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significant difference" between the
amount of money per student on the
two campuses in 1971-72. But he said
that "funding is relatively even per
student per credit hour in the 1972-73
budget," and that "there has been very
great progress in closing the (funding)
gap between the two campuses." cam
The board went on to approve a
five-year contract for Bob Devaney,
director of athletics and a professor'
with tenure. Also appointed to a
five-year term was Tom Osborne, as
professor of educational psychology
and measurement without tenure.
Both appointments begin Jan. 1, 1973.
Devaney retains his $35,000 annual
salary, and Osborne will receive
$23,000, an increase from $19,500.
In other personnel action, the
board reappointed about 150 faculty
members for the UNO campus for
year-long appointments. The board,
however, made the reappointments
with the express condition that the
personnel involved have no right to
continuous appointment (tenure) from
The Bylaws stipulate that
academic-administrative staff who are
presently under contract will not be
allowed to use service at other
institutions in computing the seven
years before being tenured. Full-time
instructors currently under contract at
the University may remain on the staff
for as long as eight years without
Final items on the agenda were two
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Visual aids . . .supplemented a UNL Teachers College presentation to the Regents.
UNO students, Charley H. Ohlen of
the UNO Young Americans for
Freedom and Rusty Schwartze,
president of the UNO Student Senate.
Olhlen objected to the recent speaking
engagement on the UNO campus of
the Rev. Thomas Crazy Eagle, an
Omaha resident and supporter of the
American Indian Movement (AIM).
Ohlen asked the board to define fee
use further, "stipulating how student
fee money will be spent." He said that
guidelines drawn up last year in
response to the student fee question
are not followed. "I ask that
guidelines, once they are established,
be followed," he said.
Ohlen was followed by Rusty
Schwartze, president of the UNO
student senate. Schwartze maintained
that the guidelines had been followed,
and that the appropriate groups had
been consulted before the speech of
The board sat quietly through 45
minutes of discussion by the parties
involved, but expressed irritation that
the squabble had come before them
instead of before Roskens.
"I don't think we should have to
listen to matters that haven't gone
before the chancellor or that the
administration hasn't had the chance
to solve," Regent Ed Schwartzkopf
told the UNO students.
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