Judith Brown Judith Brown, custodial supervisor in the Operation and Maintenance Division, died June 4 at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana. She was 54. Survivors include her husband, Larry; a son; two daughters; three grandchildren; six brothers; and three sisters. Phillip Monypenny Phillip Monypenny, an academic pioneer in the field of public administration at the UI who vigorously campaigned for justice - and jobs - especially for minority students, died June 4 at Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood. He was 81. Colleagues at Illinois credit Monypenny for the success of the Master of Arts degree program in public administration at the university, and for preparing scores of students who now are leaders in the field across the country. Former students remember Monypenny as a man whose "care and concern for students outweighed any numerical listing of his own accomplishments," said Sister Marie Golla, a UI academic adviser who was a friend of Monypenny for 27 years. Golla said Monypenny's minority students considered the professor "the one person" to whom they could turn at a time when many of them felt unwelcome in academia. Monypenny was a member of the UI political science department from 1947 to 1984, serving as head from 1967 to 1972, and held a joint appointment in the university's Institute of Government and Public Affairs from 1967 to his retirement. Monypenny earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in 1936 and 1937 at Washington University, and his doctorate in political science and economics from the University of Minnesota in 1942. Before joining the UI faculty, Monypenny was employed by the City College of New York. Following service in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1946, Monypenny taught government at the University of Puerto Rico. Monypenny was editor of the Midwest Journal of Political Science and an editorial board member of the Public Administration Review. Survivors include his wife, Helen, and two daughters. Memorial contributions may be made to the UI Foundation in the name of the Phillip Monypenny Scholarship Fund or to the Champaign County Humane Society.