The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 08, 1971, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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Leading Lincoln Photography
Studio has openings in sales
advertising department. Evening
hours available. Good py. Car
required. 466 9770.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Permanent part time, to work
for State Technical Assistance
Agency, The Nebraska
Economic Opportunity Office.
Experience or training in social
sciences, economics, or
journalism preferred but not
essential. Should have excellent
ability in composition, possible
knowledge of public relations.
Work would include government
information collection,
reporting, some statistical work,
varied project topics,
opportunity to learn research
and planning methods. Deadline
Sept. 15. Salary and hours open.
Send resume and inquiries to
Nebraska Technical Assistance
Agency State Capitol Box 947,
Lincoln, Nb. 68509.
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STUDENTS, Route work SI. 7b'hr.
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MISCELLANEOUS
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THE SNACK SHOP, EVEN
THOUGH NOBODY "ELSE
SEEMS TO WANT TO. OPEN
NITELY AFTER 8:00 P.M. AT
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Sewing and Alterations. Call Pat
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reservations.
For special student World Herald
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bylaws. . .
Continued from page 1.
by -laws. Fowler s;iiil. Hu
subcommittee may move into
areas not covered by existing
poliev. but the tendency of the
group has been not to move
very far from what has already
been done, he added.
Acad e m i c Policy
Subcommittee Chairman James
A. Lake said his group had
discussed a code of academic
responsibility and freedom
during its summer meetings.
He noted that there is
nothing in the current by-laws
about faculty responsibility
and freedom. "Such a
statement is needed," Lake
said.
The law professor described
what his subcommittee is doing
as boiling down the Statement
on Campus Disruptions into
general by-law language.
ORIGINAL suggestions
have already been revised
several times, he said , and he
expected severa: .ove revisions
to come. Lake added that even
seemingly simple points raise
many new questions.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
"When you're concerned
with language, haste can make
ureal waste," Lake said He
added that he didn't know
when his group would finish its
JOhi ikes subcommittee will
also consider matters of tenure
and retirement age to
university personnel. Other
sections of the current by-laws
such as how and when salaries
are paid don't require much
revision, he said.
ALAN T. SEAGREN
Administrative Policy
Subcommittee chairman, siao.
his committee has dealt wily
three by-law chapters ol
administrative policy
The first chapter deals with
powers, duties, responsibilities
and officers of the Board of
Regents. It also sets the the
place and number of Regents
meetings and requirements tor
appearing before the Board
The document also establisheds
a code of ethics for board
members, he said.
Seagren, Director ot
Summer Sessions and assistant
dean of Teachers College,
Lincoln, said he would not
discuss the specifics ot tne
report until it has been
reviewed by the committee as a
whole.
CHAPTER TWO deals with
the administrative system on a
university level, Seagren said.
Considering the president,
vice-president and other
university-wide officials, the
report outlines functions,
powers and selection
procedures.
On the campus level the
rennrt i-nn;irlp.rs chancellors.
vice-chancellors and other
Get Found
With a
Phone of
Your Own!
Students, your friends have been
asking for you at Directory
Assistance, and we don't know
what to say. Where are you, any
way?... Call our business office
from the nearest phone booth, tell
us where we can find you and
we'll put you back in circulation
with a phone of your own in room,
house, dorm or apartment. Hurry!
You're missing fun without a phone.
campus administrators. The
report establishes positions for
administration of student
affairs, personnel and
operations and maintenance,
but does not provide for
specific jobs, Seagren said.
This section also considers
the college level administration
of deans and department
heads. One section of the
chapter contains "descriptive
material" of how the powers of
some faculty and student
groups are related to the
Board, Seagren said.
CHAPTER THREE of the
draft considers terms and
conditions of university
employment, he said. So tar,
the committee has written a
section on categories of
personnel and plans to deal
with terms of contract, Seagren
added.
He said that a business and
financial section has been
drafted but not submitted to
the subcommittee. 1 1 deals with
purchasing, claims, university
property, contracts and other
legal operating matters.
Seagren estimated that his
subcommittee would have a
draft ready for the total
committee in a month and a
half.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1971