Proceedings of the Board of Regents (2005-2006)
University of Michigan. Board of Regents.

Page  1 JULY MEETING, 2005 The University ofMichigan Ann Arbor Thursda, July1 21, 2005 The Regents convened at 2:10 p.m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President Churchill, Provost Courant, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, and Vice President Wilbans. Regent McGowan and Vice President Ulaby were absent; Regent Maynard participated via telephone. Call to Order and President's Opening Remarks President Coleman called the meeting to order. She announced that the women's softball team had visited the White House last week to be honored by President Bush for having won the national championship, and had represented the University extremely well. She also commented on her recent visit to China where University ofMichigan officials formalized partnerships with universities in Beijing and Shanghai, met with Chinese elected officials and with the American ambassador to China, and atended alumni receptions. PresidentColeman reported that in a few days she would be joining Governor Granholm on a visit to Osaka, Japan, in order to meet with biotechnology compaies as part of a state overture tointerest Japanese firms in investing in the state, and particularly the life sciences corridor. The presidents of Michigan State and Wayne State Universities, as well as representatives from other Michigan institutions, are also taing part in the trip, as are Executive Vice President Kelch and ProfessorAlan Saltiel, director of the Life Sciences Institute. President Coleman noted that Provost Courant would be stepping down as of August 31, 2005, and commented, "His service to the University during his tenure as provost has been stellar. He has brought immense knowledge and commitment to the role, and all of us who work with him respect both his intellect and his 100% dedication to the University's academic excellence." She called on Regent Newman. Regents'Resolution in Honor of Paul Courant Regent Newman called Provost Courant to the podium and read the following resolution: Regents' Resolution The Regents of the University of Michiga salute and express their gratitude to Paul N. Courant as he completes his three-year term as provost and vice president for academic affairs on August 31, 2005, and returns to the faculty to pursue his interests in research and teaching. Provost Courant's career at the University of Michigan has been ideal preparation for his service as the University s chief academic and budgetay officer. After joining the faculty in 1973 as an assistant

Page  2 July Meeting, 2005 professor of economics and public policy, he was promoted to associate professor in 1978 and professor in 1984, and since 1975 he ha been a faculty assoiate at the Population Studis Center in the Instiute for Social Research.Prior to assuming the position ofprovost and executive vice president for academic affairs in 2002, he served as director of the Institute of Public Policy Studies, chair of the Department of Economics, and associate provost for academic and budgetary affairs. His commitment to f debate, ca analysis,nd reasoed discussion is evident in his scholarship, his teaching, and his leadership in academic and public poli discourse. e is a thoughtfi Ispokespeson for higher education and a reglar contributor to state, regional, and national policy discussions on education finance, aation systems, and economic development. A deep dedication to academic excellence, ensuring access, and the preservation of universities as public goods have been the hallmark of Dr. Courant's tenure as provost. An active advocate, promoter, and supporter of the rich interdisciplinaly work that grows out of excellence and diversity, Provost Courant has helped secure the University's position among the world's leading institutions of higher learning. His guidance and oversight durin cult budgeta times will be r as one of his foremost contributions to the University's long-term well-being, and his emphasis on the recruitment and retention of outstanding faculty and students will serve the Universit well into the future. With respect and appreciation, the Regents commend Paul N Courant for his outstanding service as provost and executive vice ident for academic fairs and look forward to his contiue contributions as a researcher, teacher, and active participant in public affairs. A standing ovation followed. Provost Courant thankedthe Regents for keeping as a priority the University's quality and peformance,and thanked President Coleman for her leadership and knowledge ofhigher education, and for the confidence she's had in him and the flexibility she's given him. He also thankedthe academic leadership of the institution, including the deans, executie officers, and provost's senior staff and said that eveything we do should serve the academic mission. He also praised staff at all levels of the University. Provost Courant thanked the Regents for the recognition, and for the opportunity to "do this magical work of learning in this magical place as a faculty member, as provost, and as a faculty member again." Another standing ovation followed. President's Remarks on the 2005-2006 Budget President Coleman noted that in FY2004-05 there had been another reduction in state appropriation, along with artificially restrained tuition, and an another unexpected mid-year cut. The unprecedented loss of state appropriations over the past several years, she stated, now threatens to compromise the University's core academic excellence. Noting that further losses in state support are likely, she said that the proposed 2005-2006 budget focuses on two of the most critical priorities of her administration, preserving the University's distinctive excellence in the competitive national maetplace, and

Page  3 July Meeting, 2005 maintaining access to that education in the face of declning state support. The budget recommendation addresses the decline in state support by recommending increasesin tuition and financial aid in additionto about $20 million in cuts and reallocations. The recommended increase for resident undergraduate tuition is 12.3% and for financial aid, 14.5%. She said she is convinced that ths is the most responsible approach to dealing with the most extraordinary situation occung in the state, and pointedout that the total increase in finacial aid from allsources will be over 28%. President Coleman observed that since 2002, the University has lost over $50 million in base appropriations and $21 million in one-time cuts, which is equivalent to more than $1,500 per student on the Ann Arbor campus. Although these cuts have been met with significant budget cuts throughout the University, the cumulative effect of the cuts has been enorous and has had a real impact on the academic environment. She noted that 400 staff positions and 100 faculty positions have been eliminated, which have had a direct impact on teaching workload, class sizes, course offerings, and advising and other support services. The University, she observed, is now at a point where its long-term strength is beingthreatened. Over the past several years, she noted, the University has kept its tuition increases as low as possible, hoping that the state's economic situation would stabilize. Even including the 2005-06 recommendation, the University of Michigan's average tuition increases over the past five years are among the lowest in the state and in the Big Ten. President Coleman noted that the University's M-Pact progrm was founded to ensure that a University of Michigan education would not be out of reach for students with financial need. The University offers the most financial aid of any institution in the state, and financial aid for resident undergraduate students will increase at a geater rate than the tuition increase, with total grant support for resident undergraduates increasing over 28%. Recognizing the commitment made by students and their families to the University, President Coleman pledged that their investment will continue to be of the highest value and the education received will be of the highest quality. President Coleman observed that fundraising is critically important to the University's ability to sustain its quality, and concluded that as president, her most important obligation is to ensure that quality continues to be the number one return on our stakeholders' investment. Ann Arbor Campus 2005-2006 General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Provost Courant displayed revenue and expenditure figures for the General Fund, Designated Fund, Auxiliary Activities Fund, and Expendable Restricted Fund for all campuses. Total revenues for 2005-06 will be $4,612,800,000; total expenditures will be $4,569,500,000. Turning to the Ann Arbor General Fund budget, he summarized the guiding principles, which include maintaining the outstanding quality of academic programs; maintaining access to the University; and undertaking other activities that will efficiently and effectively manage the use of all University resources in support of the first two principles. He repeated the University's financial aid policy, which is "to meet the demonstrated financial need of all of its Michigan resident undergraduate students."

Page  4 July Meeting, 2005 Provost Courant reviewed the scope of the budget challenge, which includes cost increases of $48.7 million for continuing operations (utilities, facilities costs, salaries, benefits, inflation), plus $14.9 million for commients and essential initives (faculty positions, library acquisitions, and vaious other initiatives), for a total budget challenge of $63.6 million. The budget challenge will be met with $43.5 million in net new revenue and $20.1 million in reductions and reallocations. Provost Courant reviewed the recent history of reductions in state appropriation, which since FY2002 have totaled $48.9 million in base cuts and $20.8 in one-time budget cuts. The governor's recommended appropriation for 2005-2006 is $5.9 million less than the 2004-2005 appropriation. He noted that recent internal budget cuts made to cope with the budget reductions had totaled $37.5million in FY2004, $19.8 million in FY2005, and $20.1 million in FY2006. He displayed a chart indicating the inverse relationship between the amount of state appropriation and the increase in tuition, ad a graph indicating the steadily reduced portion of General Fund revenue that has been fnded by state appropriation over the years, from almost 80% in the 1960s to about 26% in 2005-06. Provost Courant compared the University of Michigan's tuition increase to those of oter Big Ten institutions and other Michigan public institutions, both of which reflect the economic conditions of the states in which they reside. He also displayed a chart indicating that 2005-06 tuition and fees are significantly lower for both residents ad non-residents at Michigan than at any of its peer prvateinstitutions. The recommended General Fund revenue and expense budget for 2005-2006 is $1,220,485,00 based on the governor's 2005-2006 recommended appropriation. He reiterated that the goal of the General Fund Budget recommendation is that Michigan continue to be among the world's great universities, able to provide incomparable education for extraordinary students and to help invent the future. He noted, "We owe it to our students,our families, and those who support us through gifts, grants, and taxes to do this work efficiently and economically," and concluded, "Doing this work brilliantly is what this budget is all about." President Coleman observed that the two regional campuses have been hit harder by state appropriations reductions than the Ann Arbor campus because state appropriations make up a larger proportion of their budgets. The recommended 2005-06 student tuition and fee increases for both the Dearborn and Flint campuses is 11.9%, accompanied by corresponding increases in student financial aid. Dearborn Campus 2005-2006 General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Chancellor Little stated that it has been very difficult to construct budgets during the past few years in light of the restraints imposed by reduced state appropriations. He noted that the Dearborn campus shares the Ann Arbor campus's priority of continuing to assure the highest level of academic excellence possible, to retain accessibility, and to maintain a supportive work environment for faculty and staff. Chancellor Little pointed out that the budget provides additional resources for new faculty in the School of Management, funds equal to a 25% increase in the amount of student financial aid, a 2% salary program, and support for assuming full management 4

Page  5 July Meeting, 2005 of the Fairlane Center. Given these priorities and in light of the fact that state support has dropped by 14% over the past 3 years, he was recommending a student tuition and fee increase of 11.9%, or about $650 per year for a full-time undergraduate student. Flint Campus 2005-2006 General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Chancellor Mestas commented that the budget process on the Flint campus is very open, and everyone who so desires has an opportunit to comment. He said that in view of the state budget situation, the Flint campus is recommending a tuition and fee increase of about $340 per semester, or 11.9%. Even with the increase, he pointed out, the UM-Flint will still be one of the most affordable public universities, and one of the best educational values, in the state. Chancellor Mestas commented that the state currently provides only slightly more than one-thirdof the university's budget, down fom two-thirds several years ago. This dramatic disengagement from public higher education on the part of the state, he noted, is especially disappointing in that it is occurring not as a result of a policy decision, but as a result of short-term decisions on a year-by-year basis. He pointed out that over the past few yeas, the UM-Flint has instituted more than $4 million in budget cuts, which has resulted in layoffs, elimination of jobs, salary freezes, cutting of funds for academic programs, reduction in services, and deferred maintenance. These measures cannot be sustained indefinitely without compromising the educational quality of the institution. Chancellor Mestas said that the request includes a 3% salary program, eant to compensate in part for the lack of any salary program two years ago. 2005-2006 Fee Assessments for Michigan Student Assembly, Student Legal Services, and School/Colege Governments Vice President Hper noted that MSA provdes an annual financialreport to the Regents highlighting expenditures made from the Regentally-approved MSA fees, which indicates that MSA has been a responsible steward of its funding. The fee request includes an increase of $.50 for Michigan Student Assembly (from $6.69 to $7.19 per ter), and an increase of $.50 for Student Legal Seices (SLS) (from $5.50 to $6.00 per term). No fee increase is requested for school and college governments. The increased fee es ted will allow both MSA and SLS to meet the demands fortheir services and programs. FY 2006 University Health Service Fee Vice President Harper noted that the University Health Service (UHS) fee allows students to have unlimited visits, laboratory testing, X-rays, and other services without additional out-of-pocket costs, and also provides extensive student health educational programs across campus. Other revenues come from the pharmacy and services to faculty, staff, and their dependents. The requested US rate increase of 7.4% ($10.17 per term) will provide funding for inflationary operating increases, expansion of critical psychological services, and other needs. 5

Page  6 July Meeting, 2005 FY 2006 University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers Operating Budget Executive Vice President Kelch recognized the work of his leadership te, including UMHHC director and CEO Larry Warren, Senior Associate Hospital Director and COO Tony Denton, Medical SchoolDean Allen Lichter, Associate Vice President and CFO Doug Strong and his associate, Kathleen Moore. He announced that FY2005 was the fourth consecutive year of operating margin iprovement, wi an expected margin of 5.1% in FY2005. He noted that the UMHC continues to experience high demand for its services, and staff and faculty are performing at remarkably high levels. Dr. Kelch said that positive margins are essential for the future health and well-being of the Health System, and positive margins are achieved tough focusing on a combination of activity levels, revenue per case, expense per case, and available capacity. To maintain the required operating margins,the emphasis during FY2006 and FY2007 will focus on expense management, due to payer concerns and pressure on capacity. Dr. Kelch said the UMHHC is forecasting an increase in the number of discharges and outpatient cases for the coming year. He described how the institution has increased inpatient capacity during the past three years and how it intends to maage inpatient growth in the coming years. He reported that the UMHC is forecasting a 4% operating magin for FY2006, with an 8.2% increasein total operating revenue calculated mostly on the basis of increased activity rather than on increases in revenue per case. Because expenses are increasing at a higher rate than revenues, a lower operating margin is forecast for FY2006 than for FY2007. Dr. Kelch described the areas of risk affecting the Health Center's ability to achieve its budget goals for FY2006 as well as plans for mitigating these risks. He reportedthat the senior leadership would focus on maxmizing throughput within existing capacity, would implement best practice measurement models along with "lean management" techniques, would continue to engage the organizationaround efforts required to achieve margin objectives, and would keep the Board informed of opportunities to increase capacity for long-term groth. He concluded that this is an assertive, but achievable budget that would put more focus on expense management than in the recent past, and requested approval. FY 2006 Athletic Department Budget President Coleman called on Athletic Director Bill Martin to present the FY2006 Athletic Deparment budget. Mr. Martin thanked Provost Courant for his supportof the Athletic Department ng his term as provost. Mr. Martin reported that with the help of the priority seating program, the department has achieved a stable economic model, which has been his number one priority since assuming the position of athletic director. Two new buildings, the Academic Center and the Events Center, have achieved their funding goals and will be completed on time and within budget. Fundraising efforts are continuing for other capital projects, and studies are being undertaken about renovations to Michigan Stadium. 6

Page  7 July Meeting, 2005 Mr. Martin reviewed the status of the Preferred Seating Program, noting that about 93% of season ticket holders in seats subject to the donation chose to pay the donation. He reported that the Preferred Seating Program has yielded more than $4 million in base donations and $1.3 million in additional, voluntary donations, and that the departent has received more than $6 million as a result of the proam. The department's projected revenues for FY 2004-05 are $75 million, a 10.9% increase over the previous year, with expenses projected to be $61.5 million. He pointed out that there has been a budget surplus for each of the past three years. For FY 2005-06 the revenue projection is $73.3 million, with projected expenses of $63.9 million, leading to another surplus. He reviewed key questions affecting projections beyond FY2006, as well as facilities priorities and challenges. Mr. Martin commented that the department has about $50 millionn reserves, up from about $30 million several years ago, andthat the department has a relatively modest level of debt, about $6 million. General Comments - 2005-2006 Revenue and Expenditure Operating Budgets Executive Vice President Slottow commented on the University's balance sheet, noting that it is subject to sustained, focused manaement," and that te physical, financial, and human assets across the University are being very carefully maintained. He said he has reviewed in detail all of the proposed 2005-06 budgets, and praised the qualit of the work of staff members who developed the budgets. He also praised Provost Courant and his tenure as provost, noting, "He has been a great colleague and fiend, professional and classy. He leaves the University beter academically, bettr financially, and better physically than it was when he took over this post." Finally, Mr. Slottow acknowledged the efforts ofstaff at all levels who have led the effort to provide a higher level of service for a lower base budget throughout the University. Comments About Proposed Budgets Regent Richner noted that the budgets for thethreecampuses are all based on the governor's recommended budget allocation, even though the legislature has not yet come to an agreement. He asked what the response would be if the final recommendaon differs from the one on which the University's proposed budgets are based. President Coleman responded that Vice President Wilbanks has been closely following the budget negotiations in the legislature and asked her to comment. Vice President Wilbanks noted that the state is entering its fourth year of declining higher education appropriations. She pointed out that in previous years, universities had agreed to moderate tuition increases in exchange for receiving flat appropriations, only to have those appropriations cut a few months after the agreement. The assumptions underlying this year's budget recommendations are based on expectations that the appropriations for 2005-06 will be very similar to those of the previous year. Thus, the presumed Ann Arbor Campus appropriation of $314 million is based on sound, prudent reasoning. President Coleman stated that even if the final appropriation from the state is higher or lower than the estimated $314 million on which the budget is based, the University would not return to the Board and request an djustment to the tuition rate. 7

Page  8 July Meeting, 2005 She said that contingencies are in place for dealing with a final appropriation that is either substantially less or more than the expected $314 million. If the amount is less, adjustments would be made, and if it is more, that would have a bearing on next year's budget. Provost Courant said that even after the final appropriation is approved, the University cannot be certain of the actual amount that will be delivered until the end of the fiscal yea. Regent Richner stated that if the final appropriationdiffers significantly, he would like the budget to be returned to the Regents for reconsideration. President Coleman cautioned that even if the state were to decide on a substantially higher final figure, there is no guarantee that these funds would not be cut later in the year. If an increase in the base budget is approved, that would have an impact on the budget recommendations for the following year. Regent Richner said thatordinarily, the legislature would haveadopted a budget by the time the University sets its tuition rate, but Regent White pointed out that this has not been the case in recent years. President Coleman responded that even if this were a unique situation, she would still recommend against Regent Richner's request to reconsider after the final appropiation is approved. Regent Deitch stated that he strongly supports President Coleman's opinion on this matter. He notedthat the Regents have had discussions among themselves about their constitutional obligations and stewardship responsibility, and the most important considerations for all stakeholders are certainty and stability. He pointed out that the Board has taken different approaches to coping with declining appropriations over the past several years, including holding the tuition increase to 2.8%. However, he is convinced that the University has done a good job with restrained resources, and has now come up with a budget that "allows Michigan to remain great." In order for the appropriations situation to change, he said that the legislaure and citizens will have to come to the consensus that higher education is truly an important priority. So this year's approach is the best one when viewed in terms of stability, certainty, and a continuum. He urged the Board to adopt the budget and to resist reconsidering it until next year. Regent Brandon suggested that in a period of uncertainty, the more certainty the Board can bringto thesituation, the better. He noted that it is actually very unusual for any enterpriseto be able to forecast revenues exactly, especially with a budget thislarge where there will always be some risk. He agrees with the current approach, he said, because "we have made the best assumption we can, and if we are the beneficiaries of bad news ad we get less money we are going to flex costs to reflect that reality. And if we're the beneficiaries of a pleasant surprise, thatputs us in a better position as we enter next year, and I don't think that's a very bad place for us to be." He commented that a clear statement is being made to the community that the tuition decision is one they can count on, as opposed to having a secondary discussion that would take place at some point in the future.

Page  9 July Meeting, 2005 Ann Arbor Campus General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Regent Taylor moved approval of the nn Arbor Campus General Fund operating budget and student tuition and fee rates, as descrbed in the Regents Communication. RegentWhite seconded the motion. Regent Richner suggested that if the final appropriation is an increase over the expected amount, the budget be reconsidered in September and perhaps a reserve be set aside for future budget uncertainties in order to prevent a dramatic increase in the future. The objective should be to provide some consistency in the future. Regent Newman commented that the discussion has highlighted the importance of the state appropriation to the tuition process, and how that impacts every decision that is made. The tuition is reasonable in that it lets the legislature and state residents who are paying tuition see how these two figures are tied together While she undestands Regent Richner's suggestion, she supports the majority of the board who would rather move forward. President Coleman reiterated that if the state approves a higher appropriation, that would be a factor in developing next year's budget, as it always is. Shenoted that the University has always recognized the strong relationship betweentuition and state appropriation, and the recommended tuition increases would be moderated in the face of an increased appropriation for the next fiscal year. Regent White commented that she looks forward to the day when the state gives the University more money than it has budgeted for, as suggested by Regent Richner. Regent Newman noted that last year the state had imposed limits on tuition increases but could not impose limits on cost increases, and these continue to go up. The current situation, she said, is the result of the state's intervention in tuition-setting. "We are making up for what happened last year, this year," she said, "to bring this institution where it needs to be." Regent Newman said she considered very seriously not voting for the proposed tuition increase, but believes that the provost proved convincingly that while there have been costincreases, there have also been significant cost cuts and cost containment. Regent Newman observed that this is the fourth straightyear of a downward trend in the state appropriation, and it is not a responsible stance to merely hope that the situation will improve. She suggested that the University leadership look at how the General Fund is funded, as this is the fund that is impacted by state appropriation and tuition and fees. "If we don't start setting aside money to build an endowment to fnd the General Fund, or doing things that move us away from the General Fund by endowing more programs and moving them outside the General Fund, we will do this every year," she said. "Every time the state does not give us as much money as we think we need, we are going to raise tuition; there is no way around it. Unless we take some responsibility for this and determine how we plan to solve this problem as we go forward, we are going to have this same discussion." Regent Newman said she would not continue to support tuition increases unless she sees measures being undertaken to decrease the reliance on state appropriations for funding the General Fund. 9

Page  10 July Meeting, 2005 The vote was then taken on the motion to approve the Ann Arbor Campus General Fund budget and tuition and fee rates and it was approved unanimously. Dearborn Campus General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Regent Brandon moved approval of the Dearborn Campus General Fund operating budget and student tuition and fee rates as described in the Regents Communications. Regent White seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. Flint Campus General Fund Operating Budget and Student Tuition and Fee Rates Regent White moved approval of the Flint Campus General Fund operating budget and student tuition and fee rates, as described in the Regents Communications. Regent Brandon seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. 2005-2006 Fee Assessments for Michigan Student Assembly, Student Legal Services, and School/College Governments Regent Deitch moved approval of the following fees for 2005-2006: $7.19 per student per term for Michigan Student Assembly, $6.00 per student per term for Student Legal Services, and $1.50 per term for school and college governments. Regent hite seconded the motion. It was pointed out that these figres represent a total increase in student fees of $1.00 per student per term. Regent Newman stated that she would be voting against this proposal on the grounds that student organizations need toconstrain costs, use resources more effectively, and raise money just as other units need to do. Regent Rchner commented that he supports the Student Legal Services fee increase but not the increase for MSA. The vote was then taken and the motion was approved, with Regent Deitch, Maynard, Taylor, and White in favorand Regents Brandon, Newman, and Richner opposed. FY 2006 University Health Service Fee Regent Deitch moved approval of the proposed 7.4% increase ($10.17 per student per term) in the University Health Service Fee. Regent White seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. FY 2006 University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers Operating Budget Regent Taylor moved approval of the FY2006 University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) operating budget, as described in the Regents Communication. Regent White seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. Further Comments about the Budget President Coleman thanked the Board for their support of the budget requests, especially in light of the very difficult circumstances they were presented with. Regent Taylor commented that nobody takes any joy in increasing the price of education, but said that it i iimportant to put tis action into the context of the value being offered by the University to resident undergraduates. He believes that the rate of about $9,200 per year constitutes one of the best buys in the United States. In terms of the market, he said, it is "an absolute bargain," and in absolute terms, he said, "it is an 10

Page  11 July Meeting, 2005 extremely good buy." He noted that premier private K-12 schools cost far more than attending the University of Michigan. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reported that the committee had met that morning and considered four agenda items. As part of its study of risk management issues, the committee met with Dr. Robert Todd and Ms. Judith Nowak, associate vice presidents for research, and Carol Senneff, executive director of University audits, for a briefing about research compliance. The second agenda item involved a review of human resource metrics with Laurita Thomas, associate vice president and chief human resource officer, to begin to gain a greater nderstanding of trends associated with those important cost elements of the University. The commitee next conducted the first annual review of the University's lease portfolio, meeting with Associate Vice President Hank Baer and Mary Krasny, assistant director of plant extension, real estate, and support services. Lastly, the committee received a bimonthly update of internal audits, with Carol Senneff and Paul Millis, manager of IT Audits. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that the committee had spent the majority of its session discussing internal affairs of the committee, developing a list of topics that are within the jurisdiction of the committee and preparing a preliminary calendar for the next 18 months. These items are still being vetted within the administration, and will be finalized at the September meeting. The committee also received a report from President Coleman on the status of ongoing searches and various other personnel matters. The Regents then turned to the remainder of the consent agenda. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of June 16, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, the Regents Quarterly Report on Non-Competitive Purchases over $5,000 from Single Sources for March 16-June 15, 2005, and the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submited the Litigation Report. Research Report. The Regents received the report of projects established, June 1-June 30, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. Executive Vice President Kelch had no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. There was no additional report from the Division of Student affairs. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little reported on recent and ongoing activities on the Dearborn campus and highlighted the new degree program being submitted for approval at this meeting. 11

Page  12 July Meeting, 2005 University of Michigan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas reported on a recent visit to the campus by MSA president Jesse Levine. He also expressed his personal appreciation and that of the UM-Flint community for Paul Courant's work as provost of the Ann Arbor campus. Michigan Student Assembly Report. Jesse Levine, president of MSA, noted that he had received a geat deal of positive feedback about the work being done by MSA. He reported that MSA's mission is to improve the campus community and significantly and positively affect campus, and its financial priorities remain to provide ncreased funding for Student Legal Services and for events and activities for students. He noted that MSA has established bylaws andguidelines to ensure that its funding processes are conducted in a viewpoint- and content-neutral fashion. A ndraising committee will be launched in the fall with the goal of increasing the proportion of the group's revenues provided by means oter thanstudent fees. He reported on upcoming MSA activities, noting that "this is an exciting time for MSA." Voluntary Support. Vice President May submitted the Report of Voluntary Support for June 2005, noting that complete reports for June, July, and August, 2005 would be submitted in September. Personnel Actions/Personnel Reports. Provost Courant submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. Provost Courant said he had just received word that Michigan State University had approved a tuition increase of 13.5% for incoming first-year students, with a corresponding increase in financial aid. Provost Courant announced that the agenda includes recommendations for the appointments of seven aculty as distinguished University professors, each of whom has extraordinary accomplishments: Philip H. Bucksbaum (Physics), Sheldon H. Danziger (public policy and social work), Sid Gilman (neurology), Donald S. Lopez, Jr. (Buddhist and Tibet Studies), Joyce Marcus (anthropology), Coimbatore K. Praalad (business), and Abigail J. Stewart (psychology and women's studies). He also pointed out the recommended appointment of Janet A. Weiss as dean of the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studiesand vice provost for academic affairs-graduate studies, and Deborah Ball as interim dean of the School of Education. President Coleman called attention to the reappointmentof Alan Saltiel as director of the Life Sciences Institute Chancellor Little highlighted recommendations for the reappointment of Thomas A. Baird as vice chancellor for institutional advancement, and noted the recent appointment of the director of the Armenian Research Center. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective September 1, 2005, unless othenwise indicated Borgers, Tilman, Ph.D., Samuel Zell Professor of the Economics of Risk and Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Galea, Sandro, M.D., Dr.P.H., Associate Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health 12

Page  13 July Meeting, 2005 Green, Peter F., Ph.D., Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering Halloran, M. Elizabeth, M.D., D.Sc., Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health Hammer, Gary D., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Associate Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, without tenure, and Millie Schembechler Professor of Adrenal Cancer, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 (five years as Schembechler Professor) Hamstra, Stanley J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medical Education, Medical School, July 21, 2005 Jin, Jionghua, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Industrial Operations Engineering, College of Engineering Li, Ben Q., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, with tenure, and Chair, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Michigan-Dearborn Metzl, Jonathan M., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, without tenure, Medical School Michielssen, Eric, Ph.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering Poggi, Gregory, Ph.D., Professor of Theatre and Drama, and Chair, Department of Theatre and Drama, School of Music, Professor, September 1, 2005, Chair, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2010 Raskin, Lutegarde, Ph.D., Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering Shapiro, Scott J., J.D., Ph.D., Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, and Professor of Philosophy, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Sheehan, Jonathan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Smith, Jeffrey A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Van Oyen, Mark P., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, College of Engineering NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENU Effective on the ates indicated Hill, Eric J., Ph.D., Professor of Practice in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2010 Hurst, Robert L., B.F.A., Associate Professor of Music (jazzstudies), September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Leinberger, Christopher, M.B.A., Professor of Practice in Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Moorefield, Virgil, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music (performing arts technology), School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Osler, Peter, B.S., Associate Professor of Practice in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Sanjian, Ara, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan-Dearborn, September 1, 2005 REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMICADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Baird, Thomas A., Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement, University of Michigan-Dearborn, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Baum, David H., Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Campbell, Darrell A., Jr., Chief of Staff for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Croley, Steven P., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Law School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2007 Gordan, Virginia B., Assistant Dean for International Programs, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Harris, Amy S., Director, Exhibit Museum, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Howard, June M., Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Initiatives, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, September 1-December 31, 2005 Johnson, Charlotte H., Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Kunkel, Steven L., Associate Dean for Biological Sciences and Life Sciences Initiatives, Horace H. Rackhanm School of Graduate Studies, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Lantz, Marilyn S., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Dentistry, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2010 Loch-Caruso, Rita, Interim Chair, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, July 1-August 31, 2005 13

Page  14 July Meeting, 2005 Nurse, Esrold A., Assistant Dean for Student Academic Affairs, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Saltiel, Alan R., Director of the Life Sciences Institute, September 1, 2005 (open-ended appointment) Wineman, Jan, Associate Dean for Research, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Dauwe, Loretta J., Chair, Department of Computer Science, Engineering Science, and Physics, University of Michigan-Flint, College of Arts & Sciences, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Computer Science, Engineering Science, and Physics, with tenure) Gross, M. Melissa, Associate Professor of Art and Design, without tenure, School of Art and Design, September 1, 2005 (also Associate Professor of Kinesiology, with tenure, Division of Kinesiology) Kahn, Margaret, Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan-Flint College of Arts & Sciences, July 1-December 31, 2005 (also Professor of Political Science, with tenure) Lantz, Paula M., Chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy, with tenure) Lawand, Jamile T., Chair, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Michigan-Flint College of Arts & Sciences, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Foreign Languages, with tenure) Parker, Edith A., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Public Health, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education, with tenure) Siebers, Tobin, Professor of Art and Design, without tenure, School of Art and Design, September 1, 2005 (also Vernon Louis Parrington Collegiate Professor of Literary and Cultural Criticism, Professor of English, with tenure, and Director, Comparative Literature Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts) Sinopoli, Carla M., Director, Museum of Anthropology, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2008, (also Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, and Curator, Museum of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts) Smith, Dean G., Senior Associate Dean for Administration, School of Public Health, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Chair and Professor of Health Management and Policy, with tenure) Walton, Kendall L., Professor of Art and Design, without tenure, School of Art and Design, September 1, 2005 (also Charles L. Stevenson Collegiate Professor of Philosophy, and Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts) Waters, Christine M., Chair, Department of Communication and Visual Arts, University of Michigan-Flint College of Arts & Sciences, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Art, with tenure) Wooldridge, Margaret S., Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 (also Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering) Zint, Michaela T., Associate Professor of Education, without tenure, School of Education, September 1, 2005 (also Associate Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, with tenure, School of Natural Resources and Environment) LEAVES OF ABSENCE FOR REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Hallak, Juan Carlos, Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one year leave, current date, January 1-May 31, 2006, extension requested September 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 Jonsson, Mattias, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one year leave, current leave, September 1, 2004-May 31, 2005, extension requested, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Saxonhouse, Gary R., Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one-year leave, current leave dates, January 1-May 31, 2005, extension requested, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Verhoogt, Arthur Mfw., Associate Professor of Papyrology and Greek, with tenure, Department of Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one-year leave, current leave, January 1, 2005-December 31, 2005 extension requested, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2006 14

Page  15 July Meeting, 2005 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective August 1, 2005, unless otherwnise indicated Naming of Existing Collegiate Professorships Alexander Ziwet Collegiate Professorship in Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Caroline Robbins Collegiate Professorship in Political Science and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 1, 2005 D. R. Shackleton Collegiate Professorship in Greek and Latin, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts John Rawls Collegiate Professorship in Philosophy and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Sarah Winans Newman Collegiate Professorship in the Life Sciences, Medical School, July 1, 2005 OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Appointments to Distinguished University Professorships Bucksbaum, Philip H., Peter Franken Distinguished University Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Danziger, Sheldon H., Henry J. Meyer Distinguished University Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, September 1, 2005 Gilman, Sid, William J. Herdman Distinguished University Professor of Neurology, Medical School, September 1, 2005 Lopez, Donald S., Jr., Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Marcus, Joyce, Robert L. Cameiro Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Prahalad, Coimbatore K., Paul and Ruth McCracken Distinguished University Professor of Corporate Strategy, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005 Stewart, Abigail J., Sandra Schwartz Tangri Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Appointments to Collegiate Professorships Beck, Robert F., Herbert C. Sadler Collegiate Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Bornstein, George J., C.A. Patrides Collegiate Professor of English, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1, 2005-December 31, 2006 Penner, Joyce E., Aksel Wiin-Nielson Collegiate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31,2010 White, James Boyd, L. Hart Wright Collegiate Professor of Lw, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31,2010 Wight, James K., Frank E. Richart, Jr., Collegiate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Appointments to Endowed Professorships Bulkley, Jonathan W., Peter M. Wege Endowed Professor of Sustainable Systems, School of Natural Resources and Environment, June 1, 2005-May 31, 2010 Ethiraj, Sendil, Sanford R. Robertson Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Goldstein-Gidoni, Ofra, Toyota Visiting Professor of Japanese Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Septeber 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Hanlon, Michelle L., Bank One Corporation Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Lafontaine, Francine, Jack D. Sparks - Whirlpool Corporation Research Professor of Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007 Lorenz, ChristoffFrederik Gijsbert, The Netherlands Visiting Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Price, Richard H., Barger Family Professor of Organizational Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Smooha, Sammy, Louis and Helen Padnos Visiting Professor of Judaic Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 15

Page  16 July Meeting, 2005 Warfield, Ted A., Marshall M. Weinberg Endowed Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, ColIege of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 3 1_p2 0 05 Reapointinents to Collegiate Pr-ofessorships Green, Thomas A., John Philip Dawson Collegiate Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Regan, Donald HL, William W. Bishop, Jr., Collegiate Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 20 10 Vining, Joseph, Harry Bums Hutchins Collegiate Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Reappohintments to NamedProfessorships Herzog, Donald J., Edson R. Sunderland Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 3 1, 2010 Reimann, Mathias W., Hessel E. Yntema Professor of L.aw, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 20 10 Reaypointments to Endlowed Pro fessorships Kaplan, Rachel, Samuel Trask Dana Professor of Environment and Behavior, School of Natural Resources and Environment, June 1, 2005-May 31.,2010 ý Levinson, Marjorie, Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor, College ofLiterature, Science, and the Arts, July 1, 2005-June 301 2010 Palincsar, Annemarie Sullivan, Jean and Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Professor of Reading and Literacy, School of EducationJulyI1, 2005-June 30, '2010 Witter, John A., George Wk'illis Pack Professor of Forest Entomology, School of Natural Resources and Environment, June 1, 2005-May 31, 2010 Other Transactions Interim appointment approval during August, Authorization for approving necessary appointments for the period August 1-3 1, 2005 ) Abel, Richard, Interim Director, Program in Film and Video Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 3 1,_2005 Ball, Deborah LoewNlenberg, Interim Dean, School of Education, July 1, 2005 Buresh, Tom J., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Kapuscinski, Roman, Gof Smith Co-Director of the Joel D. Tauber ManufacturingInstitute, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Lubman, David M., from Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, to Professor of Surgery, with tenure, Medical School, Professor of Chemistry, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1, 2005, and Maude T. Lane Professor of Surgical Immunology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll, correction of title to the Mary Frances Berry Collegiate Professor of History, American Culture, and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2003-August 31, 2008 (currently Mary Frne Ber Colleiate Proessor of Historya, Amrian Culture, also Professor of History, with tenure, Professor of American Culture, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure) Weiss, Janet A., Dean, Horace H. Racchar School of Graduate Studies, and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs-Graduate Studies, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic AffairFS August 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Advsoy Bar on~fl_ Itercollegiatee Athletics Kisnnarf Thomsra C.,; reapointment,!July 1, g!20i05-June 30-, 2008 (corrction to term of previous~ly Abed, Wadad K1., retrioactive, new appointment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Ams~ter, Cazrol L.,, retroactive, new ap~pointmet~n, July 1, 20)05-June 309, 2008 Buckler, Robert J., retroactivie, new appointment, July 1, a2005-June 30, 2008 Davis, Hal, retroactive, reatp~pointment, Ju~lyP 1, 2005s-June 30, 2008 DiCarflo), Sally Stegeman, retractive, reappointment, July 1, 20105-June~ 310, 2008 16

Page  17 July Meeting, 2005 Dodd, Cynthia M., retroactive, new appointment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Mial, Joetta, retroactive, new appointment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Newton, Roger, retroactive, new appointment, July 1,2005-June 30, 2008 Power, Philip H., retroactive, reappointment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Schulak, Edward R., retroactive, new appointment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Collee of Literature, Science, and the Arts Executive Committee Allen, James W., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008, vice Andreas R. Blass, term expired Lopez, Donald S., Jr.m September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008, vice Sarah G. Thomason, term expired Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, vice Donald S. Lopez, Jr., on leave Becker, Jill B., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, vice Judith T. Ivine, on leave School ofDentistr Executive Committee Eber, Robert M., November 1, 2005-October 31, 2008, vice Paul H. Krebsbach, term expired Kerschbaum, Wendy E., November 1, 2005-October 31, 2008, vice Dennis E. Lopatin, term expired PERSONNEL REPORTS Provost Courant submitted the following personnel reports. ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OFREGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Babbar, Anjili, M.A., Instructor in English, UM-Flint College of Arts and Letters, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Buckley, Martha L., M.D., Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Campbell, Scott W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor ofCommunication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Chang, Robert, M.D., Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Cho, Robert W., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Cho, Suzanne T., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Cooke, Jeremy L., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Emergency Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2005 Cookinham, Sarah, M.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 DeGenaro, William, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Composition and Rhetoric, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Etzion, Hila, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Information and Technology, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Even, Tirtza, M.A., AssistantProfessor of Art, School of Art and Design, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Friedman, Darci H., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Frye, David L., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Gelehrter, Sarah K., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Handeyside, Sarah C., M.D., Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Hessler, Jill, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Otorhinolaryngology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Johnson, Victoria, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Kansal, Mayank M., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Kaye, G. Donald, M.S., Lecturer in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Letters, May 1-June 30, 2005 Keena, Daniel T., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Khodaee, Morteza, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, July 1-December 31, 2005 Kramer-Hajos, Margaretha T., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Lassig, Jeffrey P., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 17

Page  18 July Meeting, 2005 Lau, Christine L., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, July 25, 2005-August 31, 2006 Leavitt, MatthewA., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Lotz, Amanda D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Lyons, Matthew R., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 MacLean, Ray, B.M.E., Lecturer in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Letters, May 1-June 30, 2005 Mendez, Michael P., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Miller, Elizabeth C., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Misek, Victoria L., B.A., Assistant Professor of Airforce Officer Education Program, Air Force Officer Education Program, June 2, 2005-June 30, 2008 O'Mahen, Heather A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, UM-Dearbon College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1,2005-April 30, 2006 Owens, Scott R., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Pathology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Parthasarathy, Shobita, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Rectenwald, John E., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Repaskey, William T., M.D., Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Rosenberg, Noah A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Human Genetics, Medical School, June 20, 2005-June 30, 2007 Rosenberg, Sharon R., M.D., Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, August 12, 2005-August 11,2006 Saad, Richard J., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Senapati, Sangeeta, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Tarrazzi, Daler E., D.D.S., Clinical Lecturer in Dentistry, School of Dentistry, June 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Tootla, Ruwaida G.H., M.Dent., Clinical Assistant Professo of Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, April 1, 2005-March 31, 2008, Torres, Joanne M., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Emergency Medicine, Medical School, August 8, 2005-August 7, 2006 Yunghans, Megan K., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and CommunicableDiseases, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Cox, Amanda M., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Danziger, Sheldon H., from Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, and Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, to Professor of Public Policy with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Luan, Fu-Lung, from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Clinical Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2009 Mankouche, Steven Y., from Lecturer in Architecture to Assistant Professor of Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Oaklander, Lester N., from Professor of Philosophy, with tenure and Professor of Extended Learning Office, without tenure, to Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, June 1, 2005 Partridge, Damani J., from Lecturer II in Anthropology to Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, Center for Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Pelletier, Shawn J., from Clinical Lecturer in Surgery to Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Pickens, Allan, from Clinical Lecturer in Surgery to Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Salisbury, Linda C., from Instructor in Management Studies to Assistant Professor of Management Studies, UM-Dearborn School of Management, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 18

Page  19 July Meeting, 2005 Schroth, Anne N., from Clinical Assistant Professor of Law to Clinical Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 2012 Travers, Martha, from Lecturer I in English, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and Arts to Lecturer I in English, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and Arts, and Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1-December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Bilello, John C., Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, July I-December 31, 2005 Kammash, Terry, Stephen S. Attwood Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, College of Engineering, June 1-August 31, 2005 Karopp, Bruce H., Associate Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, June 1-June 30, 2005 Knoll, Glenn F., Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, College of Engineering, June 1-October 31, 2005 Richards, James W., Professor Emeritus of Social and Administrative Sciences, College of Pharmacy, June 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Robinson, Emerson, Professor Emeritus of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULARINSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Aamot, Kirk C., Associate Professor of Music, with tenure College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Alexander, Lois L., Associate Professor of Music, withtenure, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Amerine, Frederick R., Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Ats, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Anderson, Barbara A., Professor of Sociology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September I-December 31, 2005 Anderson, Donald F., Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences UM-Dearbo, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Angulo-Barroso, Rosa M., Associate Professor of Kinesiology, with tenure, Division of Kinesiology, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Baird, Darryl G., Associate Professor of Art, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bandt, Kerstin, Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Barr, Michael S., Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, outside teaching leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Barvinok, Alexandre I., Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September I-December 31, 2005 Bissell, R. Ward, Professor of History of Art, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005, and retirement furlough, January 1-December 31, 2006 Bix, Robert A., Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Boccaccini, Gabriele, Associate Professor of Early Christianity, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31,2005 Botti, Susan, Assistant Professor of Music (composition), School of Music, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-March 31, 2006 Brusati, Celeste A., Professor of History of Art and Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Campbell, John C., Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006, and retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31,2007 Ceballo, Rosario E., Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 19

Page  20 July Meeting, 2005 Cole, Joshua H., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Cooper, Edward H., Thomas M. Cooley Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Cope, Virgil W., Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences UM-Flint, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Dowd, Gregory E., Professor of American Culture, with enure, and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Endelman, Todd M., William Haber Professor of Modern Jewish History and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and duty off campus January 1-May 31, 2006 Erickson, Donna L., Associate Professor of Natural Resources, with tenure, School of Natural Resources and Environment and Associate Professor of Urban Planning, without tenure, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, personal leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Fraass, Benedick A., Professor of Radiation Physics, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, January 1-July 15-2005 Gidley, David W., Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gingerich, Philip D., Ermine Cowles Case Collegiate Professor of Paleontology, Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, and Professor of Anthropology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, March 13-May 1, 2005 Goldman, Rachel S., Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, without tenure, and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, without tenure, College of Enginrieng, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Goldstein, Laurence A., Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Goold, Susan D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, February 1-July 31, 2006 Halberstam, Daniel H., Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hancock, David J., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Hasen, David M., Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, outside teaching leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hell, Julia C., Associate Professor of German, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Herbig, Anne-Katrin, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 House, James S., Professor of Sociology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Howse, Robert L., Alene and Allan F. Smith Professor of Law and Professor of Law, withtenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-December 31, 2005 Hutchings, Vincent L., Associate Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Jonsson, Mattias, Associate Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Katz, Ellen D., Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kauper, Thomas E. Henry M. Butzel Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, retirement furlough, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Keane, E. Webb, Jr., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September1,2005-May 31, 2006 Kyes, Robert L., Professor of German, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2004-December 31, 2004 Khan, Asra S., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, personal leave, July 1-July 31, 2005 King, Larry, Associate Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Kirking, Duane M., Professor of Social and Administrative Science, with tenure, College of Pharmacy, retirement furlough, June 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Kirsch, Stuart A., Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lacy, Karyn R., Assistant Professor of Sociology and Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 20

Page  21 July Meeting, 2005 Larsen, Finn, Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lehman, John T., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lopez, Donald S., Jr., Carl W. Belser Collegiate Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies and Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Losman, Eve D., Instructor in Emergency Medicine, Medical School, child care leave, June 17-June 30, 2005 Mackinnon, Catharine A., Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Mendelson, Nina A., Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Michailidis, George, Associate Professor of Statistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Miller, William I., Thomas G. Long Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Moukouri, Samuel M., Assistant Professor of Applied Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Myers, Steven F., Professor of Biology, with tenure, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Nisbett, Richard E., Theodore M. Newcomb Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Paris, Scott G., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Park, Albert F., Associate Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Perry, Julie S., Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, child care leave, May 19-June 13, 2005 Pincus, Leslie B., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Pritchard, Adam C., Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Puff, Helmut, Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Ramirez-Christensen, E., Professor of Japanese Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1-May 31, 2006 Rex, Lesley A., Associate Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Robertson, Jennifer E., Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Ar, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Root, Margaret C., Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Art and Archaeology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-May 31, 2006 Rose, Sonya O., Natalie Zemon Davis Collegiate Professor of History, Sociology, and Women's Studies, and Professor of History, with tenure, Professor of Sociology, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Sanok, Catherine, Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, and Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Shah, Gaurang V., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, personal leave, April 1, 2005-March 31, 2006 Stein, Louise K., Professor of Music (musicology), with tenure, School of Music, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Taylor, Dorceta E., Associate Professor of Environmental Sociology, with tenure, School of Natural Resources and Environment and Associate Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Trumpey, Joseph E., Associate Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Urba, Susan, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, without tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, November 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 21

Page  22 July Meeting, 2005 Vazquez, Roland, Lecturer in Music (jazz and improvisation), School of Music, and Lecturer I in American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Von Moltke, Johannes E., Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, and Associate Professorof Film and Video Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Waggoner, Lawrence W., Lewis M. Simes Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Weder, Alan B., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, January 1-June 30, 2006 Werner, Earl E., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2004 West, Edward, Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Westen, Peter K., Frank G. Millard Professor of Law and Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, outside teaching leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Wooley, Trevor D., Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Wu, Sijue, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Zayas, Leopoldo A. Pando, Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVE OF ABSENCES GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Coronil, Femando, Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, January 1-May 31, 2005, previously reported as sabbatical leave Rutowski, Patricia A., Lecturer in N ing, School of Nursing, School of Nursing and Lecturer I in First Year Seminars, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2004-May 31, 2006, phased, previously reported as retirement furlough, September 1, 2004-May 31, 2005 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Deceased Raudenbush, Stella L., Instructor in Education, School of Education, May 21, 2005 Resigned Basu, Susanto, Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Berkowitz, Sharon G., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, June 28, 2005 Bhatnagar, Seema, Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 31, 2005 Butz, David A., Clinical Lecturer in Surgery, Medical School, May 31, 2005 Chen, Jian-Jun, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Coleman, Andrew M., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 DaFonseca, Marcio A., Clinical Associate Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, July 8, 2005 Dinec, Ihsan S., Assistant Professor of Finance, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2005 Director, Stephen W., Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, June 30, 2005 Fluent, Thomas E., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, July 5, 2005 Fort, Timothy L., Associate Professor of Business Law, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, June 30, 2005 Gharpurey, Ranjit, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, August 31, 2005 Guerra, Ingrid J., Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, University of Michigan-Dearborn, June 30, 2005 22

Page  23 July Meeting, 2005 Gupta, Sudheer, Assistant Professor of Operations Management, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2005 Hays, Jude C., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, August 31, 2005 Lento, Rochelle E., Clinical Professor of Law, Law School, May 31, 2005 Miller, Cathleen L., Assistant Professor of Accounting, School of Management, University of Michigan-Flint, May 31, 2005 Nidiffer, Jana, Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, May 31, 2005 Nuffer, Gerhard F., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, and Lecturer I in Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, April 30, 2005 Ralston, Steven M., Professor of Communication, with tenure, College of the Arts and Sciences, University of Michigan-Flint, May 31, 2005 Schonle, Andreas X., Associate Professor ofPre-Nineteenth Century Russian Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Velleman, J. David, GEM Anscombe Collegiate Professor of Philosophy, James B. and Grace J. Nelson Professor of Philosophy, and Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Verdery, Katherine M., Eric R. Wolf Professor of Anthropology and Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, May 31, 2005 Walters, Julianne M., Lecturer II in Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, June 30, 2005 Wilson, Jessica M., William Wilhartz Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Assistant Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Retired Berent, Stanley, Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, with tenure, Professor of Psychology, Department of Neurology, without tenure, Medical School, Professor of Psychology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Psychology, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, without tenure, School of Public Health, June 30, 2005 Collin, Claudia R., Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, University of Michigan-Dearborn, June 30, 2005 Hayashi, Robert H., J. Robert Wilson Collegiate Professor of Obstetrics and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, with tenure, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Hirschfeld, Lawrence A., Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, and Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 31, 2005 Johnson, Richard A., Clinical Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, May 31, 2005 Johnston, Lysle E., Jr., Professorof Dentistry, with tenure, School of Dentistry, May 31, 2005 Maehr, Martin L., Professor of Education, without tenure, School of Education, July 31, 2005 Pahucki, Gena R., Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, August 31, 2005 Pollack, Henry N., Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Reame, Nancy E., Rhetaugh Graves Dumas Professor of Nursing, and Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, August 31, 2005 Stross, Jeoffrey K., Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Turner, Dennis F., Clinical Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, June 30, 2005 Term Connleted Caspari, Rachel, Lecturer III in Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Eisenberg, Diane E., Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, May 31, 2005 Gira, Amy K., Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Irmak, Elmas, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 31, 2005 Rozinski, Thomas G., Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, June 30, 2005 CANCELLATION OF TERMINATION OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Rutowski, Patricia A., Lecturer in Nursing, School of Nursing, and Lecturer I in First Year Seminars, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, previously reported as retired May 31, 2005 23

Page  24 July Meeting, 2005 Claudia R. Collin, Ph.D., assistant professor of education in the School of Education at the University of Michigan-Dearbor, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Professor Collin obtained her B.S. degree from St. Bonaventure University in 1961, her M.A. degree from New York University in 1964, her specialist degree in special education from Fairfield University in 1970, and her Ph.D. degree in learing disabilities from Northwester University in 1973. She taught special education at Northeastern Illinois University from 1971-73, was assistant professor of special education and progra director of MSE-Learning Disabilities at the University of Wisconsin from 1973-79, and continued her career as assistant professor of special education at Wayne State University from 1979-82. Professor Collin joined the University of Michigan-Dearbor faculty as an adjunct lecturer in 1984, was appointed to the faculty full time as a lecturer in 1989, and was promoted to assistant professor in 2001. During her career at the University, Professor Collin developed and taught courses in educational psychology, strategies, reading and language arts, and special education. She sered as the faculty advisor for the Gamma Iota chapter of Phi Lambda Theta fro 1986-98 and as the program coordinator for the graduate M.Ed. progam (1995-2004) and the M.A.T. program (2001-04). She served on numerous comittees and has been a foundation for the School of Education's educaional psychology courses. Professor Collin has been a dedicated employee of the School of Education and the University. The Regents now salute this distinguished scholar by naming Claudia R. Collin assistant professor emerita of education. Robert H. Hayashi, M.D., J. Robert Willson Collegiate Professor of Obstetrics and professor of obstetrics and gynecology in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005, after a most productive career as an administrator, teacher, mentor, and clinician. Dr. Hayashi received his A.B. degree from the University of California-Berkeley in 1959 and his M.D. degree fom Temple University in 1963. He was a U.S. Army surgeon in Germany from 1964-66, completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan from 1966-70, and served as a National Institutes of Health fellow in the Departent of Biochemisty at the University of Pittsburgh from 1970-72. In 1972, he joined the University of Texas faculty as an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Health Science Center in San Antonio, and in 1983 he wasappointed chief of obstetrics at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and adjunct professor at the University of California-Los Angeles. Dr. Hayashi joined the University of Michigan faculty as professor of obstetrics and gynecology and chief of the Division of Materal-Feta Medicine in 1985, and he was named the first J. Robert Willson Collegiate Professor of Obstetrics in 1990. During his career, Dr. Hayashi made extensiv contributions to the medic field by publishing innumerable peer-reviewed articles and contributing many chapters to the medical literature. He regularly participated in resident and medical student education, and as a committed clinician, he provided outstanding care to his patients. Dr. Hayashi has been an active member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Institute of Ultrasonic Medicine, the Society of Perinatal Obstetricians/ Society for Maternal-Feta Medicine, the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, and the International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy. 24

Page  25 July Meeting, 2005 The Regents now salute this distinguished health educator for his dedicated service by naming Robert H. Hayashi professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology. Lawrence A. Hirschfeld, Ph.D., professor of anthropology and professor of psychology in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and faculty associate in the Research Center for Group Dynamics, Institute forSocial Research, retired from active faulty status on May 31, 2005. Professor Hirschfeld received his A.B. degree from the University of Michigan in 1971 and his M.A., M.Phil, and Ph.D. degrees from Columbia University in 1975, 1977, and 1984, respectively. Hewas a visiting assistant professor at the University of Michigan from 1989-91, and was appointedassistant professor of anthropology in 1991 and faculty associate in 1993. In 1996, he was promoted to associate professor of anthropology and received an additional appointment as associate professor of psychology; he was promoted to professor in 2004. Professor Hirschfeld is a major inteational figure in both anthropology and cognitive psychology, whose research has broken new ground in articulating fundamental relationships between these two areas. He explored core teoretical ideas at the intersection of the two fields and developed a ground-breaking theory of the psychological grounding of race and raciaization, a concept with far-reaching significance. Professor Hirschfeld's publications have helped ame the rlationship between innately specified constraints on cognition and culturally and historically specific categories in a way that does justice to both. His landmark book, Race in the aking, made a major contribution to understanding the ways young children conceive of race and their ntealization of racial and ethnic prejudice, and his reseach on theculture of children is a simultaneous challenge to anthropology (in seeing children as active shapers of the transmission of cultural and social forms) and psychology (in seeing cultural, social, and organizational dimensions to developmental processes). Based on his work, Professor Hirschfeld calls for ethnography of children's culture as a step toward understanding the ways in which culture and cognition interact in development. The Regents salute thisdistinished scholar by naming Lawrence A. Hirschfeld professor emeritus of anthropology and professor emeritus of psychology. Richard A. Johnson, D.D.S., clinical professor of dentistry in the School of Dentistry, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Dr. Johnson received his D.D.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1967 and 1973, respectively. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as a clinical instructor in 1970 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1973, clinical associate professor in 1995, and clinical professor in 2002. An active participant in the orthodontics department and in the School of Dentistry, Dr. Johnson made numerous contributions in teaching, administrative, and clinical activities. He was director of the graduate orthodonic clinic and of the orthodontic program for pediatric dentistry residents, program director of predoctoral orthodontics, and coordinator of the gaduate orthodontic clinical instructor teaching progam. He served on nu ous committees, including the school's executive committee, the associate dean and dean search advisory committees, the faculty practice advisory committee, the preclinical academic committee, the curriculum committee, the nominations and elections committee, and the continuing education committee. Dr. Johnson was also a discipline coordinator for the vertically integrated clinics and 25

Page  26 July Meeting, 2005 president of the Chi Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national dental honor society. He served on many gaduate theses committees and was a student research mentor for the American Association of Dental Research. Dr. Johnson is a member of the American Dental Association and the American Dental Education Association, the American Association of Orthodontists, the Great Lakes Association of Orthodontists, the Michigan Dental Association, and the Michigan Association of Orthodontists. He has volunteered his time with the Washtenaw Children's Dental Clinic, the Washtenaw District Dental Society, and the Washtenaw Community College Dental Assisting Program. The Regents salute this distingished health sciences educator by naming Richard A. Johnson clincal professor emeritus of dentistry. Lysle E. Johnston, Jr., D.D.S., Ph.D., professor of dentistry in the School of Dentistry, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Dr. Johnston received his D.D.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1961 and 1964, respectively, and his Ph.D. degree from Case Western Reserve University in 1970. He was on the faculty at Case Western Reserve University from 1964-76 and at St. Louis University from 1976-91. Dr. Johnston joined the University of Michigan faculty as the Robert W. Browne Professor of Dentistry, professor of dentistry, and chair of the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatc Dentistry in 1991. For the past 30 years, Dr. Johnston has studied the differential effects of various orthodontic treatments and mechanisms of facial growth and the nature of the interaction beeen the groth and treatment. He has advised approximately 100 master's thesis students and contributed to the education of more than 300 orthodontic specialists. Dr. Johnston has delivered the Mershon, Salzmann, and Heritage Lectures of the American Association of Orthodontics, the Angle Memorial Lecture of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontics, the Northcroft Lecture of the British Society for the Study of Orthodontics, and the Arthur Thornton Taylor Memorial Lecture of the Australian Society of Orthodontists. He is a fellow of the American College of Dentistry and the Inteational College of Dentistry and is was elected a fellow in dental surgery by the Royal College of Surgeons in England. Dr. Johnston serves on the editorial boards of a number of orthodontic journals, including the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. He was a member of the oral biology and medicine study section of the National Institutes of Health and director of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontics. Dr. Johnston has received numerous honors, most notably the Albert H. Ketcham Award of the American Board of Orthodontics, the 5th International Award of the Italian Society, and the Dewel Award of the American Association of Orthodontics. The Regents salute this distinguished health sciences educator by naming Lysle E. Johnston, Jr., professor emeritus of dentistry. Theodore Morrison, associate professor of conducting, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Professor Morrison began his professional career at the age of 19 as organist-choirmaster at Baltimore's Cathedral of the Incarnation, a post he held from 1962-71. In 1967, he founded the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, which, under his direction, became one of the foremost community choral ensembles in the United States. During his sixteen seasons with the Society, Professor Morrison frequently 26

Page  27 July Meeting, 2005 guest-conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Concerto Soloists Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, and the Pro sica Rara. From 1975-78 he was director of choirs and conductorof the chamber orchestra at Peabody Conservatory of Music, and from 1981-87 he was associate professor of music at Smith College. Professor Momrson joined the University of Michigan faculty as an associate professor in 1987. As a composer of choral music, Professor Momison contributed several significant works, including an overture, a ymphonic poem, chamber pieces for winds and strings, a synagogue service for chorus and ch ber orchestra, several lage works for chors and orchestra, a sonata and a set of vaiations for orga, three song cycles, and numerous smaller choral pieces. His major works have been performed by the Choral Arts Society of Washington ith the National Symphony Orchestra in the Kennedy Center, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchesa, the Cincinnati MayFestival Chorus with the Cincinnati Brass, the Norman Scribner Choir, and the Orphei Drger Choir of Uppsala, Sweden, and he has directed a preiere of one of his works at the Aspen Music Festival. In 2002, a CD recording of his organ and choral works was released on the Equilibrium label. His newest song cycle, "Chamber Music" (on poems by James Joyce), was premiered by the eminent duo of countertenor David Daniels and pianist Mtin Katz in a twelve-city American tour that concluded in an acclaimed performancein Carnegie Hall. Daniels and Katz performed the cycle in a European tour in 2004 and again in 2005 in both North America and Europe, and it was broadcst troughout the Uted Kingdom on BBC television. The Regents now salute this faculty member by naming TheodoreMorrison associate professor emeritus of conducting. Mary E. Periard, Ph.D., director of nursing and associate professor of nursing in the School of Health Professions and Studies at the University of Michigan-Flint, will retire from active faculty status on August 15, 2005. Professor Periard received her R.N./B.S.N. and M.S. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1977 and 1980, respectively, and her Ph.D. degree from Michigan State University in 1989. She joined the University of Michigan faculty as a lecturer in 1980 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1989 and associate professor in 1992. She was appointed interim director of the nursingprogram in 1989, associate director in 1995, and director in 2001, and she seved as interim dean of the School of Heath Professions and Stdies from 1998-2001. Professor Periard's work focused on areas that contributed to the practice of nursing: home care services, school nursing, family care-giving, and most recently, the development of a model for teaching individuals and groups how to do a breast self-exam. In her role as inter dean of the School of Health Professions and Studies, she oversaw the development of the school code and standing rules and the first faculty clinical track, and she was instrumental in securing the Mott Foundation grant for the newly-developed Urban Health and Wellness Center. During her tenure as director of nursing, the department's research emphasis was increased, a new B.S.N. curricul was implemented, the online R.N./B.S.N. program was developed and implemented, the master's program was expanded to include an R.N.M.S.N. track, and a tuition reimbursement model and faculty workload model were established. Professor Periard also played a major role in the R.N./B.S.N. studies program becoming autonomous from the program on the Ann Arbor campus in 1989 and in the merger with the Hurley School of Nursing that created the UM-Flint/Hurley Medical Center B.S.N. program. 27

Page  28 July Meeting, 2005 The Regents now salute this distinguished nursing leader for her dedicated service by naming Mary E. Periard associate professor emerita of nursing. Henry N. Pollack, Ph.D., professor of geological sciences in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Professor Pollack received his A.B. degree from Cornell University in 1958, his M.S. degree from the University of Nebraska in 1960, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1960. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an assistant professor in 1964 and was promoted to associate professor in 1967 and professor in 1974. Professor Pollack's principal research efforts have addressed Earth's internal heat and how the planet has cooled over time. This work included field measurements of borehole temperature profiles in North and South America and Africa and culminated in a compilation and analysis of over 24,000 heat flow measurements taken over 60% of the world in both continental and oceanic terrains. The analysis provided a global picture of the spatial variations in heat flow at the surface of Earth's crst and was relevant to a wide range of geological disciplines. As chair of the International Heat Flow Commission between 1991-95, Professor Pollack was influential in directing much of the geothermal community toward a new field of study, borehole paleoclimatology, that uses temperatures from terrestrial boreholes to reconstruct historical climate changes. His work in this new area has helped characterize the many dynamic processes that couple the atmosphere and continental sufce and has provided importantnew evidence in ongoing attempts to characterize past and present global climate change. Professor Pollak has taught at every level of the curriculum, fom introductory undergraduate courses to specialized graduate seminars. He was chair, fouder, and chief organizer of the Alumni Advisory Board, editor of the department newsletter,and a public figure for the geological sciences department. He was also an advisor to the National Science Foundation and the White House, testified before Congress, and helped leadinternational efforts to coordinate research in global climate change. In 2003, he published Uncertain Science, Uncertain World, a work on scientific uncertainty written for a non-science audience. The Regents salute this distinguished scholar by naming Henry N. Pollack professor emeritus of geological sciences. Nancy E. Reame, Ph.D., the Rhetaugh Graves Dumas Professor of Nursing and professor of nursing in the School of Nursing and research professor in the Reproductive Sciences Program, will retire from active faculty status on August 31, 2005. Professor Reame received her B.S.N. degree from Michigan State University in 1969 and her M.S.N. and Ph.D. degrees from Wayne State University in 1974 and 1977, respectively. She joined the University of Michigan faculty as associate professor in 1980 and was promoted to professor in 1990. She was appointed research scientist in 1992 and promoted to research professor in 2004. She was named the Rhetaugh Graves Dumas Professor of Nursing in 2000. Beginning with her master's project on the genetics of infertility, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Professor Reame has focused on reproductive sciences. Nationally, she has served on many National Institutes of Health panels, including the prestigious Women's Health Initiative, and on Food and Drug 28

Page  29 July Meeting, 2005 Administration safety review boards and executive boards of the leading women's health research organizations. For her contbutions to the improved understanding of the neuroendocrinology of the menstrual cycle, Professor Reame was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 1997 and was named a fellow ofthe American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2001. Within the University, Professor Reame has served on the executive committees of the School of Nursing, the Reproductive Sciences Program, the Life Sciences, Values and Society Program, the Michigan Initiative for Women's Health, and the University Hospitals Clinical Research Center. She was director of the National Center for Infertility Research and served on the Committee on Honorary Degrees and on selection committees for the Distinuished University Professorship and the Henry Russell Lecturer. Shewas a senior fellow in the Society of Fellows and paicipated in the "Road Scholars" progam. In 1991, Professor Reame received the Distinguished Faculty Award, and to date she remains the only woman to have served as president of the University's Research Club. The Regents now salute this distinguished nursing educatorfor her dedicated service by naming Nancy E. Reame professor emerita of nursing and research professor emerita. Robert A. Wolfe, Ph.D., professor of biostatistics in the School of Public Health, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Professor Wolfe received his B.A. degree from Oberlin College in 1968. After serving with the Peace Corps in Liberia from 1969-72, he eared his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University in 1973 and 1978, respectively. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an assistant professor in 1977 and was promoted to associate professor in 1982 and professor in 1992. Professor Wolfe's legacy includes original contributions to statistical methodology as well as evidence-based investigations that have provided key results for major scientific and policy issues. His work involves all aspects of research, including transformation of hypothesesinto relevant study designs and development of valid data collection instruments. He has also been involved withdatabase design, project management and coordination, appropate statistical analyses, and the communication of research results. For more than 25 years, Professor Wolfe has collaborated with medical researchers from around the world on the subject of renal failure and renal replacement therapy. From 1988-97, he was co-principal investigator and director of biostatistics for the United States Renal Data System (USRDS), which was funded by the National Institutes of Health, and from 1997-99 he served as the director of the USRDS. He is co-director of the United States Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients and co-investigator on the Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patters Study, and he has published extensively, including seminal work on dialysis treatments and outcomes, transplant outcomes, and standardized mortality ratios. The Regents salute this distinguished scholar by naming Robert A. Wolfe professor emeritus ofbiostatistics. Memorials. No deaths of active faculty members were reported to the Regents this month. 29

Page  30 July Meeting, 2005 Degrees. Provost CoCourant submitted for approval the August 2005 doctoral degree list, final degree lists for the Spring 2005 commencements, and changes to previously approved degree lists. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. University Real Estate Policy: Annual Report on Leases Exceeding 50,000 Square Feet Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the first annual report on all leases in which the total square footage being leased in a particular building or in a related complex of buildings exceeds 50,000 square feet, as required by the recently approved University Real Estate Policy. Alternative Asset Commitment (Merit Energy Company) Executive Vice President Slottow reported on the University's recent follow-on investment commitment to Merit Energy Partners X, L.P. Alternative Asset Commitments (CP Investment Fund II, L.P., Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund VI, L.P., SSC II, L.P.) Executive Vice President Slottow reported on the University's recent follow-on investments with three previously approved real estate partnerships: CP Investment Fund II, L.P., Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund VI, L.P., and SSC II, L.P. Alternative Asset Commitments (Garnet & Helfrich Capital, L.P.; Claremont Creek Ventures, L.P.; PrivatVirde Fund, L.P.; and Embarcadero Capital Investors Two, L.P.) On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents approved the following investments: Commitment of an additional $6 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Garnet & Helfrich Capital L.P. (venture capital commitment); $10 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Claremont Creek Ventures, L.P. (venture capital commitment); $45 million to PrivatVirde Fund, L.P. for the University Investment Pool (absolute return investment); and $20 million to Embarcadero Capital Investors Two, L.P. (real estate investment). Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library North and South Emergency Power Upgrade On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents unanimously approved the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library North and South Emergency Power Upgrade Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Student Activities Building Renovation On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Student Activities Building Renovation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized commissioning Gensler Architecture, Design & Planning Worldwide for its design. It was noted that approximately 30

Page  31 July Meeting, 2005 two-thirds of the project will be funded by the State of Michigan, from the Fiscal Year 2005 Supplementa Capital Outlay Request. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Canton Health Center Infusion Treatment and Computed Tomography (CT) Services Leasehold Improvements; University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers MHHC) Eye Center Expansion Project Executive Vice President Slottow noted that these projects are anintegral part of the Hospitals long-term ambulatory care strategic plan. Executive Vice President Kelch explained that both projects are part of a multiple-step project toexpand the Hospitals' outpatient facilities for ccercare and geriatric care. Regent Brandon moved approval of the UMHHC Canton Health Care Infusion Treatment and Computed Tomography Services Leasehold Improvements Project and the UMHHC Family Medicine Relocation to Domino's Farms Leasehold Improvements Project, as described in the Regents Communications. Regent Taylor seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Eye Center Expansion Project Executive Vice President Slottow noted that the Eye Center Expansion Project is included in the UMHHC master plan, and the project includes te Brhm Diabetes Research Center, funded by a gift from William and Deores Brehm. Executive Vice President Kelch introduced Mr. John Ballew newly appointed director of health system facilities planning. Mr. Ballew noted that the purpose of the project is to replace and expand the existing eye center in order to address increasing growthin clinical volume and research volume, to provide physical space to realizepart of the Br Center gift for diabetes Type I research, and to provide shellspacefor future research needs. He displayed a diagram of the site location within the Medical Center Master Plan and reviewed the vision for the Wall Street district. He also provided an image of the currenteye center facilities and explained the reasonng behind predictions for large increases in demand for these facilities. He then reviewed the vision for the Breh center ad described the basic conception for the project. He described short-term plans for accommodating the parking spaces that will be eliminated by the project, and said that long-term needs will be provided by implementation of the first phase of the Health System's parking strategy. It was noted that a significant portion of finding for the project is expected to be provided by philanthropy. Regent Taylor moved approval of the UMHHC Eye Center Expansion Project as described, and authorization for commissioning TSA of Massachusetts LLP for its design. Regent White seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes nine conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. On a motion by Regent Deitch, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the following nine items. 31

Page  32 July Meeting, 2005 Purchasing Contract with Wright Medical Technology The Regents approveda purchasing contract with Wright Medical Technology for hip and knee implant systes. Because Dr. J. David Blaha, stockholder in Write Medical Technology, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Wright Medical Technology. 2. The goods provided are knee and hip implant systems to be provided for the period from August 1, 2005, through July 31, 2008, at a total amount of $5,000,000. 3. The pecuniary interest arises fom the fact that Dr. J. David Blaha, a University of Michigan employee, is a stockholder in Wright Medical Technology. Purchasing Contract with Monoky & Associates The Regents approved a purchasing contract with Monoky & Associates for textbooks for the Ross School of Business's Executive Education Center. Because John F. Monoky, principal consultt of Monoky & Associates, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory irquiements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Ross School of Business's Executive Education Center and Monoky & Associates. 2. The products provided are textbooks to be purchased through December 2006 at a cost of $6,450. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that John F. Monoky, a University of Michigan employee, is principal consultant of Monoky & Associates. Purchasing Contract with Valley View Farm The Regents approved a purchasing contract with Valley View Farm for breeding and boarding sheep for use in medical research projects in the Department of Pediatric Endocrinology. Because Douglas Doop, sole owner of Valley View Farm, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michiga Conflict ofInterest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Department of Pediatric Endocrinology and Valley View Farm. 2. The service to be provided is boarding and breeding sheep for the purpose of medical research. The service will be provided from September 1, 2005, through August 31, 2008, at a cost of $70,000. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Douglas Doop, a University of Michigan employee, is the sole owner of Valley View Farm. License Agreement with Avidimer Therapeutics, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with Avidimer Therapeutics, Inc. for "Multi-functional Engineered Nano-devices" (UM File No. 2908); "Process for the Production of Highly Pure Dendrimers" (UM File No. 2914); "Targeted Delivery of Imaging Agents and/or Therapeutics to Prostate Cancer Cells" (UM File No. 3125). Because Dr. James Baker, Jr., has ownership interest in Avidimer Therapeutics and is 32

Page  33 July Meeting, 2005 also a University of Michigan eployee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue.The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1 The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Avidimer Therapeutics, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement include giving Avidimer an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Avidimer will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs, and the University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. James Baker, Jr., a University of Michigan employee, has ownership interest in Avidimer Therapeutics, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. License Agreement with Pipex, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with Pipex, Inc., for commercialization of the intellectual property "Copper lowering treatment of inflammatory and fibrotic diseases" (UM File No. 2169). Because Dr. George Brewer has ownership interest in Pipex, Inc., and is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreementfalls under thte e ofMichigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Pipex, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement include giving Pipex an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses, and Pipex will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrntees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. George Brewer, a University of Michigan employee, has ownership interest in Pipex, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Research Agreement with Cyclos Semiconductor, Inc. The Regents approved a research agreement with Cyclos Semiconductor, Inc., for a technology entitled "Charge Recovery Technology Evaluation." Because Dr. Marios C. Papaefthymiou, part owner of Cyclos Semiconductor, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls nder the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Cyclos Semiconductor, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement conform to University policy. A total contract of $94,502 is anticipated to cover the period of May 1, 2005, through July 31, 2007. The University's standard contract provisions will apply. Since research agreements are often amended, the subcontct includes provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope of the research. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the conflict of interest review committee will be done as appropriate. 33

Page  34 July Meeting, 2005 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Marios C. Papaefthymiou, a University of Michigan employee, is also part owner of Cyclos Semiconductor, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. License Agreement with POM Group, Inc. The Regents approved a license ageement with POM Group, Inc., for the technology entitled: "Method for Fabrication Overhang Structure by Deposition of Sacrificial Material to Form Cavity During Direct Metal Deposit (DMD)" (UM File No. 1721) and "Method of Tailoring Residual Stress and Hardness During Direct Metal Deposition" (UM File No. 1722). Because Dr. Jyotirmoy Mazumder, part owner of POM Group, Inc., is also a University of Michiganemployee, this ageement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and POM Group, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement include giving POM Group, Inc., an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. POM Group, Inc., will pay a license fee and reimburse patent costs. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Jyotirmoy Mazumder, a University of Michigan employee, is also part owner of POM Group, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Amendment to License Agreement with Discera, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with Discera, Inc., for the techology entitled: "Non-intrusively Supported Wine GlassDisk Resonator" (UM File No. 2439); "Extensional Wine Glass Resonator" (UM File No. 2571); and "Hollow Disk Micromechanical Resonator" (UM File No. 2729). Because Dr. Clark Nguyen, part owner of Discera, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreeent falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. Thepaties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Discera, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement include giving Discera, Inc., an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Discera, Inc., will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it interally. No use of University serices or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of wrrntees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Clark Nguyen, a University of Michigan employee, is also part owner of Discera, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Option Agreement with Vortex Hydro Energy LLC The Regents approved an option agreement with Vortex Hydro Energy LLC for the technology entitled "Converter of Current/Tide/Wave Energy" (UM File No. 2973). 34

Page  35 July Meeting, 2005 Because Dr. Michael Beritsas, part owner of Vortex Hydro Energy LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The paties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Vortex Hydro Energy LLC. 2. The terms of the agreement include giving Vortex Hydro LLC a one-year exclusive option to negotiate an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Vortex Hydro Energy LLC will reimburse patent costs during the term of the option agreement, and would pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs if the option is exercised and a license is executed. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the conflict of interest review committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from Dr. Michael Bemitsas' ownership interest in Vortex Hydro Energy LLC. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Henry Russel Lecturer for 2006 President Coleman informed the Regents that Huda Akil, Gardner C. Quarton Distinguished University Professor of Neuroscience in Psychiatry, hasbeenselected as the HenryRussel Lecturer for 2006. Henry Russel Awards for 2006 President Coleman informed the Regents that two faculty members had been selected to receive the Henry Russel Awards for 2006: Amy K. Porter, associate professor of flute, School of Music, and Dennis M. Sylvester, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science in the College of Engineering. Revision of SPG 201.65-1: Conflicts of Interest and Confficts of Com itment Provost Courant reported that a faculty and staff committee hadbeen charged with developing a new conflict of interest and conflict ofcommitment policy to replace the original SPG 201.65-1 that would be consistent with current norms for higher education. The resulting document has been issued as a revised Standard Practice Guide 201.65-1 (included as an attachment to the Regents Communication and available on the University of Michigan website). Companion procedures establish a process for developing, reviewing, approving, and monitoring implementation policies in the schools, colleges, and administrative units, and these implementation policies will be established d g the 2005-2006 academic year. Delores S. And William K. Brehm Center for Type I Diabetes Research and Analysis Executive Vice President Kelch commented on the generosity of Delores and William Brehm in providing funds for a center for diabetes research. Regent Newan said that she had recently met the Brehms and was impressed by their dedication to finding a cure for bot Type I and juvenile Diabetes. 35

Page  36 July Meeting, 2005 On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regent unanimously approved establishment of the Delores S. Ad William K. Brehm Center for Type I Diabetes Research and Analysis. Michigan Health Corporation Business Plan On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the Michigan Health Corporation FY2006 Annual Business Plan and Budget. Regents' Meeting Schedule for 2006 Vice President Churchill submitted a proposed schedule of Regents' Meeting for 2006, noting tat informal sessions would generally be held on Thursday afternoons and the formal sessions would be held Friday mornings, with Public Comments scheduled for 11:00 a.m. On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the following schedule of Regents' Meetings for 2006: Informal Session Formal Session January 19 January20 February 16 February 17 March 16 March 17 April 20 April 21 May 18 May 19 (Dearborn Campus) June 15 June 16 July 20 July 21 September 21 September 22 October 19 October 20 (Flint Capus) November 16 November 17 December 14 December 15 New Degree Program for University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters ("Bachelor of Arts degree in Women's and Gender Studies") On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents unanimously approved a new degree program to be offered by the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters at the University of Michigan-Flint: "Bachelor of Arts degree in Women's and Gender Studies." University ofMichigan-Dearborn Bylaws On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Richner, the Regents unanimously approved revised University of Michigan-Dearborn Bylaws. The revised bylaws are included as an attachment to the Regents Communication. A ten-minute break followed. 36

Page  37 July Meeting, 2005 Public Comments The Regents heard comments from the following people on the topic of amending the Regents Bylaws to include a nondiscrimination statement regarding gender identity and expression: Jeffrey Montgomery, citizen and executive director of the Triangle Foundation; Sandra Samons, alumna; Brent Bilodeau, citizen and director of the Michigan State University Office of LBGT Concerns; Amanda Simpson, citizen; Amy Hammock, student; and Kate Runyon, citizen and associate of the American Friends Service Committee Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues Program. The following individuals also commented on the topics indicated: Jim Mogensen, citizen, on the town-gown relationship; Alice Ralph, alumna and commissioner of the Washtenaw County Historic District Commission, on the Gordon Hall Historic District; and Carmel Salhi, alumnus and member of Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, on a committee to investigate investments in military companies in Israel. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:45 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled forSeptember 15, 2005. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretay of the University 37

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Page  39 SEPTEMBER MEETING, 2005 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor September 15, 2005 The Regents convened at 2:35 p.m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, McGowan, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President Churchill, Interim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, Vice President Ulaby, and Vice President Wilbanks. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order and welcomed Coach Carol Hutchins and the national champion Michigan softball team to the meeting. She noted that everyone had been captivated by the team's success and teamwork, and said that numerous people have told her how much they enjoyed watching the championship series on television. She called on Regent Newman. Regents' Resolution in Honor of Softball Team Regent Newman called Coach Hutchins and the softball team to the podium and read the following resolution: Regents' Resolution The Regents of the University of Michigan applaud the Michigan Wolverines softball team for winning Michigan's first-ever national softball championship on June 8, 2005, at the Women's College World Series. The Wolverines are indeed champions of the west - and east, north and south. In a thrilling, 10-inning victory against two-time defending champions UCLA, the Wolverines, who had earned the team's first-ever number one national ranking, became the first team east of the Mississippi to claim the national softball championship and only the second Michigan women's team to win a national crown. The Wolverines also are the first Big Ten team to win a national title in softball or baseball since 1966. Much credit goes to Coach Carol Hutchins, who is beginning her 22nd season as head softball coach and is the most victorious coach in Michigan history, with 940 victories to her credit. As one of the top ten NCAA Division I active coaches in career wins and winning percentage, "Hutch" has built the Michigan team into one of the elite programs in the nation. Under her guidance, the Wolverines have claimed 10 of the last 14 Big Ten championships and have advanced to the NCAA Women's College World Series eight times. Hutchins' players have won numerous all-conference, all-America and individual collegiate athlete awards, along with 72 Academic All-Big Ten awards, including six from this year's championship team. 39

Page  40 September Meeting, 2005 With great pride, the Regents salute Michigan's national championship women's softball team, along with Coach Carol Hutchins and staff Bonnie Tholl, Jennifer Brundage, and Jennifer Teague, for their history-making championship season. They are conquering heroes and valiant victors all. A round of applause followed, and a team member presented President Coleman with a personalized softball jersey. Coach Hutchins responded that it was an honor for the team to be here, and said, "We felt it only fitting that the president of the United States and the president of the University of Michigan should get a jersey from the national champions." She said the team has made everyone proud, and though they've been successful on the field, "They are most successful every day that they walk on this campus." President's Opening Remarks President Coleman welcomed Interim Provost Edward Gramlich to the Regents' Meeting. She also commended the University community for its outpouring of support following Hurricane Katrina. She noted that 50 undergraduate students and about 12 graduate students from the affected areas had been admitted as non-degree students for the fall term. President Coleman reported that an agreement had been reached in the state legislature on the FY2005-06 budget. The base appropriation for the Ann Arbor campus will be $4.3 million less than that enacted in the previous fiscal year. She expressed the hope that in the coming year there will be progress toward the goal of achieving a more predictable, robust level of support in future years. President Coleman also called attention to three projects that the Regents will be acting on at this meeting: renovations to Mosher-Jordan Hall, the Hill Dining Center, and renovations to Bursley Hall, all of which are part of the Residential Life Initiative (RLI). Each project helps achieve the goal of providing student residential space that connects more seamlessly with students' learning environment and enhances the overall quality of student life. South Campus Master Plan Update Executive Vice President Slottow commented that an update would be presented of a plan that was last reviewed by the Board in June 2003. He pointed out that master plans need to be updated periodically to be certain they are aligned with changes in priorities and plans for major buildings. Two projects that had been outlined at the time of the last update -- softball and baseball field renovations -- have changed significantly from their original conception. Athletic Director Bill Martin noted that the original objective had been to move the baseball and softball fields to a different location, but it was determined that not only was the cost of totally relocating those facilities prohibitive, but coaches, players, and donors preferred the current location. He said there is a flood plain issue in the current location that needs to be considered. The updated plan, therefore, calls for the softball and baseball programs to remain in their current locations with appropriate renovations to the stadiums. The plan also provides for construction of a multi-purpose field house along State Street, south of Schembechler Hall. 40

Page  41 September Meeting, 2005 Mr. Martin commented that the renovations will be funded by philanthropy, noting that most of the necessary funds for the baseball renovation have been raised, but that more support is needed for the softball project. Regent McGowan commented that it appeared that the Fisher Stadium (baseball) renovation was to be far more extensive than the Alumni Field (softball) renovation. Mr. Martin responded that the softball practice and locker room facilities were relatively new, having been built in 1998 with a gift from Donald R. Sheperd. The major needs for the softball program are larger grandstands and a press box. Fisher Stadium was originally built in the 1940s and has never been renovated. He also noted that some of the facilities, such as batting cages, are used by both teams. Sue Gott, University planner, gave a presentation on the updated South Campus Master Plan. She reviewed the plan presented in 2003, and noted two of the priorities listed at that time, the Junge Family Champions Center and the Academic Center, are now under construction and nearing completion. Ms. Gott said that a storm water management analysis of the south campus led to certain design features being incorporated into the Academic Center. Some of the storm water management regional planning approaches on North Campus and Central Campus might also be incorporated into the future plans for South Campus as well. Ms. Gott confirmed Mr. Martin's comment that due to prohibitive costs associated with the original 2003 plan of relocating the baseball and softball facilities, the 2005 update calls for the programs to remain in their current locations. She pointed out that these are very appropriate land uses within the flood zone area, and noted there is no evidence of a game ever having been canceled due to flooding. The only challenge would be accommodating the loss of approximately 30 parking spaces as a result of the baseball project. She indicated the location where the new multipurpose field house will be sited under the updated master plan, and noted that the proposed location for a new basketball and wrestling practice facility remains adjacent to Crisler Arena, as originally envisioned in the 2003 master plan. Ms. Gott indicated that several additional Athletic Department fundraising priorities have come forward since 2003, including improvements associated with the football stadium; construction of a new artificial turf practice field which would be required by the proposed location of the new multi-purpose field house at the site of the current practice field; and renovation of the historic Marie Hartwig Building. She displayed the University Planner's Office framework plan for incorporating flexibility for potential future parking decks, pedestrian linkages and pathways, and regional utility planning into all of the projects. Ms. Gott noted that there are several development zones in the South State Street area that remain available for potential future development. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reported that the committee, consisting of him and Regents White and McGowan, had met that morning. The main topic was a review of the Fiscal Year 2005 external audit results, including a general overview of the University's financial performance. Also in attendance at the 41

Page  42 September Meeting, 2005 meeting were Executive Vice President Slottow, Associate Vice President Peggy Norgren, University Controller Cheryl Soper, Executive Director of University Audits Cheryl Soper, and three representatives from the University's external audit firm of Price WaterhouseCoopers (PWC). The external auditors presented a clean, unqualified report of the University's financial condition. During a private session between the PWC representatives and the committee, the committee received extremely positive feedback with respect to the competence, excellence, and professionalism of University staff. He noted that despite the fiscal challenges the University faces, the committee was pleased at the highly successful results of the University's fundraising efforts to date. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that the committee, which includes himself and Regents Deitch and Richner, had met with President Coleman regarding the evaluation procedures she uses for the executive officers. The committee had also received a status report from the Provost Search Committee, and reports about the progress being made by the several dean search committees. All are on track for meeting their deadlines. He noted that the majority of the committee's time was spent reviewing and confirming the 2005-06 committee calendar. Although the calendar is always subject to change, a yearly schedule of topics has been established. President's Salary. Regent Taylor also announced that the committee had been leading the Board's annual evaluation of the performance of the president. He noted that President Coleman is beginning the fourth year of a five-year contract. At her request, she had received no salary increase at the end of her first year, and in year two she had received a 2% increase. For year three, based on an analysis of the evaluations of individual board members, the committee is recommending an increase in compensation of 3.5%. Regent Taylor stated that the recommendation is based on the Board's recognition of President Coleman's many strengths and accomplishments during the past year. Among these are her remarkable leadership in the Michigan Difference campaign and her equally remarkable and generous personal gift of $500,000 to that campaign; the healthy financial condition of the University of Michigan Health System in contrast to that of most other academic medical centers; the establishment of the M-PACT financial aid program; progress toward her four Presidential Initiatives; her successful efforts in retaining key faculty; and her leadership in steering the University through very challenging budget cycles. He also noted that the Regents have been highly appreciative of President Coleman's passionate advocacy for maintaining the academic excellence of the University. Regent Taylor commented that the Regents acknowledge the University's fiscal situation believe the increase is both prudent and fair. "This compensation figure reflects our collective confidence in the direction and health of the University and President Coleman's strong leadership," he said, "while at the same time being cognizant of the very real fiscal constraints across the campus." Accordingly, Regent Taylor moved that the president's salary be increased by 3.5%, effective with the academic year which commenced on September 1, 2005, and 42

Page  43 September Meeting, 2005 concludes on August 31, 2006. Regent Brandon seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. President Coleman commented, "I'd like to make the point that nobody accomplishes all this without this team of people sitting around the table. And I absolutely believe I'm the most fortunate university president in the United States to have the colleagues that I have and to have the people on the Board who care so passionately about the University. So I thank you very, very much and look forward to an exciting, fabulous year coming up." The Regents then turned to the remainder of the consent agenda. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of July 21, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, and the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report. With respect to the Plant Extension Report, he noted that the University continues to make regular infrastructure improvements on existing buildings in addition to constructing new buildings. He also described the "Voices of the Staff' program established by President Coleman and administered by Associate Vice President Laurita Thomas. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. The Regents received the report of projects established, July 1 - August 31, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. Executive Vice President Kelch had no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. Vice President Harper announced that the new school year was off to a successful start. She also commented about the three projects being brought forward today that are part of the Residential Life Initiative (RLI), noting that the quality of the residential experience makes a significant contribution towards students' academic success. She pointed out that more than $25 million has been spent since 2001 on life safety projects, and two additional projects are on today's agenda for Oxford and Bursley residence halls. Additional projects are being brought forward for the upgrading of the dining facilities and additional programming and social space within Bursley Hall, and for a major project providing for the renovation of MosherJordan Hall and construction of an adjacent Hill Dining Center. She pointed out that the Mosher-Jordan renovation project will be the first major residence hall renovation in the University's history and is important to preserve and enhance this historic structure. Vice President Harper commented that the Hill Dining Center will be the first of its type on campus and enables the University to address more comprehensively the dining experience and its contribution to community-building efforts and to increasing the University's ability to support healthy lifestyles. Consolidating the dining operations will provide operational efficiencies that contribute to the unit's long-term 43

Page  44 September Meeting, 2005 financial health. The cost of all three projects is included within the original RLI budget estimates provided to the Board. University of Michigan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas introduced the three individuals being recommended for appointment as vice chancellors on the Flint campus: Jack Kay, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs and professor of communication, with tenure; Mary Jo Sekelsky, vice chancellor for student services and enrollment management; and Kristen Dahlen Skivington, vice chancellor for institutional advancement. Chancellor Mestas reported that overall enrollment on the Flint Campus has increased by 4%, with graduate enrollment having increased by 32% during the past year. New freshman enrollment has increased by 5%. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little noted that enrollment growth is the number one priority on the Dearborn campus, and that enrollment for the freshman class is up by about 20%. Chancellor Little also reported on progress that has been made on the Greenways Trail along the Rouge River watershed, a portion of which has been laid on the Dearborn Campus. Michigan Student Assembly Report. Jesse Levine, president of MSA, reported on activities of MSA during the start of the school year. He also noted that MSA has initiated a fundraising campaign for the MSA organization. On behalf of the Residence Hall Association, he expressed support for the proposed Hill Dining Center and Mosher-Jordan renovations. Voluntary Support. Vice President May submitted Reports of Voluntary Support for June, July, and August, 2005. Michigan Difference Campaign Update. Vice President May gave an update on the Michigan Difference Campaign as of June 30, 2005. He noted that as of that date, more than $1.83 billion had been raised toward the $2.5 billion goal, which is 73%. He reported that cash receipts had increased by 21% over the previous year's total, and were the highest ever at the University. Campaign production for FY 2005 added more than $492 million to the campaign total, which is also a record. He noted that of the more than 264,000 gifts to the Michigan Difference campaign, 262,000 have been under $100,000, and the majority of those have been under $5,000. Vice President May reported that of the $1.5 billion that has been committed toward the cash goal of $2.1 billion, 75% of these funds are from individuals. This means that the University of Michigan is one of the leading universities in the country in the percent of giving from individuals. He also pointed out, however, that many campaign goals have not yet been met, including $180 million for buildings, $240 million for faculty support, and $120 million for student aid. About $280 million is still needed to reach the goal for endowment. President Coleman thanked Vice President May and his team for all of their efforts that have helped the campaign to reach its current level of success. She also thanked the donors, noting that given the long-term trends in state support, philanthropy is more important now than it has been in the past, and it crucial to helping the University maintain its competitive edge. 44

Page  45 September Meeting, 2005 June 2005 Keith E. Alessi, Lexington, Virginia for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... $25,000 Altarum Institute, Ann Arbor for the Altarum/ERIM Russell D. O'Neal Professorship in the College of Engineering............ 150,000 American Axle & Manufacturing, Detroit for research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................................... 70,000 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts................................................................ 65,174 American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C. for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 35,000 American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia for research and other support in the Division of Kinesiology and the Medical School............. 342,779 American Israel Education Fund Frankel Associates, Troy for the MBS Israel Project Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................... 287,030 Amgen, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California for support in the University Hospitals.................................................. 36,500 Emil M. Anderson, Dearborn for the Class of 1931 Engineers' Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering................ 260,871 Ann Arbor Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the Schools of Medicine and Social Work.................................... 24,000 Ann Arbor Track Club, Ann Arbor for the "Save a Heart" Fund and WUOM.......................................... 13,270 Anonymous Donor 696 shares of Cemex SA de CV common stock for research in the Medical School and for the Director's Strategic Opportunities Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 29,942 Anonymous Donor for support in the Department of Athletics............................................... 16,600 Mary Jane Archer, Dearborn for research in the Medical School..................................................... 10,000 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School..................................................... 54,167 Arthritis Foundation, Michigan Chapter, Southfield for research in the Medical School.................................................. 22,083 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................28,000 Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Foundation, Fribourg, Switzerland for the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Fellowship in the College of Engineering...................... 51,171 Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor, Canada for the Morris D. Baker Endowed Scholarship Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, for the Beverly Franzblau Baker Scholarship in the School of Music, and for support in the University Library, and for the Mardigian Library at the University of Michigan-Dearborn................................. 18,000 Genevieve A. Berhalter Estate for the Robert and Genevieve Berhalter Children's Research Fund in the Medical School.......... 55,738 Alfred Berkowitz Foundation, Farmington Hills for the Alfred Berkowitz Endowed Children's Cancer Fund in the Medical School............... 100,000 Claire Bernstein Trust for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, for the Isadore Bernstein Fund in the School of Public Health, and for the Cardiovascular Center Building Fund..................... 15,175 Pierre E. Berry, Baltimore, Maryland for the Pierre E. Berry Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Clements Library and the Museum of Anthropology, in memory of Margaret Guta................ 30,000 James L. Betchek, Niles for the James L. Betchek Endowed Football Scholarship and other support in the Department of Athletics................................................... 20,501 Alan R. Blackburn Trust for the Jeanette and Alan Blackburn Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................. 17,039 Janette E. Blackburn Trust for the Jeanette and Alan Blackburn Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................................... 26,680 Blau-Novick Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Israeli Fellowship in Radiation Oncology in the Medical School......................... 25,000 Robert M. Bohlen, Brighton for special exhibitions support in the Museum of Art..................................... 75,000 45

Page  46 September Meeting, 2005 Borders, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the Museum of Art................................................... 15,000 William K. Brehm, McLean, Virginia for the William K. Brehm Undergraduate Scholarship Fund.................................. 575,000 Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Princeton, New Jersey for the Freedom to Discover Award Fund in the Medical School............................ 100,000 Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for employee matching gifts............................................................ 25,365 Eli and Edythe L. Broad Foundation, Los Angeles, California for research in the Medical School..................................................... 66,034 Michael N. Bucci, Greer, South Carolina for the Julian T. Hoff, M.D. Professorship in Neurosurgery in the Medical School................ 10,000 Cairn Foundation, Ann Arbor for scholarships in the School of Music............................................... 30,000 Clare B. Callahan, Winnetka, Illinois 684 shares of Brunswick Corporation common stock for the Clare and Michael Callahan Dean's Discretionary Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business........... 30,161 Jerry Capizzi, Chicago, Illinois for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 12,500 Vivian L. Carpenter, Detroit for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 25,000 Caterpillar Foundation, Peoria, Illinois for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.............................................................. 104,000 Chamber Music America, New York, New York for the University Musical Society..................................................... 10,000 ChevronTexaco, Princeton, New Jersey for employee matching gifts............................................................. 10,849 Cohn Family Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation Philanthropic Fund, Bloomfield Hills for the Preventive Cardiology Research Fund in the Medical School and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn................................................. 11,000 Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint for the Minority Student Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint................... 22,064 Phelps M. Connell, Ann Arbor 2,650 shares of various corporate common stock for the Phelps M. and Jean D. Connell Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, the Schools of Music and Natural Resources and Environment, and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................. 105,916 Convergys Corporation, Norwood, Ohio for scholarships in the College of Engineering............................................ 10,000 Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing for WFUM.................................................................75,000 Howard J. Cooper Fund of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art...................................... 10,000 Eugene Cordes, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania for support in the College of Pharmacy............................................... 15,000 Trudy Harrison Crandall, Ann Arbor for the Executive Director's Innovation Fund in the Medical School............................ 10,000 Timothy M. Cunniff, Chicago, Illinois for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 15,550 DCES Educational Services, Canton for the MEPO Director's Discretionary Fund in the College of Engineering...................... 20,000 Deafness Research Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 20,000 Richard H. Deerhake, Findlay, Ohio for the Dr. Jacob P. Deerhake Endowment Fund in the Medical School, in memory of Dr. Jacob P. Deerhake.......................................................... 76,000 Delta Dental Fund, Lansing for research and other support in the School of Dentistry........................... 45,170 Doshay Family Trust for the Baseball Stadium Building Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 100,000 Epker-Percival Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the MBA Domestic Corps Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................. 25,000 Frederick A. Erb, Birmingham 47,563 shares various corporate common stock for the Frederick A. and Barbara M. Erb Endowment Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources and Environment....................................................... 1,264,651 46

Page  47 September Meeting, 2005 Ernst & Young Foundation, New York, New York for employee matchinggifts........................................................... 71,396 Elizabeth C. Erwin, Bloomfield Hills for support inthe Clements Library.................................................... 10,000 ExxonMobil Foundation, Irving, Texas for employee matching gifts.......................................................... 107,905 Ferrante Charitable Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Domenic and Molly Ferrante Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................................. 5000 E. Malcolm Field, Saginaw for the E. Malcolm Field Research Fellowship in the Medical School......................... 50,000 Ford Motor Company, Dearborn for research and other support in the College of Engineering, the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn.......... 138,190 Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering, the Museum of Art, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, the School of Natural Resources and Environment, for the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and for employee matching gifts......................................................... 1,099,874 Foundation Fighting Blindness, Owings Mills, Maryland forresearch intheMedical School...................................................... 62,087 Samuel and Jean Frankel Jewish Heritage Foundation, Troy for the Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies Fund and the Professorship in Contemporary Jewry in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................ 850,000 Fraternal Order of Eagles Michigan, Lake forthe Child andFamily Life Fund............................................... 15,362 Furth Family Foundation, Healdsburg, California for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 19,800 Glaucoma Research Foundation, San Francisco, California for research in the Medical School...................................................... 16,000 Joseph M. Geisinger Trust for the Joseph M. Geisinger Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering.................. 6,000,000 General Motors Foundation, Detroit for employee matchinggifts......................................................... 24,524 Gary D. Giller, Columbus, Ohio for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....................................... 10,000 GlaxoSmithKline, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for support intheMedical School...................................................... 11,250 Googasian Family Foundation, Oakland for support in the School of Music and for the President's Fund.............................. 20,500 Michael D. Gorge, Franklin for the Ben and Evelyn Gorge Endowment Fund in the Medical School.......................... 19,000 Graham Foundation, York, Pennsylvania for the Class of 1955 Emeritus Landscaping Fund in the College of Engineering................... 35,000 Robert A. Green, Ann Arbor for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and for the Lila Green Costume Fundinthe School ofMusic..................................................... 10,250 Martha L. Hammel, Auburn Hills for the Martha and Ernest Hammel Graduate Student Research Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies............................................ 10,00 Robert B. Harris Trust 1,257 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the C. E. Bottum and R. Harris Fund in the College of Engineering.......................... 33,289 John J. Hart Estate for the John J. Hart Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering.......................... 417,008 William K. Hawes, Jr., Houston, Texas for the William K. Hawes Family Scholarship Fund in the School of Music...................... 20,000 James C. Hayes, Roswell, Georgia for the Class of 1977 Scholarship Fund in the Medical School............................... 20,000 Hella KG, Hueck & Company, Lippstadt, Germany for support in the Transportation Research Institute....................................... 15,000 Gary R. Hibler Living Trust 360 shares of United Parcel Services, Inc., common stock for the Women's Gymnastics Fund in the Department of Athletics............................ 24,743 William B. Holmes Revocable Living Trust for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................... 20,000 Honda R & D Company, Ltd., Saitama, Japan for support in the Transportation Research Institute....................................... 14,995 47

Page  48 September Meeting, 2005 William F. Hosford, Jr., Ann Arbor for the William F. Hosford Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering...................... 21,578 Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland for support in the M edical School........................................................ 39,000 Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California for research in the College of Engineering................................................. 80,000 Intel Foundation, Hillsboro, Oregon for research and other support in the College of Engineering and the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts..................................................................60,0 00 J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation, New York, New York for the JP Morgan Chase Fellowship Program Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...... 50,000 Michael J. Jandernoa, Grand Rapids 9,160 shares of Perrigo Company common stock for the Michael and Susan Jandernoa Life Sciences Initiative Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................................. 150,000 Phil F. Jenkins, Ann Arbor an outside managed irrevocable trust for the ultimate benefit of the Medical School............... 880,000 Roger C. Johnson, Washington, D. C. 2,000 shares of AmeriCredit Corporation common stock and a cash gift for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, and the School of Education, and for the Michigan in Washington Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 46,525 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research in the Schools of Medicine and Public Health..................................1,757,408 Sue Junge, Dexter for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund............................... 10,000 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the M edical School....................................................... 82,101 D. Dan and Betty Kahn Family Foundation, Warren for the D. Dan and Betty Kahn Cardiovascular Building Fund in the University Hospitals...........250,000 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for research in the Institute for Social Research............................................ 717,378 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for support in the Institute for Social Research, the Schools of Information and Public Health and for the Case About Diversity Traveling Exhibition Fund..................................... 3,734,670 John C. Kennedy, Kentwood for support in the Department of Athletics................................................. 25,800 Shake Ketefian Revocable Living Trust for the Shake Ketefian Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Nursing...................... 25,000 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund...................................................... 14,852 Knight Foundation, Miami, Florida for em ployee m atching gifts............................................................ 10,000 Koito Manufacturing Company, Shimizu-Shi, Japan for support in the Transportation Research Institute.......................................... 15,000 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Dallas, Texas for research and other support in the Medical School........................................ 372,198 Kramercorp, Detroit for support in the M edical School........................................................ 62,500 Andrew J. Krapohl, Lincoln for the Krapohl Resident Research Education Fund and the George W. Morley Memorial Fund in the Medical School and for the Patricia Averill Krapohl Dean's Discretionary Fund in the School of Nursing................14,500 Krips Family Foundation, Houston, Texas 500 shares of various corporate common stock for the Krips Endowment Fund in the School of Education.................................... 21,269 John E. Kuieck Trust for support in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning................141,573 John E. Leggat Estate for support in the Law School........................................................ 25,000 Lockheed Martin, Lakeland, Florida for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Lumina Foundation for Education, Indianapolis, Indiana for research in the School of Education................................................ 85,795 A. H. Magnus, Jr., Bloomfield Hills for the Magnus Family Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.............. 12,500 Marion Manogg Trust for support at the University of Michigan............................................... 57,876 Manzella Investment Company, Dexter for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and for WUOM................... 15,440 48

Page  49 September Meeting, 2005 March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, Southfield for research in the Medical School.................................................... 35,651 Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for employee matching gifts......................................................... 15,000 Thomas B. McMullen, Ann Arbor for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for WUOM............................... 10,050 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 11,800 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project.............................................. 500,194 Carole N. Metzger, Chevy Chase, Maryland 550 shares of JP Morgan Chase and Company common stock for the Carole and David Metzger Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................... 19,643 Edward A. Michael, Vero Beach, Florida for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Michael Flora & Associates, Inc., Troy for WUOM................................................................... 10,000 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund............................ 25,000 Michigan Women's Athletic Association, Ann Arbor for the Women's Basketball Gift Fund in the Department of Athletics.......................... 10,000 Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington for research and other support in the College of Engineering and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn.............................................................. 95,000 Virginia M. Moshier Estate for support in the School of Nursing.................................................... 48,355 Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg, Illinois for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 35,000 Richard Mukensturm, Adrian for research in the Medical School, in memory of Beverly K. Mukenstrum...................... 10,000 Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc., Tucson, Arizona for research in the Medical School....................................................... 86,653 National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Great Neck, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 25,000 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 46,611 Marvin Novick, Oak Park for the Israeli Fellowship in Radiation Oncology in the Medical School........................ 20,000 Richard Oppenheim, Woodland Hills, California for the Richard Oppenheim Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Engineering............................................................. 100,000 David and Lucille Packard Foundation, Los Altos, California for the David and Lucille Packard Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................................. 125,000 Gerald W. Padwe, McLean, Virginia 5,900 shares of various corporate common stock for the Gerald W. Padwe Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................. 245,775 Gardner I. Parsons Revocable Trust 235 shares of Wyeth common stock for the Papyrology Challenge in the University Library......... 10,201 William R. Patterson, Grand Junction, Colorado 6 shares of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., common stock for the William S. Smith Professorship in Orthopedic Surgery in the Medical School.............. 99,005 Francis W. Peters, Jr. Estate for support in the School of Information................................................. 26,400 Donald E. Petersen, Birmingham 1,050 shares of Citigroup, Inc., common stock for the Donald and Jo Anne Petersen Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center................. 50,258 Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for employee matching gifts.................................................... 16,246 Paula H. Powers, San Francisco, California for support in the Law School........................................................ 25,000 Doris G. Quinn Foundation, Bedford, New York for the Doris G. Quinn Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......... 18,000 Anthony F. Randazzo, Grosse Pointe for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................... 50,000 Ravitz Foundation, Southfield for support in the Medical School................................................. 150,000 49

Page  50 September Meeting, 2005 Florence M. Rennie Scholarship Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Florence M. Rennie Scholarship Foundation Award Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 15,628 Willogene G. Rice Estate for the Richard Irwin and Willogene Guyer Rice Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering....88,314 Roland J. Rinke, Grosse Pointe Farms for the Cardiovascular Center Building Development Fund.................................. 25,000 Riversville Foundation, Signal Mountain, Tennessee for the Riversville Foundation Scholarship Fund.......................................... 65,500 Jane E. Rollman Estate for the Mary Rollman Scholarship Fund in the School of Information.......................... 10,000 Amnon Rosenthal, Ann Arbor 988 shares of various corporate common stock for the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund.................................................................41,027 Eben L. Rosenthal, Birmingham, Alabama for the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund.................................. 10000 Coleman J. Ross Trust for the Coleman J. and Lois R. Ross Scholarship Funds in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health, and at the University of Michigan-Flint........................... 77,850 Louis R. Ross Trust for the Coleman J. and Lois R. Ross Scholarship Funds in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health, and at the University of Michigan-Flint.......................... 668,606 Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint for support in the School of Public Health...............................................90,520 Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 30,501 SBC, Saint Louis, Missouri for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Golf Classic Benefit Fund.............................. 10,800 SBC Foundation, San Antonio, Texas for employee matching gifts......................................................... 11,482 Edward R. Schulak, Birmingham for the Schulak Family Emerging Science Fund and other support in the Medical School............ 10,000 Shane Family Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, Los Angeles, California for the Gregory Shane Fibromyalgia Fund in the Medical School............................. 10,000 Donald R. Shepherd Trust for the Women's Gymnastics Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics................. 125,000 Sinai Medical Staff Foundation, Southfield for the Sinai Medical Staff Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Medical School........... 27,500 Skillman Foundation, Detroit for research in the School of Social Work.............................................. 100000 Herbert E. Sloan, Ann Arbor for the Herbert E. Sloan Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Nichols Arboretum........................................... 25,000 Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Speckhard-Knight Fund for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in the Medical School................ 30,000 Spinal Cord Research Foundation, Washington, D. C. for support in the Medical School..................................................... 22,500 Sprint Foundation, Overland Park, Kansas for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 10,000 James C. Stanley, Ann Arbor for the James and Nancy Stanley Endowment Fund and for research in the Medical School.......... 10,250 Stanley Electric Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan for support in the Transportation Research Institute........................................ 15,000 Mary V. Stevenson Estate for the University of Michigan Hospitals Motor Meals Ann Arbor Fund........................ 15,000 Edna Bailey Sussman Fund, New York, New York for the Edna Bailey- Sussman Fund Environmental Internship in the School of Natural 50

Page  51 September Meeting, 2005 Toyota Central R & D Laboratories, Inc., Nagakute, Japan for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 50,000 Toyota Tech Center, Torrance, California for support in the Transportation Research Institute................................ 15,000 Universal Credit Services, Inc., Hartland for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Golf Classic Benefit Fund............................. 10,800 Thomas G. Varbedian, Bloomfield Hills 604 units of various mutual funds for the Thomas and Marilynn Varbedian Scholarship in the Medical School............................................................. 16,977 William E. Watch, Troy for the Real Estate Initiative Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning........................................................ 15,000 Wayne and Joan Webber Foundation, Clinton Township for support in the Medical School, in memory of Albert Kabak............................... 64,000 Wege Foundation, Grand Rapids for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and for the Wege Foundation Environmental Policy Gift Fund in the School of Public Policy..................... 29,500 Barry A. Weisfeld, Scarsdale, New York for the New York Family Scholarship and for the Weisfeld Family Endowed Fund................ 25,000 Whitaker Foundation, Rosslyn, Virginia for biomedical engineering research in the College of Engineering.............................. 70,158 Clayton E. Wilhite, Ann Arbor for the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund and other support for the University Musical Society.......................................................... 40,500 Judy and Fred Wilpon Family Foundation, Inc., Great Neck, New York for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics..................... 312,500 S. K. Yee Foundation, New York, New York for the S. K. Yee Law Scholarship Fund in the Law School................................... 50,000 Zell Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Zell-Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business......................................................... 1,000,000 Bruce Zenkel, White Plains, New York for the Zenkel Presidential Endowed Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................................. 10,000 Jon and Kathy Zeschin Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 10,000 51

Page  52 September Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 to $9,999 in value were received from the following donors: ABN AMRO Services Company, Chicago, Illinois Richard J. Allen, Ann Arbor Charles J. Aschauer, Jr., Wilmette, Illinois Jack L. Berman, Los Angeles, California Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Barbara E. Bryant Revocable Living Trust Burr Family Charitable Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment, Southeastern, Pennsylvania Cancer Research Institute, Inc., New York, New York Kyle A. Carr, Suttons Bay Clark Hill PLC, Detroit Colina Foundation, Southgate Dearborn Alumni Society University of Michigan, Dearborn Dow Corning Corporation, Midland Kay Drey, Saint Louis, Missouri Dunning Toyota, Ann Arbor Eastman Chemical Company, Kingsport, Tennessee Elli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana James D. Emerson, Fresno, California Irene M. Esteves, Boston, Massachusetts Fidelity Corporate Services, Boston, Massachusetts Ilene H. Forsyth, Ann Arbor Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation, Bloomfield Hills Stanley and Judith Frankel Family Foundation, Troy Bert A. Getz, Jr., Deerfield, Illinois James T. Glerum, Jr., Kenilworth, Illinois Thomas Gottlieb and Carol Kirsh Family Fund of the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund, Boston, Massachusetts El Carol V. Greenwood Estate Harris Family Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation Philanthropic Fund, Bloomfield Hills Helen M. Harrison Foundation, Chicago, Illinois Hebert, Eller & Chandler PLLC, Bingham Farms Richard M. Helzberg, San Rafael, California Daniel K. Hussey, Spring Lake Robert A. Hutchens, Mount Kisco, New York Ichikoh Industries, Ltd., Isehara City, Japan George A. Isaac, III, and Shari H. Isaac Family Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation, Inc., Toledo, Ohio JFK Investment Company, LLC, Bloomfield Hills Grace Kachaturoff, West Bloomfield Timothy J. Keilty, Cedar Emery I. Klein, Farmington Hills Robert A. Kotick, Santa Monica, California Ronald D. LaBeau, Monroe Susan Lane, Shelby Township Levitz Family Charitable Trust of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Lifecell, Branchburg, New Jersey Richard Lineback, Bowling Green, Ohio Curtis L. Mack, Atlanta, Georgia James W. Mackenzie, Princeton, New Jersey Macomber Family Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Mary Madden, Ann Arbor Marathon Ashland Petroleum, LLC, Findlay, Ohio Marathon Oil Company Foundation, Findlay, Ohio Lionel S. Margolick, Farmington Hills Mark Becker, Chelsea David M. Markowitz, New York, New York Kirsten P. McLean, Belmont, California W. James McNerney, Jr., Family Foundation of the Ayco Charitable Foundation, Clifton Park, New York Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation, Scottsdale, Arizona Ralph J. Merwin Estate Midland Center for the Arts, Midland Beth A. Miller, Saline Richard W. Morrison, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Janet S. Mueller, Saint Peter, Minnesota National Heritage Academies, Grand Rapids National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Bridgewater, New Jersey Daniel G. Nicoli, Ann Arbor Northrop Grumman Foundation, Los Angeles, California Joseph J. Norton, Brighton William P. O'Neill, Washington, D. C. Parravano Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program, Southeastern, Pennsylvania James G. Phillipp, Pasadena, California Jennifer R. Poteat, Ann Arbor PSI, Fremont, Ohio Benjamin M. Quigg, Jr., Jenkintown, Pennsylvania Frank G. Reeder, Wilmette, Illinois Dorothy Reinhard Revocable Trust Andy Reynolds, Berkley Frank H. Roberts Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Joe F. Rosenberger, Kalamazoo Michael Santicchia, Dearborn Elizabeth M. Schmidt, Grosse Pointe Shores Mark Steven Seigle, Elgin, Illinois Seigle Family Foundation, Elgin, Illinois Smith Group Company, Detroit Sunrise Advertising, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio Target Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota TDS Metrocom, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, New York, New York Robert P. Thome, Chevy Chase, Maryland Stephen G. Tomlinson, Rowayton, Connecticut Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett, LLP, Grand Rapids Sandy Ting-Shung Vong, Ann Arbor Thomas W. Wakefield, Ann Arbor Geraldine Walk, Pinckney World Heritage Foundation, Trenton Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Richard S. Yeung, Belvedere Tiburon, California 52

Page  53 September Meeting, 2005 The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: EDS, Plano, Texas 30 Compaq M700 laptop computers for the College of Engineering Full Spectrum Solutions, Jackson lighting products for task lighting for the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon 12 PowerEdge 4600 servers and 24 3.0 MHz Xeon computers - rack mountable for the College of Engineering United Solar Ovonic, LLC, Auburn Hills one DAS web cam standard data acquisition system and one wireless modem for the School of Natural Resources and Environment Mary E. Verhoeven, Akron, Ohio a large collection of books, manuscripts, maps, and other printed materials spanning from the 17th through the 19th century for the Clements Library July 2005 Ann and Bob Aikens Family Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Aikens International Travel Initiative Fund in the School of Art and Design................$50,000 Aisin World Corporation of America, Plymouth for biomedical engineering research in the College of Engineering.............................. 60,000 Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, Inc., Washington, D. C. for support in the Transportation Research Institute......................................... 312,500 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 28,000 Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., Montgomery, Alabama for research in the M edical School.......................................................10,000 J. D. Benisek, Houston, Texas for the Holly Sucic Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint.........15,000 Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation, Battle Creek for the Guido and Elizabeth Binda Student Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman of Architecture and Urban Planning........................................................ 25,000 Boeing Defense & Space Group, Seattle, Washington for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering.............................. 146,000 Marvin and Betty Borman Foundation, Minneapolis, Minnesota for the Marvin and Elizabeth Borman Scholarship in the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts......................................................................... 20,0 00 Bowl for Burns, Trenton for the Trauma Burn Center Firefighter's Fund and the Trauma Burn Nursing Education Fund in the M edical School................................................................. 43,577 Linda A. W. Brakel, Ann Arbor for support of the Ormand and Hazel Hunt Memorial Laboratory in the Medical School..............10,000 William K. Brehm, McLean, Virginia for the William and Delores Brehm Michigan Comprehensive Diabetes Center Endowment Fund in the Medical School................................................. 450,000 Donald L. Castle Charitable Lead Unitrust, Gainesville, Florida for support in the School of Nursing and for the Michigan League.............................. 26,838 CFI Group, Ann Arbor for the University M usical Society....................................................... 10,000 Cisco Systems, Inc., San Jose, California for research in the College of Engineering................................................. 55,000 H. Bushnell Clarke, Saint Petersburg, Florida for the Julian T. Hoff, M. D. Professorship in Neurosurgery in the Medical School.................10,000 Correlogic Research and Development Corporation, Bethesda, Maryland for research in the M edical School.......................................................10,000 John R. Crosby Memorial Fund, Ann Arbor for adrenal cancer research in the Medical School...........................................10,000 DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, Auburn Hills for support in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts...................... 98,602 DCES Educational Services, Canton MEPO Director's Discretionary Fund in the College of Engineering........................... 15,000 Deutsche Bank, New York, New York for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 10,000 Engle Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Sylvia "Duffy" Engle Graduate Student Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 50,000 Francis Families Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for support in the Medical School..................................................... 21,000 53

Page  54 September Meeting, 2005 Fraternal Order of Eagles Michigan, Lake for support in the Medical School..................................................... 28,693 J. L. French Family Foundation, Sheboygan, Wisconsin for the Jeanna French Nurse Scientist Fund in the School of Nursing........................... 50,000 Constance P. Godfrey 2004 Trust for the John W. Reed Scholarship Fund and other support in the Law School.................... 20,000 Goldring Family Foundation, Short Hills, New Jersey for support in the Department of Athletics and for the Goldring Family Distinguished Visiting Lectureship and the Goldring Family Field International Study Experience Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................... 100,000 Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles Michigan State Aerie, F.OE., White Cloud for support in the Medical School..................................................... 50,000 Halliburton Foundation, Inc., Houston, Texas for support in the Department of Athletics and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn............ 40,100 Betty Q. Hoard Revocable Living Trust for the Douglas H. Hoard Scholarship Fund in the School of Music............................ 20,000 Dudley K. Holmes, Jr., Chelsea 2,000 shares of MBNA Corporation common stock for the Holmes Psoriasis Fund in the Medical School.................................... 50,780 Eu-Phang and Chih H. Hsu Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Eu-Phang and C. H. Hsu Endowed Fund in the College of Pharmacy..................... 10,000 Daniel K. Hussey, Spring Lake for support in the Department of Athletics............................................... 16,667 IMRA America, Inc., Ann Arbor for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 55,000 JDW, 11 Capital Limited Partnership, Naples, Florida for the Joseph and Judy Williamson Endowed Football Scholarship and other support in the Department of Athletics...................................................... 100,000 Matilda L. Joseph Estate for support in the Law School........................................................ 25,000 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 13,635 Harold R. Kellman, Fremont, California 4,000 shares of Microsoft Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 99,321 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund................................................... 14,852 Lisa F. Knight, Matawan, New Jersey for the Lisa Faith Knight Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 50,000 L & W Engineering Community Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for research in the Medical School.................................................... 25,000 Robert M. Lane, Jackson Hole, Wyoming for the Robert F. Lane Memorial Scholarship Fund in the School of Public Health................ 10,581 Lear Corporation, Southfield for support in the Department of Athletics, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and for the Watershed Annual Event Fund at the University of Michigan-Dearborn............... 115,000 Eli Lilly & Company Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering, and the School of Public Health, and for employee matching gifts.......................................................... 62,350 McGregor Fund, Detroit for support at the University of Michigan............................................... 60,000 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 2,700 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project............................................. 253,469 Celestine E. Moloney Trust for undergraduate student aid........................................................ 19,729 Mary C. Murphy Revocable Trust 54

Page  55 September Meeting, 2005 Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for employee matching gifts.......................................................... 13,886 Paula H. Powers, San Francisco, California for the Paula and Brian Powers Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................................. 10,000 Mervin Pregulman, Chattanooga, Tennessee 500 shares of Abbott Laboratories common stock for support in the Department of Athletics............................................... 24,048 John E. Riecker, Midland 22,600 shares of Dow Chemical Company common stock for the Margaret Ann (Ranny) & John E. Riecker Fellowship in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy............................................................. 996,886 John O. Robertson, West Melbourne, Florida for the Ruth Lobdell Scholarship Fund................................................... 15,000 Sailer Family Fund of the San Diego Foundation, San Diego, California for support in the Law School.......................................................... 10,000 Vincent C. Secontine, Jr. Estate for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 25,000 Donald R. Shepherd, Rancho Santa Fe, California 5,700 shares of Gables Residential Trust common stock for the Women's Gymnastic Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics, and for the Shepherd Family Graduate Student Instructor Scholarship Fund, the Robert and Marjorie Shepherd GSI Fund and other support in the School of Music................................. 245,556 Donald R. Shepherd Trust for the Donald R. Shepherd Graduate Fellowship in the Department of Athletics.................. 20,000 Edwin J. Smith, Las Cruces, New Mexico 310 shares of Genlyte Group, Inc., common stock for the Men's Track and Field Fund and for the Women's Track and Field Fund in the Department of Athletics............................................................. 15,331 Mary E. Snapp, Redmond, Washington for support in the Law School......................................................... 20,000 Steelcase Foundation, Grand Rapids for employee matching gifts.......................................................... 10,650 Stone Tower Capital, LLC, New York, New York for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,000 Joseph F. Sucic, Flint for the Holly Sucic Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint....... 10,000 Takata Automotive Systems Laboratory, Inc., Farmington Hills for research in the College of Engineering............................................. 10,000 John and Daniel Tishman Family Fund, Inc., New York, New York for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Fund in the College of Engineering........... 400,000 University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit, Grosse Pointe Woods for the University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit Scholarship Fund...................... 25,000 University of Michigan Club of Flint, Flint for the University of Michigan Club of Greater Flint Endowed Athletic Scholarship in the Department of Athletics and for the University of Michigan Club of Greater Flint Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint.................................... 30,000 Wai-Tsin Chang, Danville, California for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Fund in the College of Engineering........... 100,000 Charles R. Walgreen III, Lake Forest, Illinois 8,627 shares of Walgreen Company common stock for the Charles R. Walgreen III Professorship in Pharmacy Administration in the College of Pharmacy...............................................................402,795 Kevin D. Welsh, Pacific Palisades, California 503 shares of various corporate company common stock for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................. 19,909 Wheeler Family Foundation, New York, New York for support in the Medical School..................................................... 25,000 Elizabeth Wright Charitable Remainder Unitrust for the Elizabeth Benson Wright Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................ 10,000 55

Page  56 September Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 following donors: Jeffrey Altshuler, Grosse Pointe Anonymous Donor Bank of America Foundation, Charlotte, North Carolina Beljan Family Trust Jack L. Berman, Los Angeles, California David W. Berson, Columbia, Maryland Paul W. Blavin, Scottsdale, Arizona Bright House Networks, LLC, Saint Petersburg, Florida Thomas A. Buhr, Luzerne Janet Coulter Buresh, Washington, D. C. Maynard C. Buszek, Saint Clair Shores Vrishin Chandra Fund, West Bloomfield Charter Township of Brandon Oakland County, Ortonville Clifford L. Craig, Ann Arbor John Steuer Dobson, Ann Arbor John K. Fischer, Livonia Kenneth C. Fischer, Ann Arbor Richard I. Ford, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sid Gilman, Ann Arbor Gilmour Fund, Detroit Susan Glowski, Dexter Michael J. Hudson, Libertyville, Illinois Imaging Sciences International, Inc., Hatfield, Pennsylvania W. J. and Lillian Kemler Foundation, West Bloomfield Leonard J. Kujawa, Atlanta, Georgia Marathon Oil Company Foundation, Findlay, Ohio Oliver Dewey Marcks Foundation, Detroit Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., New York, New York to $9,999 in value were received from the Robert V. Martelli, Bloomfield Hills William C. Martin, Ann Arbor McKinley Associates, Inc., Ann Arbor Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota Duane D. Morse, McLean, Virgina Sujit K. Pandit, Ann Arbor Leslie E. Quint, Ann Arbor Ric-Man Construction, Inc., Sterling Heights Frank E. Robbins Memorial Trust Roseville Fireman's Fund, Roseville Charles W. Ross, Ann Arbor Stephanie Savarino, Ann Arbor John P. Schmidt, Ann Arbor Richard Muir Scroggins, Greenwich, Connecticut Arthur H. Silverman, Potomac, Maryland John M. Snodgrass, Ann Arbor Diane C. Swonk, Evanston, Illinois Synthes' Spine Company, LP, Paoli, Pennsylvania Toucan Management, LLC, Bethesda, Maryland A. Galip Ulsoy, Dexter University of Michigan Club of Detroit Scholarship Fund, Farmington Hills University of Michigan Club of Southwest Florida, Naples, Florida Wachovia Foudation, Princeton, New Jersey Elizabeth W. Waggener, Lincoln, Nebraska Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, Arizona Hom-Lay Wang, Canton Thomas L. Wiese, Dallas, Texas The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Janice B. Longone, Ann Arbor a large collection of culinary and household arts research materials for the Longone Center for American Culinary Research at the Clements Library Pella Window and Door Company, West Bloomfield twenty windows for the Michigan Solar House Project in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning August 2005 AGS Foundation for Health in Aging, New York, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... $37,500 Alliance for Lupus Research, New York, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 62,500 ALS of Michigan, Inc., Southfield for research in the Medical School...................................................... 30,730 American Academy of Periodontology Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Hom-Lay Wang Endowed Collegiate Professorship in the School of Dentistry.............. 15,000 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 104,043 American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C. for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................. 40,000 American College of Rheumatology Research and Education Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School.................................................... 75,000 American Foundation for Urological Disease, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland for research and other support in the Medical School....................................... 30,000 American Heart Association, Dallas, Texas for research and other support in the Medical School, the Center for Human Growth and Development, and in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......................... 440,650 56

Page  57 September Meeting, 2005 American Lung Association National Office, New York, New York forresearch intheMedical School....................................................... 55,000 American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Manchester, Massachusetts forresearch intheMedical School....................................................... 37,500 American Society of Hematology, Inc., Chapel Hill, North Carolina forresearch intheMedical School...................................................... 12,500 J. Reid and Pauline V. Anderson Charitable Remainder Unitrust for the J. Reid and Polly Anderson Fellowship Fund in the College of Engineering................. 48,301 Applied Engineering & Technology Integration, Inc., Troy for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 14,520 Applied Materials Corporation, Santa Clara, California for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 28,500 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia forresearch intheMedical School..................................................... 29,167 Arthritis Foundation, Michigan Chapter, Southfield for research in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............. 75,833 Arthritis National Research Foundation, Long Beach, California forresearch intheMedical School.................................. 25,000 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................. 28,000 Association for Surgical Education Foundation, Springfield, Illinois for research in the Medical School...................................................... 25,000 Astellas Pharma US, Inc., Deerfield, Illinois for support in the Medical School and University Hospitals................................ 16,000 Azalea Foundation, Saint Simons Island, Georgia for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....................................... 10,000 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, Detroit for the BCBSM Foundation Award in the School of Public Health............................ 10,000 Jane K. Beam, South Lyon for the Pediatric Education Center in the Medical School..................................... 12,000 Bruce Benner, Ann Arbor 670 shares of National City Corporation common stock and a cash gift for support in the School of Music, in memory of Ann W. Benner.............................. 25,000 Donald R. Berg, Grand Rapids 3,125 shares of various corporate common stock for the Donald R. and Sally Berg Fund for Research in the Medical School......................99,941 Mandell L. Berman, Southfield for the Sol Drachler Program Scholarship Fund in the School of Social Work.................... 15,000 Mandell L. and Madeleine Berman Foundation, Southfield for the Berman Graduate Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............. 15,000 Elizabeth Broomfield Foundation Trust, New City, New York forsupportinthe College ofPharmacy.................................................. 97,281 Leo Burnett Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....................................... 28,000 Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for research in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 200,000 Will M. Caldwell, Bloomfield Hills 7,389 units of Sequoia Fund, Inc., mutual fund for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the School of Music, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 1,105,129 Jeffrey E. Cappo, Ann Arbor for the Camp Michitanki Transplant Fund............................................... 10,000 Carnegie Corporation, New York, New York forresearch inthe School ofEducation............................................ 63,000 Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland forresearch intheLaw School......................................................... 50,000 Chisbetts Foundation, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the School of Music..................................... 12,000 Fred M. Cohen, Mamaroneck, New York 150 shares of various corporate common stock for the Fred and Eileen Cohen UROP Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts.......................................10,021 Coherix, Inc., Ann Arbor forresearchinthe College ofEngineering............................................... 10,000 Cohn Family Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation Philanthropic Fund, Bloomfield Hills for the Irwin I. Cohn Professorship in the Law School.................................... 200,000 Howard Cohodas, Marquette for the Harry R. Cohodas Graduate Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Sylvia C. and Arnold M. Cohodas Dean's Scholarship Fund and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...........................45,000 57

Page  58 September Meeting, 2005 Sylvia Casper Cohodas, Longboat Key, Florida 2,900 shares of Wells Fargo & Company common stock for the Sylvia C. and Arnold M. Cohodas Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................. 175,523 Barbara B. Colegrove, Dallas, Texas for the Forrest (Don) Colegrove Graduate Fellowship in Physics Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...................................................... 25,000 Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman, Ann Arbor 520 mutual fund units for the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, for the Leslie Kish International Fellows Fund in the Institute for Social Research, for the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Life Sciences Fund, for the Museum of Art Building Project, for the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Undergraduate Fund, and for the Trotter House Renovation Fund................................................. 16,087 Committee to Protect Journalists, Inc., New York, New York for the Knight Freedom Fellowship for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.......................................... 57,365 Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing for WFUM...................................................................... 17,000 Paul D. Cooper, Westminster, Colorado for the Paul D. Cooper Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the English Department in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 150,000 Cooper Family Foundation, Inc., New Hyde Park, New York for the Cooper Family Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......... 10,000 Cummins Business Services, Nashville, Tennessee for the Cummins Masters Project in the School of Natural Resources and Environment............. 13,020 DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, Auburn Hills for research and other support in the College of Engineering, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn............................ 108,750 Deafness Research Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 33,333 Dell, Inc., Round Rock, Texas for support in the Tauber Manufacturing Institute in the College of Engineering and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................. 30,000 Dermatology Foundation, Evanston, Illinois for research and other support in the Medical School....................................... 35,000 Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program, Inc., Detroit for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 19,000 Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation, Grand Rapids for support in the Medical School..................................................... 26,000 Edward F. Domino, Ann Arbor for research in the Medical School.................................................... 60000 Dover Fund, Inc., New York, New York for the Robert and Luise Kleinberg Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................................................... 50000 Dow Chemical Company, Midland for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 10000 Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................... 108,000 Evangeline L. Dumesnil Trust for the Maurice H. and Evangeline L. Dumesnil Scholarship in the School of Music............... 93,749 Earhart Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Bentley Historical Library..................................................... 50,000 Ellison Medical Foundation, Redwood City, California for research in the Medical School.................................................... 50000 Epilepsy Foundation of America, Landover, Maryland 58

Page  59 September Meeting, 2005 Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn for employee matching gifts......................................................... 71,690 Foundation Fighting Blindness, Owings Mills, Maryland for research and other support in the Medical School...................................... 524,108 Francis Families Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for support in the Medical School..................................................... 21,000 General Motors Corporation, R & D Center, Warren for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 500,000 Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D. C. for research in the School of Social Work............................................... 20000 Glaucoma Research Foundation, San Francisco, California for support in the Medical School..................................................... 16,000 Alvin L. Glick Foundation, Inc., Jackson for the Football Locker Room Renovation Fund in the Department of Athletics.................. 100,000 Joseph 1. Goldstein, Chevy Chase, Maryland 1,730 shares of various corporate common stock for the Goldstein Life Sciences Institute Fund and for the Goldstein Family Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................... 125,365 Vincent T. Gorguze, La Jolla, California 18,100 shares of Gulfmark Offshore, Inc., common stock for the SSEL Construction Fund in the College of Engineering....................................................... 529,968 Guardian Industries Corporation, Auburn Hills for the Basketball Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics and for the M-PACT Endowment.. 2,000,000 Highfield Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio for the Michigan Community Service Corps, for support in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, and for the University of Michigan-Flint................................................... 12,000 Barry P. Hoffman, Plymouth for support in the Kellogg Eye Center and for research in the Medical School....................................................11,000O LaRue Tone Hosmer, Ann Arbor for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 10,000 Hurley Medical Center, Flint for support in the School of Dentistry................................................. 307,180 Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 148,000 Mrs. Herbert Johe, Ann Arbor for the Susan L. Johe Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Herbert W. and Susan L. Johe Endowment Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for support in the Museum of Art.................................................... 200,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research in the School of Public Health............................................. 158,511 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................... 274,09 Jeremiah Kaplan Foundation, New York, New York for special exhibitions support in the exhibit Museum...................................... 10,000 John H. Kellogg Estate for the John H. Kellogg Genetics Fund in the Medical School................................ 15,000 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies and for research in the School of Public Health............................. 297,111 Richard A. Kerr, Battle Creek for the Otto Gago, M.D. Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School................. 10,000 Betty Sherwood Kinney Trust for support in the School of Public Health............................................... 10000 Kiwanis of Mic~higan Foundation, -Petoskey 59

Page  60 September Meeting, 2005 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, White Plains, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 45,000 Leukemia Research Foundation, Skokie, Illinois for support in the Medical School...................................................... 15,000 LLJ/DPJ Family Partners LTD, Keego Harbor for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund............................ 100,000 Longenbaugh Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program, Southeastern, Pennsylvania for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center........................................ 210,000 David R. Macdonald Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland for support in the Law School......................................................... 18,667 Artur Mager, Los Angeles, California for the Artur Mager Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....................................................... 50,000 March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, White Plains, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 37,500 James S. McDonnell Foundation, Saint Louis, Missouri 1,143 shares of Boeing company common stock for research at the University of Michigan............................................... 75,741 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 5,200 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project.............................................. 259,473 Merck Company Foundation, Whitehouse, New Jersey for support in the School of Public Health............................................... 35,000 Merck and Company, Inc., Rahway, New Jersey for scholarships in the Medical School................................................. 300,000 Kenneth H. Mortenson, New York, New York 3,500 shares of various corporate common stock for the Champions Center in the Department of Athletics................................. 204,620 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint for research in the School of Education........................................... 75,000 National Hemophilia Foundation, New York, New York for research and other support in the Life Sciences Institute and the Medical School................ 58,681 National Kidney Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 12,500 National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, Inc., Lansing for research in the Medical School.................................................... 28,000 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York, New York for research in the Medical School...................................................... 77,548 Thomas and Greta Newhof Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Borchardt and Glysson Water Treatment Fund in the College of Engineering............. 105,000 Nissan Motor Corporation U.S.A., Gardena, California for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 25,000 Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for employee matching gifts....................................................... 14,567 Casper Y. and Helen B. Offutt Revocable Trust Two shares of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., common stock for the Offutt Family Presidential Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................................. 167,100 Osram Sylvania, Inc., Danvers, Massachusetts for support in the Transportation Research Institute........................................ 15,000 Oxford Company LLC, Ann Arbor for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 17,500 David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Los Altos, California for the Building Fund in the Law School.............................................. 15,000 PBG Michigan LLC, Troy for the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics............................. 50,000 Pfizer, Inc., Kalamazoo for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 22,000 Pfizer, Inc., Ann Arbor for research and other support in the College of Pharmacy, the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine, for the University of Michigan Museum of Art's 2005-2006 Season, and the University Musical Society.................................................. 145,500 P & G Fund, Cincinnati, Ohio for employee matching gifts......................................................... 61,024 George L. Phillips, Brighton for the George L. Phillips Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Pharmacy and the School of Nursing.............................................. 500,000 60

Page  61 September Meeting, 2005 Margaret Hamlin Phillips, Brighton for the Margaret Hamlin Phillips Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Pharmacy and the School of Nursing....................................... 250,000 PKD Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for support in the Medical School...................................................... 50,000 Pritzker Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research in the Medical School.................................................... 378,658 Prostate Cancer Foundation, Santa Monica, California for research in the Medical School.................................................... 100,00 Gordon S. Prussian, Chicago, Illinois for the Michigan in Washington Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 10,000 Pryor Foundation, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania for the Millard H. Pryor, Jr. Fund for Graduate Student Support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................................50,00 Qualcomm, Inc., San Diego, California for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,000 Mary L. Ramsey Trust for support in the Law School......................................................... 25,000 Floyd S. Reid, Laguna Niguel, California 13,000 shares of Keith Companies, Inc., common stock for the Michigania Capital Gifts Fund................................................. 289,575 Richard Rogel Trust 13,000 shares of Denbury Resources, Inc., common stock for the Rogel Scholarship Fund....................................................... 614,315 Jalen Rose Foundation, Los Angeles, California for the Jalen Rose Endowed Scholarship Fund............................................ 60,000 Jonathan Rye, Bloomfield Hills for research in the Medical School.................................................... 10,000 Sandler Family Supporting Foundation, San Francisco, California for research in the Medical School.................................................... 250,000 Schlumberger, Sugar Land, Texas for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 35,000 Robert B. Schumer, New York, New York for the Economics Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 10,000 Sensicore, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................12,500 Seremet Family Foundation, Potomac, Maryland for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 25,000 Shell International E & P, Inc., Houston, Texas for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 35,000 Donald R. Shepherd, Rancho Santa Fe, California 4,000 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Field Hockey Turf Project, the Women's Gymnastics Construction Fund, the Donald R. Shepherd Spirit Award Fund, and the Donald R. Shepherd Scholarship Endowment Fund in the Department of Athletics, and for the Athletics Band Fund in the School of Music....................................... 371,105 William E. Simon Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for the William E. and Carol G. Simon Fellowships Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy........................................................... 100,000 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, New York for the Sloan Fellowship in the College of Engineering..................................... 40,000 Herbert E. Sloan, Ann Arbor for the Patricia McHoskey Undergraduate Scholarship Fund in the School of Nursing, in memory of Patricia McHoskey, and for the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund.................................... 11,000 Society for Vascular Surgery, Chicago, Illinois for research in the Medical School..................................................... 75,000 Spencer Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research and other support in the School of Education and at the University of Michigan........ 111,950 Spinal Cord Research Foundation, Washington, D. C. for support in the Medical School..................................................... 27,500 James H. M. Sprayregen, Glencoe, Illinois for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..............................20,000 Deborah Strange-Browne Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation, Schererville, Indiana for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center........................................ 30,000 Viola V. Strempek, Ann Arbor for the Viola V. Strempek Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of scholarships at the University of Michigan.................................................... 25,000 61

Page  62 September Meeting, 2005 Julia A. Sturm, Marshall for the Sturm Family Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........... 10,000 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, New York, New York for the University Musical Society................................................. 20,000 Norman W. Thompson, Ann Arbor for the Norman W. Thompson Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery in the Medical School............. 19,696 Toyota Motor North America, Inc., New York, New York for the University Musical Society...................................................... 15,000 TRW Automotive Fund of the Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio for research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................................... 30,000 TRW Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio for support in the Transportation Research Institute....................................... 20,000 Tuchman Family Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund, New York, New York for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,000 Susan K. Tuite Family Trust for the Julian T. Hoff, M.D. Professorship in Neurosurgery in the Medical School................ 20,000 Jeremiah G. Turcotte, Ann Arbor 1,629 units of Fidelity Magellan mutual funds and a cash gift for the Jeremiah and Claire Turcotte Professorship in Transplantation in the Medical School and for the University Musical Society............................................ 169,193 United Cerebral Palsy Research and Educational Foundation, Washington, D. C. for research in the Medical School................................................ 25,000 University of Michigan Club of Washington D. C., Washington, D. C. for the Make a Difference Fund and for the University of Michigan Club of Washington D. C. Scholarship Fund.................................................... 22,100 Titus Van Haitsma Estate 2,395 shares of various corporate common stock for the Titus Van Haitsma Dental Student Scholarship in the School of Dentistry.................. 89,957 Laura R. Van Vlack-Ailes, Portage 14,204 units of Fifth Third Bank Proprietary mutual fund for the Laura R. Van Vlack-Ailes Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................... 220,564 Alta M. West Trust for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................ 10,000 Whitaker Foundation, Rosslyn, Virginia for the Whitaker Foundation Student Fellowship Fund and other support in the College of Engineering............................................................. 99,972 Whitehall Foundation, Palm Beach, Florida for research in the Medical School..................................................... 75,000 Young Family Foundation, Plymouth for the Young Family Foundation Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics............... 120,000 Zell Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Sam Zell Dean's Tactical Fund in the Law School.................................. 10000,000 Zukey Lake Tavern, Pinckney for the R. T. Mott Trails Edge Camp Fund............................................... 28,000 62

Page  63 September Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 following donors: Accumed Technologies, Inc., Buffalo, New York Allergy & Immunology Associates, Ann Arbor Margaret Acheson Allesee and Robert A. Allesee Foundation, Bloomfield Hills American Health Assistance Foundation, Clarksburg, Maryland Anonymous Donor Barton-Malow Company Foundation, Southfield Bayer, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Steven R. Berlage, Troy Jack L. Berman, Los Angeles, California Brunswick Foundation, Inc., Lake Forest, Illinois John W. Burau, Gaylord Robert A. Chartrand, Sun City, Arizona Cigna Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Coca Cola Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia Nadine Cohodas, Washington, D. C. Commonwealth Fund Harkness House, New York, New York Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Group Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, Inc., New York, New York Peter C. Cubba, Bloomfield Hills Decoma International, Inc., Ontario, Canada Dekers Blue Line Club, Ann Arbor Direct TV Group, Inc., El Segundo, California Thelma Dollar Estate Geoffrey I. Edelstein, Pacific Palisades, California Edward W. Elliott, Jr., Deerfield, Illinois Sidney Fine, Ann Arbor A. James French Society, Ann Arbor Bruce and Suzy Gershenson Family Foundation, Farmington Hills Yvonne Gluckman, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida Kalvin M. Grove, Saint Petersburg, Florida Hand Innovations LLC, Miami, Florida Gary R. Hibler Living Trust William H. Hillier Trust to $9,999 in value were received from the Steven R. Kalt, Bloomfield Hills David M. Kimball, Brighton Daniel L. Kiskis, Ann Arbor Amy Windle Knight, Basel, Switzerland Thomas A. LaLonde, Grosse Pointe Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund, New York, New York Simon M. Lorne, New York, New York Lubrizol Foundation, Wickliffe, Ohio Steven H. Mandell, Ann Arbor Kenji Matsushita, Ann Arbor Sarah H. McClure, Bloomfield Hills McKeen Foundation Trust, West Bloomfield Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington Mika, Meyers, Beckett & Jones, Grand Rapids Jennifer D. Mooney, Oakland Township National Heritage Academies, Grand Rapids North American Lighting, Inc., Farmington Hills Pancrean Association of America, Babylon, New York Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey PFRA Charities, Fort Myers, Florida G. C. Pollex & Associates, Inc., Southfield Anne D. Slade, Holland Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers, Jersey City, New Jersey John L. Strauch, Pepper Pike, Ohio Stryker Leibinger, Kalamazoo Truck-Lite Company, Inc., Falconer, New York University of Michigan Club of Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor University of Michigan Club of Toledo, Temperance University of Michigan Student Organization Accounts, Ann Arbor John C. Unkovic, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania David F. Upton, Saint Joseph Nancy Williams Walls, Ann Arbor Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc., New York, New York Whole Foods Market Group, Inc., Chicago, Illinois William B. Wortz, Lansing Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Aastrom Biosciences, Inc., Ann Arbor biology and biochemistry laboratory equipment for the University of Michigan-Dearborn Bernard Chodorkoff, Waterford art pieces by Stephen Hodder and Larry Cressman, and John Garrett, Norie Hatekeyama, and Linda Bills, baskets for the Museum of Art Ford Motor Company, Dearborn laboratory equipment for the University of Michigan-Dearborn Hewlett-Packard Company, Palo Alto, California 16 laptops, docking stations, and associated equipment for the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon one Omniprober 100 Nanomanipulator for the College of Engineering Jack A. Rounick, Radnor, Pennsylvania 103 works of art for the Museum of Art Personnel Actions/Personnel Reports. Interim Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. Regent McGowan commented on the establishment of the Angus Campbell Collegiate Professorship in Sociology and Survey Research, noting that Professor 63

Page  64 September Meeting, 2005 Angus Campbell had a great impact on developing ISR into the renown institution it is today. She also called attention to the Henry Pollack Endowed Professorship in Geological Sciences, noting that it was being made possible through funding by "a very satisfied student of his, and that's the best kind of all." NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective September 1, 2005 unless otherwise indicated Calvet, Nuria P., Ph.D., Professor of Astronomy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Caston, Victor, Ph.D., Professor of Classical Studies, without tenure, Professor of Philosophy with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Coleman, Robin R. Means, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Associate Professor of Afroamerican and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Forrest, Stephen R., Ph.D., Vice President for Research, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with tenure, College of Engineering, Professor of Physics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Hartmann, Lee W., Ph.D., Professor of Astronomy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Herbst, Patricio G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, School of Education Johnson, Paul C., Ph.D., Associate Professor of History and Associate Professor of Afroamerican and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Jolliet, Olivier J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health Rood, Richard B., Ph.D., Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, College of Engineering Shipan, Charles R., Ph.D., J. Ira and Nicki Harris Professor of Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective September 1, 2005-May 31, 2010 Modrak, Rebekah, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art and Design, School of Art and Design REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Martin, William C., Reappointment as Donald R. Shepherd Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Abel, Richard, Robert Altman Collegiate Professor of Film Studies and Professor of International Film and Media, with tenure, Program in Film and Video Studies, also appointed Interim Chair, Department of Screen Arts and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin B., Associate Professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure, also appointed Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Adams, Fred C., Professor of Physics, with tenure, also appointed Professor of Astronomy, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Adams, Julian P., Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, with tenure, also appointed Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Blum, Joel D., John D. MacArthur Professor of Geological Sciences, Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, without tenure, also appointed Acting Chair, Department of Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 1-December 21, 2005 Evrard, August E., Professor of Physics, with tenure, also appointed Professor of Astronomy, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 64

Page  65 September Meeting, 2005 Fink, William L., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, with tenure, and Curator, Museum of Zoology, also appointed Director, Museum of Zoology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Giordano, Thomas J., Associate Professor of Pathology, with tenure, also appointed Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, without tenure, Medical School, September 1, 2005 Gonzalez, Richard D., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, and Chair, Department of Psychology, also appointed Professor of Statistics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Halperin, David M., W.H. Auden Collegiate Professor of English Language and Literature, Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, also appointed Professor of Comparative Literature, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Kelley, Mary C., Ruth Bordin Collegiate Professor of History, American Culture, and Women's Studies, Professor of History, with tenure, Professor of American Culture, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, also appointed Chair, Department of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Lippman, Marc E., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, John C. Searle Professor of Internal Medicine, and Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, also appointed Professor of Pharmacology, without tenure, Medical School, September 1, 2005 Weisskopf, Thomas E., Professor of Economics, with tenure, also appointed Professor in the Residential College, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 LEAVES OF ABSENCE FOR REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bowers, Jacob W., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, leave of absence extended, September 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 Coronil, Fernando, Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, leave of absence extended, September 1- December 31, 2005 Kleiner, Bruce A., Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, leave of absence extended, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective September 1, 2005 unless otherwise indicated Establishment of Endowed Professorships Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professorship in Cardiovascular Medicine, Medical School Frederick G.L. Huetwell Faculty Development Professorship in Cardiovascular Medicine, Medical School Henry Pollack Endowed Professorship in Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Renaming of Existing Endowed Professorship Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professorship in Hypertension/Cardiovascular Medicine, Medical School Establishment of a Collegiate Professorship Vincent Massey Collegiate Professorship in Biological Chemistry, Medical School, August 1, 2005 Renaming of Existing Collegiate Professorships Amos N. Tversky Collegiate Professorship in Communication Studies and Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Angus Campbell Collegiate Professorship in Sociology and Survey Research, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts John T. Groves Collegiate Professorship in Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Marvin B. Becker Collegiate Professorship in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Michael M. Martin Collegiate Professorship in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts 65

Page  66 September Meeting, 2005 OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Appointments to Collegiate Professorships Anderson, Elizabeth S., John Rawls Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Bloch, Anthony M., Alexander Ziwet Collegiate Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 House, James S., Angus Campbell Collegiate Professorship in Sociology and Survey Research, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Hu, Jan C.C., Samuel D. Harris Collegiate Professor of Dentistry, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2010 Huesmann, L. Rowell, Amos N. Tversky Collegiate Professor of Communication Studies and Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Kozyra, Janet U., George Carignan Collegiate Research Professorship, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Lieberman, Victor B., Marvin B. Becker Collegiate Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Paulson, William R., Edward Lorraine Walter Collegiate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Pecoraro, Vincent L., John T. Groves Collegiate Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Pichersky, Eran, Michael M. Martin Collegiate Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Saxonhouse, Arlene W., Caroline Robbins Collegiate Professor of Political Science and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Scodel, Ruth S., D.R. Shackleton Collegiate Professor of Greek and Latin, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Weisman, Lois S., Sarah Winans Newman Collegiate Professor in the Life Sciences, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2010 Appointments to Endowed Professorships Hakansson, I. Kristina, Dow Coming Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Khanna, Vikramaditya S., Louis and Myrtle Moskowitz Research Professor of Business and Law, Law School, September 1-December 31, 2005 Krebsbach, Paul H., Roy H. Roberts Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2010 Shanley, Thomas P., Janette Ferrantino Professor of Pediatrics, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Wu, Sijue, Robert W. And Lynn H. Browne Professor of Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Yanik, Gregory A., Leland and Elaine Blatt Family Professor of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Appointments to Named Professorships Branden, Petter, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Eisentrager, Kirsten, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Epstein, Neil, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 McDonald, G. Mark, Howard R. Marsh Visiting Professor of Journalism, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Ramsey, Nicholas, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Spice, Loren, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Tropp, Joel A., T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Yang, Stephanie T., T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 66

Page  67 September Meeting, 2005 Reappointment to an Endowed Professorship McNamara, James A., Jr., The Drs. Thomas M. and Doris Graber Endowed Professor, School of Dentistry, September 1, 2004-August 31, 2009 Reappointments to Collegiate Professorships Essene, Eric J., William C. Kelly Collegiate Professor of Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Gingerich, Philip D., Ermine Cowles Case Collegiate Professor of Paleontology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Hanlon, Philip J., Donald J. Lewis Collegiate Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Studlar, Gaylyn, Rudolf Amheim Collegiate Professor of Film Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Other Transactions Danziger, Sheldon H., Correction of title from Henry J. Meyer Collegiate Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, to Henry J. Meyer Distinguished University Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Dominguez, Kathryn M., Transfer of tenure from Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and Professor of Economics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts to Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy, and Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Ferrara, James L., Transfer of tenure from Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, and Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, without tenure, to Professor of Internal Medicine, without tenure, and Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, with tenure, Medical School, July 1, 2005 Foran, Michael, Associate Dean, School of Management, UM-Dearbor, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Gallimore, Alec D., Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Initiatives, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Gramlich, Edward M., Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, September 1, 2005 Gray, Robert H., Interim Chair, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Hecht, Gabrielle, from Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, Residential College, with tenure, to Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Hines, James R., Jr., Transfer of title and tenure, from Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Professor of Business Economics, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy to Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Business Economics, without tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005 Kay, Jack, Ph.D., Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Professor of Communication, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 6, 2005 MacDonald, Michael P., Term of appointment as Richard Hudson Research Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, corrected to January 1-May 31, 2006 Newman, Sarah Winans, Associate Dean for Program Assessment, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007 Penner, Joyce E., Correction of name of professorship to Askel Wiin-Nielsen Collegiate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005 Pierce, Lori J., Associate Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, August 1, 2005 Schatzel, Kim, Associate Dean, School of Management, UM-Dearborn, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Sekelsky, Mary Jo, Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Enrollment Management, UM-Flint, July 1, 2005 Skivington, Kristen Dahlen, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement, UM-Flint, July 1, 2005 Steel, Robert, Associate Dean, School of Management, UM-Dearborn, July 1, 2006-December 31, 2006 Svejnar, Jan, from Evertt E. Berg Professor of Business Administration, Professor of Business, Economics, Corporate Strategy, and International Business, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, to Professor of Public Policy, with tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Professor of Economics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Evertt E. Berg Professor 67

Page  68 September Meeting, 2005 of Business Administration, and Professor of Business, Economics, Corporate Strategy, and International Business, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005 Todd, III, Robert F., Associate Vice President for Research, September 1, 2005-December 31, 2005 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies Executive Board Young, Alford A., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007, vice Deborah Loewenberg Ball, serving as Interim Dean of the School of Education Institute for Social Research Executive Committee Ball, Deborah Loewenberg, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, vice Karen K. Wixson, term as dean ended Kottak, Conrad P., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008, vice Pamela J. Smock, term expired Lichter, Allen S., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007, vice Douglas S. Kelbaugh, term expired McDonald, Terrence J., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007, vice Susan A. Gelman, term expired Warner, Kenneth E., September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008, vice Rebecca M. Blank, term expired Weiss, Janet A.,, ex officio, vice Steven L. Kunkel, interim term ended Committee on Honorary Degrees Istock, Judith (alumna representative), retroactive, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 vice, Robert G. Forman, term expired Personnel Reports. Interim Provost Gramlich submitted the following personnel reports: ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Aghaei, Behrad, M.A., Lecturer I in Near Eastern Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ashman, Jennifer H., M.S., Intermittent Lecturer in Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1-December 31, 2005 Benschoter, Kristi L., M.S.N., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Bolmarcich, Sarah M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Brunelle, Marc, Ph.D., Lecturer in Linguistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Connor, Laurence D., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, September 1-December 31, 2005 Dyson, Henry N., M.N., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Edlich, Micha, M.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ernst, Daniel J., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1-December 31, 2005 Forrester, Kathleen, M.S., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Frever, Tinna, Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gonzalez, Jennifer H., J.D., Lecturer I in Law and Environment, UM-Dearborn School of Management,, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hervas, Dolores M. Pons, Ph.D., Lecturer III in Foreign Language, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences,, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Iglesias-Garrido, Carla, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 McCann, Peggy S., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Kinesiology, Division of Kinesiology, September 1-December 31, 2005 Mitias, Michael H., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Philosophy, Department of Humanities, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM- Dearborn, September 1-December 31, 2005 Moga, Paul J., Ph.D., Lecturer III in Kinesiology, Division of Kinesiology, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 68

Page  69 September Meeting, 2005 Olsen, Joshua, M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Parenteau, Julie L., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Kinesiology, Division of Kinesiology, September 1-December 31, 2005 Peck, William, M.A., Lecturer in Art History, Department of Humanities, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters,, September 1-December 31, 2005 Putnam, Michael T., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Robinson, Jeremy R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Salameh, Mohamad, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Thelen, Neil A., M.Arch., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Vanderwill, William L., M.S.W., Lecturer III in Social Work, School of Social Work, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Venable, Thomas C., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Wandmacher, Victoria E., B.A., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences,, September 1-December 31, 2005 Williams, Elizabeth M., M.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1-December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Badgley, Cahtherine E., Ph.D., Lecturer III in Paleontology, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Boys, Kimberly S., M.A., Lecturer III in Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Eriksson, Johanna U., M.A., Lecturer III in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, family medical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Kirkpatrick, Jennifer F., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Thompson, Hilary J., Ph.D., Lecturer II in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, outside teaching leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Wright, Susan, Ph.D., Lecturer III in History, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Agarwal, Prachi, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Agnani, Sunil M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Alberto, Paulina L., Ph.D., Instructor in History, and Instructor in Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Alexander, Larry D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences,, College of Arts, sciences, and letters, UM-Dearbor, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Aronson, Pamela J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, UM-Dearbom, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Avram, Anca M., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Awny, Nahed H., M.A., Lecturer I in Near Eastern Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Bailey, Marianne E., M.A., Lecturer I in English, English Language Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Bersaglia, Glen S., M.M., Clinical Lecturer in Music, School of Music, July 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Bettcher, Catherine M., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005 -August 31, 2006 69

Page  70 September Meeting, 2005 Bosher, Erin E., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Brilakis, loannis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Bruce, Emily S., J.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Busui, Rodica, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Chambers-Taylor, Claudia S., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, July 11, 2005-August 31, 2006 Chan, Kevin M., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 19, 2005-September 18, 2006 Choi, Soyoung A., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English, English Language Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Chopra, Pavan, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Civil, Yolaine A., M.D., Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Comer, Grant M., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 7, 2005-July 6, 2006 Csankovszki, Gyorgyi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Davis, Lucas W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Des Jardins, Deborah H., M.Phil., Lecturer I in English, English Language Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Diamond, Beth, M.L.A., Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, School of Natural Resources and Environment, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Dick, Christopher W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Dotson, Garry D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Draus, Paul J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM-Dearbor, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Dykstra, Alan J., M.S., Lecturer I in English, English Language Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Dyson, Melissa C., D.V.M., Clinical Assistant Professor of Laboratory Animal Medicine, Medical School, August 5, 2005-August 31, 2008 Egan, Andrew M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Elsby, Michael W. L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Elstrom, Rebecca L., M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30,2012 Falon, Paul H., J.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2007 Finks, Jonathan F., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Fournier, Karen J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Music (Music Theory), School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Frederick, Robert E., M.A., Lecturer I in Comprehensive Studies Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Fredericks, Emily M., Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Froman, Ann A., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2007 George, Kristi J., B.S.N., Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Health Professions and Studies, UM-Flint, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Gestwicki, Jason E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2008 Gilbert, Scott M., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Urology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Gold, Katherine J., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Greer, Scott E. L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Griffith, Anna A., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 70

Page  71 September Meeting, 2005 Groat, Tina D., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Gurm, Hitinder S., M.B.B.S., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2012 Haft, Jonathan W., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 He, Yongqun, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Laboratory Animal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Hernandez, Rudolf, B.A., Instructor in Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Heung, Michael, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Hirunwiwatkul, Parima, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 7, 2005-July 6, 2006 Howell, David D., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiation Oncology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Howson, Nicholas C., J.D., Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Hu, Patrick J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2011 Jacobs, Sean H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication Studies and Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Jenckes, Katharine M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Johnson, Crista E., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Johnson, Susan L., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Kaufman, Amanda J., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Kielar, Ania, Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 King, Aaron A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Kitchen, Brenda J., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Koenig, Gerald C., Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Krijanovski,, Oleg I., Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Hematology and Oncology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Kwak, Jin Shin R., M.D., Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Kwon, Richard S., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Landon, Stephen D., M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Lee, Duane C., B.A., Lecturer I in Comprehensive Studies Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Ma, Linglei, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology and Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Majersik, Jennifer J., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 McKenna, Brian M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM-Dearbor, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 McKinley, Cheryl L., M.A., Lecturer in Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2005 Menees, Stacy B., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Miller, David C., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Urology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Miller, Jon M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Astronomy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Mintz, Roni, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 1, 2005-July 6, 2006 Moustafa, Tarek S., M.B.C.H.B., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Napieralski, Jacob A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geology, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM- Dearborn, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 71

Page  72 September Meeting, 2005 Ono, Akira, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Pallekonda, Vinay A., M.B.B.S., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology and Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Pang, Yijun, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Parmar, Hemant, M.B.B.S., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Patil, Parag, Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Neurosurgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Peters, Elyssa R., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 7, 2005-July 6, 2006 Philipich, Kirk L., D.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance, School of Management, UMDearborn, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 Predhomme, Angela M., M.A., Lecturer I in English, English Language Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Preston, Stephanie D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Reynhout, Kimberly S., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine and Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Rogers, Alexander J., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Rosi, Yolanda L., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Sandkvist. B. Maria, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Sarwar, Nadia, M.B., Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Schaefer, Diane, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Schiopu, Elena, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Schoenemann, Paul T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, UM-Dearbor, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Seinfeld, Gil, J.D., Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Seliya, Naeem A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science, College of Engineering and Computer Science, UM-Dearbor, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2007 Shanawani, Hasan, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 6, 2005-June 5, 2006 Srinivasan, Ashok, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Staudt, Elizabeth A., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Szekely, Daniel R., Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, August 15, 2005-August 31, 2006 Taylor, Jacquelyn Y., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Thomson, Dale E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, UM-Dearborn, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 Tibbetts, Elizabeth A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Tsai, Thomas T., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Tschopp, David R., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Violi, Angela, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Wang, Yanzhaung, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Willatt, Jonathan M.G., M.B.C.H.B., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Wittkopp, Patricia J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Wolf, Andrew B., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 7, 2005-July 6, 2006 Wong, Sandra S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, July 11, 2005-July 10, 2006 Xi, Chuanwu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 72

Page  73 September Meeting, 2005 Yarjanian, John A., D.O., Clinical Instructor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, July 11, 2005-July 10, 2006 Zeiss, Rebecca S., M.F.A., Lecturer in Art, College of Arts and Sciences, UM-Flint, July 1-August 31, 2005 Zhang, Jing, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Howell, David D., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006, previously reported as Clinical Lecturer in Radiation Oncology Lau, Christine L., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, August 3, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as July 25, 2005-August 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Chugh, Aman, from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2012 Corey, Joseph M., from Clinical Lecturer in Neurology to Assistant Professor of Neurology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Day, Sharlene M., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2012 Grossman, Paul M., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Hammoud, Maya M., from Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology to Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Assistant Professor of Medical Education, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Helton, Caroline G., from Assistant Professor of Music (Performing Arts) to Clinical Assistant Professor of Music (Performing Arts), School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Hollenbeck, Brent K., from Clinical Lecturer in Urology to Assistant Professor of Urology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Kessler, Marc L., from Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology to Clinical Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medical School, May 27, 2005-May 26, 2006 Kumagai, Arno K., from Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine to Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Education, Medical School, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Laroche, Helena H., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Li, Feng, from Lecturer in Business to Assistant Professor of Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, July 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Pelosi, Frank, Jr., from Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine to Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 13, 2005-August 31, 2008 Prabhakar, Avinash, from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Rosen, David S., from Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases to Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases and Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Rosenberg, Noah A., from Assistant Professor of Human Genetics to Assistant Professor of Human Genetics, Medical School and Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 73

Page  74 September Meeting, 2005 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Moyer, Jeffrey S., from Clinical Lecturer in Otorhinolaryngology to Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006, previously reported as Clinical Lecturer in Otorhinolaryngology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Aminoff, David, Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Brown, Allan C., Associate Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Chesler, Mark, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Howrey, E. Philip, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Professor Emeritus of Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Kamchi, Noriko, Professor Emeritus of History, Department of Social Sciences, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2005 Kirsh, Marvin M., Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Knoll, Glenn F., Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, College of Engineering, July 1-October 31, 2005 Konnak, John W., Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Louis, Dean S., Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 McNamara, Leo F., Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Naylor, Bernard, Professor Emeritus of Pathology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Newman, Sarah W., Professor Emerita of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Sloan, Herbert, Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Steude, Georgine M., Assistant Professor Emerita of Anesthesiology and Assistant Professor Emerita of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Teorey, Toby J., Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Townsend, Leroy B., Albert B. Prescott Professor Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy, and Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-December 31, 2005 Weg, John G., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Algase, Donna L., Josephine Sana Collegiate Professor of Nursing and Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Alvarez, David J., Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, personal leave, November 4, 2004-February 15, 2005 Alvarez, Mario A., Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, personal leave, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Anderson, Jami L., Associate Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Angur, Madhukar G., David M. French Professor and Professor of Marketing, with tenure, School of Management, UM-Flint, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Anspach, Renee, Associate Professor of Sociology, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Barsky, Robert B., Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 74

Page  75 September Meeting, 2005 Baxter, William H., III, Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Literature, with tenure, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, and Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Literature, without tenure, Program in Linguistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Becker, Judith O., Glenn McGeoch Collegiate Professor of Music (Musicology) and Professor of Music, with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bemitsas, Michael M., Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Berridge, Kent C., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Blair, Sara B., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Borschel, Debaroti M., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, personal leave, July 15, 2005-July 15, 2006 Brown, Daniel G., Associate Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, with tenure, School of Natural Resources and Environment, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Burt, Brian A., Professor of Dental Public Health, with tenure, School of Public Health, retirement furlough, September 1, 2004-December 31, 2005 Carlson, Bruce M., Professor of Anatomy, with tenure, Medical School, retirement furlough, July 1, 2004-June 30, 2006 Carson, John S., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Clark, Noreen M., Marshall H. Becker Collegiate Professor of Public Health, Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education, with tenure, School of Public Health, and Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, without tenure, Medical School, administrative leave, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Colas, Santiago, Associate Professor of Spanish, Latin American Literature, and Comparative Literature, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Collier, Kristin M., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, personal leave, July 12-August 18, 2005 Cornish, Alison, Associate Professor of Italian, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Cressman, Joel L., Associate Professor of Residential College, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Associate Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cureton, Richard D., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Cushing, Simon S., Associate Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Dapogny, James, Professor of Music (Theory), with tenure, School of Music, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Darwall, Stephen L., John Dewey Collegiate Professor of Philosophy, and Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Douglas, Nancy L., Associate Professor of Reading and Language Arts, with tenure, School of Education, UM-Dearbor, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Eliav, Yaron Z., Jean and Samuel Frankel Professor of Rabbinic Literature, and Assistant Professor of Rabbinic Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2004-May 31, 2006 Flax, Neil M., Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and German, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2007 Forsdyke, Sara L., Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Fry-Welch, Donna K., Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, with tenure, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, sabbatical leave, January 1-June 30, 2006 Glasgow, Robert E., Professor of Music (Organ), with tenure, School of Music, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Green, Thomas A., John Philip Dawson Collegiate Professor of Law, Professor of Law, with tenure, Law School, and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Hardin, Rebecca D., Assistant Professor of Natural Resources, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Assistant Professor of Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 75

Page  76 September Meeting, 2005 Hart, Janet C., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and duty off campus effective January 1 -May 31, 2006 Hasselbrink, Ernest, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, personal leave, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Hill-Rowley, Richard, Associate Professor of Earth and Resource Science, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hubbs, Nadine M., Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Associate Professor of Music (Music Theory), with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Ibbett, Katherine M., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Jennings, Andrew W., Professor of Music (Violin), with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Jones, J. Wayne, Arthur F. Thurau Professor and Professor of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kaplan, George A., Thomas Francis Collegiate Professor of Public Health and Professor of Epidemiology, with tenure, School of Public Health, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Kim, Jong-Jin, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Knowles, Laura L., Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kollmann, Judith J., Professor of English, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, retirement furlough, September 1, 2004-December 31, 2005 Kosch, Michelle A., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kraus, Carolyn W., Associate Professor of Communications and Composition, with tenure, UM-Dearbor College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, scholarly activity leave, February 15-May 9, 2005 Krutikov, Mikhail, Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, and Assistant Professor of Judaic Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Kunju, Lakshmi P., Clinical Lecturer in Pathology, Medical School, personal leave, August 8-September 16, 2005 Lambropoulos, Vassilios, C.P. Cavavfy Professor of Moder Greek Studies, Professor of Moder Greek Studies, with tenure, and Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and scholarly activity leave January 1-May 31, 2006 Lemon, Alaina M., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Liu, James T., Associate Professor of Physics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Masuzawa, Tomoko, Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 McLaughlin, Catherine G., Professor of Health Management and Policy, with tenure, School of Public Health, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Mir, Farina, Assistant Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Mrazek, Rudolf, Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 Mullaney, Steven G., Associate Professor of English, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Naber, Nadine C., Assistant Professor of Women's Studies and Assistant Professor of American Culture Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Nevett, Lisa C., Assistant Professor of Classical Studies and Assistant Professor of History of Art, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Newman, Mark E., Associate Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Northrop, Douglas T., Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Petty, Wayne C., Associate Professor of Music (Music Theory), with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 76

Page  77 September Meeting, 2005 Potter, David S., D. Phil, Professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Prasad, Gopal, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Raithel, Georg A., Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Raudenbush, Stephen W., Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, Professor of Statistics, without tenure, and Professor of Sociology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, July 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Renne, Elisha P., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Richards, Janet E., Associate Professor of Egyptology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Rosenberg, Victor, Associate Professor of Information, with tenure, School of Information, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Rosi, Yolanda L., Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology, Medical School, personal leave, July 1-September 30, 2005 Rubin, Jonathan M., Professor of Radiology, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, January 1-March 31, 2005 Santos, Erik R., Associate Professor of Music (Composition), with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, July 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Scobey, David M., Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Siegfried, Susan L., Professor of History of Art, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Siegmund, Stefanie B., Associate Professor of History and Judaic Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Silverman, Daniel S., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Smuts, Barbara B., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Somers, Margaret R., Professor of Sociology, with tenure, and Professor of History, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Spector, Scott D., Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Stem, Susan A., Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, January 1-June 30, 2005 Stolyarov, Dmitriy L., Associate Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Straffon, Lloyd H., Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, and Clinical Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Straub, Richard O., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Taghaboni-Dutta, Fataneh, Associate Professor of Management, with tenure, UM-Flint School of Management, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Thornton, J. Mills, III., Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, May 2, 2005-May 31, 2010 Turner, James A., Professor of Architecture, with tenure, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Varshney, Ashutosh, Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, duty off campus leave, January 1 -May 31, 2006 Verhey, Roger F., Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, and Professor of Education, without tenure, UM-Dearbom School of Education, retirement furlough, January 1, 2005-December 31, 2006 Ward, Lucretia M., Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Wenzel, Jennifer A., Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Williams, Gareth, Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 77

Page  78 September Meeting, 2005 Wixson, Karen K., Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, administrative leave, July 1-December 31, 2005, and sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Wolff, Karen L., Paul Boylan Collegiate Professor of Music and Professor of Music, with tenure, School of Music, duty off campus, August 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Wong, Cara J., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Woods, Leigh A., Professor of Theatre and Drama, with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Amdur, Richard L., Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, June 10, 2005 Benson, Mark R., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Burslem, Elizabeth A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Clemons, William E., Assistant Professor of Neurology and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, July 8, 2005 Deng, Jane C., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Dignas, Beate D., Assistant Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Dixson, Pamela J., Clinical Lecturer in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, July 8, 2005 Duff, Michael J., Poskar Klein Collegiate Professor of Physics and Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Eagleton, Matthew J., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Fazel, Reza, Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Hilles, Richard K., Lecturer II in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Inadomi, John M., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, August 3, 2005 Jackson, Sherman A., Professor of Near Eastern Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Keenan, Gail M., Associate Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, August 31, 2005 Kintner, Eileen K., Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, May 31, 2005 Kramer, Jon M., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 31, 2005 Myers, David A., Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 1, 2005 Ng, Nathan C., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Nghiem, Hanh V., Professor of Radiology, with tenure, Medical School, August 19, 2005 Reilly, Molly, Lecturer in Art, College of Arts and Sciences, UM- Flint, June 30, 2005 Schneider, Janel S., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Sorom, Galen R., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Southard, Sarah H., Lecturer in Music, College of Arts and Sciences, UM- Flint, June 30, 2005 Srivastava, Sunita D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Stein, Brian D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Thornburg, Courtney D., Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Underwood, Willie, III., Assistant Professor of Urology, Medical School, June 11, 2005 Uribe, Bernardo, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Van Houweling, Molly S., Assistant Professor of Law, Law School, August 31, 2005 Van Houweling, Robert P., Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 VanDoren, Elaine, Lecturer in Nursing, School of Nursing, August 31, 2005 Williams, Jennifer A., Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, July 15, 2005 Willoughby-Herard, Tiffany J., Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UM- Flint, May 31, 2005 78

Page  79 September Meeting, 2005 Retired Bartlett, Robert H., Professor of Surgery, with tenure, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Casey, Kenneth L., Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, with tenure, and Professor of Neurology, with tenure, Medical School, August 31, 2005 Hamilton, James C., Clinical Associate Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, July 31, 2005 Tillinghast, Richard W., Professor of English, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Williams, Charles H. Jr., Professor of Biological Chemistry, with tenure, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Wright, Susan P., Lecturer III in History of Science, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Term Completed Afshar, Yashar, Lecturer III in Near Eastern Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Al-Ahdab, Mohamad, Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Artar, Ali O., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Bell, Jason P., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Bergman, Torrey C., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Bharali, Gautam, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Bucher, Rodney S., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 6, 2005 Bucholz, Jeffrey T., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology, Medical School, September 11, 2005 Cotton, Erica L., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 de Fernex, Tommaso, T. H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Eisengart, Jonathan A., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 6, 2005 Harrington, John J., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, July 20, 2005 Hossain, Afzal, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science, UM- Dearborn, April 30, 2005 Huls, Tara A., Clinical Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education and Human Services, UMFlint, July 31, 2005 Ion, Bodgan, T.H. Hildebrandt Research Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Lyng, Gregory D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Muscato, Mark A., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Parsons, Alta B., Lecturer in Foreign Languages, College of Arts and Sciences, UM- Flint, April 30, 2005 Patel, Sanjay V., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 6, 2005 Reynolds, David L., Jr., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Riskalla, Mona M., Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 31, 2005 Rossmanith, James A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Roush, William R., Warner-Lambert Park Davis Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, June 30, 2005 Scheper, Jeanne A., Lecturer in of Africana Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, UM- Flint, April 30, 2005 Shoosmith, John P., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Wu, Guojin, Assistant Professor of Finance, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2005 CORRECTION TO TERMINATION OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Tillinghast, Richard W., Professor of English, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired August 31, 2005 (previously reported as retired May 31, 2005) Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 10 retiring faculty members. Executive Vice President Kelch commented on the extraordinary 79

Page  80 September Meeting, 2005 careers of the five medical school faculty members who are retiring: Stanley Berent, Kenneth L. Casey, Bertram Pitt, Robert H. Bartlett, and Jeoffrey K. Stross. Robert H. Bartlett, M.D., professor of surgery in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005, after a most productive career. Dr. Bartlett received his B.A. degree from Albion College in 1960 and his M.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1963. He completed his residency training at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital from 1963-69, and was a National Institutes of Health trainee in academic surgery at Harvard Medical School from 1969-70. From 1970-80, he was on the faculty at the University of California-Irvine. Dr. Bartlett joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1980 as professor of surgery in the sections of general and thoracic surgery, and he served as director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, director of graduate education, and chief of the Trauma Burn/Critical Care Division. Dr. Bartlett is best known for the development of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, a modified heart-lung machine used for patients with acute heart or lung failure that has dramatically improved the survival rate for infants, children, and adults with this condition. His talents as an extraordinary investigator have been recognized throughout his career. He received 26 research grants, including 14 from the National Institutes of Health, served on the editorial boards of ten major medical journals, and wrote more than 300 articles in peer-reviewed publications. Within the University, Dr. Bartlett developed the Extracorpeal Life Support Program and a surgical critical care fellowship. Through his tutelage, hundreds of general surgery residents and critical care fellows have developed into leaders in surgery. For his preeminent contributions, Dr. Bartlett received numerous awards, including the Sheen Award for Research and the Jacobson Innovation Award from the American College of Surgeons, the Medal of Special Recognition from the National Academy of Surgery of France, the Medallion for Scientific Achievement from the American Surgical Association, and election to the National Academy of Science's Institute of Medicine. He served as president of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs and the International Society for Artificial Organs. The Regents now salute this faculty member by naming Robert H. Bartlett professor emeritus of surgery. Stanley Berent, Ph.D., professor of psychology in the Medical School, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and the School of Public Health, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Professor Berent received his B.S. degree from Old Dominion University in 1966, his M.S. degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1967, and his Ph.D. degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey in 1971. He completed his clinical internship and postdoctoral training at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in 1972 and served on the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University from 1967-79. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an associate professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry in 1979 and was promoted to professor in 1990. He received additional appointments in the Departments of Psychology (1981), Neurology (1986), and Environmental and Industrial Health (1994). A distinguished administrator, Professor Berent created one of the premier neuropsychology programs in any medical center. He initiated postdoctoral training programs in psychology and in neuropsychology and served as chief of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry. Active in faculty affairs, he served as chair of the Senate 80

Page  81 September Meeting, 2005 Advisory Committee on University Affairs, chair of the Senate Assembly, and presiding officer of the Faculty Senate. He was also a key leader at the Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Medical Center, where he initiated and oversaw the development of an accredited internship program, established a postdoctoral training program, served as chief of the psychology service, and founded and directed the neuropsychology program. Professor Berent has received numerous research grants and is the author of over 100 manuscripts, books, and book chapters. His awards include a "Merit Authorship Award" from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine in recognition of exemplary service and outstanding contributions to the field of occupational medicine, and election as a fellow of the American Psychological Association. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member for his dedicated service by naming Stanley Berent professor emeritus of psychology. Kenneth L. Casey, M.D., professor of molecular and integrative physiology and professor of neurology in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on August 31, 2005. Dr. Casey received his B.A. degree from Whitman College in 1957 and his M.D. degree from the University of Washington in 1961. He served his internship at the New York Hospital and pursued post-doctoral training in neurophysiology at the National Institutes of Health and at McGill University. Dr. Casey joined the University of Michigan faculty as assistant professor of physiology in 1966 and was promoted to associate professor in 1969. He received an additional appointment as associate professor of neurology in 1974, and was promoted to professor of neurology and professor of physiology in 1978. He also served as chief of the neurology service at the Ann Arbor Veterans Affairs Medical Center from 1980-2002. Throughout his career, Dr. Casey has contributed greatly to the vitality of the scholarly, educational, and clinical missions of the University of Michigan. His distinguished research career focused on central nervous system pain mechanisms, and his work includes seminal animal experimental studies of central nervous system pain function, important theoretical work on pain perception and the organization of central nervous system pain pathways, and groundbreaking human clinical studies of the functional anatomy of pain systems. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed publications and over 40 book chapters and edited 3 monographs. Dr. Casey has an outstanding record of service nationally and internationally as a journal editor, grant reviewer for the National Institutes of Health, and officer of major professional organizations. His honors include the John J. Bonica Distinguished Lectureship and Award from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine and the Distinguished Service Award and the Frederick W.L. Kerr Basic Science Research Award and Lectureship for lifetime achievement in basic science research from the American Pain Society. In 2002, Pfizer Inc. recognized Dr. Casey's contributions to neuroscience by endowing the Kenneth L. Casey Lectureship. The Regents now salute this faculty member by naming Kenneth L. Casey professor emeritus of molecular and integrative physiology and professor emeritus of neurology. Michael S. Flynn, Ph.D., research scientist in the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, retired from active faculty status on March 15, 2005. 81

Page  82 September Meeting, 2005 Dr. Flynn received his B.A. degree from the College of the Holy Cross in 1964 and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1968 and 1972, respectively. He joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1969 as a lecturer in sociology and was promoted to assistant professor in 1972. In 1976 he became a research associate and then senior research associate in the School of Education, and from 1981-85 he was associate research scientist in the Center for Japanese Studies. Dr. Flynn left the University in 1985 to join the Industrial Technology Institute. He returned in 1988 as a research scientist in the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, and was appointed director of the Office for the Study of Automotive Transportation in 2000. Dr. Flynn's work on manufacturing cost differences and manufacturer-supplier relationships for the joint U.S.-Japan automotive study became a critical early alert for companies in the U.S. industry as they faced stiffened global competition. On a U.S. State Department funded project for the Chinese automotive industry, Dr. Flynn's research shaped the parameters of Sino-U.S. automotive relationships. He directed the competitive assessment of the North American automotive industry for the Automotive Select Panel of the Free Trade Agreement with Canada, which formed the basis for recommendations to the president that influenced U.S. automotive trade policies with Canada and Mexico. He also led a series of projects that focused on important structural changes and tensions occurring in the automotive industry as traditional domestic manufacturers began to transfer engineering and research development responsibilities to suppliers and to rationalize the flow of product along the supply chain. Dr. Flynn, a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, has testified before the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the U.S. International Trade Commission on various aspects of industry competitiveness. He authored reports that provided the automotive industry with early warnings on critical human and organizational challenges, and he regularly contributes analytic articles to the general news media. The Board of Regents now salute this faculty member by naming Michael S. Flynn research scientist emeritus. William E. Kotowicz, D.D.S, Roy H. Roberts Professor of Dentistry and professor of dentistry in the School of Dentistry, retired from active faculty status on August 31, 2005. Dr. Kotowicz received his D.D.S and M.S. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1966 and 1968, respectively. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an assistant professor in 1969 and was promoted to associate professor in 1971 and professor in 1974. He was named the Roy H. Roberts Professor of Dentistry in 2004. A highly-respected administrator, Dr. Kotowicz served the School of Dentistry as interim dean (1987-89), senior associate dean (1989-95), acting dean (1995-96), and dean (1997-2003). During this time, he chaired the transition committee that orchestrated the successful reorganization of the school and initiated and implemented a successful community-based clinical education model involving the creation of five new partnerships in communities across the state. He also served on various University committees, including the Academic Program Group and the Health Sciences Council. Dr. Kotowicz has been a visiting professor at the University of California-San Francisco, the University of Zurich, and the Universitat Bern, Switzerland. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, a fellow in the Academy of Prosthodontics, and a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon and Phi Kappa Phi honorary 82

Page  83 September Meeting, 2005 societies. He is an active member of the American and International Associations for Dental Research, the American and Michigan Dental Associations, the Michigan Society of Prosthodontics, and the American Dental Education Association's Council of Deans. For his outstanding achievements, Dr. Kotowicz has received numerous awards, including the African American Alumni Award for support and commitment to diversity (2003), the Ida Gray Award for outstanding efforts in promoting multicultural ideals (2003), and honorary membership in Sigma Phi Alpha (2004), a dental hygienist academic honorary society. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member for his dedicated service by naming William E. Kotowicz professor emeritus of dentistry and dean emeritus. Martin L. Maehr, Ph.D., professor of education in the School of Education and professor of psychology in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Professor Maehr received his B.A. (1955) and M.Div. (1958) degrees from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, and his M.A. (1959) and Ph.D. (1960) degrees from the University of Nebraska. He served on the faculty at Concordia Senior College in Fort Wayne, Indiana from 1960-67 and at the University of Illinois from 1967-88. At the University of Illinois, Professor Maehr was chair of the Department of Educational Psychology (1970-75), associate dean for graduate and international programs in the College of Education (1975-77), research professor (1977-88), and associate director (1977-86) and director (1986-88) of the Institute for Child Behavior and Development. Professor Maehr joined the University of Michigan faculty as professor of education and professor of psychology in 1988, and he served as director of the combined program in education and psychology from 1989-92. Professor Maehr's research focused on motivation and achievement, school culture and climate, leadership and group processes, interpersonal relationships, and socio-cultural origins of achievement. He recently directed a research program on "Motivation and Achievement in Groups" funded by the Spencer Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the University of Michigan, and he is principal investigator of a research project on the measurement of motivation sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Professor Maehr has published more than 100 papers in scholarly journals and authored or co-authored several texts and widely used measurement instruments. He is also co-editor of a major book series: Advances in Motivation and Achievement. He has received numerous awards, fellowships, and research grants including a National Institutes of Mental Health special postdoctoral fellowship, a PEW Foundation resident fellowship at the Erasmus Institute, University of Notre Dame, and a special senior scholar fellowship at Leuven University, Belgium. The Regents salute this distinguished faculty member by naming Martin L. Maehr professor emeritus of education and professor emeritus of psychology. Bertram Pitt, M.D., professor of internal medicine in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Dr. Pitt received his B.A. degree from Cornell University in 1953 and his M.D. degree from the University of Basel, Switzerland, in 1959. Following his internship and residency at Beth Israel Hospital (1959-63), he served in the U.S. Army medical corps (1963-65) and on the faculty at The Johns Hopkins University (1966-77). He joined the 83

Page  84 September Meeting, 2005 University of Michigan faculty as professor and chief of the Division of Cardiology in 1977, and continued as chief until 1991. While building one of the most outstanding clinical and research divisions in the nation, Dr. Pitt carried on an active research career. He began a series of large clinical trials which have had a significant impact on the way we view current management of coronary heart disease and heart failure, including the Captopril-Digoxin Multicenter trial and the SOLVD trial, which helped establish the importance of ACE inhibitors in decreasing mortality and morbidity in heart failure. He made enormous contributions to research on the effects of lipid lowering and inhibiting endogenous deleterious neurohormones in heart failure, and he contributed over 400 peer-reviewed publications and numerous textbook chapters, editorials, and abstracts to the world's cardiovascular literature. His research has profoundly affected the way we view acute coronary syndromes, chronic heart failure, chronic coronary heart disease, imaging of ischemic heart disease, and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. In addition to his incomparable contributions to clinical cardiology, Dr. Pitt is a passionate teacher who has lectured to literally tens of thousands of physicians at extramural programs sponsored by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology and at numerous national meetings of cardiology professional societies. His work has had a profound effect on cardiology around the world; few individuals have had a more significant impact on current day cardiovascular diagnosis and therapeutics. The Regents now salute this distinguished health educator for his dedicated service by naming Bertram Pitt professor emeritus of internal medicine. Jeoffrey K. Stross, M.D., professor of internal medicine in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Dr. Stross received his B.S. and M.D. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1962 and 1967, respectively, and remained at Michigan for his internship and residency. He joined the faculty as an instructor in internal medicine in 1973, and was promoted to assistant professor in 1974, associate professor in 1979, and professor in 1987. From 1974-2001 he had an additional appointment in the Department of Post Graduate Medicine and Health Professions Education, advancing from assistant professor (1974) to associate professor (1977) to professor (1988). An accomplished administrator, Dr. Stross served as associate chair of the patient education program in the Department of Internal Medicine from 1983-94. In this role, he helped manage what has become one of the nation's preeminent departments of internal medicine. He also served on numerous committees, including the Executive Committee for Clinical Affairs, the University Hospital Executive Board, the Product Standardization Committee, and the Bed Utilization Committee. He chaired the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and served as associate chief of clinical affairs for clinical operation. During this time, Dr. Stross also pursued his research in continuing medical education. His work defining how physicians learn via the so-called "educationally influential physician" is viewed as one of the seminal contributions in the field and was published in the leading journals, including The Journal of the American Medical Association, The New England Journal of Medicine, and the Annals of Internal Medicine. Whether on the wards or in the classroom, Dr. Stross was always available, always willing, and always committed to enhancing the quality of care, the quality of teaching, 84

Page  85 September Meeting, 2005 and the quality of faculty in the Department of Internal Medicine. Countless medical students and residents have benefited from his clinical knowledge and skill, as have countless patients. He will have a lasting influence on the department, its faculty, and its students. The Regents now salute this faculty member by naming Jeoffrey K. Stross professor emeritus of internal medicine. Dennis F. Turner, D.D.S., clinical professor of dentistry and assistant dean for patient services in the School of Dentistry, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Dr. Turner received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Michigan in 1966 and his M.B.A. degree from The Pennsylvania State University in 1987. He served in the U.S. Air Force dental corps from 1966-68, worked in private practice from 1968-80, and was a senior research fellow at The Pennsylvania State University from 1980-82. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as a clinical instructor in 1982 and was promoted to adjunct lecturer in 1986, assistant professor in 1988, clinical associate professor in 1993, and clinical professor in 2002. He was also an assistant research scientist from 1984-87. Dr. Turner directed numerous clinical and didactic courses and was director of preclinical sciences (1988-90) and patient services (1990-91) and assistant dean for patient services (1991-2005). In these capacities, he designed and implemented the integrated preclinical science program, the patient/student monitoring system, a centralized record program, and the new D-3 clinical program, and he directed the design and implementation of the vertical integrated clinic program for the predoctoral educational program. An active researcher, he received several grants from the National Institute of Dental Research. His research has been published in the finest neuroscience journals, including Brain Research and Journal of Comparative Neurology, and he authored several chapters in Oral Development and Histology. Dr. Turner served on a number of school and university committees and on the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Dental Association, the American Association for Dental Research, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Dental Education Association, and has held several elected offices in organized dentistry. He has been instrumental in several public health initiatives and received awards from both the American Dental Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Regents salute this distinguished health sciences educator by naming Dennis F. Turner clinical professor emeritus of dentistry. Charles H. Williams, Jr., Ph.D., professor of biological chemistry in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on June 30, 2005. Professor Williams received his B.S. degree from the University of Maryland in 1956 and his Ph.D. degree from Duke University in 1961. From 1961-63, he pursued postdoctoral studies at the University of Sheffield, England. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an instructor in 1963 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1966, associate professor in 1970, and professor in 1979. He was appointed a research chemist at the Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Hospital in 1963 and was promoted to supervisory research chemist in 1974 and research career scientist in 1978. 85

Page  86 September Meeting, 2005 Professor Williams' entire career has been dedicated to the study of one family of flavoenzymes, which are enzymes containing the B-vitamin riboflavin. For the past 12 years, he applied his vast knowledge of this enzyme family to the development of a much needed new malaria prophylactic. This incredible effort required Professor Williams to coordinate six laboratories, both in this country and abroad. His work has resulted in the publication of 107 papers in prestigious peer-reviewed journals. In addition to his research, Professor Williams taught the biochemistry course for medical students for thirty years as well as several courses in the graduate program. He trained twelve graduate students and twenty postdoctoral fellows, many of whom have gone on to distinguished positions in academia. Professor Williams has served on numerous advisory groups, including the Research and Development Committee at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Biomedical Research Council of the Medical School. He served as coordinator for research at the Veterans Administration Medical Center from 1977-79. For his outstanding contributions, Professor Williams received the Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award and the Council's Choice Award for outstanding contributions to the Inteflex Program. The Regents now salute this distinguished biochemist for his dedicated service by naming Charles H. Williams, Jr., professor emeritus of biological chemistry. Memorials. Vice President Churchill reported the deaths of two active faculty members, Carol T. Mowbray and Mei-Yu Yu. Regent Maynard commented that she had known Carol Mowbray, and that she was not only a fine researcher, but was very committed to working in the community and making a difference. The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of Carol T. Mowbray, professor of social work and associate professor of psychology. Professor Mowbray died on August 23, 2005, at the age of 57. A leading researcher on psychosocial rehabilitation, Professor Mowbray earned her B.S. degree (psychology and mathematics) and her M.S. degree (psychology) from Tufts University, and her Ph.D. degree in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan. She joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1994 as associate professor of social work and was promoted to professor in 2000. From 1996 --2001, she was the associate dean for research at the School of Social Work, and from 2003 until her death, she was co-director of the school's Center for Poverty, Risk, and Mental Health. Before joining the University of Michigan faculty, Professor Mowbray was an associate professor and director of the research office at the Wayne State University School of Social Work and a clinical professor of ecological/community psychology at Michigan State University. For nearly a decade earlier in her career, Professor Mowbray was the director of research and demonstration projects for the Bureau of Program Development and Quality Assurance at the Michigan Department of Mental Health. Prior to that, she held several positions as an evaluator for the Michigan Department of Mental Health. Professor Mowbray was a prolific author, contributing more than 130 scientific articles, chapters, and books. The recipient of numerous awards, she was honored most recently as the 2005 recipient of the American Psychological Association's Harold Hildreth Award, given annually to a senior professional whose career and accomplishments embody the highest principles of public service. The U.S. Psychiatric 86

Page  87 September Meeting, 2005 Rehabilitation Association also recently honored her by renaming its Early Career Research Award the Carol T. Mowbray Award. As we mourn the loss of this distinguished researcher, colleague, teacher, and mentor, our condolences go to her children, Orion and Nickolas Mowbray. The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of Mei-Yu Yu, research associate professor in the School of Nursing, who died on August 1, 2005, at the age of 61. Dr. Yu was highly regarded for her work in women's health, cancer screening promotion, and international health promotion and for her leadership in Asian-American communities. In 1996, she founded the Healthy Asian American Project (HAAP) to improve the overall health status of Asian Americans and to reduce health disparities through research, education, and promotion. Under her direction, HAAP became a tremendous success, with funding and support gained from the Michigan Department of Community Health, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, and the National Cancer Institute. The project organized many health promotion and screening events and trained more than 300 lay health advisors and other volunteers to improve access to and utilization of early cancer screening among Asian Americans. In 2003, Dr. Yu expanded the scope of HAAP and initiated the International Health Promotion Project to promote the early detection of breast cancer in China and to link faculty and students at the University of Michigan with Chinese universities and hospitals. The project funded and organized the 2005 International Symposium on Breast Cancer in Tianjing, China, and sponsored the training of many Chinese nurses. Dr. Yu received her M.D. degree from Shanghai First Medical University in 1968 and was a physician in Changsha, China, from 1968-81. She came to the United States in 1981 to study at the University of Texas at Austin and recieved her Ph.D. degree in sociology in 1986. After completing her postdoctoral work in 1988, Dr. Yu joined the University of Michigan faculty, where she introduced numerous research and teaching projects in the School of Nursing, mentored more than 30 postdoctoral fellows and graduate and undergraduate students, and received over $2 million in research grants. She was the author of more than 50 publications, including four book chapters. Dr. Yu served on the Asian American/Pacific Islander Advisory Council for the Komen Foundation and as Michigan chair for the National Asian Women's Health Organization, and was active in numerous other national and local professional and health awareness organizations. As we mourn the loss of this distinguished researcher, our condolences go to her husband, Bo-nan Jiang; her children, Bo and Hao Jing; her son-in-law, Futeh Kao; and her granddaughters, Camille and Simona Kao. Degrees. There are no actions with respect to degrees this month. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. Regent Deitch left the meeting at this point. 87

Page  88 September Meeting, 2005 2005-2006 All Campus Budget Book Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the 2005-2006 budget book that provides details of the budget approved at the July meeting. The University of Michigan Financial Statements for the Year Ended June 30, 2005 Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the consolidated financial statements for fiscal year 2005, as well as separate audited financial statements for the Hospitals and Health Centers, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Michigan Health Corporation, M-CARE, and the Veritas Insurance Corporation. He noted that the Finance, Audit and Investment Committee had reviewed the statements at their meeting, and they will be submitted for approval at the October meeting. Alternative Asset Commitments (Westbrook Real Estate Fund, VI, L.P.; Lime Rock Resources, L.P.; JOG Limited Partnership III; Russia Partners II, L.P.; TDF Capital China II, L.P.) On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents approved the following investments from the Long Term Portfolio: Commitment of $20 million to Westbrook Real Estate Fund VI, L.P.; $25 million to Lime Rock Resources, L.P.; $10 million (Canadian funds) to JOG Limited Partnership III; $15 million to Russia Partners II, L.P.; and $10.0 million to TDF Capital China II, L.P. Athletic Department Alumni Field Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Athletic Department Alumni Field Renovation Project as described and authorized commissioning HOK Sport + Venue + Event, Inc. for its design. Athletic Department Fisher Stadium Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Athletic Department Fisher Stadium Renovation Project as described, and authorized commissioning HOK Sport + Venue + Event, Inc. for its design. Michigan Stadium 2006 Concrete Repairs On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the Michigan Stadium 2006 Concrete Repairs Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. 88

Page  89 September Meeting, 2005 Naming of the New Drama Center in honor of Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved designating the new drama center building the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Drama Center. President Coleman noted that this building will house the Arthur Miller Theatre, and will be the only facility in the country that will be named in honor of Arthur Miller. Hoover Avenue Heating Plant Boiler Replacement On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the Hoover Avenue Heating Plant Boiler Replacement Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Bursley Residence Hall 2006 Infrastructure Updates and Dining Improvements On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the Bursley Residence Hall 2006 Infrastructure Updates and Dining Improvements Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Mosher-Jordan Hall Renovation and Hill Dining Center Executive Vice President Slottow noted that this project will be the first major, deep renovation of this residence hall, which dates back to 1930. He introduced Mr. Geoffrey Wooding from Goody Clancy & Associates to present the schematic design. Mr. Wooding displayed site maps and detailed plans for each level of the structure, including a cross-section of the building that indicates the security features separating the residence hall private living space from the public, common areas of the dining facility. He noted that the dining center would be as transparent and light and unobtrusive as possible in order to respect the historic architecture of the building it adjoins. The current loading zone will be relocated to a more unobtrusive spot, and the current dining hall in Mosher-Jordan would become classroom and seminar spaces. He displayed several renderings of the new dining center, as well as an architectural model. Mr. Wooding said that the new dining center is intended to service the "Hill" residence halls of Stockwell, Mosher-Jordan, Alice Lloyd, and Couzens, but any student would be allowed to use it. It was noted that the other halls will retain a limited food service capacity for providing off-hours snacks. Regent Newman commented that the Regents were told there may be some deed restrictions on a small portion of the land designated for the Hill Dining Center dating back to the early 1900s, and asked Vice President Krislov if this is cause for concern. Vice President Krislov responded that there are some very old deed restrictions in the original grant dating from around 1910. However, the Office of the General Counsel has analyzed the documents and the law and has concluded that to the extent that deed restrictions were originally in place at this proposed site, they have been waived many decades ago by University use and practice. So the general counsel's office is confident 89

Page  90 September Meeting, 2005 that there are no deed restrictions that would raise legal concerns about this project at the proposed location. Mr. Woody responded to questions from Regent McGowan about aesthetic considerations regarding the exhaust stack on the new building. He noted that architects are working with engineers on mechanical and architectural means for addressing this design challenge. In response to a question from Regent Richner about operational expenses associated with the new facility, Executive Vice President Slottow emphasized that significant operational efficiencies will be gained through consolidating the four major hill dining operations into one facility. Regent Maynard moved approval of the schematic design for the Mosher-Jordan Hall Renovation and Hill Dining Center Project as presented at the meeting. Regent Newman seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. Oxford Housing Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Oxford Housing Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) East Ann Arbor Health Center Geriatric Clinic Renovations On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the Geriatric Clinic Renovations Project as described, authorized commissioning the architectural firm of HarleyEllis for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Linear Accelerator Replacement On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the UMHHC University Hospital Linear Accelerator Replacement Project as described, authorized commissioning of the architectural firm of Integrated Design Solutions for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Medical Science Unit I Anechoic Chamber Relocation Renovations On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Medical Science Unit I Anechoic Chamber Relocation Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. 90

Page  91 September Meeting, 2005 Biomedical Science Research Building Animal Imaging Facility On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Biomedical Science Research Building Animal Imaging Facility project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes nine conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. It was decided that eight of the items would be considered as a group, and one involving Athletic Director William C. Martin would be voted on separately. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the following eight items. Purchasing Contract with Kaleidoscope Graphic Design The Regents approved a purchasing contract with Kaleidoscope Graphic Design for graphic design services for the Rackham Development Office. Because Rose Anderson, sole owner of Kaleidoscope Graphic Design, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Rackham Development Office and Kaleidoscope Graphic Design. 2. The services provided are graphic design services through June 30, 2008, in the amount of $6,000. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Ms. Anderson, a University of Michigan employee, is sole owner of Kaleidoscope Graphic Design. Payment to Sharon VanRiper The Regents approved a payment to Sharon VanRiper for a rental house for a visiting professor. Because Ms. VanRiper is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Center for Theoretical Physics and Sharon VanRiper. 2. The service provided is house rental for 22 nights in the amount of $1,200. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Ms. VanRiper, a University of 91

Page  92 September Meeting, 2005 employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Opteos, Inc. 2. The agreement terms include a total subcontract to the University of $225,000 for the period September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2006. Since research agreements are often amended, the agreement includes provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interests arise from the fact that Drs. Whitaker and Sarabandi, University of Michigan employees, have an ownership interest in Opteos, Inc. Option Agreement with ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc. The Regents approved an option agreement with ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc., for "A Tip-Less Electron Field Emission Technology using BN Coated Surface and MEMS Based Gate Structures" (UM File No. 2988). Because Drs. Brian Gilchrist and Alec Gallimore, partial owners of ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc., are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc. 2. The option terms include giving ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc., a one-year, exclusive option to negotiate an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc. will reimburse patent costs during the term of the agreement and would pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs if the option is exercised and a license is executed. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interests arise from the fact that Drs. Gilchrist and Gallimore, University of Michigan employees, are partial owners of ElectroDynamic Applications, Inc. They have waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University, and Dr. Gallimore is not an inventor on the above referenced invention. License Agreement with McCreadie Group, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with McCreadie Group, Inc., for "WebIDS" (UM OTT File No. 3138). Because Mr. Scott McCreadie and Dr. Barbara McCreadie have an ownership interest in McCreadie Group, Inc. and are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 92

Page  93 September Meeting, 2005 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and McCreadie Group, Inc. 2. License terms include giving McCreadie Group an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. McCreadie Group will pay a royalty on sales, and the University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interests arise from the fact that Mr. McCreadie and Dr. McCreadie, University of Michigan employees, have ownership interest in McCreadie Group, Inc. Mr. McCreadie has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University, and Dr. McCreadie is not an inventor on the technology being licensed. Amendment to License Agreement with Michigan Critical Care Consultants, Inc. The Regents approved an amendment to a license agreement with Michigan Critical Care Consultants, Inc., for "Biocatalytic Generation of Nitric Oxide" (UM OTT File No. 1937pl) and "Multi-Functional Biocompatible Coatings for Intravascular Devices" (UM OTT File No. 2936). Because Dr. Robert Bartlett has ownership interest in Michigan Critical Care Consultants and is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Michigan Critical Care Consultants, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreement will add two technologies to Michigan Critical Care Consultants' current exclusive right to grant sublicenses. Michigan Critical Care Consultants will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs, and the University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Bartlett, a University of Michigan employee, has ownership interest in Michigan Critical Care Consultants, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Research Agreement with Pipex, Inc. The Regents approved a research agreement with Pipex, Inc., to assist with the development of antifibrotic and anti-inflammatory studies of ammonium tetrathiomolybdate. Because Dr. George Brewer has ownership interest in Pipex and is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of 93

Page  94 September Meeting, 2005 Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Pipex, Inc. 2. Under this agreement, $1,378,500 is anticipated to cover the period June 1, 2005 through May 31, 2008. Since research agreements are often amended, the agreement includes provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Medical School Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Brewer, a University of Michigan employee, has ownership interest in Pipex, Inc. Subcontract Agreement with University Renal Research Education Association (URREA) The Regents approved a subcontract agreement with University Renal Research Association (URREA) to provide services for year two of a project funded by a grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Because Dr. Robert A. Wolfe, vice-president of biostatistics at URREA, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and University Renal Research Education Association (URREA). 2. The terms of the agreement conform to University policy. The project at the University is to be conducted over an initial twelve month period at an estimated total cost of $688,250 including indirect cost at the University's negotiated federal indirect cost rate. The agreement contains a provision allowing for amendment by mutual agreement of the parties. University procedures for approval of changes will be followed, and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Wolfe, a University of Michigan employee, is vice-president of biostatistics at URREA. Lease Agreement with William C. Martin On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents approved a lease agreement with William C. Martin for approximately 4,000 square feet of space located at 555 South Forest Avenue. Because Mr. Martin is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statue. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and William C. Martin. 2. The service to be provided is the execution of a lease agreement for approximately 4,000 square feet in a building at 555 South Forest Avenue (also known as 1301 South University Avenue) in Ann Arbor from October 1, 2005 through June 30, 2008. The 94

Page  95 September Meeting, 2005 monthly rental rate is $3,667 from October 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006, and $7,333 per month for the remainder of the term. Tenant will be responsible for gas and electric usage plus janitorial service and for improvements to the space that will not exceed $50,000. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Martin, a University of Michigan employee, is owner of the property being leased. Revision of Regents' Bylaw 11.60. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Functions On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved revisions to Regents' Bylaw 11.60 to change the appointment authority for the Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives from the Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics to the president, as noted below: Sec. 11.60. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Functions The Advisory Board will function as advisor to the director on the program in intercollegiate athletics. The director will seek and consider the advice of the Advisory Board on all major financial and policy decisions with respect to the program on intercollegiate athletics. Upon the request of the Advisory Board, the president will meet with the Advisory Board at least once in each of the fall and winter semesters. Subject only to the ultimate authority of the president and the Board of Regents, the Advisory Board will make, adopt, and enforce the necessary rules and regulations governing all questions pertaining to the eligibility of players, intercollegiate relations, and membership in associations of universities and colleges organized for the regulation of athletics. The Advisory Board president will appoint the University representative in the Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives after seeking nominees from the Advisory Board, the appointment to be approved by the Senate Assembly, and others, and after consultation with the Advisory Board. Such representative will be a member of the University Senate and, will hold office for a term of five years and may serve unlimited terms. The Advisory Board will report all of its official actions, through the president to the Board of Regents for approval, and will report annually to the University Senate, through the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. At any time, the Advisory Board may consult with the University Senate through its advisory committee; and at any time, the Senate Advisory Committee may request full information on matters within the province of the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board will at all times receive and consider recommendations from the University Senate and petitions from the student body. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 4:15 p.m. The Regents heard comments from the following people on the topic of amending the Regents Bylaws to include a nondiscrimination statement regarding gender identity or expression: Bruce Frier, faculty member, Russell Stambaugh, alumnus and director of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, Jaya Kalra, student, Denise Brogan, student, and Liz Goodnick, student. They heard comments from the following individuals on the topics indicated: Bonnie Halloran, faculty member and president of the Lecturers' Employee Organization, on ongoing lecturer concerns about School of Art and Design policies; Cristina Mezuk, alumna, on School of Art and Design curriculum changes; Jim Mogensen, citizen, on town-gown relationship updates; James Shields, citizen, on food service improvement; Alice Ralph, alumna and member of the Washtenaw County Historic District Commission, on the Gordon Hall Historic District; 95

Page  96 September Meeting, 2005 and Allie Dakroub, student, on formation of a committee to investigate military investments in Israel. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:00 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for October 21, 2005. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 96

Page  97 OCTOBER MEETING, 2005 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor October 21, 2005 The Regents convened at 2:10 p.m. in the Happenings Rooms, Harding Mott University Center Building, on the campus of the University of Michigan-Flint. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President Churchill, Interim Provost Gramlich, Executive Vice President Kelch, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, and Vice President Wilbanks. Regent McGowan and Vice Presidents Harper, Krislov, and Ulaby were absent. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order and thanked Chancellor Mestas and the Flint Campus community for their warm welcome. President's Opening Remarks President Coleman noted that during the past week the University had hosted a number of dignitaries: Bill Gates, of Microsoft Corporation; Paul Rusesabagina, who saved more than 1200 people from genocide in Rwanda in 1994 and was awarded the University's 2005 Wallenberg Medal; the soprano, Renee Fleming, who performed Strauss's "Daphne" at Hill Auditorium; and the actress Joan Copeland and producer Robert Miller, sister and son, respectively, of alumnus and playwright Arthur Miller, who attended a ceremony naming the Charles R. Walgreen Drama Center and Arthur Miller Theatre. She also noted that former vice president Al Gore would be delivering a lecture on campus on Monday. President Coleman noted that the Flint Campus is celebrating its "Golden anniversary", and she commended the campus for its contributions to Genesee County, the state, and the nation. She noted that the strong bonds with the community that are the hallmark of the campus would continue under the new strategic plan to be presented by Chancellor Mestas. Finally, President Coleman called attention to the plans for the Stephen M. Ross School of Business that were to be presented that day to the Board. The new facility is designed to support the action-based learning curriculum that is the hallmark of the school. Flint Campus Strategic Plan Chancellor Mestas welcomed the Regents and executive officers to the campus, and noted also that a number of leaders from the greater Flint community were in attendance. He then gave a presentation on the University of Michigan-Flint strategic plan for 2005-2010, entitled "Engaging Minds, Preparing Leaders." He noted that the plan sets an enrollment goal of 8,000 students by 2010, which is a challenging goal given the current enrollment of about 6,300. 97

Page  98 October Meeting, 2005 Chancellor Mestas presented the campus's mission statement: "The Flint campus of the University of Michigan is a community of diverse learners and scholars, where students from this region and beyond prepare for leadership, achievement, and service through interactive instruction in the arts, sciences, humanities, and professions. Our mission rests on three pillars: excellence in teaching, learning, and scholarship; student-centeredness; and engaged citizenship. Our students become leaders in their fields, in their professions, and in their communities." Chancellor Mestas expounded on how the strategic plan will fulfill the campus's mission. He noted that the campus has been a crucial element in the city of Flint since its founding, providing hope for the future and vitality to the downtown area. President Coleman complimented Chancellor Mestas on the Flint Campus' successful efforts at increasing enrollment. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reported that the committee had met that morning with Erik Lundberg, chief investment officer, to review the outcomes of the University's investments through June 30, 2005. He reported that the University Investment Pool currently totals $7 billion. The endowment fund portion of that pool exceeds $4.9 billion, and the working capital fund is nearly $1.5 billion. For the year ending June 30, 2005, the Long Term Portfolio exceeded the University's custom benchmark (14.1%) and the top quartile of University endowments (13.6%), having achieved a 19.1% annual return. For three years, the University achieved nearly 15% annualized return compared to the custom benchmark of 10.5% and 11.7% for the top quartile of university endowments. The University also beat other benchmarks in its investment performance. Regent Brandon praised Mr. Lundberg and his staff for their achievements; and a round of applause followed. Regent Brandon reported that the committee had also met with Associate Vice President Peggy Norgren, University Controller Cheryl Soper, and Carol Senneff, executive director of University Audits regarding progress on implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley compliant audit procedures. The committee then met with Ms. Senneff to receive the regular bimonthly internal audit update, and met privately with her to ensure she is receiving the proper level of institutional commitment and support from management, and she confirmed that this was the case. Finally, the committee received the Hospitals and Health Centers quarterly report and learned that the HHC is ahead of budget for the first quarter. The committee also worked on finalizing its schedule and work plan for 2006. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that the committee had been updated by the provost and president on all of the ongoing searches for deans and directors and were updated on the status of the various collective bargaining agreements that are underway. They were updated by Associate Vice President Laurita Thomas about the University's new classification initiative. He said that because the new system represents a huge change in the classification system, it would be advisable that this topic be presented to the whole board at some point. The 98

Page  99 October Meeting, 2005 committee received a draft calendar for the remainder of 2005 and calendar year 2006, and plans to discuss it at the next meeting. The Regents then turned to the consent agenda. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of September 15, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Plant Extension Report, the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report, and the Regents' Report on Non-competitive Purchases over $5,000 from Single Sources, June 16 through September 15, 2005. Litigation Report. The Regents received the Litigation Report. Research Report. The Regents received the report of projects established, September 1 - August 31, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. Executive Vice President Kelch had no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. There was no report from the Division of Student Affairs. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little reported that construction of the Greenways Trail has been completed and there would be a formal opening on October 29, 2005. He said that the trail provides access to the campus on foot or by bicycle as well as access to nature areas that are not normally accessible. Chancellor Little also described a recent initiative of the campus's Institute for Local Government, to provide a training program on hate crime for local elected officials. University of Michigan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas introduced Mr. Tim Herman, president and CEO of the Genesee Area Focus Council, and Mr. Ridgeway White, who gave a presentation on economic development activities in downtown Flint. Michigan Student Assembly Report. Jesse Levine, president of MSA, reported on activities of MSA. He noted that the Ann Arbor City Council had recently created a new committee, the "University of Michigan Student Assembly-City Council Joint Committee." The purpose of this committee is to generate ideas that will improve conditions for students, particularly with respect to off-campus housing. He also reported that MSA would be contacting over 600 former MSA leaders to develop a relationship with them as alumni. He then introduced Benjamin Hoffman, president of the UM-Flint Student Government Council. Mr. Hoffman described recent activities of 99

Page  100 October Meeting, 2005 Earl B. Abramson, Highland Park, Illinois for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Knight Aldrich, Charlottesville, Virginia 2,645 shares of various corporate common stock for the Knight Aldrich Charitable Gift Annuity and for the Michael S. Aldrich Sleep Medicine in Neurology Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Medical School..................... 123,097 Robert Alpern Trust 898 shares of Commercial Federal Corporation common stock for support in the Medical School...................................................... 30,478 A. L. S. Association, Calabasas Hills, California for research in the Medical School...................................................... 11,400 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................................... 45,118 American Medical Association Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for scholarships in the Medical School.................................................... 10,800 Herbert and Carol Amster Family Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Federation of Washtenaw, Ann Arbor for the Herbert S. and Carol L. Amster Endowed Lupus Research Fund and for the KEC Building Development Fund and other support in the Kellogg Eye Cente and for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Medical School, and the School of Music................................................................. 27,000 Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the Medical School...................................................... 12,000 Applied Materials Corporation, Santa Clara, California for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 60,000 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School................................................. 58,375 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................28,000 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, Detroit for the 2005 McDevitt Excellence in Research Award in the School of Public Health.............. 10,000 Alvin M. Bentley Foundation, Owosso for the Alvin M. and Arvella D. Bentley Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................ 56,250 Henry W. and Marion H. Bloch Foundation, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri for the Marion H. and Henry W. Bloch Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................. 25,000 Norman R. Bodine, Clinton, Washington 450 shares of United Technologies Corporation common stock for the Ralph B. Bodine Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 23,094 Boeing Company, Chicago, Illinois for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 15,000 Boeing Defense & Space Group, Seattle, Washington for scholarships in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 14,000 William K. Brehm, McLean, Virginia for the Brehm Center Construction Fund in the Medical School............................... 500,000 M. Lynn Woodruff Brennan, Auburndale, Massachusetts for the Mary Huntington Woodruff Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................................... 20,000 Margaret P. Brinkerhoff, Ann Arbor for the James F. Brinkerhoff Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business......... 33,000 Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Princeton, New Jersey for the Bristol-Myers Graduate Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........ 38,000 Britton Family Trust for the Maxwell E. Britton Endowment Herbarium Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................. 67,000 John T. Buck Trust for the Golf Hole Endowment Fund in the Department of Athletics.......................... 10,000 Bud Van Lines, Somerset, New Jersey for the Scleroderma Research Fund in the Medical School................................. 10,000 Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for research in the Medical School................................................ 113,108 Brian P. Campbell, Ann Arbor for support in the Medical School.................................................. 10,000 Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland for research in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy............................... 50,000 100

Page  101 October Meeting, 2005 Marilynn J. Cason, Evanston, Illinois 600 shares of DeVry, Inc., common stock for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,875 Wai-Tsin Chang, Danville, California for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Fund in the College of Engineering........... 100,000 Collins & Aikman Foundation, Troy for research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................................... 15,000 Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for WUOM.....................................................................50,000 Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint for scholarships at the University of Michigan-Flint....................................... 85,245 Conrad Charitable Foundation, Northville for the Conrad Charitable Foundation Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Dearborn...... 15,000 George H. Cress, Ann Arbor 300 shares of Keycorp common stock for the Otto Gago, M.D. Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School................. 10,010 Carolyn L. Crosby, Fort Wayne, Indiana for the Carolyn L. Crosby Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Child and Family Life Fund.......................................................... 50,000 Dance Marathon, Ann Arbor for support in the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital......................................... 135,449 DENSO North America Foundation, Southfield for research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................................... 50,000 Directed Energy Professional Society, Albuquerque, New Mexico for scholarships in the College of Engineering........................................... 10,000 Bill and Molly Dobson Fund of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Mary Hunter Dobson Scholarship Fund in the Center for the Education of Women, the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the University Musical Society................................................. 10,000 Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana for research and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................. 11,000 Excelda Manufacturing, Brighton for research in the Medical School..................................................... 10,000 Russell H. Fifield Trust for support in the Kellogg Eye Center........................................... 100,000 Sara J. Fitzgerald, Falls Church, Virginia for the Student Publication Building Fund............................................... 25,000 Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn for support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and for employee matching gifts.............. 16,021 J. L. French Family Foundation, Sheboygan, Wisconsin for the Jeanna French Nurse Scientist Fund in the School of Nursing, in memory of Jeanna French..... 92,500 J. Alan Galbraith, Washington, D. C. for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,000 Richard T. Garrett, Cleveland, Ohio 1,543 shares of Kellogg Company common stock for the Holtom-Garrett Family Professorship in Neurology in the Medical School......................................... 70,507 Joseph M. Geisinger Trust for the Joseph M. Geisinger Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering..................... 720,000 General Motors Foundation, Detroit for employee matching gifts....................................................... 27,281 Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation, Midland for the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation Fellowship Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and for the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation Fund in the College of Engineering............................................................. 500,000 Hilda F. Hamburger Trust for the Hilda and Joel Hamburger M.D. Scholarship Fund in the Medical School.................. 35,000 Beverly Lannquist Hamilton, Avon, Connecticut for the Study Abroad Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................. 18,000 David Handleman, Bloomfield Hills 3,600 shares of Handleman Company common stock for research in the Medical School................................................... 50,220 Leroy and Eleanor Harvey Living Trust for the Frank C. and Margaret T. Gates Student Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................ 43,788 Heatcraft, Grenada, Mississippi for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 10,000 Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 25,000 101

Page  102 October Meeting, 2005 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Menlo Park, California for research in the School of Education............................................. 345,000 Hewlett-Packard Company, Palo Alto, California for research and other support in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts.........41,328 James B. Hudak, Orinda, California for research in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.................................... 10,000 James R. Irwin, Ann Arbor for support in the School of M usic....................................................... 10,000 Japan Medical Materials Corporation, Osaka, Japan for the Hom-Lay Wang Endowed Collegiate Professorship in the School of Dentistry...............29,985 Lloyd and Mabel Johnson Foundation, Brighton for research in the College of Engineering................................................. 15,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research in the School of Public Health and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy..........194,655 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the M edical School....................................................... 82,101 Max Kade Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for research and scholarships in the School of Dentistry and the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts..................................................................51,500 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for research and other support in the Schools of Education, Public Health, and Social Work..........389,318 Stephen Kemp, Whitmore Lake for the Robert and Evelyn Kemp Fund in the College of Engineering............................ 10,000 Ernest 0. Kirkendall Trust for support in the College of Engineering.................................................. 25,000 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund...................................................... 14,852 Bonnie and Al Koch Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for support in the Department of Athletics................................................. 10,000 A. Rama Krishna, Greenwich, Connecticut 275 shares of Cavco Industries, Inc., common stock for the Tomoko Shoji Krishna Summer Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature Science, and the Arts..........................................................10,014 Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico for the M useum for Arts...............................................................20,000 Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for Michigan Journalism Fellows Program in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.... 40,625 Patricia Y. Lowrey, Grand Junction, Colorado 378 shares of Ametek, Inc., common stock for support in the Center for the Education of Women and for the George H. Lowrey M.D. Pediatric Endocrinology Fund in the Medical School.................... 15,121 John and Pat Lunden Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for scholarships in the Department of Athletics............................................. 50,000 Masco Corporation, Taylor for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, and W UOM......................................................... 26,555 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 3,500 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project................................................ 259,073 Medtronic, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the Medical School...................53,000 Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington for research in the School of Information.................................................. 15,000 Stuart A. Miller Family Foundation, Inc., Miami, Florida for the Stuart A. M iller Fund........................................................... 100,000 Mitchell and Diane Mondry Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit, Bloomfield Hills for the Mitchell A. Mondry Entrepreneurial Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................................................ 10,000 Patricia P. Morrissey, Richland for the Vaughn Morrissey M.D. and Leona Morrissey R.N. Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint.................................................... 10,000 Evelyn M. Murray Estate for the Evelyn Murray Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...................100,000 John M. Nannes, Bethesda, Maryland for support in the Law School........................................................ 25,000 National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Great Neck, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 30,000 102

Page  103 October Meeting, 2005 Nobel Biocare USA, LLC, Yorba Linda, California forsupportinthe School ofDentistry............................................. 52,500 North Shore University of Michigan Alumni Club, Wilmette, Illinois for scholarships in the School of Education........................................... 22,995 Edward C. Olson, Fort Myers, Florida 2,000 shares of National City Corporation common stock for the Edward C. and Joan M. Olson Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefitofthe College ofLiterature, Science, andtheArts...................................73,370 Omenn-Darling Family Advised Fund of the Seattle Foundation Trust Fund, Seattle, Washington for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music................... 10,000 Todd Ouida Children's Foundation of the Community Foundation of New Jersey, River Edge, New Jersey for support intheMedical School...................................................... 10,000 Pfizer, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 18,487 Polk Brothers Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Michigan in Washington Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 10,000 Power Foundation, Kalamazoo for the Sadye Harwick Power Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 28,600 Pryor Foundation, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania for the Millard H. Pryor, Jr., Global Scholars Fund in the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts............................................25,000 John A. Pursley, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania for the John Ardell Pursley Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the John Ardell Pursley Scholarship in the Chemical Engineering in the College of Engineering......... 10,000 Redlich Horwitz Foundation, Saddle River, New Jersey for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................... 30,000 Retina Research Foundation, Houston, Texas forresearch inthe Medical School...................................................... 22,500 James E. Richards, Ann Arbor for the James W. and Helen Marie Richards Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the James W. Richards Scholarship Endowment Fund in the College of Pharmacy......... 25,000 Thomas Safran and Associates, Los Angeles, California for the Thomas Safran Family Endowment Fund............................................ 25,000 Charles F. Sawyer, Maple Plain, Minnesota for the Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr. Fund in the College of Engineering.......................... 18,750 Sally W. Sawyer, Carmel Valley, California for the Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr. Fund in the College of Engineering.......................... 18,750 Susan C. Sawyer, Stamford, Connecticut for the Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr. Fund in the College of Engineering.......................... 18,750 Priscilla A. Schwartz Living Trust for the Priscilla A. Schwartz Scholarship Fund in the School of Nursing........................ 250,000 Robert D. Scott, Mason, Ohio for the Robert D. Scott Endowment Fund in the College of Engineering......................... 25,000 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, New York for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................. 45,000 Herbert E. Sloan, Ann Arbor for the Herbert E. Sloan Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Nichols Arboretum........................................ 25,000 David H. Smith, Irvine, California forsupportinthe College ofEngineering................................................ 25,000 Raymond C. Smith Foundation Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for support at the University of Michigan............................................ 50,171 Susan M. Smith Trust for the Margaret Waterman Endowed Scholarship Fund...................................... 10,000 Henry Smithies, Greenville, Delaware 4,000 shares of E.I. DuPont deNemours & Company common stock and a cash gift for the Henry and Barbara Fenker Smithies Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Engineering and for support for the School of Music....................... 154,500 Gladys D. Stark Trust for the Gladys D. and Walter R. Stark Graduate Fellowship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Stark Dean's Merit Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......................................... 61,097 Sterling Bank & Trust, Southfield for the Real Estate Fellowship in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.............................................................. 0,645 Subramanian Sundaresh, Cupertino, California for the Parker Scholar's Program in the College of Engineering............................. 10,000 103

Page  104 October Meeting, 2005 Mayumi Taniguchi, McLean, Virginia for the Mayumi Taniguchi Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the School of Inform ation................................................................. 10,000 TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company, Round Rock, Texas for research at the University of Michigan-Dearborn......................................... 16,192 Robert M. and Elizabeth C. Teeter Fund of the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California for the Robert and Elizabeth Teeter Bladder Cancer Research Fund in the Medical School, in memory of Robert Teeter..................................................... 100,000 Lorna L. Thomas, Detroit for the Fitzbutler Jones Society Scholarship Fund and the Lorna L. Thomas M.D. Endowed Fund in the M edical School.................................................... 20,250 Claire Lenz Turcotte, Ann Arbor 2,443 units of Janus mutual fund for the Jeremiah and Claire Turcotte Professorship in Transplantation in the M edical School.................................................... 61,295 University of Michigan Club of New York Scholarship Fund, Inc., New York, New York 575 shares of Gabelli Equity preferred stock for scholarships at the University of Michigan.............................................. 14,746 Frederick S. Upton Foundation, Saint Joseph for support in the Department of Athletics and the Clements Library............................ 10,500 Titus Van Haitsma Estate 19,554 units of various mutual funds and a cash gift for the Titus Van Haitsma Dental Student Scholarship in the School of Dentistry................. 206,455 James S. VanPelt, Naples, Florida 170 shares of BP PLC common stock for support in the Department of Athletics................................................. 12,193 Laura R. Van Vlack-Ailes, Portage 14,204 units of Fifth Third Bank Proprietary mutual fund for the Laura R. Van Vlack-Ailes Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts........................................................................ 220,564 Washtenaw Home Builders Association, Ann Arbor for support of the Derby Challenge in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......................... 39,327 Wege Foundation, Grand Rapids for research and other support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy............................................. 54,500 Whitaker Foundation, Rosslyn, Virginia for the Whitaker Foundation Student Fellowship in the College of Engineering.................... 80,000 Warren P. Williamson III Fund of the Williamson Family Foundation, Canfield, Ohio for the Warren P. Williamson III Entrepreneurial Education Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................................................... 50,000 Charles Wilson and Frances Petrocelli Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Julian T. Hoff M.D. Professorship in Neurosurgery in the Medical School..................10,000 Lee P. Wontroski, Dunmore, Pennsylvania for the Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr. Fund in the College of Engineering............................. 20,000 Marian E. Wright Trust 667 shares of Archer-Daniels-Midland Company common stock for the University of M ichigan-Flint...................................................... 14,300 William A. and Shirley P. Yolles Support Foundation of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the William A. and Shirley P. Yolles Graduate Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of G raduate Studies................................................................... 10,0 00 104

Page  105 October Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 following donors: ABN AMRO Services Company, Chicago, Illinois Ellen Shaw Agress, Scarborough, New York Allegiance Home Health Care, Inc., Sterling Heights Marjorie Alpern Trust American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education, Rockville, Maryland American Heart Association, Inc., Dallas, Texas Doris Applebaum, Oak Park Arvesta Corporation, San Francisco, California Robert E. Baker, Bloomfield Hills Margaret E. Barr Bigelow, British Columbia, Canada James W. Beatty, Indianapolis, Indiana Jack L. Berman, Los Angles, California Bruce P. Bickner, Sycamore, Illinois Thomas E. Bliska, Jr., Mill Valley, California Joseph G. Bonnell, Royal Oak Marion S. Boyd, Jr., 2002 Living Trust Briarwood Mall, Arlington, Virginia R. Foster Campbell Estate CFI Group, Ann Arbor Markham S. Cheever, Tequesta, Florida Clark Hill, Detroit Com-Corp Industries, Cleveland, Ohio Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Group Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor Peter G. Corriveau, Farmington Robert J. Currie, The Woodlands, Texas George R. DeMuth, Ann Arbor Stephen E. Doran, Omaha, Nebraska Clyne W. Durst, Jr., Adrian Dykema Gossett PLLC, Detroit Edward S. Evans III, Grosse Pointe Farms Furth Family Foundation, Healdsburg, California Russell J. Gibb, Dearborn Roger A. Goldman Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund, New York, New York Shirley Woodcock Gottschalk, La Canada, California Great Lakes Performing Artist Association, Ann Arbor Harness, Dickey & Pierce, PLC, Troy Jonathan L. Holzaepfel, New Castle, New Hampshire to $9,999 in value were received from the Rebecca S. Horvath, Ann Arbor Deborah C. Howell, Glen Echo, Maryland JDW II Capital Limited Partnership, Naples, Florida Donna G. Lachniet Trust John E. Laird, Ann Arbor Jeffrey N. Lutz, Grosse Pointe Farms Lyle Foundation, New York, New York Lyondell Petrochemical Company, Houston, Texas Robert V. Martelli, Bloomfield Hills MGI Pharma, Inc., Bloomington, Minnesota Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Company, Jersey City, New Jersey Richard D. O'Conner, Bloomfield Hills PBG Michigan, LLC, Troy Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey Murray and Ina Pitt Charitable Trust Public Sector Consultants, Inc., Lansing Michael B. Raizman, Wellesley, Massachusetts Rosen 1996 Family Trust Shirley K. Schlafer Foundation, Bloomfield Hills David M. Schraver, Rochester, New York Edward R. Schulak, Birmingham Jeffrey R. Smith, Chicago, Illinois Survey Sciences Group, LLC, Ann Arbor Mahmood Tayari, Somerville, Massachusetts Ten Thousand Villages of Huron Valley, Ann Arbor Jury Foundation, Saginaw Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett, LLP, Grand Rapids Sandy Ting-Shung Vong, Ann Arbor University of Michigan Club of San Diego, San Diego, California Margaret Wateman Alumnae Group, Ann Arbor Maria L. Welborne, Strongville, Ohio James L. Wolohan, Saginaw Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphian, Pennsylvania Gerald B. Zelenock, Ann Arbor The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Living Data Technology Corporation, Brooklyn, New York fifty percent of a mobile external counter pulsation system model AngioNew for the Medical School Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota 3M products for fabrication, assembly and worker safety for the Michigan Solar House Personnel Actions/Personnel Reports. Interim Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective on the dates indicated Kretzler, Matthias, M.D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 1, 2005 Talpaz, Moshe, M.D., Professor Internal Medicine, Medical School, February 1, 2006 105

Page  106 October Meeting, 2005 NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective on the dates indicated Bohnen, Nicolaas I. L. J., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Radiology and Associate Professor of Neurology, Medical School, October 21, 2005 Ritsema, Jeroen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Geological Sciences, September 1, 2005, and Henry Pollack Endowed Professor of Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Brown, Linda Ellis, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Registrar, UM-Dearborn, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2008 Diana, James S., Associate Dean, School of Natural Resources and Environment, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Studlar, Gaylyn, Rudolf Arnheim Collegiate Professor of Film Studies, Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Music, without tenure, School of Music, also appointed Professor of Screen Arts and Cultures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Wineman, Alan S., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, with tenure, and Professor Macromolecular Science and Engineering, without tenure, also appointed Professor of Biomedical Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective on the dates indicated Renaming Existing Collegiate Professorships D.R. Shackleton Bailey Collegiate Professorship in Greek and Latin, corrected name of D.R. Shackleton College Professorship in Greek and Latin, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, October 1, 2005 Charles Tilly Collegiate Professorship in Social and Political History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Reappointment to Collegiate Professorship Owyang, Chung H., Marvin Pollard Collegiate Professor of Gastroenterology, Medical School, December 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Appointments to Endowed Professorships Hobson, Marian, Norman Freehling Visiting Professor, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-May 31, 2006 Morrison, Sean J., Henry Sewall Professor of Medicine, Medical School, October 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Sowers, MaryFran R., John G. Searle Professor of Public Health, School of Public Health, November 1, 2005 Reappointments to an Endowed Professorships Fantone, Joseph C., III, Godfrey D. Stobbe Professor of Pathology Education, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 106

Page  107 October Meeting, 2005 Lichter, Allen S., Newman Family Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medical School, October 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Weiss, Stephen J., E. Gifford and Love Barnett Upjohn Professor of Internal Medicine and Oncology, Medical School, November 15, 2005-August 31, 2010 Other Transactions Mistretta, Charlotte M., Associate Dean for Research and Ph.D. Training, School of Dentistry, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2010 Raskin, Lutgarde, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, with tenure, correction to spelling of name (previously spelled as "Raskin, Lutegarde") Rowan, Brian P., Associate Dean for Research, School of Education, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Silver, Edward A., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Education, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS Effective October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006, unless otherwise noted Clements Library Associates Board of Governors Axe, John R., reappointment, retroactive Booth, John L., II, reappointment, retroactive Christie, Judith K., new appointment, retroactive Dance, William H., reappointment, retroactive Diedrich, Duane N., reappointment, retroactive Dufek, Candace, reappointment, retroactive Dziuszko, Thomas M., reappointment, retroactive Earle, William G., reappointment, retroactive Eisendrath, Charles R., reappointment, retroactive Erwin, Elizabeth C., reappointment, retroactive Finkenstaedt, William C., Jr., reappointment, retroactive Fox, John L., reappointment, retroactive Ganson, Paul, new appointment, retroactive Goss, James, reappointment, retroactive Heydon, Peter N., reappointment, retroactive Hook, Keith B., reappointment, retroactive Hudson, Joseph L., IV, new appointment, retroactive Irwin, James R., reappointment, retroactive Kennedy, Sally, reappointment, retroactive Kingsley, Thomas, reappointment, retroactive Klancnik, James M., reappointment, retroactive Knoertzer, Joan, new appointment, retroactive Liebman, Thomas C., reappointment, retroactive Lowenhaupt, Charles, reappointment, retroactive Mason, Philip P., reappointment, retroactive Massie, Larry, new appointment, retroactive Mueller, Janet, reappointment, retroactive Peslar, Drew, reappointment, retroactive Price, Jacob M., reappointment, retroactive Schoff, Joanna, reappointment, retroactive Schoonhoven, Anne Marie, reappointment, retroactive Seger, Martha R., reappointment, retroactive Shapiro, Harold T., reappointment, retroactive Shy, Arlene P., reappointment, retroactive Taylor, Anna Diggs, reappointment, retroactive Thompson, Bradley L., II, reappointment, retroactive Turcotte, Jeremiah, new appointment, retroactive Upton, Benjamin, reappointment, retroactive Walters, David B., reappointment, retroactive Wheeler, John D., reappointment, retroactive Winkelman, Margaret W., reappointment, retroactive Wolf, Clarence, reappointment, retroactive 107

Page  108 October Meeting, 2005 Committee on Honorary Degrees Moffet, Alexandra J. (graduate student), retroactive, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007, vice Steven H. Collins, term expired Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies Executive Board Atreya, Arvind, retroactive, October 1, 2005-August 31, 2007, vice Alec D. Gallimore, serving as Associate Dean in Rackham School of Education Executive Committee Fishman, Barry J., retroactive, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2007, vice C. Addison Stone, serving as Program Chair for Educational Studies Program ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Agier, Michael, Doctor, Lecturer I in Center for Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-October 31, 2005 Anderson, Bjom P., M.A., Lecturer I in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Anspach, Robyn M., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bakopoulos, Natalie H., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bayraktar, Elissa J. B., Master, Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Beyer, Ann L., M.S., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Black, John C., M.A., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Boswell, Bradley K., M.A., Lecturer I in Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Boulay, Charlotte, A., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Brooks, Myrtle A., M.B.A., Lecturer I in Management Studies, UM-Dearbom School of Management, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cameron, Frank, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Philosophy, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Campbell, Carolyn, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Sociology, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Canal, Maria N., B.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Carugati, Giuliana, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cleary, Kristin M., J.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cole, Arthur L., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Collin, Claudia R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor Emerita of Education and Intermittent Lecturer in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Comick, Monica C., M.A., Lecturer I in Mathematics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Costa Curras, Diogenes, B.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cross, Elizabeth, R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Davidow, Robert P., J.S.D., Lecturer I in Political Science, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 DeBruin-Parecki, Andrea, Doc., Lecturer I in Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Devos, Mariela, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ding, lan, M.M., Lecturer I in Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 108

Page  109 October Meeting, 2005 Disbrow, Jonathan J., M.Arch., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Donia, Robert J., Ph.D., Lecturer I in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Douglas, Clifford E., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, September 1-December 31, 2005 Dubowy, Norbert O., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Durgin, Patrick F., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ellis, Steven J. R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Farooqui, Fauzia, Doctorate, Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ferguson, Thomas W., B.A., Lecturer I in Humanities, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ferrera, Ricardo, B.A., Lecturer I in Spanish, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Fisher, Anne O., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gill, Pinderjeet K., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gillespie, Thomas D., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Greene, Jill, M.F.A., Lecturer I in Art and Design, School of Art and Design, September 1-December 31, 2005 Haley, Janet E., M.F.A., Lecturer III in Theatre and Dance, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Harris, James, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearborn School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hess, Richard, M.Arch., Lecturer I in Program in Film and Video Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hieftje, John, B.S., Lecturer I in Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, September 1-December 31, 2005 Hochstetler, Scott M., M.M., Lecturer I in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Howard, Margaret M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Irwin, Stephanie, M.A., Lecturer I in English, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Khalfan, Waheeda, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Khoury, Leyre Alegre, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kim, JungHee, M.A., Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Klyn, Daniel B., MILS, Lecturer I in Information, School of Information, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lee, Derek P., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ling, Richard S., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lloret Marin, Gonzalo, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 London, Edward D., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lookliss, Lori A., J.D., Lecturer I in Philosophy, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lyle, Jennifer B., M.S.W., Intermittent Lecturer in Social Work, School of Social Work, September 1-December 31, 2005 Maccini, Sharon L., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Maigret, Jennifer L., M.S., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1-December 31, 2005 109

Page  110 October Meeting, 2005 Maithrimurthi, Mudagamuwe, D. Phil., Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Maret, Sylvie, Master, Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Martin, Eric D., M.A., Lecturer I in Social Sciences, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Martinsson, Britt-Marie I., M.S., Lecturer I in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Martis, Susan M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Humanities, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Mazzolini, Sara A., M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 McCarron, Cheryl, M.A., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, September 1-December 31, 2005 McDonald, George M., B.A., Lecturer I in Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 McKinley, Michael E., M.A., Lecturer I in Philosophy, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Meyers, Jason R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Moore, MacDonald S., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Program in American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Nakajima, Daisuke, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Noble, Vanessa, Ph.D., Lecturer I in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Noemi, Daniel, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Okudera, Fumie, M.A., Lecturer I in Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Olds, Patricia M., M.A., Lecturer in Education, UM-Dearborn School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Packer, Matthew J., M.M., Lecturer I in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Pauletto, Franco, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Paveglio, Leo G., M.A., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Phelan, Owen M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Procopio, Mary J., Doctor, Lecturer I in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Purpura, Allyson, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Quinn, Kelly A., M.A., Lecturer I in Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and Lecturer I in Center for Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Radice, Joshua J., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1-December 31, 2005 Rama, Rashmi, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ramos, Cuitlahuac, J.D., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Reeves, Daniel M., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1-December 31, 2005 Regan, David, B.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1-December 31, 2005 Robertson, Katrin O., M.A., Lecturer I in Education, School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Robins, Daniel, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Rose, Haywood A., M.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Sabbagh, Hani R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Near Eastern Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 110

Page  111 October Meeting, 2005 Savage, Ralph M., M.A., Lecturer I in Natural Sciences, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Schteingart, Martha R., M.S., Lecturer I in Architecture and Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1-December 31, 2005 Schueler, Kirk R., M.B.A., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, September 1-December 31, 2005 Schwartz, James Z., Ph.D., Lecturer I in History, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Shelly, Michael, Ed.D., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Sitomer, Joan C., J.D., Lecturer I in Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Smith, Jack E., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Human Resources, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, September 1-December 31, 2005 Spencer, Bryan, M.H.S.A., Lecturer I in Health Care, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, September 1-December 31, 2005 Spring, Suzanne B., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Sullivan, Lorrel L., M.A., Lecturer I in French, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Sykes, Phyllis D., M.A., Lecturer I in Communication and Visual Art, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Talpos, Sara, M.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Torres, Lourdes, Doc., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 von Daniels, Detlef, M.A., Lecturer I in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ward, Jesmyn A., M.F.A., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Wilcox, Glen S., M.Arch., Lecturer III in Architecture and Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Willis, Deborah A., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Social Work, School of Social Work, September 1-December 31, 2005 Wright, Jason M., M.F.A., Lecturer I in Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Zeil, Camille A., B.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Zeller, Patrik A., Master, Lecturer I in Germanic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 CORRECTIONS TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Beatty, Richard W., Lecturer II in Human Resource Management, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as Intermittent Lecturer in Human Resource Management Beltz, Jess C., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as Lecturer I in Business Administration McGill, Anthony D., Ph.D., Lecturer III In Communications, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006, previously reported as Lecturer in Communications Monoky, John F., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as Intermittent Lecturer in Marketing Pawlik, Lisa A., M.B.A., Lecturer I in Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006, previously reported as Intermittent Lecturer in Business Administration Price, James D., M.B.A., Lecturer II in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as Intermittent Lecturer in Business Sendelbach, Neil B., Ph.D., Lecturer II in Executive Education, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, previously reported as Intermittent Lecturer in Executive Education 111

Page  112 October Meeting, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Jensen, Viviane C., Lecturer IV in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, child care leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Ridley, Arthur S., Jr., Lecturer IV in Theatre, School of Music, personal leave, August 8-October 31, 2005 Sax, Greg M., Lecturer II in Philosophy, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, May 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Adamic, Lada A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Arya, Avinash C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Boss, Nathan C., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, September 12, 2005-September 11,2006 Boynton, James R., D.D.S., Clinical Assistant Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 Branden, Petter J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Branford, Greta L., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine and Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 13, 2005-September 12, 2007 Brunvand, Stein, M.A., Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 Buckingham, Robert J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Burgard, Sarah A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Chow, Tzee K., Ph.D., Instructor in Earth and Resource Science, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Costantini, Giovanna, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Art, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Dunbar, Lada K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Egami, Masahiko, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Elliot, Michael R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Esesoglu, Selim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Forger, Daniel B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Frame, David G., Pharm.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, September 6, 2005-August 31, 2008 George, Andrew M., D.M.A., Assistant Professor of Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Giardino, Nicholas, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Gomez, Martha V., D.D.S., Clinical Lecturer in Dentistry, School of Dentistry, September 1, 2005-June 3, 2006 Grigorov, Grigor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Hemphill, Thomas A., M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Herscher, Andrew H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 112

Page  113 October Meeting, 2005 Ilechukwu, Sunday T.C., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, January 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Kaplan, Mark, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 6, 2005-September 5, 2006 Kaufman, Jacqueline N., Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, September 13, 2005-September 12, 2006 Keefer, Laura R., M.A., Instructor in Education, UM-Dearborn School of Education, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 Kim, Taehyung, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UM-Dearborn College of Engineering and Computer Science, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2007 Kollar, Richard, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Kosnoski, Jason, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Krishnamurthy, Venkataramu N., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, September 15, 2005-September 14, 2006 Lee, Jamie S., Assistant Professor of Linguistics, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Leveque, Thellea K., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Lewis, Brian R., M.M., Clinical Assistant Professor of Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Li, Peijun, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Lu, Wei, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Ludkovski, Michael L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Maggio, Paul M., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Masatlioglu, Yusuf C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Meeker, John D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Moeller, Mauricio S., D.D.S., Clinical Lecturer in Dentistry, School of Dentistry, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Monk, Christopher S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Murshed, Feisal, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Niedner, Matthew F., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Ogilvie, Jennifer P., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Omoike, Anselm I., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Park, Jinyoung, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Phillips, Kristine, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2007 Ramchandren, Sindhu, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Sami, Rahul, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Seo, Joanne M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Classical Studies and Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Silverman, Kathleen A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education, UM-Dearborn School of Education, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2008 Skar, Lowell D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Spradlin, Marcus B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Stoev, Stilian A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 113

Page  114 October Meeting, 2005 Tyszkowski, Kristen, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2008 von Stein, Jana K., M.A., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Weizer, Jennifer S., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, August 15, 2005-August 14, 2007 Zollner, Sebastian K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Kipke, Daryl R., from Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, without tenure, to Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005 Laverty, William W., from Lecturer III in Political Science to Assistant Professor of Political Science, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Lumeng, Julie C., from Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases to Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 McCullumsmith, Robert E., from Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry to Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Wittkopp, Patricia J., from Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology to Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Cameron, George D., III, Professor Emeritus of Business Law, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Chesler, Mark, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Crowfoot, James E., Professor Emeritus of Natural Resources and Urban and Regional Planning, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Professor Emeritus of Environment, Program in Environment, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Das, Sunil K., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1-October 31, 2005 Fortner, Richard W., Professor Emeritus of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gosling, L. A. Peter, Professor Emeritus of Southeast Asian Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Graves, Helen M., Associate Professor Emerita of Political Science, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Gray, Robert H., Professor Emeritus of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Gurin, Patricia Y., Nancy Cantor Distinguished University Professor Emerita of Psychology and Women's Studies, and Professor Emerita of Psychology and Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Haddad, George I., Robert J. Hiller Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Henley, Keith S., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Hiss, Roland G., Professor Emeritus of Medical Education and Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Kammash, Terry, Stephen S. Attwood Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Livermore, Shaw, Jr., Professor Emeritus of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Lockery, Shirley A., Professor Emerita of Social Work, School of Social Work, January 1-May 31, 2006 Mann, Richard D., Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Professor Emeritus of Religion, Studies in Religion, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 114

Page  115 October Meeting, 2005 Margolis, Philip M., Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Oakley, Deborah J., Professor Emerita of Nursing, School of Nursing, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Pollock, Stephen M., Herrick Professor Emeritus of Manufacturing and Professor Emeritus of Industrial Operations Engineering, College of Engineering, September 1-December 31, 2005 Singer, J. David, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Solomon, William R., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 Stem, Robert M., Professor Emeritus of Economics, Department of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor Emeritus of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, January 1-December 31, 2006 Teorey, Toby J., Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Whitehouse, Frank, Jr., Associate Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical School, September 1-December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Ballou, David P., Professor of Biological Chemistry, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-February 28, 2006 Bowers, Jacob W., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Cody, Robert J., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, personal leave, September 26, 2005-September 30, 2006 Countryman, Matthew J., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of American Studies, American Culture Program, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Finseth, lan F., Assistant Professor of English, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, personal leave, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Forger, Daniel B., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gitelman, Zvi Y., Preston R. Tisch Professor of Judaic Studies, and Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Gunning, Sandra R., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, Associate Professor of American Studies, American Culture Program, without tenure, and Associate Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005, and sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Hancock, David J., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Hernandez, Ramiro J., Professor of Radioloy, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, March 1-May 31, 2005 Hunt, Alan J., Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kampfner, Roberto R., Associate Professor of Computer and Information Sciences, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Engineering and Computer Science, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Lau, Yue Y., Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, with tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Marder, Wendy E., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, extended sick leave, July 26-September 19, 2005 McGrath, Marianne P., Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Mirel, Jeffrey E., Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Nori, Franco M., Professor of Physics, with tenure, research leave, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Rosenthal, Amnon, Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, with tenure, Medical School, retirement furlough, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 115

Page  116 October Meeting, 2005 Tedesco, Lisa A., Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, sabbatical leave, School of Dentistry, August 1, 2005-January 31, 2006 Walter, Nils G., Dow Coming Associate Professor of Chemistry and Associate Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Weinstein, Jamie S., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, personal leave, August 5-September 18, 2005 CANCELLATIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Algase, Donna L., Josephine Sana Collegiate Professor of Nursing, and Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, cancellation of previously reported sabbatical leave effective September 1-December 31, 2005 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Abdu, Hasina M., Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science, UM-Dearbor College of Engineering, April 30, 2005 Alpine, Keith D., Clinical Associate Professor of Dentistry, Dental School, August 23, 2005 Cazan-London, Kevin, Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, September 30, 2005 Goward, Russell A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 31, 2005 Grewing, Farouk F., Assistant Professor of Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Harwood, Ronna B., Lecturer in Nursing, School of Nursing, May 31, 2005 Lee-Chopra, Cathy C., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 31, 2005 Miller, Dennis A., Associate Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, June 30, 2005 Ning, Qiang, Assistant Professor of History of Art, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 Ware, Robert, Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, May 31, 2005 Retired Kotowicz, William E., Roy H. Roberts Professor of Dentistry and Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, School of Dentistry, August 31, 2005 Thomas, Eva J., Lecturer in Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, August 31, 2005 Term Completed Choi, Wooyoung, Assistant Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, College of Engineering, August 31, 2005 McLean, Scott A., Clinical Lecturer in Otorhinolaryngology, Medical School, June 30, 2005 Onninen, Jani K., Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 31, 2005 Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 3 retiring faculty members. Fred L. Bookstein, Ph.D., distinguished senior research scientist in the Institute of Gerontology, research professor in the Biophysics Research Division, research professor in biostatistics in the School of Public Health, and adjunct professor in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired from active faculty status on July 31, 2005. Professor Bookstein received his B.S. degree from the University of Michigan in 1966, his M.S. degree from Harvard University in 1971, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1977. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an assistant research scientist in 1977 and was promoted to associate research scientist in 1980, research scientist in 1984, distinguished research scientist in 1989, and 116

Page  117 October Meeting, 2005 distinguished senior research scientist in 1997. He was appointed research professor in 2003. During his tenure, Professor Bookstein had research appointments in the Center for Human Growth and Development, the Institute of Gerontology, the Department of Biostatistics, and the Reproductive Sciences Program, and he held teaching appointments in a number of departments. Professor Bookstein, a biometer, statistical scientist, and applied mathematician, is perhaps best known as the principal creator of morphometrics, a subfield of statistics that focuses on the measurement of biological shape and shape change. The results of his work have been applied across many fields, including evolutionary and developmental biology, paleontology, computer vision, medical imaging, and cognitive neuroimaging. He has published over 300 books, chapters, articles, and videos, as well as several software programs. Among Professor Bookstein's honors are the University's Distinguished Research Scientist Award (1989) and appointment as a fellow of the Institute for the Humanities (1992-93) and as an Honors Faculty Fellow in the Honors Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (2001-04). In 1998 he was named life associate fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. He has held visiting and guest appointments at universities in the United States and abroad. The Regents now salute this accomplished faculty member by naming Fred L. Bookstein research professor emeritus and distinguished senior research scientist emeritus. Roberta M. Tankanow, clinical associate professor of pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy and clinical pharmacist in the University of Michigan Hospitals Pharmacy Services, retired from active faculty status on June 20, 2005. Professor Tankanow received her B.S. degree from Northeastern University in 1975. She was appointed as a staff pharmacist at the University of Michigan in 1977 and joined the faculty as a clinical instructor in 1981. In 1984, she received her M.S. degree from Wayne State University and was promoted to clinical assistant professor, and in 2000 she was promoted to clinical associate professor. A pioneering pharmacist and faculty member, Professor Tankanow founded the Investigational Drug Service (IDS) at the University of Michigan Hospitals in 1984, and today the service is used as a model by many institutions around the country. The IDS manages all of the University's clinical human trials that involve use of investigational agents and ensures compliance with appropriate safety and legal standards. Professor Tankanow initiated and developed all of the original protocols and standards by which the service operates, and the service has grown from handling fewer than 50 protocols at a time to managing almost 300 protocols today. In addition, she developed a validated fee structure, a quality assurance program, and a process for preparing for protocol audits at IDS, and she served on the Institutional Review Board and Protocol Review Committee for the Cancer Center. Nationally recognized as a leader in the field of investigational drug research, Professor Tankanow was invited to participate in the development of guidelines for investigational drug service practices through the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. She has served as a reviewer for textbooks and articles and as a consultant for practitioners in the field. In recent years, Professor Tankanow broadened her clinical interests to include the area of alternative medicine. She has conducted research in herbal medicine, and participated in the Faculty Scholars Program. 117

Page  118 October Meeting, 2005 The Regents now salute this distinguished educator by naming Roberta M. Tankanow clinical associate professor emerita of pharmacy. Susan P. Wright, Ph.D., lecturer in the history of science in the Residential College and research scientist in the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, retired from active faculty status on May 31, 2005. Dr. Wright received her B.A. degree from Oxford University in 1961, her M.S. degree from the University of Michigan in 1963, and her Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in 1975. She joined the University of Michigan faculty as a lecturer in 1979. She received an additional appointment as associate research scientist in 1998 and was promoted to research scientist in 2002. In the Residential College, Dr. Wright developed the Science, Technology, and Society Program (STS), and chaired it until 1997. This program integrates science training with the study of its social and cultural dimensions, including those related to feminist and non-western perspectives. As chair, Dr. Wright designed a wide range of courses, recruited numerous faculty, and taught and mentored many students across the University who have pursued careers related to science, technology, and society within the fields of law, journalism, medicine, and policy. Within the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Dr. Wright's work focused on rethinking approaches to arms control and disarmament by setting as primary goals the security of people and their environments. Her expertise lies in the area of national and international policies guiding the development of biotechnology, and in 1998-99, she directed a large-scale international project on biological warfare and disarmament. Her publications include many refereed articles and three books: Preventing a Biological Arms Race (1990); Molecular Politics. Developing American and British Regulatory Policyfor Genetic Engineering, 1972-82 (1994); and Biological Warfare and Disarmament: New Problems/New Perspectives (2002). Dr. Wright's work has received funding from the National Science Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and the Ford Foundation, and she has been recognized with numerous awards, including the Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship, the MacArthur Research and Writing Fellowship, and the University of Michigan Excellence in Education Award. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member by naming Susan P. Wright lecturer emerita in the history of science and research scientist emerita. Memorials. No deaths of active faculty members were reported to the Regents this month. Degrees. Provost Gramlich submitted for approval final degree lists for August 2005 commencements and changes to previously approved degree lists. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. Annual Report of Investments, Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2005 Executive Vice President Slottow commented that in January the University had been upgraded by Standard & Poors to its highest credit rating, due in part to long-term, consistent, investment results as well as consistently demonstrated budget discipline. 118

Page  119 October Meeting, 2005 Absolute Return Investments (GSO Special Situations Overseas Fund, Ltd.); Alternative Asset Commitments (Newbridge Asia IV, L.P., and NCH New Europe Property Fund, L.P.) On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the following investments: initial funding of $50 million from the Long Term Portfolio to GSO Special Situations Overseas Fund Ltd.; commitment of $25 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Newbridge Asia IV, L.P.; and commitment of $20 million to NCH New Europe Property Fund, L.P. The University of Michigan Financial Statements for the Year ended June 30, 2005 Executive Vice President Slottow noted that the Board had received and discussed the financial statements at the September meeting, and formal adoption was now required. He praised staff in the Office of the Vice President for Communications for their work in producing the financial statements. He acknowledged the work of Associate Vice President Peggy Norgren, Controller Cheryl Soper, and manager of financial reporting, Russel Fleming. He noted that the external auditors were present. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved adoption of the University of Michigan Financial Statements for the Year ended June 30, 2005. Naming of the University of Michigan-Dearborn's Engineering Complex in honor of Heinz C. Prechter Executive Vice President Slottow and Chancellor Little commented on the generous support of Heinz C. and Wally Prechter on the Dearborn campus. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Richner, the Regents unanimously approved naming the Engineering Complex at the University of Michigan Dearborn the Heinz C. Prechter Engineering Complex. Naming of the Student Publications Building in honor of Stanford Lipsey Executive Vice President Slottow noted that Stanford Lipsey, a former Michigan Daily photographer, had given a generous gift of $3 million to support improvements to the Student Publications Building that will preserve its historic features while upgrading the building's infrastructure. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved formally designating the Student Publications Building as the Stanford Lipsey Student Publications Building. Naming of the Academic Center in honor of Stephen M. Ross It was noted that Stephen M. Ross had contributed $5 million to support construction of the new Academic Center for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved designating the new building the Stephen M. Ross Academic Center. Cancer and Geriatrics Center and Medical Sciences Unit I Chiller Replacement On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the Cancer and Geriatrics Centers and Medical Sciences Unit I 119

Page  120 October Meeting, 2005 Chiller Replacement project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding a construction contract providing that bids are within the approved budget. Stephen M. Ross School of Business Facilities Enhancement Project Executive Vice President Slottow commented that Bill Pedersen, of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, would be presenting the proposed schematic design for this project, and Dean Robert Dolan was also present. Executive Vice President Slottow noted that the construction schedule will depend on achievement of the fundraising goal that has been set for this project and expressed confidence that this goal will be achieved as planned. He then called on Mr. Pedersen. Mr. Pedersen displayed a site map indicating the location of the project, noting that the new construction would total 270,000 square feet. About 180,000 square feet of existing space, comprising the Business Administration Assembly Hall, William Davidson Hall, and the William A. Paton Center for Accounting Education and Research would be demolished and replaced by the new facility. He said that the manner in which the new building is integrated into the rest of the campus is very important, and the building also needs to be able to establish linkages between the existing structures and new structures and create a strong sense of community for the Business School. Mr. Pedersen displayed a model of the new facility, noting that it would create a "winter quadrangle" at the heart of the business school campus equivalent to a town square. He described various features of the structure and noted that it would consist of different heights along the various streets surrounding the school. There will be a glass-covered portico at the entrance to the structure and into the atrium, and all of the remaining buildings of the existing campus, such as the Kresge Library, will be integrated into the new structure. He displayed a number of renderings of the exterior and interior of the building, noting that it would be faced with sandstone and terra cotta and would incorporate a large amount of glass, an auditorium, and a number of other elements, including a sky gallery. Regent Richner commented that it is a "spectacular design," and inquired whether the extensive use of glass would affect operational costs. Mr. Pedersen noted that all of the energy costs have been carefully considered, and that the natural light provided by the glass is fundamental to the issues of sustainability and quality of life provided by the facility. It is also recognized as efficient from the standpoint of energy usage. Dean Dolan commented that the building is not only exciting from an architectural standpoint, but is most exciting in the way it meets the school's unique programmatic requirements in a very integrated fashion. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents unanimously approved the schematic design for the Stephen M. Ross School of Business Facilities Enhancement project as presented. 120

Page  121 October Meeting, 2005 Towsley Center for Continuing Medical Education Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Towsley Center for Continuing Medical Education Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts, providing that bids are within the approved budget. 1009 and 1013 Cornwell Place, Ann Arbor, Michigan Executive Vice President Slottow noted that these two properties are strategically located across from the School of Nursing and contiguous to other University property. He said that if purchased, the properties will continue their current use as leased apartment buildings until an appropriate programmatic need arises for them. On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved acquisition of the properties at 1009 and 1013 Cornwell Place, Ann Arbor, Michigan at the negotiated price of $1,500,000 subject to the University satisfying itself with the environmental condition of the sites and otherwise completing due diligence. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes nine conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the following items. Approval of Payment to Joe Braun Photography The Regents approved a payment to Joe Braun Photography for a variety of framed and matted photographs in the Office of the General Counsel. Because Joseph B. Braun, sole owner of Joe Braun Photography, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Office of the General Counsel and Joe Braun Photography. 2. The product to be provided is framed and matted photographs at a total cost of $1,200. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Braun, a University of Michigan employee, is sole owner of Joe Braun Photography. Contract Agreement with NeuroNexus Technologies The Regents approved a contract agreement with NeuroNexus Technologies for the purchase of multi-channel recording probes. Because Daryl Kipke and Jamille Hetke have ownership interest in NeuroNexus Technologies and are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Kresge Hearing Research Institute and Otolaryngology Laboratory and NeuroNexus Technologies. 2. The products provided are multi-channel recording probes at a total cost of $1,015. 121

Page  122 October Meeting, 2005 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Kipke and Mr. Hetke, University of Michigan employees, have ownership interest in NeuroNexus Technologies. Approval of Payment to Media Farrago Studios, LLC The Regents approved a payment to Media Farrago Studios, LLC, for the filming, editing, and production of an educational DVD. Because Charles V. Brown, a partner in Media Farrago Studios, LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its School of Music and Media Farrago Studios, LLC. 2. The service provided is filming, editing, and production of an education DVD at a total cost of $3,850. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Brown, a University of Michigan employee, is a partner of Media Farrago Studios, LLC. Approval of Payment to Woolly Acres Nursery The Regents approved a payment to Woolly Acres Nursery for plants for the annual spring plant sale at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Because Jeffrey Walters, owner of Woolly Acres Nursery, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Matthei Botanical Gardens and Woolly Acres Nursery. 2. The products provided were plants at a total cost of $329. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Walters, a University of Michigan employee, is owner of Woolly Acres Nursery. Approval of Payment to Ply LLC The Regents approved a payment to Ply LLC for minor renovations to the International Institute gallery space. Because M. Craig Borum, sole proprietor of Ply LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Ply LLC. 2. The service provided was minor renovations of gallery space at a total cost of $1,862.01. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Borum, a University of Michigan employee, is sole proprietor of Ply LLC. License Agreement with Zattoo, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with Zattoo, Inc., for "Host Multicast" (UM File No. 3217). Because Dr. Sugih Jamin, partial owner of Zattoo, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Zattoo, Inc. 2. The license terms include giving Zattoo an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Zattoo will pay a license fee, and the University will retain ownership of 122

Page  123 October Meeting, 2005 the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes can be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Jamin, a University of Michigan employee, is partial owner of Zattoo, Inc. Dr. Jamin has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University Option Agreement with BioAvrion The Regents approved an option agreement with BioAvrion for "Method of Evaluating the Metabolism of the Eye" (UM File No. 2573) and "Anti-Metastic Ability of Mibedfradil and Gadolinium" (UM File No. 2667). Because Drs. Victor Elner, Howard Petter, and Paul Lichter, partial owners of BioAvrion, are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and BiAvrion. 2. The option terms include giving BioAvrion an exclusive option for an option period where the company will evaluate the technology and market potential. The University will retain ownership of the optional technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes can be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Elner, Petty, and Lichter, University of Michigan employees, are partial owner of BioAvrion. Drs. Elner and Petty have waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Subcontract Agreement with Soar Technology, Inc. The Regents approved a subcontract agreement with Soar Technology, Inc., to provide analysis, technical interchange, and design to the University for a contract from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (FA8650-05-C-7235). Because Dr. John Laird, part-owner and officer of Soar Technology, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Soar Technology, Inc. 2. The agreement terms conform to University Policy. Dr. Laird will be the principal investigator for the project at the University, to be conducted over and initial one-year period at an estimated total cost of $1,106,553, including indirect cost at 53%. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Laird, a University of Michigan employee, has ownership interest in Soar Technology, Inc. 123

Page  124 October Meeting, 2005 Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and Omni Sciences The Regents approved a research agreement between the University of Michigan and Omni Sciences, Inc. ("Company") in the form of a subcontract between the Company and the Regents of the University of Michigan to perform research under a prime contract between the Company and the Army under the Small Business Technology Transfer Program Phase I. Because Dr. Mohammed N. Islam, sole owner of Omni Sciences, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. Parties to the agreement are the University of Michigan and Omni Sciences, Inc. 2. The terms of the proposed agreement conform to University policy and will be conducted over an eight month period at an estimated total cost of $37,077. The subcontract includes a provision for extensions of the time period and scope of work. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Review Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. Dr. Islam's pecuniary interest arises from his status as the sole owner of Omni Sciences, Inc. He will not participate in the project in his capacity as a University employee. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 3:25 p.m. The Regents heard comments from Jan Worth-Nelson, faculty and Flint Grievance Chair of the Lecturer's Employee Organization (LEO), on the topic of LEO contract implementation problems. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:35 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for November 17, 2005. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 124

Page  125 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor November 17, 2005 The Regents convened at 2:40 p.m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Maynard, McGowan, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President Churchill, Interim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, Vice President Ulaby, and Vice President Wilbanks. Regent Deitch was absent. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order and welcomed the members of "Team Momentum," the University's solar car team, to be recognized for winning the 2005 North American Solar Car Challenge. She noted that Interim Dean Ronald Gibala was present, along with two faculty advisors, and called on Regent White to present the resolution. Resolution in Honor of Solar Car Team Regent White called team members to the podium and read the following resolution: Regents' Resolution The Regents of the University of Michigan congratulate the University of Michigan Solar Car Team for the first-place victory of its car, "Momentum, " in the 2,500-mile North American Solar Challenge race which began in Austin, Texas, on July 17 and concluded in Calgary, Alberta, on July 27, 2005. The victory marks the University's fourth solar car national championship, the most of any university since competition began in 1990. The Regents also proudly salute Momentum's impressive third-place finish among 22 entries in the 2005 World Solar Challenge. This week-long, 3,000-kilometer race, which traverses the Australian continent from Darwin to Adelaide, concluded on October 2, and included teams from both the academic and corporate sectors. Each generation of solar car is the product of two years of non-stop endeavor by an enterprising, interdisciplinary, student-run team of more than 150 members. The creativity, dedication and sophistication with which the Solar Car Team manages all aspects of this project-from fundraising, to engineering, to marketing, to logistics-prove that "The Michigan Difference" makes all the difference when our students compete with the best and brightest from around the world. The Regents take great pride in Team Momentum 's accomplishments in the 2005 North American and World Solar Challenges and look forward to further triumphs in the years to come. 125

Page  126 November Meeting, 2005 Following the resolution, there was a round of applause, and the student team members introduced themselves. Brian Gilchrest, one of the faculty advisors, thanked the Regents and administration for creating the environment that allows these kinds of opportunities to happen, noting that it is very much appreciated. President's Opening Remarks President Coleman commented on recent national accolades given to University faculty and students. She noted that William "Buzz" Alexander, professor of English Language and Literature, had been named one of four "U.S. Professors of the Year." She also announced that the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers had awarded the 2006 Edison Medal, considered the Nobel Prize of electronics, to Vice President Fawwaz Ulaby. President Coleman reported that 29 University of Michigan students had been awarded Fulbright Fellowships for 2005-06, the most of any other U.S. University. She noted that Regent White is a former Fulbright scholar who currently serves on the board of directors of the Fulbright Association and is its incoming vice president. President Coleman concluded by announcing the establishment of a new initiative focusing on environmental sustainability, made possible by a $5.25 million gift from the Graham Foundation, which was founded by alumni Donald and Ingrid Graham. Annual Report of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA) President Coleman called on Professor Bruno Giordani, chair of SACUA, to present the committee's annual report. In the report, Professor Giordani gave examples of recently addressed issues that illustrate how the model of shared governance works at the University of Michigan. He reviewed the work of the various Senate Assembly advisory committees and discussed the work of the newly established position of faculty ombuds. He concluded by stressing the importance of effective communication in governance on the part of both faculty and administrators. Annual Operating Request to the State for the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Campus for FY 2007 Interim Provost Gramlich reviewed the highlights of the Ann Arbor campus's operating request to the state for FY 2007, noting that it points out steps that have been taken to contain costs and reduce expenditures but that certain factors outside of the University's control will lead to increased costs. The formal request to the state requests restoration of as much as possible of the $47.2 million reduction that the University has experienced since FY 2002. Annual Operating Request to the State for the University of Michigan-Dearborn Campus for FY 2007 Chancellor Little reported that the request for the Dearborn campus is framed around its strategic vision. Although the University of fully mindful of the state's fiscal situation, it has also been impacted by several years of successive reductions in state support, totaling $3.5 million. The request for the Dearborn campus calls for an increase in state support of about 4%, or $1.0 million dollars, but at the same time 126

Page  127 November Meeting, 2005 recognizes the need for the state to bring the level of funding for all higher education institutions back to the levels from 2002. Annual Operating Request to the State for the University of Michigan-Flint Campus for FY 2007 Chancellor Mestas noted that the Flint request focuses on the need to add faculty positions in the areas of strategic growth, continue to improve and expand campus technology, and to enhance community partnership efforts. The Flint campus's requested increase is about $3.5 million. President Coleman asked Executive Vice President Slottow about projected energy costs. He responded that staff are monitoring futures prices of natural gas very carefully and are working closely with the provost's office and with staff on the other two campuses. However, campus units will be informed next week that the internal rate for heating will be increased, and these costs will continue to exert a significant amount of pressure on the operating budget in the future. Central Campus Master Plan Update Executive Vice President Slottow noted that Associate Provost Phil Hanlon would provide an update on academic needs with respect to central campus planning and University Planner Sue Gott would describe how the University Planner's Office is responding to the academic needs. Associate Provost Hanlon noted that the breadth and depth of activity occurring on central campus means that planning for central campus embodies the full complexity of the academic enterprise. He described the steps involved in the planning process, including consultation, priority-setting, and formation of the plan. The three themes that serve as the foundation for central campus planning are innovation, collaboration, and excellence, and he illustrated how these themes lead to specific space needs within buildings as well as the positioning of facilities and the units they house around the campus. University Planner Sue Gott gave a presentation describing how the academic themes of innovation, collaboration, and excellence are realized in the Central Campus master planning process. Ms. Gott described and illustrated the land use patterns that have emerged on Central Campus, including a natural sciences corridor, a social sciences corridor, a performing arts corridor, and an arts and humanities corridor. She noted that the fundamental themes driving the plan are student life issues, the need for collaboration/adjacencies/interdisciplinary work, the ability to attract the "brightest and best," issues involving international studies, and the preservation of knowledge. The physical planning principles involved in the master plan are to preserve future flexibility, maximize and optimize site capacities, promote redevelopment opportunities, address building conditions, and enhance mobility. Ms. Gott gave an update on several new projects already under construction, noting how they incorporate the themes and planning principles involved in the master plan. She concluded by illustrating how the projects discussed in the Central Campus Plan update represent a continuation of the University's planning efforts over time, driven by the University's mission, and incorporating academic priorities, the 127

Page  128 November Meeting, 2005 Residential Life Initiative, the Health System Strategic Plan, physical planning principles, and facility condition needs. Parking and Transportation Strategic Plan Update David Miller, director of Parking and Transportation, gave an update to illustrate how parking and transportation plans align with University master plans in support of the University's academic, research and health care mission. He enumerated Parking and Transportation challenges, which include responding to growth on the Ann Arbor campus, meeting the transportation needs for students, continuing the relationship with AATA, promoting alternative transportation, and maintaining existing parking facilities. Mr. Miller noted that the number of passengers on UM buses had increased 11% over FY 2004, and 33% since 1999, for a total of 5.2 million passengers in 2005. He described improvements that had been made in student bus service during the past year and also noted that the MRide program, a joint program with the AATA, had a 24% ridership increase in fall 2005. Mr. Miller commented that the University is making concerted efforts to reduce the use of cars and parking facilities in the central and medical campus areas by making the transit system more attractive to faculty and staff. These efforts, which are included in university's master plan for each area of campus, include making transit centers more comfortable and convenient. In addition, he pointed out that one new parking structure per year will be coming on board through 2010, with a possible 6th structure planned beyond that. Regent McGowan pointed out that the Arthur Miller Theatre and Walgreen Auditorium will be opening before the parking facilities planned for that area are completed. Mr. Miller described how parking needs will be accommodated after the theatre and auditorium are completed in 2007. He noted that when the auditorium is completed, the existing surface lot will be increased to 250 spaces and will be controlled for special events. Between 2007 and 2009, when the parking structure for that area will be under construction, a combination of initiatives will be put into place, including reserving spaces in nearby lots and running bus service and valet service, if necessary. The parking office will work with event coordinators for each event to insure adequate parking. Regent McGowan asked for assurance of the University's commitment to provide convenient access to the theatre and auditorium once they are open. Executive Vice President Slottow responded that Parking and Transportation officials and Dean Kendall of the School of Music have been formulating plans to ensure that during the interim period before completion of the structure the timing of events will be coordinated between the school and the parking office. Executive Vice President Slottow commented that although there is some flexibility in the overall plan for the sequencing of new parking facilities, currently the need for parking on central campus represents a higher priority than on North Campus. He assured the Regents that he, Mr. Miller, and Dean Kendall are all committed to devising a parking plan that will satisfy the patrons of events at the new facilities on North Campus. Mr. Miller concluded his presentation by displaying maps indicating the locations of future parking structures and a financial model indicating probable annual permit 128

Page  129 November Meeting, 2005 rates through FY 2010. He reported the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded the University of Michigan the "Gold Standard for Best Work Places for Commuters." Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reported that the primary agenda item for this month's committee meeting was to conduct an in-depth review, including a financial and operational update, of M-CARE, as per the committee's annual work plan. He said the committee learned that M-CARE and its affiliated entities are operating at a very high level in a very complex environment. The committee also finalized its committee calendar for 2006. Finally, the committee had received a written quarterly report of the Life Sciences Institute. Regent Brandon noted that the Investment Advisory Committee would be meeting in Ann Arbor this weekend, and he would be stopping by their meeting to thank this volunteer committee on behalf of the Regents for their service in helping the University to continue to outpace most benchmarks in its investment performance. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that the committee had met that morning with SACUA to review its annual report. He said that the committee was pleased to learn of the on-going meetings and dialog taking place between SACUA and members of the administration on a number of issues. The committee also received a report from the provost on faculty recruitment and retention, and it reviewed president's office expense reports, finding everything in order. The Regents then turned to the consent agenda. Regent Brandon left the meeting at this point, apologizing for having had a prior commitment. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of October 21, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report and made the following comments about the University's policies with respect to investments: Comments Regarding University's Investments Both my office and the President's Office have received a number of questions over the past few months about the University's policies regarding the investment of our endowment. So to be responsive, I want to take a few minutes to review these policies. First, let me note that these policies have been consistent and clear over a very long period of time. We have the benefit of excellent and thoughtful work by our Regents and by two faculty-led committees, one in 1978 and another in 1999, in developing the rationale behind these policies and articulating the set of conditions that must be met in the rare cases where an exception will be made to our normal investment policies. There is one overarching principle related to our endowment and investment strategy: The University 's governing board and officers have a fiduciary responsibility to protect our assets for the long term, so that we may leave to succeeding generations 129

Page  130 November Meeting, 2005 a University at least as strong as the one with which we have been entrusted Therefore, the primary purpose of our endowment is to generate the greatest possible income, subject to an appropriate amount of risk, in support of the University 's missions of teaching, research and service. To accomplish this goal, it is important that we maintain an investment portfolio diversified across afull range of legally recognized entities. To do otherwise would be to increase our risk and decrease our investment returns - perhaps significantly so. For this reason, our longstanding policy is to shield the endowment from political pressures and to base our investment decisions solely on financial factors such as risk and return. However, the University also has recognized that there may be unusual instances in which we should consider exceptions to this policy. The threshold for such an exception has intentionally been set extremely high, for the reasons I've noted. In 1978, the Board of Regents adopted a resolution including the following language. "If the Regents shall determine that a particular issue involves serious moral or ethical questions which are of concern to many members of the University community, an advisory committee consisting of members of the University Senate, students, administration and alumni will be appointed to gather information and formulate recommendations for the Regents ' consideration. " Such a committee would be ad hoc, appointed only after the Regents determine that a particular issue might require a deviation from the normal investment policy. The 1978 resolution does not specify what rises to the level of "serious moral or ethical questions,"Y or what will constitute "many members of the University community Yý but the 1978 faculty advisory committee report as well as subsequent work by the 1999 tobacco divestment committee do help to clariy these. The 1978 faculty committee that reviewed possible divestment from apartheid South Africa wrote that the University has some responsibility to consider the ethical implications of its investments "in those cases in which an extraordinary social evil is apparent and a broad consensus develops within the University community concerning the moral shortcomings of a particular firm or type of investment. " The committee stated its belief that "the University should not seek out controversy but rather should act only when a general consensus on a significant moral question has emerged within the University community." It went on to say that the University "must make strenuous efforts to avoid making commitments, as a corporate body, to political positions that may intimidate its members, produce an atmosphere of distrust and suspicion, or create obstacles to free inquiry."Y The 1999 committee to investigate tobacco divestment was created by President Bollinger in accordance with the Regents resolution, after several years of sustained community concern about this issue. Although it is impossible to affix a number or a percentage to what constitutes broad community consensus on a given issue, it is worth noting that the Faculty Senate Assembly, Michigan Student Assembly and a number of other University leadership groups passed formal resolutions or in other ways 130

Page  131 November Meeting, 2005 In his charge to the committee, the University's chief financial officer asked it to determine whether the holding of tobacco securities "is antithetical to the core missions of the University of Michigan and, therefore, merit divestiture." The committee also undertook to determine what features of tobacco products and what activities of the tobacco industry warranted singling out tobacco securities for potential divestment. According to the 1999 committee, in order to justify divestment, "the magnitude of both the misbehavior in question and the harm caused by that misbehavior must be so extreme that the company or industry would be a clear outlier in the corporate community. " In recommending divestment, the committee argued that tobacco companies make a product that is unique in its capacity to cause death in its intended use, with more than 400,000 deaths in the United States and more than 4 million deaths worldwide each year as a result of tobacco use. The committee singled out the "dishonest and reprehensible" behavior of the tobacco industry in targeting its products to young people, artificially enhancing the addictiveness of tobacco products through the addition of nicotine, denying the health effects of tobacco and suppressing scientific research. It concluded that the health effects of tobacco and the actions of the tobacco industry "are especially antithetical to the missions of this University, given our commitment to teaching, research and service in the fields of health care and public health. " These two instances - apartheid in South Africa and the deadly effects of tobacco - are the only two instances in the University's history when exceptions have been made to our investment policy. So in the future, such exceptions will continue to be rare. We will ask the Regents to appoint an ad hoc committee to investigate the ethical and moral implications of our investments only when the following three conditions have been met: 1. The concern to be explored must express the broadly and consistently held position of the campus community over time; 2. There must be reason to believe that the behavior or action in question may be antithetical to the core mission and values of the University. 3. There must be reason to believe that the organization, industry or entity to be singled out may be uniquely responsible for the problems identified. I will post additional information about these policies to my website, along with links to the South Africa and Tobacco divestment reports. I encourage anyone who is interested in our investment policies to read these thoughtful documents. I invite any questions or comments that the Board may have. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman said that in order to assure that the required quorum would be present for consideration of the conflict of interest items, they would be considered at this point. She announced that the agenda includes six conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. Regent Richner requested recusal from the request for a subcontract agreement between the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. Therefore, this item was removed from consideration until the following month. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the following five items. 131

Page  132 November Meeting, 2005 Approval of a Contract with Gladwin Center The Regents approved a contract with the Gladwin Center for use of their conference facilities for University departments. Because Thomas Gladwin, owner of the Gladwin Center, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its Procurement Department and the Gladwin Center. 2. The service provided is a facility rental for one year with a one-year extension option, for a total of $3,000. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Gladwin, a University of Michigan employee, is owner of the Gladwin Center. Lease Agreement with William C. Martin The Regents approved a lease agreement with William C. Martin for 1,385 square feet of property located at 540 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Because Mr. Martin owns the property being leased and is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and William C. Martin. 2. The service provided is the lease of 1,385 square feet within a building at 540 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The lease is for five years, from November 1, 2005-October 31, 2010, and the rent is $2,308 for the first year with annual increases of 3.5% for the remainder of the term. Tenant is responsible for gas and electric usage plus janitorial service. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Martin, a University of Michigan employee, owns the property being leased. Reassignment Agreement with Mark D. Hamming, David K. Wehe, and John A. Nees The Regents approved a reassignment agreement with Mark D. Hamming, David K. Wehe, and John A. Nees for the technology entitled "Kinetic Cooling of Mechanical Structures" (UM File No. 2979). Because Drs. Hamming, Wehe, and Nees are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Mark D. Hamming, David K. Wehe, and John A. Nees. 2. The terms of the agreement include the University granting the Inventors its entire right, title, and interest in the patent rights to the Invention, and the Inventors shall pay the University 15% of royalties, equity, or other value received by the Inventors through subsequent marketing and licensing of the Invention. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of 132

Page  133 November Meeting, 2005 the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed, and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be followed as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Hamming, Wehe, and Nees are University of Michigan employees. Purchase Order Agreement with Michigan Aerospace Corporation The Regents approved an agreement with Michigan Aerospace Corporation to build and test a conceptual design of a stern-ramp deployable surface and underwater recovery vehicle that will simultaneously launch and allow for automated recover of marine unmanned vehicles. Because Dr. Lennard Fisk, partial owner of Michigan Aerospace Corporation, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Michigan Aerospace Corporation. 2. The terms of the agreement conform to University policy. The period of performance is expected to be from September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, and the amount payable to the University is expected to be $164,989. Standard purchase order terms and conditions will apply. Since research agreements are often amended, the purchase order may include provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University of Michigan procedures for approval of these changes will be followed, and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Fisk, a University of Michigan employee, is partial owner of Michigan Aerospace Corporation. Subcontract Agreement with Industrial Optical Measurement Systems, LLC The Regents approved an agreement with Industrial Optical Measurement Systems, LLC, to enable research to be performed to refine a technology for automated inspection of cylinder bones. Because Dr. Stephen Segall, founder and owner of Industrial Optical Measurement Systems, LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Industrial Optical Measurement Systems, LLC. 2. The terms of the agreement conform to University policy. The project at the University is to be conducted over an initial one-year period at an estimated total cost of $30,000. Since research agreements are often amended, the purchase order may include provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University of Michigan procedures for approval of these changes will be followed, and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Segall, a University of Michigan employee, is founder and owner of Industrial Optical Measurement Systems, LLC. Plant Extension Report. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Plant Extension Report. Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report. 133

Page  134 November Meeting, 2005 Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. The Regents received the report of projects established, October 1 - October 3 1, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. Executive Vice President Keich reported that the Health System's M-Fit Program and been awarded the 2005 "Innovation in Prevention Award" from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on October 25, 2005. Only ten such awards are presented each year. Division of Student Affairs. There was no report from the Division of Student Affairs. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little had no additional report. University of Michigan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas had no additional report. Michigan Student Assembly Report. Jesse Levine, president of MSA, reported on activities of MSA, which included being a partner in the presentation of the first hip hop concert ("Ludacris") on the University of Michigan campus. He also commented on collaborations between MSA and the Ann Arbor City Council, as well as other MSA activities. Voluntary Support. Vice President May submitted the Report of Voluntary Support for October 2005. He commented on the recently- announced gift from Donald Graham for establishment of the environmental sustainability initiative, and thanked Interim Provost Gramlich for his efforts in helping to secure this gift. Abt Associates, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts for the Abt Associates Fellows Fund in Survey Methodology in the Institute for Social Research. $30,000O Marjorie Alpern Trust 1,725 shares of Commercial Federal Corporation common stock for the Marge and Robert Alpern Funds in the Medical School............................... 58,926 Jose J. Alvarez, Wixom for the Jose Jose Alvarez Residence Professorship in the Medical School....................... 40,000 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..............................................................21,250 American Council of Learned Societies, New York, New York for the Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 30000 American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia for research in the Division of Kinesiology and the Medical School........................... 359,292 American Federation for Aging Research, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................... 149,364 Amerisure Companies, Farmington Hills for research in the Medical School and for employee matching gifts........................... 32,000 Amgen, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California for the Sanford-Amgen Young Investigator's Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 25,000 134

Page  135 November Meeting, 2005 Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation, Irvine, California for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 160000 Mary-Martha Beierwaltes, Petoskey for the Biological Station........................................................... 10,000 Leo R. Beus, Scottsdale, Arizona for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 R. H. Bluestein & Company, Birmingham for the Trading Floor and Research Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................................................ 10000 John D. Boyles Revocable Trust 278 shares of Fifth Third Bancorp common stock for the University of Michigan Club of Grand Rapids Athletics Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics and the John Duvall Boyles Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Law School...............................10,14 William K. Brehm, McLean, Virginia for the Brehm- Soderquist Endowed Professorship Fund in the Medical School................. 1,000,000 Brian Parker Memorial Foundation, Niles for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.......................................... 10,000 Scott D. Brown, Odessa, Florida for scholarships and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 10,000 Sharon and Frederick Brubaker Fund of the Ayco Charitable Fund, Clifton Park, New York for the Sharon and Frederick Brubaker Scholarship Fund in the College of Pharmacy.............. 10,000 Ford R. Bryan Trust for the Henry Ford Estate at Fair Lane, the University of Michigan-Dearborn................... 150,000 Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for research in the Medical School................................................... 150000 Theodore J. Cachey, Hinsdale, Illinois for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics and for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................. 10,000 Cairn Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre and for other support in the School of Music..................................110,000 Steven L. Carpenter, Savannah, Georgia for support in the Medical School..................................................... 10,000 Vivian L. Carpenter, Birmingham for the Herbert J. Strather Endowment Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for the Alumni Society Board of Governor's Scholarship Fund and the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................. 21,000 Marcia L. Carris, Denver, Colorado for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................................ 10000 David E. A. Carson, Hartford, Connecticut for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................. 50,000 Center for Automotive Research, Ann Arbor for support in the Transportation Research Institute........................................ 16,000 CFI Group, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society............................20,000 Chicago Community Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 20000 Clan Crawford, Jr., Trust for the Exhibit Museum of Natural History and for the Botanical Gardens and Arboretum........... 14,000 Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for research in the Medical School.................................................... 30000 David S. Cooper Trust for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................... 100,000 Matthew L. Copp, San Diego, California 135

Page  136 November Meeting, 2005 Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation, Grand Rapids for support in the Transplant Center..................................................... 10,000 Division of Organic Chemistry American Chemical Society, Detroit for the ACS Organic Chemistry Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 24,000 Dr. Jim's Golf Classic, Utica for the Dr. James Langeveld BMT Patient Support Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center....... 14,000 Efroymson Fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................10,000 Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana for research and other support in the College of Engineering and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 73,000 Ellison Medical Foundation, Redwood City, California for research in the Medical School..................................................... 50,000 Erb Foundation, Birmingham for the Botanical Gardens and Arboretum............................................ 10,000 Hubert L. Fairchild Trust for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Charles Fisher, East Lansing for the Indoor Training Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics.......................... 46,413 Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, Inc., Southfield for the Friends of Near Eastern Studies Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...... 16,000 Marjorie M. Fisher Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for the Friends of Near Eastern Studies Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...... 15,000 Flint Ink Corporation, Ann Arbor for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......................... 17,000 Food Allergy Initiative, New York, New York for the Food Allergy Program in the Medical School....................................... 26,800 Ford Foundation, New York, New York for support in the School of Public Health............................................... 74,735 Lynn Gendleman, Chicago, Illinois for the Lynn and Mark Gendleman Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................................... 10,000 General Dynamics, Falls Church, Virginia for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................10,000 Charles H. Gershenson Trust for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music and for the University Musical Society................................................. 50,000 Charles H. Gessner, Marblehead, Massachusetts for the Charles H. Gessner Doctorial Fellowship in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business........ 20,000 Charlene L. Glerum, Grand Rapids for research in the Medical School..................................................... 20,000 General Motors Corporation, Detroit for research in the Medical School and the Transportation Research Institute.................... 123,000 Goellner Family Trust for the Biological Station......................................................... 45,000 Michael D. Gorge, Franklin for the Gorge Family Endowment Fund in the Medical School................................. 40,000 Andrew K. Gottesman, Summit, New Jersey for the Student Publication Building Renovation Fund.................................... 60,000 Margaret E. Grigsby, Washington, D. C. for the Fitzbutler Jones Society, Margaret E. Grigsby, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund in the M edical School..........................................................60,000 Gund, Inc., Edison, New Jersey for the Scleroderma Research Fund in the Medical School.................................. 22,400 Craig Gurian, New York, New York for the Arthur Fondiler Dissertation Award in US History in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................................ 10,000 Alfredo D. Gutirrez, Coconut Grove, Florida 1,430 shares of JPMorgan Chase & Company common stock for the Alfredo D. and Luz Maria P. Gutierrez Fellowship Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies................................................. 50,794 William J. Halliday, Jr., Grand Rapids 2,500 shares of various corporate common stock for the Law School Building Fund in the Law School..................................... 93,408 Jonathan M Harris Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for scholarships in the Department of Athletics......................................... 10,000 John A. Hartford Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................ 21,164 136

Page  137 November Meeting, 2005 Evelyn M. Haw Trust for the Robert and Evelyn Mary Haw Endowment Fund and for the University of Michigan-Flint...................................................................145,354 Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc., Plymouth for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................. 11,673 Herrington-Fitch Family Foundation, Elk Rapids for the Residential College Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 10,000 Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc., Marysville, Ohio for support in the Transportation Research Institute......................................... 20,000 Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland for supportinthe Medical School..................................................... 39,000 Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon for research in the College of Engineering................................................. 60,000 James R. Irwin, Ann Arbor for support in the School of Music................................................... 10,000 J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation, New York, New York forthe University Musical Society................................................. 30,000 Jacobs Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland for support in the Center for Human Growth and Development................................ 50,613 Olive G. Jacobs Estate for the Rush and Olive Jacobs Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics.................. 200,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey forresearch intheMedical School............................................... 81,375 Judaic Studies Support Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Judaic Studies Development Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........ 142,583 Henry B. and Jessie W. Keiser Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland for the Henry B. and Jessie W. Keiser Scholarship Endowment Fund........................ 50,000 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for the Community Health Scholars Program in the School of Public Health.................... 1,029,337 Kellogg's Corporate Citizenship Fund, Battle Creek for the Martha Cook Building Fund and for the Sturm Family Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................ 10,700 Bithika S. Kheterpal, Ann Arbor for research in the Medical School...................................................... 50,00 Kiwanis Michigan Foundation, Petoskey forthe Child andFamily Life Fund.................................................... 16,176 W. Robert Kohorst, Pasadena, California for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School................................ 150,000 Otto F. and Jenny H. Krauss, Raleigh, North Carolina for the Otto F. and Jenny H. Krauss Outstanding System Studies Fund in the College ofEngineering.............................................................. 25,000 Joseph A. LaCava Estate 320 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation common stock for the Faye McFarland LaCava Scholarship Fund in the Law School........................ 19,192 Jacquelyn A. Levin Trust for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund and the Women's Leadership Council Scholarship Endowment Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................... 11,000 LLJ/DPJ Family Partners, LTD, Keego Harbor for the Women's Cross Country Fund in the Department of Athletics.......................... 20,000 Horace F. Lonman Trust forsupportinthe School of Music................................................... 10,000 Los Angeles Center for Pshcoanalytic Research, Los Angeles, California for research in the Medical School...................................................... 10,00 Lupus Research Institute, Inc., New York, New York forresearch inthe Medical School..................................................... 37,500 Ethel K. MacNeal Estate for the Herbert and Ethel MacNeal Endowed Student Aid Fund in the Medical School............ 60,000 Clayton K. Mammel, Denver, Colorado for research in the Medical School............................................... 25,000 Richard and Jane Manoogian Foundation, Taylor for the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School..........................25,000 Oliver Dewey Marcks Foundation, Detroit for the Oliver Dewey Marcks Michigan League Courtyard Fund........................... 100,000 Bob Maxey Lincoln-Mercury Sales, Inc., Detroit for the Giving Back to the Community Fund......................................... 26,700 McGregor Fund, Detroit for the Geriatric Social Work Fellows Program in the School of Social Work................ 161,000 137

Page  138 November Meeting, 2005 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 1,000 shares of Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc., common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project................................................ 116,630 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Institute for Social Research........................................... 11,897 Merck & Company, Inc., Rahway, New Jersey for chemical research in the College of Engineering........................................ 25,000 David L. Miller, Grand Blanc for the David L. and Janet M. Miller Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Dentistry.......... 25,000 Pasqualina E. Miller, Bloomfield Hills for the Pasqualina E. Miller Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the School ofEducation................................................................ 100,000 Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................. 15,00 Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Foundation, Saint Paul, Minnesota for support in the College of Engineering................................................. 100,000 Edward T. Moen II, Long Beach, California for supportinthe Law School......................................................... 10,000 Paul Morigi & Company, Inc., Old Greenwich, Connecticut for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................. 10,000 Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint for support in the School of Public Health............................................... 90,520 Munn Foundation, Inc., Steamboat Springs, Colorado for the University of Michigan Children's Cancer Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center....... 165,000 Mary C. Murphy Revocable Trust for the Percy and Mary Murphy Endowed Children's Research Fund in the Medical School......... 20,000 Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc., Tucson, Arizona forresearch inthe Medical School...................................................... 88,053 John M. Nannes, Bethesda, Maryland forsupportintheLaw School........................................................... 25,000 National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Great Neck, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................40,000 Naumann-Etienne Foundation, Orinda, California for the Naumann-Etienne Foundation Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School ofBusiness................................................................. 25,000 Tim O'Day, Hinsdale, Illinois for the Timothy O'Day Endowment Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.............. 25,000 OLSA-SPA, Rivoli, Italy for support in the Transportation Research Institute......................................... 14,985 Omenn-Darling Family Advised Fund of the Seattle Foundation Trust Fund, Seattle, Washington for the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund and other support for the University Musical Society...........................................................22,500 William P. O'Neill, Washington, D. C. for supportinthe Law School......................................................... 10,000 Perrigo Company Foundation, Allegan for the Perrigo Summer Fellows Program Endowed Fund in the Life Sciences Institute........... 200,000 Pfizer, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............. 28,200 Polo Fields Foundation of Michigan, Southfield for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund and for the Polo Fields Foundation-Wellness Fund in the Medical School.............................. 50,000 PPG Industries Foundation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for the PPG Undergraduate Support Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 10,000 Professional Athletes Foundation, Washington, D. C. forresearch inthe Medial School....................................................... 15,000 Pryor Foundation, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania for the Millard H. Pryor, Jr., Director's Discretionary Fund in the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts........................................................25,000 Herbert H. Raiffe, Boca Raton, Florida for the Scleroderma Research Fund in the Medical School.............................10,000 Dean Richardson Estate for the Barbara Trytten Richardson Graduate Student Aid Fund in the School of Art and Design...... 25,000 Rockefeller Foundation, New York, New York for the Study Abroad Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................. 54,000 Erwin Rohde Estate for support in the College of Engineering......................................... 300,000 Jack Roth Charitable Foundation, Los Angles, California for support in the Department of Athletics............................................ 100,000 138

Page  139 November Meeting, 2005 Judith Dow Rumeihart, Ann Arbor 1,ý193 shares of Dow Chemical Company common stock for the Ice Hockey Seat Scholarship Fund, the Men's Basketball Scholarship Fund, the Women's Basketball Fund, and other support in the Department of Athletics, for the Judith Dow Rumelhart Musical Theatre Scholarship, the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre, and other support in the School of Music, and for University Musical Society, and WUOM............................ 48,608 Samsung Electronics Company, LTD, Hwasung-City, South Korea for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 35,000 Shirley K. Schlafer Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Endowment for Discovery Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.................... 10,000 Mickey Shapiro Charitable Remainder Trust for the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Fund and the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School.......................................................... 25,500 Shell Oil Company, Houston, Texas for research and other support in the College of Engineering, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................ 81,500 Simons Foundation, New York, New York for the University of Michigan Autism/Communications Disorder Center....................... 50,000 Doris J. Smith, Irvine, California for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................ 25,000 Soar Technology, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Spectrum Controls, Bellevue, Washington for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 30,000 Stamps Family Charitable Foundation, Inc., Miami, Florida for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics and for the Penny Stamps Program in the School of Art and Design.............................................. 600,000 Surdna Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.............................. 10,000 T/J Technologies, Inc., Ann Arbor for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 17,800 TNT EDM, Inc., Plymouth for research in the Medical School.................................................... 40000 Richard L. Trzcinski, Lutz, Florida for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,000 Latricia Ann Turner, Atherton, California 4,744 shares of various corporate common stock for the Latricia Turner Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................. 180,742 Bob Ufer Quarterback Club, Ann Arbor for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics.................................... 12,000 United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit, Bloomfield Hills for the Jean and Samuel Frankel Professorship in Rabbinic Literature in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................. 84,101 United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit Schulman Youth Group, Bloomfield Hills for the Sol Drachler Program Scholarship Fund in the School of Social Work.................... 15,000 United Technologies Corporation, Hartford, Connecticut for support in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts...................... 19,100 Karen S. Van Weelden, Los Angeles, California for support in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies............................. 10,000 Susan S. Wagstaff Protected Trust for support in the School of Art and Design............................................. 20,000 Wallace Foundation, New York, New York for the Executive Education Leadership Program in the School of Education..................... 75,000 Whitaker Foundation, Rosslyn, Virginia for fellowships and other support in the College of Engineering............................ 1,348,890 Elizabeth Wright Charitable Remainder Unitrust 139

Page  140 November Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 to following donors: Abbott Laboratories Fund, Abbott Park, Illinois Actelion Pharmaceutical Us, Inc., South San Francisco, California Terence E. Adderly Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Agilent Technologies, Palo Alto, California Vinay Ahuja, Ann Arbor Donald J. Allard, Coto De Caza, California Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP, New York, New York Ann Arbor Firefighters Charities, Ann Arbor Anonymous Donor Arts Midwest, Minneapolis, Minnesota AstraZeneca, LP, Wilmington, Delaware Ramin Behmand, Walnut Creek, California Silvia Salinas Blemker, Palo Alto, California Rebecca A. Boylan, Ann Arbor BP Corporation North America, Inc., Warrenville, Illinois Robert W. Browne, Ada Bertie N. Butts III, Midland Cardinal Health, Las Vegas, Nevada Christopher Waterhouse Benefit, Shelby Township Carl Cohen, Ann Arbor Commerce Realty and Management Company, Grand Rapids Consumers Insurance and Investments Corporation, Montville, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Cummings Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Delta Dental Fund, Lansing Deutsche Bank, New York, New York Lawrence D. Dickinson, Danville, California Mary Hunter Dobson, Ann Arbor Dow Chemical USA Midland Division, Midland Emerson School, Ann Arbor Encysive Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Houston, Texas Dalbert W. Fear, Jr., Ann Arbor Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Michael J. Foxx, Lebanon, New Jersey Genentech, Inc., South San Francisco, California Douglas C. Gessner, Northbrook, Illinois Benn and Kathleen Gilmore Foundation, Plymouth Glosten Associates, Inc., Seattle, Washington Peter K. Gould, Chicago, Illinois Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Thomas Grias, Caledonia Guidant, Saint Paul, Minnesota Harvard Drug Group, Livonia Jack E. Hill, Venice, Florida James B. Hudak, Orinda, California Island Risk Management Associates, Inc., Huntington Station, New York Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D. C. KLS Martin L.P., Jacksonville, Florida Raymond E. Knape, Hobe Sound, Florida W. Henry Koivunen, Livonia Krupman Family Foundation, Inc., Purchase, New York Lang-Mekra North America, Ridgeway, South Carolina Sandra A. L. La Turno, Pinckney David Baker Lewis, Detroit $9,999 in value were received from the Magna International, Inc., Ontario, Canada Mary L. Marshall, San Antonio, Texas May Department Stores Company Foundation, Saint Louis, Missouri Paul W. McCracken, Ann Arbor John R. McWilliams, Ann Arbor Laura B. Medway, Chappaqua, New York Meredith Corporation Foundation, Des Moines, Iowa Metropolis Group, Inc., New York, New York Michelin Americas Research and Development Corporation, Greenville, South Carolina Mika, Meyers, Beckett & Jones, Grand Rapids Agnes M. Miner Trust James E. Mitchell, Grand Blanc James E. Mitchell Revocable Living Trust Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Company, Jersey City, New Jersey Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, Inc., New York, New York Alan J. Olson, Boulder, Colorado Gregg A. Pane, McLean, Virginia Theodore C. Papes, Jr., Mount Kisco, New York Pegasus Group, LLC, Hoboken, New Jersey Peterson Spring, Southfield Pfizer, Inc. Pharmaceutical Research Division, Ann Arbor Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation, Arlington Heights, Illinois PPG, Inc., Troy PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, Tampa, Florida PSP Ventures, LLC, Bingham Farms R. C. Dolner, LLC, New York, New York Rahn & Bodmer, Bankers, Zurich, Switzerland Bernard E. Reisman, Palm Beach, Florida David Rizik, Scottsdale, Arizona Richard D. and Ann C. Rohr Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Barry E. Safir, West Bloomfield Daniel Salinas, Ann Arbor Aileen Sedman, Estero, Florida SG-2, LLC, Evanston, Illinois Arun K. Sharma, Katy, Texas Andrea Smith Revocable Trust Robert Snyder Memorial, Canton Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids Edward and Deanne Spiegel Foundation, Inc., Port Washington, New York B. Gregory Thompson, Ann Arbor Tisdale & Associates, LLC, Englewood, Colorado Robert A. Toigo Foundation, Oakland, California Richard F. Towner Trust Dana L. Trier, New York, New York TRW, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio Bob Ufer Foundation, Ann Arbor Susan B. Ullrich Trust Wachovia Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida Whitman Family Foundation, Ann Arbor John R. Worthington, Reno, Nevada Yazaki North America, Inc., Canton 140

Page  141 November Meeting, 2005 The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Christopher W. Ford, Holly various pieces of dental equipment for the School of Dentistry Marvin M. Kirsh, Irvine, California a collection of Japanese prints and paintings for the University Hospitals Becky Spencer, Sylvania, Ohio One Stimmaster FES bike for the University Hospitals Personnel Actions. Interim Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective on the dates indicated Baik, Jinho, Ph.D., from Assistant Professor of Mathematics, without tenure, to Associate Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Bayne, Stephen C., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, December 1, 2005 Berry, Paul E., Ph.D., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Curator and Director of the University Herbarium, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-June 30, 2009 Chen, Yuqing Eugene, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, December 1, 2005 Koremenos, Barbara, Associate Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Ruan, Yongbin, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Suny, Ronald Grigor, Ph.D., Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History and Professor of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bardwell, James C.A., Associate Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, also appointed Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry, without tenure, Medical School, November 1, 2005 Roberts, Joyce E., Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, also appointed Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, without tenure, Medical School, November 1, 2005 Smoyer, William E., Robert C. Kelsch Collegiate Professor of Pediatric Nephrology and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, with tenure, Medical School, also appointed Associate Professor of Pharmacy, without tenure, College of Pharmacy, December 1, 2005 Stein, Karen F., Associate Professor of Nursing, with tenure, School of Nursing, also appointed Associate Professor of Psychiatry, without tenure, Medical School, November 1, 2005 LEAVES OF ABSENCE FOR REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Dierker, Steven B., Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one-year leave, current dates of leave, September 1, 2001-May 31, 2005, time extension requested, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS. Effective on December 1, 2005 Establishment of Collegiate Professorship Richard G. Cornell Collegiate Professorship of Biostatistics, School of Public Health 141

Page  142 November Meeting, 2005 OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Appointments to Collegiate Professorships Kartha, C. Peethambaran, David M. French Professor, UM-Flint, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2008 Reappointments to Endowed Professorships Fearon, Eric R., Emanuel N. Maisel Professor of Oncology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2010 Voorhees, John J., Duncan 0. and Ella M. Poth Distinguished Professor of Dermatology, Medical School, January 20, 2005-August 31, 2010 Woolliscroft, James O., Lyle C. Roll Professor of Medicine, Medical School, January 1, 2006-August 31, 2011 Correction to Regents Communication Schodel, Ruth S., D.R. Schackelton Bailey Collegiate Professor of Greek and Latin, and Professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2010, previously reported as D.R. Schackelton Collegiate Professor of Greek and Latin, and Professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Other Transactions Antonucci, Toni C., Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Initiatives, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, also appointed Elizabeth M. Douvan Collegiate Professor of Psychology, Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-July 31, 2009 Frost, Carolyn O., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Information, with tenure, School of Information, November 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS Effective on dates indicated School of Nursing Executive Committee Barkauskas, Violet H., November 18, 2005-June 30, 2006, vice SeonAe Yeo, on sabbatical leave Cimprich, Bernadine E., November 18, 2005-June 30, 2008, vice Carol J. Boyd, term expired Yeo, Seonae, November 18, 2005-June 30, 2008, vice Bonnie M. Hagerty, term expired Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies Executive Board Stillman, Amy K., November 18, 2005-August 31, 2007, vice Susan E. Alcock, leaving the University Military Officer Education Program Executive Committee Thompson, Kyle J., student representative, retroactive September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, vice Abigail R. Lirtzman, term expired Zang, Jonathan M., student representative, retroactive September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006, vice Amanda B. Martin, term expired Personnel Reports. Provost Courant submitted a number of personnel actions. ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Bandyopadhyay, Debalina, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Physical Sciences, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bassett, James C., M. Arch., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Bathish, Melissa A., M.S., Lecturer I in Health Promotion and Risk Reduction Programs, School of Nursing, January 1-April 2006 Benromodhane, Saida, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Physics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bernard, Kerri A., M.S., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 142

Page  143 November Meeting, 2005 Bobkov, Konstantin V., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Bogdan, Albert A., M.B.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, November 1-December 31, 2005 Brown-Worden, Kathleen V., Master, Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Cares, Cornelia, M.A., Lecturer I in Writing, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Carter, E. Follett, M.B.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1-February 28, 2006 Chavez Mejia, Virginia, B.A., Lecturer I in Anthropology, International Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Davies, Douglas D., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Social Work, School of Social Work, September 1-December 31, 2005 Donat, Gokce, B.S., Lecturer I in Natural Sciences, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Edozie, Rita, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Africana Studies, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Egnatios, Edward S., M.S.W., Intermittent Lecturer in Social Work, School of Social Work, September 1-December 31, 2005 Foy, Thomas A., M.A., Lecturer I in Humanities, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Fuller, Boyd W., M.Sc., Lecturer I in Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Goodfriend, Karin, M.P.P., Lecturer I in Biology, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Humphrey, John H., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Kruk, Margaret E., M.D., Lecturer III in Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Logan, Elizabeth L., M.M., Lecturer I in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Margomenou, Despina, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Mastati, Yulisa, B.A., Lecturer I in Residential College, International Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 McGillivary, Michael P., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Chemistry, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 McNeal, Charlea T., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2005 Miller, Bonnie S., M.S.W., Lecturer I in Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, October 1-31, 2005 Rosa, Anne K., M.S., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1-December 31, 2005 Senaratne, Upul U., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Natural Sciences, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Sherman, Robert J., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Sikkenga, Karl W., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Education, School of Education, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Soegito, Sigit Bin, B.A., Lecturer I in Residential College, International Institute, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Stein, Howard, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Swartz, Lee M., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, March 1-April 30, 2006 Thon, Jenni L., M.S., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1-December 31, 2005 Trandafirescu, Anca, M.Arch., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Vitale, Marie A., J.D., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 Ward, William J., M.S., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1-April 30, 2006 Wentland, Diane, M.S., Lecturer I in Kinesiology, Division of Kinesiology, September 1-December 31, 2005 143

Page  144 November Meeting, 2005 Wilczynski, Cathleen S., M.S., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Zitzewitz, Barbara S., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Chemistry, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1-December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Pelletier, Beverly B., Lecturer I in French, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, family medical leave, September 23-December 18, 2005, personal medical leave, December 19-31, 2005 Richards, Sharon M., Lecturer IV in Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, personal leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 TERMINATIONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective December 21, 2005 Struble, Laura M., Ph.D., Lecturer III in Nursing, School of Nursing, resigned ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Benedict, Mary B., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, October 3, 2005-October 2, 2006 Brooks, Lori, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies and Assistant Professor of American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Cavalieri, Renzo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Del Vecchio, Domitilla, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Kubarych, Kevin J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Kucukarsian, Suzan N., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 Oldendorf, Ann L., Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Kasischke, Laura K., from Lecturer III in Residential College and Lecturer III in English Language and Literature to Assistant Professor of Residential College and Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Kelly, Aine M., from Clinical Lecturer in Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 La Marca, Frank, from Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery to Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Pachikara, Annie C., from Assistant Professor of Art and Design, School of Art and Design, to Assistant Professor of Art and Design, School of Art and Design, and Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 Patel, Sanjeevkumar R., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2012 144

Page  145 November Meeting, 2005 Pipe, Kevin P., from Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering to Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Bartlett, Robert H., Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Berent, Stanley, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Professor of Psychology, Department of Neurology, Medical School, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor Emeritus of Psychology, School of Public Health, July 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Brandwin, Marvin A., Assistant Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Brewer, George J., Morton S. and Henrietta K. Sellner Professor of Human Genetics, Professor Emeritus of Human Genetics, and Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 Burkel, William E., Professor Emeritus of Anatomical Sciences, Medical School, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Cameron, Oliver G., Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Medical School, and Professor Emeritus of Undergraduate Education, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Casey, Kenneth L., Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Integrative Physiology and Professor Emeritus of Neurology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Castelli, Walter A., Professor Emeritus of Cell and Developmental Biology, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Christensen, A. Kent, Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Curtis, George C., Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Fajans, Stefan S., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Maehr, Martin L., Professor Emeritus of Education, School of Education, and Professor Emeritus of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, August 1, 2005-July 31, 2006 Matthews, Larry S., Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, October 8, 2005-October 7, 2006 Pek, Sumer, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Pitt, Bertram, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Schmerl, Rudolf B., Associate Professor Emeritus of Education, School of Education, September 1-December 31, 2005 Schottenfeld, David, Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, and Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Sisson, James C., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Stross, Jeoffrey K., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Williams, Charles H., Jr., Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Young, Ernest P., Professor Emeritus of History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bardenstein, Carol B., Associate Professor of Arabic Languages and Cultures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Carpenter, Bogdana, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2004 Driscoll, James F., Professor of Aerospace Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Dunca, Argus A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 145

Page  146 November Meeting, 2005 Friedman, Bruce, Professor of Pathology, with tenure, Medical School, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Fuller, A. Oveta, Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Gradwohl, Steven E., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, medical leave, March 1-April 15, 2005 Hook, Peter E., Professor of Indo-Aryan Languages, with tenure, and Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-December 31, 2006 Huesmann, L. Rowell, Professor of Communication Studies, with tenure, and Professor of Psychology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 James, David A., Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Martin, David C., Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, with tenure, Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, without tenure, and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 McCauley, Laurie K., William K. and Mary Anne Nijjar Professor of Periodontics, Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, School of Dentistry, and Professor of Pathology, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Porter, James I., Professor of Greek, Latin, and Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Rees, Riley, Professor of Surgery, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, January 1-March 31, 2006 Rosenthal, Judy V., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Rush, Jon N., Professor of Art, School of Art and Design, retirement furlough, January 1-December 31, 2006 Schellenberg, Kathryn L., Associate Professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Sharp, Robert R., Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Squatriti, Paolo, Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, research leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Vaillant, Derek W., Associate Professor of Communication Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Yoshihama, Mieko, Associate Professor of Social Work, with tenure, School of Social Work, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-March 31, 2006 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Somers, Margaret R., Professor of Sociology, with tenure, and Professor of History, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extended sick leave, September 1, 2005-January 31, 2006, previously reported as sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Gong, Siew-Ging, Assistant Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, September 30, 2005 Hyde, Mildred K., Assistant Professor of Management Studies, UM-Dearborn School of Management, December 31, 2005 Retired Keyes, P. Landis, Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, with tenure, Medical School, August 31, 2005 146

Page  147 November Meeting, 2005 Term Completed Beck, Larry W., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, May 31, 2005 El-Fouly, Mohamed H., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 30, 2005 Supiano, Mark A., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, September 30, 2005 CANCELLATION OF PREVIOUSLY APPROVED REGENTS COMMUNICATION Ralston, Steven M., cancellation of communication submitted and approved in the September 2004 Regents' Meeting, appointing Steven M. Ralston as Chair, Department of Communication, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 2 retiring faculty members. Martha S. Hill, Ph.D., research professor in the Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, retired from active faculty status on October 31, 2005. Professor Hill received her B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina in 1971 and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1974 and 1977, respectively. From 1975-76 she was an instructor at Eastern Michigan University. She joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1977 as an assistant research scientist in the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research, and was promoted to associate research scientist in 1984 and senior research scientist (research professor) in 1997. Within the Institute for Social Research, Professor Hill's research has focused on family economics, family structure issues, poverty and inequality, and intergenerational influences and assistance. From 2002-05, Professor Hill served as director of the Detroit Area Study. She was a member of the Survey Research Center's Senior Staff Advisory Committee from 1994-96 and was a member of its Standing Committee on Diversity from 2002-04. Professor Hill served on the Senate Assembly's Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty from 1993-94. Professor Hill has received many honors during the course of her career. In 1996 she received a visiting fellowship to take part in the British Household Study at the University of Essex in England. In 1997, Professor Hill spent a year at the Gothenburg University in Sweden as Malmsten guest professor, and in 2002 she was a Fulbright Senior Specialist in New Zealand. The Regents now salute this distinguished scholar by naming Martha S. Hill research professor emerita. P. Landis Keyes, Ph.D., professor of molecular and integrative physiology and research professor in the Reproductive Sciences Program, retired from active faculty status on August 31, 2005. A native of North Carolina, Professor Keyes received his B.S. (1960) and M.S. (1962) degrees from North Carolina State University and his Ph.D. degree (1966) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He did postdoctoral work at Harvard Medical School from 1966-68 and served on the faculty of Albany Medical College from 1968-72. Professor Keyes joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1972 as assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and was promoted to associate professor in 1975. In 1974 he was also appointed assistant professor in the Department of Physiology, and was promoted to associate professor in 1981 and professor in 1984. He was an associate research scientist in the Center for Human Growth and 147

Page  148 November Meeting, 2005 Development from 1981-84 and was appointed research scientist in the Reproductive Sciences Program in 1996. Professor Keyes' research and scholarly activities have focused on reproductive endocrinology, specifically ovarian function. He has nearly 100 publications and is well known for his work on the ovarian corpus luteum. An important member of the teaching faculty, he has taught courses in reproductive science, endocrinology, and gastrointestinal physiology to medical, graduate, and undergraduate students, coordinated reproductive and endocrine coursework within the medical curriculum, and played a major role in organizing teaching sponsored by the Reproductive Sciences Program. He served on 30 Ph.D. thesis committees, and supervised and mentored a number of students and postdoctoral fellows. Professor Keyes served on a number of departmental committees, as chair of the Physiology Graduate Committee, and as acting director of the Reproductive Sciences Program. He was editor or editorial board member for a number of journals, including Endocrinology, and was president of the Society for the Study of Reproduction in 2002-2003. The Regents now salute this distinguished researcher and educator for his dedicated service by naming P. Landis Keyes professor emeritus of molecular and integrative physiology and research professor emeritus. Memorials. No deaths of active faculty members were reported to the Regents this month. Degrees. President Coleman submitted recommendations for the following individuals to received honorary degrees: Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor and printmaker (Doctor of Fine Arts); Freeman Dyson, physicist and science writer (Doctor of Science); William Richardson, academic leader and W.K. Kellogg Foundation president (Doctor of Laws); and Samuel Zell, businessman and philanthropist (Doctor of Laws). She announced that Dr. Dyson would serve as speaker at the Winter 2005 commencement. The December 2005 Doctoral Degree List was also submitted for approval. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. Alternative Asset Commitments (Fudo Capital, L.P.; ChrysCapital IV, LLC) On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved commitment of $20 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Fudo Capital, L.P., and $15 million from the Long Term Portfolio to ChrysCapital IV, LLC. State Building Authority Financing of University of Michigan Projects in Ann Arbor and Dearborn Campuses On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the following actions with respect to each of three University projects to be financed by the State Building Authority (SBA): the Literature, Science and the Arts Building Renovation and the Engineering Laboratory Building Addition on 148

Page  149 November Meeting, 2005 the Ann Arbor Campus, and the Science Building Addition on the Dearborn Campus. The actions taken include approval for each project of resolutions (see Appendices, pp. 151-161) authorizing the appropriate officers to: * On or prior to the SBA's issuance of commercial paper notes, execute the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement and Bill of Sale for each project. * At or near completion of each project and prior to the issuance of the SBA's bonds, execute the respective lease, convey title to the property, and execute any necessary easement agreements required for the financing of the project. * Execute any other documentation required for the financing of the projects by the SBA. Regents Deitch and Brandon were absent, and Regent Taylor was not present for the vote. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Renovation On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Renovation project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers University Hospital Chiller Replacement - FY 2006 On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers University Hospital Chiller Replacement - FY 2006 project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. FY 2007 State Operating Request, Ann Arbor Campus On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the annual operating request to the state for the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus for FY 2007. FY 2007 State Operating Request, University of Michigan-Dearborn On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the annual operating request to the state for the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus for FY 2007. Regent Taylor was away from the table for this and the remaining votes. FY 2007 State Operating Request, University of Michigan-Flint On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the annual operating request to the state for the University of Michigan-Flint campus for FY 2007. 149

Page  150 November Meeting, 2005 New Dual Degree Program to be offered by the University of Michigan-Dearborn School of Management (Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Finance) On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved a new dual degree program ("Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Finance") to be offered by the University of Michigan-Dearborn School of Management. Change in Name of Department of Chemistry at the University of Michigan-Flint On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved a change in the name of the Department of Chemistry in the UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 4:40 p.m. The Regents heard comments from the following individuals, on the topics indicated: Jim Mogensen, citizen, on constructive criticism of the University of Michigan Health System; Richard Bernstein, member of the Wayne State University Board of Governors, Deedee Varick, student, and Rachael Jankowski, student, on support for a regional mass transit system serving Detroit Metro Airport; Alice Ralph, alumna and member of the Washtenaw County Historic District Commission, on the Gordon Hall Historic District; and David Boyle, alumnus, on why the University should not invest in Sudan. The following students spoke on amending the University's non-discrimination bylaw to include "gender identity or expression;" Stephen Rassi, Anna Paris, Sebastian Colon-Otero, Andrea Knittel, Mary Jo Adgate, and Andre Wilson. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:35 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for December 15, 2005. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 150

Page  151 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX A RESOLUTION OF THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN APPROVING A CONSTRUCTION AND COMPLETION ASSURANCE AGREEMENT, A CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY, A LEASE AND AN EASEMENT AGREEMENT, IF NECESSARY, FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - ANN ARBOR CENTRAL CAMPUS RENOVATIONS PHASE II LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS BUILDING A RESOLUTION of the Regents of the University of Michigan (i) approving (a) a form of construction and completion assurance agreement (the "Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement"), by and among the State Building Authority (the "Authority"), the State of Michigan (the "State") and the Regents of the University of Michigan, a Michigan constitutional body corporate (the "Educational Institution"), providing for the rights, duties and obligations of the Authority, the State and the Educational Institution with respect to the Educational Institution's Ann Arbor Central Campus Renovations Phase II Literature, Science and the Arts Building and the site therefor (the "Facility") during the construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility and prior to the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (b) the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (c) a lease (the "Lease"), by and among the Authority, the Educational Institution and the State, for the purpose of leasing the Facility to the State and the Educational Institution and (d) an easement and/or other agreement (the "Easement Agreement") between the Authority and the Educational Institution, if necessary and/or desirable in connection with access, parking, utilities, pedestrians, encroachments, and/or other matters pertaining to the interactions between the Facility and real property owned by the Educational Institution, and (ii) providing for other matters related thereto. WHEREAS, the Authority has been incorporated under and pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 183, Public Acts of Michigan, 1964, as amended ("Act 183"), for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, furnishing, equipping, owning, improving, enlarging, operating, mortgaging and maintaining buildings, necessary parking structures or lots and facilities, and sites therefor, for the use of the State, including institutions of higher education created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 (the "State Constitution"), or any of its agencies; and WHEREAS, the Educational Institution has been maintained and created pursuant to Sections 4 and 5 of Article 8 of the State Constitution; and WHEREAS, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority finance the acquisition, construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility in consideration of (i) the Educational Institution granting a license to the Authority to enter upon the site of the Facility (the "Site") in order to undertake such construction, renovation and/or equipping, (ii) the Educational Institution undertaking on behalf of the Authority the oversight of such construction, renovation and/or equipping and (iii) the Educational Institution conveying the Facility to the Authority on or prior to the date of its completion, and the Authority is willing to provide such financing in consideration of the items described above; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority acquire the Facility on or prior to the date of its completion, and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution, and the Authority is willing to acquire the Facility and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the Site is presently owned by the Educational Institution, the Facility will be constructed by the Educational Institution on behalf of the Authority, and it is intended that the Site and the Facility be conveyed to the Authority by the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the acquisition of the Facility by the Authority for use by and lease to the Educational Institution and the State is necessary in order for the State and the Educational Institution to carry out necessary governmental functions and to provide necessary services to the people of the State as mandated or permitted by constitution and law, and the use of Act 183 to accomplish such acquisition represents the most practical means to that end at the lowest cost to the State and the Educational Institution; and 151

Page  152 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX A WHEREAS, Section 7 of Act 183 provides that the Lease shall be approved by the Authority, by the State Administrative Board of the State and by concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State concurred in by a majority of the members elected to and serving in each house and if the Lease is for an institution of higher education existing or created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the State Constitution, then in addition, the Lease shall be authorized by the institution of higher education and signed by its authorized officer and, accordingly, it is necessary that the Educational Institution authorize and approve the Lease; and WHEREAS, if it is determined that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then in order to meet any such requirement, it may be necessary for an authorized officer of the Educational Institution to approve an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements to provide for such easements and/or agreements; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN THAT: 1 The plans for the Facility, as filed with the Educational Institution, are hereby approved. 2. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver, at the appropriate time, the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A for and on behalf of the Educational Institution. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement as do not materially adversely affect the Educational Institution. 3. The conveyance of the Site and the Facility to the Authority in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement is hereby approved, and the then seated President and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver a warranty deed in substantially the form attached as Exhibit B and bills of sale to accomplish such conveyance in such form as may be from time to time approved by such officers. 4. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Lease in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Lease in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement and in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C for and on behalf of the Educational Institution and such officer is hereby designated as an authorized officer of the Educational Institution for purposes of Section 7 of Act 183. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Lease as do not materially 152

Page  153 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX A 5. If in connection with the entering into of the Lease, and if the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution determines that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then such officer is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements if necessary in order to meet any such requirement. 6. The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to take or cause to be taken all other actions, including, without limitation, making requests of and approving requests from the Authority and the State and signing certificates, documents or other instruments, on behalf of the Educational Institution, as he deems necessary or desirable under the circumstances to accomplish the purposes of the transactions authorized in this Resolution. 7. The Educational Institution further confirms its obligations to perform the duties and obligations specified in the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and the Lease (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and acknowledges that such obligations do not depend upon passage of title to the Facility to the Educational Institution without consideration upon termination of the Lease. The Educational Institution hereby recognizes that it would execute and deliver the Lease even if title to the Facility would not pass upon termination of the Lease. 8. The Educational Institution recognizes that the Authority shall pay for costs of the Facility in an amount not in excess of $14,769,231. 9. All ordinances, resolutions and orders or parts thereof in conflict with the provisions of this Resolution are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed. 10. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption. 153

Page  154 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX B RESOLUTION OF THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN APPROVING A CONSTRUCTION AND COMPLETION ASSURANCE AGREEMENT, A CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY, A LEASE AND AN EASEMENT AGREEMENT, IF NECESSARY, FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - DEARBORN HUBBARD DRIVE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION BUILDING ACQUISITION (PHASE II) ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE BUILDING RENOVATIONS ENGINEERING LABORATORY BUILDING ADDITION A RESOLUTION of the Regents of the University of Michigan (i) approving (a) a form of construction and completion assurance agreement (the "Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement"), by and among the State Building Authority (the "Authority"), the State of Michigan (the "State") and the Regents of the University of Michigan, a Michigan constitutional body corporate (the "Educational Institution"), providing for the rights, duties and obligations of the Authority, the State and the Educational Institution with respect to the Educational Institution's Dearborn Hubbard Drive Professional Training and Education Building Acquisition (Phase II) Engineering and Science Building Renovations Engineering Laboratory Building Addition and the site therefor (the "Facility") during the construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility and prior to the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (b) the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (c) a lease (the "Lease"), by and among the Authority, the Educational Institution and the State, for the purpose of leasing the Facility to the State and the Educational Institution and (d) an easement and/or other agreement (the "Easement Agreement") between the Authority and the Educational Institution, if necessary and/or desirable in connection with access, parking, utilities, pedestrians, encroachments, and/or other matters pertaining to the interactions between the Facility and real property owned by the Educational Institution, and (ii) providing for other matters related thereto. WHEREAS, the Authority has been incorporated under and pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 183, Public Acts of Michigan, 1964, as amended ("Act 183"), for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, furnishing, equipping, owning, improving, enlarging, operating, mortgaging and maintaining buildings, necessary parking structures or lots and facilities, and sites therefor, for the use of the State, including institutions of higher education created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 (the "State Constitution"), or any of its agencies; and WHEREAS, the Educational Institution has been maintained and created pursuant to Sections 4 and 5 of Article 8 of the State Constitution; and WHEREAS, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority finance the acquisition, construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility in consideration of (i) the Educational Institution granting a license to the Authority to enter upon the site of the Facility (the "Site") in order to undertake such construction, renovation and/or equipping, (ii) the Educational Institution undertaking on behalf of the Authority the oversight of such construction, renovation and/or equipping and (iii) the Educational Institution conveying the Facility to the Authority on or prior to the date of its completion, and the Authority is willing to provide such financing in consideration of the items described above; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority acquire the Facility on or prior to the date of its completion, and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution, and the Authority is willing to acquire the Facility and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the Site is presently owned by the Educational Institution, the Facility will be constructed by the Educational Institution on behalf of the Authority, and it is intended that the Site and the Facility be conveyed to the Authority by the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the acquisition of the Facility by the Authority for use by and lease to the Educational Institution and the State is necessary in order for the State and the Educational Institution to carry out necessary governmental functions and to provide necessary services to the people of the State as mandated or permitted by constitution and 154

Page  155 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX B law, and the use of Act 183 to accomplish such acquisition represents the most practical means to that end at the lowest cost to the State and the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, Section 7 of Act 183 provides that the Lease shall be approved by the Authority, by the State Administrative Board of the State and by concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State concurred in by a majority of the members elected to and serving in each house and if the Lease is for an institution of higher education existing or created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the State Constitution, then in addition, the Lease shall be authorized by the institution of higher education and signed by its authorized officer and, accordingly, it is necessary that the Educational Institution authorize and approve the Lease; and WHEREAS, if it is determined that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then in order to meet any such requirement, it may be necessary for an authorized officer of the Educational Institution to approve an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements to provide for such easements and/or agreements; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN THAT: 11. The plans for the Facility, as filed with the Educational Institution, are hereby approved. 2. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver, at the appropriate time, the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A for and on behalf of the Educational Institution. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement as do not materially adversely affect the Educational Institution. 3. The conveyance of the Site and the Facility to the Authority in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement is hereby approved, and the then seated President and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver a warranty deed in substantially the form attached as Exhibit B and bills of sale to accomplish such conveyance in such form as may be from time to time approved by such officers. 4. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Lease in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Lease in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement and in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C for and on behalf of the Educational Institution and such officer is hereby designated as an authorized officer of the Educational Institution for purposes of Section 7 of Act 183. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Lease as do not materially alter the substance and intent thereof as expressed in the Lease and the request for action submitted to the Regents in connection therewith; provided such officer is not hereby authorized to approve a change in the Lease with respect to the range of rental, the description of the Facility or the material financial obligations of the Educational Institution contained in the Lease approved herein. The Educational Institution hereby determines that the maximum rental in the amount described below is reasonable and the authorized officer is hereby authorized to approve in the Lease, as executed, rental in annual amounts 155

Page  156 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX B determined by the final appraisal of "True Rental," but not exceeding $847,000 in any 12-month period and a lease term of not exceeding 40 years. 5. If in connection with the entering into of the Lease, and if the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution determines that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then such officer is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements if necessary in order to meet any such requirement. 6. The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to take or cause to be taken all other actions, including, without limitation, making requests of and approving requests from the Authority and the State and signing certificates, documents or other instruments, on behalf of the Educational Institution, as he deems necessary or desirable under the circumstances to accomplish the purposes of the transactions authorized in this Resolution. 7. The Educational Institution further confirms its obligations to perform the duties and obligations specified in the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and the Lease (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and acknowledges that such obligations do not depend upon passage of title to the Facility to the Educational Institution without consideration upon termination of the Lease. The Educational Institution hereby recognizes that it would execute and deliver the Lease even if title to the Facility would not pass upon termination of the Lease. 8. The Educational Institution recognizes that the Authority shall pay for costs of the Facility in an amount not in excess of $9,450,000. 9. All ordinances, resolutions and orders or parts thereof in conflict with the provisions of this Resolution are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed. 10. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption. 156

Page  157 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX C RESOLUTION OF THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN APPROVING A CONSTRUCTION AND COMPLETION ASSURANCE AGREEMENT, A CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY, A LEASE AND AN EASEMENT AGREEMENT, IF NECESSARY, FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - DEARBORN HUBBARD DRIVE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION BUILDING ACQUISITION (PHASE II) ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE BUILDING RENOVATIONS SCIENCE BUILDING ADDITION A RESOLUTION of the Regents of the University of Michigan (i) approving (a) a form of construction and completion assurance agreement (the "Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement"), by and among the State Building Authority (the "Authority"), the State of Michigan (the "State") and the Regents of the University of Michigan, a Michigan constitutional body corporate (the "Educational Institution"), providing for the rights, duties and obligations of the Authority, the State and the Educational Institution with respect to the Educational Institution's Dearborn Hubbard Drive Professional Training and Education Building Acquisition (Phase II) Engineering and Science Building Renovations Science Building Addition and the site therefor (the "Facility") during the construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility and prior to the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (b) the conveyance of the Facility to the Authority, (c) a lease (the "Lease"), by and among the Authority, the Educational Institution and the State, for the purpose of leasing the Facility to the State and the Educational Institution and (d) an easement and/or other agreement (the "Easement Agreement") between the Authority and the Educational Institution, if necessary and/or desirable in connection with access, parking, utilities, pedestrians, encroachments, and/or other matters pertaining to the interactions between the Facility and real property owned by the Educational Institution, and (ii) providing for other matters related thereto. WHEREAS, the Authority has been incorporated under and pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 183, Public Acts of Michigan, 1964, as amended ("Act 183"), for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, furnishing, equipping, owning, improving, enlarging, operating, mortgaging and maintaining buildings, necessary parking structures or lots and facilities, and sites therefor, for the use of the State, including institutions of higher education created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 (the "State Constitution"), or any of its agencies; and WHEREAS, the Educational Institution has been maintained and created pursuant to Sections 4 and 5 of Article 8 of the State Constitution; and WHEREAS, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority finance the acquisition, construction, renovation and/or equipping of the Facility in consideration of (i) the Educational Institution granting a license to the Authority to enter upon the site of the Facility (the "Site") in order to undertake such construction, renovation and/or equipping, (ii) the Educational Institution undertaking on behalf of the Authority the oversight of such construction, renovation and/or equipping and (iii) the Educational Institution conveying the Facility to the Authority on or prior to the date of its completion, and the Authority is willing to provide such financing in consideration of the items described above; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement, the State and the Educational Institution desire that the Authority acquire the Facility on or prior to the date of its completion, and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution, and the Authority is willing to acquire the Facility and lease the same to the State and the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the Site is presently owned by the Educational Institution, the Facility will be constructed by the Educational Institution on behalf of the Authority, and it is intended that the Site and the Facility be conveyed to the Authority by the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, the acquisition of the Facility by the Authority for use by and lease to the Educational Institution and the State is necessary in order for the State and the Educational Institution to carry out necessary governmental functions and to provide necessary services to the people of the State as mandated or permitted by constitution and 157

Page  158 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX C law, and the use of Act 183 to accomplish such acquisition represents the most practical means to that end at the lowest cost to the State and the Educational Institution; and WHEREAS, Section 7 of Act 183 provides that the Lease shall be approved by the Authority, by the State Administrative Board of the State and by concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State concurred in by a majority of the members elected to and serving in each house and if the Lease is for an institution of higher education existing or created pursuant to Section 4, 5, 6 or 7 of Article 8 of the State Constitution, then in addition, the Lease shall be authorized by the institution of higher education and signed by its authorized officer and, accordingly, it is necessary that the Educational Institution authorize and approve the Lease; and WHEREAS, if it is determined that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then in order to meet any such requirement, it may be necessary for an authorized officer of the Educational Institution to approve an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements to provide for such easements and/or agreements; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN THAT: 1 The plans for the Facility, as filed with the Educational Institution, are hereby approved. 2. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver, at the appropriate time, the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement in substantially the form attached as Exhibit A for and on behalf of the Educational Institution. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement as do not materially adversely affect the Educational Institution. 3. The conveyance of the Site and the Facility to the Authority in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement is hereby approved, and the then seated President and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver a warranty deed in substantially the form attached as Exhibit B and bills of sale to accomplish such conveyance in such form as may be from time to time approved by such officers. 4. The Educational Institution hereby authorizes and approves the Lease in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C, and the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Lease in accordance with the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement and in substantially the form attached as Exhibit C for and on behalf of the Educational Institution and such officer is hereby designated as an authorized officer of the Educational Institution for purposes of Section 7 of Act 183. Such officer is hereby authorized to approve such changes in and modifications to the Lease as do not materially alter the substance and intent thereof as expressed in the Lease and the request for action submitted to the Regents in connection therewith; provided such officer is not hereby authorized to approve a change in the Lease with respect to the range of rental, the description of the Facility or the material financial obligations of the Educational Institution contained in the Lease approved herein. The Educational Institution hereby determines that the maximum rental in the amount described below is reasonable and the authorized officer is hereby authorized to approve in the Lease, as executed, rental in annual amounts 158

Page  159 NOVEMBER MEETING, 2005 - APPENDIX C determined by the final appraisal of "True Rental," but not exceeding $646,000 in any 12-month period and a lease term of not exceeding 40 years. 5. If in connection with the entering into of the Lease, and if the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution determines that (i) the Authority will require an easement from a public road to the Facility over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has access to the Facility, (ii) the Educational Institution will require for future use certain easements through the Facility, (iii) the Authority and the Educational Institution will require an agreement to share a common structural wall, (iv) the Authority will require an easement over real property owned by the Educational Institution so that the Authority has sufficient parking available in connection with the reasonable use of the Facility, and/or (v) the Authority and/or the Educational Institution will require other easements and/or agreements pertaining to the Facility and/or real property owned by the Educational Institution (such as, but without limitation, easements and/or agreements pertaining to pedestrian traffic, utility lines, and/or encroachments), then such officer is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver an Easement Agreement or Easement Agreements if necessary in order to meet any such requirement. 6. The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Educational Institution is hereby authorized and directed to take or cause to be taken all other actions, including, without limitation, making requests of and approving requests from the Authority and the State and signing certificates, documents or other instruments, on behalf of the Educational Institution, as he deems necessary or desirable under the circumstances to accomplish the purposes of the transactions authorized in this Resolution. 7. The Educational Institution further confirms its obligations to perform the duties and obligations specified in the Construction and Completion Assurance Agreement (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and the Lease (only upon its execution by the authorized officer of the Educational Institution) and acknowledges that such obligations do not depend upon passage of title to the Facility to the Educational Institution without consideration upon termination of the Lease. The Educational Institution hereby recognizes that it would execute and deliver the Lease even if title to the Facility would not pass upon termination of the Lease. 8. The Educational Institution recognizes that the Authority shall pay for costs of the Facility in an amount not in excess of $7,200,000. 9. All ordinances, resolutions and orders or parts thereof in conflict with the provisions of this Resolution are, to the extent of such conflict, hereby repealed. 10. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption. 159

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Page  161 DECEMBER MEETING, 2005 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor December 15, 2005 The Regents convened at 2:10 p.m. in the155 Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President and Secretary Churchill, Interim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, Vice President Ulaby, and Vice President Wilbanks. Regent McGowan arrived at 2:50 p.m.; Regent White left the meeting at 3:00 p.m. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone to the final Board of Regents' Meeting of 2005. President Coleman commented on the presentations to be made at the meeting. She also announced that Chancellor Mestas had recently made a generous gift of $50,000 toward scholarship support for UM-Flint students, in addition to a $500,000 bequest for the Juan E. Mestas Scholarship. She thanked him for his generosity. President Coleman also noted that this would be the last meeting for Vice President Fawwaz Ulaby, who is stepping down after seven years as vice president for research. She thanked him for his leadership and a round of applause followed. President Coleman commented that the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) would be returning to campus October 24 through November 12, 2006. Ann Arbor will be the only venue in the United States where the RSC will be performing any of the plays in its complete cycle of Shakespeare's plays it will be doing that year. Regent Maynard commented about how much Chancellor Mestas' gift meant to the University of Michigan-Flint campus, and that it speaks to the great leadership he has provided. Presentation: "Nursing at Michigan: It Makes All the Difference" President Coleman introduced Dean Ada Sue Hinshaw, who made a presentation about current programs and activities at the School of Nursing. She noted that the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has increased from 456 students in 2001 to 615 in 2005, and that the "Accelerated Second Career Program," which began in 2004 with 24 students, doubled in size in 2005. Dean Hinshaw reported that the school ranks third nationally, its B.S.N.-Ph.D. program is one of the top programs in the country, and research productivity has dramatically increased in recent years. The two major challenges faced by the school are recruitment and retention of faculty and the need for expansion and/or renovation to meet current needs for space. Following the presentation, Dean Hinshaw responded to questions from President Coleman and the Regents. President Coleman then called on Vice President Harper to provide an overview of the activities of the Division of Student Affairs. 161

Page  162 December Meeting, 2005 Division of Student Affairs Overview Vice President Harper described the mission and functions of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA), noting that the mission statement includes commitment to students' learning, development of the whole student, a diverse campus community, partnerships with schools and colleges, and student transformation. She described the varied functions of the DSA and noted that the work of the division is informed by theory and research, most of which is concerned with systematic change in students over time while in college. She described the characteristics of the four generations that can currently be found on college campuses, and noted that each of these has a common set of attitudes, beliefs and behaviors, and location in the historical continuum. She described the general traits of current undergraduate students, who are members of the "Millenium" generation, and specific characteristics of Michigan undergraduates, noting that these data inform the division's program offerings and other student life initiatives. She concluded that the challenge is to "invite students to bring their life experiences into the learning process, to reflect upon their own and others' perspectives, to expand their viewpoint, and to apply new understanding to their lives. At Michigan, we also aspire to have our students live the Michigan difference by making a contribution to their university community and also by changing the world in which they live." Following some discussion, President Coleman called on Steve Grafton, director of the Alumni Association. Alumni Update Mr. Grafton noted that one of the biggest factors in alumni involvement is their experience as students. He provided an update on what he has been hearing from alumni and the kinds of feedback they give about the University and other issues that are important to them. Mr. Grafton also commented that for some time the Alumni Association has wanted to develop relationships with alumni who live overseas and that President Coleman's recent visit to China provided the impetus for the association to enhance its relationship with alumni in China. The Alumni Association plans to return to China regularly to further develop this relationship. He praised President Coleman for her leadership in supporting global outreach to University alumni. Mr. Grafton informed the Regents about the feedback he's received about the University from a series of meetings with alumni that he has been convening around the country. Of particular interest, he noted that alumni are proud of the University. They are pleased with the University's efforts to enhance the undergraduate experience and to improve student housing, but express concern about the affordability of and access to quality higher education. They also value the University's efforts to achieve diversity and are concerned about the decline in state support for higher education. With respect to Michigan Stadium, alumni are strongly in favor of having it remain the nation's largest college football stadium. Mr. Grafton concluded that alumni express a high degree of satisfaction with the University of Michigan, and the Alumni Association is continuing its efforts to enhance alumni participation and to engage alumni more deeply in the life of the University. 162

Page  163 December Meeting, 2005 Following some discussion about Mr. Grafton's report, President Coleman turned to the regular agenda. She noted that due to the fact that there were no committee meetings this month there would be no committee reports. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of November 17, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, and the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Report. He announced that the Hill Auditorium renovation project had received an honor award from the AIA Detroit. He commented that the units had been informed of sharp increases in the cost of natural gas, even though actions taken by the University on a number of levels had helped to mitigate these costs somewhat. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. Vice President Ulaby submitted the Report of Projects Established, November 1-November 30, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. There was no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. Vice President Harper introduced members of her staff who were present at the meeting and called attention to the recommended reappointment of Susan Eklund as dean of students. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little updated the Regents about progress in the Dearborn campus's efforts to certify its public safety officers. He reported that the two required public hearings had taken place earlier that month and a formal proposal would be brought forward for Regental approval early in 2006. He said that the primary reasons the campus is seeking certification are to give officers the ability to enforce traffic regulations and to intervene in potentially violent or dangerous situations. He said that the total cost of completing the certification process would be $200,000 over a four-year period. Chancellor Little also reported that the UM-Dearborn had received a Ford Foundation "Difficult Dialogs" award, and this represents a validation of the importance of the campus's "metropolitan vision." University of Michigan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas commented that the campus's strategic plan has been endorsed unanimously by all campus constituencies and is now in the process of being implemented. The three pillars of the plan: academic excellence, student centeredness, and engaged citizenship, are being incorporated into the budget planning process for next year. Students displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Provost Gramlich reported that in early September the University had admitted 65 students from campuses in New Orleans as non-candidate-for-degree ("NCFD") students, which allowed them to continue progress toward their degrees with the understanding that they would return to their home institutions when these institutions reopened. The students had received tuition grants covering the full cost of tuition and fees. In November, officials at Tulane, Loyola, and the University of New Orleans confirmed that those institutions 163

Page  164 December Meeting, 2005 were prepared to welcome students back in January, while Xavier University, which will not be reopening yet, has authorized the University of Michigan to retain its students for another term. In November all of these NCFD student were notified that they were expected to return to their home institutions unless extenuating circumstances made it impossible for the student to make progress toward his or her degree. He noted that federal regulations preclude the University of Michigan from providing aid to these students who remain at Michigan unless authorized by their home institution. Students with extenuating circumstances are being dealt with on a case-by-case basis in the individual admitting offices, while students who wish to transfer will be considered for admission and financial aid based on the University's standard eligibility requirements. Associate Provost Lester Monts responded to questions about this program. Regent Newman pointed out that there was an understanding among the New Orleans universities and the University of Michigan and other institutions that had temporarily accommodated the displaced students that the accommodation would last only until the home institutions were able to reopen and welcome them back. President Coleman and Associate Provost Monts pointed out that each student's situation was being treated on a case-by-case basis. Michigan Student Assembly Report. MSA President Jesse Levine thanked President Harper for her leadership on behalf of students. He then gave updates on current MSA programs and activities. Voluntary Support. Vice President May reported that there had been a large number of new pledges to the campaign in the past few months, bringing the total raised to date to $1.946 billion. Vice President May submitted the report of voluntary support for November, 2005. Accenture Foundation, Inc., Chicago, Illinois for employee matching gifts.......................................................... $46,503 Ann and Carman Adams Fund of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 30,500 Barry A. Adelman Family Foundation, Scarsdale, New York for the Barry A. Adelman Endowed Scholarship Fund and other support in the Law School........ 180,000 Aegis Property Group, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the Economics Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 10,000 Albert Nordheimer Trust for the Brandt Fund for Judaica in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................. 10,000 Thomas E. Alford, Pasadena, California for the Thomas E. Alford Scholarship Fund in the School of Information........................ 10,000 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................................... 104,868 American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia for research and other support in the Division of Kinesiology and the Medical School............. 266,815 American Express Philanthropic Program, New York, New York for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 25,000 Susan K. Amster, Encino, California 237 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation common stock for the Class of 1979 Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, for the Herbert S. and Carol L. Amster Endowed Lupus Research Fund in the Medical School, and for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................... 14,111 Andrah Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Nichols Arboretum Fund....................... 26,132 Anonymous Donor 8,071 shares of various corporate common stock for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund, the Sidney Fine 164

Page  165 December Meeting, 2005 Excellence in Teaching Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for Camp Michigania.......................................................... 201,256 Anonymous Donor for research in the Medical School................................................... 200000 Anonymous Donor for University of Michigan Hospital Motor Meals Ann Arbor and for the University Musical Society. 155,000 Anonymous Donor for support in the Medical School and for the University Musical Society...................... 100,000 Anonymous Donor for research in the Medical School, and for the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, and the Prudence and Amnon Rosenthal Endowment Fund........................................ 55, 150 Anonymous Donor for the University Musical Society.................................................... 20,000 Anonymous Donor for scholarships and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 18,500 Anonymous Donor for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 Eugene Applebaum Family Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Eugene Applebaum "Dare to Dream" Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....... 75,000 Lisa S. Applebaum Fund of the Eugene Applebaum Family Foundation, New York, New York for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................... 30,000 Applied Engineering & Technology, Troy for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 14,520 Arbitron, Inc., Columbia, Maryland for scholarships in the Institute for Social Research........................................ 25,000 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School...................................... 41,125 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................ 28,000 AT&T Labs - Research, Florham Park, New Jersey for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 35,000 Richard A. Auhll, Aspen, Colorado 7, 145 shares of EMC Corporation Massachusetts common stock for the Richard A. Auhll Professorship Fund in the College of Engineering...................... 98,029 Ann Edmunds Avery, Grand Rapids for the Avery Charitable Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Charles W. Edmunds Fund for Graduate Fellowships in Pharmacology and for the Clements Library................... 10,100 Anna Botsford Bach Foundation for Seniors of the Ann Arbor Community, Ann Arbor for the Silver Club Adult Day Program................................................. 10,000 Fredric G. Bader, Frazer, Pennsylvania for the Bader Scholarship Fund....................................................... 12,500 Baldwin Foundation, Grand Rapids for WUOM..................................................................... 10000 David J. Barger, New York, New York 50,000 shares of JetBlue Airways Corporation common stock for the Barger Family Professorship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 930,000 Roberta Barnes, McLean, Virginia for the Michigan in Washington Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....10,000 Harold S. Barron, Chicago, Illinois 1,000 shares of Intel Corporation common stock and a cash gift for the Harold S. Barron Scholarship Fund in the Law School and for the Student Publication Building Renovation Fund................................................. 26,500 Frank W. Batsch, Naples, Florida 500 shares of Lancaster Colony Corporation common stock for the Barbara and Frank Batsch Football Scholarship in the Department of Athletics.............. 18,770 Lewis B. Becker Trust for the Lewis and Lillian Becker Professorship in the Medical School......................... 300,000 165

Page  166 December Meeting, 2005 Project Fund in the Museum of Art, for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music, and for support in the University Library........................ 15,788 Bennett Living Trust 1,840 shares of various corporate common stock for support in the Law School......................................................... 87,570 Nancy D. Berkowitz, New York, New York for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art..................................... 100,000 Robert H. Berry Ann Arbor 169 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation common stock for research in the Medical School..................................................... 10,093 Kenneth Bettsteller, Las Vegas, Nevada for the K. & K. Bettsteller Endowed Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........ 10,000 Betz Industries, Grand Rapids for the Richard A. Flinn Scholarship Fund and other support in the College of Engineering, for support in the Department of Athletics, and for the Spring to Life Fund in the Medical School..... 13,000 Robert E. Betzig, Ann Arbor for the Keen-Nalan Endowment Fund in the Department of Athletics........................... 15,000 Martha T. Bhatia, Ann Arbor for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art...................................... 10,000 Bickner Family Foundation, Sycamore, Illinois for the Building Fund in the Law School................................................. 300,000 Brian L. Bilzin, Miami Beach, Florida for the Bilzin Family Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........... 20,000 Duane A. Bingel, Fort Myers, Florida 340 shares of Masco Corporation common stock for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,322 A. G. Bishop Charitable Trust for support at the University of Michigan-Flint......................................... 10,000 Barry S. Blattman, Armonk, New York 148 shares of Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc., common stock for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................... 10,080 Steven H. Bloom, Armonk, New York 450 shares of Timberland Company common stock for support in the School of Public Health............................................... 14,767 Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Ridgefield, Connecticut for research in the College of Pharmacy................................................. 10,000 William J. Bogaard, Pasadena, California 1,880 shares of SLM Corporation common stock for the Building Fund in the Law School.............................................. 100,815 Mary Carmel and Thomas Borders Family Fund Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the Medical School................................................... 30,000 John Boyd, Orchard Lake for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for the Real Estate Initiative in A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.............................. 45,000 Fred C. Brandenburg, Dearborn for support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn...................................... 10,000 James E. Brandt, New York, New York for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School................................ 20,000 William K. Brehm, McLean, Viriginia for the William K. and Delores S. Brehm Endowed Fund, the William K. and Delores S. Brehm MCDC Fund, and the Brehm Diabetes Center Building Fund.............................. 800,000 James R. Browne, Dallas, Texas for research in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 10,000 Ben F. Bryer Foundation, New York, New York for the Ben F. Bryer, M.D. Scholarship Fund in the Medical School and for the Ben F. Bryer Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint................ 110,000 Bugas Fund, Jackson for the Charles G. Harris Neurological Research Fund in the Medical School.................... 100,000 Ian R. N. Bund, Ann Arbor 282 shares of Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., common stock for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund.......................... 11,541 Linda E. Burke, Quincy for the Michigan Prostate Center of Research and Education Fund in the Medical School............ 15,000 Charles H. Buswell Estate for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund........................... 51,000 Will M. Caldwell Trust for the Will and Jeanne Caldwell Funds in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, for the Richard Dennis Teall Hollister Business Communication Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, for the Richard Dennis Teall Hollister Endowed Fund in the College of 166

Page  167 December Meeting, 2005 Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music....................................................... 1,200,000 Margaret I. Campbell, Southport, North Carolina for the Henry Ford Estate at Fair Lane the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................... 25,000 Alfred J. Capoferi, Saint Clair Shores for the Alfred J. and Mary Ann Capoferi Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Alfred J. and Mary Ann Capoferi Scholarship Fund and for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics..................................................... 10,000 Forrest F. Carhart, Jr. Estate for support in the School of Information................................................. 10,000 Laurie K. Carr, Ann Arbor for the Lloyd H. Carr Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics and for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center..................................................... 50,100 David E. A. Carson, Hartford, Connecticut for the David E. A. Carson Washington Campus Undergraduate Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business......................................................... 105,000 David M. Cassard, Grand Rapids 515 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the University of Michigan Club of Grand Rapids Academic Scholarship Fund, and the Cara and David M. Cassard Scholarship Fund, and for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................... 39,366 Caterpillar, Inc., Peoria, Illinois for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Deborah M. Chaskes, Vienna, Virginia 170 shares of UnitedHealth Group, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for support in the Law School and for the Deborah Chaskes Aix Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................. 13,219 Barry N. Checkoway, Ann Arbor for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Nichols Arboretum Fund........................... 10,000 Clan Crawford, Jr., Trust for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Nichols Arboretum Fund......................... 100,000 Dana M. Cluckey, Owosso 300 shares of General Electric Company common stock and a cash gift for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 10,665 Margo Cohen, Birmingham for research in the Medical School.................................................... 200,000 Howard Cohodas, Marquette for the Harry R. Cohodas Graduate Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..... 12,000 Sylvia Casper Cohodas, Longboat Key, Florida for the Sylvia C. and Arnold M. Cohodas Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...................................................... 175,000 Colgate-Palmolive Company, Jeffersonville, Indiana for support in the University Library................................................ 18,000 Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.................................... 381,750 Cook Family Foundation, Owosso for the New England Literature Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 10,000 Lewis H. Cooper, Ann Arbor for the Louis Stout Scholarship in Horn, the George Cavender Marching Band Scholarship, the Glenn P. Smith Scholarship in Trombone, the Carl Haas Scholarship, the Charles Owen and James Salmon Percussion Scholarship, the School of Music Endowed Scholarship, the Larry Teal Scholarship in Saxophone, the Nelson Hauenstein Memorial Scholarship, the William Stubbins Memorial Scholarship in Clarinet, and for the Hugh and Nan Cooper Scholarship Fund in the School of Music..................................................................26,000 William B. Corlis, Detroit for the Robert G. Rodkey Collegiate Professorship in Business Administration Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................... 50,000 John C. Couch Living Trust for the Richard B. Couch Endowed Professorship Fund in the College of Engineering............. 100,000 Coyer Family Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for support in the Medical School................................................. 10,000 Ronnie M. Cresswell, Palm Desert, California for support in the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics and for the Cardiovascular Center.. 15,000 Gayle Crick Fischer, Indianapolis, Indiana 560 shares of Eli Lilly & Company common stock for the William T. and Norma J. Crick Scholarship Fund and other support in the College of Pharmacy........................................................................ 30,341 Carolyn L. Crosby, Fort Wayne, Indiana for the Louis and Margaret Crosby Scholarship Fund..................................... 10,000 167

Page  168 December Meeting, 2005 Laura J. Currie, Midland for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 20,000 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation National Headquarters, Bethesda, Maryland for support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 37,225 Dennis A. Dahlmann, Ann Arbor 450 shares of Bank of America Corporation common stock for the Dahlmann Family Scholarship Fund and other support in the Department of Athletics and for the P. Gregory Peck Memorial Scholarship Fund in the College of Pharmacy.............. 27,902 DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, Auburn Hills for scholarships and other support in the Center for the Education of Women, the College of Engineering, and the University of Michigan-Dearborn, and for employee matching gifts........... 80,716 James H. Danto, Bloomfield Hills for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 25,000 Marvin 1. Danto, Bloomfield Hills for the Marvin and Betty Danto Research Professorship Fund in the Medical School, for the Cardiovascular Center, and for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund.... 2,508,900 Richard and Sandra Dauch Foundation, Detroit for engineering support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.............................. 50,000 David Trust for the Rensis Likert New Directions Fund in the Institute for Social Research................... 20000 Marvin H. Davidson, New York, New York for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art...................................... 200,000 Detroit Red Wing Alumni Association, Inc., West Bloomfield for the Red Wings Alumni Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.......................... 20,000 Dixon and Carol Doll Family Foundation, San Francisco, California for the Otto Gago, M.D. Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School................. 20,000 Robert J. Donia, La Jolla, California for the Donia Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Southeast European Studies Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 200,000 Glenn Doshay, Rancho Santa Fe, California for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 10,000 Dow Chemical Company, Midland for research in the College of Engineering and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 58,000 Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation, Midland for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......................... 500,000 DSO National Laboratories, Singapur for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 18,404 DTE Energy Foundation, Detroit for employee matching gifts......................................................... 20,970 Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................... 270000 Rory E. Dunkel, Essexville for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 11,800 Connie R. Dunlap, Ann Arbor for support in the Center for the Education of Women and the School of Information............... 10,000 Roberta Dunlap Estate for support in the School of Education and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......... 10,860 Frances J. Eisenberg, Bloomfield Hills for the Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Institute Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....................................................................... 250000 Epilepsy Foundation of America, Landover, Maryland for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 25,000 Bruce A. Featherstone, Denver, Colorado 413 shares of Citigroup, Inc., common stock for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School.................................. 20,218 Oscar H. and Barbara Feldman Trust for scholarships and other support -in -the Department -of Athletics and the. Stephen M. Ross 168

Page  169 December Meeting, 2005 Robert J. Fisher, Naples, Florida 119,351 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Robert J. Fisher Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Medical School....617,677 Robert B. Fiske, Jr., New York, New York for the Robert B. Fiske, Jr. Fellowship Program in the Law School........................... 250,000 Coni F. Flam, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 100 shares of FedEx Corporation common stock for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,497 Richard A. Foley, Roseland, New Jersey for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, in memory of Dr. Isadore Lampe, and for support in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, and the School of Music............ 10,100 Ford Motor Company, Dearborn for research in the Medical School.................................................... 20000 Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn for employee matching gifts......................................................... 31,795 Ilene H. Forsyth, Ann Arbor for the W. K. Kellogg Eye Center Annual Fund and the Turner Geriatric Endowed Fund in the Medical School, for support in the Center for the Education of Women, for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art, for the Martha Cook Building Fund, and the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund and for the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology........ 16,133 George B. Foussianes, New York, New York for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 20,000 Martin J. Frank, Beverly Hills, California 106 shares of Franklin Resources, Inc., common stock for scholarships and other support in the School of Education and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..............................................................10,Oý140 Frank Family Charitable Foundation, Los Angeles, California for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics.................................... 10,000 Judith Frankel, Bloomfield Hills for the Stanley Frankel Summer Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts... 10,000 Stanley Frankel, Troy for the Stanley Frankel Summer Fellowship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts... 10,000 Stanley and Judith Frankel Family Foundation, Troy for the Frankel Commercialization Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.............. 250,000 Ronald Freedman, Ann Arbor 2,267 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Ronald and Deborah Freedman Fund in the Institute for Social Research.................. 44,467 Steven M. Freeman, Chicago, Illinois for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 25,000 Mary C. Frey, Grand Rapids 1,533 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Twink Frey Social Activists Award Fund in the Center for the Education of Women and for support in the Department of Athletics.............................................. 65,985 Peter S. Fuss, Boca Grande, Florida for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Construction Fund........................ 450,000 E. James Gamble, Bloomfield Hills 2,939 units of Tamarack Large Capital Growth mutual fund for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................... 33,419 Michael R. Gelband, Short Hills, New Jersey for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 70,000 Charles and Rita Gelman Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Federation of Washtenaw County, Ann Arbor for the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School.............................. 25,000 General Motors Corporation, Warren for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 30,000 General Motors Foundation, Detroit for research in the College of Engineering, for the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Fund in the Medical School, and for employee matching gifts................................... 255,500 169

Page  170 December Meeting, 2005 Benn Gilmore, Plymouth for the Men's Basketball Fund, the Men's Swimming and Diving Fund, and other support in the Department ofAthletics............................................................ 51,600 Eleanor H. Gimon, Greenwich, Connecticut 1,725 shares of Hewlett-Packard Company common stock for support intheMedical School........................................................ 49,956 GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................. 20,00 Goerlich Family Foundation, Inc., Toledo, Ohio for research in the Medical School...................................................... 14,000 Frank L. and Helen Gofrank Foundation, Rochester Hills for the Frank L. and Helen Gofrank Foundation M-PACT Scholarship Fund.....................10,000 Robert H. Gorlin, Northville for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School, and for support in the University Library, andthe Clements Library........................................................... 22,000 John J. Grant, Birmingham for the Basketball Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics and for the Paton Accounting Center in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.......................................... 11,000 Robert A. Gregg Trust 7,000 shares of Altria Group, Inc., common stock fortheRobertA. GreggFund........................................................ 528,535 Guidant Foundation, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana for scholarships in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts................... 10,175 David Handleman, Bloomfield Hills for the Marion and David Handleman Professorship in Vascular Surgery and for research inthe Medical School.............................................................. 110,000 Richard G. Hansen, Grandville 750 shares of Perrigo Company common stock for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 10,466 Harlan Foundation, Williamsburg for support in the College of Engineering and the Medical School............................. 12,000 J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Foundation, Palm Beach, Florida for the Football Locker Room Renovation Fund in the Department of Athletics, and for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, Benny Friedman Fellowship in Sports Journalism...... 400,000 David G. Hartman, New Providence, New Jersey 1,000 shares of Chubb Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Dave and Kitty Hartman Fund and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................ 97,760 Eugene L. Hartwig, Bloomfield Hills 50,637 shares of various corporate common stock, municipal bonds, and a cash gift for the Eugene L. and Donna K. Hartwig Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund, for the ultimate benefit of the Schools of Law and Education, for the Clements Library, the Student Publication Building Renovation Fund, and for the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....................... 200,846 Thomas W. Hawkins, Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the Thomas W. Hawkins Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 20,000 John G. Hayward, Bloomfield Hills for the John G. Hayward Charitable Gift Annuity, for the ultimate benefit of the Law School........ 10,000 Heatcraft, Grenada, Mississippi for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 40,000 John R. Heckenlively, Superior Township for the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School............................ 10,000 David W. Heleniak, New York, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................. 20,000 Daniel J. Hennessy, Lake Forest, Illinois for the Hennessy Family Endowed Scholarship Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School ofBusiness................................................................. 30,000 Thomas H. Henson, Atlanta, Georgia for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics and the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts................................................14,800 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Menlo Park, California for support in the School of Public Health............................................. 50,000 Carol S. Hollenshead, Ann Arbor 200 shares of Pixar common stock for support in the Center for the Education of Women..................................... 10,474 Marsha E. Holmes, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 400 shares of Halliburton Company common stock for support in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, in memory of John W. Holmes.... 26,102 170

Page  171 December Meeting, 2005 Jon R. Holt, Minnetrista, Minnesota for the Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Endowment Fund in the College of Engineering, and for support in the Department of Athletics, and for the Men's Glee Club......................... 151,850 Horning for Michigan Regent, Grand Haven for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................... 10,000 Karen L. Horny, Springfield, Missouri 405 shares of AT&T, Inc., common stock for the Karen Horny Scholarship in the School of Information................................ 10,076 Timothy A. Howes, Los Altos, California 7,144 shares of Opsware, Inc., common stock for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Construction Fund in the College of Engineering................................................................. 50,258 John K. Hoyns, New York, New York for support in the Law School....................................................... 15,000 Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, Maryland for support in the Medical School..................................................... 130,000 Curtis E. Huntington, Boston, Massachusetts 14,777 shares of CGM Capital Development Fund common stock for the Curtis E. Huntington Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.....................................506,265 Hyundai Motor Company, Seoul, South Korea for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 29,980 Frances B. Imoberstag Foundation, Dearborn Heights for the Henry Ford Estate at Fair Lane, the University of Michigan.......................... 20,000 Eugene O. Ingram, Ann Arbor for the Eugene 0. and Margaret L. Ingram Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Museum of Art....................................................... 10,000 Instrumentation Laboratory, Lexington, Massachusetts for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................10,000 Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon for research in the College of Engineering, and for the Tauber Manufacturing Institute in the College of Engineering, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...................... 80,000 International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Upper Montclair, New Jersey for the Hom-Lay Wang Endowed Collegiate Professorship in the School of Dentistry.............. 10,000 Verne G. Istock, Chicago, Illinois 6,000 shares of JPMorgan Chase & Company common stock for the Judy and Verne Istock Scholarship Fund and other support in the Department of Athletics, for the Verne G. Istock Scholarship Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, for the Mildred W. Istock Scholarship Fund and other support in the School of Education, for the Judith A. Istock Scholarship Fund and other support in the School of Music, for the Donald E. and Arleen G. Warnke Scholarship Fund and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Geraldine Ford Memorial Scholarship Fund, and the University Alumni Association............................................................... 233,940 Gretchen N. Jackson, Ann Arbor for the Gretchen Neal Jackson Scholarship Fund and other support in the School of Music.......... 10,000 Jacob Family Foundation, Bloomfield for the Arnold M. and Linda T. Jacob Faculty Development Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Building Fund in the Law School.................................. 25,000 Jerome Jacobson, Washington, D. C. 1,100 shares of various corporate common stock for research in the Medical School..................................................... 60,491 Ira J. Jaffe, Southfield for the Benny Friedman Scholarship Fund and other support in the Department of Athletics, for the Benjamin D. and Ann Jaffe Memorial Scholarship Fund in the Law School, and for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund........................................ 19,400 Mike J. Jandernoa, Grand Rapids 26,291 shares of Perrigo Company common stock for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for the Innovations Initiative Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................. 381,877 Jagdish C. Janveja, Ann Arbor for the Stadium Brick Project Fund in the Department of Athletics........................... 20,000 Jay Victor Revocable Living Trust for the Jay Victor Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 20,000 Phil F. Jenkins, Ann Arbor for the Phil F. Jenkins Research Professorship in Depression Research Fund and the Phil F. Jenkins Research Fund in the Medical School............................... 2,000,000 Conrad and Caroline Jobst Foundation, Toledo, Ohio for the Conrad and Caroline Jobst Foundation Fund in the Medical School...................... 210,000 171

Page  172 December Meeting, 2005 Roger C. Johnson, Washington, D. C. 1,000 shares of American Tower Corporation common stock for the Kathleen McKenney Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Education and for the Michigan in Washington Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......... 27,055 Johnson Controls Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School, for support in the University Hospitals, and for employee matching gifts.............................................. 32,425 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research and other support in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for the Schools of Medicine and Public Health............................... 1,378,158 Robert C. Jones, Summit, New Jersey for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for the Harry H. Jones Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................... 70,000 John P. Junge, Rancho Santa Fe, California 1,352 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Champions Center and other support in the Department of Athletics...................... 77,579 Junge Revocable Trust 727 units of Fidelity Magellan mutual fund for the Champions Center in the Department of Athletics.. 78,355 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 274,609 Richard Katcher, Beachwood, Ohio 850 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for scholarships in the Department of Athletics, for the Building Fund in the Law School, for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Katcher Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund, for the ultimate benefit of the Richard and Shirley Katcher Scholarship in the Law School....................... 44,859 EwingMarion Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for research in the Institute for Social Research.......................................... 449,661 W. K. Kellogg Fund of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, Grand Haven for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program William C. Richardson Fellowship for Public Policy... 15,000 W. R. Kenley, Los Angeles, California for the W. R. Kenley Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Medical School......... 20,000 Charles S. Kennedy III, Grosse Pointe for support in the Department of Athletics and the Law School................................. 13,200 Derek J. Kerr, Scottsdale, Arizona for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 20,000 KeyBank National Association, Toledo, Ohio for the University Musical Society................................................. 20,000 Miles S. King, Boulder, Colorado 250 shares of various corporate common stock for the Thomas J. Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund..................................... 10,231 Laurence J. Kirshbaum, New York, New York 400 shares of WellChoice, Inc., common stock and 615 units of The Growth Fund of America mutual fund for the Laurence and Barbara Kirshbaum Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts............................................................... 50,567 Cary H. Klein, Allison Park, Pennsylvania 1,290 shares of JPMorgan Chase & Company common stock for the Cary and Kathy Klein Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.... 50,420 Arthur Kochoff, Dearborn Heights 1,318 shares of various corporate common stock for the Mary and Arthur Kochoff Endowed Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Dearborn................................. 40,553 Michael E. Korybalski, Ann Arbor 3,782 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Michael E. Korybalski Mechanical Engineering Endowed Lecture Fund in the College of Engineering and for support in the Department of Athletics.......................... 74,840 Suzanne Kosacheff, New Boston for the Kosacheff Scholarship Fund..................................................... 32,000 Jon H. Kouba, San Francisco, California 367 shares of Ross Stores, Inc., common stock for the Jon Henry Kouba Fund in the Law School........................................ 10,146 Adrian L. Kramer, Saint Clair Shores for the Children's Cancer Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......................... 30,000 Gloria A. Kramer, Saint Clair Shores for the Children's Cancer Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......................... 10,000 Gerald D. Krause, Phoenix, Arizona 869 shares of Canadian Oil Sands Trust common stock for support in the School of Dentistry........................................... 100,109 Otto F. Krauss and Jenny H. Krauss, Raleigh, North Carolina for the Otto F. and Jenny H. Krauss Fund in the College of Engineering....................... 10,000 172

Page  173 December Meeting, 2005 Krupman Family Foundation, Inc., Purchase, New York for the Jackson Lewis Fund in the Law School........................................... 10000 Ronni Lacroute Fund of the Cornell University Foundation, Ithaca, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................ 30,000 Robert F. Landstra Trust for the Dr. Robert and Alice Landstra Scholarship Fund in the Medical School.................. 100,000 David A. Lauer, San Francisco, California for support in the School of Art and Design.............................................. 10,000 Paul L. Lee, New York, New York for support in the Law School........................................................ 15,000 James A. Leonard, Ann Arbor for the James Rae Day Endowed Lectureship Fund in the Medical School....................... 40,000 John B. Leppiaho, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, and the Schools of Education, Medicine, and Music......................................................12,625 Jay J. Levin, West Bloomfield 385 shares of Sysco Corporation common stock for the Jay J. Levin Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................. 12,395 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, White Plains, New York for research in the Medical School................................................... 100000 Carolyn D. Lewis, Ann Arbor for the Donald J. Lewis Professorship in Mathematics in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.... 10,000 Ted T. Lin, New York, New York for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................... 10,000 Stanford Lipsey, Buffalo, New York Seven shares of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for the Student Publication Building Renovation Fund................................................ 999,650 Jeffrey Liss, Washington, D. C. for the Jeffery and Susan Liss Fund in the Life Sciences Institute, the Building Fund in the Law School, and the Michigan in Washington Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 30000 Susan Liss, Chevy Chase, Maryland for the Jeffrey and Susan Liss Fund in the Life Siences Institute, for the Lloyd and Laurie Carr Endowment Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Building Fund in the Law School, and for the Michigan in Washington Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. 30,500 Lockheed Martin, Lakeland, Florida for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering.............................. 21,000 John M. Long, New York, New York for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund............................. 10,000 Sarah P. Loughran, San Rafael, California 4,000 shares of Health Grades, Inc., common stock for the Avedis Donabedian Memorial Scholarship Fund in the School of Public Health............. 24,960 Harry Lucas, Jr., Austin, Texas for mathematics support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................... 100,974 Lumina Foundation for Education, Indianapolis, Indiana for research in the School of Education................................................ 254,300 Joseph Lunghamer Chevrolet, Inc., Pontiac for the Joe Lunghamer Hockey Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics................. 20,000 James E. Lurie, Bethesda, Maryland for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 Ann and Robert H. Lurie Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Solid State Electronics Laboratory Construction Fund in the College of Engineering....... 3,000,000 Paul and Margaret Lurie Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, Chicago, Illinois for the Building Fund in the Law School................................................ 10,000 L&W Engineering Community Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit 173

Page  174 December Meeting, 2005 Lionel S. Margolick, Birmingham for the Basketball Facilities Fund in the Department of Athletics.............................. 31,250 Marlon Foundation, Denver, Colorado for the Richard I. Ford Research Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 15,000 Paul D. Marquardt, Washington, D. C. for the Paul D. Marquardt Scholarship Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and the Men's Glee Club................................................. 10,250 Richard E. Marsh, San Marino, California 7,000 shares of Baxter International, Inc., common stock for the Marsh Family Merit Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 265,930 William C. Martin, Ann Arbor for support in the Department of Athletics and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............ 28,150 Richard N. Maskell, Hampshire, Illinois for the Richard and Odette Maskell Fund in the School of Art and Design..................... 400,000 Loretta Matthews Memorial Fund, Riverview for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......................................... 15,000 Terrence J. McDonald, Ann Arbor for the Academic Advising Training Opportunities Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................................ 25,000 Beatrice K. McDowell, Akron Ohio for the Building Fund in the Law School................................................. 100,000 Carmen J. McGrae, Ann Arbor for the John D. and Carmen J. McGrae Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...............................................................75,000 Margaret M. McIntosh Trust for the Mildred McIntosh Dance Scholarship Endowment Fund in the School of Music............ 10,000 Clyde McKenzie Chartable Lead Trust for the Clyde and Harriet McKenzie Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..... 12,500 Vincent R. McLean, Westfield, New Jersey for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Ronald D. and Regina C. McNeil Foundation, Inc., Lake Zurich, Illinois for the Sanders M. Clark Endowed Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering............... 30,000 Rogers McVaugh, Chapel Hill, North Carolina for the Rogers McVaugh Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Herbarium......... 20,000 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 4,100 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project.............................................. 201,983 Meijer Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......................... 50,000 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, New York, New York for support at the University of Michigan............................................... 10,000 Mentor Graphics Corporation, Wilsonville, Oregon for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 25,000 Herman Merte, Jr., Ann Arbor for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art...................................... 10,000 Juan E. Mestas, Flint for the Juan E. Mestas University-Community Scholarship at the University of Michigan-Flint and for W FUM................................................................... 20,075 Mette Foundation, Detroit for the Mette Foundation Scholarship Fund in the School of Dentistry and for the Norman Mette Scholarship in the Medical School............................................... 130,000 Gary J. Miller, Del Mar, California 175 shares of Capital One Financial Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Michigan Philosophy Special Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 14,568 Mind Science Foundation, San Antonio, Texas for research in the Medical School..................................................... 15,000 Ira S. Mondry, Birmingham for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, the Law School, and the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, and for the Life Sciences Institute, and the Student Publication Building Renovation Fund................................................. 11,400 Monroe-Brown Foundation, Portage for the Monroe-Brown Funds in the Department of Athletics, the College of Engineering, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, the Medical School, the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the Museum of Art, and for the Clements Library, in memory of Robert J. Brown............. 142,500 James E. Montie, Ann Arbor for the Reed Nesbit Professorship in Urology and other support in the Medical School.............. 31,000 John C. Morley, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 775 shares of Keycorp common stock and a cash gift 174

Page  175 December Meeting, 2005 for support in the Department of Athletics and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Mathew J. Jr., and Sarah Patterson Spence Fund in the College of Engineering................ 25,833 Kenneth H. Mortenson, New York, New York 475 shares of Citigroup, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for the Champions Center and other support in the Department of Athletics...................... 32,054 Motorola, Arlington Heights, Illinois for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint for research and other support at the University of Michigan-Flint........................... 124,155 Janet S. Mueller, Saint Peter, Minnesota for support in the Clements Library................................................... 25,000 Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida for support in the Medical School...................................................... 10,000 Maeve Murray Memorial Fund, Plymouth for the Save a Heart Campaign Fund................................................... 20,000 Gregory T. Mutz, Barrington, Illinois for the Building Fund in the Law School.............................................. 25,000 Carolyn Myers, Waltham, Massachusetts 1,300 shares of Teradyne, Inc., common stock for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................... 20,131 Irene M. Myers, Bloomfield Hills for support in the School of Art and Design.............................................. 10,000 William D. Myers, Bloomfield Hills for the Dean's Scholarship Fund in the Medical School..................................... 10,000 Nalco Energy Services, Sugarland, Texas for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 35,000 National Hemophilia Foundation, New York, New York for support in the Life Sciences Institute............................................. 10,500 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York, New York for research in the Medical School...................................................... 77,548 National Organization for Rare Disorders, Danbury, Connecticut for research in the Medical School..................................................... 24,000 Robert D. Neary, Cleveland, Ohio for the Robert D. and Janet E. Neary Student Projects Fund and the Robert D. and Janet E. Neary Fund in Business Administration in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Robert D. and Janet E. Neary Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 92,500 Gregor N. Neff, New York, New York for the Gregor N. Neff Scholarship Fund in the Law School............................... 25,000 Joan Nelson Neil, Deerfield, Illinois for the Joan Nelson and Herbert E. Neil, Jr. Scholarship Fund in the School of Education and for the Herbert E. Neil, Jr. Faculty Research Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 30,000 Louise R. Newman, Franklin 3,450 shares of State Street Corporation common stock for the Louise R. Newman Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Education............... 198,824 Sarah W. Newman, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the Center for the Education of Women, and the Museum of Art, and for WUOM..................................................................10,215 Newman Family Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Theodore S. Lawrence, M.D., Ph.D. Fund and the Newman Family Professorship Fund in Radiation Oncology in the Medical School.............................................. 45,000 Roger S. Newton, Ann Arbor for the Cardiovascular Center, and for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund. 150,055 Charles G. Nickson, Houston, Texas for support in the Law School......................................................... 35,000 Richard M. Noel, Champaign, Illinois for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,000 Nokomis Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Twink Frey Social Activists Award Fund in the Center for the Education of Women.......... 15,000 Luther Norris and Helen Stegeman Post Fund of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund, and for support in the Museum of Art, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................. 19,000 Novartis, East Hanover, New Jersey for the John M. Sheldon Fund and other support in the Medial School........................ 16,000 NSF International, Ann Arbor for the NSF International Graduate Award Fund in the School of Public Health.................... 50,000 Omicron, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the Department of Athletics............................................ 11,600 175

Page  176 December Meeting, 2005 David B. Osler, Ann Arbor for the Emil Lorch Dean's Discretionary Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, for support in the Museum of Art, and for the University Musical Society....... 11,500 Robert T. and Bonnie P. Paine, Albuquerque, New Mexico 202 shares of various corporate common stock for the Paine Family and Herbert and Margaret Boter Trapp Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 11,ý626 Stephen M. Papadopoulos, Paradise Valley, Arizona 8,000 shares of Regeneration Technologies, Inc., common stock for the Papadopoulos Family Athletic Medicine Fund, the Papadopoulos Family Director of Athletic Training Fund, and other support in the Department of Athletics....................... 64,120 Elsa U. Pardee Foundation, Midland for support in the Medical School.................................................... 100,000 Anand C. Parekh, Chicago, Illinois for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................ 10,000 Jacque H. Passino, Jr., Houston, Texas for biomedical engineering support in the College of Engineering and for the William J. Adams Accounting Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....................... 11,000 Brian P. Patchen Miami, Florida for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, the Clements Library, and the Schools of Law and Music, and for the Michigan Union, and the University Musical Society......... 14,400 Ara G. Paul, Ann Arbor for the Ara G. and Shirley W. Paul Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Ara and Shirley Paul Endowment Fund in the College of Pharmacy.................................. 25,000 Rovert E. Paup, Ann Arbor 474 shares of various corporate common stock for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................... 10,285 Steven W. Percy, Akron, Ohio for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics, and for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the School of Natural Resources and Environment...................... 25,000 Pfizer, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the Department of Athletics and for the Southeastern Michigan Science Fair.......... 11,600 Richard E. Posey, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 2,850 shares of Cisco Systems, Inc., common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 49,633 Procter & Gamble Fund, Cincinnati, Ohio for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the Schools of Law and Public Health, and for the Presidents Fund, and other support at the University of Michigan.................................................. 50,250 Ward L. Quaal, Winnetka, Illinois for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics.................................... 20,000 Radar Industries, Warren for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 19,000 Ravitz Foundation, Farmington Hills for the Ravitz Foundation Endowment Fund in Oral Surgery in the School of Dentistry and for the Ravitz Foundation Endowed Fund in the Medical School............................ 975,000 James and Bonnie Reece Charitable Fund of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Jim and Bonnie Reece Men's Hockey Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics, for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and for the University Musical Society.....26,500 Margaret A. Riecker, Midland for the Margaret A. and John E. Riecker Law Library Fund in the Law School and for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy................................ 110,000 Richard 0. Rieger, Bedford, New York for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music and for the Michigan Union.................................................................. 10,250 Frank B. Robbins Memorial Trust for the Frank E. Robbins Mem-orial Scholarship Funds in the College of Pharmacy, and 176

Page  177 December Meeting, 2005 Stephen M. Ross, New York, New York for the Stephen M. Ross Expansion Construction and Facilities Renovation Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................................. 6,176,878 Jack and Moe Rouse Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music.......................... 10,000 Ernestine Ruben, Princeton, New Jersey for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art.............................. 100,000 Mary L. Ruddon, Ann Arbor for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and for biomedical fellowships in the Medical School...................................................................20,000 David M. Rudnick, San Rafael, California for the Jack N. Fingersh Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Law School........................ 75,000 Trenna E. Ruffner, Grosse Pointe Park for the Martha Cook Building Fund.................................................... 11,000 Alma Ruppenthal Trust for the Henry Ruppenthal Family Professorship in the Medical School........................ 867,301 Rena Ruppenthal Trust for the Henry Ruppenthal Family Professorship in the Medical School........................ 632,699 Ghassan and Manal Saab Foundation, Flint for the Ghassan and Manal Saab Signature Blue Service Scholarship at the University of Michigan-Flint..................................................................20,000 Marc I. Sachs, Tampa, Florida for support at the University of Michigan and for the Marc I. and Karlyn A. Sachs Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................... 10,069 Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York for the Russell Sage Foundation Scholar Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 30,095 Sanger Family Foundation, Wayzata, Minnesota 1,000 shares of General Mills, Inc., common stock for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics.................................... 49,765 Richard N. Sarns, Ann Arbor for support in the Division of Kinesiology and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, for the Otto Gago M.D. Professorship in Cardiac Surgery, and the Joe Morris M.D. Collegiate Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School, and for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund................................................. 32,600 Patricia C. Schemm Charitable Unitrust for the Ferdinand Ripley Schemm Fund in the Medical School............................... 54,926 H. W. Schiller Family Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,000 Albert G. and Olivia H. Schlink Foundation, Norwalk, Ohio for the Albert G. Schlink Endowment Fund in the Medical School............................. 10,000 Schlumberger Technology Corporation, Sugar Land, Texas for research in the School of Public Health............................................... 40,000 Elizabeth M. Schmidt, Grosse Pointe Shores for the Sid Gilman and Carol Barbour Lectureship in the Medical School....................... 10,000 Russell L. and Frances B. Schneider Trust for the Russell and Frances Schneider Student Merit Award Fund............................. 682,611 Douglas R. Schrank, Saugatuck 145 shares of Apache Corporation common stock for the Schrank Family Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 10,128 Peter A. Schweitzer, Grosse Pointe Farms for the Schweitzer Student-Athlete Scholars Fund in the Department of Athletics and for the Schweitzer Collegiate Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...... 140,000 Allen J. Sedman, Estero, Florida 1,700 shares of Pfizer, Inc., common stock for support in the College of Engineering and for the Aileen and Allen Sedman Endowed Fund in the Medical School............................................................... 36,559 Paul F. Sefcovic, Columbus, Ohio for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics and the Law School.............. 14,200 Seinfeld Family Foundation, Bellmore, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 10,000 Dennis Serras, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society................................................... 20,000 Billy Sexton, Bellaire for the Avery Hutcheson Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........ 25,000 Vivian B. Shapiro, Princeton, New Jersey 284 units of Vanguard Growth and Income mutual fund for the Harold and Vivian Shapiro Undergraduate Library Fund in the University Library........... 15,000 Benson P. and Norma L. Shapiro Fund of the Fleet Bank, Boston, Massachusetts for the Norma L. Shapiro Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................. 10,000 177

Page  178 December Meeting, 2005 Shell Oil Company Foundation, Houston, Texas for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts..... 10,900 Donald R. Shepherd Trust for the Donald R. Shepherd Women's Swimming Scholarship Fund and the Donald R. Shepherd Women's Cross Country Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics and for the Donald R. Shepherd Instrument Endowment Fund in the School of Music................... 300,000 Ching ju Wang Sheu, Bethesda, Maryland for the Ching ju Wang Sheu Graduate Student Fellowship in the College of Pharmacy............. 20,000 Steven M. Shindler, Great Falls, Virginia 1,100 shares of Nil Holdings, Inc., common stock for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................50,309 Gail S. Shulman, Flint for the Leonard B. Shulman Travel Award at the University of Michigan-Flint.................... 10,000 Leonard G. Siegal, Farmington Hills 285 shares of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation common stock for the Leonard G. and Bluma A. Siegal Merit Scholarship in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning...................................................... 26,880 Marion C. Siney Trust for the Marion C. Siney Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 700,000 Skillman Foundation, Detroit for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 100,000 Richard C. Slayton, Chicago, Illinois for the Reunion Gift Facilities Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................. 10,000 J. Barry Sloat Trust for the University Musical Society..................................................... 10,000 Smart Family Foundation, Inc., Wilton, Connecticut for research in the Medical School..................................................... 30,000 Betsey M. Smith, Plymouth 704 shares of various corporate common stock for the Neurology Research and Patient Care Fund in the Medical School....................... 24,552 H. Irene Smith Trust for undergraduate student aid...................................................... 18,542 Philip L. Smith, Edwards, Colorado 1,650 shares of Charles Schwab Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 25,567 Susan M. Smith, Ann Arbor 1,200 shares of Corning, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for the Susan Meredith Smith Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and for the University Musical Society...................................................... 26,530 Willard E. Smucker Foundation, Orrville, Ohio for support in the School of Art and Design.............................................. 10,000 Lawrence K. Snider, Chicago, Illinois for the Lawrence and Maxine Snider Charitable Gift Annuity, for the ultimate benefit of the Museum of Art, the School of Art and Design and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.... 15,000 Judy W. Soley, Scarsdale, New York for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................ 10,000 Harvey Sorkin, Purchase, New York 1,650 shares of Astoria Financial Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 48,758 Isaac R. Souede, New York, New York for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Robert E. Spatt, New York, New York for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School................................. 11,200 Spectrum Controls, Bellevue, Washington for the Bruce Wanta Endowed Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering.................... 30,000 Haley Sperling Memorial Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Haley H. Sperling Memorial Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts....................................................................... 15,000 Elmer and Sylvia Sramek Charitable Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research in the Medical School................................................... 84,365 Patricia A. Stacey, Ann Arbor for research and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the Medical School.... 63,950 William R. Steinhoff Trust for the William R. Steinhoff Charitable Gift Annuity, for the ultimate benefit of the Marilyn Mason-William Steinhoff Scholarship Fund in the School of Music, and for other support at the University of Michigan........................................................ 100,000 Mary V. Stevenson Estate Various corporate common stock, mutual fund units, and a cash gift 178

Page  179 December Meeting, 2005 for the M. Virginia Stevenson Scholarship and the M. Virginia Stevenson Friends of the Opera Scholarship in the School of Music................................................. 1,027,485 Clinton F. Stimpson III, Fort Gratiot for support in the College of Engineering, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................. 45,000 John L. Strauch, Pepper Pike, Ohio for the Paul L. Strauch "Spirit of the Studio" Endowed Scholarship in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.................................................................. 10,000 Stanley S. Stroup, Hilton Head, South Carolina 175 shares of Wells Fargo & Company common stock for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,941 Sandra L. Sully, Cary, North Carolina for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 15,000 Jeffrey E. Susskind, Century City, California for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................. 50,000 Nancy A. Symons, Elyria, Ohio 200 shares of Procter & Gamble Company common stock for support in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, for the William T. Smith-Henry Pollack Endowed Professorship, and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Martha Cook Building Fund, and the Michigan League........................ 11,420 Tetlak Foundation, Bratenahl, Ohio for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 14,300 Ileane S. Thal, Birmingham 500 shares of Forest Laboratories, Inc., common stock for the Ileane and Bruce E. Thal Judaica Collections Fund at the University Library and for other support at the University of Michigan.................................................... 21,000 Lois A. Theis, Ann Arbor for the Lois A. Theis Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the School of Natural Resources and Environment......................................................... 10,000 Lynda R. Thomas, Grosse Pointe for the Charles M. Thomas Esophageal Cancer Endowed Research Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center..................................................................10,000 Zylpha R. Thompson Estate for support in the School of Nursing.................................................... 10,000 Time Warner Book Group, Boston, Massachusetts for the Laurence and Barbara Kirshbaum Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................................. 50,000 Frederick C. Tinsey III, Troy for the Fred and Diane Tinsey Endowed Football Scholarship in the Department of Athletics........ 20,000 Tisch Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for the Tisch Endowment Fund for the Dean in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...... 600,000 Allan L. Tompkins, Jackson 124 shares of Amgen, Inc., common stock for scholarships in the Department of Athletics........................................... 10,019 Topspins, Inc., Ann Arbor for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 20,000 James L. Townsend, Louisville, Kentucky 200 shares of Banta Corporation common stock for the Sudden Hearing Loss Research Fund in the Medical School........................... 10,113 Harry A. and Margaret D. Towsley Foundation, Midland for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics, for the Judith Dow Rumelhart Musical Theatre Scholarship and other support in the School of Music, and for the Harry A. and Margaret Towsley Policy Makers in Residence Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......... 810,000 Sinibaldo Tozzi, Palm Beach, Florida 500 shares of Dell, Inc., common stock for research in the Medical School...................................................... 15,533 Dorothy E. Trimby, East Lansing for the Dr. Robert H. and Dorothy E. Trimby Scholarship Fund in the Medical School............. 50,000 Tuktawa Foundation, Orchard Lake for the Tuktawa Fund for Liver Research and Education Fund in the Medical School.............. 60,000 Unilever United States Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 10,000 University of Michigan Alumni Club of Lansing, East Lansing for the Greater Lansing Area Alumnae Club Scholarship Fund.............................. 11,000 University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit, Grosse Pointe Woods for the William Revelli Marching Band Scholarship Fund in the School of Music, and for the Detroit University of Michigan Club Scholarship Fund.............................. 12,500 179

Page  180 December Meeting, 2005 University of Michigan Club of Greater Metropolitan Detroit Scholarship Fund, Farmington for the University of Michigan Club Greater Metropolitan Detroit Women's Swimming Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics........................................... 100,000 University of Michigan Club of Washington, D. C., Washington, D. C. for the DC-Club Make a Difference Fund..................................................10,000 Elizabeth Upjohn-Mason, Kalamazoo 3,305 shares of Stryker Corporation common stock and a cash gift for the Norman Thompson M.D. Professorship of Surgery Fund in the Medical School, and for support in the Depression Center, in memory of Robert Woodworth..................... 154,055 Prehlad S. Vachher Charitable Remainder Unitrust, Ashburn, Virginia for the Frank Sheehan Scholarship in Aeronautics in the College of Engineering...................20,000 Doug T. and Laurie J. Valassis, Lake Forest, Illinois for support in the Cardiovascular Center.................................................. 25,000 George F. Valassis Charitable Lead Trust for the Valassis Professorship of Urologic Oncology and the Urologic Oncology Research Fund in the M edical School.................................................... 250,000 Jay and Betty Van Andel Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy........................... 150,000 Allison R. Vandenberg Trust for the Dean's Scholarship Fund in the Medical School....................................... 25,000 Titus Van Haitsma Estate 4,652 units of various mutual funds for the Titus Van Haitsma Dental Student Scholarship Fund in the School of Dentistry......................................................... 42,575 Mrs. Alexander S. Vida, Bradbury, California for the Alexander S. Vida M.D. Memorial Medical Scholarship in the Medical School..............100,000 George A. Vinyard, Chicago, Illinois for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School.................................... 10,000 Bob Vizas, Berkley, California for the Vizas Family Dean's Merit Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the A rts............................................................................ 10,000 Jane E. Von Voigtlander, Ann Arbor for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund............................ 1,000,000 George A. Wade, Boise, Idaho for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, and the School of Education, and for orthopaedic research and the Robert N. Hensinger Endowed Lectureship in the Medical School..........................................................10,500 Ellen C. Wagner Revocable Living Trust 1,445 shares of Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc., common stock for the Richard A. Epstein Visionary Fund in the Medical School.............................. 15,440 Nancy Williams Walls, Ann Arbor for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 20,000 David R. Walt, Boston, Massachusetts for the Michele May and David Walt Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................................25,000 Gary T. Walther, Winnetka, Illinois 600 shares of Ameriprise Financial, Inc., common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................. 25,071 Douglas W. Wanty, Ann Arbor for the Cardiovascular Center...........................................................10,000 Kenneth E. Warner, Ann Arbor for the Robert N. Hensinger Endowed Lectureship in the Medical School and scholarships and other support in the School of Public Health............................................... 10,100 Patricia A. Warner, Ann Arbor for support in the Center for the Education of Women and for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund...................................................... 10,050 Woodward A. Warrick, Jr., Plymouth Various corporate common stock and mutual fund units for the Wrestling Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics.............................. 250,328 James L. Waters, Muskegon for the James L. and Nancy A. Waters Charitable Gift Annuity, the Alden J. (Butch) Carpenter Law Memorial Fund, and other support in the Law School.......................... 150,000 Walter J. Weber, Ann Arbor for the Walter J. Weber, Jr. Professorship in the College of Engineering........................ 25,000 Roy E. and Carol W. Weber Charitable Lead Trust for the Roy E. Weber General Thoracic Surgery Research Fund in the Medical School..............25,000 Wege Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Ken Doherty Scholarship Fund and other support in the Department of Athletics, for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, and for the Wege Foundation Environmental Policy Gift Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy....................54,500 180

Page  181 December Meeting, 2005 Jerome A. Weinberger, Cleveland, Ohio 1,000 shares of National City common stock for the Jerome A. and Joy W. Weinberger Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Weinberger Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Music.................... 34,870 Walter H. Weiner Philanthropic Fund of the Anti-Defamation League Foundation, New York, New York for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................ 20,000 Elise I. Weisbach, Ann Arbor 924 shares of Comcast Corporation common stock for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art........................................ 24,551 Ronald N. Weiser, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society...................................................... 10,000 Barry A. Weisfeld, Scarsdale, New York for scholarships in the Department of Athletics.......................................... 10,000 Leo G. Weiss, Cockeysville, Maryland 1,600 shares of UnitedHealth Group, Inc., common stock for support in the School of Dentistry................................................... 100,040 James Howard Wells, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1,000 shares of Citigroup, Inc., common stock for the James H. and Mary R. Wells Endowed Fund in the Medical School................... 48,790 Henry E. and Consuelo S. Wenger, Pound Ridge, New York for the Architecture Alumni Scholarship Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for support in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.......... 11,000 Patricia A. Werderitsch, Saline for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 11,600 Whitaker Foundation, Arlington, Virginia for research and other support in the College of Engineering and the Medical School............ 2,975,896 Clayton E. Wilhite, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund, and for the University Musical Society.................... 14,750 James A. Williams, Bloomfield Hills for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics and for Alumni M-PACT Fund..... 26,800 Rita L. Willis, Tulsa, Oklahoma 2,000 shares of Exxon Mobil common stock for the Rita L. Willis Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Sidney Morse Willis and Rita Louise Willis Endowment Fund for the Life Sciences Institute................... 117,700 Judy and Fred Wilpon Family Foundation, Great Neck, New York for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 312,500 Harold G. Wilson, Cincinnati, Ohio for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...................................... 10,000 Carl D. Winberg, Pasadena, California for the Carl D. Winberg M.D. Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for support in the University Library, in memory of Marian Davis Winberg and Kent David Hertzing........................................................ 17,500 Ronald Winter, Ossineke for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 19,600 Nancy J. Wolf, Stamford, Connecticut for the Nancy J. Wolf Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the School of Education and for the Michigan League..................................................... 10,025 Lauren A. Woods, Albany, California for the Dr. Lauren and Carol O. Woods Fund in the Medical School........................... 50,000 World Heritage Foundation, Trenton for the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Fund in the Medical School......................... 18,792 Phyllis B. Wright, Ann Arbor for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre in the School of Music and for WFUM........ 10,035 Zatkoff Family Foundation, Farmington Hills for the Zatkoff Family Football Scholarship and other support in the Department of Athletics and for the Women's Lacrosse Program........................................ 51,598 Stanley R. Zax, Woodland Hills, California 1,000 shares of Zenith National Insurance Corporation common stock forsupportintheLaw School.................................................... 47,625 Zell Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Helen Zell Fund for Graduate Student Support and the Helen Zell Fund for the MFA Program in Creative Writing in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 750,000 Lonny E. Zietz, Ada 366 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for support in the Department of Athletics and for the James R. Hayward Professorship inthe School ofDentistry..................................... 10,730 181

Page  182 December Meeting, 2005 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 to $9,999 in value were received from the following donors: Andrew Abel, Pinckney Richard N. Adams, Cincinnati, Ohio Terence E. Adderley Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Ainar D. Aijala, Jr., New York, New York Alden Foundation, New York, New York Richard J. Alder, Jr., Westland Andrew H. Aldrich, Southfield Suzan Alexander, Ann Arbor Richard R. Allen, Greensboro, North Carolina American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Washington, D. C. American Association of University Women, Ann Arbor Amgen, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor Michelle J. Arden, Palo, Alto, California Debra A. Armbruster, Centennial, Colorado ARS Michigan-Detroit, Southfield Norman E. Barnett, Jr., Ann Arbor Barr Group, Inc., Southfield James A. Bellamy, Ann Arbor Bello Vino Marketplace, Ann Arbor Berry Foundation, Ann Arbor Binder Family Trust George and June Block Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois Boardwalk, Dearborn Mark E. Borowski, Westlake Village, California Edward L. Bowe, Ann Arbor Dale E. Briggs, Ann Arbor Florence L. Brownfain, Bloomfield Hills David M. Bunzel, Scarsdale, New York Peter W. Butler, Winnetka, Illinois Cancer Research Institute, Inc., New York, New York Marilou J. Capo, Birmingham James E. Carpenter, Ann Arbor Jung Hoon Chang, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China Cheryl S. Chapekis, Dublin, Ohio David M. Cheek, Midland ChevronTexaco, Concord, California Ralph B. Clemens, Jupiter, Florida Wayne N. Colquitt, Ann Arbor Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint Hal Cooper, Beverly Hills, California Dan L. Curtis, Las Vegas, Nevada CVS Charitable Trust, Inc., Woonsocket, Rhode Island John Czajkowski, Shelby Township Dennis Dahlmann Dana Corporation, Toledo, Ohio Joseph P. D'Angelo, Bloomfield Hills John C. Dann, Dexter Deborah and Stephen D'Arcy Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit James E. Daverman, Glencoe, Illinois Helen Davis Charitable Lead Trust Dearborn Rotary Foundation, Dearborn Loren J. DeHaan, Cadillac Irwin F. Deister, Jr., Fort Wayne, Indiana Robert J. DeLap, Morris Plains, New Jersey Delta Dental Fund, Lansing Robert A. DeMattia, Plymouth David A. DeMuro, New York, New York Brian S. Dervishi, Miami, Florida Timothy L. Dickinson, Ann Arbor Dow Chemical Company Foundation, Midland N. Reed Dunnick, Ann Arbor Eaton Charitable Fund, Cleveland, Ohio John M. Ellenwood, Waterford Robert S. Ellis, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma LeRoy A. Engelhardt, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Jerome D. Farmer II, Ann Arbor Frank B. Fehsenfeld, Grand Rapids Murray J. Feiwell, Carmel, Indiana Richard A. Ferrington, Santa Rosa, California Joan Fisch, Palo Alto, California Fisher-Cummings Family Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Steven Fishman, Detroit William and Lisa Ford Foundation, Dearborn H. and M. Fosler Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Robert E. Furdak, Wellesley, Massachusetts Charles E. Furr, Kailua, Hawaii Garden Club of Dearborn, Dearborn Heights Richard A. Garfinkel, Potomac, Maryland David M. Gates, Ann Arbor Harold W. and Helen L. Gehring Trust Genada Foundation, Damariscotta, Maine Joanne Rice Gerhart, Ann Arbor Ralph E. Goldberg, New York, New York Paul W. Goldstein, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania John J. Gordon, Bloomington, Illinois Graham Foundation for the Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois Steven F. Greenwald, San Francisco, California Barbara V. Grinke, Royal Oak James B. Griswold, Cleveland, Ohio Allen Grossman, San Francisco, California Jacob W. Haas, Ann Arbor Norman P. Hahn Estate Linda B. Halsey, East Lansing Jeffrey P. Halvorson, Belmont Sheldon and Eva Hamburger Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit, Bloomfield Hills Jean R. Hamill, Plymouth Michael A. Hamilton, Edina, Minnesota Jerry F. Hanlon, Ann Arbor Harness, Dickey & Pierce, PLC, Troy Marian E. Harris, Lakewood, New Jersey Corinne Hawkins, Alton, Illinois Martha S. Hearron, Kalamazoo Mitchell L. Henderson, Birmingham Nelson M. Hersh, Orchard Lake Michael S. Hokin, Scarsdale, New York Mark S. Hopkins, Alpharetta, Georgia Virginia Horvath Trust Elizabeth Hubbs, Ann Arbor 182

Page  183 December Meeting, 2005 Joseph L. Hudson IV, Madison, Wisconsin William F. Hunting, Jr., Andover, New Hampshire David L. Huntoon, Ann Arbor Inman Family Foundation, Grosse Pointe Shores Robert M. Itami, Northridge, California Olive G. Jacobs Estate Cherry H. Jacobus, Grand Rapids Phillip R. Jacobus, Grand Rapids Japan Foundation, Tokyo, Japan Jill and Mark Rachesky Charitable Foundation, New York, New York Kiehner Johnson, Columbus, Ohio Justice & Monroe Advertising, LLC, Grand Rapids Max Kade Foundation, Inc., New York, New York Lynn M. Kalinowski, Marshall Douglas I. Kalish, Palo Alto, California Jim Kamman, Laguna Hills, California Carol J. Kerr, Kent City Douglas S. Kelbaugh, Ann Arbor Sara L. Kellerman, Riverdale, New York Charles L. Kelly, Traverse City Robert C. Kelsch, Ann Arbor David B. Kennedy, Ann Arbor George R. Kerwin, Southfield Daniel J. Kheel Trust Catherine L. Kimbrough, Grand Blanc Jamie Baker Knauss, San Marino, California Stephen T. Kochis, San Francisco, California James J. Kochkodan, Dearborn Carl A. Kreager, Fort Myers, Florida Lacks Industries, Inc., Grand Rapids Susan Lane, Shelby Township Nicole D. P. Latimer, Darnestown, Maryland Lead Program in Business, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hiram Levy II, New Hope, Pennsylvania Kirk Lewis, Boise, Idaho J. May Liang, Great Falls, Virginia Jerome B. Libin, Washington, D. C. Linda Yuen-Ching Lim, Ann Arbor Daniel E. Little, Dearborn David B. Love, Chicago, Illinois Lumigen, Inc., Southfield Jill A. Macklem, Seattle, Washington Lawrence A. Macklem, Ann Arbor Mako Foundation, Chicago, Illinois John D. Mall Trust Oliver Dewey Marcks Foundation, Detroit Martin Family Foundation, Ann Arbor Steven W. Martineau, Mount Pleasant Christine Matoian, Bloomfield Hills Matthew L. Riley Living Trust Christine D. May, Rochester Hills Jerry A. and Deborah Orr May, Ann Arbor Brian F. McCabe, Iowa City, Iowa Michael F. McCarthy, Atlanta, Georgia SunMee L. McClatchey, Washington, D. C. Mary McCully, Falls Church, Virginia Mark A. McDowell, Mullica Hill, New Jersey Anne L. McGrew, Walnut Creek, California Merck Company Foundation, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey Roger F. Meyer, Grosse Pointe Susan B. Meyer, San Francisco, California David L. Miller, Grand Blanc Laura A. Miller, Alexandria, Virginia Leonard G. Miller, Williamsburg, Virginia Marion E. Mills Trust Jeffrey H. Miro, Bloomfield Hills MK&A Corporation, Chicago, Illinois Jack A. Molenkamp, Washington, D. C. Michael H. Morris Fund of the Schwabb Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California William T. Muir, Franklin, Tennessee Robert J. Mylord, Jr., New Canaan, Connecticut Brendan T. Nedzi, Montclair, New Jersey John M. Nehra, Baltimore, Maryland Kenneth E. Nelson, Irvington, New York George J. Nichols, Jr., Jupiter, Florida Virginia Stewart Nicklas, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ronald P. Nordgren, Houston, Texas Marylen S. Oberman, Ann Arbor Ronald L. Olson, Los Angeles, California Olson Dental Company, Inc., Mount Clemens Martha Hecht Pascal, Evanston, Illinois John C. Peirce, Ann Arbor Louis Perlmutter, New York, New York Drew Peslar, Birmingham Peter L. Jolivette Trust Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey Pi Kappa Alpha, Ann Arbor Sidney L. Pilson, Nashville, Tennessee Barbara L. Piper Trust Judith A. Pitney, Ann Arbor Laurence J. Pons, Ann Arbor Jennifer R. Poteat, Ann Arbor Jan Pryor, Ann Arbor Radiological Society of North America R & E, Chicago, Illinois James G. Ravin, Toledo, Ohio Riley S. Rees, Ann Arbor Richard Petty Driving Experience, Inc., Concord, North Carolina Robert W. Richards, Highland Mark J. Richardson, Santa Monica, California Kirsten L. Roberts, New York, New York Kenneth J. Robinson, Bloomfield Hills John H. Romani, Ann Arbor Janice L. Ross, Bloomfield Hills Jack A. Rounick, Radnor, Pennsylvania David A. Sachs, Ann Arbor San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, California Frederick C. Schafrick, Washington, D. C. Richard A. Schirtzer, Malibu, California Charles E. Schultz, Jacksonville, Arkansas Laura U. Schwartz, Sands Point, New York Van Edward Scott, Muskegon Mark K. Setter, Port Huron Jean Whittemore Sharp, South Bend, Indiana Karen H. Shook, Washington, D. C. Martin H. Singer, Northbrook, Illinois Joan K. Slocum, Naples, Florida Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids Norman M. Spindelman, Fort Myers, Florida Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation, New York, New York Thomas G. Stafford, Rocky River, Ohio David M. Stahl, Chicago, Illinois Mark J. Stein, New York, New York 183

Page  184 December Meeting, 2005 Joseph D. Stern, Greensboro, North Carolina Charles E. Sweet, Jr., Longboat Key, Florida Visteon, Livonia FBO TenBroeck Trust Charles E. Thomas, Jr., Lemoyne, Pennsylvania Tisch, Inc., Ann Arbor Leo W. Tobin III, Heathsville, Virginia John A. Tompkins, Jr., Sausalito, California John G. Topliss, Ann Arbor Carlton E. Tripp, Sr. Estate Ronald E. Trunsky, Orchard Lake Union Pacific Foundation, Omaha, Nebraska University of Michigan Alumni of Orange County Scholarship Funds, Orange, California John K. Villa, Washington, D. C. Jeffrey E. Weintraub, Rockville, Maryland Paul F. Werler, Minneapolis, Minnesota Frederick T. Waldeck, Los Angeles, California Sydney P. Waldorf, Richland D. Wehlitz and M. Berg Fund of the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California G. Dekle Taylor, Jacksonville, Florida TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company, Round Rock, Texas Raymond I. Wilcox, Houston, Texas Kenneth D. Williams, Olympia Fields, Illinois Jay A. Werschky, Flint John R. Wheeler, Chelsea Kenneth Whipple, Jr., Bloomfield Hills Helen P. White Estate Thomas P. Wolfe, Troy Woodhaven Run in the Park, Woodhaven Shigeto Yamamoto, Burbank, California Personnel Actions and Personnel Reports. Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. He highlighted recommendations for the reappointment of Robert Dolan as dean of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and Interim Dean Deborah Ball as dean of the School of Education. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective January 1, 2006 Hunter, Mark D., B.A., Phil., Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Myers, Jeffrey L., M.D., Professor of Pathology, Medical School NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective January 1, 2006-December 31, 2009 Kulper, Perry, M.Arch., B.S., Associate Professor of Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective July 1, 2006-August 31, 2011 Dolan, Robert J., Dean, Stephen M. Ross School of Business JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Batterman, Stuart, Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, with tenure, School of Public Health, also appointed Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 Green, Peter F., Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, with tenure, and Chair, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, also appointed Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 184

Page  185 December Meeting, 2005 LEAVES OF ABSENCE FOR REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Nguyen, Clark T. C., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with tenure, College of Engineering, extension of current leave from May 28-December 31, 2005 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective December 15, 2005 Renaming of an Existing Collegiate Professorship to an Endowed Professorship S.P. Hicks Collegiate Professorship in Pathology renamed the S.P. Hicks Endowed Professorship in Pathology, Medical School OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Ball, Deborah Lowenberg, Dean, School of Education, December 16, 2005-August 31, 2010 Boehnke, Michael Lee, Richard G. Cornell Collegiate Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, December 1, 2005-November 30, 2010 Brenner, Dean E., Kutsche Memorial Chair of Internal Medicine, Medical School, December 15, 2005-August 31, 2010 Bucksbaum, Philip H., correction of academic titles to Peter Franken Distinguished University Professor of Physics, and Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Eklund, Susan M., Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, July 1, 2006-June 30, 2009 Lopez, Donald S., Jr., correction of academic titles to Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, and Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Marcus, Joyce, correction of academic titles to Robert L. Carneiro Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology, and Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 Munroe, Derwin S., Chair, Department of Political Science, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, January 1-June 30, 2006 Stewart, Abigail J., correction of academic titles to Sandra Schwartz Tangri Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies, Professor of Psychology, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS School of Public Health Executive Committee Raghunathan, Trivellore E., January 1-August 31, 2006, vice Roderick J. Little, on sabbatical leave Personnel Reports. Provost Courant submitted the following personnel reports. ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Bhattacharyya, Hrishikesh, M.B.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, November 1-December 31, 2005 Coade, Caroline L., M.Mus., Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Feng, Meihua R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy, November 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Guillot, Denise M., M.A., Lecturer I in Anthropology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Ghattas, Joseph, M.A., Lecturer I in Communication and Visual Arts, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, January 1-April 30, 2006 Hegarty, Kathleen Q., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 185

Page  186 December Meeting, 2005 Joswick, David D., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Kantor, Allyn D., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Lavery, Kathleen A., M.S., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1-December 30, 2005 Levy, Judith E., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Mahler, Catherine A., M.Ed., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, September 1-December 31, 2005 Nadeau, Thomas P., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Nemecek, Tim, M.P.A., Lecturer I in Health Sciences and Administration, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, January 1-April 2006 Singh-Brinkman, Nirmala, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Comparative Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Sorzano, Lyndon B., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1-December 31, 2005 Tropman, Matthew J., B.M.A., Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Tschannen, Dana J., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 VanOrder, Robert A., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Finance, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1-February 28, 2006 VanPutten, Mark C., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Zavislak, Kay, M.M., Intermittent Lecturer in Music, School of Music, January 1-April 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective January 1-May 31, 2006 Zimmerman, Enid J., Ph.D., Lecturer IV in American Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave TERMINATIONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURER'S EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on dates indicated Bentley, Courtney B., M.A., Adjunct Lecturer in Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, resigned, November 4, 2005 Steneck, Margaret L., Ph.D., Lecturer II in History, Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired, December 31, 2005 CORRECTION TO TERMINATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective December 31, 2005 Struble, Laura M., Ph.D., Lecturer III in Nursing, School of Nursing, previously reported as December 21, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Criado-Pallares, Enrique, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery, Medical School, December 1, 2005-November 30, 2010 Haider, Naeem, M.B.B.S., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 2006 Hull, Liese A., M.P.P. Lecturer I in Comprehensive Studies Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Hunter, Mary C. R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, School of Natural Resources and Environment, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2009 Ku, Pei-Zheng, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Notbohm, Andrew D., M.S., Instructor in Navy Officer Education Program, United States Naval Officer Education Program, November 1, 2005-December 31, 2007 186

Page  187 December Meeting, 2005 Oliver, Diane G., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Rauch, Sheila, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2007 Rodriguez, Gianna M., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2006 Ruffino, Michele, M.A., Lecturer I in Comprehensive Studies Program, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-August 31, 2005 Schultz, Karl F., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, October 26, 2005-August 31, 2006 Talsma, Akke N., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, October 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Tsao, Yi-Pin, D.D.S., Clinical Assistant Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2008 Wryobeck, John M., Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry, Medical School, November 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Adusumilli, Saroja, from Assistant Professor of Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School September 28, 2005-September 27, 2006 Dalton, Vanessa K., from Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynecology to Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, November 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 DeYoung, Sandra M. T., from Assistant Professor of Dance to Clinical Associate Professor of Dance, School of Music, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Das, Sunil K., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Fischer, Theodore V., Associate Professor Emeritus of Cell and Developmental Biology, Medical School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Goldstein, Irwin J., Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 Ingram, William, Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Jacobs, Stanley J., Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences and Professor Emeritus of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Science, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Jourdian, George W., Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine and Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Kostyo, Jack L., Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Medical School, January 1, 2005-December 31, 2006 Oakley, Deborah J., Professor Emerita of Nursing, School of Nursing, June 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Powers, Lyall H., Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature and Professor Emeritus of Curriculum Support, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Wolfe, Robert A., Professor Emeritus ofBiostatistics, School of Public Health, July 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Adams, William J., Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 187

Page  188 December Meeting, 2005 Ashe, Arthur J., III, Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, retirement furlough, September 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Blum, Joel D., Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Bonner, Michael D., Associate Professor of Islamic History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Clague, Mark A., Assistant Professor of Music, School of Music, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Coran, Arnold G., Professor of Surgery, with tenure, Medical School, duty off campus leave, January 1-June 30, 2006 Cowley, Charles R., Professor of astronomy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 D'Errico, Celia M., Clinical Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical School, personal leave, September 7, 2005-September 6, 2006 Ekotto, Frieda, Associate Professor of French, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Evrard, August, Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Freedman, Jonathan E., Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, and Professor of American Studies, with tenure, Program in American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, teaching leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Gingerich, Philip D., Ermine Cowles Case Collegiate Professor of Paleontology, Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, without tenure, and Professor of Anthropology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, November 9-December 7, 2006 Hallak, Juan C., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, teaching leave, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 Hanlon-Lundberg, Kathleen M., Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, personal leave, October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006 Hickman, Leaden, Assistant Professor of Health Science and Administration, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, personal leave, September 23, 2005-March 22, 2006 Hughes, Paul M., Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, scholarly activity leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Ionides, Edward L., Assistant Professor of Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Kiliam, Lutz, Associate Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Kuhn, William R., Professor of Atmospheric Science, with tenure, College of Engineering, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Lawler, John M., Associate Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, teaching leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Linn, William J., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, UM-Dearborn, College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, personal leave, September 20-December 31, 2005 Lozoff, Betsy, Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, with tenure, Medical School, and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, without tenure, School of Public Health, sabbatical leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Majersik, Jennifer J., Clinical Lecturer in Neurology, Medical School, personal leave, October 28-November 14, 2005 McLaughlin, Renate, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Montoya, Maria E., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of American Culture, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Moseley, Richard H., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, December 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Nelson, Patrick W., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Reuter-Lorenz, Patricia A., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Samuels, Allen J., Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, and retirement furlough, January 1, 2008-December 31, 2009 188

Page  189 December Meeting, 2005 Silverman, Daniel S., Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Spector, Scott D., Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Trepanier-Street, Mary L., Professor of Education, with tenure, UM-Dearbom School of Education, sabbatical leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Vedejs, Edwin, Moses Gomberg Collegiate Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Ward, Stephen M., Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies and Assistant Professor of Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 Werner, Earl E., Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2005 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Becker, Michael W., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 15, 2005 Bernard, Kerri A., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing, December 31, 2005 Clarke, Michael F., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, and Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, without tenure, Medical School, October 28, 2005 Schmaier, Alvin H., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, and Professor of Pathology, without tenure, Medical School, November 30, 2005 Yazdani, Ali, Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 30, 2005 Zvi, Margaliot, Clinical Lecturer in Surgery, Medical School, August 31, 2005 Retired Burt, Brian A., Professor of Dental Public Health, with tenure, School of Public Health, December 31, 2005 Chen, Michael M., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, December 31, 2005 Kyes, Robert L., Professor of German, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 McLaughlin, Renate, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, August 31, 2006 Miskel, Cecil G., Professor of Education, with tenure, School of Education, January 31, 2006 Term Completed Mizrachi, Iris Ben-Bassat, Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, October 31, 2005 Sneider, Raymond B., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, October 14, 2005 Somanathan, Rohini, Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, October 31, 2005 Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 3 retiring faculty members. Brian A. Burt, Ph.D., professor of dental public health in the School of Public Health and adjunct clinical professor in the School of Dentistry, will retire from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Professor Burt received his B.DSc. degree from the University of Western Australia in 1960, his M.P.H. degree from the University of Michigan in 1966, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of London in 1973. He joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1974 as a visiting associate professor of dental public health; he was appointed associate professor in 1976 and promoted to professor in 1981. He was appointed associate professor of dentistry in 1976 and promoted to professor in 1987. 189

Page  190 December Meeting, 2005 He became clinical professor of dentistry in 1989, adjunct professor in 1993, and adjunct clinical professor in 2001. A leader in the field of dental public health, Professor Burt has made ground-breaking contributions, including several classic papers and a book, co-authored with Dr. Stephen Eklund, that is considered the basic text in the field. Professor Burt's research has largely centered on identifying risk factors for caries and periodontal diseases and on prevention of these conditions at the community level. In particular, he has focused on the effectiveness of fluoride in retarding caries development both in public health and in dental practice. He is currently working with colleagues on a federally-funded project, the Detroit Center for Research on Oral Health Disparities. He was appointed director of the Program in Dental Public Health in 1983, and served as chair of the Department of Community Health Programs from 1985-95. Professor Burt has received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Association of Public Health Dentistry and the H. Trendley Dean Distinguished Scientist Award from the International Association for Dental Research. He is the editor of Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, and in 1997, he was named a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Public Health. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member for his dedicated service by naming Brian A. Burt professor emeritus of dental public health. Michael M. Chen, Ph.D., professor of mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering, will retire from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Professor Chen received his B.S. degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign in 1955 and his S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1957 and 1961, respectively. He was an assistant professor at Yale University from 1963-69, associate professor at New York University from 1969-73, and professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 1973-91. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as a professor in 1991. As a scholar of unusual depth and range, Professor Chen seamlessly integrates the areas of thermo-fluid sciences--fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, applied mathematics, and numerical analysis--with a clarity of thinking that is amazing to his colleagues. He has applied his understanding of these physical sciences to such problems as melting, welding, radiation, optical devices, biological systems, blood flow, interaction of lasers with materials, development of scientific instruments, transport in fluidized beds, and porous media. Above all, he has investigated these diverse phenomena both experimentally and theoretically with equal ease. A first-rate scientist and original thinker, Professor Chen is completing a unique book on convection heat transfer that explains his methodology for formulating and solving physical problems, and he recently developed a revolutionary numerical method for solving two-phase moving boundary problems. Professor Chen is the author of two other books, ten book chapters, and nearly two hundred other publications. From 1991-93 he served as the director of the Thermal Transport and Thermal Processing Program at the National Science Foundation. His honors include the prestigious ASME Heat Transfer Memorial Award and election as an ASME Fellow. Professor Chen is a kind and caring teacher whose advice is sought and valued by students and colleagues alike. The Regents now salute this faculty member by naming Michael M. Chen professor emeritus of mechanical engineering. 190

Page  191 December Meeting, 2005 Robert L. Kyes, Ph.D., professor of German in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, will retire from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Professor Kyes received his A.B. degree from the University of Michigan in 1958, his A.M. degree from Brown University in 1959, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1964. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an instructor in 1962 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1964, associate professor in 1968, and professor in 1974. Professor Kyes has achieved great distinction nationally and internationally as a scholar of Old Franconian and Old Saxon. He is a recognized and widely respected authority on the history of the Germanic languages and has authored, co-authored, or co-edited seven books and monographs concerning historical linguistics as it relates to the Germanic languages. His published articles and book reviews range impressively across topics as diverse as Dutch phonology, pedagogy, and language attitudes in sixteenth and seventeenth century Germany. He was the co-recipient of a grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities for reconstructing the grammar of Proto-Germanic, a project of great value to the field of historical linguistics. Within the classroom, Professor Kyes was recognized as an excellent teacher who taught rigorous courses on the history of the German language, German dialectology, and various Germanic languages. He served as the undergraduate concentration advisor from 1995-2002 and received the Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Concentration Advising in 1999. In appreciation for his dedicated instruction, his former graduate students published a Festschrift in his honor in 2000, and another of his former students established the endowed Mun-Kyes Fund to help support graduate student research in Germanic linguistics. Professor Kyes served as chair of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures from 1985-1995 and was a key architect of the department's embrace of radical interdisciplinarity, for which it has received national and international recognition. The Regents salute this distinguished scholar by naming Robert L. Kyes professor emeritus of German. Memorials. Vice President Churchill reported the deaths of two faculty members: John Omnaas, assistant research scientist in the College of Pharmacy, and Thomas Carli, assistant dean and associate professor of psychiatry in the Medical School. Formal memorial statements will be included in the January agenda. Degrees. There are no actions with respect to degrees this month. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. Regent White left the meeting at this point, at 3:00 p.m., and therefore did not vote on any of the agenda items. Fiscal Year 2007 Capital Outlay Submission All Campuses Executive Vice President Slottow submitted for information the capital outlay requests for Fiscal Year 2007. Included in the request are three projects for the Ann Arbor campus, one project for the Dearborn campus, and no projects for the Flint campus. 191

Page  192 December Meeting, 2005 Supplemental Information to the Audited Financial Statements of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics of the University of Michigan for the Year Ended June 30, 2005 Executive Vice President Slottow submitted supplemental information to the audited financial statements of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics for the year ended June 30, 2005. Alternative Asset Commitments The Regents were informed of two follow-on investments that have been made to previously approved partnerships: $15 million to Cabot Industrial Value Fund II, L.P. (real estate fund) and $40 million to Avenue Special Situations Fund IV (distressed debt). New Absolute Return Investment and Alternative Asset Commitments On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents approved the following commitments: * $40 million from the University Investment Pool to NGP Income Co-Investment Opportunities Fund II, L.P. (absolute return) * $35 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Greenfield Land Partners I, L.P. (real estate) * $15.0 million from the Long Term Portfolio to IDG-Accel China Growth Fund I, L.P. (venture capital investments in China) Engineering Research Buildings 1 and 2 Optics Group Laboratory Renovation On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the Engineering Research Buildings 1 and 2 Optics Group Laboratory Renovation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Fletcher Street Parking Structure Structural Repairs On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the Fletcher Street Parking Structure Structural Repairs Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Multiple Buildings Asbestos Abatement Project Regent Newman moved approval of an asbestos abatement project in buildings planned for demolition as a result of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business Facilities Enhancement Project, and authorization for issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Regent Maynard seconded the motion, and it was approved unanimously. University of Michigan-Flint David M. French Hall Renovations On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan-Flint David M. French Hall Renovations Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized commissioning DSA Architects, LLC for its design. 192

Page  193 December Meeting, 2005 University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Fire Alarm System Upgrade and Fire Suppression System Installation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Student Activities Building Renovation Project Executive Vice President Slottow introduced Jim Meredith, principal at Gensler Architects, to present the schematic design for renovations to the Student Activities Building. Mr. Meredith displayed floor plans and other renderings and described how the renovations and enhancements would increase the efficiency and effectiveness of people who work in the building. The building will also become more transparent to students, making it easier and more convenient for them to obtain services from offices located in that building. Equally important, the renovations will help attract prospective students to the University. Executive Vice President Slottow commented that the renovation will transcend organizational barriers. With staff from three vice presidential areas providing services to students in this building, the space will be restructured in a way that is seamless to students. It was noted that there is space available within the building to be used to temporarily house offices displaced during the renovation. On a motion by Regent Deitch, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents unanimously approved the schematic design for the Student Activities Building Renovation Project as presented at the meeting. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Cardiovascular Center Project Phase I Operating Room Expansion On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers Cardiovascular Center Project Phase I Operating Room Expansion project as described, authorized commissioning the architectural firm of Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) North Ingalls Building Caf6 Renovations On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) North Ingalls Building Cafe Renovations Project as described, authorized commissioning the engineering firm of Stantec Consulting Michigan, Inc. for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. 193

Page  194 December Meeting, 2005 University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Nuclear Medicine Pharmacy Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Taylor, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Nuclear Medicine Pharmacy Renovation Project as described, authorized commissioning the architectural firm of HarleyEllis for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Observation Unit Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Observation Unit Renovation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved project budget. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes five conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. Regent Richner requested recusal from the request for a subcontract agreement between the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. Therefore, this item was considered separately from the four other conflict items. On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the following items: Contract between the University of Michigan and Picocal, Inc. The Regents approved a contract with Picocal, Inc., for the purchase of scanning thermal probes. Because Angelo Gaitas, a shareholder and president of Picocal, Inc., and Yogesh Gianchandani, a shareholder of Picocal, Inc., are both University of Michigan employees, this contract falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and its College of Engineering, and Picocal, Inc. 2. The product provided is scanning thermal probes, for a total dollar amount of $1,950.00. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Angelo Gaitas and Yogesh Gianchandani, both University of Michigan employees, are president shareholders of Picocal, Inc. Amendment to License Agreement between the University of Michigan and GMP Immunotherapeutics, Inc. The Regents approved an amendment to a license agreement between the University of Michigan and GMP Immunotherapeutics, Inc. ("GMP") which involves adding additional technologies to the original license agreement. Because Professors Gary Glick and Anthony Opipari are both employees of the University of Michigan and partial owners of GMP, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of 194

Page  195 December Meeting, 2005 Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. Parties to the agreement are the Regents of the University of Michigan and GMP. 2. Amendment terms include giving GMP an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses to the technologies referenced in the Regents Communication. Additional diligence and milestone payments will apply. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interests of Drs. Glick and Opipari arises from their ownership interest in GMP. Option Agreement between the University of Michigan and Powerix Technologies, LLC The Regents approved an option agreement with Powerix Technologies, LLC ("Powerix"), to license from the University the technology entitled "Rotary Ramjet Turbogenerator, invented by Professor Werner Dahm (UM File No. 2952). Because Professor Jun Ni and Professor Werner Dahm are both University of Michigan employees and members of the board of directors of Powerix, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. Parties to the agreement are the University of Michigan and Powerix Technologies, LLC. 2. Option terms include giving Powerix a one-year exclusive option to negotiate an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Powerix will reimburse patent costs during the term of the option agreement and would pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs if the option is exercised and a license is executed. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No other use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest of Professors Ni and Dahm arise from their ownership interest in Powerix. They have waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Research Agreement between the University of Michigan and Powerix Technologies, LLC The Regents approved a research agreement between the University of Michigan and Powerix Technologies to fund a project in the College of Engineering in which the principal investigator is Professor James Driscoll and co-investigator is Professor Werner Dahm. Because Professors Jun Ni and Werner Dahm are both employees of the University and partial owners and members of the board of directors of Powerix Technologies, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements. 195

Page  196 December Meeting, 2005 1. Parties to the agreement are the University of Michigan and Powerix Technologies, LLC. 2. The total subcontract to the University will be $670,560.00 for the period September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2007. Since research agreements are often amended, the agreement includes provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. The subcontract terms are consistent with University policies and Regental bylaws. 3. Professors Jun Ni and Werner Dahm's pecuniary interest arises from their status as partial owners and board members of Powerix Technologies, LLC. Dr. Dahm will only participate in the project as an employee of the University and Dr. Ni is not involved in the project. Subcontract Agreement between the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved a subcontract agreement between the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. ("InnoBio"). Regent Richner recused himself from participating in this matter due to a conflict of interest. Because Dr. H. David Humes is both an employee of the University who will serve a principal investigator on the subcontract, and a founder, owner, director and officer of InnoBio, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. Parties to the agreement are the University of Michigan and InnoBio. 2. The terms of the proposed agreement conform to University policy. The project at the University is to be conducted over an initial twelve-month period at an estimated total cost of $125,937. Since research agreements are often amended, the agreement includes provisions for changes in time, amount, and scope. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Committee will be done as appropriate. 3. Dr. Humes' pecuniary interest arises from his ownership interest in Innovative Biotherapies. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Wireless Integrated Measurement Systems Laboratory Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Richner, the Regents unanimously approved the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Wireless Integrated Measurement Systems Laboratory Renovation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. New Degree Program for the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents approved a new undergraduate degree program, "Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy," to be offered by the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Revision to Regents' Bylaw 11.59 (The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Organization) On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved revision to Regents' Bylaw 11.59, specifically with regard to the 196

Page  197 December Meeting, 2005 role and responsibilities of the Academic Performance Committee. The revised bylaw follows. Regents' Bylaw Sec. 11.59. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Organization (Additions are underlined; deletions are crossed out.) Members of the Advisory Board will be appointed on or before the first of July each year. The officers of the Advisory Board will be a chair, a secretary, and such other officers and committees as will be authorized or chosen by the board. The director of athletics will be chair, ex officio, without vote. The chair will act as presiding officer at board meetings and will act as the board's general executive officer. There will be a Committee on Academic Performance consisting of the faculty members of the board- and- in additio a representative of the registrar of the University. The committee will report to and advise the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and, subject to the final authority of the provost, will have authority to examine and appraise the academic performance of all e andidates for intercollegiate athletic teams athletes, to determine their eligibility for competition in intercollegiate athletics, and to take any other action regarding such candidates as may seem necessary or appropriate in under the circumstances. A five-minute break followed. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 4:10 p.m. The Regents heard comments from the following individuals, on the topics indicated: Lauren Beyer O'Connell, student, Richard Bole, student, and Rachel Baker, citizen, on environmentally responsible design and construction of the new C.S. Mott Children's Hospital; Jim Mogensen, citizen, on fiduciary responsibility in the town-gown relationship; Alexandra Moffett-Bateau, student, Michael Smith, student and member of the MSA Minority Affairs Commission, and Adrienne Waller, student and speaker of the Black Student Union, on the topic of the Michigan Daily's climate and recent publications regarding minorities; David Boyle, alumnus, on passage of a resolution not to invest in Sudan; and Anne Handyside, student, on the effects of The Every Three Weekly campus newspaper on campus climate. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 4:50 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for January 20, 2006. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 197

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Page  199 JANUARY MEETING, 2006 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor January 20, 2006 The Regents convened at 9:25 a.m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, McGowan, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President and Secretary Churchill, Vice President Forrest, Interim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, and Vice President Wilbanks. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order. She welcomed Vice President Steve Forrest to his first Regents' Meeting and commented on the recent campus MLK Day activities. President Coleman also called attention to several recent deaths. She noted that as a result of the successful conclusion of the provost search, she would be recommending the appointment of Teresa Sullivan as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. Presentation: "Making the Michigan Difference in the Liberal Arts" President Coleman introduced Dean Terrence McDonald, who gave a presentation about the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA). Dean McDonald first showed a brief video depicting individual students expressing the difference that the education they've received at Michigan has made in their lives. He then went on to describe the college, noting that it is a comprehensive liberal arts college with more than 18,000 undergraduate and graduate students and more than 800 tenure-track faculty members. More than 2,000 LSA courses are offered each semester, and 65 languages are taught. In addition, 71 of the college's departments, programs, and fields of study are ranked among the top 25 in the nation, and many of these are in the top 10 and top 5. Dean McDonald observed that the college's graduation rates and first-year retention rates are among the highest in the country, and many of its initiatives are ranked among the best in the nation. He described a number of the college's academic initiatives and research highlights, and described recently completed and under construction new facilities that will benefit the college. Dean McDonald noted that it is a continuous challenge for the college to recruit and retain outstanding faculty and to maintain the undergraduate experience it provides in the face of growing enrollment and reduced resources. Following the presentation, Dean McDonald responded to questions from the Regents regarding his biggest challenges and the increasing size of the first year class. He commented that his biggest challenge is to maintain the college's outstanding faculty and student body while responding to the University's fiscal situation. In response to a question about the larger first year class size in recent years, he described measures 199

Page  200 January Meeting, 2006 being taken to more accurately predict enrollment yield. He also noted that the college has developed a system for adding extra class sections to deal with increased demand created by the increased enrollment, so that students are not faced with increased class sizes. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reported that the committee had covered three topics during its meeting the day before. The first was a review of the first six months performance of the Hospitals and Health Centers (HHC) and an update on the HHC 10-year strategic capital plan. Executive Vice President Kelch, Interim Director and CEO Doug Strong, and Interim Chief Financial Officer Tom Marks participated in this session. The committee then was updated on the University's debt program, including capacity, structure, policies, and strategies, by Associate Vice President Peggy Norgren, Treasurer Greg Tewksbury, and Assistant Treasurer Milagros Dougan. Finally, the committee met with Carol Senneff, executive director of University Audits, regarding the University-wide compliance strategy. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that the committee had received updates on search activities around the University and conducted a number of housekeeping measures. The Regents then turned to the consent agenda. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of December 15, 2005. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, the Human Resources and Affirmative Action (HRAA) Report, and the Regents' Report on Non-competitive Purchases over $5,000 from Single Sources, September 16 through December 15, 2005. Regarding the HRAA report, he commented that a four-year agreement had been signed with the International Union of Operating Engineers. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. Vice President Forrest submitted the Report of Projects Established, December 1-December 31, 2005. University of Michigan Health System. There was no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. No report was submitted. University of Michigan-Flint. No report was submitted. University of Michigan-Dearborn. Chancellor Little called attention to the establishment of the Richard E. Czarnecki Collegiate Professorship in the School of Management. Michigan Student Assembly Report. MSA President Jesse Levine commented that this would be his last semester at the University and his undergraduate experience had been extremely positive. He then enumerated some of the "big picture", long-term 200

Page  201 January Meeting, 2006 issues that will continue to be of concern to MSA. These include off-campus housing, campus safety, a strong relationship with Ann Arbor City Council. Voluntary Support. Vice President May reported that the gift receipt total for the December 2005 had been extraordinary, as had the number of gift pledges. The campaign is within $7 million of reaching the $2 billion level of its $2.5 billion goal, but a good deal more work will be required to reach this goal. F. Kenneth Ackerman, Jr., Danville, Pennsylvania 867 shares of Fulton Financial Corporation common stock for the John R. Griffith Leadership Center in the School of Public Health...................... $14,977 Actelion Pharmaceutical US, Inc., South San Francisco, California for support in the Cardiovascular Center............................................... 75,000 Kedrick D. Adkins, Bloomfield Hills for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering, for the Arthur Andersen Minority Scholarship Fund, the Dr. Alfred L. Edwards Black Alumni Association Scholarship Fund and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, for support in the Law School, and for the Dr. Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund..................................... 12,000 Adler Schermer Foundation, Aspen, Colorado for the Walter Spink Ajanta Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 29,000 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Sunnyvale, California for support in the College of Engineering.............................................. 30,000 ALTA Analytical Laboratory, Inc., El Dorado Hills, California for research in the School of Public Health.............................................. 20,000 Frank J. Ambrose, Bloomfield Hills for the John R. Pfeifer Collegiate Professorship in Vascular Surgery in the Medical School......... 10,000 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................................. 119,868 American Council of Learned Societies, New York, New York for the Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts... 30,000 American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia for research in the Medical School.................................................... 58,727 American Lung Association of Michigan, Lansing for research in the Medical School..................................................... 110,00 American Medical Association Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for support in the Medical School.................................................... 20,000 Russell L. Anmuth, New York, New York for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 14,286 Anonymous Donor for the Residential College Fund and the Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................. 10,000 Anonymous Donor 220 shares of Chiron Corporation common stock and a cash gift for the Museum of Zoology.......................................................... 19,422 Anonymous Donor for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, Benny Friedman Fellowship in Sports Journalism and for the University Library Campaign...................................... 250,000 Anonymous Donor for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, Benny Friedman Fellowship in Sports Journalism, for the Askwith Fund for Innovation in Asthma and Allergy Management in the School of Public Health, and for support in the University Library......................... 275,000 Anonymous Donor for cardiovascular support in the Medical School......................................... 698,800 Ares Management II LP, Los Angeles, California for the David and Meredith Kaplan Men's Basketball Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics........................................................ 20,000 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School................................................ 45,000 Deborah Rebeck Ash, Ann Arbor for the Major McKinley Ash Collegiate Professorship in the School of Dentistry and for the University Musical Society................................................... 10,200 Association of Gnathology, Taipei City, Taiwan for the Hornm-Lay Wang Endowed Collegiate Professorship in the School of Dentistry.............. 10,000 Bank of Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society................................................. 23,500 201

Page  202 January Meeting, 2006 Theodore and Mina Bargman Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the University Musical Society................................................. 10,000 Marj Baril, Perrysburg, Ohio for the James D. Baril, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgery Education Fund in the Medical School.......... 16,000 Andrew P. Barowsky Charitable Foundation, Auburn, Maine for the Andrew P. Barowsky Endowed Faculty Research Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................................................25,000 Ben A. Beavers, Highland Park, Illinois for support in the Law School, in memory of Roger C. Siske.................................. 25,000 Bendit Foundation, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland for the Bendit Foundation Global Initiatives Fund in the Medical School........................ 25,000 Benedek Family Foundation, Los Angeles, California for the Barbara and Peter Benedek Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................................................12,500 Alvin M. Bentley Foundation, Owosso for the Alvin M. and Arvella D. Bentley Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, andtheArts...............................................................52,500 Jack L. Berman, Los Angeles, California for the Berman Depression Research Fund in the Medical School............................. 10,000 Kenneth D. Betz, Rockford 3,850 shares of Burlington Resources, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for the Kenneth and Judy Betz Fellowship Fund in the College of Engineering, for the River City Women's Athletic Scholarship Fund and other support in the Department of Athletics, for the Kenneth and Judy Betz Endowment Fund in the Law School, and for the Kenneth and Judy Betz Family Medicine Scholarship Fund in the Medical School.............................. 334,391 Leo R. Beus, Scottsdale, Arizona for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................... 500,000 Bruce P. Bickner, La Quinta, California for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................... 100,000 Joan A. Bickner, La Quinta, California for support in the Division of Kinesiology.............................................. 400,000 James K. Billman, Jr., Moline, Illinois for the Kenneth D. McClatchey Scholarship Fund in the Medical School........................ 20,000 Elizabeth D. Black fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 30,000 Josef S. Blass, Pittsboro, North Carolina for the Nicolaus Copernicus Collegiate Professorship and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....................................................... 25,200 Leland F. Blatt Family Foundation, Harper Woods for the Blatt Family Neuroblastoma Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center................. 100,000 Blum Enterprises East, Inc., Southfield for the George and Joyce Blum Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Medical School. 70,000 Frederick W. W. Bolander, Hillsborough, California for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................... 11,150 Borders, Inc., Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society.................................................. 15,000 Breast Cancer Research Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................ 125,000 Brehm Family Fund of the Fuller Foundation, Pasadena, California for the Emeritus Professor Maxwell Reade Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.... 15,000 Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for employee matching gifts........................................................ 10,250 Eli and Edythe L. Broad Foundation, Los Angeles, California for research in the Medical School..................................................... 66,034 Richard R. Burns, Duluth, Minnesota 205 shares of Schlumberger Ltd, common stock and a cash gift for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Building Fund in the Law School................................................................. 25,243 Cairn Foundation, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society................................................. 20,000 Michael J. Callahan, Winnetka, Illinois for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 10,000 Jeffrey E. Cappo, Ann Arbor for the Jeffrey E. Cappo Hockey Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics........ 100,000 David Carlyon, Larchmont, New York 625 shares of Nabors Industries Ltd., common stock for the Carlyon-Whitman Dean's Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.... 50,859 Vivian L. Carpenter, Birmingham for the Dr. Vivian L. Carpenter Endowment Fund in the College of Engineering.................... 75,000 202

Page  203 January Meeting, 2006 Gordon R. Carrier, San Diego, California for support in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning................ 10,000 Caterpillar, Inc., Peoria, Illinois for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Joseph J. Chanda, Indialantic, Florida for research in the Medical School..................................................... 10,000 Markham S. Cheever Estate for the Edwin C. Goddard Scholarship Fund............................................ 200,000 Chicago Community Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................20,000 Christopher Trust for research in the Medical School..................................................... 25,00 Dale C. Clark Trust for undergraduate student aid.......................................................... 17,000 Casey R. Close, New York, New York for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 50,000 Cold Heading Foundation, Warren for the Indoor Training Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics.......................... 20,000 Columbus Rose, LTD, Reston, Virginia for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for research in the Law School........................................................ 25,00 Michael J. Connelly, Tampa, Florida for Larry Kirshbaum Award in the Literature, Science and the Arts............................. 10,000 Peter G. Corriveau, Farmington for research in the Medical School..................................................... 25,00 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland for research in the Medical School..................................................... 32,050 Marvin I. Danto, Bloomfield Hills for the Marvin and Betty Danto Research Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.............. 20,000 Deloitte Foundation, Wilton, Connecticut for employee matching gifts.......................................................... 52,418 Nelson Demille, Garden City, New York for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 DeRoy Testamentary Foundation, Southfield for the Residential College Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 Thomas I. Dolan, Kalamazoo 700 shares of A.O. Smith Company common stock for the Thomas and Barbara Dolan Donor Pooled Income Fund, for the ultimate benefit of the Thomas and Barbara Dolan Scholarships in the Colleges of Engineering, and Literature, Science and the Arts, and the Schrank Family Scholarship Fund in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................ 25,235 Dorfman Family Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Israeli Fellowship in Radiation Oncology and the Henry and Mala Dorfman Family Professorship in the Medical School and for the Dorfman Family Endowment Fund at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.................................................... 121,000 Duffy Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital.......................................... 20,000 Eaton Charitable Fund, Cleveland, Ohio for support in the College of Engineering, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the Michigan Business School Student Government Fund, and for employee matching gifts...... 17,750 Martin H. Edwards, Ann Arbor for the Otto Gago, M.D. Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School and for the Rosalie Edwards Scholarship in the School of Music...................................... 20,000 Virginia J. Ehrlicher Estate for support in the School of Information................................................. 63,256 Charles W. Elicker Estate for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 Terrence A. Elkes, New York, New York for the Elkes Fund for Faculty Excellence and the Terrence A. and Ruth F. Elkes Merit Scholarship in the Law School.................................................. 275,735 Ellison Medical Foundation, Redwood City, California for the Biophysics Research Division.............................................. 227,480 Peggy Pringle Emery, Ann Arbor for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................... 10,000 Epilepsy Foundation of America, Landover, Maryland for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................ 25,000 Farrehi Family Foundation, Inc., Grand Blanc for the Cyrus and Jane Farrehi Professorship in the Medical School........................... 20,000 203

Page  204 January Meeting, 2006 Z. Jane and Cyrus Farrehi Trust for the Cyrus and Jane Farrehi Professorship in the Medical School............................ 200,000 James G. Fausone, Northville forsupportinthe College ofEngineering.............................................. 20,000 Michael R. Fayhee, Chicago, Illinois forthe Building Fund inthe Law School.............................................. 25,000 Bruce A. Featherstone, Denver, Colorado forthe Building Fund inthe Law School................................................ 80,000 Suzanne L. Feetham, Bethesda, Maryland for the Suzanne Bellinger and Terry Feetham Professorship in the School of Nursing............... 86,000 Feldman Law Firm LLP, Houston, Texas for supportinthe Law School......................................................... 12,500 Fischer Family Fund, Troy for the Howard Flint Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......... 10,000 Ford Motor Company, Dearborn for research and other support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University Hospitals..... 65,000 Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn for scholarships and other support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn..................... 275,000 Howard P. Fox, Ann Arbor 900 shares of DaimlerChrysler corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Howard and Margaret Fox Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Engineering, the School of Music, and for the Michigan Union....................50,025 Francis Families Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri for support intheMedical School...................................................... 21,000 Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for support in the Museum of Art for the John T. Dempsey Endowed Scholarship Fund and other support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and for the University Musical Society............. 22,600 Frankfort Family Foundation, Tenafly, New Jersey MBA Domestic Corps Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business......................... 17,000 Stuart D. Freedman, New York, New York for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School.................................... 25,000 David G. Frey, Delray Beach, Florida 628 shares of JP Morgan Chase and Company common stock for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy........................ 24,982 E. James Gamble, Bloomfield Hills for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School, for support in the School of Music, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and the University Library....................... 21,200 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, Washington forresearch intheMedical School................................................ 945,726 General Dynamics Advanced Info Systems, Fairfax, Virginia for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 12,000 General Motors Corporation, Warren for research in the College of Engineering................................................. 50,000 General Motors Foundation, Detroit for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering and the Stephen M. Ross School ofBusiness.............................................................. 211,500 Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D. C. for research and other support in the School of Social Work.................................. 45,000 Charlotte Geyer Foundation, Williamsville, New York for research in the Medical School...................................................... 50,00 Joan L. Gibson, Omaha, Nebraska for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art........................................ 10,000 Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, Kalamazoo for WUOM.................................................................. 2500 Glancy Foundation, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and for other support at the University of Michigan......................... 53,500 Constance P. Goodfrey 2004 Trust for the John W. Reed Scholarship Fund and the Building Fund in the Law School................. 10,000 R. Eugene Goodson, Ann Arbor 2,230 shares of Oshkosh Truck Corporation common stock for the University of Michigan................................................ 99,871 Graham Foundation, York, Pennsylvania for the Solid State Laboratory Electronics Construction Fund in the College of Engineering and for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics............................. 1,000,000 Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools, Traverse City for support of the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Fund, in memory of Katie Heintz...... 25,000 Kalvin M. Grove, Saint Petersburg, Florida for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 13,100 204

Page  205 January Meeting, 2006 Carroll J. Haas Foundation, Mendon for the Center for Biologic Nanotechnology in the Medical School............................ 50,000 Mimi and Robert Habush Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the Robert and Mimi Habush Quality of Care Initiative Fund in the Medical School............ 125,000 Harvard Drug Group, Livonia for support in the University Hospitals................................................. 10,000 James C. Hays, Roswell, Georgia for the Class of 1977 Scholarship Fund in the Medical School.....................10,000 Hermelin Family Support Foundation of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, Benny Friedman Fellowship in Sports Journalism, and for the Irving M. Hermelin Curator of Judaica Endowment Fund in the University Library....... 15,500 David J. Herzig, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society.................................................... 20,000 Hoag Family Foundation, Palo Alto, California for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 25,000 Gary K. Hobbs, Merritt Island, Florida 764 shares of various corporate common stock and a cash gift for the Gary and Pat Hobbs Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Pharmacy and for the University Library............................................. 20,022 Jean M. Holland, Birmingham for the Frederick Richard Holland, M.D., Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Medical School......... 25,000 James D. Holzhauer, Chicago, Illinois for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 IHS Foundation, Columbus, Ohio for support in the Law School, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 11,000 Stanley Imerman Memorial Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics.................................... 10,000 Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, Oregon for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 89,000 Intel Foundation, Hillsboro, Oregon for employee matching gifts......................................................... 16,125 Virginia M. Irwin Estate for support at the University of Michigan-Dearborn....................................... 25,000 J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation, New York, New York for scholarships and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the University of Michigan-Flint, and for employee matching gifts............................ 44,875 John C. Jacob, Oak Park, Illinois 1,095 shares of various corporate common stock for the John C. Jacob Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..............................................................49,850 Steven and Katherine Jacob Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Steven and Katherine Jacob M-PACT Fund........................................ 15,000 Olive G. Jacobs Estate for the Rush and Olive Jacobs Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics.................. 21,518 Anita H. Jenkins, Midland for support in the Law School, and for the Andrea Louise Jenkins Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................ 105,000 Joan's Legacy, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................... 50000 Mrs. Herbert Johe, Ann Arbor for the Susan L. Johe Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Herbert W. And Susan L. Johe Endowment Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and for support in the Museum of Art.......................................... 200000 Lance J. Johnson, Woodbury, Minnesota for support in the Law School........................................................ 50,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for-research and other support in the Institute for Social Research, and the Schools of Medicine, 205

Page  206 January Meeting, 2006 Karla Hench Revocable Trust for the Softball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics....................... 10,000 Joseph P. and Nancy F. Keithley Foundation, Pepper Pike, Ohio for the Joseph P. and Nancy F. Keithley Endowment Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. 30,000 Martin Kellner, Los Angeles, California for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 10,000 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for WFUM and for employee matching gifts............................................. 67,125 Kenyon S. Kendall, Grand Rapids for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................ 10,000 John C. Kennedy, Grand Rapids for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...................................... 50,000 C. Robert Kidder and Mary G. Kidder Fund of the Columbus Foundation, Columbus, Ohio for the Solid State Electronic Laboratory Construction Fund in the College of Engineering......... 225,000 Robert P. and Jean W. Kirby Charitable Gift Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Dean Gorham Fellowship in the School of Natural Resources and Environment............ 20,000 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund.................................................... 14,852 Paulette Najarian Knight, Clarkston for the Najarian Scholarship Fund in the College of Pharmacy................................. 10,000 James J. Kochkodan, Dearborn for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for the Exhibit Museum of Natural History....... 10,300 Elizabeth J. Kostova, Ann Arbor for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 KPMG Foundation, Montvale, New Jersey for employee matching gifts....................................................... 10,000 Leo A. Legatski, Whitmore Lake for scholarships in the College of Engineering, and for the University Musical Society, and WUOM... 10,750 Dennis L. Letts, Tulsa, Oklahoma for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 Eli Lilly & Company Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana for employee matching gifts........................................................ 53,852 Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for research at the University of Michigan.............................................. 100,000 Lumina Foundation for Education, Indianapolis, Indiana for research in the School of Education........................................... 70,000 David R. Macdonald Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland for support in the Law School......................................................... 20,000 Kenneth S. Mack, Metamora for the Wilbur K. Pierpont Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business........... 10,000 Eleanore J. Mahlke Estate for the Samuel Trask Dana Award in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.......... 148,297 Glen M. Majors, Searcy, Arizona for the Class of 1948 Engineering Scholarship in the College of Engineering..................... 80,000 March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, White Plains, New York for research in the Medical School...................................................... 37,500 March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Michigan, Southfield for research in the Medical School..................................................... 35,651 Gregory A. Margolies, New York, New York for the Gregory Margolies Fund in the Life Sciences Institute.................................. 40,000 Natalie Matovinovic, Ann Arbor for the Josip Matovinovic Endowed Clinical Medicine Fellowship in the Medical School........... 20,000 Marth E. McClatchey, Ann Arbor for the Kenneth D. McClatchey Scholarship Fund in the Medical School........................ 10,000 McKinley Associates, Inc., Ann Arbor for the Ruth and Gilbert R. Whitaker Endowed Professorship in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art......................... 10,500 Debby Lundstrom McMullen Endowment Fund of the Ann Arbor Community Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.............................. 10,000 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 5,800 shares of various corporate common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project.......................................... 202,072 Randall E. Mehrberg, Chicago, Illinois for the Mehrberg Fund for Public Service and other support in the Law School.................... 25,000 Meijer, Inc., Grand Rapids for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund........................... 110,655 Paul M. Meister, Hampton, New Hampshire for the Susan Meister Endowed Fund in Pediatrics in the Medical School, for the Dean's 206

Page  207 January Meeting, 2006 Venture Capital Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and for the Life Sciences Institute.............................................................. 350,000 Richard J. Metzler, Winnetka, Illinois for the Dean's Fund for New Initiatives in Research in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...... 50,000 Michael Flora & Associates, Inc., Troy for WUOM................................................................ 12,000 Patricia P. Morrissey, Richland for the Vaughn Morrissey, M.D. and Leona Morrissey R.N. Scholarship at the University of Michigan-Flint................................................................10,000 Mosaic Foundation of R. & P. Heydon, Ann Arbor for the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive in the Clements Library, the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art, the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum Fund, and for the Michigan League......................................................... 15,700 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint for support at the University of Michigan-Flint............................................ 100,846 Mary C. Murphy Revocable Trust for the Percy and Mary Murphy Endowed Children's Research Fund in the Medical School......... 20,000 Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc., Tucson, Arizona for research in the Medical School..................................................... 91,388 Kenneth H. Musson, Traverse City for the Harold F. Falls Collegiate Professorship in the Medical School.......................... 90,000 Elder Sang Y. Nam, Ann Arbor for the Korean Collection in the Museum of Art and for the Elder Sang-Yong Nam and Mrs Moon-Sook Nam Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 298,991 Sang Y. Nam, Ann Arbor for the Elder Sang-Yong and Mrs. Moon-Sook Nam Fund in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and for the Korean Studies Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................................... 21,500 National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc., White Plains, New York for support in the College of Engineering................................................ 10,000 National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Great Neck, New York for research in the Medical School..................................................... 25,000 National Cancer Prevention Fund, Denver, Colorado for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center........................................... 82,355 Leo and Libby Nevas Family Fund of the Fairfield County Foundation, Westport, Connecticut for the Wallenberg Medal and Lecture Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies... 10,000 Newman Family Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Newman Family Professorship Fund in Radiation Oncology in the Medical school........... 25,000 Roger S. Newton, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society................................................. 15,000 NFL Charities, New York, New York for research in the Division of Kinesiology............................................. 125,000 Charles G. Nickson, Houston, Texas for the Armenag, Dirouhi and Carmen Dadrian Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Law School...... 35,000 Nissan Research & Development, Inc., Farmington Hills for support in the Transportation Research Institute................................ 15,000 Noble Foundation, Wooster, Ohio for support in the Medical School..................................................... 100,000 Nola Foundation, New York, New York for the Global Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................. 50,000 Ronald P. Nordgren, Houston, Texas for the Ronald P. and Joan M. Nordgren Endowed Cancer Research Fund and other support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University Hospitals...................... 30,000 Northrop Grumman Space & Mission Systems Corporation, Redondo Beach, California for scholarships and other support in the College of Engineering............................ 40,000 Novartis, East Hanover, New Jersey for research in the Medical School..................................................... 12,000 Eric A. Oesterle, Chicago, Illinois for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 Margaret C. Ogden Trust for the Turner Care Connections Fund in the Medical School.................................. 10,000 Omenn-Darling Family Advised Fund of the Seattle Foundation Trust Fund, Seattle, Washington for the Gilbert S. Omenn Endowed Professorship Fund and other support in the Medical School..... 500,000 Sally A. and Graham A. Orley Foundation, Troy for scholarships in the Department of Athletics.......................................... 20,000 Raymond L. Owens, Duluth, Georgia for Basketball Facilities Fund in the Department of Athletics.................................. 10,000 Pace & Partners, Lansing for WUOM.................................................................. 25,920 207

Page  208 January Meeting, 2006 David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Los Altos, California for the David and Lucile Packard Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....62,500 Donald A. Pallin, Harshaw, Wisconsin 4,000 shares of Delta & Pine Land Company common stock for the Donald and Nancy Pallin Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Pallin Fellowship in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.............................. 94,100 Deryck A. Palmer, New York, New York for the Building Fund in the Law School................................................ 15,000 Elsa U. Pardee Foundation, Midland for research in the Medical School....................................................69,926 Brian P. Patchen, Miami, Florida for scholarships in the Department of Athletics and for the Brian P. Patchen Fund in the Law School.. 20,000 James Patterson, New York, New York for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 Dennis J. Paustenbach, San Francisco, California for research in the School of Public Health.............................................. 30000 Harry J. Pearce, Bloomfield for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.......................................... 10,000 Pecsco, Oakton, Virginia for the Max and Cynthia Pettibone Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of chemical engineering support in the College of Engineering......................................... 25,000 Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for employee matching gifts......................................................... 15,280 Pfizer, Inc., New York, New York for research and other support in the Schools of Dentistry and Public Health the Cardiovascular Center, and for the Graduate Student Internship Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................... 341,847 PFK Family Foundation, Orland Park, Illinois for support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and for the Child and Family Life Fund, in memory of Clelia Grace Sanchez................................................... 10,000 Phantom Foundation, Jackson for the Alex Canj a Scholarship Fund.................................................. 14,000 Murray and Ina Pitt Charitable Trust for the Ina and Murray Pitt Patient Support Services Fund in the Comprehensive Center............ 40,000 Harold A. and Marian L. Poling Charitable Contribution Fund of the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund, Clifton Park, New York for the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School............................. 200,000 Donald E. Pollard, Rye, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................ 10,000 Herbert and Elsa Ponting Foundation, Detroit for research in the Kresge Hearing Research Institute...................................... 15,000 Felix Posen, London, England for the Judaic Studies Development Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 10,490 Prostate Cancer Foundation, Santa Monica, California for research in the Medical School................................................... 500000 Yvonne S. Quinn, New York, New York for support in the Law School and the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies............. 41,000 Rachor Family Foundation, Flint for scholarships and other support in the School of Dentistry, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and the University of Michigan-Flint........................................ 17,000 Mitchell and Shirley Raskin Family Trust for the Mitchell and Shirley Raskin Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................................................. 2,076,63 Bruce V. Rauner, Winnetka, Illinois for Camp Michigania.............................................................. 20,000 James A. Read, Riverside, Connecticut --for support of the Women's Lacrosse Program........................................... 15,000 208

Page  209 January Meeting, 2006 Paul C. Robertson, Jr., Birmingham for the Paul and Jan Robertson Endowed Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering........... 25,000 Robert J. Rock, Birmingham for the Academic Center and other support in the Department of Athletics....................... 31,600 Robert G. and Jane E. Rogers Family Fund of the Bay Area Community Foundation, Bay City for the Robert G. and Jane E. Rogers Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Medical School............ 50,000 Dennis E. Ross, Bloomfield Hills for support in the Law School........................................................ 10,000 Muriel Rumsey Foundation, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida for scholarships in the Medical School.................................................. 20,000 Rosemary Russell Trust for the Rosemary Russell Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Music................... 887,902 Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint for support in the School of Public Health and the University of Michigan-Flint.................. 196,670 Marion Ryan, Flint for the Thomas P. Ryan Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint............ 10,000 Jonathan Rye, Bloomfield Hills for the Jonathan and Lisa Rye Scleroderma Research Fund in the Medical School............... 125,000 Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico for scholarships in the College of Engineering............................................ 25,000 Katherine C. Sawyer Trust for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art...................................... 92,400 Schloss Foundation, New York, New York for the Sarpedoneum Scholarship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 30,000 Edward R. Schulak, Birmingham for the Dr. David Rosen Fund in the Medical School and for the Life Sciences Institute............. 10,000 Richard F. Scott, Ann Arbor for the James R. Hayward Professorship in the School of Dentistry.............................. 10,000 Searle Family Trust for research in the School of Natural Resources and Environment............................. 25,000 Alice Sebold, Ojai, California for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 Seidman Family Foundation, Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......................... 30,000 Seiger Family Foundation, Los Altos Hills, California for the Joseph and Randee Seiger Scholarship in the Law School............................. 10,000 Senior Citizen Guild, Ann Arbor for the New Hope Fund in the University Hospitals.......................................... 25,000 Sensicore, Inc., Ann Arbor for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 12,500 Joe Sesi, Ypsilanti for the University Musical Society..................................................... 21,832 Shane Family Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, Los Angeles, California for the Gregory Shane Fibromyalgia Fund in the Medical School............................. 13,000 Jeffrey C. Sinclair, Cleveland Heights, Ohio for support in the College of Engineering and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............. 17,500 Skillman Foundation, Detroit for research and other support in the Law School and the School of Social Work................ 447,500 Richard B. Sneed Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio for support in the Law School, in memory of Richard C. and Nancy S. Sneed.................... 10,000 Laurence L. Spitters, Palo Alto, California for support in the Law School......................................................... 10,000 Ninfa S. Springer, Whitmore Lake for the Ninfa and Robert Springer Family Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund, for the ultimate benefit of the Ninfa and Robert Springer Endowed Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies............................................................15,000 Michael B. Staebler, Detroit for support in the Law School, in memory of Kathy Ward, for the Neil Staebler Political Education Fund and other support in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and for the University Library.................................................... 11,100 Stenn Family Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art..................................... 500,000 Mary V. Stevenson Estate for the M. Virginia Stevenson Scholarships in the School of Music......................... 279,889 Dean C. Storkan, Hollister, California for the Dean C. Storkan Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Law School....................... 10,000 David and Louis Stulberg Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for research in the Medical School................................................ 10,000 209

Page  210 January Meeting, 2006 Judith Sutherland, Bloomfield Hills for the Judith Sutherland Liver Research and Training Fund in the Medical School................ 10,000 Systemic Change Fund of the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, the William C. Richardson Fellowship for Public Policy.......................................................................... 15,000 Target Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota for support at the University of Michigan............................................... 11,000 J. Thomas Distributors, Inc., Walled Lake for research in the Medical School.................................................... 15,000 Time Warner Book Group, Boston, Massachusetts for the Laurence and Barbara Kirshbaum Strategic Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................................................................... 50000 Preston R. Tisch Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund, New York, New York for the P. Robert Tisch Tennis Fund in the Department of Athletics........................... 150,000 Turow Foundation, Winnetka, Illinois for the Larry Kirshbaum Award in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................ 10,000 University of Michigan Credit Union, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society.................................................... 15,000 UPS Foundation, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for scholarships in the College of Engineering............................................ 50,000 David G. VanHooser, Ottawa Hills, Ohio for scholarships and other support in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Department of Athletics, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................. 10,900 James A. van Sweden, Washington, D. C. for the Johanna and Anthony van Sweden Scholarship Fund in the School of Natural Resources and Environment......................................................... 20000 Variety Club Charity for Children, Inc., Southfield for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Medical School....................... 11,461 Nellie M. Varner, Detroit for support in the Cardiovascular Center, the Center for the Education of Women, and for the Harold K. Jacobson Graduate Student Support Fund in the College o Literature, Science and the Arts............................................................... 21,000 Bob Vizas, Berkeley, California for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics...................... 12,000 Timothy Wadhams Trust for the Academic Center, and other support in the Department of Athletics, the Division of Kinesiology, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and for the Harold F. Falls Collegiate Professorship, KEC Building Development Fund, and other support in the Medical School............................................... 100,000 Jerry C. Wagner, Bloomfield Hills for support in the Law School and for the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Fund in the Medical School.............................................................. 10000 Susan S. Wagstaff Protected Trust for support in the School of Art and Design.............................................. 15,000 Walgreen Company, Deerfield, Illinois for the Pharmacy Construction Fund in the College of Pharmacy.............................. 25,000 Tony K. and Vivian W. Wang Trust 3,700 shares of various corporate common stock for the Wang Chu Chien-Wen Research Internship in the College of Engineering................. 77,415 James E. Wasco, Boxford, Massachusetts for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics, and the School of Music, and for the James and Helen Wasco Scholarship Fund in the Medical School.................... 16,250 Peter M. Wege, Grand Rapids for the CSS Wege Environmental Educational Program and other support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and for the School of Art and Design................... 126,000 Ronald N. Wciscr, Ann Arbor for the Ronald and Eileen Weiser Slovakia-UM Collaboration Fund in the College of Literature, 210

Page  211 January Meeting, 2006 Nancy U. Woodworth, Kalamazoo for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center......................................... 20,000 Thomas Woodworth Revocable Trust 24,300 shares of Pfizer, Inc., common stock for the Upjohn Woodworth Professorship Fund in the Medical School......................... 597,294 Elizabeth Wright Charitable Remainder Unitrust, Farmington Hills for the Elizabeth Benson Wright Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.. 10,000 Yung-Kuang Wu, Annandale, Virginia for the Yung-Kuang Wu and Nell G. M. Wu Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of scholarship support in the College of Engineering...................................... 50,000 Frederick and Katherine Yaffe Foundation, Southfield for the Yaffe Collaborative Center in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................... 79,000 Anne J. Yagle, Ann Arbor for support in the College of Engineering............................................... 10,000 Mark D. Yura, Chicago, Illinois for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School................................. 10,150 Zankel Fund, New York, New York for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Zimmer Dental, Inc., Carlsbad, California for the Hom-Lay Wang Endowed Collegiate Professorship and other support in the School of Dentistry............................................................ 75,400 Martin Zwart Trust for the Martin Zwart Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........... 15,000 Richard T. Zwirner, Lake Forest, Illinois for student support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................... 10,000 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 to $9,999 in value were received from the following donors Henry D. Alkema, Mattawan Michael Allemang Charitable Gift Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Altria, New York, New York American Express Foundation, New York, New York Gordon L. Amidon, Ann Arbor Anonymous Donor Applied Dynamics International, Ann Arbor David C. Arch, Oak Brook, Illinois Archibeque Living Trust Ronald O. Bailey, Riverside, California Bryan A. Becker and Colleen J. Burcar, Lyndhurst, New Jersey Berghorst Foundation, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware Robert Hunt Berry, Ann Arbor E. H. Billig, Birmingham BioHorizons Implant Systems, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Detroit Michael F. Boland, Wildwood, Missouri Philip A. Brandon, Plymouth Wayne J. Breece, Flushing Joseph M. Buonaiuto, Powell, Ohio Wellington R. Burt II, Ann Arbor Stephanie J. Buttrey, Ann Arbor Doris N. Caddell, Ann Arbor Calumet Abrasives Company, Inc., Hammond, Indiana David J. Campbell, Grosse Pointe Shores David T. Case, McLean, Virginia Henry L. Caulkins, Jr., Cheboygan John W. Chatas, Ann Arbor Cheryl Christophe, Stamford, Connecticut Timothy W. Collins Revocable Living Trust Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint Charles P. Cousland, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Douglas D. Crary, Marquette Josephine M. Creek, Bloomfield Timothy R. Damschroder, Wilton, Connecticut Sophia Piel Dawson Charitable Trust Thomas J. Donnelly, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dow Chemical Company Foundation, Midland M. Douglas Dunn, New Vernon, New Jersey Theodore Eckert Foundation, Niles, Illinois Fairfield Construction, Battle Creek Jeffrey D. Fenley Trust Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Walter and Josephine Ford Fund, Dearborn William and Martha Ford Fund, Dearborn Glenn A. Fosdick, Omaha, Nebraska Jerome D. Freedman, Lexington, Massachusetts Arthur R. Gaudi, Santa Barbara, California Timothy P. Gerios, Plano, Texas Robert M. Ginn, Cleveland, Ohio Raymond F. Gist, Grand Blanc Robert D. Glauz, Davis, California GlaxoSmithKline Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Paul E. Glendon, Ann Arbor Margaret E. Goebel Trust Goldman Sachs Money Markets, Inc., New York, New York Edward Goldstein, Fullerton, California Burton L. Hagler, Spring Valley, Ohio Janice L. Hall, Brooklyn, New York Beverly Lannquist Hamilton, Avon, Connecticut Sheila F. Hamp, Dearborn Harness, Dickey & Pierce, P.L.C., Troy Roger B. Harris, Chicago, Illinois Stanley G. Harris, Lincolnwood, Illinois Thomas J. Haverbush, Alma John T. Heitmann, Tucson, Arizona Peter N. Heydon, Ann Arbor 211

Page  212 January Meeting, 2006 William B. and Wendy B. Holmes, Ann Arbor Robert L. Hooker, Jupiter, Florida Robert L. and Judith S. Hooker Foundation, Grand Rapids Peter Hooper, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland Nancy Redmon Hoort, Scituate, Massachusetts Hudson-Webber Foundation, Detroit Ronald R. Humphrey, Ann Arbor Robert K. Hutton, Ontario, Canada James R. Irwin, Ann Arbor Gladys L. Jacobsen Trust Japan Business Society of Detroit, Southfield James M. Johnson, Traverse City Russell H. Johnson, Mansfield, Massachusetts Peter T. Joseph Foundation, New York, New York Jim Kamman, Laguna Hills, California Richard Katcher, Naples, Florida Elizabeth W. Kaufman, Ann Arbor James A. Kessel, Byron Center Bob and Laura Kimball Fund at the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California Deborah L. Kirshman, Berkeley, California James A. and Faith Knight Foundation, Ann Arbor Harley and Stacey Kripke Philanthropic Fund of the Toledo Jewish Community Fund, Sylvania, Ohio Douglas J. Krizanic, Birmingham Kroll Zolfo Cooper, LLC, Roseland, New Jersey Linda L. Kumin, Anchorage, Alaska Lansing Imports, Okemos Anne T. Larin, Huntington Woods Sander Lehrer, Oceanside, New York Joanne R. Leoni Trust Thomas C. Liebman, Lake Barrington, Illinois Robert A. Lipper, Pennington, New Jersey LLJ/DPJ Family Partners, LTD, Keego Harbor Annette M. Lockwood, Fairfax Station, Virginia Diana M. Lopo, New York, New York Bob and Jan Lyons Family Foundation, Dexter Robert C. Macek, Ann Arbor Kathleen M. Magagna, Ann Arbor William A. Mamrack, Atlanta, Georgia Timothy M. and M. Elizabeth Manganello Fund of the Ayco Charitable Foundation, Clifton Park, New York Oliver Dewey Marcks Foundation, Detroit Gerald E. Matthews, Ada Stafford Matthews, Belvedere Tiburon, California Priscilla J. McEachran Trust Mika, Meyers, Beckett & Jones, Grand Rapids Norman F. Miller Gynecologic Society, Ann Arbor Arnold M. Nemirow, Greenville, South Carolina Charles F. Niemeth, New York, New York Henry E. Niles Foundation, Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut North American Lighting, Inc., Farmington Hills David G. Nussmann, Houston, Texas Otterbourg, Steindler, Houston & Rosen, PC, New York, New York Paragon Reproductions, Inc., Swartz Creek Donald R. and Ann V. Parfet Family Foundation, Kalamazoo Garo A. Partoyan, Osprey, Florida Timothy J. Patton, Saline Walter A. Payne, Plymouth Edwin P. Peterson, Ann Arbor E. Miles Prentice III, New York, New York Martin C. Recchuite, Calabasas,California Kathryn A. Renken Trust William B. Richards, New Albany, Ohio Jessie Ridley Foundation, Inc., New York, New York Riverview Firefighter Association, Riverview Frank E. Robbins Memorial Trust Georgia S. Rowe, Sun City, Arizona Richard C. Sanders, Grosse Pointe Farms Laurence P. Saul, Wassenaar, Netherlands Schostak Family Support Foundation of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills Robert G. Segel Charitable Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts Stephen B. Selbst, New York, New York Clyde P. Selig, San Antonio, Texas S. I. Company, LLC, Ann Arbor Clifford A. Siegel, London, England Richard H. Simon, Ann Arbor Frances U. Sidmonds, Ann Arbor David Sirota, New York, New York Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, New York, New York Nicole I. Smethells, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Jeffrey H. Smith, Reston, Virginia Richard D. Snyder, Ann Arbor Richard Snyder, South Bend, Indiana Stanley M. Sorscher, Seattle, Washington Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids James C. Stanley, Ann Arbor Edward Surovell Realtors, Ann Arbor William P. Sutter, Village of Golf, Florida Am H. Tellem, Los Angeles, California Tensar Corporation, Morrow, Georgia Robert P. Thome Revocable Trust John R. Tobin III, Waccabuc, New York Ruth L. Townsend, Birmingham Isabelle M. Tripp Estate Union Pacific Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska Elizabeth J. Varblow, Dexter Steven P. Varilone, Milford Gregg F. Vignos, San Francisco, California George A. Wade, Boise, Idaho Kathleen B. and Charles R. Walgreen, Deerfield, Illinois Julian H-C Wan, Ann Arbor Margaret Waterman Alumnae Group, Ann Arbor Gerald A. Weber, Chicago, Illinois Keith C. Wetmore, San Francisco, California Whirlpool Foundation, Benton Harbor Richard P. Whitker Charitable Remainder Unitrust, Ann Arbor W. Scott Wilkinson, Birmingham Elizabeth Ruthruff Wilson Foundation, Tecumseh Stanley and Margaret Winkelman Support Foundation of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills World Heritage Foundation, Trenton James P. and Gail W. Young Family Fund at the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California John D. Ziegelman, Chicago, Illinois 212

Page  213 January Meeting, 2006 The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Virginia Bartlett, Hingham, Massachusetts a large collection of manuscript recipe and household account books and other related materials for the Clements Library Cardinal Health, San Diego, California four Alaris SE single channel pumps and two Alaris SE dual channel pumps for the University Hospitals Duane N. Diedrich, Muncie, Indiana two historical manuscript collections for the Clements Library Meryle Evans, New York, New York a collection of menus from 1940 to the present offering information of the evolution and development of culinary arts for the Clements Library Linda C. Franklin, Baltimore, Maryland a large collection of printed materials of historical culinary and household arts for the Clements Library Joan Knoertzer, Ann Arbor a large collection of printed materials of Helen Bannerman's children's literature, historical manuscripts, miniature cook books, and a stamp collection for the Clements Library Janice B. Longone, Ann Arbor a large collection of culinary and household arts research materials for the Clements Library Leonard G. Miller, Orchard Lake lakefront property located in Tennessee for the Medical School Jeremiah Tower, Merida, Mexico a collection of records and menus of various noted restaurants, reflecting the founding, growth and development of culinary art for the Clements Library Clarence Wolf III, Radnor, Pennsylvania a collection of eleven original works of art for the Clements Library Provost Appointment. President Coleman highlighted the background and career of Teresa Sullivan, who is being recommended for appointment as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. She also commented on the appointment of Dr. Sullivan's husband, Douglas Laycock, as professor of law, noting that he is a leading scholar on the freedom of religion clause of the First Amendment. Regent Taylor commended President Coleman and the Provost Search Advisory Committee for having reached such an outstanding conclusion to its search, noting that the Regents are very pleased with the outcome. Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. President Coleman noted that Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Slottow is being recommended for reappointment, and she praised his performance since assuming this position. Other appointments. President Coleman also noted that Interim Provost Gramlich is being recommended for appointment as special advisor to the president from June 1 through August 31, 2006. Interim Provost Gramlich commented on the appointment of Douglas Laycock as professor of law, pointing out that he is a noted scholar in the areas of remedies and the field of religious liberty, and that this is a significant appointment for the Law School. Personnel Actions and Personnel Reports. Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and personnel reports. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective September 1, 2006 Laycock, Douglas, J.D., Professor of Law, Law School 213

Page  214 January Meeting, 2006 NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective on the dates indicated DeVries, Raymond G., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medical Education and Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, January 20, 2006-January 19, 2007 Hesseltine, Douglas, B.A., Associate Professor of Art and Design, School of Art and Design, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2010 REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Varde, Keshav S., Associate Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science, UM-Dearbom, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2008 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Clej, Alina M., Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature, with tenure, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, appointed Associate Professor of French, with tenure, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Forrest, Stephen, Vice President for Research, Office of the President, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with tenure, College of Engineering, and Professor of Physics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, also appointed Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 Jackson, William Shaun, Associate Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, title changed to Associate Professor of Art and Design, with tenure, and also appointed Associate Professor of Architecture, without tenure, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, January 1, 2006 Polverini, Peter J., Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, and Dean, School of Dentistry, also appointed Professor of Pathology, without tenure, Medical School, January 1, 2006 Prins, Johanna H., Associate Professor of English Language and Comparative Literature, with tenure, title changed Associate Professor of English Language, with tenure, and also appointed Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006 Shayman, James A., Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, also appointed Associate Vice President for Research - Health Sciences, Office of the Vice President for Research, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 LEAVES OF ABSENCE FOR REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Levine, Daniel H., James Orin Murfin Professor of Political Science and Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extension of a one-year leave, current leave, January 1-December 31, 2005, requested extension, January 1-May 2006 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective on January 1, 2006 Naming of an Existing Collegiate Professorship Andrei R. Skovoroda Collegiate Professorship in the Life Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts William Gould Dow Collegiate Professorship in Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Establishment of an Endowed Professorship H. Marvin Pollard Professorship in Internal Medicine, Medical School 214

Page  215 January Meeting, 2006 Establishment of a Collegiate Professorship Richard E. Czamecki Collegiate Professorship, UM-Dearbom School of Management OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Appointments to Endowed Professorships Andriessen, Louis Joseph, Netherlands Visiting Professor, School of Music, February 1, 2005-February 28, 2006 Bush, Andrew, Louis and Helen Padnos Visiting Professor of Judaic Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1-December 31, 2006 Davis, Gerald F., Wilbur K. Pierpont Collegiate Professor of Management, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2010 Lee, James Z., Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor and Professor of Chinese History, with tenure, and Professor of Sociology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2010 Zimmerman, Martin, Ford Motor Company Clinical Professor of Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2011 Other Transactions Gramlich, Edward M., Special Advisor to the President, Office of the President, June 1-July 31, 2006 Halperin, David M., Reappointed W.H. Auden Collegiate Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2010 Sarosi, MaryAnn, Assistant Dean of Public Service, Law School, February 1, 2006-August 31, 2008 Slottow, Timothy P., Reappointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, January 1, 2006 Sullivan, Teresa A., Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Professor of Sociology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, June 1, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Adams, Paul S., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Industrial Operations Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1-February 28, 2006 Adlerstein-Gonzalez, Sara, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Berofsky, Kathryn L., M.M., Intermittent Lecturer in Music, School of Music, September 1-December 31, 2005 Branch, John D., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, January 1-February 28, 2006 Burks, John L., M.A., Lecturer I in Humanities, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, January 1-April 30, 2006 Cainkar, Louise A., Ph.D., Lecturer I in American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Cullari, Francine L., J.D., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Flint School of Management, January 1-April 30, 2006 Gibb, Megan L., M.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, January 1-April 30, 2006 Kaufman, David L., B.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Industrial Operations, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Leon, Daniel W., B.A., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 McGowan, Charles W., Lecturer I in Music, School of Music, September 1-December 31, 2005 Molnar, Nicolette A., Lecturer I in Music, School of Music, January 1-April 30, 2006 Morgan, Andrew M., M.S., Intermittent Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Nye, Richard, M.A., Intermittent Lecturer in Education, School of Education, January 1-April 30, 2006 Rudenjak, Tanya, B.F.A., Lecturer I in Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Simon, Anthony L., J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School, January 1-April 30, 2006 Stouder, Michael, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Flint School of Management, December 1, 2005-February 28, 2006 215

Page  216 January Meeting, 2006 Watts, Nicholas J., B.A., Lecturer I in Art and Design, School of Art and Design, January 1-April 30, 2006 Worley, Daniel T., D.M.A., Lecturer in Music Composition, School of Music, September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Crawford, William J. I., Lecturer II in Natural Sciences, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, personal leave, September 1-December 31, 2005 TERMINATIONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURER'S EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Baker, Shaun D., Lecturer II in Philosophy, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters,, December 31, 2005 Klungle, Roger G., Lecturer II in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, UM-Dearbom College of Engineering and Computer Science, December 31, 2005 McCloud, Patricia C., Lecturer III in Nursing, School of Nursing, December 31, 2005 Retired Law, Dorothea, Lecturer IV in English, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, December 31, 2005 Term Completed Cross, Elizabeth R., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Hancock, Suzanne M., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Murphy, Stacey J., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, December 31, 2005 Schteingart, Martha R., Lecturer I in Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Chugh, Rashmi, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, January 15, 2006-January 14, 2007 Haugen, Steven, M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2006 Hill, Heather C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education, School of Education, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Holland, Christine L., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 3, 2005-November 2, 2007 Jasty, Rama, M.B.Bs., Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, December 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Kulper, Amy C., M. Phil., Assistant Professor of Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Nesvizhskii, Alexey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, Medical School, November 15, 2005-November 14, 2008 Nnodim, Joseph, Ph.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 28, 2005-November 29, 2006 Piraka, Cyrus R., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2006 Sallach, John A., B.Sc., Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, November 14, 2005-November 13, 2008 Uhlmann, Wendy R., M.S., Clinical Instructor in Human Genetics, Medical School, January 1, 1998-June 30, 2006 216

Page  217 January Meeting, 2006 Wehbe-Alamah, Hiba B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 Wells, Trisha D., Pharm.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, November 14, 2005-November 13, 2007 Wessells, Robert J., Ph.D., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, December 1, 2005-November 30, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Ebrahim, Farhad, from Clinical Lecturer in Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, January 1-June 30, 2006 Haider, Naeem, from Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical School, November 1, 2005-October 31, 2006 Mickey, Robert W., from Instructor in Political Science to Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Akcasu, Ziyaeddin A., Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering and Macromolecular Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Barclay, Mel L., Associate Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School, February 1, 2006-January 31, 2007 Coon, Minor J., Victor V. Vaughan Distinguished University Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, February 1, 2006-January 31, 2007 Fortner, Richard W., Professor Emeritus of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, January 1-April 30, 2006 Menlo, Allen, Professor Emeritus of Education, School of Education, January 1-April 30, 2006 Pollock, Stephen M., Herrick Professor Emeritus of Manufacturing and Professor Emeritus of Industrial Operations Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Schaal, Thomas C., Associate Professor Emeritus of Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, January 1-April 30, 2006 Sedman, Aileen, Professor Emerita of Pediatric Nephrology and Professor Emerita of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, January 1, 2005-December 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bornstein, George J., C.A. Patrides Collegiate Professor of English and Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Bregman, Joel N., Professor of Astronomy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Brown, Catherine, Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Brown, Miranda D., Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Cultures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Cain, Albert C., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Canning, Kathleen M., Professor of History, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Chambers, Evan K., Associate Professor of Music Composition, with tenure, School of Music, sabbatical leave, September 1-May 31, 2005 Chupp, Timothy E., Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 217

Page  218 January Meeting, 2006 Cook, James W., Jr., Associate Professor of American Studies, with tenure, and Associate Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Curley, Edwin M., James B. and Grace J. Nelson Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Faller, Lincoln B., Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Gilbert, Derrick I. M., Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, and Assistant Professor of Residential College, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Gone, Joseph P., Assistant Professor of Psychology and Assistant Professor of American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Halperin, David M., W. H. Auden Collegiate Professor of English Language and Literature, Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, and Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Hell, Julia C., Associate Professor of German, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Herrero-Olaizola, Alejandro, Associate Professor of Spanish, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Kurdak, Cagliyan, Associate Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Levine, Daniel H., James Orin Murfin Professor of Political Science and Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 MacDonald, Michael P., Richard Hudson Professor of History and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 MacLatchy, Laura M., Associate Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Makin, Michael, Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Michalowski, Piotr A., George G. Cameron Professor of Ancient Near Eastern Civilization and Languages and Professor of Near Eastern Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Murphey, Yi Lu, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Engineering and Computer Science, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Noll, Douglas C., Professor of Biomedical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, and Associate Professor of Radiology, without tenure, Medical School, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Oleinick, Arthur, Associate Professor of Public Health Law, with tenure, School of Public Health, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Owen-Smith, Jason D., Assistant Professor of Sociology and Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Parrish, Susan S., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Pedraza, Silvia, Associate Professor of Sociology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Pinch, Adela N., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Pollack, Eileen K., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Portnoy, Alisse S., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Qiu, Yin-Long, Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Herbarium, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Rea, David K., Professor of Geological Sciences, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 Reis, David A., Assistant Professor of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Reuter-Lorenz, Patricia A., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Ronen, Omry, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 218

Page  219 January Meeting, 2006 Schiefelbein, John W., Jr., Professor of Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Schultheiss, Oliver C., Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Smith, Andrea L., Assistant Professor of Native American Studies and Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Studlar, Gaylyn, Rudolf Amheim Collegiate Professor of Film Studies, Professor of Screen Arts and Cultures, with tenure, Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, Professor of Women's Studies, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Music, without tenure, School of Music, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Thomason, Sarah G., William J. Gedney Collegiate Professor of Linguistics and Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Thomason, Richmond H., Professor of Philosophy, with tenure, and Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave January 1-May 31, 2006 Thun, Rudolf P., Professor of Physics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Toon, Thomas E., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Was, Gary S., Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, with tenure, and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, sabbatical leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Weber, Walter J., Jr., Gordon Maskew Fair and Earnest Boyce Distinguished University Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, without tenure, and Professor of Chemical Engineering, with tenure, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Whatley, Warren C., Professor of Economics and Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extended sick leave, December 8, 2004-December 31, 2005 Wolpoff, Milford H., Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Wynne, Michael J., Professor of Botany, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2007 Zhang, Jun, Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Lopez, Donald S., Jr., Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies and Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, medical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005, previously reported as duty off campus leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Takahara, Takeshi, Arthur F. Thumau Professor and Professor of Art, with tenure, School of Art and Design, retirement furlough, January 1-December 31, 2006, previously reported as January 1-May 2006 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Resigned Ceny, Joseph C., Clinical Professor of Urology, Medical School, October 31, 2005 Yaghi, Omar M., Robert W. Parry Collegiate Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, Medical School, December 31, 2005 Retired Leith, Emmett N., Schlumberger Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with tenure, College of Engineering, December 31, 2005 Term Completed Fliegel, Jonathan E., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, December 7, 2006 219

Page  220 January Meeting, 2006 Worley, Daniel T., Clinical Lecturer in Music Composition, School of Music, April 30, 2005 Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 3 retiring faculty members. Howard Shevrin, Ph.D., professor of psychology in the Medical School and in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Professor Shevrin received his B.S. degree from the City College of New York in 1948 and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Cornell University in 1951 and 1954, respectively. He received postdoctoral training at the Menninger Foundation and completed psychoanalytic training at the Topeka Institute for Psychoanalysis. He joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1973 as a professor and chief clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry in the Medical School, and received a joint appointment as professor of psychology in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts in 1975. For more than 50 years, Professor Shevrin has pushed the boundaries between neuroscience and psychoanalysis, finding evidence that psychoanalytic concepts could be documented through physical measures of brain activity. In 1968, he published the first report of brain responses to unconscious visual stimuli, thus providing strong, objective evidence for the existence of the unconscious at a time when most scientists were skeptical. He also showed that--consistent with Freud's views--unconscious perceptions are processed differently from conscious perceptions. Recently, Professor Shevrin's research has suggested a link between repressive personality traits and a longer-than-average delay between the application of a stimulus and the conscious awareness of that stimulus. He and colleagues have also found brain markers for the role of unconscious emotional conflict in producing social phobias. These and other studies have helped form the foundation for the new field of neuropsychoanalysis. Professor Shevrin is the author of over 150 publications, including an award-winning psychoanalytic novel in verse form, The Dream Interpreters. In 2003, he received the prestigious Mary S. Sigourney Award in recognition of his outstanding achievements in psychoanalytic research. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member for his dedicated service by naming Howard Shevrin professor emeritus of psychology. Kathryn W. Tosney, Ph.D., professor of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, retired from active faculty status on December 31, 2005, after a distinguished career as a teacher and researcher. Professor Tosney received her B.S. degree from the University of Oregon in 1975 and her Ph.D. degree from Stanford University in 1980. After completing her postdoctoral studies, she joined the University of Michigan faculty as an assistant professor in 1984 and was promoted to associate professor in 1989 and professor in 1995. Professor Tosney is an internationally recognized leader in developmental neurobiology. Her research has focused on studying the cellular mechanisms that allow the axons of motor neurons to find their way out of the spinal cord and then connect to the proper set of target muscle cells in the developing limb. Her experiments are notable for their elegant approach and clear results, with some requiring her to conduct delicate microsurgery on developing chick embryos, and others calling for innovative cell 220

Page  221 January Meeting, 2006 culture approaches. A superb teacher, Professor Tosney developed novel approaches to help students grasp difficult concepts in developmental biology. For example, she created an origami model of the embryo to illustrate the complex cell movements that occur during the critically important process of gastrulation. During lectures, she also made extensive use of images of developing embryos in whole mount and conventional histological sections that she collected from her research. Professor Tosney was associate department chair from 1991-95 and served on the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Executive Committee and the LS&A and Rackham divisional boards. She was a member of many federal grant review panels, served on the editorial boards of two journals, and was a board member and treasurer of the Society for Developmental Biology. The Regents now salute this distinguished scholar for her dedicated service by naming Kathryn W. Tosney professor emerita of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. Sue A. Woestehoff, Ph.D., professor of education in the School of Education and Human Services at the University of Michigan-Flint, retired from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Professor Woestehoff received her B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota in 1964, 1965, and 1969, respectively. She joined the University of Michigan-Flint faculty as a lecturer in 1969 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1971, associate professor in 1975, and professor in 1982. Professor Woestehoff's research and publications focused on children's literature and language arts. Within the school, she served three terms as chair of the Department of Education (1976-78, 1986-89, and 1999-2001), played a major role in the development of the graduate program, and coordinated the state periodic review process. She chaired the College of Arts and Sciences Dean Search Committee and the School of Education and Human Services Academic Affairs Advisory Committee, served several terms on the College of Arts and Sciences Executive Committee, and was a founding member of the executive committee of the School of Education and Human Services. She also served on the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. Within the broader professional community, Professor Woestehoff held a number of positions in the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), including president of the Children's Literature Assembly, chair of the Committee on Storytelling, and member of both the board of directors and the literature commission. She also co-edited a book on storytelling published by NCTE. Professor Woestehoff's honors include the Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Michigan-Flint and the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Michigan Association of Governing Boards. The Regents now salute this dedicated faculty member by naming Sue A. Woestehoff professor emerita of education. Memorials. Vice President Churchill submitted memorial statements for three faculty members whose deaths had been reported previously. She also reported the death of David Fleischer, associate professor of pharmacological sciences, who had died on January 7th at age 61. A memorial statement for Professor Fleischer will be included with the February agenda. 221

Page  222 January Meeting, 2006 The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of Thomas Carli, M.D., clinical associate professor of psychiatry and assistant dean for clinical affairs in the Medical School. Dr. Carli died on December 9, 2005, at the age of 59. Driven to improve the care of patients with chronic illnesses and to integrate care for mental illnesses with that for physical illness, Dr. Carli devoted his career to transforming the delivery of health care. He worked tirelessly to initiate and sustain efforts that served patients within the University Health System, Washtenaw County, and the State of Michigan. Dr. Carli received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Wayne State University in 1968 and his M.D. degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1972. After completing his internship, he spent a year of psychiatry residency at the University of British Columbia before returning to the University of Michigan, where he rose to chief resident. From 1977-81, he worked in emergency and outpatient psychiatry and then entered private practice. In 1985 he was recruited to the faculty, where he served as an instructor and director of several outpatient psychiatry programs. He was promoted to clinical assistant professor in 1990 and clinical associate professor in 1997. From 1995-2001, Dr. Carli served as director of one of the nation's first academic managed behavioral health care organizations, the Michigan Center for Diagnosis and Referral. In 1998, he became the founding medical director of the Washtenaw Community Health Organization, an innovative joint program of the University Health System and Washtenaw County that provides for the medical and mental health needs of the county's mentally ill and underinsured residents. Recently, he was made medical director of the Washtenaw Health Plan, which serves the county's uninsured residents. Dr. Carli was a past president of the Michigan Psychiatric Society and in 2003 he was appointed by Governor Granholm to the Michigan Mental Health Commission. Dr. Carli was founding medical director of the UMHS Medical Management Center, which re-shaped the way patients with chronic illnesses are cared for, and he co-developed and served as founding medical director for Partnership Health, a joint program with Ford Motor Company focused on chronic illnesses. He also was medical director for behavioral health at M-CARE and director of workplace and university programs for the U-M Depression Center. As we mourn this untimely loss, our condolences go to his wife, Laura Nitzberg; his daughter, Anna; his sons, Tatha and Nikos; and his daughter-in-law, Kimberly (Stec) Carli. The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of Emmett Leith, Schlumberger Professor of Engineering and professor of electrical engineering and computer science. Professor Leith, a revered College of Engineering faculty member for 52 years and one of the early innovators of holography in the 1960s, died on December 23, 2005, at the age of 78. Professor Leith received B.S. and M.S. degrees in physics and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, all from Wayne State University. He also received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from University of Aberdeen. His research touched areas such as synthetic aperture radar, optical processing, and holography. At the Optical Society's 1964 spring conference, Professor Leith and other College of Engineering researchers displayed a revolutionary laser-transmission 222

Page  223 January Meeting, 2006 hologram that proved to be a dramatic first step in developments that made life easier, safer, and more efficient. Double-exposed holograms, for example, provided data that improved the design of containers for the transport and storage of nuclear materials. Aircraft engineers used holography to visualize shockwaves and pinpoint the areas of greatest stress on wings and turbine blades. Forensic scientists have used holograms to uncover mysteries in the body. Optical computers use holography to store data. And today's everyday credit cards use holograms to record and store information. Through the development of holography, Professor Leith changed the world. Professor Leith authored or coauthored about 200 papers. He is listed in various publications, including Who 's Who in America. He is a fellow of IEEE, the Optical Society of America, and the SPIE, and he is an honorary member of the Engineering Society of Detroit. He received numerous awards, including the Liebmann Award of IEEE, the Herbert Ives Medal of OSA, the Gold Medal of SPIE, the Progress Medal of the Royal Photographic Society of Britain, and the National Medal of Science. He was a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Professor Leith is survived by June, his wife of 49 years, their two daughters, Pam Wilder of San Jose, California, and Kim Leith of Baltimore, Maryland, and three grandchildren. The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of John R. Omnaas, assistant research scientist in the medicinal chemistry program in the College of Pharmacy. Dr. Omnaas died at the age of 59 on November 19, 2005. Dr. Omnaas earned his B.S. degree in chemistry with distinction from the University of Minnesota in 1968 and his Ph.D. degree in biochemistry from The University of Texas at Austin in 1977. He was a research associate at the University of Miami School of Medicine until 1980, when he became a postdoctoral investigator at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He came to the University of Michigan School of Medicine in 1982 to continue his postdoctoral research and was appointed senior research fellow in the College of Pharmacy in 1984. He became a research investigator in the College of Pharmacy in 1991 and was promoted to assistant research scientist in 2002. In addition to being an excellent scientist, Dr. Omnaas was an extraordinarily gifted and patient mentor to the numerous undergraduate and graduate students who trained in his lab. His passing leaves a deep void among his many friends and colleagues. Among Dr. Omnaas' s other interests was a passion for trains. He was a long-time volunteer of the Steam Railroading Institute of Owosso, Michigan, where he spent many happy hours maintaining and repairing the Pere Marquette Railway No. 1225 steam locomotive. 223

Page  224 January Meeting, 2006 provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, and professor of sociology, with tenure. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the reappointment of Timothy P. Slottow as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. Alternative Asset Commitment (JBG Investment Fund V) Executive Vice President Slottow requested that this item be removed from consideration. Alternative Asset Commitments (GSR Ventures, L.P., HealthCap V, L.P.) Equity Investment (Convexity Capital Offshore, L.P.) On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the following investments: commitment of $5.0 million from the Long Term Portfolio to GSR Ventures, L.P.; commitment of up to ~15 million from the Long Term Portfolio to HealthCap V, L.P.; and initial funding of $150 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Convexity Capital Offshore, L.P. South State Commons II, LLC, Data Center Leasehold Improvements On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the South State Commons II, LLC, Data Center Leasehold Improvements Project as described in the Regents Communication. College of Pharmacy Building Third Floor Laboratory Renovations On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent McGowan, the Regents unanimously approved the College of Pharmacy Building Third Floor Laboratory Renovations Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes seven conflict of interest items, each of which requires six votes for approval. Regent Richner requested recusal from the request for an option agreement between the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. Therefore, this item was considered separately from the six other conflict items. On a motion by Regent McGowan, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the following six items: Renewal of Lease Agreement with 1250 N. Main LLC The Regents approved a lease renewal agreement with 1250 N. Main LLC for 14,000 square feet of property located at 1250 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Because Peter A. Alien, part owner of 1250 N. Main LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest 224

Page  225 January Meeting, 2006 Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and 1250 N. Main LLC. 2. The service to be provided is the continued lease of 14,000 square feet in a building at 1250 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, for one year. The lease will run from July 16, 2006 through July 15, 2007, at a monthly rate of $16,891.00. Tenant will continue to be responsible for gas and electric usage plus janitorial service and will continue to be responsible for all operating expenses of the building. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. Allen, a University of Michigan employee, is part owner of 1250 N. Main LLC. 4th Amendment to License Agreement between the University of Michigan and Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Regents approved an amendment to a license agreement with Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., to add the following technology files to its existing license: "Methods for Treating and Diagnosing Head and Neck Cancer" (UM OTT File No. 3211), "Methods for Treating and Diagnosing Cancer: Array Analysis of Colon and Head and Neck Cancer Steam Cells" (UM OTT File No. 3221), "Methods for Treating and Diagnosing Cancer" (UM OTT File No 3222), and "Methods for Identifying Mouse Breast Cancer Stem Cells" (UM OTT File No. 3223). Because Drs. Max Wicha and Sean Morrison, part owners of Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 2. The amendment terms include giving Oncomed an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Oncomed will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. Additional review by the Medical School Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Wicha and Morrison, University of Michigan employees, are part owners of Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Neither Dr. Wicha nor Dr. Morrison is an inventor on any of the added technology files. 5th Amendment to License Agreement between the University of Michigan and Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Regents approved an amendment to a license agreement with Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., to add the following technology files to its existing license: "Self-renewal of Human Mammary Stem Cells" (UM OTT File No. 3231) and "Targeting the Notch Signaling Pathway in Breast Cancer Stem Cells" (UM OTT File No. 3232). Because Drs. Max Wicha and Sean Morrison, part owners of Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 225

Page  226 January Meeting, 2006 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 2. The amendment terms include giving Oncomed an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Oncomed will pay a royalty on sales and reimburse patent costs. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. Additional review by the Medical School Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Wicha and Morrison, University of Michigan employees, are part owners of Oncomed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Dr. Morrison is not an inventor on any of the added technology files. License Agreement with Compendia, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with Compendia, Inc., for the following technologies: "Cancer Microarray Compendium and Data-Mining Platform (ONCOMINE)" (UM OTT File No. 2658), "HiMAP (Human Interactome Map) Database and Web Application" (UM OTT File No. 3266), and "MCM (Molecular Concept Map) Database and Web Application" (UM OTT File No. 3272). Because Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan and Mr. Daniel Rhodes, part owners of Compendia, Inc., are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Compendia, Inc. 2. The amendment terms include giving Compendia an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Compendia will pay a royalty on sales. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. Additional review by the Medical School Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Chinnaiyan and Mr. Rhodes, University of Michigan employees, are part owners of Compendia, Inc. They have waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Amendment to License Agreement between the University of Michigan and Attenuon, LLC The Regents approved an amendment to a license agreement with Attenuon, LLC, for the technology titled "Method and Composition for Inducing Apoptosis in Cancer Cells" (UM OTT File No. 2739). Because Drs. George Brewer, Sofia Merajver, and Dimitri Coucouvanis, and Mr. Robert Dick have an ownership interest in Attenuon, LLC, and are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Attenuon, LLC. 226

Page  227 January Meeting, 2006 2. The current license agreement gives Attenuon an exclusive license to the technologies. The company reimburses patent costs and pays a royalty on sales. The University will retain ownership of the optioned technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Brewer, Merajver, and Coucouvanis and Mr. Dick, University of Michigan employees, have an ownership interest in Attenuon, LLC. License Agreement with GoKnow, Inc. The Regents approved a license agreement with GoKnow, Inc., for the technology titled "GoObserve" (UM File No. 3317). Because Dr. Elliot Soloway, partial owner of GoKnow, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and GoKnow, Inc. 2. The license terms include granting GoKnow an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. GoKnow will pay a one-time license fee. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Soloway, a University of Michigan employee, is part owner of GoKnow, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Amendment to Option Agreement with Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved an amendment to an option agreement with Innovative Biotherapies, Inc., for the technology titled "Implantable Bioartificial Hemofilter" (UM OTT File No. 3245). Regent Richner recused himself from consideration of this item due to a conflict of interest. Because Dr. H. David Humes, part owner of Innovative Biotherapies, Inc., is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. 2. The current option agreement gives Innovative Biotherapies an exclusive option to the technologies. The company reimburses patent costs and continues evaluation of the technologies. The University will retain ownership of the optioned technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract may be amended by consent of the parties. Additional review by the Medical School Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 227

Page  228 January Meeting, 2006 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Dr. Humes, a University of Michigan employee, is part owner of Innovative Biotherapies, Inc. He has waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Revision of Regents' Bylaw Section 11.53: The School of Social Work: The Executive Committee On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents approved a change in the makeup of the School of Social Work Executive Committee so as to include one un-tenured faculty member of the professorial staff. The text of the revised bylaw follows (additions are underlined; deletions are crossed out). Bylaw Sec. 11.53. The School of Social Work: The Executive Committee The executive committee will consist of the dean and six members of the governing faculty five tenured and one un-tenured member of the professorial staff, to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president. The appointed tenured members will hold office for three years, and the appointed un-tenured member will hold office for two years. tThe terms will be adjusted so that no more than two tenured appointments will expire each year. The appointed members will not be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year. The dean will chair the committee. The business meeting concluded at 10:25 a.m. It was followed by a 30-minute break. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 10:55 a.m. The Regents heard comments from the following individuals, on the topics indicated: Aparna Bole, student, and Tracey Easthope, citizen and environmental health director of the Ecology Center, on environmentally responsible design and construction of the new C.S. Mott Children's Hospital; Jim Mogensen, citizen, on "the edifice complex"; David Boyle, alumnus, on MLK and a UM pledge not to invest in Sudan; Alice Ralph, alumna and Washtenaw County Historic District commissioner, on the Gordon Hall Historic District; Jonathan Mycek, student, on certification of public safety officers at UM-Dearborn; Marcia Federbush, citizen, on ceasing the University's business relationship with Coca-Cola and divesting from companies assisting Israel's military; and Alex Oster, student and member of students for PIRGIM, on student financial aid cuts. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:40 a.m. The next meeting is scheduled for February 17, 2006. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 228

Page  229 FEBRUARY MEETING, 2006 The University of Michigan Ann Arbor February 17, 2006 The Regents convened at 9:25 a.m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President and Secretary Churchill, Vice President Forrest, Interim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Kelch, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, and Vice President Wilbanks. Regent McGowan was absent. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order. She noted that during the past month she had addressed a meeting of the scholarly division of the American Association of Publishers in support of the University's participation in the "Google Book Search" project, and had attended a celebration of the opening of the Biomedical Sciences Research Building. She commented that Governor Granholm had included a 2% increase for higher education in her 2007 budget proposal, and called attention to the fact that Professor William Bolcolm's masterpiece, "Songs of Innocence and Experience," recorded at Hill Auditorium, had received four Grammy Awards. President Coleman also noted that the Children's and Women's Hospital replacement project, to be discussed later in the meeting, is assumed to be the largest single construction project in the state. Presentation: "The Leaders and Best: What Makes Our School of Education Different?" President Coleman introduced Dean Deborah Loewenberg Ball, dean of the School of Education. Dean Ball noted that inadequate education is a major issue facing the world in the 21st century, and that the University of Michigan is in a position to take the lead in offering solutions to this problem. She commented that almost half of the school's students are involved in teacher certification programs at the undergraduate and master's degree levels. The remainder of the school's students are in non-teacher-certification programs, including masters programs in higher education and Ph.D. Programs. Dean Ball said that School of Education faculty are of the highest quality, as indicated by the school's overall ranking in 2005 of 9th nationally and first in the higher education program, and that research performed at the school is among the most widely cited and used research for policy-making and improvements in practice. She emphasized that the research being pursued by School of Education faculty focuses on core problems of education and studies, and develops solutions for those problems by examining the causes, designing and studying interventions, articulating policies, and contributing to the improvement of professional education. 229

Page  230 February Meeting, 2006 Dean Ball commented that the school trains a number of different education professionals and described its efforts at educating teachers, including graduate student instructors, in addition to K-12 teachers. She pointed out that the best way to improve the performance of the nation's teachers is to build a reliable system of teacher education and described the key elements necessary for this. She noted that the close relationship between School of Education faculty and faculty in the other schools and colleges helps to explain why the University of Michigan is positioned to take a leading role in this. Dean Ball described some of the School of Education initiatives that are under development or under consideration to meet some of the challenges she described. She concluded by describing the school's priorities and challenges going forward and expressed confidence that the school is positioned to be able to make significant advances in the field. Regent White complimented Dean Ball on her presentation. Regent Newman commented that everyone on the board deeply cares about education and urged Dean Ball to let the Regents know if there is anything they can do to be supportive and helpful. In response to a question from Regent Deitch about the reasons for the poor performance of American students in math and science achievement measures, she gave a number of reasons and said that the University is in a good position to make contributions toward improving this situation. Annual Report on Research Vice President Forrest stated that the mission of the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) is to anticipate new research trends, to engage the diverse communities in the research enterprise, to expedite the diffusion of new knowledge into the classroom and the community, and to promote integrity in research and ensure compliance with government regulations. He noted that research expenditures at the University of Michigan have about doubled in the last 10 years to a total of about $800 million in 2006, although the growth rate has flattened somewhat over the past few years. He noted that approximately 75% of research expenditures derive from the federal government, about 14% from the University, and about 4.5% from industry. He described research expenditures by unit, noting that the Medical School (42%), College of Engineering (18%), College of LS&A (9%), and the Institute for Social Research (9%) make up the bulk of the research expenditures. He reported that more than 2,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduate students are involved in research. Vice President Forrest observed that the OVPR attempts to catalyze research ideas from disparate groups to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts, and said that the Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences is an example of this. He announced a new OVPR initiative on energy science, technology, and its impacts, with the goal of the University becoming one of the world's leading universities in energy research. He explained the importance of industry research and technology transfer to the University and the state, noting that while the University ranks 8th in annual licensing revenue and in annual licensing revenue, industry research funding as a percentage of total research funding (4.5%) is very low, ranking only 96th nationally. Thus, he pointed out that industry research and partnerships provide the 230

Page  231 February Meeting, 2006 largest opportunity for continued growth in research volume and listed some of the University's strategies for doing so. Vice President Forrest concluded by recognizing the highly competitive, global nature of research, and described the vision of the OVPR as working to anticipate and meet future opportunities and challenges. He then responded to questions regarding how the University shares in the profits generated when it collaborates with industry, explaining that this is done in a variety of ways, including taking an equity position in a company and receiving royalties. The exact agreement is specific to each situation, but the most important thing is to establish an agreement with a company. He noted that the University makes every effort to ensure that companies it is involved with are located in Michigan. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reviewed the topics the committee had covered during its meeting the day before. The first agenda topic involved a review of policies, practices, trends, and benchmark comparisons regarding the endowment. The committee next reviewed the activities and structure of the Michigan Health Corporation (MHC), a not-for-profit membership corporation wholly owned by the Regents. The committee then had a preliminary look at the FY07 General Fund budget. Finally, the committee had a continuation of its January regular bimonthly audit meeting and also met privately with the internal auditors to inquire about the level of cooperation and support they are receiving from the University. The committee had also received a written quarterly report on the Life Sciences Institute. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Richner presented the report of this committee, because the chair, Regent Taylor, had been unable to attend. Regent Richner noted that Regents Newman and Maynard had attended this meeting in the absence of the other committee members. The Regents had reviewed information on the increasing challenge related to the costs of health care benefits and expressed support for the efforts of the administration. They also learned about the "Michigan Healthy Community" initiative which is encouraging healthier lifestyles on campus, and noted that the Regents were encouraged to participate in the fitness challenge. The Regents also were updated about the University's federally-mandated affirmative action plan for recruiting and retaining minority and women faculty and staff. The Regents then turned to the consent agenda. Consent Agenda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of January 20, 2006. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, and the Human Resources and Affirmative Action (HRAA) Report. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. Vice President Forrest submitted the Report of Projects Established, January - January 31, 2006. 231

Page  232 February Meeting, 2006 University of Michigan Health System. There was no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. No report was submitted. University of Michigan-Dearborn. No report was submitted. University of Michigan-Flint. No report was submitted. Michigan Student Assembly Report. MSA President Jesse Levine informed the Regents about the Lease Signing Ordinance which is currently being considered by the Ann Arbor City Council. This ordinance would prevent landlords from showing properties for the first quarter of the lease and would also prevent students from signing a lease until the first third of the lease has been completed. A vote is scheduled for March 6, 2006. Mr. Levine also reported that MSA elections will be held March 6-22 and a lot of interest has been expressed. Finally, he distributed a document from the president of the University of Michigan-Dearborn student government concerning campus safety officer certification. Voluntary Support. Vice President May submitted the Report of Voluntary Support for January 2006. ACEA Biosciences, Inc., San Diego, California for research in the Medical School................................................... $10,000 Robert and Marjorie Alpern Foundation, Bloomfield Hills 4,879 shares of Vodafone Group PLC common stock for the Marge and Robert Alpern Fund in the Medical School.................................. 99,776 American Skin Association, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................................. 15,000 American Society for Therapeutic Radiology Oncology, Fairfax, Virginia for the Theodore S. Lawrence, M.D., Ph.D. Fund in the Medical School....................... 10,000 American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Oak Brook, Illinois for research in the Medical School...................................................... 37,500 American Society of Hematology, Inc., Chapel Hill, North Carolina for research in the Medical School....................................................... 12,500 Analog Devices, Norwood, Massachusetts for research in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts...................... 50,100 Richard D. Anderson, Scottsdale, Arizona for the Reed O. Dingman Professorship in Plastic Surgery in the Medical School.................. 30,000 Anonymous Donor for research in the Medical School.................................................... 500,000 Anonymous Donor for the Cardiovascular Center...................................................... 250,000 Anonymous Donor for the Martha Cook Building Fund.................................................... 15,000 Anonymous Donor for the Academic Center and other support in the Department of Athletics....................... 13,200 Frederick M. Arbuckle, Jr., Rancho Santa Fe, California for the Fred and Helen Arbuckle Scholarship in Landscape Architecture in the School of Natural Resources and Environment................................................. 15,00 Lance Armstrong Foundation, Austin, Texas for research in the School of Public Health.......................................... 82,500 Dr. Robert C. Atkins Foundation, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center and for the Atkins Professorship Fund nthe Medial School........................................................ 115,232 Isadore A. Bemstein Trust for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center for research and other support in the Schools of Medicine and Public Health and for the Wilmot House...................... 36,976 Clarence J. Beshke, London, England for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics....................... 50,000 Seth Bonder Trust for support in the College of Engineering............................................. 25,000 232

Page  233 February Meeting, 2006 Earl R. Boonstra Trust for the Earl R. Boonstra Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Earl and Margaret Boonstra Scholarship Program Fund in the Law School, and for undergraduate student aid.......................................................... 1,200,000 Robert Bosch Company, Reutlingen, Germany for support in the Transportation Research Institute........................................ 15,000 William K. Brehm, McLean, Virginia for the William K. Brehm Undergraduate Scholarship Fund................................. 350,000 James D. Bruce Fellowship Fund of the Michigan State Medical Society Foundation, East Lansing for the James D. Bruce Fellowship Fund in the Medical School.........................10,850 Carls Foundation, Detroit for the Camp Michitanki Transplant Fund............................................... 10,000 Carnegie Corporation, New York, New York for support in the Institute for Social Research............................................ 35,000 Citigroup Foundation, New York, New York for scholarships and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................... 35,050 Michael and Suzanne Coghlan Family Foundation Trust for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 11,600 Howard Cohodas, Marquette for the Sylvia C. and Arnold M. Cohodas Dean's Scholarship Fund and other support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......................................... 31,500 Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Flint for scholarships in the University of Michigan-Flint...................................... 86,216 Consortium, Saint Louis, Missouri for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................................... 83,240 Cormetech, Inc., Durham, North Carolina for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 15,000 CoTherix, Belmont, California for the Cardiovascular Center......................................................... 10,000 Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, Miami, Florida for research in the College of Engineering.............................................. 580,000 Cypress Bioscience, Inc., San Diego, California for the Cypress Discretionary Fund in the Medical School............................ 400,000 DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, Auburn Hills for the Daimler Chrysler Fellowship in Sustainable Systems in the School of Natural Resources and Environment.................................................. 40,000 Denso International America, Inc., Southfield for support in the Transportation Research Institute........................................ 15,000 Detroit Youth Foundation, Detroit for support in the School of Social Work............................................... 20,480 James R. Donahey, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 11,500 Duffy Foundation, Ann Arbor for support in the Medical School...................................................... 15,000 M. Douglas Dunn, New Vernon, New Jersey for the M. Douglas and Jill Dunn Engineering Endowment Fund in the College of Engineering....... 10,000 Jane G. Dustan Fund for the benefit of the Foundation for Child Development of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for support in the School of Social Work.............................................. 25,000 Encysive Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Houston, Texas for the Cardiovascular Center......................................................... 10,000 Robert A. Epstein, Bloomfield Hills for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 19,600 Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, Inc., Eugene, Oregon for research in the Medical School..................................................... 18,838 Federal-Mogul Corporation, Detroit for support in the Transportation Research Institute............................. 15,000 Lillian Ferrer, San Juan, Puerto Rico for the Otto Gago, M.D., Professorship in Cardiac Surgery in the Medical School.................. 15,000 Gayle Crick Fischer, Indianapolis, Indiana 540 shares of Eli Lilly & Company common stock and a cash gift for support in the Department of Athletics and for the William T. and Norma J. Crick Scholarship Fund and the Gayle Crick Fund in the College of Pharmacy...................... 31,683 Marjorie S. Fisher Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit for support in the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning................ 50,000 Ford Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Law School................................................... 30,000 233

Page  234 February Meeting, 2006 Foundation for Modern Greek Studies, Northville Township for Modern Greek Studies support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............. 12,500 Willard and Anne Fraumann Fund of the Kirkland & Ellis Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for the Fraumann Family Dean's Merit Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.. 22,750 Frey Foundation, Grand Rapids for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......................... 25,000 Bernard A. Gassin, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida for the Gassin Family Scholarship Fund for Non-Resident Students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................... 40,000 Charles and Rita Gelman Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Federation of Washtenaw County, Ann Arbor for the Cardiovascular Center General Research Fund and the KEC Building Development Fund in the Medical School and for the Museum of Art................................... 51,000 General Motors Corporation, Phoenix, Arizona for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 30,000 General Motors Foundation, Detroit for the MBA Domestic Corps Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and for employee matching gifts........................................................ 61,328 Benn Gilmore, Plymouth for Women's Golf Support in the Department of Athletics.................................... 11,000 GlaxoSmithKline Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for employee matching gifts......................................................... 13,950 Edward M. Gramlich, Ann Arbor for support in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.................................. 15,000 Eugene and Emily Grant Foundation, New York, New York for the Eugene and Emily Grant Scholarship Funds in the Division of Kinesiology, the School of Natural Resources and Environment, and for the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology...... 30,000 Harvard Drug Group, Livonia for the Nick Leoni Endowment Fund in the Division of Kinesiology and for the Spring to Life Event Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center..................................... 10,000 Herman Family Foundation of the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation & Affiliated Trusts, Kansas City, Missouri for the Herman Faculty Fellows Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............ 10,000 Honewell International, Inc., Morristown, New Jersey for support in the Tauber Manufacturing Institute in the College of Engineering and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............................................ 10,000 IMRA America, Inc., Ann Arbor for research in the College of Engineering............................................... 20,000 Intel Foundation, Hillsboro, Oregon for the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................................ 75,000 Verne G. and Judith A. Istock Foundation, Naples, Florida for the Istock Jump Start Funds in the School of Education................................... 150,000 JDW, II Capital Limited Partnership, Salinas, California for the Joseph and Judy Williamson Endowed Football Scholarship Fund and the Academic Center in the Department of Athletics................................................. 100,000 Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Skillman, New Jersey for research in the College of Engineering, and for employee matching gifts...................... 10,550 Jack A. Josephson, New York, New York 2,000 shares of Intel Corporation common stock for the Jack Josephson Endowed Scholarship Fund in the College of Engineering................. 42,680 Loree K. Kalliainen, Lake Elmo, Minnesota for the Reed O. Dingman Professorship in Plastic Surgery in the Medical School................. 10,000 J. Christopher Kantgias, Bloomfield Hills for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 12,200 Katzman Family Support Foundation of the United Jewish Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for research in the Medical School..................................................... 75,000 Kaydon, Ann Arbor for support in the Department of Athletics........................................... 60,000 W. K. Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, William C. Richardson Fellowship for Public Policy and for employee matching gifts............................................ 400,150 Kenyon S. Kendall, Grand Rapids for the Kenyon Kendall Charitable Gift Annuity, for the ultimate benefit for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................... 10,000 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund and for support in the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital............ 29,704 Knight Foundation, Miami, Florida for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program........................................ 1,000,000 234

Page  235 February Meeting, 2006 Krips Family Foundation, Houston, Texas 1,100 shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company common stock for the Krips Endowment Fund in the School of Education................................ 25,526 Leukemia Research Foundation, Skokie, Illinois for support intheMedical School...................................................... 15,000 Mark J. Levick, Rancho Mirage, California for supportinthe Law School......................................................... 18,000 Michael J. Levitt, Alpine, New Jersey for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business................................... 36,000 Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation, Inc., New York, New York for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program Livingston Award for Young Journalists............. 40,625 Thomas L. Lott Trust 5,100 shares of various corporate common stock for support in the Law School................... 99,851 Lumina Foundation for Education, Indianapolis, Indiana forresearch inthe School ofEducation............................................ 38,900 Carolyn B. MacKenzie, New York, New York for research in the School of Public Health................................................. 10,00 Madigan Family Foundation, Winnetka, Illinois for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business....................................... 10,000 Magna Donnelly Corporation, Holland for support in the Transportation Research Institute......................................... 15,000 David M. Markowitz, New York, New York for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................. 10,600 Masco Corporation, Taylor for employee matchinggifts.......................................................... 15,375 Olivia P. Maynard Trust for the Olivia Maynard and S. Olof Karlstrom Faculty Award in the School of Social Work.......... 20,000 MBF Clearing Corporation, New York, New York for the Maria Reinhardt DeCesare Research Fund in the Comprehensive Cancer Center............ 14,200 Nancy S. McLelland, Berwyn, Pennsylvania for the Class of 1979 Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business........ 25,000 Mary Upjohn Meader, Kalamazoo 1,700 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation common stock for the Kelsey Museum Expansion Project.................................................................. 101,796 Merck & Company, Inc., Rahway, New Jersey for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................. 10,00 Joel S. Mindel, New York, New York for the Ophthalmology Alumni Annual Fund in the Medical School......................... 20,000 Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota for support in the Transportation Research Institute...................................... 15,000 John K. and Patricia S. Moore, Ann Arbor for the Patricia Skelly Moore Endowed Scholarship Fund in the School of Nursing............... 40,668 Kenneth H. Mortenson, New York, New York 1,300 shares of Dril-Quip, Inc., common stock for the Champions Center in the Department of Athletics..................................... 77,565 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund.......................... 1,500,000 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York, New York forresearch inthe Medical School...................................................... 77,548 Charles G. Nickson, Houston, Texas for the Dirouhi and Carmen Dadrian Armenag Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Law School........ 30,000 Nobel Biocare USA, LLC, Yorba Linda, California forsupportinthe SchoolofDentistry.............................................. 55,000 Ronald and Joan Nordgren Fund of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for the Paul A. Nordgren Scholarship Fund in Civil Engineering in the College of Engineering...... 100,000 Tim O'Day, Hinsdale, Illinois for the Timothy O'Day Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business........................ 25,000 Mary W. Palencsar Estate forresearch intheMedical School................................................77,515 Craig C. Parker, Mill Valley, California fortheLife SciencesInstitute...................................................25,000 George A. Peapples Trust for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 19,600 Henry B. Pearsall, Naples, Florida 3,300 shares of US Bancorp common stock for the Henry B. Pearsall Fund in the Law School....................................... 100,386 John Pfeifer, Bloomfield Hills for the John R. Pfeifer Collegiate Professorship in Vascular Surgery in the Medical School.......... 20,000 235

Page  236 February Meeting, 2006 Pfizer, Inc., New York, New York for research and other support in the College of Engineering, the College of Pharmacy, and the Schools of Medicine and Public Health........................................... 56,500 Nancy S. Pickus, Saline for the Albert and Nancy Pickus General Athletic Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics.... 30,000 Power Foundation, Kalamazoo for support in the Center for the Education of Women...................................... 20,000 Barbara H. Raven, Jackson 4,900 shares of General Electric Company common stock for support in the College of Engineering................................................. 161,480 Rehael Fund-Roger Hale/Nor Hall of the Minneapolis Foundation, Minneapolis, Minnesota for support in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology....................................... 25,000 Ghassan and Manal Saab Foundation, Flint for the Ghassan and Manal Saab Scholarship Fund at the University of Michigan-Flint............ 60,000 Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York for support in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.................................. 34,509 SBC, Detroit for support at the University of Michigan-Flint........................................... 44,700 Edward I. Schalon Trust for the Edward I. Schalon Endowed Golf Scholarship in the Department of Athletics.............. 50,000 Schlumberger Technology Corporation, Sugar Land, Texas for support in the College of Engineering.............................................. 10,000 Tadd and Nancy Seitz Fund of the Columbus Foundation, Columbus, Ohio for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Lincoln R. Siegel, Chicago, Illinois for the Lincoln R. Siegel Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of undergraduate student aid in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................. 20,000 Richard D. Snyder, Ann Arbor for the Solid State Electronics Laboratory Construction Fund in the College of Engineering, for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, the Law School, the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital, and for the Richard and Sue Snyder Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................. 18,456 Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Speckhard-Knight Fund for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in the Medical School............... 30,000 Kenneth P. Stewart, Wichita, Kansas 375 shares of General Motors common stock and a cash gift for the Kenneth P. and Marjorie F. Stewart Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit for scholarships in the Law School.................................................... 10,000 Waldo Devere Sturm, Pigeon for the Sturm Family Endowment Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.......... 100,000 Target Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................................... 10,000 Terumo Cardiovascular System Corporation, Ann Arbor for research in the Medical School..................................................... 50,000 Thompson Foundation, Plymouth for support in the University Hospitals.................................................. 20,000 Tides Foundation, New York, New York for the PEAK Fellows Program Fund in the School of Public Health............................ 15,000 Union Pacific Foundation, Omaha, Nebraska for the MBA Domestic Corps Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................. 32,000 George F. Valassis Charitable Lead Trust for the Valassis Professorship of Urologic Oncology in the Medical School..................... 122,600 Donald T. Wallace, Sarasota, Florida for the Donald T. Wallace Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the School of Music.... 25,000 Samuel L. Westerman Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the Samuel L. Westerman Scholarship Fund in the Department of Athletics................... 10,000 Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor for the MBA Domestic Corps Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.................. 18,000 Whitaker Foundation, Arlington, Virginia for research in the College of Engineering............................................. 560,601 Whitman Family Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy........................... 20,000 Raymond I. Wilcox, Houston, Texas 200 shares of Caterpillar, Inc., common stock for the Raymond I. and Peggy B. Wilcox Fund in the College of Engineering..................... 13,864 F. Stuart Wilkins, Canton, Ohio 4,122 shares of FirstMerit Corporation common stock and a cash gift for the Building Fund in the Law School............................................ 100,000 236

Page  237 February Meeting, 2006 Elizabeth Ruthruff Wilson Foundation, Tecumseh for scholarships in the Center for the Education of Women and for the Marilyn Mason-William Steinhoff Scholarship Fund in the School of Music...................... 10,000 Lauren A. Woods, Albany, California for the Dr. Lauren and Carol O. Woods Fund in the Medical School............................ 50,000 Xerox Corporation U.S.A., Rochester, New York for research in the College of Engineering and for employee matching gifts...................... 21,100 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 following donors: Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, Illinois Howard and Nina Dodge Abrams Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit, Bloomfield Hills Vinay Ahuja, Ann Arbor Anastasios Alexiou, Ann Arbor American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education, Rockville, Maryland Donald C. Baker, Beaverton Terry Barr Sales Agency, Inc., Southfield Leonard J. Baxt, Washington, D. C. Bennett Black Family Trust Franklin F. Brehmer, Wixom Carbomedics, Inc., Austin, Texas ChevronTexaco, Concord, California Clan Crawford, Jr., Trust Class of 1945, Salem, South Carolina Click Wine Group, Seattle, Washington Coca Cola Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia Carl Cohen, Ann Arbor Nadine Cohodas, Washington, D. C. John E. Cunningham, Bloomfield Hills Dental Art Laboratories, Inc., Lansing Dorot Foundation, New York, New York Ecolab Foundation, Saint Paul, Minnesota William Bradford Edwards Estate Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau, Washington, D. C. Elizabeth C. Erwin, Bloomfield Hills Thomas and Elaine Evans Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts Jeffrey D. Fenley Trust John W. Geissman, Albuquerque, New Mexico Georgia-Pacific Corporation Atlanta Division, Atlanta, Georgia Russell J. Gibb, Dearborn Philip C. Gilbert, Grosse Pointe Global Enterprise for Water Technology, Grand Rapids Gussin Foundation, Inc., New Brunswick, New Jersey Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc., Toledo, Ohio Frederick A. Henderson, Miami, Florida HFF Foundation, West Bloomfield Andrew G. Hurst, Boca Raton, Florida Craig Idema, Northville International Business Machines Corporation, Endicott, New York Johnson Controls Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin George L. Kenyon, Ann Arbor David M. Kimball, Brighton Jerry Knight, Ann Arbor to $9,999 in value were received from the M-Den, Inc., Ann Arbor Alice N. G. MacDonald, Ann Arbor Malloy, Inc., Ann Arbor Mike Manley, Flint Marsal Family Foundation, New York, New York Eric M. Mason, New York, New York Sabrina Meek, Maumee, Ohio Charles and Florence Milan Foundation, West Bloomfield Miller Parking Company, Detroit Mosaic Foundation of R. & P. Heydon, Ann Arbor Murdock Foundation, Manitou Beach Katta G. Murty, Ann Arbor Nathalie Stern Trust William A. Newman, Ann Arbor Richard D. O'Connor, New York, New York Panos Papalambros, Ann Arbor Mark A. Pfleger, Chicago, Illinois PPG Industries Foundation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania QAD, Inc., Carpinteria, California Robbins Family Fund of the National Philanthropic Trust, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania John C. Rocchio, Pacific Palisades, California David M. Roebuck, Williamsburg Sheldon Revocable Trust Rollin M. Smith Trust James K. Sobeski, Champaign, Illinois Abdul Aziz Sultan, Safat, Kuwait Michael E. Sweet, Racine, Wisconsin TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company, Round Rock, Texas Robert A. Toigo Foundation, Oakland, California Allan L. Tompkins, Jackson Alston K. Twiss Family Charitable Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program, Southeastern, Pennsylvania UGS PLM Solutions, Maryland Heights, Missouri University of Michigan Club of Toledo, Temperance Frederick S. Upton Foundation, Saint Joseph Rodolfo Uy Ham, Flint Carolyn Van Boven, North Palm Beach, Florida Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett, LLP, Grand Rapids Gary J. Wagerson, Bloomfield Hills Samuel A. Walk, Pinckney Weiermiller Family Fund of the Ayco Charitable Fund, Clifton Park, New York Paul A. Weller, Grand Rapids Julia A. Zdanek, Plymouth 237

Page  238 February Meeting, 2006 The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Beverly Franzblau Baker, Bloomfield Hills a Michael Hall welded steel sculpture for the Museum of Art Duane N. Dietrich, Muncie, Indiana a collection of historical letters and documents for the Clements Library Angela Dogancay, New York, New York five pieces of Art by Burham Dogancay for the Museum of Art Alan Eisenberg, New York, New York a large collection of playbills from national and international theatre plays for the University Library Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company Saint Paul, Minnesota various 3M products and other equipment for the College of Engineering National Instruments, Austin, Texas one PXI-5560 RF Signal Analyzer, one PXI-5671 RF Vector Signal Generator, and other equipment for the College of Engineering Bertram L. O'Neill, Jr., West Chester, Pennsylvania a series of naval illustrations of historical battles for the Clements Library Jack A. Rounick, Radnor, Pennsylvania 16 pieces of various art works for the Museum of Art Personnel Actions and Personnel Reports. Provost Gramlich called attention to a request to extend the period of appointment for the Thurnau Professorships through the period of active appointment at the University. Upon approval, the Thurnau Professorship title will be permanently reinstated for all past Thurnau professors who lost this designation after 3 years. He also noted that 6 new individuals are being recommended for approval as Thurnau professors effective July 1, 2006. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective on the dates indicated Andrews, Margaret, Ph.D., Professor of Nursing and Director, Department of Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, January 1, 2006 Kondrashov, Alexey S., Ph.D., Andrei R. Skovoroda Collegiate Professor in the Life Sciences and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 2006 Litman, Jessica, J.D., Professor of Law, Law School, September 1, 2006 Pietropaolo, Massimo T., M.D., Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, without tenure, Medical School, May 1, 2006 Raphael, Yehoash, Ph.D., R. Jamison and Betty J. Wilson Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, March 1, 2006-February 28, 2011, and Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, with tenure, Medical School NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective September 1, 2006 Foster, John E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, College of Engineering REAPPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bailey, Charles W., Chair of the Department of Social Work, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services, July 1, 2006-June 30, 2009 Zearfoss, Sarah C., Assistant Dean and Admissions Officer, Law School, March 1, 2006-August 31, 2009 238

Page  239 February Meeting, 2006 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Stillman, Amy K., Associate Professor of American Culture, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, also appointed Associate Professor of Musicology, without tenure, School of Music, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2010 Waas, Anthony W., Professor of Aerospace Engineering, with tenure, also appointed Professor of Mechanical Engineering, without tenure, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 Wang, Shaomeng, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, with tenure, Medical School, also appointed Associate Professor of Pharmacology, without tenure, College of Pharmacy, February 1, 2006 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective March 1, 2006 Renaming Existing Collegiate Professorship Richard E. Balzhiser Collegiate Professorship in Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering Shien-Ming (Sam) Wu Collegiate Professorship in Manufacturing Science, College of Engineering OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective on the dates indicated Appointments to Named Professorships Gallimore, Alec D., Arthur F. Thurau Professor, July 1, 2006 Palincsar, Annemarie Sullivan, Arthur F. Thumau Professor, July 1, 2006 Polk, Thad A., Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, July 1, 2006 Sparling, Peter D., Arthur F. Thurau Professor, July 1, 2006 Wright, Steven J., Arthur F. Thurau Professor, July 1, 2006 Zirbes, Georgette M., Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, July 1, 2006 Appointments to Endowed Professorships Myers, Jeffrey L., A. James French Professor of Diagnostic Pathology, Medical School, February 1, 2006 Najafi, Khalil, Schlumberger Professor of Engineering, College of Engineering, March 1, 2006-February 28,2011 Appointment to Collegiate Professorship Forrest, Stephen R., William Gould Dow Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, March 1, 2006-February 28, 2011 Other Transactions Extension of appointment period for Arthur F. Thurnau Professorships through the period of the appointee's active service on the faculty at the University of Michigan, effective February 17, 2006 (applicable to all active former Thurau professors) Establishment of position of Associate Dean, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services, January 1, 2006 Gordan, Virginia B., title changed to Assistant Dean for International Affairs, Law School, March 1, 2006 COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS School of Dentistry Executive Committee Bradley, Robert M., retroactive, January 1, 2006-October 31, 2007, vice John P. Gobetti, on retirement furlough Division of Kinesiology Executive Committee Edington, Dee W., retroactive, January 1-August 15, 2006, vice Katarina T. Borer, on sabbatical Ulrich, Dale A., retroactive, January 1-August 15, 2006, vice Richard A. Wolfe, on sabbatical 239

Page  240 February Meeting, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective January 1-April 30, 2006 Beyerlein, Susan C., M.P.A., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education Blunk, Merrie L., Intermittent Lecturer in Education, School of Education Cheng, Allen C. H., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Engineering Undergraduate Education, College of Engineering Cheng, Wen-Chein, Ph.D., Lecturer I in History of Art, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Council, Terry L., Lecturer I in Theatre and Dance, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Cronin, Kasey V., M.A., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services Deschere, Linda, J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering Gabriel, Shelly M., M.A., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Garcia, Arminda M., M.S.W., Lecturer I in Social Work, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services Halperin, Laura, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Comparative Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Horton, Henry, B.S., Lecturer I in Earth and Resource Science, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Jewkes, Abigail M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Jodway, Sherry L., M.A., Lecturer I in English, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Kaenzig, Monica S., M.M., Lecturer I in Music, School of Music Kelley, Jon S., Lecturer I in Philosophy, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Kent, Deborah A., M.Ed., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education Killeen, Mary B., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing Krishnan, Suresh E., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Finance, Stephen M. Ross School of Business Long, Miriam L., M.S., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts Makman, Lisa H., Ph.D., Lecturer I in English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science McGuire, Kristin M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts McNaughton, James, Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Miller, Cathleen L., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Flint School of Management Oatley, Sheila M., M.A., Lecturer I in Education UM-Dearbom School of Education Pecina, Susana M., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Pikula, Karen E., B.S., Lecturer I in Mathematics and Statistics, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Rapai, William, M.A., Lecturer I in Communications, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Roth, Aaron H., B.A., Lecturer I in Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Schmalz, Geoffrey C. R., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Classical Studies and Lecturer I in History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Shkolnik, Nina, M.S., Lecturer I in Slavic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Shurter, James, B.F.A., Lecturer I in Communication and Visual Arts, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences Solomon, Claire, M.A., Lecturer I in Romance Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Spangler, Kirk D., Intermittent Lecturer in Education, School of Education Urbaczewski, Lise, M.S., Lecturer I in Management, UM-Dearbom School of Management Vaught, Kimberly R., B.A., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Dearbom School of Education Zalzala, Alaadin H., M.A., Lecturer I in Arabic, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective January 1-April 30, 2006 Baveja, Roohi P., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, personal leave ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Bullough, Alexandra S., F.R.C.A., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 240

Page  241 February Meeting, 2006 Clark, Marin K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Donaldson, Laurie D., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, January 5, 2006-January 4, 2007 Eisenberg, Joseph N., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Grbic, Anthony, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Hoggatt, Katherine J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Katapodi, Maria C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2007 Khaled, Yasser A., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2009 Lisabeth, Lynda D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, January 1, 2006-July 31, 2009 Mulligan, Lumen N., J.D., Assistant Professor of Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2006-May 31, 2008 Newblatt, Joshua I., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Emergency Medicine, Medical School, February 1, 2006-January 31, 2007 Niemi, Nathan A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-May 31, 2009 Radwi, Ather, M.B.B.S., Clinical Lecturer in Radiology, Medical School, January 10-December 31, 2006 Sanjian, Ara, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, January 1-December 31, 2006 Trumble, Stephen J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Herscher, Andrew H., from Assistant Professor of Architecture to Assistant Professor of Architecture, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2009 Holland, Christine L., M.D., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, December 1, 2005-November 2, 2007 Larsen, Larissa S., from Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture to Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, School of Natural Resources and Environment and Assistant Professor of Urban Planning, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2008 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOINTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Federbush, Paul G., Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Green, Daniel G., Professor Emeritus of Physiological Optics, Medical School, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, and Professor Emeritus of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-December 31, 2006 Griffin, Henry C., Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, July 1-December 31, 2005 Hosford, William F., Jr., Professor Emeritus of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Lindenauer, S. Martin, Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Medical School, December 1, 2005-November 30, 2006 Roloff, Dietrich W., Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 241

Page  242 February Meeting, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin B., Associate Professor of Greek and Latin, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Bergeron, Suzanne L., Associate Professor of Women's Studies, with tenure, and Associate Professor of Social Sciences, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Blair, David C., Professor of Computer and Information Systems, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, extended sick leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Cepuran, Joseph A., Associate Professor of Public Administration, with tenure, UM-Dearbom School of Education, retirement furlough, January 1, 2006-April 30, 2007 Danloff, Tracey A., Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical School, extended sick leave, November 1, 2005-January 29, 2006 Freedman, Jonathan E., Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, and Professor of American Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Gillespie, Carolyn M., Professor of Theatre, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Gitelman, Zvi Y., Preston R. Tisch Professor of Judaic Studies and Professor of Political Science, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Gobetti, John P., Professor of Dentistry, with tenure, School of Dentistry, retirement furlough, January 1-December 31, 2006 Hook, Peter H., Professor of Indo-Aryan Languages, with tenure, and Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, teaching leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Kahn, Margaret F., Professor of Political Science, with tenure, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Kittendorf, Anne L., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, extended sick leave, January 6-January 23, 2006, and family medical leave, January 24-March 6, 2006 Liang, Jersey, Professor of Health Management and Policy, with tenure, School of Public Health, sabbatical leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Linn, William J., Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, medical leave, September 20, 2005-April 30, 2006 Loeb, Roger C., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Master, Tarannum A., Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine, Medical School, extended sick leave, December 23, 2005-January 26, 2006 and on family medical leave, January 27-March 5, 2006 Morash, Ronald P., Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Olsen, Laura J., Associate Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extended sick leave, September 28-November 28, 2005 Remski, Joan C., Associate Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Sheldon, Jane P., Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Silverman, Emily D., Assistant Professor of Natural Resources, School of Natural Resources and Environment, sabbatical leave, January 1-December 31, 2006 Smith, Jonathan, Professor of English Language and Literature, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Twomey, Michael J., Professor of Economics, with tenure, UM-Dearbom College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 Wu, Audrey H., Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, medical leave, October 10-November 18, 2005 Zhao, Jing, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, sabbatical leave, January 1-April 30, 2006 242

Page  243 February Meeting, 2006 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TO ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Kampfner, Roberto R., Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science, with tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Engineering and Computer Science, sabbatical leave, September 1-December 31, 2005. Previous reported as September 1, 2005-April 30, 2006 Somers, Margaret R., Professor of Sociology, with tenure, and Professor of History, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extended sick leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006. Previously reported as September 1, 2005-January 31, 2006 TERMINATIONS Effective on the dates indicated Deceased Fleisher, David, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, with tenure, College of Pharmacy, January 7, 2006 Leith, Emmett N., Schlumberger Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, December 23, 2005 Resigned Alcock, Susan E., John H. D'Arms Collegiate Professor of Classical Architecture and Classics and Professor of Classical Architecture and Classics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Aurora, Taruna K., Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical School, January 14, 2006 Cherry, John F., Professor of Classical Archaeology and Greek, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 De Maeseneer, Michel, Clinical Professor of Radiology, Medical School, December 31, 2005 Fredrickson, Barbara L., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Management and Organizations, without tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, December 31, 2005 Hodne, Krista A., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, March 16, 2006 Khatri, Lakshmi J., Clinical Instructor in Internal Medicine, Medical School, March 31, 2006 Kirsch, Douglas B., Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology, Medical School, February 10, 2006 Nelson, J. Michael, Clinical Instructor in Emergency Medicine, Medical School, December 31, 2005 Suri, Pawan, Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical School, January 14, 2006 Worley, Daniel T., Clinical Lecturer in Music Composition, School of Music, April 30, 2005 Retired Shevrin, Howard, Professor of Psychology, with tenure, Medical School and Professor of Psychology, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Till, Gerd O., Professor of Pathology, with tenure, Medical School, December 31, 2005 Tosney, Kathryn W., Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, December 31, 2005 Term Completed Bilello, John C., Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, December 31, 2005 McGee, Colleen S., Lecturer in Engineering, College of Engineering, May 31, 2005 Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 2 retiring faculty members. George H. Koepke, M.D., professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status in 1976, after a most productive career as a clinician, teacher, and leader in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R). 243

Page  244 February Meeting, 2006 Dr. Koepke received his B.S. degree from the University of Toledo in 1945 and his M.D. degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1949. He completed his internship at the Toledo (Ohio) Hospital in 1950 and completed his PM&R residency at the University of Michigan in 1953 as the department's first resident. After a year in private practice, he joined the faculty in 1954 as an assistant professor. He was promoted to associate professor in 1958 and professor in 1966. He retired in 1976, after having served on the faculty for 22 years. Dr. Koepke was a pioneer in the field of PM&R. Within the department, he founded the Electroneuromyography (EMG) Laboratory and developed the Division of Orthotics and Prosthetics for the care of patients with amputations. In the 1950s, at the height of the polio epidemic, Dr. Koepke developed and implemented new rehabilitation techniques for respirator-dependent patients. Working with Dr. Irving Feller on the treatment of burn patients, Dr. Koepke also became known as a national expert in burn rehabilitation. He was certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1955 and served as its chair from 1970-76. He was a founding member of the American Association of Electrodiagnosis and Electromyography (now the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine) and was one of its early presidents, and he was vice chair of the American Board of Electrodiagnosis and Electromyography from 1988-92. He was president of both the Washtenaw County Medical Society and the Michigan State Medical Society. Dr. Koepke was a strong mentor and a major influence on trainees in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. He was instrumental in developing the science and rationale for the clinical aspects of PM&R, including electrodiagnostic medicine, peripheral neuropathy, amputation surgery, prosthetic rehabilitation, and rehabilitation of burns. He has had a significant, lasting influence on the field of PM&R. The Regents salute this distinguished faculty member for his dedicated service by naming George H. Koepke professor emeritus of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Cecil G. Miskel, Ed.D., professor of education in the School of Education, retired from active faculty status on January 31, 2006. Professor Miskel received his B.S. degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1963 and his M.S. and Ed.D. degrees from Oklahoma State University in 1967 and 1970, respectively. From 1970-82, he served on the faculty of the University of Kansas, where he rose from assistant professor to associate professor (1973) to professor (1978) and served as associate dean for research (1976-78) and associate vice chancellor for research (1978-82). He joined the University of Utah in 1982, serving as professor and chair of the Department of Educational Administration (1982-83) and dean of the Graduate School of Education (1983-88). Professor Miskel joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1988 as a professor and as dean of the School of Education. During his ten years as dean, Professor Miskel led the School of Education to a position of national leadership by recruiting leading faculty, building new strengths in research, and creating two innovative and nationally recognized master's programs designed to attract top students to the education field. Under his leadership, the school's use of instructional technology was dramatically updated with the creation of the Prechter Laboratory for Interactive Technology in 1994 and the design of special multimedia classrooms in 1995 and 1997. During this period, ground-breaking research 244

Page  245 February Meeting, 2006 was launched in areas such as early literacy, mathematics teacher education, assessment of student learning and of teaching, and education policy. Professor Miskel is an expert in school organization and administration and in education policy analysis. His research and scholarship investigated state and national policy issues related to instruction in reading; for this work, he received the William Davis Memorial Award in 1980 and 1983. He served as editor of the Educational Administration Quarterly for the 1987 and 1988 volumes and served two terms as a member of its editorial board. He also co-authored six editions of Education Administration. Theory, Research, and Practice, one of the leading textbooks in the field of school administration. The Regents now salute this distinguished teacher, scholar and administrator by naming Cecil G. Miskel professor emeritus of education and dean emeritus. Vice President Churchill also announced that this would be the last meeting for Carol Volker of her staff, as Ms. Volker and her husband will be moving to Virginia. Memorials. Vice President Churchill submitted a memorial statement for David Fleischer, associate professor of pharmacological sciences. The Regents of the University of Michigan acknowledge with profound sadness the death of David Fleisher, Ph.D., associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences in the College of Pharmacy. Professor Fleisher died at his home on January 7, 2006, after a long fight with lymphoma. He was 6 1. Professor Fleisher was born in Rochester, New York, and earned his B.S. degree in pharmacy from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1967. He began his career as a staff pharmacist, first at Children's Hospital in Buffalo and then at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York. After earning his M.S. degree in applied mathematics from the University of Rochester in 1977, Professor Fleisher and his family relocated to Madison, Wisconsin, where he earned his Ph.D. degree in pharmaceutics from the University of Wisconsin in 1983. He joined the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy as an assistant research scientist in 1983, was appointed assistant professor of pharmaceutics in 1985, and was promoted to associate professor in 1992. Professor Fleisher' s research focused on food and nutrient effects on drug delivery, absorption, and metabolism, and his work had a very significant impact on Food and Drug Administration regulatory guidelines. He was a highly respected scientist and educator who touched the lives of all of his students and colleagues in a very special way. Professor Fleisher will be remembered for his genuine interest in people, and for his compassion and generosity. He was known for his extraordinary kindness, his sense of humor, humility, and passion for life, and his remarkable capacity to help and inspire those around him. As eAoun 1helos0f urbeovdcolegu,1e ls1eted urh Arfl 245

Page  246 February Meeting, 2006 of the degree lists are on file in the Office of the Vice President and Secretary of the University. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turned to consideration of the regular agenda. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) C.S. Mott Children's and Women's Hospital Replacement Project Executive Vice President Slottow commented that since completion of the schematic design for this project, the size has increased by approximately 100,000 gross square feet, to approximately 1,100,000 gross square feet, and it is recommended that the budget be increased by 5% to accommodate increased programming, to achieve LEED ("Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design") certification, and to meet the increased cost of some of the materials. He noted that the UMHHC has updated its strategic 10-year capital plan and the increased budget and scope is entirely consistent with that plan. He said that Ms. Pat Warner, associate director and chief administrative officer of C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, would be assisting with the schematic design presentation. Executive Vice President Kelch commented that he is "thrilled by the project," and stated that it is an excellent representation of the Health System's commitment to growth and investment in one of its strategic principles. He noted that the entire health system will benefit from the project through prudent use of the facilities that will be liberated by it. He observed that the costs associated with seeking LEED certification for this particular project will be warranted over the long term. Ms. Warner reported that numerous individuals had been involved in the design of this project, including more than 450 faculty, staff, and students and more than 40 families and patients, all of whom will remain involved during the operational planning stage. She thanked the Regents on behalf of all who have been involved in the project "for the opportunity to create one of the most innovative and exciting children's and women's hospital, not only in this country, but, I think, in the world." She also thanked Dr. Kelch for his leadership and Regent Brandon for his role as a philanthropic leader in the project. Ms. Warner introduced Mr. Ronald W. Dennis, principal of HKS Architects, P.C. and head of its health care section, and Mr. Douglas Compton, senior vice president with HKS and lead designer. Mr. Compton displayed the site plan, noting that the Arboretum is located along the east and southeastern border. He said that the footprint of the structure has been maximized on the site in the shape of an "L", consisting of the hospital portion of the structure (850,000 square feet and 12 stories high) and the clinical and outpatient functions (250,000 square feet and 9 stories high). He described the functions that would occur at the various levels of the structure, noting that patient rooms would have a view of the arboretum and river valley and that extensive landscaping is planned. There will be a sky bridge connecting the parking structure to the hospital and a connector from this building to the second level of University 246

Page  247 February Meeting, 2006 Hospitals and clinics. There will be a separate drive and entrance point for emergency vehicles and walk-in traffic. Mr. Compton displayed and described floor plans for the 2nd floor, which includes the main lobby, retail food and gift shops, and a family resource center, the 4th floor (diagnostic and treatment areas); and the 12th floor (representing a nursing unit). Ms. Warner pointed out that locating the family resource center in the hub of the public space is an innovative feature of the UM facility. Mr. Compton noted that there will be separate elevator banks for the different user groups in the facility and that a regional infectious disease containment unit will be located on the 12th floor. Another feature is that all rooms, including those in the intensive care units, will be single rooms. There will also be undeveloped shell space on each floor, providing room for growth. Mr. Compton displayed photos showing views of the facility from various points on campus, noting that it will be a visible and recognizable feature within the medical complex. He noted that the exterior materials and coloration will be reflective of existing campus architecture. The patient rooms and other areas of the facility will incorporate extensive amounts of glass to provide natural light and outdoor views. In response to a question from Regent Maynard about the use of the old women's and children's facility, Dr. Kelch said that it will be renovated for use by adult services programs, allowing for expansion of the old hospital and growth in adult services, which will enable the entire health system to thrive. It was noted that construction of the new facility is projected to be completed at the end of 2010 and move-in is scheduled for Spring, 2011. President Coleman pointed out that the space provided for the regional infectious disease containment unit will be key to pandemic planning for the entire region. Dr. Kelch noted that the building has been designed to address security concerns and will feature limited and controllable access. In the worse case scenario, the entire hospital could be turned into a controlled access, specialized use, facility. Ms. Warner commented that at every entrance, individuals will be greeted by a human being. All entrances will be staffed either 24 hours per day, or during all of the hours that the entrance is open. Regent Brandon stated that it was 26 years ago that his identical twin sons were rushed to Mott Hospital where their lives were saved, so he is especially gratified to see this project come to fruition. He announced that the original goal of $50 million for the philanthropic campaign for this facility that he and Coach Carr and their spouses are leading has been raised to $75 million. "I would take great pride in moving this item for approval," he said. Regent Taylor seconded the motion, and the motion to approve the revised budget, and scope, and schematic design for the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers C.S. Mott Children's and Women's Hospitals Replacement Project as presented at the meeting was approved unanimously. A round of applause followed. Alternative Asset Commitment (Graham Partners II Co-Investment, L.P.) The Regents were informed that a $20 million follow-on private equity commitment had been made to Graham Partners II Co-Investment, L.P. 247

Page  248 February Meeting, 2006 Alternative Asset Commitments (ARC Energy Fund V, L.P.; Rubenstein Properties Fund, L.P.; Altor Fund II, L.P.) On a motion by Regent White, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the following commitments: $13 million (Canadian dollars) from the Long Term Portfolio to ARC Energy Fund V, L.P.; $20 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Rubenstein Properties Fund, L.P.; and ~17 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Altor Fund II, L.P. Long Term Portfolio Asset Allocation Executive Vice President Slottow explained that this is a request to widen the range of the fixed income allocation in the Long Term Portfolio to allow for variances in the fixed income allocation relative to the model portfolio approved in 2000, and to make it consistent to the current investment environment. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved widening the allowable range for fixed income allocation to 10 percent to 35 percent, which would allow for variances in the fixed income allocation relative to the model portfolio that are more consistent with that of other asset classes. Regent Newman expressed appreciation to Mr. Erik Lundberg, the University's chief investment officer, for all of his efforts in managing the University's investments. Hutchins Hall Classroom 138 and Administrative Office Space Renovation On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Hutchins Hall Classroom 138 and Administrative Office Space Renovation Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Cancer and Geriatrics Centers Building Cancer Center Infusion Expansion On a motion by Regent Maynard, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) Cancer and Geriatrics Centers Building Cancer Center Infusion Expansion Project as described, authorized commissioning of the architectural firm of Ann Arbor Architects Collaborative for its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Clinical Laboratory Renovation On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Richner, the Regents unanimously approved the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC) University Hospital Clinical Laboratory Renovation project as described, authorized commissioning the architectural firm of SSOE Inc. For its design, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. 248

Page  249 February Meeting, 2006 Medical Sciences Research Building I (MSRB I) On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved the Medical Sciences Research Building I Mass Spectrometer Laboratory Project as described, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. Stephen M. Ross School of Business Facilities Enhancement Project Executive Vice President Slottow reported that Dean Dolan and colleagues have raised $40 million in 9 months in order to support this project and successfully meet the full financial commitment required by the $145 million budget. On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously authorized issuing bids and awarding construction contracts for demolition and early procurement packages for the Stephen M. Ross School of Business Facilities Enhancement Project provided that bids are within the approved budget. Conflict of Interest Items President Coleman announced that the agenda includes 3 conflict of interest items, each of which requires 6 votes for approval. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent White, the Regents unanimously approved each of the following items: License Agreement with Cielo MedSolutions, LLC The Regents approved a license agreement with Cielo MedSolutions, LLC, for the technology entitled "ClinfoTracker" (UM File No. 2860). Because James Price, part owner of Cielo MedSolutions, LLC, is also a University of Michigan employee, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the contract are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Cielo MedSolutions, LLC. 2. The license terms include giving Cielo an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. Cielo will pay a royalty on sales. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract my be amended by consent of the parties. Additional review by the Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Mr. James Price, a University of Michigan employee, is part owner of Cielo MedSolutions, LLC. He is not an inventor of the licensed technology and is not entitled to any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. First Amendment to Patent Option Agreement with Incept BioSystems The Regents approved the first amendment to a patent option agreement with Incept BioSystems, for the technology entitled "Handheld Recirculation System and Customized Media for Microfluidic Cell Culture" (UM File No. 3297). Because Drs. Shuichi Takayama and Gary Smith, partial owners of Incept BioSystems, are also University of Michigan employees, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan 249

Page  250 February Meeting, 2006 Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the agreement are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Incept BioSystems. 2. The agreement terms include giving Incept BioSystems a twelve-month option (extendable by six months) to negotiate an exclusive license with the right to grant sublicenses. A term sheet for the patent license agreement to be negotiated is attached to the patent option agreement that contains terms for a royalty on sales and reimbursement of patent expenses. The University will retain ownership of the licensed technology and may continue to further develop it and use it internally. No use of University services or facilities, nor any assignment of University employees, is obligated or contemplated under the agreement. Standard disclaimers of warrantees and indemnification apply, and the contract my be amended by consent of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interest arises from the fact that Drs. Takayama and Smith, University of Michigan employees, are also part owners of Incept BioSystems. They have waived any personal participation in the sharing of revenue received by the University. Research Agreements with Ascenta Therapeutics, Inc. The Regents approved research agreements with Ascenta Therapeutics, Inc., for projects that involve study and testing to further develop promising small molecule inhibitors for use against various cancers. Because Drs. Marc Lippman, Shaomeng Wang, and Dajun Yang, University of Michigan employees, also are partial owners of Ascenta Therapeutics, Inc.; Drs. Lippman and Wang are also directors and members of the company's scientific advisory board; and Dr. Yang is also an employee and officer of the company. Therefore, this agreement falls under the State of Michigan Conflict of Interest Statute. The following information is provided in compliance with statutory requirements: 1. The parties to the agreement are the Regents of the University of Michigan and Ascenta Therapeutics, Inc. 2. The terms of the agreements conform to University Policy. Dr. Liang Xu, who is an inventor of the technology licensed to the company but has no direct financial interest in the company, will direct one of the projects over an initial one-year period at an estimated cost of $100,000. Dr. Wang is participating as a co-investigator at the University. The other projects will directed by Dr. Thomas Carey of the Department of Otolaryngology and Dr. Kenneth Pienta of the Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Yang is not participating in any of the projects as a University employee but will be the principal investigator at the company for Dr. Xu's project. The contracts include a provision allowing extension and modification of the projects upon mutual agreement of the parties. University procedures for approval of these changes will be followed, and additional review by the Conflict of Interest Board will be done as appropriate. 3. The pecuniary interests of Drs. Marc Lippman, Shaomeng Wang, and Dajun Yang arise from the fact they are both University of Michigan employees, and partial owners of Ascenta Therapeutics, Inc. 250

Page  251 February Meeting, 2006 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Solid State Electronics Lab Addition and Renovation Executive Vice President Slottow noted that the original project approved by the Regents in February 2005 involved a project budget of $28 million. Since that time, the scope of the project has increased in size in order to accommodate the research needs of a newly recruited faculty member and a $70 million grant to support nanotechnology research. In addition, when the bids were analyzed, it was determined that the complexity, safety standards, and some of the materials costs had not been adequately recognized by the team of outside expert estimators in setting the original budget. All of these factors have required an increase in the project budget to $48 million. Executive Vice President Slottow pointed out that this is only the second time in the past five years and more than 100 projects that it has been necessary to seek a budget increase after the project has gone out to bid. The increased cost will be funded by the College of Engineering, and the increased scope will be funded from investment income. Regent Brandon commented that the Finance, Audit and Investment Committee takes these matters very seriously, and this situation has generated much discussion within the committee. In addition to the change in scope and market factors, the project estimating had not been up to the University's usual standards, and this will lead to a re-evaluation of the estimating process. However, given these considerations, he said he is convinced that the right thing to do is to move forward despite the increase in the cost of the project. Regent Deitch observed that the University has a huge volume of construction and that he has great admiration for the talents of Associate Vice President Baier. He observed, however, that given the current volume of construction, it may be worth considering increasing the staffing in this area going forward. Regent White pointed out that this project is unique in that it would be difficult to scale it back given all of the safety issues and specialized equipment it involves. However, if this were a different kind of project, there may have been some leeway in eliminating some of the features. Executive Vice President Slottow agreed that this project has very unique technical requirements that require specialized expertise, and said that the comments are well taken and will be carefully considered. On a motion by Regent Deitch, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the revised project scope and budget for the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building Solid State Electronics Lab Addition and Renovation Project as described in the Regents Communication, and authorized issuing the project for bids and awarding construction contracts providing that bids are within the approved budget. UM-Dearborn Safety Office Chancellor Little commented that the certification of the public safety officers on the Dearborn campus is planned to occur in a staged fashion over a period of four years. He noted that there has been much discussion of this proposal on campus, and believes 251

Page  252 February Meeting, 2006 this is a prudent step to take. On a motion by Regent Taylor, seconded by Regent Brandon, the Regents unanimously approved the licensing of UM-Dearborn campus safety officers pursuant to Public Act 120. A five-minute break followed. Public Comments The Public Comments session began at 11:50 a.m. The Regents heard comments from the following individuals, on the topics indicated: Jim Mogensen, citizen, on the town/gown relationship; Alice Ralph, alumna, on the Gordon Hall Historic District; David Boyle, alumnus, on UM neglect toward minorities; Andrea Dewees, student, on support for international students and workers who encounter problems entering the US; Rese Fox, student and member of the Michigan Student Assembly, on general student concerns; and Elizabeth Neilson, student, on the University of Michigan Dance Marathon. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 12:15 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for March 17, 2006. Sally J. Churchill Vice President and Secretary of the University 252

Page  253 MARCH MEETING, 2006 The LUniversity of Mi7chigani March 17, 2006 The Regents convened at 9:25 a-m. in the Regents' Room. Present were President Coleman and Regents Brandon, Deitch, Maynard, McGowan, Newman, Richner, Taylor, and White. Also present were Vice President and Secretary Churchill, Vice President Forrest,In-terim Provost Gramlich, Vice President Harper, Executive Vice President Keich, Vice President Krislov, Chancellor Little, Vice President May, Chancellor Mestas, Vice President Rudgers, Executive Vice President Slottow, and Vice President Wilbatks. Call to Order President Coleman called the meeting to order. Michigan Radio. President Coleman commented that the developments surrounding the University's radio station are of utmost importance, and made the following statement-: "The University and Michigan Public Media share a deep commitment to education and the public good. It is the bedrockq ofourprogramnmning. In particular, -we are proud of Mlichigan Radio's award-winning contributions to informing and educating listeners throughout our state. The recently discovered problems wvith financial controls are completely unacceptable and stand in sharp contrast to the core values of the University of Mifchiganl. University leaders acted immediately upon discovering this information and a thorough audit has been conducted to identij ý and correct all the problems. I wvant to assure our supporters that we will take every possible step to insure that this will not happen again. Public radio eifoys a special trust with its listeners and I am committed to maintaining tatbod wh sup of-IMichigan Radio." University Faculty and Sabbaticals. President Coleman noted that the issue of faculty sabbaticals had recently made headlines in local newspapers, and that the University needs to provide better explanations of the purpose of sabbaticals to the public. She stated that sabbaticals are absolutely essential to scholarship, noting that "knowledge does not progress without research, and a sabbatical leave makes possible intensive research and creativity." Sabbaticals allow faculty uninterrupted time for exhaustive work, which is not possible to do while teaching, conducting on-campus research, and engaging in public service. She gave an example of advances that have been made in AJDS education in Africa and through religious entities by a University faculty member during her sabbatical leave. This experience, which will enhance the knowledge she can impart as a teacher and researcher, will benefit students and society President Coleman highlghedth ach~ievement of Caroly Jantscha 20-year-ol senor in the ~Scho of Musi, wh has been aw:ardedthe o siin of prncipaltua with the prestiigious Ph~iladelphia Orhestr, makking:herboth the first woan; tua.player to sit with a: major America symhn orcestra and the younget member of this 253

Page  254 March Meeting, 2006 orchestra. Regent McGowan agreed that this is an astonishing accomplishment forthis young woman. President Coleman also commented on the University's recently announced initiative to expand its outreach efforts to community college transfer students from low and moderate income families. Regent Deitch thanked President Coleman for her leadership in moving forward on the Michigan Radio matter, and alsocommended the effrts by the Regents' Finance, Audit and Investment Committee, chaired by Regent Bradon and including Regents White and McGowan. The committee's work has been very important in ensuring public trust in the Regents' goveance of the University. Presentation: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy President Coleman introduced Rebecca Blank, dean of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Dean Blank noted that the mission of the school is to prepare students for leadership in areas of public affairs and public policy and to do research on topics that illuminate issues of public policy and public policy analysis. She gave a brief history of the school and noted that it is consistently ranked among the top five in the nation. She descibed the school's curriculum and the careers itsgraduates pursue, as well as the demographics and backgrounds of its students. Dean Blank pointed out the school's traditional strengths in economic and quantitative analysis of policy and social policy as well as more recent areas of international policy and science policy. She noted that a joint, interdisciplinary Ph.D. program was started in 2000 and it receives more than 120 applications for 6-8 available slots each year. The school's newest program is an undergraduate policy studies degree, with an initial size of 100 stdents. Dean Blank discussed the school's faculty, which consists of regular academic faculty as well as practitioners in the non-academic arena. She also noted that the school has three major research centers. With respect to the budget, DeanBlank reported that theschool has enjoyed recent substantial growth in tuition revenues, direct and indirect researh funding, and gift and endowment income. Recruiting and retaining faculty are the biggest challenges she faces as a dean. Finally, she noted that the school will be moving into its own new building, Joan and Sanford Weill Hall, in August 2006. She said that she does not anticipate the school aiming to greatly increase its size after moving into the new facility. A discussion followed during which Dean Blank responded to comments and questionsfrom the Regents. Vice President May commented hat under Dean Blank's leadership, fundraising in the school has grown dramatically, and the school was the first to have met its Michigan Difference campaign goal. It was noted that the new building is to be dedicated October 13, 2006, and that former president Gerald R. Ford and his family expect to be in attendance. 254

Page  255 March Meeting, 2006 Presentation: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design ("LEED") Associate Vice President Hank Baier gave a presentation describing the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Program, which is a program created by the U.S. Green Building Council that promotes environmentally-responsible and sustainable buildings. The program sets environmental standards for site development, water and energy efficiencies, materialsand resources, and indoor environmental air quality. Henoted that the LEED progam involves a score card system in which 69 points is the highest possible number of points. There are four levels of certification: "Cetified" (26-32 points); "Silver" (33-38 points); "Gold" (39-51 points); and "Platinum" (52 or more points). Mr. Baier commented that the School of Natural Resources and Environment's Dana Building had achieved the Gold level ofLEED certification, and that two current projects, the Stephen R. Ross School of Business facility and C.S. Mott Children's and Women's Hospital projects, are currently going through the certification process. He said that all major University projects use the LEED score card as a type of internal guideline, but the University does not seek certification formost projects. Mr. Baer said that there are six LEED scoring categories: "Sustainable Sites" (14 possible points); "Water Efficiency" (5 possible points); "Energy and Atmosphere" (17 possible points); "Materials and Resources" (13 possible points); "Indoor Environmental Quality (15 possible points); and "Innovation and Design Process" (5 possible points), and described the requireents within each scoring category ad how the University approaches each of these requirements. He pointed out that the University meets many of the requirements within a nuberof the categories as a matter of course, but in some cases the requirements are either not appropriate or not cost-effective or are otherwise impractical for theparticular building or site. Mr. Baier comented that the LEED point system changes over time, in some areas recognizing steps that the University already has taken, such as regionalstorm water planning, as being wothy of garnering points. He also pointed out that the University works with manufacturers of such environmentally friendly items as waterless urinals in order to improve their efficacy and cost efficiency. Mr. Baier noted that most University projects achieve about 20-28 points, so many could be LEED certified if the University chose to pursue certification. He described the University's priorities, which consist of life cycle versus construction costs, energy savings, cost-effective environmental performance, durability, competition in procurement to control costs, cost control versus cost to recycle construction materials, occupant preferences versus imposed criteria, a priority on aesthetic reativity and public spaces, and schedule versus time for commissioning. Mr. Baier said that the University estimates that LEED certification increases project costs by 1-10% depending on the complexity of the project and certification level, and that the University is continuously monitoring the LEED program to note how its irquirements change. It is also re-evaluating design guidelines, particularly in the area of energy efficiency. He said that a number of efforts are underway to achieve energy reduction in existing buildings, pointing out that the environmental impact and cost savings of reducing energy consumption would dwarf any incremental increase that could be achieved through the LEED certification process. 255

Page  256 March Meeting, 2006 Executive Vice President Kelch thanked Mr. Baier and his staff for educating him and his staff on these issues, and said he was pleased that the C.S. MottChildren's and Women's Hospital Project would be seeking LEED certification. Committee Reports Finance, Audit and Investment Committee. Regent Brandon reviewed the topics the committee had covered durng its meeting the day before, noting that Regents White and McGowan also serve onthat committee. The committee first reviewed the A-133 external audit with University and HealthSyste officials and representatives from the University's external auditors, Pricewaterhouse Coopers. Glowing feedback was received from the independent auditors regarding the University's perfomnce against industrybenchmarks. The committee also reviewed the University's gap analysis and implementation relative to Sarbanes-Oxley "best practices." This project is being led by Associate Vice President Peggy Norgren with assistce from Controller Cheryl Soperand Carol Senneff, executive directorof University audits. The committeeheld a preliminary discussion about the contract and fees for conducting the next external financial statement audit, and it received a regular bimonthly internal audit report from Ms. Senneff. A follow-up discussion was also held with Provost Ned Gramlich regarding management of the endowment distributions over tine. Regent Brandon reported that the committee had also met with Ms. Senneff and Ms. Jeanette Baltimore, a University Audits staff member who is leading the audit investigation of Michigan Radio. He said that the committee and the Board have been very responsive to this issue, and made the following comments: The Finance, Audit and Investment Committee is called the "Audit Committee" for a reason. We ae engaged and very very interested in making sure the financial controls and reporting that we have at the University are the best that they can be. One ofthe things we looked for when this was first brought to our attention earlier this year is the "tone at the top," which means, how does senior management react when a problem is identified. I'm pleased to report that our senior management team was cooperative, engaged, responsive, and was completely transparent in the way that they approached the investigation of this issue and identifing exactly what happened. Most importantly, they put a plan together to react to that and get this on a diferent trajectory. So the committee has been engaged with the president, with Carol, and with Jeanette and all of the diferent areas of the University, including DPS I can assure you we are taking steps and implementing measures to make sure that the integrity of the financial controls and adherence to policies at Michigan Media and throughout the University are the best that they can be. In the earlier stages we called this "Phase I." I think S is to be complimented and recognized for the work that they did, and also Internal Audit, including Carol Senneff and Jeanette Baltimore. They focused on the specific area of wrongdoing, they dealt aggressively with the management failures and the individuals involved in the unlawfid acts, and I am completely satisfied that we did everything we could do in responding to that situation. I also want the community to know that we have engaged in further audit investigations throughout the entire enterprise of Michigan Media to make sure that we have identified any weaknesses in controls. We have engaged the assistance of our independent auditors to make sure that sufficient resources are available. We've 256

Page  257 March Meeting, 2006 retained an outside cc isultant to make sure that we implement the kind of financial controls needed to have the assurance and trust that adequate financial systems and controlsare resia to aloiv ths enlei crols aeresent1o allw this eprise to do its work and do it in a high quality way.We 're very satisfied a l this point that we 'ye got this on track. There is still work to be done, but I just want to report to the cc mumnih that you r audit cci ii iittee is all over it and cares a lot about making sure that we get it right. Personnel, Compensation and Governance Committee. Regent Taylor reported that he and committee members Deitch and Richner, along with Regents Newman and Maynard, considered a number of agenda topics, including updates on searches. They also reviewed guidelines and procedures for expense account reporting and would continue to consider this topic. The Regents then turned to the consent agenda. Consent Ag enda Minutes. Vice President Churchill submitted for approval the minutes of the meeting of February 17, 2006. Reports. Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the Investment Report, the Plant Extension Report, and the Hluman Resources and Affirmative Action (HRAA) Report. He reported that the UMIHC Arbor Lakes Medical Center Information Techniology Parallel Computing Center Project is completed, and this represents a significant accomplishment in safety and security with respec to disaster recovery backup for Hospitals IT operations, as well as the University's enterprise-wide administrative systems. Litigation Report. Vice President Krislov submitted the Litigation Report. Research Report. Vice President Forrest submitted the Report of Projects Established., March 1- 3 1,1 2006. Un ivers~ity of Michigan Health System. There was no additional report. Division of Student Affairs. Vice President Harper commented that nearly 400 students had participated in Alterative Spring Break programs, serving with local community agencies across North Aminerica. A campus-wide reflection on their experences had been held earlier in the week. She also reported on the "Knit-wits" organization, which distributes hand-knit items to community service organizations throuhout the country. University of Michig gan-Flint. Chancellor Mestas distributed a copy of the final version of the UM-Flint Strategic Plan for 2005-2010. He noted that one of the plan's prorities is to internationalize the campus, and to that end, he introduced several MBA students1from1 P t1he Aiane Business AcademyinT IndiaIwho areI enolled at theAUM-F'in t and were pr~esent t:o observ the Retgents' Meeting., Chancell:orf MeIs~tasals announce~dd students have a signficantly higher degre of satisfacio wit their university experience than the nlationalaverage for all universites Chancellor Mest~as also: expressed support for the rIec;dommnain for an ~ honorar degree to Ibe jpreseted tEo William S. Whte, notingthat under his leadership, theC.S. 257

Page  258 March Meeting, 2006 Mott Foundation has been the consistent and generous benefactor of the Flint and Ann Arbor campuses and of the Flint community. University of Michigan-Dearborn. No report was submitted. Michigan Student Assembly Report. President Coleman noted that MSA President Jesse Levine would be completing his ter this month and that this would be his last report to the Regents. Mr. Levine reviewed the accomplishments of MSA during his tenure, noting that "the assembly is in great shape." He said that upcoming issues include campus safety, work with the Ann Arbor City Council about off-campus housing, alumni outreach, and the cost of textbooks. Voluntary Support. Vice President May submitted the Report of Voluntary Support for February 2006. He reported that the $2 billion mark had recently been achieved toward the $2.5 billion campaign goal. A mid-campaign celebration is scheduled for October 2006. Vice President May also commented that the public phase of the faculty and staff solicitation program is being kcked-off this month, with $42 million already having been committed so far by faculty and staff during the "quiet" phase. Bonnie Ackley, Ann Arbor for support in the Clements Library, for the Spring to Life Event Fund in the Medical School, the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art, the Alumni Association, and the University Musical Society.................................................... $21,300 Alliance for Lupus Research, New York, New York for research in the Medical School.................................... 62,500 Alro Steel Foundation, Jackson for support in the Department of Athletics....................................... 15,400 American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Life Sciences Institute, the Medical School, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts...................................................... 221,086 American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C. for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................. 67,000 American College of Rheumatology, Atlanta, Georgia for research in the Medical School...................................... 25,000 American Dental Education Association, Washington, D. C. for support in the School of Dentistry.............................................. 41,667 American Diabetes Association, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia for research and other support in the Medical School.................................... 386,016 American Federation for Aging Research, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School......................................... 149,364 American Heart Association, Inc., Dallas, Texas for research in the Medical School........................................... 121,188 American Lung Association, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................. 55,000 Amgen, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California for support in the Medical School and the University Hospitals............................. 49,750 AronoffFoundation, Inc., Bloomfield Hills for research in the Medical School............................................... 25,000 Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia for esearchin the Medical School.................................. 27,500 Arthritis Foundation Michigan Chapter, Southfield for research in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 65,417 Arthritis National Research Foundation, Long Beach, California for research in the Medical School................................................ 25,000 ASPA Pension Education Research Foundation, Inc., Arlington, Virginia for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................,......... 28,000 Auto Club Group, Dearborn for support in the Transportation Research Institute....................................... 10,000 Avfuel Corporation, Ann Arbor for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................... 17,800 Bawd Foundation, New York, New York for the Derek Karl Branch Memorial Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......... 34,000 258

Page  259 March Meeting, 2006 Leonard J. Baxt, Washington, D. C. for the Building Fund in the Law School.................................. 40,000 Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, LLC, Elyria, Ohio for support in the Transportation Research Institute......................................... 15,000 Mandell L. Berman, Southfield for the Sol Drachler Program in Jewish Communal Service in the School of Social Work............ 15,000 Brauer Investment Company, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society............................................... 15,000 Breast Cancer Research Foundation, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................. 499,734 Robert J. Buckler, Ann Arbor 1,044 shares of DTE Energy Company common stock for the Robert and Victoria Buckler Atletic Scholarship in the Department of Athletics............. 44,678 Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for research in the MedicaolSchool and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............. 462,108 Campbell Fund, Ann Arbor for the David A. Bloom Endowed Professorship Fund in the Medical School................... 2,000,000 William C. Cassebaum, Ann Arbor 300 shares of Mellon Financial Corporation common stock for scholarships in the School of Music............................................ 10,746 Cataphora, Inc., Redwood City, California for support in the College of Engineering.................................... 10,000 Neil Chesen, Malvem, Pennsylvania for the Michigan Annual Fund............................................... 25,000 Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan, Southfield for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center....................................... 10,000 Walter H. Clark, Jr., Hancock, New Hampshire 5,000 shares of Oopsware, Inc., common stock for the New England Literature Program Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..... 39,650 President Mary Sue Coleman and Dr. Kenneth Coleman, Ann Arbor 680 units of DFA Emerging Markets Portfolio mutual funds for the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Undergraduate Fund, the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Fund in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, the Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman Endowed Life Sciences Fund, and the Leslie Kish International Fellows Fund in the Institute for Social Research, and for the Building Fund in the Museum of Art, the Trotter House, the University Musical Society, WFUM, and WUOM......................... 15,276 Comerica Bank Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society........................................10,000 Alfred F. Conard, Kenneth Square, Pennsylvania 1,175 shares of Johnson Controls, Inc., common stock and a cash gift for support in the Law School................................................ 100,629 Convergys Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio for scholarships in the College of Engineering....................................... 15,000 Jane D. Cooch Estate for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..................................... 90,400 Peter G. Corriveau, Farmington for research in the Medical School................................................. 25,000 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Bethesda, Maryland for research and other support in the Medical School and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................................ 176,130 David Revocable Trust 414 shares of various corporate common stock for the Rensis Likert Fund for Research on Survey Methodology in the Institute for Social Research........................... 23,040 Delta Dental Fund, Lansing for support in the School of Dentistry................................................23,700 Dermatology Foundation, Evanston, Illinois for research in the Medical School.............................................. 35,000 Dow Chemical Company, Midland for support in the College of Engineering......................................... 10,000 DTE Energy Foundation, Detroit for the University of Michigan-Dearborn, the University Musical Society, and WUOM............. 65,000 Ruth A. Duellman Estate for the Duellman Graduate Student Research Fund and the Myles E. Duellman Memoria Fund in the College of Pharmacy................................................ 540,000 (Gunter Dufey Trust of the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, Boston, Massachusetts for graduate student support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................... 18,000 Michelle Adams Duffett, Geneva, Illinois for scholarships in the Department of Athletics................................... 10,000 259

Page  260 March Meeting, 2006 Gayle E. Ellias, White Lake for research in the Comprehensive Cancer Center........................................ 10,000 Essex Healthcare Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia for the Christobel Kotelawela Weerasinghe Endowed Fund in the Centeorfor the Education of Women and for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art............................ 14,000 Fight for Sight, New York, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................................. 10,000 Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher, Southfield for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.......................... 71,428 Ford Foundation, New York, New York for the Michigan Journalism Fellows Program, William C. Richardson Fellowship for Public Policy... 15,000 Ford Motor Company, Dearborn for research in the College of Engineering, and for the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the University Musical Society........................................ 310,000 Foundation for Digestive Health and Nutrition, Bethesda, Maryland for research in the Medical School................................................ 16,250 Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation, Bloomfield Hills for the University Musical Society...........................................20,000 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Austin, Texas for research in the College of Engineering...................................... 25,000 Melvin Friedland, New York, New York for scholarships and other support in the Department of Athletics............................ 24,800 Gallup Organization, Lincoln, Nebraska for the Gallup Europe Fellows Fund in Survey Methodology in the Institute for Social Research...... 50,000 Kerry A. Galvin, Houston, Texas for support in the Law School........................................................ 20,000 Gelman Educational Foundation, Ann Arbor for the Charles and Rita Gelman Risk Science Professorship and other support in the School of Public Health......................................................... 163,722 General Electric Company, East Cleveland, Ohio for support in the Transportation Research Institute....................................... 15,000 General Motors Corporation, Warren for research in the College of Engineering...................................... 560,000 Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, San Francisco, California for support in the School of Music............................................. 14,000 John K. Goodrich, Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the John K. Goodrich Discretionary Library Fund in the University Library................... 10,500 Eugene and Emily Grant Foundation, New York, New York for special exhibitions support in the Museum of Art and for the Thayer Graduate Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.............................................. 60,000 Greater Kansas City Community Foundation and Affiliated Trusts, Kansas City, Missouri for the Millennium Project Support Fund in the School of Information.......................... 42,500 John F. Greene & Company, Silverthorne, Colorado 1,000 shares of Burlington Resources, Inc., common stock for the Henry N. Pollack Endowed Graduate Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................... 89,755 Kalvin M. Grove, Saint Petersburg, Florida for scholarships in the Department ofAthletics.......................................... 10,000 Michael and Mary Kay Hallman Fund of the Seattle Foundation, Seattle, Washington for the Building Project Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...................... 50,000 Jackson L. Hammitt, Rapid City, South Dakota for support at the University of Michigan........................................ 78,000 Velma E. Harness, Los Angeles, California for the Ada Sue Hinshaw Fund in the School of Nursing................................. 10,000 Tarek S. Hassan, Ann Arbor for scholarships in the Department of Athletics.......................................... 14,000 HCA Foundation, Nashville, Tennessee for the Harold and Vivian Shapiro Undergraduate Library Fund in the University Library......... 15,000 Heatcraft, Grenada, Mississippi for research in the College of Engineering............................................45,000 Mitchell L. Henderson, Birmingham for scholarships in the Department of Athletics............................................ 20,000 Mary V. Herlitz, Nantucket, Massachusetts for the Herlitz Lupus Research Fund in the Medical School.................................. 10,000 Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, California for electrical engineering and computer science support in the College of Engineering.............. 60,000 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Menlo Park, California for support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment........,..................... 10,000 260

Page  261 March Meeting, 2006 HSBC North America, New York, New York for employee matching gifts............................................. 11,350 Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California for research in the College of Engineering..................................... 50,000 Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Skillman, New Jersey for employee matching gifts............................................ 60,310 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research in the Schools of Medicine and Public Health.................................. 490,835 Thomas C. Jones, Northport 9,000 shares of Cigna Corporation common stock for support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business...................................1,108,620 Loretta B. Jones Estate for scholarships in the School of Education............................................ 41,149 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, New York, New York for research in the Medical School................................................ 356,709 Kalliopeia Foundation, San Rafael, California for research in the Medical School.................................................. 19,827 Kaydon, Ann Arbor for the University Musical Society................................................. 50,000 Keywell, LLC, Chicago, Illinois for the Basketball Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics, and for the TMI Endowed Scholarship in the College of Engineering, and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business............ 200,000 Kiwanis of Michigan Foundation, Petoskey for the Child and Family Life Fund........................................... 14,852 Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Daejeon, North Korea for the KAIST Collaboration Fund in the College of Engineering................................ 36,500 Peter M. Labadie, Oak Park, Illinois for the Peter M. Labadie and Suzanne L. Saxman Scholarship Fund in the College of Pharmacy...... 10,000 Harvey E. Lemmen, Grand Rapids for the Harvey E. Lemmen Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Reed Dingman Professorship in Plastic Surgery in the Medical School.......................... 150,000 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, White Plains, New York for research in the Medical School....................................... 100,000 David E. Liddle, Los Altos Hills, California for the Computer Science and Engineering Building Fund in the College of Engineering........... 125,000 Eli Lilly & Company Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana for the Eli Lilly PhD Fellowship in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............... 50,000 Stanford Lipsey, Buffalo, New York 11 shares of Berkshire Hathaway common stock and a cashgift for the Stanford Lipsey 2006 Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Stanford Lipsey Student Publications Building Renovation Fund....................... 2,000,413 John S. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, Illinois for research in the Institute for Social Research and the School of Natural Resources and Environment.......................................................... 326,000 Michael P. Manley, Flint for the C. S. Mott Children's Hospital Construction Project Fund..........................10,000 Neil R. Mann Chapman and Cutler, Chicago, Illinois 660 shares of various corporate common stock for the Building Fund in the Law School........... 29,161 Manoogian Simone Foundation, New York, New York for the Suny-Turkish/Armenian Workshop in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts....... 25,000 March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, White Plains, New York for research in the Life Sciences Institute and the Medical School.......................... 150,000 Irwin and Fran Martin Charitable Fund at the Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving, San Francisco, California for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthur Miller Theatre........................................ 10,000 Masco Corporation, Taylor for the University Musical Society and for employee matching gifts............................. 33,100 Ralph L. McCormick, Palos Verdes Peninsula, California for the Ralph L. McCormick Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of aerospace engineering support in the College of Engineering........................................... 15,000 Melanoma Research Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for research in the Medical School............................................. 25,000 Miller Parking Company, Detroit for the Indoor Training Facility Fund in the Department of Athletics............................. 10,000 Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg, Illinois for support in the College of Engineering........................................ 20,000 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint for employee matching gifts..................................................13,650 261

Page  262 March Meeting, 2006 Muscular Dystrophy Association, Tucson, Arizona for research in the M edical School........................................... 68,237 National City Bank, Ann Arbor for special exhibitions support in the Museum of Art............................... 15,000 National Hemophilia Foundation, New York, New York for research and other support in the Life Sciences Institute................................. 28,000 National Organization for Hearing Research, Narberth, Pennsylvania for research in the Medical School.............................................. 40,000 William A. Newman, Ann Arbor for the Baseball Stadium Construction Fund in the Department of Athletics....................... 20,000 Roger S. Newton, Ann Arbor for research and other support in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Music... 50,500 Northrop Grumman Foundation, Los Angeles, California for employee matching gifts................................ 15,250 Tim O'Day, Hinsdale, Illinois for the Timothy O'Day Endowment Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business..............25,000 Casper Y. Offutt, Jr., Atherton, California three shares of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., common stock for the Offutt Family Presidential Scholarship Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................................................... 268,050 David and Lucille Packard Foundation, Los Altos, California for scholarships in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts......................... 20,000 Robert T. and Bonnie P. Paine, Albuquerque, New Mexico 200 shares of Intuitive Surgical,, Inccommon stock for the Paine Family/Herbert & Margaret Boter Trapp Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts........................................................... 20,335 Pfizer Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for employee matching gifts.................................................... 82,136 Pfizer, Inc., New York, New York for scholarships and other support in the Division of Kinesiology, the Medical School, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.................................... 48,000 Arnold C. Pohs, Scottsdale, Arizona for the Pohs Research Fund in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts................. 1,000,000 Prostate Cancer Foundation, Santa Monica, California for research in the School of Dentistry............................... 100,000 Research to Prevent Blindness Endowment Fund, Inc., New York, New York for research in the Medical School......................................... 50,000 Sally B. Roach, Ann Arbor 251 shares of various corporate common stock for the Sally B. and Thomas A. Roach Charitable Gift Annuity for the ultimate benefit of the Henderson House....................................................... 11,627 Joseph and Rose Rontal Foundation, Farmington Hills for support in the Department of Athletics, for the Eugene and Ellen Rontal Family Resident Education Fund in the Medical School, and for the an o e geed Ellen Rontal Pre-College Mentoring Fund..........................................................21,600 Rosebud Foundation, Dexter for support in the Medical School and the University Hospitals............................... 13,000 Richard A. and Hope S. Rosen Living Trust for the Walgreen Drama Center-Arthurer Miller Theatre in the School of Music..................... 20,000 Andrew B. Rosenblatt, Coconut Grove, Florida for the Jose ose Alvarez Research Professorship in Thoracic Surgery in the Medical School......... 10,000 Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York for research in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts............................. 30,095 Schlumberger Technology Corporation, Sugar Land, Texas for research in the College of Engineering........................................... 30,000 Robert G. Schuur, New York, New York 1,000 shares of Alliance Bancshares/CA common stock for support in the Law School................................................... 15,250 Laura U. Schwartz, Sands Point, New York for the Laura and Howard Schwartz Endowment Fund and the Anne Frank Fund by Laura and Howard Schwartz in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts..................... 10,000 Allen J. Sedman, Estero, Florida 10,400 shares of Pfizer, Inc., common stock for the Allen J. Sedman Charitable Remainder Unitrust Fund for the ultimate benefit of the Aileen and Allen Sedman Endowed Fund......................................... 265,928 Seidman Family Foundation, Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Building Fund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy............................. 30,000 Sepracor, Inc., Marlborough, Massachusetts for the Michael S. Aldrich Sleep Medicine in Neurology Fund in the Medical School.............. 25,000 262

Page  263 March Meeting, 2006 Sesi Investment, Inc.,p,`silanti for the University Musical Society..... 12,500 Elwood andC'arol Srimon Philan1thropic Fund of theJewish Federation oflMetropolitan Detroit, Bloorafield Hills for the Allen S. Lichter Professorship in Radiation Oncology in the Medical School................ 10,000 Jean E. Simpson Estate for research and other support in the StephenMR. Ross School of Business and the Medical School and for the Building Fund in the Law School., in memory of the Honorable John Simpson......... 580,000 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, New York for support at the University of Mi.126,000 Pamela M. Smith, Bedford, Massachusetts 170 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation comtmon stock for scholarships in the Center for the Education of Women................................... 10,437 Spinal Cord Research Foundation, Washington, D. C. for support in the Medical School.................................................22,500 Steelcase, Inc., Grand Rapids for the BuildingRFund in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy..................... 50000 Jeffrey and Susan Stem Philanthropic Fund of the Je:wish Communal Fund, New York, New York for support in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts,.................,............... 50,000 Tempting Tables, Muskegon for research in the Comprehen sive CancerC n r.......................... 55.,000 Anne NM1. Thomre Estate fior research in the Miedical School............................................. 72,000 Charles V. Thornton, III, San Francisco, California for the Building Fund and other support in the Law School............................12,500 Charles.J. Trick, Livonia for support in the Department of Athletics and the Medical School....................... 105,600 Trotman Family Charitable Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program, Southeastern., Pennsylvania for support in the Comprchensive Cancer Center, in memory of Alex Trotman........10,000 Universal Music Group, Santa Monica, Califoria for the University Musical Society.................................................... 12,500 Viscogliosi Brothers, LLC, New York, Newý York" )- 0 for the Viscogliosi Center at the University ofMichigan-Dearborn.......... 5,00 Karen Wallace Johnson. Houston, Texas for the Field Hockey Turf Project in the Department of Athletics..............,....,..... 20,000 Washington Mutual Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey for employee nmatching gfs..... 10,100.............. Joyce L. Watson, Aspen, Colorado 850 shares of Lfecore Biomedical, Intc., common stock for the Building Project Fund in the Museum of Art....................................10,064 Wege Foundation, Grand Rapids for scholarships and other support in the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy........................................ 42, 00 0 Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for graduaite student support in thie College of Engineering............................... 130,000 Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation, Federal Way, Washington for scholarships in the School of Natural Resources and Environment........................ 10,000 Joseph D. Williamison, II, Salinas, California for the Building Project Fund in the Stephen M. Ross School of B 1;3.5 00,000 Ralph Wilson Medical Research Foundation, Grosse Pointe Farms for research in the Medical School............,............................ 200,000 Robert L. Wood, Roxbury, Connecticut for the Academic Center in the Dep-artmentof Athletics.................................. 35,000 263

Page  264 March Meeting, 2006 Additional gifts ranging from $5,000 following donors: ABN AMRO Norih America, Chicago, Illinois Richard J. Allen, Ann Arbor American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, New York, New York Anonymous Donor APS & Associates, San Francisco, California V. Elayne Arterbery, Rochester Barton-Malow Company, Southfield Jack L. Berman, Los Angeles, California BorgWarner, Inc., Auburn Hills Robert Bosch Corporation, South Bend, Indiana Lawrence L. Bullen, Jackson John W. Burau, Gaylord Vincent C. Butkiewicz, Quebec, Canada Cancer Research Institute, Inc., New York, New York James E. Carey, Jr., Ann Arbor Vivian L. Carpenter, Birmingham Russell L. Cassar, Oceanside, New York CFI Group, Ann Arbor Chelsea Rhone Company, LLC, Ann Arbor Clark Hill PLC, Detroit Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey Com-Corp Industries, Cleveland, Ohio Kristen Courtney, Okemos Garvie T. Craw, Little Silver, New Jersey Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group, Hermitage, Tennessee Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering, Detroit William G. Earle, Key Biscayne, Florida Eaton Charitable Fund, Cleveland, Ohio Epilepsy Foundation of America, Landover, Maryland Andrew V. Farbman, Franklin Murray J. Feiwell, Carmel, Indiana Flint Institute of Arts, Flint W. Raymond C. Ford, Jacksonville, Florida Donald J. Fraser, Lake Mary, Florida Richard J. Gardner, Ann Arbor Richard L. Geltman, New York, New York General Dynamics Land Systems, Lima, Ohio Benn Gilmore, Plymouth John W. Glace, Femdale Chevrolet Motor Division, Warren Jack P. Gunter, Dallas, Texas Craig P. Haley, Amherst, New Hampshire Bruce T. Halle, Paradise Valley, Arizona Ralph C. Heid, Jr., Plymouth Helen Davis Charitable Lead Trust Hewlett-Packard Company, Colorado Springs, Colorado to $9,999 in value were received from the Barry P. Hoffman, Plymouth Daniel K. Hussey, Spring Lake Issa Foundations, Ann Arbor Bruce M. Jacob, West Bloomfield Robert C. Johnson Estate Kenneth Keene, Brookfield, Connecticut Kitch, Drutchas, Wagner, Denardis & Valitutti, Detroit Helen and Bernard KozloffFamily Foundation, Chicago, Illinois KPMG Foundation, Montvale, New Jersey Alan F. Krauss, Raleigh, North Carolina Sally LaMarra, Brighton Anthony C. Lembke, Summit, New Jersey Leukemia Research Foundation, Skokie, Illinois Lumera Corporation, Bothwell, Washington Lutheran Community Foundation, Minneapolis, Minnesota Chalmers J. Lyons Academy of Oral Surgery, Port Huron Marathon Oil Company Foundation, Findlay, Ohio Anne L. McGCrw, Walnut Creek, California Arnold P. Morawa, Ann Arbor Mosaic Foundation of R. & P. Heydon, Ann Arbor Mosaic Foundation, McLean, Virginia Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota National Organization for Rare Disorders, Danbury, Connecticut Nebraska Book Company, Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska Robert D. Oliver, Ann Arbor Pharmacia, Princeton, New Jersey John M. Quitmeyer, Minneapolis, Minnesota Gary R. Rice, Wilton, Connecticut Aaron R. Ross, Longboat Key, Florida Seremet Family Foundation, Potomac, Maryland Thomas F. Slatkin, Beverly Hills, California Susquehanna Foundation, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania TCF National Bank, Ann Arbor Time, Inc., New York, New York Truck-Lite Company, Inc., Falconer, New York Turner Construction Company, Dallas, Texas Varnum iddg,Ridding, Schmidt & Hwlett LLP, Grand Rapids Horn-Lay Wang, Canton Robert D. Welchli, Grosse Pointe Farms Welsh Living Trust Kimberly L. Williamson, Saline Georgetta A. Wolff, Huntington Beach, California 264

Page  265 March Meeting, 2006 The following non-monetary gifts-in-kind were received: Andrew B. Bigelow, Novi one Steinway model A piano for the School of Music Jerome Cushrman, Santa Monica, California a large collection of posters, broadsides, printer's proofs, and other printed materials for the University Library Constance F. Harris, Beverly Hills, California a collection of books, art, and ritual objects for the Jewish Heritage Collection in the University Library Irwin T. Holtzman, Bloomfield Hills a collection of books and other printed material by or about William Faulkner and Joseph Brodsky and printed material of Israeli Judaica for the University Library Jo Anne Horsley, Ann Arbor an original Florence Nightingale private letter for the School of Nursing Ping Lee, Birmingham a large collection of Chinese ceramics for the Museum of Art Daisy Lovain, Garden City a large collection of postcard photographs for the Clements Library Cynthia Motzenbecker, Royal Oak a large collection of photographs for the Clements Library Daniel A. Redstone, West Bloomfield a large collection of architecture, art, and landscape slides for the University Library Eliel G. Redstone, Corte Madera, California a large collection of architecture, art, and landscape slides for the University Library Ricardo, Inc., Belleville three Mazda/Ford Escape prototype engines and one Mazda/Ford Escape Hybrid engine for the College of Engineering Sun Microsystems, Menlo Park, California one Sun Microsystems Worksystem for the College of Engineering David V. Tinder, Dearborn a large collection of tintype and other miscellaneous format photographs for the Clements Library Lisa Wesner, Birmingham a sculpture by Joseph Wesner for the University of Michigan-Dearborn Art Collection Personnel Actions and Personnel Reports. Provost Gramlich submitted a number of personnel actions and reports. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITH TENURE Effective March 17, 2006 Hussain, Maha H.A., M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine and Professor of Urology, Medical School Zou, Weiping, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Medical School NEW APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS FOR REGULAR ASSOCIATE AND FULL PROFESSOR RANKS, WITHOUT TENURE Effective on the dates indicated Jiang, John Yebin, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Radiology, Medical School, March 17, 2006 Tzeng, Huey-Ming, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing, March 1, 2006-May 31, 2011 JOINT APPOINTMENTS OR TRANSFERS OF REGULAR ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSORS AND SELECTED ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Taylor, Traki L., Associate Professor of Education with tenure, also appointed Associate Dean, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services, January 1, 2006-January 31, 2008 265

Page  266 March Meeting, 2006 ESTABLISHING AND RENAMING PROFESSORSHIPS AND SELECTED ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Effective on the dates indicated Correction to Name of Existing Collegiate Professorship W. H. Auden Collegiate Professorship in English Languageanguage and Literature, corrected to W. H. Auden Collegiate Professorship in the History and Theory of Sexuality, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, March 1, 2006 Establishment of Endowed Professorships Dr. Robert C. And Veronica Atkins Professorship in Metabolism, Medical School, March 17, 2006 David A. Bloom Professorship in Urology, Medical School, March 17, 2006 Jeremiah and Claire Turcotte Professorship in Transplantation Surgery, Medical School, March 17, 2006 Establishment of ollegiate Professorships Reed O. Dingman Collegiate Professorship in Plastic Surgery, Medical School, March 17, 2006 William S. Smith Collegiate Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery, Medical School, March 17, 2006 OTHER PERSONNEL TRANSACTIONS Effective March 17, 2006 unless otherwise indicated Appointments to Collegiate Professorships Ni, Jun, Shien-Ming (Sam) Wu Collegiate Professor of Manufacturing and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, April 1, 2006-March 31, 2011 Thompson, Levi T., Jr., Richard E. Balzhiser Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Chemical Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, April 1, 2006-March 31, 201 1 Appointments to Endowed Pro fessorships Burant, Charles F., Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Professor of Metabolism, Medical School, April 1, 2006-March 31, 2011 Kaufman, Randal J., Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor in Medicine, Medical School, April 1, 2006 Wolf, J. Stuart, Jr., David A. Bloom Professor of Urology, Medical School, April 1, 2006-March 3 1, 2011 Reappointment to a Named Professorship Dutton, Jane E., William Russell Kelly Professor in Business Administration, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2006-August 31, 2011 Slemrod, Joel B., Paul W. McCracken Professor of Business Economics, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, September 1, 2006-August 31, 2011 Other Transactions Establishment of position of Assistant Chair, Education Department, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services, January 1, 2006 Sutcliffe, Kathleen, Associate Dean for Faculty and Development Research, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, July 1, 2006-June 30, 2009 Sanjian, Ara, Associate Professor of History, without tenure, UM-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, change in effective date of appointment from September 1, 2005 to January 1, 2006, and correction of appointment period from university year to calendar year Rea pointment of Past Recipients of Arthur F. Thurnau Professorships Adams, William. J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Alexander, William R., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Amrine, Frederick R., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Anderson, Elizabeth S., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Assanis, Dionissios N., College of Engineering Bryant, Bunyan, School of Natural Resources and Environment Ball, Deborah L., School of Education Barber, James R., College of Engineering Barnes, Burton V., School of Natural Resources and Environment Beaver, Frank E., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Brown, Susan G., Division of Kinesiology Brown, Morton, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Cameron, H. Don, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts 266

Page  267 March Meeting, 2006 Canning, Kathleen M., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Castagnacci, Vincent E., School of Art and Design Coffin, Edna A., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Coppola, Brian P., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Courant, Paul N., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Dapogny, James, School of Music Douglas, Susan J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Ege, Seyhan N., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Fogler, H. Scott, College of Engineering Ford, Richard I., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Francis, Anthony H., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Frisanco, A. Roberto, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Gehring, William J., College of Literature, Science, and theArts Gordon, Michael D., Stephen M. Ross School of Business Gutierrez, Lorraine M., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Hanlon, Philip J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Herseth, Freda A., School of Music Hilton, Jmes L., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Howard, June M., College of Literature, Science, and theArts Hume, Richard I., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Imperial, Michael J., Medical School Johnson, Timothy R. B., Medical School Jones, J. Wayne, College of Engineering Kirsch, Jean P., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Kivelson, Valerie A., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Krasny, Robert, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Lieberthal, Kenneth G., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Liu, Yili, College of Engineering Lopez, Donald S., Jr., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts McDonald, Terrence J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts McKay, Timothy A., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Moje, Elizabeth B., School of Education Monts, Lester P., School of Music Moore, Scott A., Stephen M. Ross School of Business Najafi, Khalil, College of Engineering Olsen, Laura J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Owen, Robert M., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Parmentier, Edward L., School of Music Parsons, Michael G., College of Engineering Perkins, Noel C., College of Engineering Peterson, Christopher M., College of Literature, Science, and the A Potter, David S., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Powell, Kenneth G., College of Engineering Rabkin, Eric S., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Railton, Peter A., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Rasmussen, Paul G., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Reynolds, H. Robert, School of Music Samson, Perry J., College of Engineering Savage, Phillip E., College of Engineering Scott, Rebecca J., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Siedel, George J., mI, Stephen M. Ross School of Business Sinta, Donald J., School of Music Soloway, Elliot, College of Engineering Speth, John D., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Takahara, Takeshi, School of Art and Design Tinkle, Theresa L., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Ulaby, Fawwaz T., College of Engineering Van der Voo, Rob, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Vandermeer, John H., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Wagner, R. Brent, School of Music Walker, James C. G., College of Engineering Wineman, Alan S., College of Engineering Whittier-Ferguson, John A., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Williams, Ralph G., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Winfil, Herbert G., College of Engineering 267

Page  268 March Meeting, 2006 Yates, J. Frank, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Young, Alford A., Jr., College of Literature, Science, and the Arts ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective January 1-April 30, 2006 unless otherwise indicated Bartz, Robert J., M.S.E., Intermittent Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering Dammeyer, Jennifer A., M.S.N., Lecturer I in Nursing, School of Nursing Goldberg, Michael P., M.S., Lecturer I in Education, UM-Flint School of Education and Human Services Holoshitz, Malli S., Ph.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Educational Studies, School of Education Johnson, Broderick D., B.A., Lecturer I in Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Klungle, Roger G., D.Sc., Lecturer I in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, UM-Dearborn College of Engineering and Computer Science Lorenz, William A., Ph.D., Lecturer I in Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts McGrath, Michael R., Ph.D., Lecturer III in Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, February 1-August 31, 2006 Mess, Lillian, M.S.N., Lecturer I in Nursing, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies Rong, Liya, J.D., Intermittent Lecturer in Law, Law School Tabor, Larry J., Ed.S., Intermittent Lecturer in Education, School of Education Vancise, Amy, M.A., Lecturer I in Music, UM-Flint College of Arts and Sciences ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRATED TO INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY THE LECTURERS' EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION (LEO) EffectiveSeptember, 2005-May 31, 2006 Sedo, Stanley A., Lecturer IV in Economics, research leave, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts TERMINATIONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF REPRESENTED BY TH LECTURERS' EMPLO EE ORGANIZATION (LEO) Effective on the dates indicated Coetzee, Andries W., Lecturer I in Linguistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, resigned, April 30, 2006 Pelletier, Beverly B., Lecturer I in French, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, resigned, December 31, 2005 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED NEW APPOINTMENTS OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Corrado, Stephanie P., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, February 15-August 31, 2006 Dering, Andrew J., M.D., Clinical Lecturer in Anesthesiology, Medical School, January 30-August 31, 2006 Izberk-Bilgin, Elif, M.B.A., Instructor in Marketing, UM-Dearborn School of Management, September 1, 2006-April 30, 2009 Klausmeyer, John B., M.A., Lecturer I in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1, 2006-April 30, 2006 Lattimore, Keri A., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, July 1, 2006-August 31, 2007 Pennathur, Subramaniam, M.B.B.S., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, February 8, 2006-February 7, 2013 Piskorowski, Wilhelm A., D.D.S., Clinical A Profsssor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, February 1,2006-August 31, 2009 Umerori, Hisashi, M.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry, Medical School, February 1, 2006-January 31, 2007 Van Poznak, Catherine H., M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, January 17, 2006-January 16, 2014 268

Page  269 March Meeting, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED PROMOTIONS, JOINT APPOINTMENTS, TRANSFERS, OR DISCIPLINE CHANGES OF REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Adamic, Lada A., from Assistant Professor of Information, to Assistant Professor of Information, School of Information, and Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2008 Al-Hawary, Mahmoud M., from Clinical Lecturer in Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, January 1-September 30, 2006 Cronin, Paul P., from Clinical Lecturer in Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, January l-December 31, 2006 D'Silva, Nisha J., from Assistant Professor of Dentisry, to Assistant Prfessor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, and Assistant Professor of Pathology, Medical School, January 1, 2006-December 31, 2009 Higgins, Peter D., from Clinical Lecturer in Internal Medicine to Assistant Professor iof Internal Medicine, Medical School, January 1-June 30, 2006 Locke, Amy B., from Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine to Clinical Instructor in Family Medicine, Medical School, March 1-August 31,2006 Master-Hunter, Tarannum A., from Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine to Clinical Instructor in Family Medicine, Medical School, January 1-August 31, 2006 McLean, Samuel A., from Clinical Lecturer in Emergency Medicine to Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical School, February 1-December 31, 2006 Minter, Rebecca M., from Assistant Professor of Surgery to Assistant Professor of Medical Education and Assistant Professor of Surgery, November 1, 2005-August 31, 2006 Morag, Yoav, from Clinical Lecturer in Radiology to Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, February 1-August 31, 2006 Weinstein, Jamie S., from Clinical Lecturer in Family Medicine to Clinical Instructor in Family Medicine, Medical School, March 1-August 31, 2006 Yamashita, Junro, from Clinical Lecturer in Prosthodontics, to Assistant Professor of Dentistry, School of Dentistry, March 1, 2006-August 31, 2007 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED EMERITUS/A FACULTY REAPPOLNTMENTS Effective on the dates indicated Burt, Brian A., Professor Emeritus of Dental Public Health, School of Public Health, January 1-May 31, 2006 D'Amato, Constance J., Assistant Professor Emerita of Neurobiology, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 Friedman, David I., Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 Kamopp, Bruce H., Associate Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, January 1-April 30, 2006 Kyes, Robert L., Professor Emeritus of German, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-April 30, 2006 Pandit, Sujit K., Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology, Medical School, January 1-December 31, 2006 Shevrin, Howard, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Medical School, and Professor Emeritus of Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, January 1-December 31, 2006 Thoene, Jess G., Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, September 19, 2005-March 31, 2006 ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Abney, Steven P., Associate Professor of Linguistics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, without tenure, College of Engineering, and Associate Professor of Information, without tenure, School of Information, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Anderson, Paul A., Assistant Professor of American Culture and Assistant Professor of Afro-American and African Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 269

Page  270 March Meeting, 2006 Brace, Charles L., Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Countryman, Matthew J., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of American Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, extended sick leave, November 7-December 31, 2005 Ford, Richard I., Professor of Anthropology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Franzese, Jennifer R., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Medical School, extended sick leave, October 25, 2005-January 2, 2006, and child care leave, January 9-January 24, 2006 Goldenberg, Edie N., Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Public Policy, without tenure, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Hass,Kristin A., Assistant Professor of American Culture, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-Dcember 31, 2005 Howard, June M., Professor of English Language and Literature, American Culture, and Women's Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Lee, James, Professor of Chinese History, with tenure, and Professor of Sociology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006 Lotz, Amanda D., Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Mickey, Robert W., Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, September 1-December 31, 2005 Newman, Meshach H., Clinical Professor of Surgery, Medical School, retirement furlough, September 1, 2005-June 30, 2007 Ruan, Yongbin, Professor of Mathematics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 See, Maria S., Assistant Professor of American Culture and Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Shatz, Marilyn J., Professor of Psychology, with tenure, and Professor of Linguistics, without tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Smith, Lones A., Professor of Economics, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, January 1-May 31, 2006 Suny, Ronald G., Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History and Professor of History, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 Tardif, Twila Z., Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, duty off campus, January 15-February 15, 2006 CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES TOADMINISTRAT ELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGUAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective on the dates indicated Hickman, Leaden, Assistant Professor of Health Sciences and Administration, UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies, extended sick leave, September 23, 2005-February 5, 2006. Previously reported as extended sick leave, September 23, 2005-March 22, 2006 Smith, Andrea L., Assistant Professor of Native American Studies, and Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, scholarly activity leave, September 1, 2005-May 31, 2006. Previously reported as duty off campus, January 1-May 31, 2006 CANCELLATIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVELY APPROVED LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED TO REGULAR INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Effective September -December 31, 2005 Countryman, Matthew J., Associate Professor of History, with tenure, and Associate Professor of American Studies, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, sabbatical leave 270

Page  271 March Meeting, 2006 TERMINATIONS Effective on the datesindicated Deceased Sacks, Richard D., Professor of Chemistry, with tenure, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and Professor of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, without tenure, College of Engineering, February 11, 2006 Carter, Paul D. Professor Emeritus of Education, UM-Dearborn School of Education, January 27, 2006 McClendon, Edwin J., Professor Emeritus of Education, School of Education and Professor Emeritus of Health Education, School of Public Health, January 21, 2006 Resigned Chao, Mwe M., Clinical Lecturer in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Medical School, April 3, 2006 Dai, Yiran, Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology, Medical School, February 28, 2006 Femino, John E., Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical School, December 30, 2005 Johnson, Michael D., D. Maynard Phelps Collegiate Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Marketing, with tenure, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2006 Lee, Peter J., Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Medical School, December 31, 2005 Park, Jinyoung, Assistant Professor of Management, UM-Flint School of Management, May 31,2006 Razack, Nasser, Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology, Medical School, February 10, 2006 Scelza, William M., Clinical Instructor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, February 17, 2006 Tong, Henry C., Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical School, February 28, 2006 Retired Goel, Subhash C., Professor of Civil Engineering, with tenure, College of Engineering, May 31, 2006 Term Completed Gibson, Faison P., Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2006 Herrero, Alberto A., Clinical Assistant Professor of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, January 31, 2006 Khan, Shawn I., Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical School, January 31, 2006 Sengstock, David M., Clinical Lectrer in Internal Medicine, Medical School, September 30, 2005 Retirement Memoirs. Vice President Churchill submitted memoirs for 2 retiring faculty members. Robert G. Kelly, M.S., senior associate libraian in the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, retired from active faculty status on January 6, 2006. A life-long Michigan resident, Mr. Kelly received his BA. andM.A.L.S. degrees from the University of Michigan in 1972 and 1973, respectively, and his M.S. degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1983. Mr. Kelly was assistant to the director at the Ypsilanti District Library from 1983-85 and joined the University of Michigan-Dearborn faculty as an assistant librarian in 1985. Mr. Kelly served as the systems librarian and head of information services at the Mardigian Library, and he later managed Dearborn's academic computing staff. In 2001, Mr. Kelly joined te Stephen M. Ross School of Business as the electronic selection librarian at the Kresge Business Administration Library. By identifying and implementing information technologies to deliver library content, Mr. Kelly fostered university-wide collaborations that permitted alternative uses of resources anedled to substantially improved seices. His early work brought the Dearborn campus on e access to the Mirlyn Catalog and Wilson Indexes, which were previously available only in Ann Arbor, and he helped all three campuses become integral 271

Page  272 March Meeting, 2006 partners in the University Library systemn. After moving to Ann Arbor, Mr. Kelly worked to consolidate and standardize the contracting process for Kresge electronic resources, develop close relationships with vendors to negotiate low-cost access to high-quality resources, and ensure access to high-quality Content for the entire University community. An active participant in the University Library e-resource team, Mr. Kelly underwrote the cost for purchasing journal content in the areas of business and economics and worked to help the campuses share costs for university-wide databases. As chair of the Michigan Library Association's (MLA) Library Technologies Division, Mr. Kelly brought recognition to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business by supporting the MLA Conference Internet Room and hosting an MLA workshop. The Regents now salute this distinguished faculty member by naming Robert G. Kelly senior associate librarian emeritus. Gerd 0. Till, M.D., professor of pathology in the Medical School, retired from active faculty status on December 31, 2005. Dr. Till attended the University of Frankfurt Medical School from 1.962-64 and received his M.D. degree from the University of Freiburg in 1967. He completed an intenship at University Hospitals in Freiburg (1967-69), a fellowship in immunology at the Max-Planck-lnstitute of Immunobiology in Freiburg and the University of Heidelberg (1969-72), and a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Connecticut Health Center (1972-73). Dr. Till served on the faculty of the Institute for Immunology and Surgery at the University of Heidelberg from 1973-80. He joined the University of Michigan faculty as an associate professor in 1980 and was promoted to professor in 1991. Dr. Till's research activities focused on understanding mechanisms of lung injury induced by toxic oxygen products of activated leukocytes and pathophysical impact events related to thermal injury. He maintained an active research program throughout his tenure and served as principal investigator and co-investigator on a number of grants funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense. In addition to his research activities, Dr. Till taught dental school coursesmand courses in the Department of Pathology's graduate program, served as course director for pathology 580/630, and was a member of the Medical School Committee on Student Biomedical Research Programs. Dr. Till serves on the editorial board of International wImunopharmacnologyý and lIlunobiology and is a reviewer for a number of journals including the American Journal of Pathologyý, the Archives of Pathologyt and Laboratory Medicine, and the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, He was a member on a number of Medical School committees includingy the External Review Committee for the Department of Microbiology and Immunology (1982-83) and the External Review and Search Commitee for the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology (1984-85 and 1987). Te Regents now saIlut this distinguish ed faculty member for his d-edIAed servce: by naming Gerd 0. Till professor emeritu ofpathology MemorE-ials. Vice President Churcill subitted a memorial sta-temnat~ for Richard D,. Sacks, prfessor of cheistr andprofessor ~of atmospheric, oceanc an space sc~tiences.I The Regents of the Univrsit of Mici~g~anacnowedgewit prfond sadness the death of Ricard D, Sacks, professr of chemistr in the College of ~itertue, 27 2

Page  273 March Meeting, 2006 Science, and the Arts, and professor of atmospheric, oceanic d space sciences, College of Engineering. Professor Sacks died on February 11, 2006, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was 63. Professor Sacks received his B.S. degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1965 and his Ph.D. deree in analytical chemistry from the University of Wisconsin in 1969. He began his career as an assistant professor in Arbor that sae year and was promoted to associate professor in 1974 ad professor in 1979. He served the chemistry department as associate chair for graduate studies from 1987-1992. During his 37 years in the chemistry department, Professor Sacks was a truly outstanding educator. He taught both undergraduate and graduate students the principles of modem analytical chemistry and instrumentaion, and he was a drivingforce in modernizing the analical chemistry curriculum. He developed completelynew courses on chemical instrumentationat the undergaduate level and, at the graduate level, he introduced courseson lectronic measurements and microcomputer control of analytical instruments,as well as modem separations methods. He served as mentor to more than 35 Ph.D. students who have gone on to distinguished careers in academia, industry, and government laboratories. Professor Sacks was internationally recognized for his pioneering work on analytical instrumentation. During the early part of his career, his research focused on novel atomic emission spectroscopic methods, including direct solid-sample elemental analysis. In the 1970s, he developed exploding thin film platforms for solids analysis that combined simplicity of sample introduction with unprecedented low detection limits. In the mid-1980s, he turned his attention to innovative approaches to high-speed gas chromatographic separations of complex mixtures of volatile organic compounds. His methodologies reduced measement times for complex mixures almost 100-fold and attracted geat academic ad industrial inteest.his wor eventually led Professor Sacks and several of his students to form a spin-off company, Chromatofast, Inc., that commercialized instrumentation invented in Sacks' laboratory. In recent yearshe helped lead efforts at the University to create wireless micro-analytical systems for environmental, homeland security, and deep-space applications. During his career, Professor Sacks and his coworkers published more than 150 research papers on these topics and presented their findings at scientific conferences all over the world. As we mourn the loss of our beloved colleague, we aso extend our heartfelt condolences to his wife, and his daughter, Jenny. Degrees. President Coleman submitted a request for approval of honorary degrees to be awarded to the following individuals: Christiane Amanpour, journalist, Doctor of Humane Letters; Elinor Ostrom, political scientist, Doctor of Humane Letters;Amarya Sen, Economist and Nobel laureate in economics, Doctor of Science; and William S. White, president and CEO, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Doctor of Laws. She noted that Ms. Amanpour would serve as the speaker for the undergraduate commencement exercises, and that William S. White would give the commencement address at the UM-Flint commencement exercises. Regent Maynard commented that William White and his foundation have given so much to the health and well-being to the Flint campus and Genessee County, and as a 273

Page  274 March Meeting, 2006 member of the board of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, she was especially pleased to have him receive this honor. Regent Newman pointed out that the Board has always been consulted on the honorary degree recommendations, despite a storyin the Michigan Daily suggesting that the Board's role was somewhat irrelevant to the approving of these degrees. She stated that this is not the case and the Board is always fully involved throughout the degree recommendation process. It should not ever be assumed that te recommendations will always be accepted. Approval of Consent Agenda. On a motion by Regent Newman, seconded by Regent Maynard, the Regents unanimously approved the Consent Agenda. The Regents then turnedto consideration of the regular agenda. Report of University Audits Executive Vice President Slottow submitted the report of the Office of University Audits for the period May 1, 2005 through September 30, 2005, prepared by Carol Senneff, executive director of University Audits. He notedthat from this point forward, these reports will be submitted as information items ever other month following their review by the Finance, Audit and Investment Committee the previous month, as opposed to the previous practice of every 6 months. Alternative Asset Commitments (Fortress Investment Fund IV; Private Equity European Partners III, L.P.; El Fund II, L.P.) On a motion by Regent Brandon, seconded by Regent Newman, the Regents unanimously approved the following co itments: up to $20 million fro the Long Term Portfolio to Fortress Investment Fund IV; up to ~15 million from the Long Term Portfolio to Private Equity European Partners, L.P.; and up to $30 million from the Long Term Portfolio to El FundII, L.P. Stanford Lipsey Student Publications Building Infrastructure Improvements On a motionby te, by e, ond