Universities and colleges -- Administration
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Alice C. Young has been involved in various community groups and causes. One of her lifetime commitments has been improving the conditions of women both on and off campus. Correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, printed materials, photographs and artifacts make up the papers of Alice C. Young.
Minutes of the University Administrative Council (formerly University Council, or Academic Group), minutes of the Associate Dean’s Group, and a small reading file documenting Joan Elifson’s tenure as Assistant Vice President for Academic Programs. A wide range of issues are documented, including academic curriculum, programs, funding, and facilities; faculty research, teaching, status, and pay; and student retention, tuition, and financial aid.
Correspondence and memoranda documenting Jerry Robbins’s tenure as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. Topics include academic regulations, academic programs, and continuing education.
Proposed budgets for Georgia State College and its predecessors, Fiscal Year 1935 - Fiscal Yeat 1966 (incomplete) comprise the bulk of the records, which also include other financial records including ledgers, correspondence, and other materials.
Minutes, correspondence, reports, and other records document the Georgia State University College of Arts and Sciences, 1958-1991. Included is extensive documentation about Arts and Sciences assembled for the University's 1987 Self-Study.
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, and printed material make up John D. Blair's papers, 1924-1972.
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness records consist of office and working files as well as a accreditation report. All materials consist of digital files transferred to Special Collections for preservation.
Financial information, minutes, correspondence, reports, and logs generated during Eli Zubay's William Suttles's terms as Vice President of Academic Affairs, 1967-1982.
Records of the Vice President for Administrative Services include Georgia State University Camplus Master Plan Studies, 1976 Self-Study, and committee files, 1957-1990.
The bulk of the records of the Vice President for Financial Affairs at Georgia State University consist of subject, budget, and faculty files, 1940-1973, from the office of V. V. Lavroff. Other material includes records of the search for the Vice President for University Advancement, 1989-1991.