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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, Jartugry 13, 1972

'age Six THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Thursday, Jcnuory 13, ~972

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Research

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Regents pass

search stalls;
post guidelines
S"Fleming reports no decision
on new VP likely until March

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Duties of VP
for research
broadened
By ROBERT BARKIN
The Regents approved an
expansion of the duties of the
office of vice president for re-
search from their present
state through approval of a
report calling for such meas-
ures at their December meet-
ings.
The report comes in the midst!
of a search for a successor to the
retiring research vice president, A.
Geoffrey Norman, and in the wake
>f massive controversy over t h e
University's policy toward t h e
performing of classified research '
on campus.
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By GENE ROBINSON
President Robben Fleming said yesterday that he does
not expect to appoint a successor to Research Vice President
A. Geoffrey Norman until March at the earliest.
However, a choice will be made "certainly before the end
of the term," he said.
Norman, who is past retirement age, announced his
resignation last June to be effective Jan. 1. After proceedings
to find a successor became stalled, Norman was granted
authorization by the Regents to remain until the choice Was

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turned over to an independent

culty committee headed by Chem- probably suggest limited sanctions state agency due to a lack of sup-
the n popretay rseachsuc asportive University funds. Others
istry Prof. Charles Overberger, thavensuggestedarthatesuch, aumove
repot rcommnd"thanthedu hae suggestedthat suchaoeve
submitting all proprietary research would enable the labs to expand
e ote e resear iclue respon projects to a review board for ap- i their research activities.I
bility for applications to fund-I proval. Fleming, who is in favor of giv-
granting agencies outside thefUni- rThe board would presumably ing up the labs to some other
versity for support of research and function similarly to the current agency, said that right now there
responsibility for all research that Classified Research Committee just is not enough capital avail-
overlaps the jurisdiction of ad- which is designed to review all able to make such a move. He
ministrative units. federal classified research projects. added however that the plan is
In addition, the vice president At their December meeting. still under consideration.

made.
Fleming said one of the major
reasons for the delay in an ad-
vertisement being placed in t h e
American Council on Education
(ACE) Chronicle Jan. 17 request-
ing applicants for the position.
Fleming said the ad would give
propspects an equal opportunity to
apply for the position.
He said he would allow t w o
weeks after the ad starts for ap-
plications, and that no further ac-
tion would be taken until that
date.,
He reported that he has asked
the faculty to submit names of
prospects, and that thus far he
has received about 12 names.
He added that when all appli-
cations resulting from the ad have
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for research would represent the SACUA decided to delay action'rerc *::.:.:e;i:.-:.;v:s2::: ;:..s.*.........narroweadown to aoiuxan-
Flint and Dearborn campuses in on the proposal until the RPC re-
mcatters concerning research. port had been considered. At that DAILY OFFICIAL didates.
Presently, the duties of the of-I time Norman said they; had de- with SACUA, the faculty execu-
fice include executive responsibil- cided to wait because the resolu- BULLETIN tive committee on the choice em-
ity for review of recommendations tion could receive "more favorable pive commoeentha Chc, s
from deans and directors with re- consideration" at a later date.
.trole will be strictly advisory.
spect to research proposals and It was thought at that time that THURSDAY, JANUARY 13
personnel, the direction of special it would be possible for the as Norman announced his resigxi-
studies, and acting as liaison be- sembly to act on the proprietary Day ioClstJue.Atthtdimr
tween the University and agen- researchtreport in time for Re- committee headed byhchemistry
cies concerned with research. gental consideration this month. Regents' Meeting: Regents' Rm., Ad- Prof. Charles Overberger w a s
The Overberger report will be However, Norman said that RPC min. Bldg., 2 pm. appointed to examine the exist-
used as a guideline by Norman's nd SACUA stihad det of th Computing tr. Short course: "1n ence of the position and its fune-
andSAUA til hd etalsof hetroduction to U of M Basic," Seminartin
successor. report to deal with, but it will be Rm. Computing Ctr., 3-5 pm. Lion.
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came as a surprise to many mem-
bers of the University community,
who questioned whether such an
office of vice president for re-
search was necessary.

jAnother obstacle to Regental
consideration of the research pro-
posal has been thetrole of Willow
Run Laboratories, the site of the
majority of University classified
research.
The administration has suggest-
ed that the labs, currently under
control of the University, be

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