Even if interpretation of an administrative regulation does not depend on special expertise and technical knowledge, the agency’s interpretation of its own regulation may be entitled to judicial deference because the agency is likely to be familiar with the policy it promotes and sensitive to the practical implications of the competing interpretations.  Here, the university was entitled to deference in its interpretation of its workloan policy for faculty members the university was knowledgeable of and sensitive to the needs of department and university population to which it applies.