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Collection Number: 40009

Collection Title: Office of President of the University of North Carolina (System): William C. Friday Records, 1957-1986

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Size 138.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 110400 items)
Abstract William C. Friday succeeded Gordon Gray in 1957 as president of the Consolidated University of North Carolina, which included the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina State College in Raleigh, and Woman's College in Greensboro. During the 1960s, three more campuses were added to the Consolidated University. In 1972, through a major reorganization of higher education in North Carolina, the Consolidated University became the University of North Carolina, and Friday became president of the new system. Eventually the system was expanded to include sixteen schools. Records include correspondence and other files relating to the administration of and academic programs at the campuses of the Consolidated University of North Carolina and its successor, the University of North Carolina (System). Notable in these files are records relating to desegregation of the University and the related lawsuit filed by the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (later Department of Health and Human Services), against the University, as well as material relating to the speaker ban law.
Creator University of North Carolina (System). President.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.
Language English
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Updated by: Nancy Kaiser, October 2020; Dawne Howard Lucas, May 2021

In 2021, archivists replaced the term "Negro(es)" in folder titles in this description with the terms "Black students" or "Black members" and revised "Negro Colleges and Universities" to "Historically Black Colleges and Universities." The original terms remain on the physical items.

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Background

On 10 June 1955, Gordon Gray resigned the presidency of the Consolidated University of North Carolina to accept the position of Assistant Secretary for International Security Affairs in the U.S. State Department. Instead of accepting his resignation, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees gave him a leave of absence, naming Dr. J. Harris Purks, Provost of the Consolidated University, Acting President. On 10 November, President Gray again resigned, insisting it would be best for the University. At this time the Executive Committee complied; Dr. Purks was continued as Acting President.

In January 1956, Dr. Purks was appointed director of the newly created Board of Higher Education. The Board of Trustees was asked by Governor Luther Hodges to recommend possible candidates for Acting President. Among the possibilities was William C. Friday, Secretary of the University. Mr. Friday was named Acting President with his duties to begin 1 March 1956.

William Clyde Friday was 35 years old. He was born in Raphine, Viriginia, and grew up in Dallas, North Carolina. In 1937, he entered Wake Forest College, transferring the next year to North Carolina State College, from which he graduated in textile engineering in 1941. He served as Assistant to the Dean of Students at State College until he joined the Navy. After World War II he enrolled in the University of North Carolina Law School and received his LL.D. in 1948. From 1948 to 1951, he was Assistant Dean of Students and later Acting Dean of Students on the Chapel Hill campus. In 1951, he became assistant to President Gray. He had been Secretary of the University for less than a year when he was appointed Acting President.

While the Board of Trustees continued its search for a Consolidated University President, William Friday went to work on problems that had grown into crises due to President Gray's frequent absences on federal business. At this time the Consolidated University consisted of three campuses: North Carolina State College (Raleigh), the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), and Woman's College (Greensboro). The problems facing Friday included the staffing of the Consolidated offices; the administration at the Woman's College in Greensboro; confusion in the Division of Health Affairs at Chapel Hill; the relationship of the Consolidated University and the Board of Higher Education; and the noncompetitive salary levels for both faculty and administrative positions throughout the system.

As Friday dealt with these issues, the presidential search committee had to deal with the hard facts of educational life, not the least of which was the salary available for the new president: $15,000 compared to $25,000 offered by comparable state universities.

On 18 October 1956, Victor Bryant, chairman of the search committee, announced the committee's recommendation for president: William C. Friday. The search committee unanimously voted to present his nomination to the full board. Some of the board voiced concern over Friday's training in business and law rather than in education, his lack of a doctoral degree, that he had not taught, and his youth. At the 26 October session of the Board of Trustees, Mr. Bryant concluded his report:

"Above all else your Committee has been impressed by Mr. Friday's integrity and fairness as he has gone about his duties of Acting President. In the final analysis the demonstration of such qualities, and the awareness that such qualities exist in the office of the President ... may well be the most important attribute of a successful President. In a trying time Mr. Friday has stood steadfast on all matters." William Friday was approved as the new President of the Consolidated University.

At his first news conference, President Friday stated some of his immediate goals. First, to move the administrative offices from South Building on the Chapel Hill campus to the old Institute of Government building on Franklin Street. Second, to fill vacancies in his staff and to begin a search for a chancellor at Woman's College and a replacement for Chancellor House at Chapel Hill. Third, to begin working on the biennial budget and to obtain from the General Assembly funds for higher faculty salaries, better library facilities, and the research funds necessary to maintain the University's high academic reputation. He thought the presidency of the University was a full-time job, and he intended to devote his full energies to the task.

Formally inaugurated on 8 May 1957, William Friday remained President of the Consolidated University until June 1972. During this period, in addition to the above stated tasks, Mr. Friday had to deal with a variety of crises. Some of the major ones were:

1. The Dixie Classic Basketball scandal (1961);

2. Speaker Ban (1963);

3. North Carolina State College name change (1963);

4. Admission of Charlotte College, Asheville College, and Wilmington College to the Consolidated System, (1960s); and

5. Anti-war demonstrations and cafeteria workers' strike (late 1960s-early 1970s).

In 1971, the General Assembly passed legislation providing for the restructuring of higher education in North Carolina. The Consolidated University became the University of North Carolina System; and on 1 July 1972, William Friday became president of the new system.

During the 1970s, ten campuses were added to the existing six institutions comprising the University of North Carolina System. Eventually the system was made up of sixteen constituent universities: North Carolina State University at Raleigh, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the University of North Carolina at Asheville, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Appalachian State University (Boone), East Carolina University (Greenville), Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (Greensboro), North Carolina Central University (Durham), North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem), Pembroke State University (Pembroke), Western Carolina University (Cullowhee), and Winston-Salem State University. Each constituent campus had its own indivdual Board of Trustees and Chancellor and developed its programs under the oversight of the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina System.

Much of Mr. Friday's energies during the last fourteen years of his administration revolved around the growth of the System. The problems of bringing undergraduate colleges into the university setting were many. The entire process was complicated by issues related to the desegregation of the System in response to a suit filed against it by the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the late 1970s and early 1980s.

William Friday retired as President of the University of North Carolina System in March 1986, but he continued to be involved with issues concerning education, especially illiteracy and the problems of the student athlete. In 1986, he was named president of the William R. Kenan, Jr., Fund. C. Dixon Spangler, Jr., Charlotte businessman and former member of the Board of Governors, was elected President of the University of North Carolina System in 1986.

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The records of William C. Friday's administration cover the period from his election as Consolidated University President on October 26, 1956, until his retirement as President of the University of North Carolina System in March 1986. A small amount of material dates from his tenures as Secretary of the University (1955) and as Acting President (1956).

The divisions of the Friday files are functional rather than reflecting any official organizational framework existing in the General Administration or on any of the sixteen campuses. Where possible, Series and Subseries titles correspond with those used for the records of Presidents Frank Porter Graham and Gordon Gray. This scheme has been used for consistency and to provide for the logical grouping of related activities. An index to selected folder headings is provided as an aid to the location of pertinent files within the records group.

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Contents list

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1. General Administration/Consolidated University Administrative Files
1.1. Subject Files
1.2. Academic Affairs Division
1.3. Educational Television Division
1.4. Finance Division
1.5. Planning Division
1.6. Research and Public Service Programs Division
1.7. Student Services and Special Programs Division
1.7.1. Student Services
1.7.2. Special Programs
1.8. Outside Organizations
2. Board of Trustees, (1931-1972)/Board of Governors, (1972-1986)
2.1. Board of Trustees, (1931-1972)
2.1.1. Correspondence
2.1.2. Committees
2.1.3. Minutes
2.1.4. Reorganization
2.2. Board of Governors, (1972- )
2.2.1. Correspondence
2.2.2. Committees
2.2.3. Minutes
3. Consolidated University of North Carolina Campus Records, (1931-1972)
3.1. North Carolina State University at Raleigh
3.1.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.1.2. Academic Affairs
3.1.3. Athletic Affairs
3.1.4. Business and Finance Affairs
3.1.5. Development Affairs
3.1.6. Faculty Affairs
3.1.7. Graduate Affairs
3.1.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
3.1.9. Student Affairs
3.2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.2.2. Academic Affairs
3.2.3. Athletic Affairs
3.2.4. Business and Finance Affairs
3.2.5. Development Affairs
3.2.6. Faculty Affairs
3.2.7. Graduate School Affairs
3.2.8. Health Affairs
3.2.9. Student Affairs
3.3. University of North Carolina at Greensboro
3.3.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.3.2. Academic Affairs
3.3.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
3.3.4. Business and Finance Affairs
3.3.5. Development Affairs
3.3.6. Faculty Affairs
3.3.7. Graduate Affairs
3.3.8. Health Affairs
3.3.9. Student Affairs
3.4. University of North Carolina at Asheville
3.4.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.4.2. Academic Affairs
3.4.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
3.4.4. Business and Finance Affairs: [Vacant]
3.4.5. Development Affairs: [Vacant]
3.4.6. Faculty Affairs
3.4.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
3.4.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
3.4.9. Student Affairs
3.5. University of North Carolina at Charlotte
3.5.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.5.2. Academic Affairs
3.5.3. Athletic Affairs
3.5.4. Business and Finance Affairs
3.5.5. Development Affairs
3.5.6. Faculty Affairs
3.5.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
3.5.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
3.5.9. Student Affairs
3.6. University of North Carolina at Wilmington
3.6.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.6.2. Academic Affairs
3.6.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
3.6.4. Business and Finance Affairs
3.6.5. Development Affairs: [Vacant]
3.6.6. Faculty Affairs
3.6.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
3.6.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
3.6.9. Student Affairs
4. The University of North Carolina System Campus Records, (1972-1986)
4.1. North Carolina State University
4.1.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.1.2. Academic Affairs
4.1.3. Athletic Affairs
4.1.4. Business and Finance
4.1.5. Development Affairs
4.1.6. Faculty Affairs
4.1.7. Graduate Affairs
4.1.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.1.9. Student Affairs
4.1.10. Board of Trustees
4.2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
4.2.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.2.2. Academic Affairs
4.2.3. Athletic Affairs
4.2.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.2.5. Development Affairs
4.2.6. Faculty Affairs
4.2.7. Graduate Affairs
4.2.8. Health Affairs
4.2.9. Student Affairs
4.2.10. Board of Trustees
4.3. University of North Carolina at Greensboro
4.3.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.3.2. Academic Affairs
4.3.3. Athletics: [Vacant]
4.3.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.3.5. Development Affairs
4.3.6. Faculty Affairs: [Vacant]
4.3.7. Graduate Affairs
4.3.8. Health Affairs
4.3.9. Student Affairs
4.3.10. Board of Trustees
4.4. University of North Carolina at Asheville
4.4.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.4.2. Academic Affairs
4.4.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
4.4.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.4.5. Development Affairs
4.4.6. Faculty Affairs
4.4.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.4.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.4.9. Student Affairs
4.4.10. Board of Trustees
4.5. University of North Carolina at Charlotte
4.5.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.5.2. Academic Affairs
4.5.3. Athletics
4.5.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.5.5. Development Affairs
4.5.6. Faculty Affairs
4.5.7. Graduate Affairs
4.5.8. Health Affairs
4.5.9. Student Affairs
4.5.10. Board of Trustees
4.6. University of North Carolina at Wilmington
4.6.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.6.2. Academic Affairs
4.6.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
4.6.4. Business and Financial Affairs
4.6.5. Development Affairs
4.6.6. Faculty Affairs
4.6.7. Graduate Affairs:
4.6.8. Health Affairs
4.6.9. Student Affairs
4.6.10. Board of Trustees
4.7. Appalachian State University
4.7.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.7.2. Academic Affairs
4.7.3. Athletic Affairs
4.7.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.7.5. Development Affairs
4.7.6. Faculty Affairs
4.7.7. Graduate School
4.7.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.7.9. Student Affairs
4.7.10. Board of Trustees
4.8. East Carolina University
4.8.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.8.2. Academic Affairs
4.8.3. Athletic Affairs
4.8.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.8.5. Development Affairs: [Vacant]
4.8.6. Faculty Affairs
4.8.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.8.8. Health Affairs
4.8.9. Student Affairs
4.8.10. Board of Trustees
4.9. Elizabeth City State University
4.9.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.9.2. Academic Affairs
4.9.3. Athletic Affairs
4.9.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.9.5. Development Affairs
4.9.6. Faculty Affairs
4.9.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.9.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.9.9. Student Affairs
4.9.10. Board of Trustees
4.10. Fayetteville State University
4.10.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.10.2. Academic Affairs
4.10.3. Athletic Affairs
4.10.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.10.5. Development Affairs
4.10.6. Faculty Affairs
4.10.7. Graduate Affairs
4.10.8. Health Affairs
4.10.9. Student Affairs
4.10.10. Board of Trustees
4.11. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
4.11.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.11.2. Academic Affairs
4.11.3. Athletics: [Vacant]
4.11.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.11.5. Development Affairs
4.11.6. Faculty Affairs
4.11.7. Graduate Affairs
4.11.8. Health Affairs
4.11.9. Student Affairs
4.11.10. Board of Trustees
4.12. North Carolina Central University
4.12.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.12.2. Academic Affairs
4.12.3. Athletic Affairs
4.12.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.12.5. Development Affairs
4.12.6. Faculty Affairs
4.12.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.12.8. Health Affairs
4.12.9. Student Affairs
4.12.10. Board of Trustees
4.13. North Carolina School of the Arts
4.13.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.13.2. Academic Affairs
4.13.3. Athletic Affairs: [Vacant]
4.13.4. Business and Financial Affairs
4.13.5. Development Affairs
4.13.6. Faculty Affairs
4.13.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.13.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.13.9. Student Affairs:
4.13.10. Board of Trustees
4.14. Pembroke State University
4.14.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.14.2. Academic Affairs
4.14.3. Athletic Affairs
4.14.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.14.5. Development Affairs: [Vacant]
4.14.6. Faculty Affairs
4.14.7. Graduate Affairs: [Vacant]
4.14.8. Health Affairs: [Vacant]
4.14.9. Student Affairs
4.14.10. Board of Trustees
4.15. Western Carolina University
4.15.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.15.2. Academic Affairs
4.15.3. Athletic Affairs
4.15.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.15.5. Development Affairs
4.15.6. Faculty Affairs
4.15.7. Graduate Affairs
4.15.8. Health Affairs
4.15.9. Student Affairs
4.15.10. Board of Trustees
4.16. Winston-Salem State University
4.16.1. Office of the Chancellor
4.16.2. Academic Affairs
4.16.3. Athletics: [Vacant]
4.16.4. Business and Finance Affairs
4.16.5. Development Affairs
4.16.6. Faculty Affairs
4.16.7. Graduate Affairs
4.16.8. Health Affairs
4.16.9. Student Affairs
4.16.10. Board of Trustees
5. Audiovisual materials, undated.

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This series consists of eight subseries. They reflect the activities of the various offices within the Consolidated University (1956-1972) and the General Administration of the UNC System (1972-1986) which reported directly to the President.

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This series contains files on topics of general administrative concern which pertain to The System as a whole or to two or more campuses.

Box 1

General, 1960-1986

Administrative Council: President's Cabinet: General, 1955-1958

Administrative Council: President's Cabinet: Decisions Index, 1957-1958

Administrative Council: Consolidated Council, 1959-1961

Administrative Council: Administrative Council, 1961-1986

Affirmative Action, General Administration Plan, 1974

All-University Advisory Council, 1968-1972

All-University Calendar Committee, 1965-1969

All-University Committee on Academic Freedom, Faculty Due Process and Tenure, 1957-1959

All-University Committee on Faculty Welfare, 1972-1980

All-University Committee to Study Extra Compensation for Faculty Members, 1960-1962

All-University Division of Recreation, 1959-1960

Annual Report (see President's Report, below)

Athletics: General, 1953, 1956-1976, 1983-1986

Box 2

Athletics: Dixie Classic Controversy, 1961-1964

Black Institutions: Relations with, 1964

Black Institutions: A Comparative Study of the Five Historically Black Constituent Institutions of the University of North Carolina, 1976

Black Institutions: Traditionally Black Institutions, 1973-1986

(see also HEW in Series 5 and Series 8)

Carmichael, William D., Jr., Memorial Committee, 1961-1962

Consolidated University Office Building, 1957-1958

Communist Oath (see Loyalty Oath, below)

Consolidated Council (see Administrative Council, above)

Disclaimer Affidavit (see Loyalty Oath, below)

Distinguished Professors, 1964, 1966-1968

External Professional Activities Policy (see Personnel Policy, below)

Faculty Advisory Council, 1961-1963

Faculty Assembly: General, 1972-1986

Faculty Assembly: Minutes, 1972-1985

Faculty Committee on University Relationships: Report, 1958

Box 3

Friday, William Clyde: Citations (see Box 3b below)

Friday, William Clyde: Education, U.S. Office of: Friday Position with, 1966

Friday, William Clyde: Friday Junior High School (Dallas, North Carolina), 1970-1972, 1977, 1980

Friday, William Clyde: Governor's Race (1984 primary), 1981-1982

Friday, William Clyde: Honorary Degrees (see Box 3b below)

Friday, William Clyde: Inauguration: Planning, 1957-1958

Friday, William Clyde: Inauguration: Expenses, 1957

Friday, William Clyde: Inauguration: Ceremony Program, 1957

(see also Box 3b)

Friday, William Clyde: Inauguration: Photographs, 1957

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) June 21, 1966

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) January 6, 1970

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) June 4, 1971

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) April 14, 1974

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) November 11, 1976

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) June 21, 1979

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) September 13, 1981

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) September 28, 1981

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) August 23, 1982 (Ida Friday)

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) December 5, 1982

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) February 17, 1985

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Interviews (typescript) undated

(see also Speeches, below)

Friday, William Clyde: Medals: The University Award (see Box 3b, below)

Friday, William Clyde: North Carolina Public Service Award Society 1981

(Friday recipient)

Friday, William Clyde: Questionnaires, 1959-1985

Friday, William Clyde: Retirement, 1984-1986

Friday, William Clyde: Senate Race (1986), 1985

Friday, William Clyde: Speeches (see Speeches, below in this series)

Friday, William Clyde: State of the University Broadcast, 1967

Friday, William Clyde: Tarheel of the Week, 1985

Friday, William Clyde: Television, 1967-1979, 1982-1984

Friday, William Clyde: Twentieth Anniversay, 1976

Friday, William Clyde: Twenty-fifth Anniversary: General, 1981

Friday, William Clyde: Twenty-fifth Anniversary: Morehead Dinner, 1981

Gardner (O. Max) Portrait, 1961-1962

General Administration Building, 1968-1971, 1977-1978, 1986

Graduate School: General, 1960-1961, 1964

Graduate School: Graduate Executive Council, 1957-1969

Graduate School: Graduate Studies and Research, Vice-President for, 1957-1960

Graduate School: University Graduate Council, 1974-1984

Graham, Frank Porter: Death of, 1972

Graham, Frank Porter: Memorial, 1980

Hay Associates: Administrative Salary Study, 1973-1975, 1977-1978

Hay Associates: Analysis of Positions, 1975-1977

Hay Associates: Report, 1973

Box 3b

Friday, William Clyde: Citations, Honorary Degrees, and Medals

Box 4

Folder 139

Hodges, Luther H., 1962-1964, 1969

Box 4

Folder 140-145

Folder 140

Folder 141

Folder 142

Folder 143

Folder 144

Folder 145

Information Services, 1966-1986

Box 4

Folder 146

Institute for Environmental Health Studies, Proposal, 1964-1965

Box 4

Folder 147

Institutional Research, Vice-President for, 1972-1975

Box 4

Folder 148-151

Folder 148

Folder 149

Folder 150

Folder 151

Institutional Studies (Development), Vice-President for, 1964-1972

Box 4

Folder 152

Johnson, Lyndon Baines, Visit (1964), 1964

Box 4

Folder 153

Kenan Professors Convocation, 1979-1980

Box 4

Folder 154

Kenan, Sarah Graham, Foundation: Discretionary Fund, 1968-1970

Box 4

Folder 155-158

Folder 155

Folder 156

Folder 157

Folder 158

Legal Affairs: General, 1969-1985

Box 4

Folder 159

Legal Affairs: AIDS, University Guidelines, 1985-1986

Box 4

Folder 160

Legal Affairs: Board of Trustees/Board of Governors, 1970-1985

Box 4

Folder 161

Legal Affairs: Chancellor/Dean Relationship (FSU/WCU), 1977

Box 4

Folder 162

Legal Affairs: Civil Rights Act (1964): General, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1983

Box 4

Folder 163

Legal Affairs: Civil Rights Act (1964): Title VI, 1977

Box 4

Folder 164

Legal Affairs: Civil Rights Act (1964): Title IX, 1974-1979

Box 4

Folder 165

Legal Affairs: Disruption Policy, 1970-1971

(see also Campus Disruption in Series 7, Subseries 1)

Box 4

Folder 166

Legal Affairs: Equal Employment Opportunity, 1971-1976, 1980

Box 4

Folder 167

Legal Affairs: Equal Pay, 1973-1975

Box 4

Folder 168

Legal Affairs: Graduate Student Government Association, Proposed, 1971

Box 4

Folder 169

Legal Affairs: Handicapped Students, 1977-1982

Box 4

Folder 170

Legal Affairs: Homosexuality, legal dimensions, 1984-1985

Box 4

Folder 171

Legal Affairs: Legislation (North Carolina) on Higher Education: General, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1983

Box 4

Folder 172

Legal Affairs: Legislation (North Carolina) on Higher Education: Licensing Private Educational Institutions, 1976-1978, 1982

(see also Series 5)

Box 4

Folder 173-174

Folder 173

Folder 174

Legal Affairs: Legislation (North Carolina) on Higher Education: University-sponsored Legislation, Proposed, 1977, 1979-1981

Box 4

Folder 175

Legal Affairs: Liability Insurance, 1972, 1975, 1977

Box 4

Folder 176

Legal Affairs: Open Meetings Law, 1976-1984

(see also Secretary of the University, below)

Box 4

Folder 177

Legal Affairs: Public Records Act, 1973-1984

Box 4

Folder 178

Legal Affairs: State Property Tax, 1972-1975

Box 4

Folder 179

Legal Affairs: Student Fees, 1971-1972, 1976-1977

Box 4

Folder 180

Legal Affairs: Student Government: General, 1972, 1975

Box 4

Folder 181

Legal Affairs: Student Government: Constitution, 1970-1971

Box 4

Folder 182

Legal Affairs: Student Government: Minority Representation, 1979, 1982

Box 5

Legal Affairs: Student Health, 1970, 1974

Legal Affairs: Tuition/Residency Policy, 1970-1985

Legal Affairs: Tuition waiver, faculty/staff, 1975-1976

Legal Affairs: Umstead Act, 1973, 1975, 1982

Legal Affairs: Visitation Policy, 1970-1972

(see also Series 7, Subseries 1)

Lost Colony, 1960-1961

(Sib Dorton, General Manager)

Loyalty Oath, 1958-1961, 1975-1977

Medical Education, 1963, 1968-1974

Box 6

Medical Education, 1975-1976

Memoranda to Chancellors: Adminstrative Memoranda: Series I: #1-49, October 1969-June 1972

Memoranda to Chancellors: Adminstrative Memoranda: Series II: #1-232, July 1972-1986

Memoranda to Chancellors: General Memoranda, 1957-1973

Box 7

Memoranda to Chancellors: General Memoranda, 1974-1981

Box 8

Memoranda to Chancellors: General Memoranda, 1982-1985

Peace Corps, 1961-1966

Personnel Policy: General, 1974-1981

Personnel Policy: Administrative Positions, 1968, 1973-1985

Personnel Policy: Executive Reorganization, 1960, 1970-1971

Personnel Policy: External Professional Activities Policy, 1979-1985

Personnel Policy: Faculty Grievance Policy, 1972-1982

Personnel Policy: Faculty Leaves: Financing, 1968

Personnel Policy: Faculty Leaves: Proposal for, 1958

Personnel Policy: Faculty Losses, 1956

Personnel Policy: Faculty Rating, 1970

Personnel Policy: Faculty Workload Study, 1977-1980

(see also Series 8 under North Carolina General Assembly)

Personnel Policy: Job Classification: EPA/SPA Study, 1973-1974

Personnel Policy: Job Classification: SPA Appeals Process, 1983-1985

Personnel Policy: Nepotism Policy, 1957-1959

Personnel Policy: Political Activities Policy, 1975-1977, 1980, 1982, 1985

Personnel Policy: Retirement Policy, 1958, 1971-1985

Personnel Policy: Salaries: Administrative, 1959-1983

Personnel Policy: Salaries: Faculty, 1960-1986

Personnel Policy: Salaries: Medical, 1975-1979

Personnel Policy: Tenure Policy, 1960, 1972-1976, 1979, 1984

Personnel Policy: Unionization, non-academic employees, 1969-1970

President's Advisory Council on Educational Policy, 1963-1968

President's Cabinet (see Administrative Council, above)

President's Conference of University Officers, Deans and Directors, 1964

President's House, Renovation of, 1957

President's Report, 1958/1959-1973/1974

Box 9

President's Report, 1974/1975-1984/1985

Secretary of the University: General, 1961-1962, 1972-1984

Secretary of the University: Board of Governors, 1975, 1979, 1981

Secretary of the University: Institutional Board of Trustees, 1973-1985

Secretary of the University: Open Meetings Law, 1978-1979

(see also Legal Affairs, above)

Speaker Ban: General, 1963-1965

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speaker Ban: Board of Trustees: Discussion, 1963-1968

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Box 10

Speaker Ban: Britt Commission (Commission to Study the Statutes Relating to Visiting Speakers at State-Supported Educational Institutions): Testimony Transcripts, August-September 1965

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speaker Ban: Britt Commission (Commission to Study the Statutes Relating to Visiting Speakers at State-Supported Educational Institutions): Report to Governor Moore, November 5, 1965

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speaker Ban: Constitutionality of the Speaker Ban Law (HB 1395), Attorney General's Memorandum, 1963

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speaker Ban: General Assembly Special Session, 1965

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speaker Ban: Statements, 1963-1965, undated

(see also Visiting Speakers, below)

Speeches (typescript)

(see also Friday, Interviews, above)

Speeches (typescript): Pre-presidency, 1949-1951, 1954-1956

Speeches (typescript): Presidency, 1957-1971

Box 11

Speeches (typescript): Presidency, 1972-1986, no date

State of the University Conference, 1956

Triangle Reseach Libraries Network (TRLN), 1974, 1985-1986

University Committee on Long-Range Planning, 1966-1968

University Equal Employment Opportunity Committee, 1972

University Relations, Vice-President for, 1966-1969

Visiting Speakers: General, 1961-1969

(see also Speaker Ban, above)

Visiting Speakers: Aptheker-Wilkinson Appearance, 1966

(see also Speaker Ban, above)

Visiting Speakers: Lawsuit, 1966-1968

(see also Speaker Ban, above)

Visiting Speakers: Policy: Board of Trustees Executive Committee, 1968

(see also Speaker Ban, above)

Visiting Speakers: Policy: Regulations, 1941, 1966, 1968

(see also Speaker Ban, above)

Box 12

Weaver, Fred H., 1968-1972, 1975

(Vice President for University Relations until 1969, on leave to Ford Foundation in India, died 1972; letters re events at UNC, personal)

Wilson, Louis Round: General, 1957-1977

Wilson, Louis Round: Friday Administration, Index to Subjects, 1958-1965

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Academic Affairs Division

This series contains material relating to the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost (Donald B. Anderson, 1958-1966; William S. Wells, 1966-1971; Raymond Dawson, 1972- ). This office is responsible for the development of academic programs throughout The System.

Box 13

Folder 413-418

Folder 413

Folder 414

Folder 415

Folder 416

Folder 417

Folder 418

General, 1959-1986

Box 13

Folder 419

Budget: Academic Programs, 1964, 1972-1986

Box 13

Folder 420

Curriculum Development: Business Administration, 1976, 1979-1980, 1983

Box 13

Folder 421

Curriculum Development: Computers, 1980, 1983-1984

Box 13

Folder 422

Curriculum Development: Continuing Education, 1966, 1974, 1982

(see also Extension Program in Series 6)

Box 13

Folder 423

Curriculum Development: Cooperative Education, 1961, 1964, 1981-1982

Box 13

Folder 424

Curriculum Development: Criminal Justice, 1975-1983

Box 13

Folder 425

Curriculum Development: Driver Safety Education, 1973-1975

Box 13

Folder 426

Curriculum Development: Education, 1973-1985

Box 13

Folder 427

Curriculum Development: Engineering, 1959-1960, 1963, 1973, 1978-1984

Box 13

Folder 428

Curriculum Development: Extension: General, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1982-1983

Box 13

Folder 429

Curriculum Development: Extension: Inventories, 1980, 1982-1985

(Authorized degree-related programs)

Box 13

Folder 430

Curriculum Development: Extension: Military, 1960-1961, 1973-1977

Box 13

Folder 431

Curriculum Development: Graduate, 1966-1984

Box 13

Folder 432

Curriculum Development: International, 1960, 1972-1980

Box 13

Folder 433

Curriculum Development: Name Changes (courses, programs, etc.), 1966, 1974-1981

Box 13

Folder 434

Curriculum Development: Natural Resources Management, 1980-1984

Box 13

Folder 435

Curriculum Development: New Degrees, system-wide, 1961, 1963, 1972-1983, 1985

Box 13

Folder 536

Curriculum Development: Nursing, 1975-1976, 1980, 1982

(see also Health Affairs Programs, below)

Box 13

Folder 437

Curriculum Development: Vocational Education, 1981-1982, 1985-1986

Box 13

Folder 438

Doctoral Study Assignment, 1978-1985

Box 13

Folder 439-454

Folder 439

Folder 440

Folder 441

Folder 442

Folder 443

Folder 444

Folder 445

Folder 446

Folder 447

Folder 448

Folder 449

Folder 450

Folder 451

Folder 452

Folder 453

Folder 454

Enrollment: General, 1960-1986

(see also Series 7)

Box 13

Folder 455

Enrollment: Going Rates, 1977-1981

(see also Series 7)

Box 13

Folder 456

Enrollment: Black students, 1957-1958

(see also Series 7)

Box 13

Folder 457

Enrollment: Statistical Data, 1958-1986

(see also Series 7)

Box 14

Health Affairs Programs: Allied Health Education, 1961, 1972, 1974-1975, 1981

Health Affairs Programs: Allied Health Education Centers (AHEC), 1975, 1979

Health Affairs Programs: Contract Programs: General, 1972-1974, 1976-1979

Health Affairs Programs: Contract Programs: Dentistry, 1972-1985

Health Affairs Programs: Contract Programs: Medicine, 1972-1980, 1983

Health Affairs Programs: Contract Programs: Optometry, 1973-1985

Health Affairs Programs: Contract Programs: Veterinary Medicine, 1973-1978, 1980

Health Affairs Programs: Medical Education: General, 1964-1985

Health Affairs Programs: Medical Education: East Carolina University Medical School, 1973-1976

(see also Series 4, Series 8, Subseries 8)

Health Affairs Programs: Nursing Education, 1969, 1972-1983

Health Affairs Programs: Pharmacy Programs, 1976, 1979, 1985

Health Affairs Programs: Veterinary Medicine Programs, 1967, 1976, 1980

(see also Series 5 below; and Series 4, Series 1, Subseries 2)

Institute for Undergraduate Curriculum Reform: General, 1972-1977

Institute for Undergraduate Curriculum Reform: Newsletters, 1974-1975

Institute for Undergraduate Curriculum Reform: Report, 1974

Institute of Statistics, 1957-1961

Provost, 1956-1957

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Correspondence: General, 1960, 1973, 1979, 1982-1986

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Correspondence: Faculty Exchanges, 1984-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Correspondence: In-field/Out-of-field Teaching, 1982-1983

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Correspondence: Lateral Entry, 1984-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Correspondence: Public Schools, 1983-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Academic Program Development Procedures, 1978-1979, 1982-1983

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Doctoral Program Quality-Assessment Protocols, 1976

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Education Commission of the States Task Force on Education for Economic Growth, 1982-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: The Future of the College of Education in America's Major Universities, Proposed study, 1982-1983

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Institute for Research and Training, 1982-1983

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Long Range Plan, 1978

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Math and Science Education Center Network, 1982-1986

Box 15

Public School Teacher Education Programs: National Teacher Examination, 1977-1980, 1984

Public School Teacher Education Programs: North Carolina Association of Educators Task Force on Excellence in Education, 1984

Public School Teacher Education Programs: North Carolina Career Development Program, 1983-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, 1983-1986

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Paideia Proposal (Mortimer Adler), 1981-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Placement Testing Program, 1982-1983

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Principals' Management Program, 1983-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Public School Forum of North Carolina, Inc., 1985

(see also Series 8, below)

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Quality Assurance Program, 1978-1985

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Reading Education, 1975, 1979

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Southeastern Regional Educational Laboratory 1983, 1985-1986

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Status Reports, 1983-1984, 1986

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): General, 1976-1979

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): Advisors' Reports, 1976-1981

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): Closure Conference Reports, 1978

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): Recommendations, 1977-1978

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): Review Panel, 1978

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Education Review Program (TERP): Surveys, 1976-1977

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Manpower Study, 1977

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Preparation Program Study, 1985-1986

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Teacher Salaries: Public School, 1983-1984

Public School Teacher Education Programs: Title XX Training Programs, 1977-1978, 1980

Public School Teacher Education Programs: University Council on Teacher Education, 1978-1979, 1982-1985

Special Education Programs: General, 1962-1963, 1973-1974, 1979, 1981, 1985-1986

Special Education Programs: Cooperative Planning Consortium of Special Education Training Programs: General, 1974-1986

Special Education Programs: Cooperative Planning Consortium of Special Education Training Programs: Budget Supplement, 1975

Special Education Programs: Council on Educational Services for Exceptional Children, 1982

Special Education Programs: North Carolina Council on Developmental Disablities, 1978, 1984-1986

Special Education Programs: Rehabilitation Program for the Visually Handicapped, 1978-1979, 1981

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Educational Television Division

These files include information concerning the development of educational television at the University of North Carolina. They begin with the first efforts for in-school use of television by the public schools and continue through the growth of the Center for Public Television. Directors of the program have been George E. Bair (1969-1979) and John Dunlop (1980- ).

Box 16

General, 1957-1986

Box 17

Advisory Programming Council, 1957-1958

Ascertainment Reports, 1983-1984

Audience Poll, 1980

Budget: General, 1971, 1981-1986

Budget: Financial Reports, 1981-1984

Center for Public Television Board of Trustees: General, 1980-1985

Center for Public Television Board of Trustees: Minutes, 1980-1985

Educational Television, Commission on (see under North Carolina Governor's Office in Series 8, below)

Friends of University Network Television (FOUNT), 1976-1979

Long-Range Plan, 1981-1982

North Carolina Task Force on Public Telecommunications (see Series 8, below)

Public Radio, 1973, 1976-1977, 1981

(see also North Carolina Task Force on Public Telecommunications in Series 8, below)

Transmission Expansion Program, 1980-1983

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Finance Division

These files relate primarily to the budget process. William D. Carmichael, Jr. served as Vice President and Finance Officer until his death in 1961. He was succeeded by A. H. Shepard, Jr. who served until 1968 when Felix Joyner became the Vice President.

Box 18

General, 1956-1986

Bond Issues, 1959, 1961, 1975-1976

Budget: Advisory Budget Commission, 1960-1970, 1973-1977, 1980-1982

Budget: Budget Preparation, by fiscal year, 1957/1959-1959/1961

Box 19

Budget: Budget Preparation, by fiscal year, 1961/1963-1985/1987

Dormitory Financing, 1957-1958

Escheats Office, 1957-1968

Box 20

Gifts and Bequests, 1958-1985

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. Planning Division

Planning Division. Established in the 1972 reorganization this Division was first headed by Cameron West, former Director of the Board of Higher Education. Dr. West was succeeded by John L. Sanders (1973-1978). Roy Carroll became Vice President for Planning in 1979. The files are concerned with long-range planning for The University System, including its relationship with private institutions and community colleges.

Box 21

General, 1972-1986

Accepted Applicant Study, 1979

Aid to Private Institutions, 1971, 1973-1983

Community Colleges, North Carolina Department of

(see also North Carolina State Board of Education, Series 8)

Community Colleges, North Carolina Department of: General, 1977, 1979

Community Colleges, North Carolina Department of: Fayetteville Programs, 1979-1980

Community Colleges, North Carolina Department of: Joint Advisory Committee, 1975-1984

Community Colleges, North Carolina Department of: Liaison Committee, 1976-1984

Drop-out Rates (1977-1978), 1980

Federal/State Relationship Agreement, 1979-1981, 1983

Financial Aid, 1972, 1982

Graduate Surveys, 1974-1976, 1979, 1983-1986

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System

(see also U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare in Series 8, below)

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System: General, 1973-1980

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System: Data Collection, 1976-1982

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System: Enrollment, 1974-1977, 1981, 1984

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System: North Carolina Alumni and Friends Coalition, 1974-1976

(see also Series 8)

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Desegregation, UNC System: Title III: Strengthening Developing Institutions Program (SDIP), 1975-1976, 1979-1982

Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of: Veterinary School (see below in this series)

Higher Education General Information Survey, 1972, 1980, 1982

Legal Education: Board of Governors' Report on Legal Education in North Carolina, 1972, 1981, 1983

Legal Education: North Carolina Central University, 1974-1977

Legal Education: UNC-Charlotte, Proposed, 1973-1974

Licensing Non-Public Educational Institutions, 1975, 1979-1986

(see also Licensure, Series 1, Series 7, Subseries 2; and Board of Governors, Committee on Educational Planning, Series 2, Series 2, Subseries 2)

Long-Range Plan, 1970; 1974-1983, 1985

Medical Education (see Series 2, above)

Non-Accredited Degree Programs (UNC), 1973

Optometry School, Proposed, 1974-1977

(see also Contract Programs in Series 2, above)

Search Committee, Vice President for Planning (Carroll), 1979

Social Security Numbers, Use of, 1982

Student Market Projections, 1977

Box 22

Third Century Project, 1983-1986

(Post-Secondary Education in North Carolina)

Tuition and Required Fees, Allocation, 1972, 1982

University Committee on Long-Range Planning (see Series 1, above)

Veterinary School

(see also Series 2, above; and Series 4, Series 1, Subseries 2)

Veterinary School: General, 1973-1978

Veterinary School: Board of Governors Professional Education Subcommittee on Veterinary Education in North Carolina, 1974

Veterinary School: Cole Report, 1974

Veterinary School: Contract Programs (see Series 2, above)

Veterinary School: HEW Involvement, 1974-1975

Veterinary School: North Carolina State University Proposal, 1973-1977

Veterinary School: North Carolina A and T University Proposal, 1974-1975, 1977

Veterinary School: Southern Regional Education Board: Cooperative Programs, 1973-1977

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.6. Research and Public Service Programs Division

These files refer to the management of The System's sponsored research programs as well as interinstitutional programs. Its Vice Presidents have been Charles E. Bishop (1966-1970), H. Brooks James (1970-1973), Walton Jones (1973-1985) and Jasper Memory (1986- ).

Box 23

Folder 720-726

Folder 720

Folder 721

Folder 722

Folder 723

Folder 724

Folder 725

Folder 726

General, 1962, 1966-1986

Box 23

Folder 727

Activity Report, 1980

Box 23

Folder 728-731

Folder 728

Folder 729

Folder 730

Folder 731

All-University Council on Continuing Education, 1967-1982

(see also Continuing Education, under Curriculum Development in Series 2, above)

Box 23

Folder 732

All-University Council on Environmental Studies, 1973, 1982

Box 23

Folder 733

All-University Council on Urban Studies and Programs, 1968-1969, 1973, 1976-1981

Box 23

Folder 734

Center for New Business Executives, 1978-1979

Box 23

Folder 735

Certified Public Managers Program, 1980

Box 23

Folder 736

Coastal Plains Regional Commission, 1974, 1977-1981

Box 23

Folder 737

Energy Institute, 1976-1979

Box 23

Folder 738

Executive Development Program, 1976-1979

Box 23

Folder 739

Extension Program: General, 1979-1980

Box 23

Folder 740

Extension Program: Policies and Procedures, 1979-1981

(see also Curriculum Development, Series 2)

Box 23

Folder 741

Higher Education Act of 1965, Amendments, 1979-1980

Box 23

Folder 742

Highlands Biological Station, 1972, 1975-1983

Box 23

Folder 743-746

Folder 743

Folder 744

Folder 745

Folder 746

Highway Safety Research Center, 1967-1969, 1972-1986

Box 23

Folder 747-753

Folder 747

Folder 748

Folder 749

Folder 750

Folder 751

Folder 752

Folder 753

Institute of Nutrition: General, 1970-1971, 1978-1986

Box 23

Folder 754

Institute of Nutrition: Annual Reports, 1979-1985

Box 23

Folder 755

Interinstitutional Programs, Budget, 1980

Box 23

Folder 756

International Programs, 1968, 1970, 1979

Box 23

Folder 757

International Trade Center, 1980, 1982

Box 23

Folder 758

Learning-Disabled Students, 1979-1981

Box 23

Folder 759-760

Folder 759

Folder 760

Marine Sciences Program: General, 1967-1978, 1980-1982, 1985

Box 23

Folder 761

Marine Sciences Program: Sea Grant, 1969-1977, 1985

Box 23

Folder 762

North Carolina Biotechnology Committee, 1982-1984

Box 23

Folder 763

North Carolina Real Estate Licensing Board, 1980

Box 23

Folder 764

Northeastern North Carolina Tomorrow Conference, 1982

Box 23

Folder 765

Public Service Fellows Program, 1977-1980

Box 24

Research, Council on, 1975-1976, 1979-1981

Research Management Project: General, 1974-1977

Research Management Project: Sponsored Program Activity, 1981-1985

Rural and Community Ventures Corporation of North Carolina, 1977-1984

Services to the Blind, 1979-1980

Small Business and Technology Development Center, 1985-1986

Southeastern Dialogue on the Changing World Economy, 1980

Sunset Law, 1980

(Licensing of Psychologists)

Technology Transfer Committee, 1981, 1983-1984

Water Resources Research Institute, 1967-1969, 1973-1977, 1980, 1982, 1985-1986

(see also under Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of, in Series 3, Series 1, Subseries 2)

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.7. Student Services and Special Programs Division

Authorized by the 1972 reorganization this Division has been headed by Harold Delaney (1972-1974), Cleon Thompson (1976-1985), and Lloyd V. Hackley (1985- ). The records are divided into two subseries: Student Services and Special Programs. Student Services pertains to issues relating to admissions, enrollment, financial aid, and student activities. Special Programs is concerned primarily with the licensure of non-public educational institutions.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.7.1. Student Services

Box 25

Folder 776-779

Folder 776

Folder 777

Folder 778

Folder 779

General, 1972-1986

Box 25

Folder 780-782

Folder 780

Folder 781

Folder 782

Admission Policies: General, 1956-1958, 1960-1966, 1970-1974, 1977, 1984

Box 25

Folder 783-785

Folder 783

Folder 784

Folder 785

Admission Policies: Joint Committee on College Transfer Students: General, 1972-1985

Box 25

Folder 786

Admission Policies: Joint Committee on College Transfer Students: Annual Reports, 1972, 1974, 1977-1979

Box 25

Folder 787

Admission Policies: Joint Committee on College Transfer Students: Grades, Transfer of, 1961, 1972

Box 25

Folder 788-789

Folder 788

Folder 789

Admission Policies: Joint Committee on College Transfer Students: Minutes, 1972-1974, 1977/1978, 1981-1984

Box 25

Folder 790

Admission Policies: Joint Committee on College Transfer Students: Transfer Students, Academic Performance of (1972 Report), 1974, 1977

Box 25

Folder 791

Admission Policies: Out-of-State Students. 1961-1963

Box 25

Folder 792

Admission Policies: Remedial Programs, 1957, 1976-1977

Box 25

Folder 793

Admission Policies: Testing, 1956-1959, 1974

Box 25

Folder 794

Alcohol/Drug Policy, 1967-1976, 1983-1984

Box 25

Folder 795

Automobile Policy, 1956-1957

Box 25

Folder 796-798

Folder 796

Folder 797

Folder 798

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Black Student Movement: General, 1969

Box 25

Folder 799

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Black Student Movement: Statements, 1968-1968

Box 25

Folder 800

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Black Student Movement: Stokely Carmichael Appearances, 1968-1969

Box 25

Folder 801

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Desegregation: General, 1963, 1966, 1969, 1974

Box 25

Folder 802

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Desegregation: Demonstrations, 1963-1964

Box 25

Folder 803

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Desegregation: Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-In, 1960

Box 25

Folder 804

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Disruptive Conduct: General, 1969-1970

Box 25

Folder 805

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Disruptive Conduct: Moratorium (Vietnam War), 1969

Box 25

Folder 806

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Disruptive Conduct: President's Consultative Committee for the Modification of University Policy on Disruptive Conduct, 1970

Box 25

Folder 807

Campus Disruption (Student Unrest): Disruptive Conduct: Statements, 1969-1970, 1973, 1984

Box 25

Folder 808-809

Folder 808

Folder 809

Enrollment: Minority Presence: General, 1973-1984

(see also Series 2, above)

Box 25

Folder 810

Enrollment: Minority Presence: American Indian, 1979-1983

(see also Series 2, above)

Box 25

Folder 811

Enrollment: Minority Presence: Survey: UNC Minority Students on White Campuses, 1972

(see also Series 2, above)

Box 26

Financial Aid: General, 1972-1974, 1981-1982, 1984

Financial Aid: Federal Loan Program, 1957

Financial Aid: Fellowships, 1958-1959, 1961-1968

Financial Aid: Foundations (see Scholarships)

Financial Aid: Scholarships: General, 1957-1982, 1984

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Board of Governors' Medical/Dental Scholarship Program: General, 1973-1985

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Board of Governors' Medical/Dental Scholarship Program: Dental Scholarship Annual Reports, 1978-1984

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Board of Governors' Medical/Dental Scholarship Program: Medical Scholarship Annual Reports, 1975/1976, 1978-1984

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Brooks, Aubrey Lee Foundation: General, 1958, 1972-1973, 1984

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Brooks, Aubrey Lee Foundation: Annual Reports, 1976-1985

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Johnston, James M., Scholarship, 1969-1970

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Morehead, John Motley, Foundation, 1958-1986

Financial Aid: Scholarships: North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority: General, 1970-1986

Financial Aid: Scholarships: North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority: Annual Reports, 1972-1973, 1983-1985

Financial Aid: Scholarships: North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority: Basic Education Opportunity Grant, 1973

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Phillips, Ellis L., Foundation, 1961-1963

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Turrentine, John W., Scholarship: Will, 1966-1968

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Turrentine, John W., Scholarship: Litigation, 1970-1972

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Turrentine, John W., Scholarship: Estate, 1974-1975

Financial Aid: Scholarships: Turrentine Memorial Educational Foundation (William Holt and Ella Rea), Annual Reports, 1975-1985

Food Services, 1959-1960

Housing Policy: Freshman Housing, 1980-1981

Housing Policy: System-wide Housing, 1967, 1973-1974

Housing Policy: Visitation Policy, 1967-1968, 1970-1971, 1985

Student Government (System-wide): Consolidated University Student Council, 1957-1970

Student Government (System-wide): North Carolina State Student Legislature, 1957-1958, 1960

Student Government (System-wide): North Carolina Student Body Presidents, 1972-1986

Student Government (System-wide): North Carolina Student Government Association, 1975-1985

Box 27

Student Health Services: General, 1973-1974, 1980, 1985

Student Health Services: Christian Science Students Exemption from Medical Examination and Hygiene Course, 1959-1961

Student Health Services: Standard Health Admission Form, 1972-1973, 1984

Student Publications, 1967, 1969, 1976

Student Unrest (see Campus Disruption, above)

Tuition/Fees: In-State Tuition Increase, 1975, 1982

Tuition/Fees: Residency Status Policy, 1967, 1971, 1975

Tuition/Fees: Student Fees, 1971

Visitation Policy (see Housing Policy, above)

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.7.2. Special Programs

Box 27

Advanced Institutional Development Program (AIDP), Title III, 1973-1978

(see also HEW in Series 5, above)

Fellowship for Racial and Economic Equality, 1973

Licensure: General, 1972-1983, 1986

Licensure: Asheboro Commercial College, 1974-1975, 1982

Licensure: Bible Schools, 1974-1981

Licensure: Biscayne Southern College, 1974-1975

Licensure: Carolina Christian University, 1977-1980

Licensure: Cecil's Junior College of Business, 1975, 1978,1980

Licensure: Cooperative University of America, 1973-1976

Licensure: Douglas Schools, Inc., 1974

Licensure: Durham College, 1974-1978, 1980

Licensure: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1985

Licensure: Hamilton College, 1978

Licensure: Hardbarger Business College, 1974-1975, 1980, 1983

Licensure: Heritage Bible College, 1973-1974

Licensure: Isothermal Community College (Limestone College), 1981

Licensure: Jefferson College, 1974-1975

Licensure: King's College, 1974-1975, 1980, 1984

Licensure: LaFayette College, 1974-1975, 1978

Licensure: Lone Mountain College (Southeast Institute), 1974

Licensure: Metrolina University, 1976

Licensure: Military Programs, 1974-1985

Licensure: North Carolina Educational Opportunities Center, Inc., 1975

Licensure: NW Missouri State University, 1974-1975

Licensure: Nova University, 1976-1983

Licensure: Piedmont Aerospace Institute, 1974-1978

Licensure: Roanoke Bible College, 1974-1976

Licensure: Rutledge College, 1983-1984

Licensure: Southern Illinois University, 1976, 1980-1981

Licensure: Stephens College, 1975

Licensure: Upper Iowa University, 1975

Licensure: Walden University, 1979

Licensure: Winsalm College, 1974

North Carolina Drug Authority (Commission): UNC Representation, 1972, 1974-1977, 1981, 1986

North Carolina Health Manpower Program, 1973-1975

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.8. Outside Organizations

This series consists of President Friday's correspondence with and about associations, institutes, state and federal agencies, conferences, committees, and other colleges and universities outside The University System. It includes material dealing only those organizations which involved two or more of the campuses of The System or which Friday dealt with in his capacity as President of the University.

Box 28

Agency for International Development: Advisory Committee on University Relations, 1963-1966

American Association for Higher Education, 1975-1977

American Association of Junior Colleges, 1964

American Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities (AALGCSU): General, 1957-1964

American Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities (AALGCSU): Centennial Commission, 1959-1962

American Association of Land Grant Colleges and State Universities (AALGCSU): Joint Office of Institutional Research, 1958-1966

American Board of Medical Specialties, 1975-1976

American Council of Life Insurance: University Advisory Council, 1979-1982

American Council on Education (ACE): General, 1956-1986

American Council on Education (ACE): Academic Administration Internship Program, 1971-1972

Box 29

American Council on Education (ACE): Board of Directors, 1961-1968

American Council on Education (ACE): Business and Higher Education Forum, 1978-1986

American Council on Education (ACE): Chairmanship (Friday election), 1964-1965

American Council on Education (ACE): Committee on Academic Affairs, 1967-1968

American Council on Education (ACE): Committee on Division I Intercollegiate Athletics, 1982-1985

American Council on Education (ACE): Committee on Finance, 1969

American Council on Education (ACE): Committee on Minorities in Higher Education, 1985

American Council on Education (ACE): Distinguished Service Award for Lifetime Achievement (WCF recipient), 1985-1986

American Council on Education (ACE): Nominating Committee, 1969

American Council on Learned Societies, 1975-1978

American Management Association, 1962-1963

American Quadricentennial Corporation, 1980-1984

Andrew Johnson Day Committee, 1958

Appalachian State Teachers College (Appalachian State University), 1961, 1964-1969

Asheville-Biltmore College, 1960-1969

Asheville School, 1977-1978, 1985

Aspen Institute, 1974-1986

Association of American Colleges, 1957-1961, 1966

Association of American Universities (AAU): General, 1957-1976

Box 30

Association of American Universities (AAU): General, 1977-1985

Association of American Universities (AAU): Council on Federal Relations, 1969-1970

Association of American Universities (AAU): Committee to Review Scope of AAU Activities, 1975-1976

Association of American Universities (AAU): Executive Committee, 1968-1972

Association of American Universities (AAU): Task Force on Federal Financing of Higher Education, 1967-1968

Association of Eastern Carolina Colleges, 1965

Association of Governing Boards of State Universities and Allied Institutions, 1957-1971

Atlantic Christian College, 1957; 1977; 1983-1984

Atomic Energy Commission, 1964-1965

Battle Park Association, 1964

Belmont Abbey College, 1957

Boston College Conference for Higher Education Administrators, 1975-1976

Brevard College, 1966, 1975

Burlington Industries, 1962-1972

Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1958-1964

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: General, 1957-1985

Box 31

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: Carnegie Commission on the Future of Higher Education, 1967-1974

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, 1974-1978

Carter Task Force on Education: General, 1976

Carter Task Force on Education: Minutes, 1976

Center for Creative Leadership: General, 1970-1981

Box 32

Center for Creative Leadership: General, 1982-1986

Center for Creative Leadership: Agenda, 1972-1977

Box 33

Center for Creative Leadership: Agenda, 1981-1985

Center for Creative Leadership: Minutes, 1971-1976, 1981-1985

Central Piedmont Consortium, 1975-1976

Charlotte College, 1958; 1960-1965

Chemstrand Corporation, 1958-1961

Children's Home Society of North Carolina, 1957-1969

Chinqua-Penn Plantation, 1959-1969; 1971

(see also Series 3, Series 3, Subseries 5; and Series 4, Series 3, Subseries 5)

Christian Printing Company, 1959-1961

Citizen Involvement Network: General, 1974-1976

Box 34

Citizen Involvement Network: Agenda, 1975-1976

Citizen Involvement Network: Minutes, 1975-1976

Citizen Involvement Network: Proposals: Mathias/Schroeder, 1976

Citizen Involvement Network: Proposals: Mott Foundation, 1976-1977

Citizen Involvement Network: Proposals: North Carolina, 1974-1976

Citizen Involvement Network: Prospectus, no date

Coker College, 1959-1960

College Entrance Examination Board, 1974-1975

Commerce Committee for the Alliance for Progress (COMAP), 1962-1963

Committee on Government and Higher Education, 1957-1959

Common Cause, 1971-1972

Community Chest, 1960-1961

Community Progress Program, 1967-1968

Compact for Education, 1965-1967

Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, 1957-1958

Conference on Governance of Higher Education, 1968-1969

Conference on the Relations of North Atlantic Nations, 1969-1970

Council for Financial Aid to Education, 1956-1961; 1966-1970

Council of Presidents of State-Supported Institutions, 1961-1962, 1968-1972, 1979

Council of Southern Universities, 1957-1984

Council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association, 1976-1979

Council on Library Resources, 1982-1984

Creative Arts Foundation, Inc., 1961-1966

Box 35

Davidson College, 1958-1979, 1982

Duke University: General, 1957-1985

Duke University: Cooperative Program in the Humanities, 1964-1966

Dupont Company, 1957-1960

East Carolina College, 1958-1967; University, 1967-1972

Education and World Affairs, 1964, 1966

Education Commission of the States (ECS): General, 1972-1979

Education Commission of the States (ECS): Task Force on Education for Economic Growth, 1982-1984

Education Task Force (see Carter Task Force on Education; Education Commission of the States; US Government: President, Office of; and Urban Coalition Education Writers' Tour, 1966-1967)

EDUCOM (Interuniversity Communications Council), 1966-1970; 1974-1977

Elizabeth City State Teachers College, 1959, 1961

Elon College, 1956, 1965, 1975

Flora Macdonald College, 1957

Folger Shakespeare Library, 1974, 1977

Ford Foundation: General, 1957-1973; 1980

Ford Foundation: Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1957-1961

Ford Foundation: Seven Springs Conference: General, 1975-1977

Ford Foundation: Seven Springs Conference: Minutes, 1975-1977

Box 36

Foreign Policy Association, 1980-1982

Friends of Weymouth: General, 1977

Friends of Weymouth: Minutes, 1980-1986

Gardner-Webb College, 1962

Gaston College, 1961-1965, 1971

Georgia, University of, 1964

Governor's Office (see North Carolina, State of)

Greensboro College, 1959

Grolier, Inc., 1980

Guilford College, 1968-1969, 1971, 1974

High Point College, 1963-1964

Howard University: Board of Trustees, 1975-1981

Human Values, Center for the Study of, 1973-1976

Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY, 1983-1985

Institute for College and University Administrators, 1957, 1960, 1962-1964

Institute of International Education, 1958-1966

International Cooperation Administration, 1957

International Educational Exchange Service, 1958-1960

International University of Communications, 1969

Interuniversity Communications Council (see EDUCOM)

Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Co.: General, 1963-1964

Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Co.: Foundation Scholarship, 1959

Junior Science Symposium, 1958-1960

Kenan Foundation, 1965-1984

Box 37

Kenan Foundation, 1985-1986

Kentucky, University of, 1964-1965, 1970

Lamar Society, 1971-1976

Latin American School of Public Administration, (Proposal FLASCO), 1962

Learning Institute of North Carolina (LINC): General, 1973-1978, 1984

Learning Institute of North Carolina (LINC): Directorship, 1966

Learning Institute of North Carolina (LINC): Regional Education Laboratory, 1965-1969

Lost Colony (see Roanoke Island Historical Association; see also Series 1, above)

Lutz-Yelton Foundation, Inc., 1979-1980

Markle Foundation, 1958-1972

Marshall Scholarship Scheme: Central Advisory Council, 1962-1966

Box 38

Mercer University, 1976-1977

Meredith College, 1966-1972, 1978

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina, 1979-1985

Missouri, University of, 1963

Morrison Award, 1966-1967, 1970, 1976-1984

Mount Olive Junior College, 1961-1962

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1961-1965

National Association of State Universities, 1957-1963

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 1964-1985

National Citizens' Commission on International Cooperation, 1965-1966

National Citizens' Committee for Community Relations, 1964-1965

National Conference on Public Service and the Federal-University Partnership, 1977-1978

National Governor's Association, 1982

National Humanities Center, 1975-1986

National Laboratory for Higher Education, 1972-1974

National Science Foundation, 1957-1965, 1968-1973, 1979, 1983

Box 39

North Carolina, State of: Administration, Department of, 1957-1974, 1976-1978

North Carolina, State of: Attorney General, Office of, 1965-1971, 1975

North Carolina, State of: Board of Higher Education (BHE): General, 1956-1965

Box 40

North Carolina, State of: Board of Higher Education (BHE): General, 1966-1972

North Carolina, State of: Board of Higher Education (BHE): BHE/University Trustees Relationship, 1957-1959

North Carolina, State of: Conservation and Development, Department of, 1957-1967

North Carolina, State of: Constitution Study Commission: Committee on Education, Welfare and Criminal Justice, 1968

North Carolina, State of: Education, State Board of (see State Board of Education, below)

North Carolina, State of: Ethics, Board of, 1977-1980

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: General, 1957, 1960-1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Admission Requirements, 1965, 1972, 1981, 1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Budget

(see also Series 2, above)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Budget: General, 1961-1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Budget: Reading Program, 1975

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Budget: Tuition Cuts, 1975

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: East Carolina University: Creation of, 1966-1967

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: East Carolina University: Medical School, 1969-1975, 1981

(see also Medical Education in Series 2, above)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Enrollment/Recruitment Policy, 1959, 1965, 1975, 1986

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Faculty Benefits, 1963, 1965, 1971-1981, 1984-1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Faculty Workload, 1979

(see also Faculty Workload Study, under Personnel Policy in Series 1)

Box 41

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Financial Aid: General, 1975, 1980-1981, 1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Financial Aid: Legislative Study Commission on: General, 1969-1971

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Financial Aid: Legislative Study Commission on: Statements, 1970

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: General Administration (location), 1965-1967

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education, Board of (see Board of Higher Education, above)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education (structure of), 1971-1974

(see also Series 2)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education Act (House Bill 1456): Analysis, 1971

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education Act (House Bill 1456): Discussion, 1971

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education Act (House Bill 1456): Interim Compilation (IOG), 1971

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Higher Education Act (House Bill 1456): Ratified, 1971

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Lobbying, 1959, 1962-1963

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Medical Manpower Study Commission, 1969, 1973-1974

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Medical School (Charlotte), 1963-1965

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Open Meetings Bill (HB 522), 1977-1979

(see also Secretary of the University, Series 1, above)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Private Aid, 1978

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Scott, Ralph H., 1963-1970

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Speaker Ban (see Series 1, above)

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Tuition/Residency Policy, 1963-1965, 1973-1977, 1983-1985

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: University Board of Trustees, Commission on the Study of the, 1965-1967

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: University Expansion, 1962, 1965

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: General, 1957-1968, 1970-1985

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Appalachian Regional Development Institute, 1961-1964

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Board of Trustees (Commission to Study the Manner of Selection of Trustees of the Greater University of North Carolina), 1958-1959

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): General, 1961-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Board of Higher Education Proposal, 1961

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #1: Central Coordinating Committee, 1961-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #2: Development of System of Higher Education, 1961-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #3: Community Colleges and New Colleges, 1961-1962

Box 42

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #4: Long-Range Growth Patterns, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #5: Enrollment and Student Admissions, 1961-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #6: Financing and Budgets, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: #7: Cooperative Planning Public/Private Institutions and the Public Schools, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: Special Committee on Community and Four-Year Colleges, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Carlyle Commission (Governor's Commission on Education Beyond High School): Committees: Documents (list), 1961-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Educational Television, Commission on

(see also Public Telecommunications, North Carolina Task Force on, below)

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Educational Television, Commission on: General, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Educational Television, Commission on: Report, 1964

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Efficiency Study Commission, 1973-1975, 1985

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Executive and Organizational Development, Program for, 1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Deregulation of, 1981

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of (Warren Committee): General, 1971

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of (Warren Committee): Minority Report, 1971

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of (Warren Committee): Report (draft), 1971

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of (Warren Committee): Report (final), 1971

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of (Warren Committee): Statements, 1971

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Management Council, 1981-1982

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: New Bern 250th Anniversary Commission, 1959-1960

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina Conservatory Committee on the Performing Arts, 1962-1963

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): General, 1980-1984

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Address to General Assembly (Friday), 1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Budget, Proposed, 1982

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Committee Overview, 1981

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Expert Papers, requested, 1982

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Meetings, 1981

Box 43

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Meetings, 1982-1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Report: Goals and Recommendations for the Year 2000, 1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Report: Citizen Summary, 1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Report: Survey Results, 1982

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Work Plan, 1982

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: North Carolina 2000 Project (Commission on the Future of North Carolina): Clippings, 1981-1983

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Public Schools, 1967-1969

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Regional Development, 1961

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Small Business Advisory Committee, 1984

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Virginia Dare (Commission on the 375th Anniverary of the Birth of): General, 1962-1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Virginia Dare (Commission on the 375th Anniverary of the Birth of): Minutes, 1962

North Carolina, State of: Governor's Office: Western North Carolina Regional Development Program (see Appalachian Regional Development Institute, under Governor's Office, above)

North Carolina, State of: Higher Education Facilities, State Commission on, 1964-1985

North Carolina, State of: Highway Department: General, 1964-1965

North Carolina, State of: Highway Department: Interstate 40 (Orange County), 1971

North Carolina, State of: Kennedy Library (State Committee for the Tribute to John F. Kennedy), 1964

North Carolina, State of: North Carolina Commission on Education for Economic Growth, 1982-1983

North Carolina, State of: Personnel Department, 1958-1966

North Carolina, State of: Public Instruction, Department of, 1957-1967

North Carolina, State of: Public Telecommunications, Task Force on: General, 1979-1980

North Carolina, State of: Public Telecommunications, Task Force on: Data Collection, 1978

North Carolina, State of: Public Telecommunications, Task Force on: Minutes, 1978-1979

North Carolina, State of: Public Telecommunications, Task Force on: Report, 1979

North Carolina, State of: Public Telecommunications, Task Force on: Public Radio, Advisory Committee on, 1979

North Carolina, State of: Racially Nondiscriminatory Public Post-Secondary Education, State Advisory Committee for, 1974-1980

North Carolina, State of: Restructuring (see Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of, under Governor's Office, above)

North Carolina, State of: Science and Technology, Board of, 1963-1969, 1977-1985

Box 44

Folder 1560-1573

Folder 1560

Folder 1561

Folder 1562

Folder 1563

Folder 1564

Folder 1565

Folder 1566

Folder 1567

Folder 1568

Folder 1569

Folder 1570

Folder 1571

Folder 1572

Folder 1573

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education: General, 1958-1985

Box 44

Folder 1574

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education: Community College Advisory Council, 1963-1970

Box 44

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education: Community Colleges, Department of

(see also Series 5, above)

Box 44

Folder 1575-1584

Folder 1575

Folder 1576

Folder 1577

Folder 1578

Folder 1579

Folder 1580

Folder 1581

Folder 1582

Folder 1583

Folder 1584

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education: Community Colleges, Department of: General, 1973-1985

Box 44

Folder 1585

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education: Community Colleges, Department of: Nursing Education, Advisory Committee on, 1973-1974

Box 44

North Carolina, State of: Warren Committee (see Higher Education, Study Committee on the Structure and Reorganization of, under Governor's Office, above)

North Carolina, State of: Western North Carolina Regional Development Program (see Appalachian Regional Development Institute, under Governor's Office, above)

Box 44

Folder 1586

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College, 1959-1961, 1964-1970

Box 44

Folder 1587

North Carolina Alliance for Arts Education, 1974-1975

Box 44

Folder 1588

North Carolina Alumni and Friends Coalition, 1976-1983

(see also HEW in Series 5, above)

Box 44

Folder 1589-1591

Folder 1589

Folder 1590

Folder 1591

North Carolina American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1972-1975

Box 44

Folder 4176

North Carolina Association of Black Educators, 1982

Box 44

Folder 4177

North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities, 1974-1975, 1979

Box 44

Folder 1592-1594

Folder 1592

Folder 1593

Folder 1594

North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1974-1985

Box 44

Folder 1595

North Carolina Association of Junior Colleges, 1971-1972

Box 44

Folder 1596-1597

Folder 1596

Folder 1597

North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 1981-1982, 1985-1986

Box 44

Folder 1598

North Carolina Citizens Association, 1974, 1980

Box 44

Folder 1599

North Carolina College at Durham, 1960-1962, 1966-1968, 1971

Box 44

Folder 1600

North Carolina College Conference, 1959, 1965

Box 44

Folder 1601

North Carolina Council of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1969

Box 44

Folder 1602

North Carolina Council of Women's Organizations, 1962-1964

Box 44

Folder 1603

North Carolina Cultural and Recreational Center, 1961

Box 44

Folder 1604

North Carolina Educational Council on National Purposes, 1963-1965

Box 44

Folder 1605

North Carolina Fund, 1964-1966

Box 44

Folder 1606-1607

Folder 1606

Folder 1607

North Carolina Magazine, 1970, 1985

Box 44

Folder 1608

North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1965-1966

Box 45

North Carolina People (WUNC-TV): Guest List, 1971-1986

North Carolina People (WUNC-TV): Interview Questions, 1971-1986

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, 1979-1985

North Carolina Society of New York, 1983

North Carolina State School Boards Association, 1964-1965

North Carolina Symphony, 1982-1983, 1985

North Carolina Trade Fair, 1961-1963

North Carolina Wesleyan College, 1958, 1969, 1975

North Caroliniana Society, 1975

Polk County Community Foundation, 1984

Population Crisis Committee, 1966

Princeton University, 1958

Public School Forum of North Carolina, 1985-1986

(see also Series 2, above)

Box 46

Research Triangle Committee, 1957-1959

Research Triangle Foundation: General, 1958-1985

Research Triangle Foundation: Committee on Structure and Organization, 1979-1980

Research Triangle Foundation: Financial Statements, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Foundation: Minutes: Board of Directors, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Foundation: Minutes: Executive Committee, 1965; agenda, 1985

Research Triangle Foundation: Minutes: Members Meeting, 1961-1983

Research Triangle Foundation: Minutes: Semi-annual Meeting, 1960-1985

Research Triangle Foundation: Minutes: Search Committee (President), 1984-1985

Research Triangle Institute: General, 1958-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Appointed Governors, 1966-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors' Meeting, Annual: Interim Committee Minutes, 1958

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors' Meeting, Annual: Agenda, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors' Meeting, Annual: Minutes, 1959-1984

Box 47

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors' Meeting, Semi-annual: Agenda, 1960-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors' Meeting, Semi-annual: Minutes, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Corporate Members, 1971-1986

Research Triangle Institute: Executive Committee: Minutes, 1959-1986

Research Triangle Institute: Executive Committee: Summary of Actions, 1958-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Financial Statements: Comparative Operating Statements, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Financial Statements: Report and Financial Statements, 1959-1985

Box 48

Research Triangle Institute: Meeting Schedule, 1965-1983

Research Triangle Institute: Members of the Corporation: Agenda, 1959-1985

Research Triangle Institute: Members of the Corporation: Minutes, 1959-1984

Research Triangle Institute: Organizational Chart, 1967, 1976

Research Triangle Park, 1959-1986

Revolutionary Realists, 1963-1964

Roanoke Island Historical Association, 1962, 1979, 1983-1985

Rockefeller Foundation, 1957-1964

St. Andrews Presbyterian College, 1963-1977

St. Augustine's College, 1976-1982, 1986

Shaw University, 1985

Sloan Commission on Government and Higher Education: General, 1977-1980

Sloan Commission on Government and Higher Education: Agenda, 1977-1979

Sloan Commission on Government and Higher Education: Minutes, 1977-1979

Sloan Commission on Government and Higher Education: Report (draft), 1979

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1957-1986

Southern Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, 1958-1971

Southern Conference on Education, 1960-1961

Southern Council for Better Schools, 1959-1960

Box 49

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), 1956-1986

Southern Universities Inc.: Southern Fellowship Foundation, 1957-1966, 1974, 1978

Southern University Conference, 1956-1965

Space Utilization Analysis, Inc., 1957-1958

State Higher Education Executive Officers Association, 1974-1982

State Universities Association, 1958-1963

Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, 1970-1976

Texas, University of, 1958, 1970

Transylvania University, 1978-1980

Triangle J Council of Governments, 1980-1981, 1984

Triangle Universities Computation Center (TUCC): General, 1965-1969, 1978

Triangle Universities Computation Center (TUCC): Annual Reports, 1970/71, 1974/75-1977/78, 1982/83

Triangle Universities Computation Center (TUCC): Minutes, 1965-1971

Twenty-Sixth North Carolina Regiment (Monument), 1985

Box 50

United Nations University, 1977-1978

United States Government: President, Office of: General, 1962-1984

United States Government: President, Office of: Campus Unrest, Commission on, 1970

United States Government: President, Office of: Civil Rights Reorganization, Task Force on, 1978

United States Government: President, Office of: Education, Task Force on, 1966-1968, 1976, 1987

United States Government: President, Office of: Sandburg, Carl, Visit (1965), 1965

United States Government: President, Office of: University Presidents, Conference of, 1964

United States Government: President, Office of: White House Fellows, Commission on, 1964-1975, 1980

United States Government: President, Office of: White House Library, Commission on, 1979-1981

United States Government: Congress: General, 1962-1986

United States Government: Congress: Postsecondary Education, House Subcommittee on, 1982

United States Government: Defense, Department of: Air Force Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs: General, 1960-1963

United States Government: Defense, Department of: Air Force Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs: Report (response to), 1960-1961

Box 51

United States Government: Defense, Department of: Army Advisory Panel on ROTC Affairs: General, 1958-1961, 1969-1970

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of

(see also Series 5, above; and Subseries 1 of the individual campus files in Series 4)

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: General, 1958-1985

Box 52

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of

(see also Series 1, under Friday, William Clyde)

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: 1202 State Postsecondary Education Commissions: General, 1972-1979

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: 1202 State Postsecondary Education Commissions: Reports, 1975

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Affirmative Action Program (General Administration), 1978

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Consent Decree: Decree, 1981

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Consent Decree: Annual Reports, 1982-1984, 1986

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: News Articles, 1977-1979, 1982

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Office of Civil Rights/HEW files: Inventory of UNC Files, 1970-1978

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Report: Implementation of the Revised North Carolina State Plan, 1975

United States Government: Health, Education, and Welfare, Department of: Education, Office of: University of North Carolina System: Supplemental Statement: Revised North Carolina State Plan, Phase II, 1977

University of the South, 1976

Urban Coalition: Education Task Force, 1968-1970

Urban Institute: General, 1968-1975

Urban Institute: Minutes, 1968-1973

Wake Forest College/University, 1957-1983

Washington and Lee University, 1968-1969

Western Carolina College/University, 1959; 1967-1971

Wilmington College, 1961-1969

WRAL Television: General, 1961-1972

WRAL Television: Editorials, 1961-1971

YMCA, Capital Campaign, 1975-1977

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (see Third Century Project, Series 5)

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Under the Consolidation Act of 1931, the state legislature appointed a one-hundred member Board of Trustees to serve as the governing body of the Consolidated University. Each institution within the Consolidated University had its own separate faculty and student body and each was headed by a Chancellor as its chief administrative officer. Unified general policy and appropriate allocation of function were affected by this single Board of Trustees and by the President with other administrative officers of The University. The Office of the President was located in Chapel Hill.

Similar legislation in 1972 reorganized higher education in the State and The University of North Carolina System was created. The constituent universities, each with its own Board of Trustees and Chancellor, were to develop their programs under the oversight of the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina. The Consolidated University offices became known as General Administration. The Office of the President and his staff continued to be located in Chapel Hill.

The records in this series are concerned with President Friday's interaction with the Board of Trustees and its successor, the Board of Governors.

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Box 53

Administrative Study of the University Subcommittee, 1965-1967

Admissions Committee, 1960-1962

Building Committee, 1957-1970

Charlotte Petition, Committee on, 1962-1963

Development Committee, 1967-1970

Executive Committee, 1957-1972

Expansion Committee, 1963, 1968-1969

Finance Committee, 1957, 1960-1961, 1965-1971

Gardner (O. Max) Award Committee, 1958, 1968

Health Affairs Committee: General, 1957-1962, 1965-1971

Health Affairs Committee: Minutes, 1957-1971

Box 54

Higher Education, Subcommittee of the Executive Committee on the Structure of: General, 1970 1971

Higher Education, Subcommittee of the Executive Committee on the Structure of: Proposals and Recommendations, 1971

Home Economics Committee, 1960

Honorary Degrees, Committee on, 1957-1971

Memorial Tablets, Committee on, 1958-1959

Naming Buildings, Committee on, 1958-1972

Nominating Committee, 1965, 1967, 1969

North Carolina State University Name Change, Subcommittee on: General, 1962-1965

North Carolina State University Name Change, Subcommittee on: Pro correspondence, 1962-1963

North Carolina State University Name Change, Subcommittee on: Con correspondence, 1962

Real Estate, Committee on the Use and Disposition of, 1967-1969

Real Property Committee, 1961-1962, 1964, 1969, 1971

Reorganization of the President's Office, Special Trustee Committee on, 1965

Salaries, Executive Committee Subcommittee on, 1962-1964

Student Disruption, Executive Committee Special Committee on, 1969-1970

University Code, Committee on the Revision of the, 1959-1962, 1968

University Development, Committee on, 1967-1968, 1970

Visiting Committee: General, 1956-1970

Visiting Committee: Minutes, 1957-1962, 1965-1966

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When William Friday took office in 1956 the Consolidated University consisted of three campuses: Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering at Raleigh, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

By an act of the General Assembly of 1963 the names of two of the institutions were changed: Woman's College became the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and State College became North Carolina State of the University of North Carolina at Raleigh. The name of the Unviersity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill remained the same.

The records in this series pertain to General Administration's involvement with the individual campuses. For material relating to Asheville-Biltmore College, Charlotte College, and Wilmington College prior to their entry into The System see Series 1, Series 8: Outside Organizations.

After much alumni activity and public controversy in 1965 the General Assembly again changed the name of the Raleigh campus; it became North Carolina State University at Raleigh. Charlotte College was admitted as the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In 1969 two more colleges were added: Asheville-Biltmore College became the University of North Carolina at Asheville; Wilmington College became the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

The records in this series pertain to General Administration's involvement with the individual campuses. For material relating to Asheville-Biltmore College, Charlotte College, and Wilmington College prior to their entry into The System see Series 1, Series 8: Outside Organizations.

For consistency the most current title has been used in this inventory when refering to the Greensboro and Raleigh campuses: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina State University at Raleigh.

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Box 62

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: General, 1958-1966, 1970

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: AID/USDA Program, 1957-1968

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Biochemistry, Department of, 1965

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Buildings and Facilities, 1957-1970

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Business Officer, Proposed, 1957

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Curriculum, 1958-1959

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Farms: College, 1957, 1970

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Medical Technology Program, 1970

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Microbiology, Department of, 1965

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Mountain Horticultural Research Station, 1958

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Nursing, 1966, 1968, 1972

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Poultry Industry, 1963

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Quail Roost Farm, 1958-1960, 1962

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Randleigh Farm, 1965

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1960

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Tobacco Program, 1958, 1961, 1963

(see also Series 1, Series 6)

Agriculture and Life Sciences, School of: Water Resources Research Institute, 1962-1968

(see also Series 1, Series 6)

Agricultural Experiment Station: General, 1957-1959, 1964-1968

Agricultural Experiment Station: Budget, 1967, 1971

Agricultural Extension Service: General, 1957-1969, 1971

Agricultural Extension Service: Advisory Committee: Home Demonstration Program: Report, 1957-1958

Agricultural Extension Service: Advisory Committee: Home Demonstration Program: Reactions, 1957

Agricultural Extension Service: Home Demonstration Clubs, North Carolina, Organization of, 1959-1960, 1966

(see also Advisory Committee Report)

Agricultural Institute, 1959, 1964

Curriculum and Program Development, 1957-1971

(see also Extension Division: Cooperative Programs in Subseries 5, below)

Design, School of: General, 1957-1972

Design, School of: External Professional Activities: Controversy, 1961

Design, School of: Thompson Theatre, 1969-1971

Education, School of: General, 1959-1968

Education, School of: Industrial Education, 1962, 1964

Education, School of: Long-Range Plan, 1958

Education, School of: Organization, 1962

Box 63

Engineering, School of: Accreditation, 1957-1958, 1963, 1965-1966

Engineering, School of: Appointment: Associate Dean, 1957

Engineering, School of: Appointment: Dean (Fadum), 1962

Engineering, School of: Chemical Engineering, Department of: General, 1957-1958

Engineering, School of: Chemical Engineering, Department of: Morale Issues, 1959-1960

Engineering, School of: Civil Engineering, Department of, 1958, 1960

Engineering, School of: Computer Program Development, 1958, 1960

Engineering, School of: Engineer-in-Training Examination, 1958-1959

Engineering, School of: Enrollment, 1957, 1959

Engineering, School of: Gaston Technical Institute: School of Engineering, 1957-1965

(see also Gaston College in Series 1, Series 8)

Engineering, School of: Industrial Engineering, Department of: Training Programs, 1957-1958

Engineering, School of: Mechanical Engineering, Department of, 1958, 1964

Engineering, School of: Minerals Laboratory: General, 1957-1960

Engineering, School of: Minerals Laboratory: Minutes: Advisory Committee, 1958-1963

Engineering, School of: Nuclear Engineering, Department of, 1957-1959, 1965-1966

(see also Physics, Department of)

Engineering, School of: Physics, Department of, 1957-1960, 1964

Engineering, School of: Placement Reports, 1956-1959, 1963-1964

Engineering, School of: Program Development, 1961, 1965-1966

Engineering, School of: Retirement, Dean: Lampe, 1960, 1962

Engineering, School of: ROTC: Accreditation, 1959-1960

(see also Subseries 1, above)

Forestry, School of: General, 1958-1965, 1970

Forestry, School of: Forest Fire Research, 1972

Forestry, School of: Wood and Paper Sciences, Department of, 1960, 1962

General Studies, School of: General, 1959-1964

General Studies, School of: BA/BS Degree Program, 1961-1964

General Studies, School of: History 233: Reading List Controversy, 1972

Library, 1959-1969

Liberal Arts, School of, 1957, 1969

(see also General Studies, School of)

Physical Science and Applied Mathematics, Department of, 1960-1964

Textiles, School of: General, 1957-1963, 1965, 1967

Textiles, School of: Alumni Newsletter, 1960

Textiles, School of: Appointment, Dean: Cheney, 1967

Textiles, School of: Curriculum, 1959, 1961, 1963

Textiles, School of: Recruitment: Students, 1958-1959

Textiles, School of: Textile Engineering Project, Peru, 1958, 1962

Textiles, School of: Textile Research Program, 1961

Veterinary Medicine, School of, 1962-1972

(see also Series 1, Series 5)

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Box 64

Folder 2574-2575

Folder 2574

Folder 2575

Development Office: General, 1957-1971

Box 64

Folder 2576

Development Office: "The Caldwell Years," 1957

Box 64

Folder 2577

Foundations: North Carolina Agricultural Foundation: General, 1958-1966

Box 64

Folder 2478

Foundations: North Carolina Agricultural Foundation: Minutes, 1959-1967

Box 64

Folder 2579

Foundations: North Carolina Dairy Foundation, 1966

Box 64

Folder 2580

Foundations: North Carolina Design Foundation, 1959-1965

Box 64

Folder 2581

Foundations: North Carolina Engineering Foundation: General, 1957-1968

Box 64

Folder 2582

Foundations: North Carolina Engineering Foundation: Minutes, 1957-1966

Box 64

Folder 2583

Foundations: North Carolina State College Foundation, Inc.: General, 1958-1972

Box 64

Folder 2584

Foundations: North Carolina State College Foundation, Inc.: Minutes, 1957-1972

Box 64

Folder 2585

Foundations: North Carolina State College Foundation, Inc.: Faculty Recreation Center, 1960-1961, 1969

Box 64

Folder 2586

Foundations: North Carolina Textile Foundation: General, 1959-1963, 1967

Box 64

Folder 2587

Foundations: North Carolina Textile Foundation: Minutes, 1959, 1961-1962

Box 64

Folder 2588

Foundations: State College Development Council: General, 1957-1962, 1966-1967, 1971

Box 64

Folder 2589

Foundations: State College Development Council: Minutes, 1956-1961, 1967

Box 64

Folder 2590

Alumni Affairs: Alumni Association: General, 1957, 1963-1969

Box 64

Folder 2591

Alumni Affairs: Alumni Association: Name Change, 1961-1965

(see also Subseries 1, above)

Box 64

Folder 2592

Extension Division: College Extension, Division of, 1957-1958, 1963, 1966

Box 64

Folder 2593

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: Industrial Extension Service, 1957, 1965, 1968

Box 64

Folder 2594

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Asheville-Biltmore/Wilmington, 1960, 1967-1968, 1970

Box 64

Folder 2595

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Charlotte College, 1957-1962, 1967

Box 64

Folder 2596

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Elon College, 1969-1970

Box 64

Folder 2597

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Fort Bragg/Fayetteville State University, 1966, 1969-1970

Box 64

Folder 2598

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Methodist College/Duke, 1960

Box 64

Folder 2599

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Historically Black Colleges and Universities, 1967

Box 64

Folder 2600

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/NCA&T, 1957, 1967, 1971

Box 64

Folder 2601

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/St. Andrews College/Davidson, 1961, 1966

Box 64

Folder 2602

Extension Division: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/Wake Forest University, 1958-1959

Box 64

Folder 2603-2604

Folder 2603

Folder 2604

News Bureau: General, 1958-1959, 1961-1968

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Box 65

General, 1957-1972

Accreditation, 1962, 1964

Airport (Horace Williams), 1960-1961, 1967-1971

Annual Report, 1956-1957

Architectural Barriers, Governor's Study Committee on, 1972

Battle Park, 1959

Chapel Hill, Town of: General, 1958-1964, 1968

Chapel Hill, Town of: Fluoridation, 1961-1962

Chapel Hill, Town of: Integration: Public Accommodations, 1964

Chapel Hill, Town of: Town and Gown Commission, 1970-1971

Commencement, 1957-1972

Elisha Mitchell Burial Plot, 1959

Faculty: Appointments and Status, 1957-1964

Faculty: Salaries, 1957-1960, 1963

Fine Arts Festival, 1964-1965

Food Services Employees: Strike, 1969-1970

Installation: Aycock, 1957

Installation: Sitterson, 1966

Kenan Professors, 1959-1963

Long-Range Plan, 1957-1962

Management Study: Cresap, McCormick, and Paget, 1966-1967

Portrait (Sitterson), 1971-1972

Rehabilitation Institute, 1972

Resignations: Aycock, 1957-1964

Resignations: Sharp, 1965-1967

Resignations: Sitterson, 1970

Search Committee (Chancellor), Aycock, 1956-1957

Search Committee (Chancellor), Sharp, 1963-1964

Search Committee (Chancellor), Sitterson, 1966

Search Committee (Chancellor), Taylor, 1970-1972

Speaker Policy, 1957, 1960

(see also Visiting Speakers in Series 1, Series 1)

Travel Policy, 1957, 1959

University Day, John F. Kennedy Visit: General, 1961

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University Day, John F. Kennedy Visit: Photographs, 1961

Box 65

Weil Lectures, 1958-1961

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Box 66

Arts and Sciences, College of: General, 1957-1972

Arts and Sciences, College of: Annual Report, 1957-1958, 1963-1964

Arts and Sciences, College of: North Carolina Fellows Program, 1970-1971

Arts and Sciences, College of: Undergraduate Program, 1971

Art, Department of: Ackland Art Center: General, 1957-1972

Art, Department of: Ackland Art Center: Annual Report, 1960-1967, 1969-1971

Art, Department of: Ackland Art Center: Dedication, 1958

Art, Department of: Department Report, 1972

Botany, Department of, 1957, 1968

Business Administration, School of: General, 1957-1972

Business Administration, School of: Southern Economic Journal, 1960

Chemistry, Department of, 1957-1961

City and Regional Planning, Department of, 1957

Comparative Literature Curriculum: Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, 1958-1959

Computer Center, 1957-1962

Dramatic Art, Department of: General, 1958-1961

Dramatic Art, Department of: Carolina Playmakers, Advisory Committee on the 50th Anniversary, 1967-1969

Dramatic Art, Department of: Institute of Outdoor Drama, 1962-1963, 1971

Economics, Department of, 1964

Education, School of: General, 1957-1972

Education, School of: Annual Reports, 1959/1960, 1962-1963

Education, School of: Newsletter, 1956-1958

English, Department of: General, 1957-1961, 1964, 1967

English, Department of: Ehle, John, 1961

Fisheries Research, Institute of: Statement of Function, 1958-1959

Geology and Geography, Department of, 1957

Government, Institute of: General, 1956-1970

Government, Institute of: Boys State, 1964-1965

Government, Institute of: Campus in Crisis Conference, 1969

History, Department of: General, 1957, 1960

History, Department of: History of Science, 1959

Humanities Institute, Proposed, 1957

Inter-American Forum (see Latin American Studies, Institute of, below)

International Affairs, Institute of, Proposed, 1967-1968

Journalism, School of: General, 1956-1970

Journalism, School of: Accreditation, 1958

Box 67

Law, School of: General, 1957-1972

Law, School of: Degree Title Change, 1967

Law, School of: National College of State Trial Judges, Proposed branch at UNC, 1965

Law, School of: Portrait Presentation (Parker), 1959-1960

Law, School of: Van Hecke-Wettach Building Dedication, 1969

Latin American Studies, Institute of: General, 1959-1961, 1965

Latin American Studies, Institute of: Inter-American Forum, 1959-1962

Library: General, 1957-1965, 1968, 1971-1972

Library: Friends of the Library, 1958-1972

Library: Special Collections, 1957-1972

Library Science, School of, 1964, 1967

Mathematics, Department of, 1960, 1965

Music, Department of: Admission of Women, 1958-1960

National Science Foundation Science Development Study Committee, 1964

Natural Science, Institute of, 1957-1960

Physical Education, Department of, 1959-1962, 1965-1966

Physics, Department of, 1957-1960

Planetarium, 1957-1969

Political Science, Department of: General, 1957-1962

Political Science, Department of: Annual Reports, 1957-1958, 1959-1960, 1961-1962

Political Science, Department of: Louis Harris Political Data Center, 1965

Political Science, Department of: Public Records Collection and Research, Bureau of, 1963-1964

Press, University: General, 1957-1972

Press, University: Annual Reports, 1959-1964, 1969-1970

Press, University: Brooks Fund, 1958-1959

Psychology, Department of, 1959

Radio, Television and Motion Pictures, Department of, 1957-1963, 1967

Religion, Department of, 1958

Research in Social Science, Institute for: General, 1957-1963, 1966-1967, 1970

Research in Social Science, Institute for: Annual Report, 1960-1961

ROTC

(see also U.S. Government, Defense, Department of, in Series 1, Series 8)

ROTC: General, 1961, 1964, 1970

ROTC: Air Force, 1957-1958, 1961-1966

ROTC: Navy, 1957-1964, 1969-1972

Romance Languages, Department of: Semitic Studies, 1958-1959

Romance Languages, Department of: Southern Humanities Conference, 1957-1958

Social Work, School of: General, 1956-1967, 1970-1972

Social Work, School of: Educationally Disadvantaged Students, Committee on: Report, 1969

Social Work, School of: Group Child Care Project, 1957-1960

Social Work, School of: Lee, Howard: Appointment, 1969

Sociology and Anthropology, Department of: General, 1957-1958, 1970-1971

Sociology and Anthropology, Department of: Cowan's Ford Dam, 1958-1959

Sociology and Anthropology, Department of: University Science Museum, 1957

Statistics, Department of, 1957

Statistics, Institute of, 1958-1959

Zoology, Department of, 1969

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Box 69

Office of the Vice Chancellor: General, 1957-1972

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Advisory Board: General, 1957

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Advisory Board: Minutes, 1957-1965

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Alcoholism Research and Services, 1957

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Atomic Energy Commission, 1957, 1961

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Budget Affairs, 1957, 1964

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Buildings, 1963-1964, 1969-1970

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Cancer Committee, Governor's, 1962-1964

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Carolina Population Center, 1967-1972

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, 1963-1964, 1968-1969

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Health Affairs Committee, 1957-1958

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Legislation, 1957-1958, 1962

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Long-Range Plan, 1958-1970

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Salary Adjustments, 1958-1960, 1969

Dentistry, School of: General, 1959-1971

Dentistry, School of: Baker Case, 1957-1958

Dentistry, School of: Dental Auxiliary Teacher Education Program, 1969

Dentistry, School of: Dental Education, Council of, 1972

Dentistry, School of: Long-Range Plan, 1971

Dentistry, School of: Minority Presence, 1963

Dentistry, School of: North Carolina Dental Society, 1965

Dentistry, School of: Salaries, 1958

Dentistry, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1966

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: General, 1958-1970

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Accreditation, 1962

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Annual Report, 1958-1959

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Board of Directors Selection: General, 1971

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Board of Directors Selection: Minutes, 1971-1972

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Burn Center, 1962-1963, 1972

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Desegregation, 1960-1961, 1965

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Financial Operation, 1957, 1960, 1967, 1970

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Health Care Reform, 1970

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Hospital Rates: General, 1957-1960, 1967, 1970

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Hospital Rates: Medical Private Practice and Inclusive Rates, 1957

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Private Patient Service, 1958

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Search Committee (Director), 1971-1972

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Six-Year Plan, 1971

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Spencer Love Clinics/Ambulatory Patient Care Facility, 1961-1965, 1969-1970

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Training Program: Hospital Department Heads (Panama), 1959, 1961

Box 70

Medicine, School of: General, 1960-1970

Medicine, School of: Directional Planning Study: Frantzreb and Pray, Associates, Inc., 1968-1970

Medicine, School of: Expansion, 1966-1967, 1971

Medicine, School of: Faculty: Appointments and Salaries, 1957-1958

Medicine, School of: Library, 1962

Medicine, School of: Medical Alumni Association, (Medical School - University Relations), 1967-1968

Medicine, School of: Medical Education Opportunities, Task Force on, 1971

Medicine, School of: Medical Foundation of North Carolina: General, 1957-1964, 1970

Medicine, School of: Medical Foundation of North Carolina: Black members: Medical Society of North Carolina, 1963

Medicine, School of: Mental Health Center: Department of Psychology, 1957-1964, 1970-1971

Medicine, School of: Resignation (Dean): Berryhill, 1963

Medicine, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1963-1964, 1970

Nursing, School of: General, 1957-1972

Pharmacy, School of: General, 1959-1971

Pharmacy, School of: Accreditation, 1964-1965

Pharmacy, School of: North Carolina Pharmaceutical Research Foundation, 1957-1971

Pharmacy, School of: Pharmacy Building, 1958

Pharmacy, School of: Pharmacy School, Special Committee on: Report, 1965

Pharmacy, School of: Resignation (Dean): Brecht, 1964-1965

Pharmacy, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1964-1965

Public Health, School of: General, 1957-1972

Public Health, School of: Executive Faculty Meeting: Minutes, 1963-1965

Public Health, School of: Water Resources Research Center, 1963

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Box 71

Folder 2955

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Admissions: General, 1957-1972

Box 71

Folder 2956

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Admissions: Women, 1957, 1962

Box 71

Folder 2957

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Automobile Policy, 1957-1959

Box 71

Folder 2958

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Dean of Students, 1958, 1961

Box 71

Folder 2959-2960

Folder 2959

Folder 2960

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Dean of Women, 1957-1959, 1964-1969

Box 71

Folder 2961

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Drug Policy, 1966, 1968

Box 71

Folder 2962

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Enrollment: Minority Presence, 1960, 1967, 1970

Box 71

Folder 2963

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Enrollment: Out-of-State, 1960-1965, 1972

Box 71

Folder 2964

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Enrollment: Reports, 1957-1959

Box 71

Folder 2965

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Enrollment: Transfer Students, 1957-1971

Box 71

Folder 2966-2969

Folder 2966

Folder 2967

Folder 2968

Folder 2969

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Financial Aid, 1956-1971

Box 71

Folder 2970

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Housing Policy, 1957, 1962-1967, 1970

Box 71

Folder 2971

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Grading Policy: Pass/Fail, 1969

Box 71

Folder 2972

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Placement Service: Annual Report, 1956-1960, 1963/1964, 1968/1969, 1970/1971

Box 71

Folder 2973

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Placement Service: Class Surveys, 1959 (1965), 1964 (1970)

Box 71

Folder 2974

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Summer Session, 1957-1958

Box 71

Folder 2975

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Visiting Speakers: General, 1965, 1968-1970

Box 71

Folder 2976

Office of the Dean and Vice Chancellor: Visiting Speakers: Joan Baez Concert, 1969

Box 71

Folder 2977

Student Health Service: General, 1970

Box 71

Folder 2978

Student Health Service: Christian Science Medical Requirements, 1958

Box 71

Folder 2979

Student Organizations: Black Student Movement, 1968-1969

Box 71

Folder 2980

Student Organizations: Campus Y: General, 1964-1967

Box 71

Folder 2981

Student Organizations: Campus Y: Annual Report, 1965, 1970-1971

Box 71

Folder 2982

Student Organizations: Campus Y: Roosevelt, Eleanor: Visit, 1958

Box 71

Folder 2983-2986

Folder 2983

Folder 2984

Folder 2985

Folder 2986

Student Organizations: Carolina Forum, 1958-1972

Box 71

Folder 2987-2994

Folder 2987

Folder 2988

Folder 2989

Folder 2990

Folder 2991

Folder 2992

Folder 2993

Folder 2994

Student Organizations: Carolina Symposium, 1957-1972

Box 71

Folder 2995

Student Organizations: Fraternities and Sororities: General, 1957-1965, 1968-1969, 1972

Box 71

Folder 2996

Student Organizations: Fraternities and Sororities: Restrictive Clauses, 1964

Box 71

Folder 2997

Student Organizations: Fraternities and Sororities: Scholastic Averages, 1958-1962, 1969

Box 71

Folder 2998

Student Organizations: International Student Center, 1967

Box 71

Folder 2999

Student Organizations: Monogram Club, 1961

Box 71

Folder 3000

Student Organizations: North Carolina PIRG (Proposal), 1972

Box 71

Folder 3001

Student Organizations: Order of the Golden Fleece, 1971

Box 71

Folder 3002

Student Organizations: Student Government: General, 1957-1958, 1962-1964, 1968, 1971-1972

Box 71

Folder 3003

Student Organizations: Student Government: Academic Affairs, Committee on: Admission Problems, 1960

Box 71

Folder 3004

Student Organizations: Student Government: Reports, 1959-1962

Box 71

Folder 3005

Student Organizations: Student Government: Student Legislature: Committee Reports, 1964

Box 71

Folder 3006

Student Organizations: Women's Residence Council, 1963

Box 71

Folder 3007

Student Publications: Daily Tarheel, 1957, 1969

Box 71

Folder 3008

Student Union, 1957

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Box 72

Folder 3009-3011

Folder 3009

Folder 3010

Folder 3011

General, 1956-1972

Box 72

Folder 3012

Annual Report, 1958-1959

Box 72

Folder 3013

Appointment: Ferguson (Acting Chancellor), 1964-1965

Box 72

Folder 3014

Appointment: Singletary, 1961

Box 72

Folder 3015-3029

Folder 3015

Folder 3016

Folder 3017

Folder 3018

Folder 3019

Folder 3020

Folder 3021

Folder 3022

Folder 3023

Folder 3024

Folder 3025

Folder 3026

Folder 3027

Folder 3028

Folder 3029

Commencement, 1957-1972

Box 72

Folder 3030

History: Woman's College, (Doris Betts), 1959

Box 72

Folder 3031

Installation: Blackwell, 1958

Box 72

Folder 3032

Installation: Ferguson, 1967

Box 72

Folder 3033

Long-Range Plan, 1957-1958, 1971

Box 72

Folder 3034

Management Study, 1958

Box 72

Folder 3035

Non-Academic Employees, 1968-1969

Box 72

Folder 3036

Resignation: Blackwell, 1960

(see also Visiting Committee, below)

Box 72

Folder 3037

Salaries, 1957-1972

Box 72

Folder 3038

Search Committee: Blackwell, 1957-1958

Box 72

Folder 3039

Search Committee: Ferguson, 1966-1967

Box 72

Folder 3040

Search Committee: Singletary: General, 1960-1961

Box 72

Folder 3041

Search Committee: Singletary: Notebook, 1960-1961

Box 72

Folder 3042

Visiting Committee (UNC Board of Trustees), Report, 1956-1957

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Box 72

Folder 3061-3062

Folder 3061

Folder 3062

General, 1957-1970

Box 72

Folder 3063

Budget, 1957-1967, 1970

Box 72

Folder 3064-3065

Folder 3064

Folder 3065

Capital Improvements Reports, 1957-1968

Box 72

Folder 3066

Cloverleaf Construction, Proposed, 1957

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Box 72

Folder 3077

General, 1958-1962

Box 72

Folder 3078

Student Misconduct (Honor Policy), 1960

Box 72

Folder 3079

Tuition, 1958, 1961

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General, 1970

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. The University of North Carolina System Campus Records, (1972-1986)

During the first six months of 1972 the legislature completed its restructuring of higher education in North Carolina. The staffs of the Board of Trustees and the Board of Higher Education were merged; with some BHE staff joining the new Planning Division at General Administration.

On July 1, 1972 The University of North Carolina System composed of sixteen campuses came into existence. Added to the six campuses from the Consolidated University (see Series 3) were: Appalachian State University (Boone), East Carolina University (Greenville), Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (Greensboro), North Carolina Central University (Durham), North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem), Pembroke State University, Western Carolina University (Cullowhee) and Winston-Salem State University.

The records in Series 4 pertain to General Administration's involvement with the sixteen individual campuses. For material relating to any of the campuses prior to their entry into the University System see Series 1, Series 8: Outside Organizations.

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Agriculture, School of: General, 1973-1979

Agriculture, School of: Cooperative Programs

(see also under Extension in Subseries 5)

Agriculture, School of: Cooperative Programs: NCSU/NCA&T, 1974-1978

Agriculture, School of: International Potato Center, 1980-1981

Agriculture, School of: Poultry Industry, 1974, 1984

Agriculture, School of: Randleigh Farm, 1980-1981, 1984

Agriculture, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1985

Agriculture, School of: Tobacco Program, 1984-1985

Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976-1979

Agricultural Extension Service: General, 1976, 1979-1986

Agricultural Extension Service: Experimental Station Budget, 1973-1976, 1986

Curriculum and Program Development, 1973-1985

Design, School of: General, 1977, 1983

Design, School of: Landscape Architecture, Department of, 1972

Education, School of: General, 1976

Education, School of: Adult and Community College Education, Department of: Report, 1975-1976

Education, School of: Organization, 1978, 1983

Education, School of: Programs, 1978-1979, 1982

Engineering School of: Communications Research Center (proposal), 1982-1985

Engineering School of: Engineering Education: Report, 1981

Engineering School of: Industrial Extension Service, 1983

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Engineering School of: Nuclear Engineering, Department of, 1978

Engineering School of: Programs: Name Changes, 1976

Forestry, School of: General, 1972-1975, 1982-1983

Forestry, School of: Wood and Paper Science, Department of, 1973

Humanities and Social Sciences, School of, 1984-1985

Textiles, School of, 1973, 1981

Veterinary Medicine, School of

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Veterinary Medicine, School of: General, 1972-1985

Veterinary Medicine, School of: History, 1974-1978

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Ackland Art Center: General, 1976-1978, 1982, 1985

Ackland Art Center: Annual Report, 1978/79-1984/85

Anthropology, Department of, 1984

Arts and Sciences, College of, 1972-1982

Business Administration, School of, General, 1972-1978, 1980-1985

Business Administration, School of, Business Management Education Priorities for Change, 1985

Business Administration, School of, Institute for the Study of Private Enterprise, 1982-1985

Chemistry, Department of, 1984

City and Regional Planning, Department of, 1973

Computer Science, Department of, 1977, 1982, 1984

Education, School of, 1973-1979, 1981-1985

Government, Institute of: General, 1974-1982

Government, Institute of: Coates, Albert, 1972-1973, 1976-1978, 1985

Government, Institute of: Johnston Endowment, 1979-1980

History, Department of, 1974, 1981, 1985

International Programs, Office of, 1980

Israel Visting Scholars Program, 1978-1980

Journalism, School of, 1978-1980, 1985-1986

Latin American Studies, Institute of, 1978-1979

Law, School of: General, 1978-1986

Law, School of: Bostick Case, 1978

Law, School of: Cameron Morrison Scholarship, 1981-1982

Library: General, 1972-1986

Library: Friends of the Library, 1974-86

Library: Long-Range Plan, 1975

Library: Special Collections, 1972-1983

Music, Department of, 1977

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Physical Education, Department of, 1978-1982

Physics, Department of: Super-Collider Proposal, 1984

Political Science, Department of, 1977-1984

Press, University: General, 1972-1986

Press, University: Annual Report, 1974-1975

Press, University: Morrison Series on Southern Biography and History, 1976-1977

Psychology, Department of, 1982

Radio, Television and Motion Pictures, Department of, 1983

Religious Studies, Department of, 1983

ROTC (Air Force), 1975-1976

Social Work, School of, 1976-1979

Sociology, Department of, 1978

Zoology, Department of: Organization of Tropical Studies, 1979

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Office of the Vice Chancellor: General, 1972-1979

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Allied Health Articulation Program, 1973-1974

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Budget: Enrollment Changes, 1972, 1974

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Carolina Population Center: General, 1972-1977

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Carolina Population Center: Director: Dismissal (Freymann), 1974-1975, 1981

Office of the Vice Chancellor: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, 1978, 1980, 1984-1986

Dentistry, School of: General, 1972-1985

Dentistry, School of: Accreditation, 1979

Dentistry, School of: Dental Foundation of North Carolina, 1975, 1980

Dentistry, School of: Long-Range Plan, 1974

Dentistry, School of: Minority Presence, 1978

Dentistry, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1981

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: General, 1973-1983

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Accreditation, 1977-1978

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Anderson Pavilion (Critical Care Center), 1982-1983, 1985

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Benefit Trust Fund, 1974

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Board of Directors: Minutes, 1972-1974, 1978-1979

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Building and Grounds, 1976-1977

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Burn Center, 1973, 1976

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Capital Improvements Requests, 1975-1978

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Helicopter Service, 1984-1986

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Nursing Recruitment, 1981-1982

Hospital, North Carolina Memorial: Search Committee (Director), 1979

Medicine, School of: General, 1973-1985

Medicine, School of: Accreditation, 1972, 1976

Medicine, School of: Animal Experiments and Treatment, 1982

Medicine, School of: Area Health Education Centers, 1974-1978, 1981-1986

Medicine, School of: Expansion, 1973-1974

Medicine, School of: Faculty: Appointments and Salaries, 1974, 1982-1985

Medicine, School of: Medical Education Development Program: Report, 1984

Medicine, School of: Minority Presence, 1977-1980

Medicine, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1977-1979

Medicine, School of: Tobacco Institute, 1975

Nursing, School of: General, 1976, 1979-1983

Pharmacy, School of: General, 1972-1980

Pharmacy, School of: Accreditation, 1972-1973, 1978-1979, 1983-1984

Pharmacy, School of: Minority Presence, 1979

Pharmacy, School of: North Carolina Pharmaceutical Research Foundation, 1972-1981

Pharmacy, School of: Pharmacy Programs, Proposed: Campbell University, 1985

Pharmacy, School of: Pharmacy Programs, Proposed: Winston-Salem State University, 1979

Pharmacy, School of: Search Committee (Dean), 1974, 1976

Public Health, School of: General, 1973-1986

Public Health, School of: Public Health Nursing, 1982-1984

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