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4The Daily Tar HeelMonday. November 22, 1982
Departments that are having the greatest dif
ficulty in recruiting and retaining faculty are
those that face competition from an attractive
private sector. The neurosurgery division has
been especially hard hit. Since the freeze took
effect, two of four professors have resigned,
primarily for financial reasons, Mahaley said.
Dr. Stephen Boone, a professor who left Aug. 1
to join a Raleigh neurosurgery practice, said the -freeze
was 70 percent responsible for his deci
sion to leave. He began seriously considering
leaving the faculty during the partial salary
freeze of the 1981-82 fiscal year, when raises
were delayed for six months until Jan. 1. ,
Work in the neurosurgery department has not
ground to a halt with the loss of half of the
faculty. No patient goes unseen. Every lab re
mains busy. Research progresses. But Mahaley
has had to give up instructing physical
therapists, forego attending meetings with
fellow physicians, stop giving speeches, and
work at a demanding pace.
For Dr. John Hindsley, an assistant professor
of surgery and a specialist in urinary cancer who
will leave his position on Jan. 1, 1983, the salary
freeze, "acted as a catalyst for my considering
my future here." The freeze was third on his list
of factors leading to his resignation, coming
after the size of the work load and the lack of
time off. As word spread through the medical
community of the presence of a specialist in
urinary cancer at North Carolina Memorial
Hospital, Hindsley watched his patient load
double in three-and-a-half years. "Certainly my
salary didn't double,'.' Hindsley said.
According to the records of the School of
Medicine, since the beginning of the freeze, four
professors, three associate professors, nine
assistant professors, and one instructor have
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resigned. Most faculty members who resign
leave in the summer months, so these figures
may represent the bulk of this year's resigna
tions. The freeze has been at least a factor in
many of these resignations, Bondurant said.
From July 1, 1981, to June 30, 1982, six pro
fessors, and 16 assistant professors left their
positions. In 1980-81, one professor, five
associate professors, and 16 assistant professors
left their positions. Departments that have
already lost faculty, this fiscal year include
anesthesiology, pharmacology, surgery,
radiology, neurology, family medicine, medical
allied health professions and pathology.
Both Dr. David Ontjes, the chairman of the
department of medicine, and Mahaley said they
were concerned that losses because of the salary .
freeze would hurt the Practice Plan because top
physicians generally attract the most patients.
"It's not a real economy measure. It's counter
productive," Ontjes said.
Not every, department is experiencing dif
ficulties. Dr. Robert Sakata, the chairman of
the medical allied health professions depart
ment, has yet to receive faculty complaints
about the freeze, probably because the private
sector in this field is hot as desirable as it is for
such branches of medicine as surgery and
Pharmacology, a basic sciences department
with relatively few medical doctors, also has
escaped freeze-induced turnover. Dr. Cary
Cooper, a former assistant professor now at the
University of Texas, decided to leave before the
salary freeze was enacted; pharmacologists ap
plying for positions here are impressed by the
financial arrangements, Dr. John Gatzy, the ac
ting chairman of the department, said.
The general administration of the 16-member
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UNC system is concerned that even some
departments are having difficulties. "The longer
it stays in force, the greater the effect," said
Arthur Padilla, associate vice-president for
academic affairs in the UNC system. He said he
thought attrition has been limited so far by the
strength of the roots many professors have put
down in the Triangle area. But should the prob
lem persist through July 1983, "We will lose
some people primarily as a result of the freeze,"
The North Carolina state budget, which by
law must balance, is not in good shape for
general salary hikes to state employees. Actual
revenues for the first two months alone of the
current fiscal year fell $27.8 million short of the
Governor Jim Hunt has suggested even cut
ting "non-essential" state programs to provide
pay raises. "My number one priority is to take
off the freeze, and I think it's essential we do
that by one means or another," Hunt said
The School of Medicine is not alone in its
quarrels with the freeze legislation. Other
academic branches of the University that rely
heavily on non-state funds and which face com
petition from lucrative, private sectors are ex
periencing difficulties similar to those of the
medical school. Finance, accounting, business
economics, engineering, and computer sciences
are in this category, Padilla said.
When the salary freeze went into effect,
"Every good faculty member who is financially
responsible had to ask himself, 'Can I afford
this? Or can I not?' Many can't," Mahaley said.
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"It's clear that diversification has not hurt
the faculty," he said. "In fact, the argument
could be made in the other direction."
UNC , Affirmative Action Officer Gillian
Cell said at the meeting the University's per
formance in recruiting and hiring had been in
adequate. "We're conducting exit interviews when
facujty leave to determine why they're
leaving," she said. "o-far, what we are fin
ding out is that the greatest factor has been the
impact of the (state) salary freeze imposed by
Gov. Jim Hunt.
"But it is an. accepted principle that the
University will diversify its faculty."
Cell said improvement had come in three
areas: the entry of more minorities and women
into graduate school; a strengthening of the
Affirmative Action Office, with a revision in
the University's Affirmative Action plan; and
the implementation of a post-doctoral pro
gram for minority students.
"The bottom line is that every hire (faculty
hiring) is crucial," she said. "We need to look
at every hire as the potential for diversifying
"One of the problems the academic depart
ments often have when hiring is identifying
minority candidates," Cell said. "Women and
minorities are now encouraged to identify
themselves as such on a voluntary basis."
Cell said the main reason women faculty left
their positions was that they don't see
themselves as staying here.
"I'm not hearing horror stories," she said.
"People are balanced in what they are saying
(in the exit interviews). But there is also some
anger at the salary freeze situation." -J
Fordham at the meeting said Cell had been
effective in her post as Affirmative Action 6f
ficer. He also encouraged the faculty to help in
improving the numbers of women and
"It's important that faculty members play a
role in Affirmative Action," he said.
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Besides meeting with approval from student
affairs, the Athletic Association must approve
the use of Kenan Stadium for the event.
"We are happy for the students to use the
stadium for Chapel Thrill," said UNC Athletic
Director John Swofford, adding that problems
with behavior and injuries were not in the
association's area of involvement.
"Our biggest concern is the field itself," he
said. "As long as the entertainment is in the
field and the people in the stands, then we have
Swofford said damage to Kenan Stadium
after the 1982 Chapel Thrill included broken
seats and seatbacks and fences but added that
the damage "wasn't drastic."
Chapel Thrill Committee Chairperson Ben
Lee said his proposal for a benefit concert with
such student, involvement would help to
eliminate the concerns of the administration.
Boulton informed Lee of worries about injuries
and alcohol consumption when they met last
week to discuss the proposal, Lee said.
"The proposal happens to address many of
the concerns brought up because they were fore
seen before Dean Boulton had to address them
to me," Lee said.
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Lee said he agreed with many of the admin
istration's concerns about this year's Chapel
"I agree that to say that the profits will go to
a charity is not enough," he said. "We plan to
get hundreds of students involved in activities."
"We are going to stress that this is a real
benefit concert," Lee said. "Without any
demands from anyone else, the Chapel Thrill
Committee has restructured the concert to make
it from a purely entertainment event to an event
with a goal and a cause."
In addition, the proposal calls for a smaller
event, involving about 10,000 people and bear
ing a different name than the traditional Chapel
Size will be limited through ticket sales, which
will include block ticket sales and reserved
seating, Lee said.
Student involvement will encourage a better
atmosphere, Lee said. He added that he hoped
to involve "literally thousands" of students
through committees, contests and shows con
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On Tuesday, the Chapel Thrill Committee
will present its full proposal to the Campus
Governing Council Finance Committee. Lee
said that ' he would like as many students as
possible to attend the meeting.;
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In his 4V4 years here, Buckner has met
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1981 campaign for student body president. He
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"He's a great connection," Moody said. "Do
a little for him and he'll do a lot for you."
"The nicest thing I'm leaving with is the rela
tionships from the campaign, the dorm, the
escort service," Buckner said. "It's something
you never forget."
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