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Union task force named
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Michigan Student Assembly
President (MSA) Eric Arnson, co-
chairman of the Revnue and Non-
revenue Services Subcommittee, said
his group was to meet briefly yester-
Aside from Brownlee and Arnson, the
other student representatives are:
Christopher Bachelder, former Union
board member; Susan Clark, president
of the Pan Hellenic Association; Pam
Gordon, a MSA member; Scott
Do you have a
Favorite Faculty Member
Nominate him or her for
one of the following awards:
Kellman, former MSA president; Jeff
Lebow, chairman of Union program-
ming for UAC; Jane Moore, Student
Relations Committee member; Larry
Pulkownik, former president of the
Union Board of Directors; Camille
Quincannon, a MSA member; and Jack
Withrow, president of the Fraternity
FACULTY MEMBERS on the task
force are Rasmussen, Library Science
Assistant Professor Carolyn Frost, Art
Professor Wendel Heers, and
Professional Theatre Program
Manager Joe Wilson.
Alumni members on the committee
are Betty van den Bosch, Edi Bletcher,
Milton Kendrick, and Harold Walters.
Besides Snustad, staff members on
the committee are University ombud-
sperson Elizabeth Davenport, Union
Assistant General Manager James
Hilton, and Harlan Mulder, assistant to
Vice-President James Brinkerhoff.
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president of the University
LEWISON SAID "the Regents are
going to get who they want," even
though he thinks students will even-
tually be granted the right to interview
the final candidates-a right they have
Lewison also objects Lo the type of
person he forsees the Regents will
"The problem is that I am a humanist
and they want a manager-and they're
going to get their money manager,"he
A GRADUATE student in journalism,
Lewison also condemned the
"disorganization" of Rackham student
government, the tangled University
bureaucracy, and campus politics,
which he called "pointle rn"
"I was very sorry to learn he was
leaving the committee," said student
committee Chairman Jeff Supowit.. "I
thought he had a lot to offer, beingin
GEO (Graduate Employees
Organization) and a grad student."
But Supowit added that Lewison "has
become very cynical about the Univer-
sity as a consequences of the presiden-
tial selection process."
"HE JUST HAD an attitude which he
felt would be pretty counter-productive
on a University committee," Supowit
Supowit said he would ask Rackham
student government to appoint a
replacement for Lewison, but would
meet with nine members until a suc-
cessor is named. The student comnit-
tee .hopes to have its statement on the
needs of the University completed in
time for this month's Regents meeting
on Feb. 15 and 16.
Teaching Assistant Award-up to
awards of $500 each given for effectiveness
creativity as a teacher.
Recognition Award-up to five
$750 each to instructors, assistant'pro-
fessors, or junior associate professors with no
more than four years in rank, for outstanding
contributions to the life of the student body as
a teacher, counselor, and scholar.
IMail with Check to: Classifieds, The Michigan Daily
- 420 Maynard
AnnArbor, MI 48109
Achievement Award-up to five awards of
$1,000 each for associate to full professors, for
distinguished achievement-broadly defined-in
teaching, research, and service.
AMOCO Good Teaching Award--up to
five awards of $1,500 each for associte and full
professors who have achieved a record of excel-
lence in undergraduate instruction.
DEADLINE: February 23. 1979. Contact your department.
or the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
(764-8323) for nomination forms.
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