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August 12, 1992 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1992-08-12

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SAPAC head will
be named soon

Suns in the sky
A skylight at the University Medica

by David Shepardson
1 Daily Opinion Editor
The University search committee7
charged to find a new director of the
Sexual Assault and Prevention Center
(SAPAC) has made its final recom-
mendation to the Office of Student Af-
Search committee member and
DepartmentofPublic Safety Lt. Vernon
H Baisden said, "We've (the committee)
made our recommendation to the Dean
s5 of Students."
and University Counseling Services
director, said the committee had inter-
viewed the top four candidates for the
position. She said, "We really had very
highly qualified applicants."
Sloan added that Associate Vice
President for Student Affaitrs Royster
Iaper will announce the University's
MOLLY STLEENS/oaily choice Friday. Harper is not bound by
the committee recommendation and
3 Center brings the recent beautiful summer weather indoors. may choose any candidate. The Uni-
versity hopes to have the new director
EDUCATION in place by the beginning of the year.
Kata Issari, a SAPAC counselor
Continued from page 1 "There's such a shortage of money who has been serving as interim coor-
improve and simplify teacher certifica- in Washington ... I'm not optimistic dinator since December, is one of the
tion programs. He said strict and time- that they'llprovide much new money," finalists and is considered the likely
consuming requirements have resulted he said. "Bush claimed tobe the educa- choice for the position. Issari declined
in a "micro-management" of the ceii- tion president, but that's a pretty diffi- to comment on the lection process or
fication process. cult claim to substantiate." her candidacy.
to contrihute to CEW's activities an a pledged to donate the money back to
DUDERSTADTtmfon eouW t the University. But Baker said the Uni-
Continued from page 1 stimulus of hope and encouragement to versity will have to pay up to $8,000 in
careers later in life,"Duderstadt said in so ny women shead, CEW director, axes and benefits.
a press release. "I am happy to be able said she does not know how the money Baker aso questioned the proce-
will be used, but expressed gratitude to ymree s the camedDgnesteetiHe
Duderstadt for her commitment to the committee that hired Duderstadt. He
University and women's education. said the position should have been
ReetPaul Brown (D-Petoskey) hrought before the Board of Regents.
ling for experience dReent Pf hirnD-etoskwy) "This is a matter that should have
ecost of hing Duderstadt will been reviewed by the regents," Baker
ivertising be minimal since Duderstadt has said. "It's a sensitive issue, and should
g." be open to public debate."
But Brown said normal hiring pro-
cedures were followed. "Someone has
to perform these functions, and she was
I irtat 1a 1 the best woman for the job," he said.
Brown also denied that the job was
ay Advertising staff is Rio u s created just for Duderstadt and said the
position should not have come before
itlv accepting aoplications the Board even though he agreed

The only campus governance com-
mitteemember, Senate Advisory Com-
mittee on University Affairs member
Cynthia Marcelo, expressed concern
that if the SAPAC interim director was
not chosen, a difficult transition pro-
cess could ensue.
"It might be a problem. An outside
candidate would not kitow what the
procedures and difficulties were," said
Three students were on the 10-mem-
ber committee, including Rackham
graduate student Colin Leachand Inter-
Fraternity Council President Bruce
Namerow. All students were afforded
the same privileges as other members.
Because many applicants requested
confidentiality, committee members
were restricted from discussing meet-
ings. Sloan said, "We decided most of
the matters would be confidential. ... It
was a consensus.
Other members of the committee
included LSA Assistant Dean David
Schoem, SAPAC volunteer coordina-
tor Mario Caballero-Valiente, and as-
sociate Professor of Social Work and
Women's Studies Beth Reed. Allmem-
bers of the committee were chosen by
the Office of Student Affairs.
The search process began as a result
of Julie Steiner's decision to resign as
SAPAC director last year.
Duderstadt is a "special case."
He said, "It's not a hiring that Re-
gents get involved in.... She has a right
to work like everyone else."
Shirley Clarkson, director of presi-
dentialcommunications, and Baker said
the job was posted like other University
positions for at least a week.
But Regent Neal Nielsen, who re-
fused to comment on the hiring, sug-
gested last year that the University
should consider some kind of official
role fortheUniversitypresident's wife.
Baker said he will ask for discus-
sion and a vote on the position by the
regents at their September meeting. He
said he wants to eliminate the position
with a majority vote of the regents.
"We will decide in September
whether or not the employment deci-
sion should go forward," he said.

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