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|Size||3.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 2400 items)|
|Abstract||Carl W. Smith served as Assistant to the Provost from 1972 to 1995. He was the first individual appointed to an assistant's role in the Office of the Provost. His primary duty was the handling of routine budgetary and financial matters; he was the liaison for such matters between the Provost and the units comprising the Division of Academic Affairs. He was also responsible for monitoring the affirmative action and minority recruitment and retention programs for the Division. Correspondence and other files of Assistant to the Provost Carl W. Smith. The majority of the files deal with the budgets of individual units in the University's Division of Academic Affairs. Also of interest are several files pertaining to affirmative action and minority recruitment within the Division.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Assistant to the Provost.|
|Curatorial Unit||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.|
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These records consist of the files of the Assistant to the Provost, Carl Smith, from 1972 to 1989. They also include a small amount of material kept by Smith when he was an administrative intern in the Provost's Office in 1972. Smith handled primarily matters of budget and finance and was the liaison for financial matters to the various offices reporting to the Provost. He also administrated the affirmative action and minority recruitment and retention programs for the Division of Academic Affairs. Carl Smith retired on 31 May 1995. He was succeeded by Kathleen F. McGaughey, whose title became Assistant Provost for Finance.Back to Top
Correspondence and other files of Assistant to the Provost Carl W. Smith. The majority of the files deal with the budgets of individual units in the University's Division of Academic Affairs. Also of interest are several files pertaining to affirmative action and minority recruitment within the Division.Back to Top
(includes some material on the Curriculum in Marine Sciences)