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|Size||Linear Feet: 1.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately Items: 250 items)|
|Abstract||From 1968 to 1972, the University Advisory Council served as liaison between the President of the University of North Carolina (System) and the faculties of the constituent campuses. Consisting of the chancellors and the faculty advisory committees of the individual campuses, the Council expressed faculty attitudes on matters of systemwide policy. In 1972, with the reorganization of the University System, the Council was reconstituted as the Faculty Assembly. Records of the University Advisory Council include meeting agendas and minutes; the Council's charter and bylaws; and assessments of Council activities.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina (System). University Advisory Council.|
|Curatorial Unit||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.|
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The University Advisory Council was created to improve communication between the President of the Consolidated University of North Carolina and the faculties of the constituent campuses. Its organizational meeting occurred in Chapel Hill on 4 February 1969. The council consisted of the chancellors and the faculty advisory committees of each campus; it annually elected a chairman, vice chairman, and secretary as well as an Executive Committee. The council acted in an advisory capacity to the Consolidated University President and Board of Trustees and expressed faculty attitudes on matters of university-wide policy, such as disruption and dormitory visitation. With the restructuring of the university system in 1972, the University Advisory Council was reconstituted as the Faculty Assembly in June 1972.Back to Top
Records of the University Advisory Council include meeting agendas and minutes; the Council's charter and bylaws; and assessments of Council activities.Back to Top
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