLEN FRITZ

COMHUNITYSERVICe WORKERS

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS INCOHHUNITYSERVICE

MONTE WILLIAM CHAMBERS PRUDENCIA P MONDRAGON

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

ASSOCIATE OF SpENCE IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECH

PATRICIA ANN CHAVEZ CATHERINE ANN KIMBALL MARY CRYAN

JANELL LYNN SCHILZ

(48)

- - - -

~

.. --

.~.~~~:-;.~·i-'.

'~ CAND I DATES FOR DEGREES., 1~.78.:ULL

:-EDUCATION

. ASSOCIATE OF ARTS .IN EDUCATION

• JANICE WYACO

. PRE-ENGINEERING

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE INPR.~ENGINEERING-JAMES AULDRICIHBODEN

_ SECRETARIAL-- STUDHS -ANO.·OFFICE"SUPERVIS ION

ASSOC OF ARTS INSECRE1ARIALSTUDIES & OFFICE S

I . I

I

I

CHERYL A AUGE

BEVERLY DIANE CHAPMAN SUSAN CUllEN

IMOGENE DISON DEBRA KELDER

DEBRA STEPHANIE GURULE MARSHA PAUL

CAROLYN SALHAR

,,'

Mechanical Engineering

Building

It was moved by Mrs. Jourdan,

seconded by Dr. Martinez,

that the list of candidates be approved subject to the approval

by the Faculty.

Carried.

* * * * * *

Mr. Hooker told the Regents

that on December 21 bids were opened

for the construction of the Mechanical

Engineering Building and K.L. House Construction Company was

the low bidder with a base bid of $4,353,000.

The Architects

Office is presently negotiating with the construction company

to reduce the base bid by about $300';000.

Mr. Perovich

explained that the additive alternate was a

bne-story~shop

wing on the north side of the building and that the price of

$295,000

($35 per square foot)

was a very good figure.

It was moved by Mrs. Jourdan,

seconded by Dr. Martinez

that the additive alternate and the base bid of K.L. House

Construction Company be accepted.

Carried, with Mrs. Maloof

abstaining.

(49)

Addition to Ford utilities

Center and North Campus

Chilled Water Plant

Agreement Between UNM

Regents and Dillard

Department Stores

Bids for the North

Campus

Chiilil~dWater

Plant and

the Cooling Tower Expansion

for the Ford utilities Center

were opened on January 17.

John R. Lavis submitted the low

base bid of $688,900 which is within available funds,

and

Mr. Hooker recommended that the Regents 'accept this bid.

Mr. Perovich told the Regents that the cooling tower.·at the

Ford Utility Center burned last summer and- that the north

campus cooling tower would satisfy the needs of the campus

for several years.

It was moved by Mr. Horn, seconded by 'Dr. Martinez,

that

the bid of Jopn R. Lavis be accepted.

Carried.

* * * * * *

Mr. Perovich asked that the

Water Line Easement

Regents ratify the granting of the

easement, previously executed by Regents Jaramillo and Horn,

to the City of Albuquerque.

The easement is eight feet inside

the University property line and extends from Pennsylvania

Blvd. along the Coronado Freeway.

It was moved by Dr. Martinez,

seconded by Mrs. Maloof

that the Regents ratify the granting of the easement.

Carried.

* * * * * *

Dillard Department Store

is a freestanding facility and

was not a part of the original

Winrock Shopping Center lease and

now has, with the Winrock Development Company, Inc.,

a sublease

which has been assigned to Construction Developers, Inc.

CCONDEV).

CONDEV mortgaged the sublease to Metropolitan Life Insurance

Company, and the University agreed that if the lease was

defaulted

Metro~olitan

Life would be notified.

CONDEV is

securing additional financing from Citibank, and the present

agreement would provide for similar notification to Citibank.

Neither mortgage'is subordinated by the University.

It was moved by Mr. Horn,· seconded by Mrs. Jourdan,

that

the above agreement be approved.

Carried.

.,

Mr. Horn reminded· the Regents that when Dillard's came

to Winrock the Regents were told:that the store would be

helpful to the University.

He asked what Dillard's has done

in this regard.

Mr.

Pero~ich

said that he would look into

the matter.

* * * * * *

President Davis recommended

that the Regents approve the

Guidelines for Naming Buildings,

Rooms and Areas on the Campuses and

Properties of the University of New

Guidelines for the

Naming of uni"VerSTty

Facilities

(50)

344

agenda.

It.was noted that "As a general policy facilities

will bear a

function~l

name,

a~d

when honorary names are

adopted,

they will be appended to the functional name."

- -- - - - -- ---- - - - . - - - .---_.----,---.-

- - - -

- - -

-Although ,such actions

should be rare,

i t is

sometimes

appropriate to

na~e

buildings,

rooms

or areas

(herein after called facilities)

on'

the various campuses

of the University

after individuals who have

made singular contributions

to the

~xcellence of~the ~nstitution.

The following guidelines

are

to be followed when considering such

recognition.

1.

To be so honored,

a person may not be in active service at

the University

at

the

time of the naming unless

the

situa-tion is

exceptional.

- 2.

lionorees who have been employed by the University,shall

have served

the institution in a

teaching,

research

or

administrative field of specialization with such

extra-ordinary distinction that

their contributions are widely

recognized by

their peers, both

at

the University

and

elsewhere.

4.

Persons who have not been University employees may be

considered for such

recognition provided

that

they have made

significant

financial contributions

toward

the construction,

furnishing,

equipping and/or development of a facility.

Such

consideration might be given if an amount equaling at

least

50% of the cost

of

the facility were contributed for its

construction

or development.

5.

Honorees

shall have distinguished

themselves by

their service

or

financi~l

contributi6ns

to the institution and by

their

exemplary character.

Honorees

should have an unqualified

reputation for honesty,

personal integrity and those

characteristics

associated with

the highest degree of

personal and

professional ethics.

p'

.','

6.

As a general policy

facilities

will bear a

functional name,

and

when honorary

names

are adopted,

they will be appended

to

the functional

name.

7.

It is

the policy

of

the University

that no physical facility

on any

of

its

campuses or properties

shall be named for

individuals,without

the express

approval of

th~

Regents

upon,

the recommendation of the Presidene of the University,

acting

upon the

advice

of' the Hemorial Committee.

The Memorial

Committee shall consist of four members named by

the President •

(51)

345

It was moved by Mrs. Jourdan,

seconded by Mrs. Maloof,

that the guidelines be approved.

Carried.

* * * * * *

ASUNM President Swanson

ASUNMAnnual Report

distributed the ASUNM Annual Report

and asked that the Regents review i t for discussion at a later

date.

* * * * * *

Dean Spolsky, Office of Graduate

Employment and

Studies, explained that the policy

Advanced Degrees

regarding Employment and Advanced

Degrees presented in the agenda was a clarification and combination

of policies that appear in two different places in the Faculty

Handbook.

The policy specifies under what conditions a

faculty member can study for an advanced degree and under what

conditions a graduate student may become a

fa~ulty

member--i.e.,

"No faculty member may be awarded an advanced degree by the

University in the same department or degree program in which

he or she is employed," and "A graduate student may be offered

a faculty appointment outside his or her department and degree

program only with the approvals of the Graduate Dean and the

Provost,

in addition to the normal department and collgge

approvals."

The policy was approved by the Senate. Graduate

e.

Programs and Standards Committee and the Faculty Senate.

It was moved by Mrs. Maloof,

seconded by Dr. Martinez,

that the Regents approve the policy as submitted.

Carried.

* * * * * *

On January 24, 1978, the.

Faculty Workload Report

Regents approved the "Policy

Regarding Min:i.mum Teaching Assignments."

As requested by the

Regents, Dr. Jones gave a report of the progress made to date

in implementing this policy.

One of the problems in assessing faculty workload has been

the lack of a consistent and uniform campus-wide mode of

reporting and analysis.

Only this year have we begun to

develop the necessary sophistication of data reporting and

analysis which will allow a fairly descript1ve and accurate

profile of faculty teaching loads.

Another problem is the

existence of two different formula in operation--one for

external reporting to the BEF and the other for

ou~J

internal

analysis.

Our average faculty teaching workload as measured

by our internal reporting system is approximately 11 contact

hours per week, and as weighted by the BEF formula average

contact hours per week is 12.3.

Thus,

the average faculty

member at the University is carrying

a teaching load above

the expected norm.

Those faculty members at either end of

~.

the spectrum--too few hours and tOOJ.,;many hours--are the ones

to be considered.

(52)

The number of faculty carrying a reduced load below 6

hours is decreasing but, more significantly, we now have an

effective control mechanism to monitor those who have a reduced

work load.

Only 14 faculty members teach a total of 3 hours.

There is increased awareness among the faculty that we are

going to have to be accountable for all expenditures, and we

all have to carry the load.

The departments have for the

most part responded favorably to the policy; however, because

of the time i t takes for implementation, l.t is too soon to

know what0 the ultimate impact of the policy will be.

One sign which shows that the faculty is responding

positively to the policy is the fact that the Curricula

Committee is receiving requests for new courses based upon

the rationale that the courses are needed because faculty

members must have courses to teach.

The obverse side of the

problem is that some faculty carry a workload which would

indicate that i t would be virtually impossible for them to

do all that they are supposed to be doing and do i t in a

professionally successful manner.

We are working with Dick Cady, Director of Institutional

Research, to develop a campus-wide system for evaluating

teaching performance.

It is difffcult to ascertain which of

the rationale proffered by the deans and department chairpersons

for. reduced loads are validqand, if valid,', how much they are

worth.

For example, how much weight should'be given for

curatorships, advising of students, or non-sponsored research?

The information we are gathering about faculty work loads

will be valuaple in planning--both short-term and

long-range--and in DUdgeting decisions.

We need a clearer0sense of the

progress we are making and we ask that the Regents extend

for one year the stipulation that reduced work load must have

advance approval of the Provost's Office.

In answer to questions by the Regents, Dr. Jones further

reported that progress has been made but historical arguments

for granting reduced work loads continue to be used.

An example

of this is the department that routinely has senior faculty

teaching nine hours the first semester and six hours the

second semester with no rationale except the fact of seniority.

The primary value of

the~policy

has been to uncover all

rationales--some valid and some quite fallible.

The BEF

will probably accept our weighting measure and i t wouldobe most

helpful to have only one mechanism for both internal and

external

repor~~ng.

Approximately 29 faculty members have

six-hour work loads,

and all cases are valid.

Mr. Horn asked that Dr. Jones submit a written progress

report regarding the workload, and he moved that advance

approval of the Provost's Office for reduced workload be

extended to include the 1979-80 school ¥ear.

The motion,

seconded by Mrs. Jourdan, carried.

(53)

Additional faculty and

Faculty Contracts

administrative contracts,

leaves,

resignations and retirements were brought to the Regents

as follows:

I.

CONTRACTS

New Faculty and Coach 1978-79

A.

St. Date

Name

Title

&

Dept.

Appt.

code*

Mo.

contract,l

Salary

12/27/78

Morris, Glenn E.

Asst Prof of

Economics

v

100

4.5

(9

mo

=

9,750

19,500)

10/1/78

Danfelser, Mary Anne

Asst Prof of

V

Secondary

&

Adult

Teacher Educ

100

7.38

(9 mo

=

14,000

17,063)

12/27/78

Morgan, Sharon R.

Vis Assoc Prof

of Special Educ

V

100

4.5

(9

mo

=

9,000

18,000)

9,000

18,000)

4.5

(9

mo

=

100

1

Cooper, Gary W.

Asst·Prof of

Chern/Nuclear Engr

Education:

BS

(Engr Physics) Univ of Kansas 1970:

MS

(1972)

and PhD (1976) (Nuclear Engr) Univ of Illinois.

Recent Professional Experience:

Project Associate, Fusion

Technology Program,

Dept of Nuclear Engr, Univ of Wisconsin

1976-78: Research Asst (1974-76)

and NSF Trainee

(1970-74),

Dept of Nuclear Engr, Univ of Illinois.

Publications:

Co-author of 1 article in professional journal.

12/27/78

12/27/78

Luger, George F.

Vis Asst Prof of

V

100

4.5

10,000

Comp

&

Info Science

(9 mo = 20,000)

11/1/78

Gay, lIse

J.

Acting Asst Dean,

V

100

8

13,333

College of Fine Arts:

(12 mo = 20,000)

Lecturer II in Music

1/8/79

Zimmerman, Alex H.

Vis Prof of

V

100

4~15

.8,500

Music (Music Educ)

(9 mo = 18,417)

11/14/78

Martinez, Anna M.

Lecturer II in

N

100

7.64

8,591

Law

(12 mo = 13,500)

11/14/78

Reinhardt, Dawn M.

Lecturer II

N

100

7.64

8,591

in Law

(12 mo = 13,500)

*Thecodes used in this column to indicate the type of appointment

are as follows:

1 to 6=Term appointment with specific year

designated: V=Visiting or Temporary: P=Probationary: T=Tenured:

N=Non-probatiortary.

.~~"

(54)

-St.Date',

Name

---~---Appt.

Code*

FTE

Mo.

Title & Dept.

9,917

= 17,000)

Contract

Salal:Y

7

(12

mo

100

Research Asst

N

Prof of Biochemistry

Calvin D.

Tormanen,

12/1/78

,',e

9

13,340

(12 mo = 16,786

+SAC: 1,000)

100

1

Rutan, Fred M.

Acting Director,'

Physical Therapy

Program~

Instructor in orthopaedics

(Physical Therapy)

Education:

BS( 1950) and MS

(195l) (Physical Educ) Springf'ield

(Mass)College~

Certificate in Physical Therapy,

NY

Univ 1959.

Military Service:

USN 1942-45.

Recent Professional

Experi-ence:

Professor and Chairman of Dept of physical Therapy

(1973-78), Assoc Prof (1968-73), Asst Prof

(1964-68)

and

Instructor (1961-64), Univ of Florida.

Publications:

Author

of 7 articles in professional journals.

Special Interest:

Physical Therapy.

10/1/78

..

,

6.48

31,302

(12 mo =53,000

+SAC: 5,000)

100

12/18/78

Berlin, Irving N.

Director of

P

Children's Psychiatric

Center~

Professor of Psychiatry

probationary position approved prior to 4/15/78.

Tenure situation in department is as follows:

.Tenured 14 (34.15%)

~

Probationary and second 3-year

term 8 (19.51%)

~

First 3-year term 14 (34.15%)

~

Other 5 (12.2%).

,

Education:

BA, UCLA

1939~ MD

Univ of Calif

1943~

Intern-ship,

LA

General Hosp

1943~

Resident

(1946-49)

and Fellow

,

(1949-50)

in Child Psychiatry, Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric

Institute, San Francisco.

Recent Professional Experience:

Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Head of Divof Child

Psychiatry (1975-78)

and Vice-Chairman of Dept of Psychiatry

(1977-78), Univ of Calif at

Davis~

Medical Director, Children's

Day Treatment Program for Severely Emotionally Disturbed

Children (1977-78) and Chief Attending Child Psychiatrist,

. Univ of Caiif Hospitals

(1975-78); Professor of Psychiatry and

. Pediatrics and Head of Div of Child Psychiatry, Univ of

Washington School of Medicine

1965-75~

Consultant and Chief

Attending Child Psychiatrist, univ of Washington Hospitals

1965-75~

Consultant to numerous local, state and federal agencies.

,Publications:

Author or co-author of over 120 articles, books,

abstracts and reviews.

11/6/78

Christie, James H.

Director of

P

Nuclear Medicine

and

Science~

Professor of Radiology

Appointment in probationary status and

curriculum vitae previously reviewed by

100

7.86

43,250;

(12 mo = 60,000

!

+SAC: 6, 000)1

Regents.

11/1/78

Nilson, Thomas

c.

Asst Wrestling

Coach (PT)

018

5

(12 mo

900

I

= 12,000)

12/27/78

Eggenberger, Peter

vis Asst Prof

of Philosophy

V

100

4.5

(9

mo

=

7,000

14,000)

(55)

349

B.

Revised Contracts, 1978-79

St.Date

Name

Title

& Dept.

Appt.

Code*

FTE

Mo.

Contract

Salary

8/14/78

Anaya, Rudolfo A.

Asst Prof of

5

English

Revised to delete reference to suspension of second

:

3-year term appointment during LWOP.

9

LWOP

1/1/79

Burchiel, Scott W.

Instructor in

V

100

6

11,500;

Pharmacy; Research

Asst Prof of Pharmacy

Revised to increase annual base by $1,500 to $23,000, to add

the instructional title,

to increase instructional FTE to 60%,

and to change Tenure Code. to Visiting.

"

r~.

!

8/14/78

Ebenezer, Job S.

vis Asst Prof

V

067

Sem I

of Mech Engr (PT)

033

Sem II

Revised to limit 1/3 time teaching to Sem I only,<

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