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Page 374 text:
Dr. Oruin T. Richardson, dean of instructional
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Miss Mary Kitchin, assistant in instructional agairs
Dr. Robert H. Koenker, dean of graduate programs
Page 373 text:
Vice-president Richard Burkhardt, his
three assistant deans, and the deans of
each college formulate educational poli-
cies at Ball State through the depart-
ment of Instructional Affairs. Their
efforts are concentrated on adding new
programs and curriculag hiring, retain-
ing, and promoting of facultyg and help-
ing to suggest the kind and quality of
service the university can offer other
agencies throughout the state.
During the past sixteen years, partly
through programs devised by the OfHce
of Instructional Affairs, Ball State has
changed from a small college with four-
teen departments and limited profes-
sional offerings beyond teacher educa-
tion to a large university with five
colleges and twenty-nine departments
and divisions which offer twenty-one
curricula reilecting a multi-university.
Dr. Richard Burkhardt, vice president for instructional affairs
1 Dr. Victor B. Lawhead, dean of undergraduate programs
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Page 375 text:
Dr. Joseph Wagner, vice-president for business affairs
Directing the finances of Ball State
University is the main responsibility of
the Office of Business Affairs. This in-
cludes everything from dispensing funds
for student employment and loans to re-
viewing budgets and administering
funds to the various departments. As a
result of the growth of the university
and the need for more buildings, equip-
ment, and supplies, the job has become
more complicated. Since the state of
Indiana provides a very small amount
of funds for classroom buildings it is up
to the university to secure federal grants.
loans, and gifts to meet the expenses.
This then becomes the responsibility of
the Office of Business Affairs. The de-
partment also supervises the construc-
tion of each building and the operation
of it when it is complete. Other areas
of service include operation of the Stu-
dent Center, Auditorium, Bookstore,
Residence Halls Dining Services, and
Space Oflice and Room Utilization as
Well as employment of personnel, and
the operation of payroll and purchasing.
Miss Ethel Himelick, assistant treaturer
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