Board of Regents of the University of Michigan

May 2006 Regents' Meeting

Friday, May 19, 2006 - UM-Dearborn, Fairlane Center South, Dining Room

Meeting Schedule

9:00 a.m.

Call to Order

  • President's Opening Remarks
  • Presentation: "The College of Engineering and Computer Science: Defined by Relevant Experience"
  • Benefits Update
  • Regents' Committee Reports
    • Finance, Audit and Investment Committee
    • Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee
  • Regular Business Agenda

Regular Business Agenda*

I. MINUTES

  1. Approval of Minutes of April 21, 2006 Meeting

II. REPORTS

  1. Investment Report
  2. Plant Extension Report
  3. Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report
  4. Litigation Report
  5. Research Report
    • Projects Established, April 1 - April 30, 2006
  6. Other Reports (no documents)
    • University of Michigan Health System
    • Division of Student Affairs
    • Dearborn Campus
    • Flint Campus
  7. Faculty Governance Update
  8. Michigan Student Assembly Report

III. VOLUNTARY SUPPORT

  1. Report on Voluntary Support, April 30, 2006

IV. PERSONNEL ACTIONS (Click here for PDF of tabs 2-11)

  1. Recommendations for promotions to the ranks of professor and associate professor, 2006-2007 (click here to view)
  2. Recommendations for approval of new appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, with tenure
  3. Recommendations for approval of new appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, without tenure
  4. Recommendations for approval of reappointments of regular instructional staff and selected administrative staff
  5. Recommendtions for approval of other personnel transactions for regular instructional staff and selected academic administrative staff

    University of Michigan-Dearborn
  6. Recommendations for approval of new appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, with tenure
  7. Recommendations for approval of reappointments of regular instructional staff and selected administrative staff

    University of Michigan-Flint
  8. Recommendations for approval of new appointments and promotions for regular associate and full professor ranks, without tenure
  9. Recommendations for approval of reappointments of regular instructional staff and selected administrative staff

    Committee Appointments
  10. Ann Arbor Campus

V. PERSONNEL REPORTS

  1. Reports of Lecturers' Employee Organization (LEO) activity
  2. Reports of regular instructional transactions

VI. RETIREMENT MEMOIRS

  1. Adoption of retiremement memoirs for:
    Layman E. Allen, L.L.B., professor of law
    Erling Blöndal Bengtsson, DIPL., professor of music (cello)
    James E. Dapogny, D.M.A., Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and professor of music (theory)
    Rolf A. Deininger, Ph.D., professor of enviromental health sciences
    Richard P. Garrison, Ph.D., associate professor of environmental health sciences
    Robert E. Glasgow, M.M., professor of music (organ)
    Subhash C. Goel Ph.D., professor of civil engineering
    Brian A. Hazlett, Ph.D ., professor of zoology
    Peter G. Hinman Ph.D., professor of mathematics
    Arthur Oleinick, J.D., M.D., associate professor of public health law
    Dennis R. Papazian, Ph.D., professor of history
    William B. Pratt, M.D., professor of pharmacology
    Paul G. Rasmussen, Ph.D., Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, professor of chemistry, and professor of macromolecular science and engineering
    Bryon P. Roe, Ph.D., professor of physics
    Sonya O. Rose, Ph.D., Natalie Zemon Davis Collegiate Professor of History, Sociology, and Women's Studies, professor of history, professor of sociology, and professor of women's studies
    Patricia D. Shure, M.A., senior lecturer in mathematics
    Eleanor Singer, Ph.D., research professor
    Nicholas H. Steneck, Ph.D., professor of history
    John M. Swales, M.S., professor of linguistics

VII. MEMORIALS

No deaths of active faculty members were reported to the Regents this month.

VIII. DEGREES

There are no actions with respect to degrees this month.

IX. FINANCE-PROPERTY

  1. Alternative Asset Commitments
  2. U.S. Equity Investment
  3. Absolute Return Investment
  4. Observatory Lodge Renovation
  5. Medical Science Building I Research Laboratory Renovations
  6. Medical Science Units I and II Renovations
  7. Michigan Memorial Phoenix Laboratory Renovation
  8. Ray Fisher Baseball Sadium Renovation
  9. Alumni Field Renovation
  10. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers Eye Center Expansion Project
  11. Approval of Payment for LaRu Machine Quilting & Embroidery, LLC
  12. Contract between the University of Michigan and NeuroNexus Technologies
  13. Approval of Payment of Avidimer Therapeutics, Inc.
  14. Approval of Payment for MondoDyne
  15. Fourth Amendment to License Agreement between the University of Michigan and RenaMed Biologics, Inc.
  16. Michigan Stadium Renovation and Expansion Project (supplemental item)

X. OTHER

  1. Approval of Ann Arbor Campus Academic Calendar for 2008-2009 (withdrawn)

PUBLIC COMMENTS

*The agenda and the items linked to from this page are an unofficial version of this month's Regents' Meeting Agenda. The official and authoritative version of the agenda is kept on file in the Office of the Vice President and Secretary of the University.