Collection Number: 40010

Collection Title: Office of President of the University of North Carolina (System): C. D. Spangler, Jr., Records, 1986-1997

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Size 57.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 45600 items)
Abstract C. D. Spangler, Jr., succeeded William C. Friday in 1986 as president of the University of North Carolina (System), which included 16 campuses: North Carolina State University, 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 in Boone, East Carolina University in Greenville, Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, Pembroke State University, Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, and Winston-Salem State University. In 1996, the name of Pembroke State University was changed to the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Correspondence and other files, 1986-1997, relating to the adminsitration and academic programs at the campuses of the University of North Carolina (System). Notable in these records are files relating to problems in athletic programs, especially NCAA violations by the North Carolina State University men's basketball team, that led to revision of the University system's athletic policies.
Creator University of North Carolina (System). President.
Language English
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After nearly thirty years of service to the University of North Carolina, President William C. Friday informed the Board of Governors in September 1984 that he intended to retire by 30 June 1986. The formal search for his successor began the following January, when the Board named a search committee. The search committee, in turn, formed an advisory committee that drew representatives from the faculties, students, boards of trustees, and alumni of the constituent campuses. The two groups held six public hearings across the state to gather input on the kind of leadership the University needed. Members of the Board also traveled to campuses around the country to look at various administrative structures. On 31 January 1986, after a year of deliberation, the Board of Governors announced that C. D. Spangler, Jr., Charlotte businessman and chair of the State Board of Education, would be the fourteenth president of the University of North Carolina. Spangler took office on 1 March, while William Friday continued as President Emeritus until 30 June.

Clemmie Dixon (Dick) Spangler, Jr., was born 5 April 1932 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1954 with a B.S. in business administration and went on to finish an M.B.A. at Harvard in 1956. In 1958 he completed a stint in the army and returned to Charlotte to work for his father's firm, C.D. Spangler Construction Company. In 1973 he assumed the chairmanship of the troubled Bank of North Carolina. Under his direction it grew and, in 1982, merged with NCNB Corporation. At the time of his election to the presidency of UNC, Spangler was president of two family-owned companies, C. D. Spangler Construction Company (which he had led since 1960) and Golden Eagle Industries, Inc. He resigned from these positions but maintained his membership on the boards of directors of several other companies.

In its decision to appoint Spangler, the Board of Governors departed from traditional higher education practice, which emphasized academic background and institutional experience. But, although Spangler lacked these qualifications, he had long been a strong advocate for public education. In the 1970s, he helped to lead a statewide effort to establish public kindergartens. From 1972 to 1976, he served as vice-chairman of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education and provided strong leadership during the school system's struggle to comply with court-ordered desegregation. He was co-chair of Governor Hunt's Task Force on Education and Economic Growth, which laid the groundwork for the Basic Education Program. From 1982 until 1986, he was chairman of the State Board of Education, where one of the causes he championed was higher salaries for teachers, a theme he would again press at the University. He was also a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Visitors and the Board of Directors of Union Theological Seminary.

Spangler's election to the presidency was greeted with mixed reactions. Some praised his managerial skills while detractors called him arrogant. Others worried that his wealth and business interests put him out of touch with the needs of the University. He was criticized for his continuing corporate involvement and for his attempt in 1988 to take over RJR Nabisco, which opponents regarded as a prime example of the way his business dealings distracted him from the University. However, Spangler used his connection to the business world and his service on various boards to strengthen the relationship between businesses and the University. The strong ties that resulted are among his lasting legacies.

During his eleven-year tenure, Spangler weathered a number of storms. 1988 and 1989 were particularly fraught with controversy. In 1988, the North Carolina School of the Arts' Chancellor Jane Milley, long the focus of campus discontent, received a vote of no confidence from students and faculty, who demanded her resignation. Spangler had to navigate through an emotionally charged investigation that resulted in Milley's resignation in 1989. Also in 1989 the North Carolina State University basketball program, led by Coach Jim Valvano, came under scrutiny for alleged NCAA violations and academic problems. The lengthy investigation was marked by ill-feelings on all sides, with Spangler at times pitted against the Board of Governors. In the end both Coach Valvano and Chancellor Bruce Poulton resigned. New athletic policies, recommended by Spangler and approved by the Board, were applied across the University system.

In addition to problems affecting the individual campuses, the University system suffered from the state's sluggish financial condition. Between 1989 and 1992 the state experienced a series of budget shortfalls that resulted in significant spending cuts throughout the system. The most severe situation occurred in the 1990-1991 fiscal year, when the University's budget reduction was accompanied for the first time by itemized cuts. President Spangler described the situation as "excruciating."

In 1992, the University requested that the General Assembly authorize construction bonds to finance much needed capital projects. But the General Assembly, still concerned about the state's financial condition, deferred action until July 1993, when it finally approved a $310 million University Improvement Bond package subject to a voter referendum in the coming November election. Spangler played a key role in promoting the bond, encouraging the chancellors at the sixteen campuses also to take an active part in lobbying for its passage. The passage of the bond and the many new facilities that came of it are another part of Spangler's legacy to the University.

Misperceptions of what he did followed Spangler throughout his tenure, in part because of his style of public relations. He was less open and consultative in his decision-making than President Friday had been. Over time he did develop a more effective style of communication that improved his relationships with the press and the Board of Governors. With students, faculty, and staff he tried to be visible and available. Many of his lunches were taken at Lenoir Dining Hall on the Chapel Hill campus, where there was an open invitation to join him for discussion.

Throughout his presidency Spangler was committed to improving the overall quality of the University system and its student body. Higher academic standards, low tuition, higher faculty salaries, and recruitment of women and minorities in administration were all issues he championed. He actively pursued funding, creating over a hundred endowed professorships throughout the University system. He was also a major donor, through his family's philanthropic foundation and his own wealth; and each year he donated his salary as president, splitting it among the campuses.

The University's growth during the Spangler administration was impressive. Enrollment in the system increased by more than 27,000. Average SAT scores of entering freshmen rose by almost sixty points, while the national average remained essentially unchanged. The operating budget of the University system nearly doubled, and the campuses received over $1 billion for buildings and renovations. Outside contracts and grants awarded to system faculty increased from $175.5 million to $473 million.

In August 1996, Spangler announced his intention to retire in 1997, when he would turn 65. The Board of Governors immediately began the search for his successor and on 10 April 1997, elected Molly Corbett Broad, the first woman president of the University of North Carolina. Spangler continued in office until 18 July. In his farewell speech to the Board, he again stressed the importance of keeping tuition low. After retirement, he and his wife, Meredith, maintained a home in Chapel Hill, and he continued to be a vocal advocate for the University.

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Records consist of correspondence and other files, 1986-1997, relating to the adminsitration and academic programs at the 16 campuses of the University of North Carolina (System). Notable in these records are files relating to problems in athletic programs, especially NCAA violations by the North Carolina State University men's basketball team, that led to revision of the University system's athletic policies.

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Contents list

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1. General Administration, Administrative Files
1.1 Subject Files
1.2 Academic Affairs Division
1.3 Communications Division
1.4 Finance Division
1.5 Planning Division
1.6 Public Affairs Division
1.7 Program Assesment and Public Service Division
1.8 Research Division
1.9 Student Services and Special Programs Division
1.10 Outside Organizations
2. Board of Governors
2.1 General Correspondence
2.2 Commitees
3. University of North Carolina Campus Records
3.1 North Carolina State University
3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor
3.1.2. Academic Affairs
3.1.3. Athletics
3.1.4. Business and Finance
3.1.5. Development
3.1.6 Faculty Affairs
3.1.7. Graduate Studies
3.1.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.1.9. Student Affairs
3.1.10. Board of Trustees
3.2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.2.2. Academic Affairs
3.2.3. Athletics
3.2.4. Business and Finance
3.2.5. Development
3.2.6. Faculty Affairs
3.2.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.2.8. Health Affairs
3.2.9. Student Affairs
3.2.10. Board of Trustees
3.3. University of North Carolina at Greensboro
3.3.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.3.2. Academic Affairs
3.3.3. Athletics
3.3.4. Business and Finance
3.3.5. Development
3.3.6. Faculty Affairs
3.3.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.3.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.3.9. Student Affairs
3.3.10. Board of Trustees
3.4. University of North Carolina at Asheville
3.4.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.4.2. Academic Affairs [VACANT]
3.4.3. Athletics
3.4.4. Business and Finance
3.4.5. Development
3.4.6. Faculty Affairs
3.4.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.4.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.4.9. Student Affairs
3.4.10. Board of Trustees
3.5. University of North Carolina at Charlotte
3.5.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.5.2. Academic Affairs
3.5.3. Athletics
3.5.4. Business and Finance
3.5.5. Development
3.5.6. Faculty Affairs
3.5.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.5.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.5.9. Student Affairs
3.5.10. Board of Trustees
3.6. University of North Carolina at Wilmington
3.6.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.6.2. Academic Affairs
3.6.3. Athletics
3.6.4. Business and Finance [VACANT]
3.6.5. Development
3.6.6. Faculty Affairs
3.6.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.6.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.6.9. Student Affairs
3.6.10. Board of Trustees
3.7 Appalachian State University
3.7.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.7.2. Academic Affairs [VACANT]
3.7.3. Athletics
3.7.4. Business and Finance
3.7.5. Development
3.7.6. Faculty Affairs
3.7.7. Graduate Studies
3.7.8. Health Affairs[VACANT]
3.7.9. Student Affairs
3.7.10. Board of Trustees
3.8. East Carolina University
3.8.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.8.2. Academic Affairs
3.8.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.8.4. Business and Finance
3.8.5. Development
3.8.6. Faculty Affairs
3.8.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.8.8. Health Affairs
3.8.9. Student Affairs [VACANT]
3.8.10. Board of Trustees
3.9. Elizabeth City State University
3.9.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.9.2. Academic Affairs
3.9.3. Athletics
3.9.4. Business and Finance
3.9.5. Development
3.9.6. Faculty Affairs [VACANT]
3.9.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.9.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.9.9. Student Affairs [VACANT]
3.9.10. Board of Trustees
3.10. Fayetteville State University
3.10.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.10.2. Academic Affairs
3.10.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.10.4. Business and Finance
3.10.5. Development
3.10.6. Faculty Affairs
3.10.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.10.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.10.9. Student Affairs [VACANT]
3.10.10. Board of Trustees
3.11. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
3.11.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.11.2. Academic Affairs
3.11.3. Athletics
3.11.4. Business and Finance
3.11.5. Development
3.11.6. Faculty Affairs [VACANT]
3.11.7. Graduate Studies
3.11.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.11.9. Student Affairs [VACANT]
3.11.10. Board of Trustees
3.12. North Carolina Central University
3.12.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.12.2. Academic Affairs
3.12.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.12.4. Business and Finance
3.12.5. Development
3.12.6. Faculty Affairs
3.12.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.12.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.12.9. Student Affairs
3.12.10. Board of Trustees
3.13. North Carolina School of the Arts
3.13.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.13.2. Academic Affairs
3.13.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.13.4. Business and Finance
3.13.5. Development
3.13.6. Faculty Affairs
3.13.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.13.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.13.9. Student Affairs
3.13.10. Board of Trustees
3.14. University of North Carolina at Pembroke
3.14.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.14.2. Academic Affairs [VACANT]
3.14.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.14.4. Business and Finance [VACANT]
3.14.5. Development
3.14.6. Faculty Affairs
3.14.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.14.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.14.9. Student Affairs [VACANT]
3.14.10. Board of Trustees
3.15. Western Carolina University
3.15.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.15.2. Academic Affairs
3.15.3. Athletics
3.15.4. Business and Finance [VACANT]
3.15.5. Development
3.15.6. Faculty Affairs
3.15.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.15.8. Health Affairs [VACANT]
3.15.9. Student Affairs
3.15.10. Board of Trustees
3.16. Winston-Salem State University
3.16.1. Office of the Chancellor
3.16.2. Academic Affairs [VACANT]
3.16.3. Athletics [VACANT]
3.16.4. Business and Finance
3.16.5. Development
3.16.6. Faculty Affairs
3.16.7. Graduate Studies [VACANT]
3.16.8. Health Affairs
3.16.9. Student Affairs
3.16.10. Board of Trustees

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Administrative Council: Meetings, Correspondence Relating to, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:1

(includes some agendas)

Administrative Council: Memoranda, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:1

(#s 232-371)

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Affirmative Action Reports, General Administration Offices, 1982-1989; 1991; 1994-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

Animal Experimentation, Protest Letters, 1988-1989 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

Annual Report, President's, FY1985/86-FY1987/88; FY1989/90-FY1995/96 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

Athletics: General, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

Athletics: Athletic Contracts, 1981; 1988-1994 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

Athletics: Drug Testing, Mandatory, 1987-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:2

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Faculty Assembly: General, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:3

Faculty Assembly: Minutes, 1985-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:3

Friday, William C., President Emeritus, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:3

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Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): General, April 1986-March 1987 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Calendar of Events, 1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Inauguration of C. D. Spangler, Jr., as President of the University of North Carolina, Oct. 17, 1986: Book #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Inauguration of C. D. Spangler, Jr., as President of the University of North Carolina, Oct. 17, 1986: Brochure #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Inauguration Dinner, 16 October 1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Photographs, 17 October 1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

(contact prints and slides)

Inauguration, President Spangler (17 October 1986): Speech, President Spangler, 17 October 1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Legal Affairs: General, 1986-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Legal Affairs: Consent Decree (U.S. Dept. of Education & UNC): General, 1985-1988; 1992-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:4

Box 1:5

Legal Affairs: Consent Decree (U.S. Dept. of Education & UNC): Minority Presence Grant Program, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:5

(see also Minority Presence Reports under individual campuses in Subgroup 3)

Box 1:6

Legal Affairs: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, 1989 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Legal Affairs: Public Records/Open Meetings: General, 1986-1989; 1994-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Legal Affairs: Public Records/Open Meetings: North Carolina Press Association., Inc., v. The University of North Carolina, 1996 (Open Meetings Law) #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Legal Affairs: State Residence for Tuition Purposes, Committee on, 1987-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Memoranda to Chancellors, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Park Scholarship, 1995-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Presidential Candidates Forum (11 September 1987), June 1987-November 1987 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Secretary of the University, Office of, 1987-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

Special Projects, Vice President for (Jay M. Robinson), 1992-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:6

(see also Bond Referendum in Series 4, below)

Box 1:7

Speeches, President Spangler, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:7

Tuition, 1993-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:7

Women Administrators, Effort to Increase Number of, 1989; 1994 #40010, Subseries: "1.1 Subject Files" Box 1:7

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Box 1:8

General, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

Admission, Minimum Requirements, 1987-1991, 1994-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

Advancement of Teaching, Center for the, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

Chief Academic Officers, 1991-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

Contract Programs (Health Sciences), Office of, 1986-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

Distinguished Professors Endowment Trust Fund, 1987-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:8

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Mathematics and Science Education Network, 1985-1992 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Minority Presence Grant Program (see Consent Decree under Legal Affairs in Series 1) #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Networking and Telecommunications, Office of: General, 1993-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Networking and Telecommunications, Office of: Networking and Telecommunications Study Committee, 1991-1992 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Nursing Education, 1988-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Principals' Executive Program, 1991-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

School Technology Users Task Force, 1995-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Superintendents' Executive Program, 1985-1990 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

Teacher Preparation Program Study, 1986-1994 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

(see also Joint Committee on Teacher Preparation in Subgroup 2, Series 2)

Transfer Credit Advisory Committee, 1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

(transfers from Community Colleges to UNC System)

University of North Carolina Mathematics & Science Education Network (see Mathematics and Science Education Network, above) #40010, Subseries: "1.2 Academic Affairs Division" Box 1:9

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Box 1:11

General, 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:11

Analysis of Funding Equity in The University of North Carolina, Phase I Final Report, MGT of America, Inc., March 27, 1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:11

Bond Referendum (1993): General, 1992-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:11

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Bond Referendum (1993): General 1994-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

Bond Referendum (1993): Campaign Financing, 1992-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

Bond Referendum (1993): Campaign Publicity #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

(produced by Greer, Margolis, Mitchell, Burns and Associates, Inc.)

Bond Referendum (1993): Campaign Publicity: Radio Spots #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

(2 spots on 1 audiocassette tape; shelved separately under C-40010/1; consult staff for access)

Bond Referendum (1993): Campaign Publicity: Television Ads #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

(9 ads on 2 VHS videocassettes; shelved separately under VT-40010/1-2; consult staff for access)

Bond Referendum (1993): Professors' Letters Supporting Bond Passage, July1993 -September 1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

Budget, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

Capital Request Process and Prioritization Study, Eva Klein & Associates, March 1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:12

Box 1:13

Fiscal Accountability/Flexibility Legislation, 1991-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:13

Institutional (Campuses) Dues and Assessment Study, 1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:13

Outsourcing/Privatization Study for The University of North Carolina, Final Report, MGT of America, Inc., 28 March 1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.4 Finance Division" Box 1:13

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Box 1:15

Advisory Committee of Private College Presidents, 1988-1989 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:15

American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1987-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:15

American Association of University Professors, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:15

Association of American Universities, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:15

Association of Governing Boards, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:15

Box 1:16

Business-Higher Education Forum, 1990-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

Carnegie Foundation, Delegations to/from People's Republic of China, 1988-1989; 1992-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

Chinqua-Penn Plantation, 1991-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

Duke University, 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

Glaxo, Inc., 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), 1986-1992 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina, 1986-1994 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) (see Athletics in Series 2, above) #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

National Humanities Center, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:16

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North Carolina, State of: Auditor, Office of, 1989-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

(see also audit files under Business and Finance for campuses in Subgroup 3)

North Carolina, State of: Ethics, Board of, 1989 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: General, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Budget Cut, 1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: Fire Safety Loan Fund, 1996-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Name Change, Proposed, 1991 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: Governor, Office of the: General, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: Governor, Office of the: Education Cabinet, 1993-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: Governor, Office of the: Telecommunications in Education, Advisory Council on, 1991 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: Lieutenant Governor, Office of the, 1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: North Carolina Community College System, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

(formerly Department of Community Colleges)

North Carolina, State of: Public Instruction, Department of, 1986-1994 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: State Board of Education, 1985-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: State Personnel, Office of, 1987-1993 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

North Carolina, State of: Vocational Education, Advisory Council on, 1987-1989 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:17

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North Carolina Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, 1986-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Foundation: Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes, 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Foundation: Members of Corporation, Meeting Minutes, 1985-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Institute: Advanced Study of Microstructure, Center for the, Proposed, 1984-1986 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors: Meeting Minutes, 1985-1990 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Institute: Board of Governors: Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Research Triangle Institute: Corporate Members, Meeting Minutes, 1985-1988 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), 1986-1990 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

United States Congress, 1986-1995 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Inc., 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "1.10 Outside Organizations" Box 1:18

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Ad Hoc Committees: Centennial Campus, 1986-1988 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Diversity in the University, Ad hoc Committee to Study, 1994 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Drug Policy, 1987-1990; 1993; 1995 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Litigation, 1987-1988 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Piedmont Triad Research Center, 1991-1993 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Presidential Assessment, 1991-1993; 1995 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Ad Hoc Committees: Relationship Between University and Private Enterprise, 1987 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

Budget and Finance, 1986-1991 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:3

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Budget and Finance, 1992-1997 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:4

Committee on Committees, 1986; 1989; 1991-1993 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:4

Educational Planning, Policies and Programs, 1986-1988 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:4

Box 2:5

Educational Planning, Policies and Programs, 1989-1997 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

Intercollegiate Athletics, 1987-1988; 1990-1991 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

Joint Committees: Joint Committee to Study the Inclusion of All Talent in the University of North Carolina, 1995 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

Joint Committees: Joint Committee on Teacher Education, 1990 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

Joint Committees: Joint Committee on Teacher Preparation, 1988 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

(see also Teacher Preparation Program Study in Subgroup 1, Series 2)

Long-Range Planning, 1987; 1989; 1994 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:5

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Personnel and Tenure, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:6

Student Fees, Special Committee on, 1993; 1996 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:6

University Assessment, 1996 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:6

University Governance, 1986-1996 #40010, Subseries: "2.2 Commitees" Box 2:6

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General Correspondence: Poulton, Bruce R., 1986-1989 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

General Correspondence: Monteith, Larry K. (Interim Chancellor), 1989-May 1990 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

General Correspondence: Monteith, Larry K., July 1990-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Commencement, 1990; 1992-1993; 1995-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 11, 1987 Forum, 1986-1987 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 8 & 9, 1989 Forum, 1988-1989 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 8 & 9, 1990 Forum, 1989-1990 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 12 & 13, 1992 Forum, 1991-1992 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 10 & 11, 1993 Forum, 1992-1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 10 & 11, 1994 Forum, 1993-1994 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Emerging Issues Forum: February 13 & 14, 1995 Forum, 1994-1995 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Installation (Monteith), 1991 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

Visit by President Bush, 1990 #40010, Subseries: "3.1.1 Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:1

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General Correspondence: Fordham, Christopher C., III, 1986-1988 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

General Correspondence: Hardin, Paul, 1988-1995 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

General Correspondence: Hooker, Michael K., 1995-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Bicentennial, University: General, 1993-1994 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Bicentennial, University: Bicentennial Postcard, 1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Bicentennial, University: Brochures and Programs, 1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Bicentennial, University: Student Band Grievance, 1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Commencement, 1990-1993; 1995-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Commencement (15 December 1996), Mike Dyson Controversy, 1996-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Employee Forum, 1996 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Installation (see 1988 and 1995 items in University Day, below) #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

Kuralt, Charles, Memorial, 1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

University Day, 1986-1992; 1994-1996 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.1. Office of the Chancellor" Box 3:2

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Ackland Art Museum, 1986-1991 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

African-American Research, Institute of, 1994 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

American South, Center for the Study of the, 1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Arts and Sciences, College of, 1991-1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Black Cultural Center: General, 1992-1996 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Black Cultural Center: Studies, Plans and Reports, 1989-1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Business School, Kenan-Flagler 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Education, School of, 1990-1995 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Government, Institute of, 1986-1994 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of, 1988-1996 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Law, School of, 1986-1989; 1993-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Library: General, 1987-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Library: Special Collections, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Music, Department of, 1993; 1995-1996 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Private Enterprise, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of, 1986-1995 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Radio, Television and Motion Pictures, Department of, Restructuring, 1991; 1993 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Social Work, School of: General, 1987-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Social Work, School of: Kuralt, Charles, Tribute, 1990 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

Southern Politics, Center of, Proposed, 1995 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

University of North Carolina Press, 1986-1997 #40010, Subseries: "3.2.2. Academic Affairs" Box 3:3

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