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THE MICHIGAN DAILY''

Page Six. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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of reform. Despite the constant
references to "defuse," images.
and appearances. the report also
calls for so m e substantial
changes.
This dichotomy was ear in
one c o mn m e n t on academric
policy. "The procedures lor in'c
granting of tenure should be re-
viewed on most campuses." the
report says, but then adds im-
mediately, "It is not clear to
students that the best faculty
are currently being retained.''
"On each college campus
there must be a clear channel
for just and adequate redress of
grievances," the report says, in-
cluding due process, judgment
by peers and institution of ap-
peal proceedings. This would
cover tenure grievances.
The report also suggests that
colleges seek to "develop ways
of really rewarding good teach-
ing," saying there is a "far
greater need for teaching doc-
torates today than there is for
the h i g h l y research-oriented
programs which are the back-

bone of graduate instruction at,
the pl'esent time.'
"Compared with other profes-
sions college teachers are not
subject to the same rigorous
evaluations of.competence," the
report says. "For a college or
university to maintain a bal-
anced faculty, it must have a
valid and reliable system for as-
sessing and rewarding excellent
teaching as a basis fot' tenure"
On the question of campus
security, the writers of the re-
port strongly place the -respon-
sibility for policing campus vio-
lence on the State Police rather
than city police or county sher-
iff's departments.
Citing considerable student
dissatisfaction witl what col-
leges now offer, the report sug-
gests modification of present
undergraduate curricula, and
faculty responsibility "to ac-
count for the increasing sophis-
tication of today's students."
Further, the .report postulates
that an overall discouragement
with classes and colleges, on
balance, is the major reason for
student demonstrations,

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tUniversity presidents play the
most crucial role in all this. the
eport, states. "No single factor
may be more significant in cop-
ing with student unrest than is
the style or stance of the presi-
dent of the institution."
It is not so much what the
president says or does, only that
he be seen, the report suggests:
"Visibility seems io be nmore im-
portant linally than accessi-
bility,"
College presidents come in for
special scrutiny by the agency ,
which believes the current cam-
pus crisis is giving "a signifi-
cance and an importance to'
the president's office that few
previous analysts of the institi-
tion may have conceded."
The problem, the report says,
is that presidents must be bofl'i
"king and prime minister.' borh
chief fund-raiser and chief ad.-
ninistrative officer. The study
recommends that presidents
delegate one of the two respon-
sibilities to other college officers.
High administrative officials
come in for somie comments as
well, although they are general-
ly of little concern. The repo"t
notes that trustees are "often
called 'absentee landlords' " and
n o t. e s parenthetically, "w i t h
some justification, judging from
this study."
Thomas Emmet Jr., who
heads the higher education
group that conducted the study,
pointed out that the report was
aimed not just at the Legisla-
ture but at the academic com-
munity as well. Of the six areas
of recommendations, he said,
three were aimed at govern-
ment legislation and coordina-
tion and campus security, and
the other three were aimed at
the colleges and universities -
goverance, communications and
academic affairs.
One of the recommendations
aimed at the schools suggests
they pay more attention to their
local areas because they are
state supported and should

function as regional inst!
"Every area has its s
people who need access t
er education-Americ&a
poor whites, and some
Americans." besides bla
report notes. Those are
no blacks may not be t
to mount intensive bl
cruitment programs, sin(
students and staff "n
feel a part of the c e4
munity," the report a d
"New programs must
veloped which will nix
university. the urban eq
of the land-grant collel
report says.
Asked if this applied
University, Emmet sad,
isn't included. The Univc
Michigan is a world u'
and deserves special tree
He said Eastern Michig:
versity in Ypsilanti oi
serve the region's edu
needs.
The discussion onrl
admissions in the aftern
sion of the conference T
resulted in some critcisn
University.
Emmet pointed out th
tice" and "equality" wt
tors in admissions tha
be mutually exclu14e
same structure may
atuned to serving both
Most of the audience
to take the answer not I
of blacks and other ml
but in terms of their su
getting their own
transferred into Michig
Floyd Oglesby, deatd
dents at Kellogg Con
College, said the Ui
took only some 350 con
college transfers lae
"That's not very many,"
Afterward, Oglesby
thought that while the
sity might think it wad
right thing;' he didn't. B
taining a rigid 2,5 gra
requirement for transt
said, "the University mis
ple who might succeed t

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By ROB PIER
The Senate Advisory Committ
on University Affairs (SACU.
anounced yesterday that it wou
begin allowing the public to atter
part of its previously closed mee
ings. Although no formal stat
ment was released, SACUA's e
ecutive secretary Prof. Ben Y
blonky said the group was- cox
sidering two possible policies.
"SACUA will continue to ha
closed meetings on subjects whi
it considers of a closed nature
Yablonky said, referring specifica
ly to discussion of personalit
for committee appointments.
SACUA Chairman Joseph Pay
said that a policy statement wou
be released at SACUA's next me'
ing on March 23. According
Yablonky, the two options un
consideration by SACUA a
opening part of each meeting,'
has been done at the last two si
sions, or periodically holding e
tirely open meetings.
The move by SACUA

open its meetings camesyn
to efforts by students an
>ee members last month ti
uld SACUA sessions in violati
nd closed meeting policy. C
,e-SAClIJA adjourned rather
e- low the students to rer
e- two weeks later, part of I
'a- ing was opened and ire
a- and faculty members 1
that.
During the open part
ave day's meeting, SACUA ht
ch vised version of a repot
e," Senate Assembly's Civil
al- Board on disclosure of in:
ties in student files. The j:i
tained some minor cha
'ne quested by Assembly ant
uld pear on Assembly's Apr
et- or possibly at a special
to Payne said.
der At SACUA's March 23
are the report will be discu
as members of Assembles
es- Relations Committee
en- sentatives of the Office C
Affairs. That portion of
to ing will be open to the

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