Acc. 1983.040 contains correspondence regarding the Board of Visitors, primarily from the 1970s.
Acc. 1999.045 contains correspondence and reports concerning EEO (1970-1973), the Employee Recognition Award (1973), faculty appointment refusals (1965-1966), case files for David R. Francis (1971) and William R. Langston (1961), and the Law School (1965-1966, 1974).
Acc. 2008.114 contains correspondence and reports mostly to Dr. George Healey, Vice President for Academic Affairs concerning the Faculty Affairs Committee on Special Program from 1972-1976.
Series 1: includes one box of memos, Dean's Council minutes, and a tenure-ineligible faculty report for 1989.
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2.80 Linear Feet
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Portions of this collection were previously part of the University Archives Publications Collection.
Acc. 1983.040 transferred 09/09/1983; Acc. 1999.045 transferred 06/18/1999; Acc. 2008.114 was transferred sometime prior to 2007.
Material formerly part of the University Archives Publications Collection described by Eileen O'Toole.