Collection Number: 40228

Collection Title: Office of Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: James Moeser Records, 1940s-2021 (bulk 2000-2008)

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Size 114.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 90000 items)
Abstract James Moeser became the chief administrative officer of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on 15 August 2000. In September 2007, he announced that he was stepping down as chancellor on 30 June 2008 with plans to return to the university in 2009, after a year's research leave, as a professor in the Department of Music. Records include correspondence and other files relating to the administration of, and academic programs at, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Of particular interest are files relating to the 2000 state bond referendum on improvements for higher education facilities; the university's fund raising activities and public relations; research, including initiatives in the genome sciences; the administration, with Duke University, of the Robertson Scholars Program; the establishment of the Carolina Covenant scholarship program; the university's response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001; the controversies surrounding the Carolina Summer Reading Program's choice of Michael Sells's Approaching the Qur'an and Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed; and the controversy over the naming of the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award. Later additions include materials related to tuition increases; the university's growing emphasis on the performing arts; and the university's public service mission in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina; the controversy surrounding the university's decision to terminate the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award; and issues related to efforts by the Atlantic Coast Conference to expand by adding three Big East universities; and materials related to the university's response to the 2007 shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech).
Creator University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chancellor.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Materials in Boxes 75-76 are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of their creation for reasons related to the confidentiality of personnel, student, medical, and other legally protected records.
Use of audiotapes or videotapes may require production of listening or viewing copies.
This collection contains additional materials that are not available for immediate or same day access. Please contact Research and Instructional Service staff at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss options for consulting these materials.
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Office of Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: James Moeser Records #40228, University Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Records transferred from the Office of Chancellor, 2000-2012: the Addition of December 2011 was received in December 2010 and July-August 2011 (RT 20101216.1, 20070707.1, and 20110829.2); the Addition of December 2012 was received in July-August 2012 (RT 20120712.1 and 20120830.2); the Addition of January 2013 was recieved in January 2013 (RT 20130129.2); the Addition of January 2016 was received in January 2016 (RT 20160128.1); December 2016 (RT 20161008.1); the Addition of October 2018 was received in October 2018 (RT 20181018.1); addition received from Linda Convissor in November 2018 (RT 20181212.6), Addition of April 2022 received from James Moeser (RT 20220405.1).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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A native of Texas, James Moeser studied music at the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned the bachelor of music degree in 1961 and the master of music in 1964. He continued his education at the University of Michigan, graduating in 1967 with a doctorate in musical arts.

Moeser's career in higher education began in 1966, when he accepted the position of assistant professor in the Department of Music and Dance at the University of Kansas. He became dean of the School of Fine Arts there in 1975 and served in that position for eleven years. He left Kansas in 1986 for Pennsylvania State University, where he became dean of the College of Arts and Architecture and executive director of the University Arts Services. In 1992, he moved to the University of South Carolina as vice president for academic affairs and provost. In 1996, he accepted the position of chancellor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. On 15 August 2000, James Moeser became the ninth chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As chancellor, his aim was to continue Michael Hooker's efforts to make Chapel Hill the leading public university in the nation.

In November 2000, less than a month after Chancellor Moeser's installation, North Carolina voters approved the Higher Education Bond Referendum. Out of $2.5 billion that the referendum made available to the University of North Carolina System, the Chapel Hill campus received $515 million to build, repair, and renovate facilities on campus. This work was badly needed due to years of deferred maintenance. Moeser pledged to triple this investment from the state with private funds raised through the Carolina First Campaign. In the end, the campaign's original $1.8 billion goal was exceeded, and $2.38 billion was raised. In addition to increasing the university's endowment, the money supported building projects, research initiatives, new endowed professorships, and scholarships. The combination of private giving and bond money allowed the university to implement several major elements of its master plan, including the Physical Science Complex, the Arts Common, and the renovation of Memorial Hall.

Moeser and his administration undertook several initiatives to help serve the needs of students and the community. One of these was the Carolina Covenant scholarship program, created in 2004 to give qualified low-income students a chance to earn their college degrees debt-free. Since its inception, the program has been a model for roughly 80 other programs in the United States. Also in 2004, the university launched Carolina Connects to help build relationships between the university and the state. Moeser traveled throughout the state to meet and discuss with communities such issues as health, education, and the economy. A third initiative, and one very near the chancellor's heart, was to strengthen programs in the arts, particularly the performing arts. The university hired Emil Kang as its first director of the arts, and following the renovation of Memorial Hall, Kang launched an ambitious performing arts series that drew major artists from around the world.

During Chancellor Moeser's tenure, the university was involved in several controversies; in each instance the chancellor responded by upholding free speech and academic freedom. The first occurred in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and concerned a teach-in led by members of the faculty and entitled "Understanding the Attack on America: An Alternative View." There was a good deal of negative public reaction to reports of the teach-in, including some accusations that faculty were trying to justify the attack. Less than a year later, the selection of Michael Sells's Approaching the Qur'an for the 2002 summer reading program was the occasion for more public outcry against the university. Objections were also raised to the selection for the 2003 summer reading program; some political conservatives called Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed: On (not) Getting By in America a "Marxist rant."

Another controversy, more internally focused, concerned the naming of the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award. The Bell Award was established in 1994 to recognize the contributions of women to the university and was named for Cornelia Phillips Spencer, who on 20 March 1875 rushed to the belfry of South Building and rang the bell to proclaim the news that the General Assembly had approved the reopening of the university. Spencer was a writer, a proponent of education for women, and the daughter and sister of long-time university professors. However, her legacy was increasingly called into question by 21st-century students, who pointed to the segregationist views expressed in some of her writings and to the fact that her family had owned slaves. Debate over Spencer's legacy led to a weekend-long symposium, "Remembering Reconstruction," in October 2004 and to a general re-examination of the university's history. Chancellor Moeser supported this re-examination, saying on numerous occasions that he wanted the university's history told fully, "warts and all."

In September 2007, in his annual State of the University address, Moeser announced that he was stepping down as chancellor on 30 June 2008 but had plans to return to the university as a faculty member in the Department on Music in 2009.

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The Office of Chancellor records of James Moeser include correspondence and other files relating to the administration of, and academic programs at, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Of particular interest are files relating to the 2000 state bond referendum on improvements for higher education facilities; the University's fund raising activities and public relations; research, including initiatives in the genome sciences; the establishment of the Carolina Covenant scholarship program; the controversies surrounding the Carolina Summer Reading Program's choice of Michael Sells's Approaching the Qur'an and Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed; and the controversy over the naming of the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award. The Addition of December 2011 includes materials concerning tuition increases; the controversy surrounding the university's decision to terminate the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award; and issues related to efforts by the Atlantic Coast Conference to expand by adding three Big East universities. The Addition of December 2012 includes materials related to the university's response to the 2007 shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). The Addition of January 2016 consists of a recording of Chancellor James Moeser's September 12, 2001 speech to students following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Note that materials in Boxes 75-76 are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of their creation for reasons related to the confidentiality of personnel, student, medical, and other legally protected records.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Office of the Chancellor, 2000-2007.

3600 items.

This series contains files pertaining to university-wide issues and topics, including university committees and task forces whose memberships are broad-based. Files pertaining to specific administrative divisions of the university, as well as to faculty government and to agencies and organizations outside the university, will be found in the subsequent series. The bulk of the files in this series date from 2000 to 2003. Of particular interest in this series are the files on the 2000 state bond referendum, the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award, the "Remembering Reconstruction" conference (which originated out of controversy over the naming of the Bell Award), and planning.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 1

Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, 2000

Adviser to the Chancellor (Douglass Hunt), 2001-2002

Affordable Housing, 2000-2003

Annual Report, 2002

Bond Referendum, 2000-2001

Regarding campaign for passage of Higher Education Improvement Bonds; see also Bond Oversight in Series 5.

Videotape VT-40228/10

Bond Referendum: A Building Crisis, 2000

Length: 60:00

Records transfer 20161008.1

UNC TV. Shannon Vickery narrates program about the building and facilities problems at UNC System schools.

Box 1

Carolina Seminars, 2000

Carolina Women's Center, 2001-2002

Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Naming University Facilities and Activities, 2000

Chancellor's Award and Governor's Award for Excellence Programs, 2001-2002

Chancellor's Cabinet, 2000-2002

Chancellor's Calendars, 2000-2003

C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards, 2000-2002

Commencement: General, 2000-2003

Commencement: Programs, 2000-2004; 2006-2007

Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award, 2000-2002

Diversity Plan, 2006

Employee Forum, 2000-2002

Enrollment, 2000-2002

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office, 2001-2002

External Professional Activities, 2001

General Administration: General, 2000; 2002

General Administration: Administrative Council, 2000-June 2001

Box 2

Folder 34-35

Folder 34

Folder 35

General Administration: Administrative Council, August 2001-2002

Box 2

Folder 36

General Administration: Board of Governors, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 37

General Administration: Graduate Council, 2000

Box 2

Folder 38

General Administration: James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy, 2001-2002

Box 2

General Administration: Martin Luther King Center Task Force, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 39

General Administration: Oliver Max Gardner Award, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 40

General Administration: University of North Carolina Center for Public Television, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 41

General Administration: University of North Carolina Press, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 42-43

Folder 42

Folder 43

General Alumni Association, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 44

Hooker, Michael, 2001

Box 2

Folder 45

Ice Storm, 2002

Box 2

Folder 46-47

Folder 46

Folder 47

Installation, 2000-2001

Videotape VT-40228/9

Installation: The Future of the American University, 12 October 2000

An academic symposium presented on the occasion of University Day and the installation of Chancellor James Moeser

Extra Oversize Paper Folder XOPF-40228/1

Installation: Official greetings from Harvard University and Yale University, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 48

Intellectual Climate, 2002

Box 2

Folder 49-50

Folder 49

Folder 50

Internal Audit Department, 2000-2003

Box 2

Folder 51

Intimidation-Free Campuses, 2002

Box 2

Folder 52

Lagos, Ricardo, 2000-2001

Regarding the conferring of an honorary degree on the president of Chile.

Box 2

Folder 53

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, 2001-2002; 2004

Box 2

Folder 54-56

Folder 54

Folder 55

Folder 56

Licensing Labor Code Advisory Committee, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 57

Local Relations Work Group, 2002

Box 2

Folder 58

Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration, 2000; 2002

Box 2

Folder 59

Minority Affairs, Office of, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 60

Planning: Horace Williams Property: General, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 61

Planning: Horace Williams Property: Eva Klein & Associates, 2001-2002

Box 2

Folder 62

Planning: Master Plan: General, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 63

Planning: Master Plan: Local Objections to, 2000

Box 2

Folder 64

Planning: Science Complex, 2000-2001

Box 2

Folder 65

Progressive Faculty Network, 2000-2001

See also Understanding the Attack on America: An Alternative View.

Box 2

Folder 66

Public Private Partnership, 2000

Box 2

Folder 67

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": General, 2004

See also Box 40 in the Addition of November 2010; and Box 57 in the Addition of December 2011, below.

Videotape VT-40228/1-2

VT-40228/1

VT-40228/2

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: Opening Remarks by Chancellor James Moeser and Keynote Speaker Professor Thomas C. Holt, 1 October 2004

Videotape VT-40228/3

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: "Reexamining the University of North Carolina's Reconstruction History: Why Now? An Open Forum," 2 October 2004

Videotape VT-40228/4

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: "Carolina's First Century: Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction," 2 October 2004

Videotape VT-40228/5

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: "Cornelia Phillips Spencer and her Legacy," 2 October 2004

Videotape VT-40228/6

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: "Cornelia Phillips Spencer and her Legacy" (continued), and Reports from Breakout Sessions, 2 October 2004

Videotape VT-40228/7

"Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina: A Community Conversation": Proceedings: "The University of North Carolina and Contested Historical Memories" Roundtable, and Summation and Closing Remarks by Edward T. Linenthal, 2 October 2004

Box 2

Folder 68

Retired Faculty Association, 2001-2002

Box 2

Folder 69

Salaries, 2001-2002

Box 2

Folder 70

September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks, 2001-2002

See also "Understanding the Attack on America," below.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40228/1

Photograph of Chancellor Moeser speaking to crowd from steps of South Building, 12 September 2001

Box 2

Folder 71

Sexual Harassment Policy, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 72

Special Counselor to the Chancellor (William O. McCoy), 2000; 2002

Box 2

Folder 73

Speeches, Chancellor's: Pennsylvania State University Commencement Address, 2001-2002

See also Briefing Files in Series 6.2.

Box 2

Folder 74

Speeches, Chancellor's: State of the University Address, 2002

Audiocassette C-40228/1

Speeches, Chancellor's: Greensboro Kiwanis Club, 18 October 2001

Box 2

Folder 75

Tuition and Fees, 2000-2002

Box 2

Folder 76

UNC Women in Science and Research, 2002

Box 3

"Understanding the Attack on America: An Alternative View," 2001-2002

Teach-in sponsored by the Progressive Faculty Network.

University Child Care Center, 2002

University Day, 2000-2002; 2004-2006

For installation of the Chancellor, see Installation, above.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Postdoctoral Association, 2001

University Teaching Awards, 2001-2002

University Woman's Club, 2001-2002

Vice Chancellor and General Counsel: General, 2000-2003

Vice Chancellor and General Counsel: Deputy General Counsel, 2002

Vice Chancellors Retreat, 2001

William Rand Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust, 2000-2003

Includes correspondence with Kenan family members.

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3600 items.

Included here are files on the departments and schools that made up the Division of Academic Affairs during Chancellor Moeser's tenure. Also found here are files on several of the offices that supported the university's academic mission, including the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. The bulk of the files date from 2000 to 2003. Of particular interest are files on the Robertson Scholars Program; the proposal to establish a campus of the Kenan-Flagler Business school in Qatar; and research on carbon dioxide, which can found in the Chemistry department file. Note that the file titled Correspondence Concerning Individual Applicants, which is listed under Office of Undergraduate Admissions, is CLOSED to researchers until 2077.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 4

Provost, Office of the, 2000-2003

Ackland Art Museum, 2000-2002

Admissions (see Undergraduate Admissions, Office of, below)

Arts and Sciences, College of: General, 2000-2003

Arts and Sciences, College of: Arts and Sciences Foundation, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Arts Carolina, 2001-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: African and Afro-American Studies, Department of, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: American Studies, Curriculum in, 2000

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Anthropology, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Art, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Biology, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Center for European Studies, 2002

Includes Transatlantic Masters Program.

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Chemistry, Department of, 2000-2002

See also DuPont in Series 12.

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: City and Regional Planning, Department of, 2000-2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Classics, Department of, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Communication Studies, Department of, 2000-2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Computer Science, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Dramatic Art, Department of: General, 2000-2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Dramatic Art, Department of: Playmakers Repertory Company, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Geography, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Geological Sciences, Department of, 2000-2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: History, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Institute for the Arts and Humanities, 2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Institute of Outdoor Drama, 2000; 2002-2003

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Marine Sciences, Department of, 2001-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Mathematics, Department of, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Music, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Naval Science, Department of (NROTC), 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Philosophy, Department of, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Physics and Astronomy, Department of, 2000-2003

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Political Science, Department of, 2000-2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Program in the Humanities and Human Values, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Psychology, Department of, 2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Recreation and Leisure Studies, Department of, 2001-2003

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Religious Studies, Department of, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Romance Languages, Department of, 2001-2003

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Sociology, Department of, 2001

Arts and Sciences, College of: Departments, Curricula, and Programs: Women's Studies, Curriculum in, 2000-2001

Box 5

Arts and Sciences, College of: General Education Curriculum Review, 2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: James M. Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence, 2001-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: John L. Sanders Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and Service, 2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Robertson Scholars Program: General, 2000-2002

Arts and Sciences, College of: Robertson Scholars Program: Search for Director, 2000

Arts and Sciences, College of: Study Abroad, 2000-2001

Carolina Environmental Program, 2000-2002

Center for the Study of the American South: General, 2000-2003

Center for the Study of the American South: Advisory Board, 2002-2003

Education, School of, 2000-2002

Government, School of, 2000-2003

Previously Institute of Government.

Graduate School, 2000-2002

Information and Library Science, School of, 2000-2002

Institute of African American Research, 2001

Institutional Research, 2000-2002

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of, 2000-2002

Kenan-Flagler Business School: General, 2000-2003

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Center for Technology and Advanced Commerce, 2001

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise: General, 2000; 2002

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise: Office of Economic Development, 2000-2001; 2003

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Qatar, 2000-2002

Regarding proposal to establish a campus of the Kenan-Flagler Business School with the Qatar Foundation in Qatar; includes a separately filed CD (DCD-40228/1) containing photographs of a trip to Qatar taken 2-5 May 2001.

Digital Folder DF-40228/1

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Qatar: Photographs, 2-5 May 2001

Migrated from DCD-40228/1.

Box 5

Law, School of, 2000-2002

Box 6

Libraries, University, 2000-2002

See also Health Sciences Library in Series 9.

Morehead Planetarium, 2000-2003

North Carolina Botanical Garden, 2000-2002

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: General, 2000-2003

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarship, 2000-2002

Videotape VT-40228/8

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: Carolina Covenant: Roy Williams Commercial, 5 February 2004

Box 6

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: Chancellor's Carolina Scholars Awards, 2001-2003

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: John Motley Morehead Scholarships (see John Motley Morehead Foundation in Series 12)

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: Johnston Awards Program, 2000-2002

Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of: Scholarships and Fellowships: Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Grants, 2000-2002

Social Work, School of: General, 2000-2002

Social Work, School of: Search for Dean, 2001-2002

Sonja Haynes Stone Black Cultural Center, 2000-2002

Summer School, 2000-2002

Undergraduate Admissions, Office of: General, 2000-2004

Undergraduate Admissions, Office of: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applications, 2000-2002

This file is RESTRICTED and has been moved to Box 75. Items in the file are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of creation because they contain information on individual applicants that is protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

University Center for International Studies: General, 2000-2002

University Center for International Studies: Carolina for Kibera, Inc., 2001

University Registrar, Office of the, 2000-2002

William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education: General, 2001

Previously Division of Continuing Education.

William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education: BRIDGES, 2001

World View, 2002

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400 items.

This series consists of the chancellor's files related to the work of the Division of Information Technology and to various campus information technology initiatives.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 7

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology, General, 2000-2002

Carolina Computing Initiative (CCI), 2000

Distance Education/E-Learning, 2000-2001

Regarding recommendations by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Department of Athletics, 2000-2002.

800 items.

The files in this series relate to the university's intercollegiate athletics program.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 7

Athletics, General, 2000-2002

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), 2000-2002

Basketball, 2000-2001

Contracts and Agreements, 2001

See also Nike Contracts, below.

Educational Foundation, Inc, 2000-2002

Football: General, 2000-2002

Football: Coach Carl Torbush, 2000-2001

Regarding his dismissal.

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): General, 2000-2002

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Carolina Elite All-Star Camp, 2001-2002

Nike Contracts, 2001

Pursuing Victory with Honor Symposium, 2000-2001

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Division of Finance and Administration, 2000-2004.

1200 items.

Files in this series relate to the offices that comprised the Division of Finance and Administration during Chancellor Moeser's tenure and to their functions, which included the handling of the university's budget, business operations, facilities planning and maintenance, personnel management, security, and related matters. With the passage of the Higher Education Bonds, the leadership of the division was reorganized, to handle the greater responsibilities in the expansion of university facilities. In 2001 the position of associate vice chancellor for facilities services was renamed the associate vice chancellor for facilities planning and construction and became concerned exclusively with carrying out the development plan. Facilities Services was then reassigned to the associate vice chancellor for campus services, who was previously associate vice chancellor for auxiliary services. The bulk of the files in this series date from 2000 to 2002.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 8

Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, General, 2000-2004

Bond Oversight, 2001-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: General, 2001-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Services: General, 2000-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Services: Groundskeepers, 2001-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Services: Housekeepers, 2000-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Services: Sustainability Office, 2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Horace Williams Airport, 2000-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Public Safety, Department of: General, 2001-2002

Campus Services, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Public Safety, Department of: Transportation and Parking, 2000-2002

Facilities Planning and Construction, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Capital Improvement Program: General, 2001

Facilities Planning and Construction, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Capital Improvement Program: Historic Core Campus, 2000-2002

Facilities Planning and Construction, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Capital Improvement Program: Memorial Hall, 2000-2002

Facilities Planning and Construction, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Planning: General, 2000-2001

Facilities Planning and Construction, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Facilities Planning: Campus Historic Preservation Manager, 2001-2003

Finance, Associate Vice Chancellor for: General, 2000-2003

Finance, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Budget, 2000-2002

Finance, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Controller, 2000-2001

Finance, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Office of Contracts and Grants, 2000-2001

Finance, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Development Plan, 2001

Human Resources, Associate Vice Chancellor for: General, 2000-2002

Human Resources, Associate Vice Chancellor for: Service Appreciation Banquet, 2001

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Division of University Advancement, 2000-2004.

7200 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.1. General Files, 2000-2004.

1200 items.

The majority of the files in this subseries date from 2000 to 2002 and pertain to the university's fundraising activities, including the Carolina First Campaign. Also located here are files relating to the university's public relations program.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 9

Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, General, 2000-2002

Board of Visitors, 2000-2002

Government Relations, 2000-2002

Marketing Plan, 2001-2002

By Simpson Hearne and Lipman Hearne, Inc., consultants.

University Development, Office of: General, 2000-2002; 2004

University Development, Office of: Carolina First Campaign, 2000-2003

University Development, Office of: Carolina Living Legends, 2000-2002

University Development, Office of: Lux Libertas Society, 2000; 2002

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation: General, 2000-2002

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation: UNC Management Company, Inc.: General, 2001

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation: UNC Management Company, Inc.: Carolina Ventures, 2001-2002

University Relations, Office of: General, 2000-2002; 2004

University Relations, Office of: Community Relations: Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2000-2003

University Relations, Office of: News Services, 2000-2001

University Relations, Office of: WUNC-FM, 2001-2002

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.2. Briefing Files, 2000-2004.

6000 items.

Arrangement: Chronological

Files in this subseries were created by the Division of University Advancement to prepare the chancellor for meetings, special events, outreach visits, interviews, and speeches. The files include schedules, news clippings, texts of speeches, programs, and other related items. Of particular interest are the outreach visits that were part of Carolina Connects, which began in 2004, and the files concerning the Qur'an controversy.

Box 10

Public Relations Activities of First Day in Office, 15 August 2000

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Interview, 16 August 2000

Meeting with State Senator Howard Lee, 16 August 2000

Lunch and Tour of Chapel Hill with Mayor, 16 August 2000

Meeting with State Representative Verla Insko, 17 August 2000

Meeting with State Representative Joe Hackney, 17 August 2000

Carolina Computing Initiative Media Briefing, 17 August 2000

New Faculty Reception, 17 August 2000

Freshman Camp, 17 August 2000

Blue & White Interview, 18 August 2000

Meeting with State Senator Ellie Kinnaird, 18 August 2000

Meeting with Editor and Staff of The Daily Tar Heel, 18 August 2000

Minority and Underrepresented Student Pre-Orientation, 18 August 2000

New Student Convocation, 20 August 2000

John Locke Foundation Meeting, 23 August 2000

Wake County Alumni Luncheon, 23 August 2000

North Carolina News Network Interview, 23 August 2000

"North Carolina Now" Interview, 23 August 2000

First Year Seminar Class Visit, 24 August 2000

News & Observer Interview, 24 August 2000

Herald-Sun Editorial Board Session, 25 August 2000

Chapel Hill News Editorial Board Session, 25 August 2000

Sonja Haynes Stone Black Cultural Center Awareness Week, 29 August 2000

News & Observer Editorial Board Session, 29 August 2000

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 1 September 2000

Tar Heel Sports Network Interview, 2 September 2000

Lunch with Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce and Chapel Hill Downtown Commission, 6 September 2000

"Carolina Week" Interview, 7 September 2000

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI) Triangle Area Meeting, 7 September 2000

Fall Opening Celebration, 7 September 2000

Ibiblio Website Launch, 11 September 2000

Winston-Salem Journal Interview, 12 September 2000

"Inside Carolina Football with Coach Torbush" Interview, 13 September 2000

School of Nursing Fiftieth Anniversary Video, 13 September 2000

Institute for the Arts and Humanities Dinner, 14 September 2000

Charlotte Observer Interview, 15 September 2000

Endowed Professorships Luncheon, 15 September 2000

WUNC-FM's "The State of Things" Interview, 15 September 2000

Black Ink Magazine Interview, 21 September 2000

Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center Dedication Dinner, 21 September 2000

Chancellor's Club Luncheon for Parents, 23 September 2000

International Friendship Program Reception, 24 September 2000

Star Heels Program Announcement, 27 September 2000

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class, 4 October 2000

Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars Meeting, 5 October 2000

Volunteer Weekend, 13-14 October 2000

WRAL-TV's "Q & A" Interview, 20 October 2000

Morehead Scholarship Finalist Dinner, 22 October 2000

Development of a Program on Ethnicity, Culture, and Health Kickoff, 23 October 2000

Morehead Central Selection Dinner, 23 October 2000

WPTF Radio Interview, 26 October 2000

Durham Rotary Club Meeting, 30 October 2000

Legislative Candidate Forum, 1 November 2000

Master of Public Administration Program's "Celebrating the Values of Public Service" Conference, 3 November 2000

Professional Degree Program Tuition Talking Points, 1 November 2000

Novo Nordisk Gift Announcement, 16 November 2000

Friends of the Library Dinner, 17 November 2000

Best of Dentistry Dinner, 18 November 2000

Phi Beta Kappa Induction Ceremony, 20 November 2000

Carolina Scholars Dinner, 20 November 2000

Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World Reception, 27 November 2000

Chancellor's Club Reception, 28 November 2000

"Success in Carolina First for UNC's Academic Leaders" Seminar, 28-29 November 2000

The Daily Tar Heel Interview, 29 November 2000

British Ambassador's Visit, 4 December 2000

IBM Lunch Meeting, 6 December 2000

Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Leadership Talk, 7 December 2000

College of Arts and Sciences Chairs Breakfast, 8 December 2000

Meeting with President and CEO of Wachovia Corporation, 12 December 2000

Part of Carolina First Campaign.

Town-Gown Committee Meeting, 13 December 2000

University Managers Association Holiday Meeting, 14 December 2000

"In Praise of Age" Interview, 14 December 2000

Carolina Women's Center Meeting, 15 December 2000

Meet-the-Educator's Lunch, 15 December 2000

December Commencement, 20 December 2000

Orange County Schools Visit, 8 January 2001

Kenan Institute Charlotte Visit, 9 January 2001

Cisco Wireless Video Shoot, 17 January 2001

Show of Hands for Peace and Unity, 17 January 2001

Part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.

North Carolina Press Association Awards Ceremony, 23 January 2001

"Centering the South" Speakers Series, 29 January 2001

Meeting with Business Leaders, 25 January 2001

Wireless Internet Technology Media Demonstration, 30 January 2001

Meeting with Kip Frey, 1 February 2001

Regarding Morehead Planetarium.

Meeting with Robert Ingram, 1 February 2001

Regarding partnership with GlaxoSmithKline.

Global View Interview, 5 February 2001

North Carolina Congressional Delegation Visit and Luncheon, 14 February 2001, 14 February 2001

UNC Dance Marathon Taped Endorsement, 16 February 2001

Fayetteville Observer Editorial Board Meeting, 26 February 2001

University of North Carolina Center for Public Television's Festival 2001, 28 February 2001

Financial Services Exchange Launch, 28 February 2001

William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust Meeting, 4-6 March 2001

Tecnologico de Monterrey Speech, 16 March 2001

Cornelia Phillips Spencer Reenactment Ceremony, 20 March 2001

William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education Tenth Anniversary, 27 March 2001

General Alumni Association Board of Directors Meeting, 7 April 2001

Herald-Sun Front Page Awards, 10 April 2001

Visit to Ethics in Sports Honors Seminar, 11 April 2001

Reading of the Names, 16 April 2001

Part of Holocaust Remembrance Week.

Faculty Training Seminar, 18 April 2001

Women's Issues Discussion, 20 April 2001

Undergraduate Scholarship Dinner, 24 April 2001

Public Service Banquet, 26 April 2001

Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence Board of Advisors Meeting, 27 April 2001

Ford Motor Company Executives' Visit, 2 May 2001

Meridian Sertoma Club Luncheon, 2 May 2001

kickoff for "May is Better Hearing and Speech Month".

"A Dialogue on Carolina," 2 May 2001

Alumni Reception in Washington, D.C.

Kenan-Flagler Business School Millennium Society Weekend, 3-6 May 2001

Chronicle of Higher Education Interview, 9 May 2001

Meeting with Editor of The Daily Tar Heel, 24 May 2001

Box 11

International and Area Studies Advisory Board Meeting, 7 June 2001

News & Observer Interview, 12 June 2001

Herald-Sun Interview, 19 June 2001

Washington, D.C., Science Outreach Trip, 10-11 July 2001

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 14 August 2001

Chancellor's Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Management Awards Luncheon, 15 August 2001

News & Observer Interview, 16 August 2001

WPTF-FM Interview, 16 August 2001

New Faculty Reception and Orientation, 16-17 August 2001

The Daily Tar Heel Newsroom Visit, 17 August 2001

New Student Convocation, 19 August 2001

Fall Fest, 19 August 2001

Includes dedication of intramural fields in Chancellor Hooker's name.

WUNC-FM's "The State of Things" Interview, 20 August 2001

Carolina Summer Reading Discussion Group, 20 August 2001

Pursuing Victory with Honor Basketball Summit, 27-29 August 2001

Robertson Scholar Bus Service Ribbon Cutting, 31 August 2001

School of Nursing Visit, 4 September 2001

State of the University Address, 5 September 2001

Roger W. Soles Carolina Scholars Fund Lunch, 13 September 2001

Division of Student Affairs Fall Opening Appreciation Banquet, 13 September 2001

American Studies "The Role of the University in American Life" Class Guest Lecture, 17 September 2001

Memorial Hall Transformation Campaign Committee Meeting, 21 September 2001

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Interview, 26 September 2001

Professional Development Meeting, 28 September 2001

"Carolina Week" Interview, 1 October 2001

Race Relations Week Kickoff Event, 8 October 2001

Neuroscience Research Building Dedication, 11 October 2001

Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards Breakfast, 12 October 2001

National Campaign Committee Meeting, 12 October 2001

Morehead Award Finalists Reception and Dinner, 14 October 2001

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class, 17 October 2001

Greensboro Kiwanis Club Meeting, 18 October 2001

"Healing the Wounds of the World: A Dialogue Between the University and the Community" Symposium, 22 October 2001

Carolina Scholars Dinner, 29 October 2001

United States National Security Advisor Sandy Berger Lecture and Visit, 7 November 2001

Veteran's Day Ceremony and Reception, 8 November 2001

Chancellor's Club Homecoming Luncheon, 9 November 2001

Black Alumni Reunion, 9 November 2001

WUNC-FM's "The State of Things" Interview, 14 November 2001

Regarding trip to Qatar and the proposal to establish the business degree program.

William Richardson Davie Awards Dinner, 14 November 2001

Choo-Choo Justice Scholarship Fund Reception, 16 November 2001

Carolina Speakers Reception, 27 November 2001

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 28 November 2001

Public Art Seminar, 1 December 2001

Charlotte Observer Editorial Board Session, 11 December 2001

College of Arts and Sciences Department Chairs Conference, 11 December 2001

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 11 December 2001

Regarding out-of-state student enrollment.

Graphic Identity Committee Meeting, 12 December 2001

African American Community Leaders Meeting, 19 December 2001

Chapel Hill News Interview, 20 December 2001

Ercole Biotech Licensing Presentation, 9 January 2002

General Alumni Association Board Meeting, 19 January 2002

Youth Leadership Day, 21 January 2002

North Carolina Press Association Chancellor's Luncheon, 25 January 2002

United Way of Wayne County Annual Meeting, 5 February 2002

Board of Governors Orientation Visit, 8 February 2002

BoUNCe Magazine Interview, 12 February 2002

Session Welcoming Thai Exchange Students from Carolina Environmental Program's Thailand Field Site, 15 February 2002

Chancellor's Science Seminar Series, 18 February 2002

General Alumni Association's Conference for Alumni Club Leaders, 1-2 March 2002

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Question and Answer Session, 6 March 2002

Charlotte Observer Editorial Board Session, 8 March 2002

Carolina Women's Forum, 16 March 2002

Mel Levine Reception, 18 March 2002

In honor of Dr. Melvin D. Levine, whose research was featured in the PBS special "Misunderstood Minds".

Qatar Student Seminar Wrap-Up Session, 19 March 2002

Regarding decision not to pursue the proposal to establish the business degree program in Qatar.

Tom Lambeth and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Dinner, 21 March 2002

Regarding the establishment of the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair.

North Carolina Biotechnology Center Board Meeting, 22 March 2002

School of Law's Center for Civil Rights Dinner, 22 March 2002

Robertson Scholars Finalist Dinner, 24 March 2002

Anchors Aweigh Interview, 25 March 2002

Women's Week, 25 March 2002

"Good Morning America" Crew Meeting, 27 March 2002

North Carolina Literary Festival Kickoff, 5 April 2002

Carolina Concepts Opening Session, 8 April 2002

University Teaching Awards Banquet, 9 April 2002

Carolina Women's Center Advisory Board Meeting, 10 April 2002

Carolina Friends Meeting, 10 April 2002

Charles and Charlotte Shaffer Reception, 10 April 2002

Charles Shaffer was Carolina's First Director of Development.

Distinguished Professor's Reception, 11 April 2002

Chancellor's Awards Ceremony, 16 April 2002

Welcoming of University of Maryland Delegation, 17 April 2002

DuPont Headquarters Visit, 24 April 2002

Large Stores Group Annual Meeting, 25 April 2002

Festival on the Hill Reception, 26 April 2002

Service Appreciation Banquet, 27 April 2002

"Good Morning America" Interview, 29 April 2002

Association of American University Dean's Conference, 29 April 2002

General Alumni Association Lunch, 18 May 2002

Tar Heel Bus Tour Seminar, 21 May 2002

Chapel Hill Herald Editorial Board Session, 22 May 2002

School of Public Health Research Center Groundbreaking, 23 May 2002

Development Retreat, 30 May 2002

Newsweek Photo Shoot, 4 June 2002

Chronicle of Higher Education Interview, 11 June 2002

Carolina First Campaign Library Update Meeting, 17 June 2002

North Carolina Magazine Interview, 20 June 2002

News & Observer Editorial Board Meeting, 26 June 2002

General Alumni Association Legislative Reception, 26 June 2002

Employee Forum Community Meeting, 27 June 2002

Baltimore Sun and Charlotte Observer Interviews, 17 July 2002

Regarding the Qur'an Summer Reading controversy.

Farewell Reception for the Vice Chancellor for Information Technology, 25 July 2002

Interfraternity Council (IFC) Alumni Advisors' Committee, 13 July 2002

Chancellor's Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Management Awards Presentation, 14 August 2002

Freshman Camp, 14 August 2002

New Faculty and EPA Nonfaculty Reception, 15 August 2002

New York Times Interview, 15 August 2002

Regarding the Qur'an Summer Reading controversy.

College of Arts and Sciences New Faculty Orientation, 16 August 2002

New Student Convocation, 18 August 2002

Robert B. House Library Ribbon Cutting, 19 August 2002

Frank Porter Graham Student Union Building Addition Ribbon Cutting, 19 August 2002

Fall Fest, 19 August 2002

Meeting with Neal Hunter, 23 August 2002

Regarding Carolina First Campaign and proposed plans for a biomedical engineering program with North Carolina State University.

"Capitol Report" Interview and National Press Club Speech, 27 August 2002

Regarding the Qur'an Summer Reading controversy.

Chapel Hill News Interview, 29 August 2002

Regarding September 11, 2001, anniversary.

"Carolina Week" Interview, 30 August 2002

Civil Rights Luncheon, 30 August 2002

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Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI) Grand Opening, 3 September 2002

Finance and Administration Retreat, 5 September 2002

Research Triangle Foundation Videotaping, 6 September 2002

Orange County 250th Anniversary Ceremony, 9 September 2002

September 11 Ceremony of Remembrance, 11 September 2002

Robertson Scholars Reception and Dinner, 13 September 2002

Committee for Citizen Awareness Videotaping, 16 September 2002

Meeting with GlaxoSmithKline Representative, 17 September 2002

Regarding commitment for Carolina First Campaign.

Retired Faculty Association Luncheon Meeting, 17 September 2002

Medical School Faculty Meeting, 18 September 2002

Morehead Planetarium Patron Reception, 19 September 2002

Luncheon Honoring the Thai Ambassador to the United States, 24 September 2002

Distinguished Professors' Dinner, 24 September 2002

School of Dentistry Faculty Meeting, 25 September 2002

Center for Sustainable Enterprise Advisory Board Meeting, 26 September 2002

Residence Hall Dedication, 26 September 2002

Regarding dedication of four new residence halls on South Campus.

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Executive Leadership Board Meeting, 27 September 2002

Carolina Parents Association Meeting, 28 September 2002

General Alumni Association Board Meeting, 28 September 2002

Duke-UNC Rotary Center for Peace Education Reception, 2 October 2002

Integrated Marketing Plan Meeting, 3 October 2002

Health Sciences Library Groundbreaking, 3 October 2002

College of Arts and Sciences Department Chairs Council, 9 October 2002

Banks D. Kerr Hall Dedication, 11 October 2002

Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards Breakfast, 12 October 2002

Hyde Hall Dedication, 12 October 2002

Reception for Marshall, Rhodes, and Mitchell Scholarship Finalists, 24 October 2002

Audio Recording for Learfield Communications Radio Spots, 29 October 2002

School of Public Health Faculty Meeting, 30 October 2002

General Alumni Association Gala: "A Celebration of African Americans at UNC: Our History, Our Heritage, Our Future," 1 November 2002

Campus Y Reunion/Kickoff, 2 November 2002

Carolina Living Legends Fall Meeting, 4 November 2002

Robertson Scholars Dinner, 4 November 2002

Master of Public Administration Alumni Conference Banquet, 7 November 2002

Clemson University Board of Governors Tour, 8 November 2002

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Reception, 8 November 2002

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC) "Free Speech and its Implications Post-September 11th" Panel, 11 November 2002

North Carolina American Institutes of Architects Leadership Group Meeting, 14 November 2002

Ackland Art Museum Reception in Honor of the National Advisory Board, 14 November 2002

William Richardson Davie Awards Dinner, 20 November 2002

Operation Christmas Child, 22 November 2002

Kenan-Flagler Business School Staff Meeting, 30 November 2002

North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs Luncheon Meeting, 6 December 2002

Bioinformatics Building Dedication, 9 December 2002

News & Observer Interview, 13 December 2002

University Management Development Program Kickoff, 15 January 2003

General Alumni Association Board Meeting, 18 January 2003

Show of Hands for Peace and Unity, 22 January 2003

Part of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.

Audio Recording for Learfield Communications Radio Spots, 30 January 2003

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Camber of Commerce Annual Meeting, 30 January 2003

UNC Dance Marathon and Silent Auction, 30 January 2003

Breakfast with Dr. Hans Zulliger, 31 January 2003

Regarding Carolina First Campaign.

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 6 February 2003

Regarding tuition.

Congressman David E. Price Visit, 19 February 2003

School of Dentistry Carolina First Campaign Kickoff Dinner, 21 February 2003

Meeting with North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI) President, 27 February 2003

Meeting with Jack Betts of The Charlotte Observer, 27 February 2003

Pitt and Barbara Hyde Honors Program Presentation, 28 February 2003

Brunch with Family of the Late Chalmers Poston, 1 March 2003

To recognize the establishment of the Chalmers W. Poston Distinguished Professorship.

General Richard Myers Visit, 1 March 2003

Morehead Committee Reception and Dinner, 2 March 2003

Donors' Reception Celebrating the Reopening of University Career Services, 5 March 2003

Student Television's show "Feedback Live" Interview, 7 March 2003

Chapel Hill Herald Interview, 7 March 2003

Chancellor's Science Seminar Series, 17 March 2003

Robertson Scholars Finalists Dinner, 23 March 2003

Women's Week Kickoff and Reception, 24 March 2003

North Carolina Press Association Meeting and Awards Ceremony, 3 April 2003

Andre Savine Collection Dinner, 3 April 2003

Service North Carolina Opening Ceremony, 5 April 2003

Murphey Hall Reopening, 10 April 2003

Coker Arboretum Centennial Tree Planting, 11 April 2003

University Presidents and Chancellors Summit on Transforming Research Universities Through Information Technology, 15-16 April 2003

Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award Presentation and Reception, 17 April 2003

University Teaching Awards Banquet, 17 April 2003

Chapel Hill-Carrboro-Orange County "Agenda for the Future" Forum, 22 April 2003

The Daily Tar Heel Interview, 22 April 2003

Chancellor's Awards Ceremony, 22 April 2003

Biomolecular Research Building Dedication, 23 April 2003

Meeting with Peter Grauer, 25 April 2003

Regarding leadership commitment to the UNC London Study Center.

Employee Service Appreciation Banquet, 26 April 2003

Capitol Hill Visits with North Carolina Delegation, 29-30 April 2003

Lunch with Jim and Mary Patton, 2 May 2003

Regarding Ackland Art Museum expansion project.

C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon, 3 May 2003

Teacher Appreciation Dinner, 7 May 2003

Local Mormon youth recognize their teachers.

Southern Journalists' Roundtable, 12 May 2003

School of Education Event Honoring Dean Madeleine Grumet, 13 May 2003

James Watson Reception and Lecture, 14 May 2003

Regarding film premiere of DNA: the Secret of Life at the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center.

Honorary Degree Dinner, 17 May 2003

Farewell Reception for Risa Palm, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 4 June 2003

National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center Site Review Visit, 4-6 June 2003

WUNC-FM Public Radio Celebration on the Outer Banks, 5 June 2003

Legislature Meets Coach Roy Williams, 18 June 2003

Football Coaches Dinner, 20 June 2003

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 26 June 2003

Freshman Camp, 20 August 2003

New Faculty and EPA Nonfaculty Reception, 20 August 2003

Meeting with Editor and Staff of The Daily Tar Heel, 21 August 2003

New Student Convocation 24 August 2003

Fall Fest, 24 August 2003

Music Library Open House, 25 August 2003

Orientation for New Faculty, 25 August 2003

Audio Recording for Learfield Communications Radio Spots, 28 August 2003

Chancellor's Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Management Awards, 5 September 2003

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Visit, 12 September 2003

Higher Education Bond Oversight Committee Visit, 15 September 2003

State Employees' Combined Campaign Kickoff, 15 September 2003

Meetings with Members of North Carolina Delegation, 17 September 2003

Carolina in a Global World Reception, 17 September 2003

Science Complex Groundbreaking Ceremony, 18 September 2003

Carolina Day in Southern Pines, 20 September 2003

Includes Phi Beta Kappa Luncheon.

Honor and Integrity Week Kickoff, 22 September 2003

Star Heels Recognition Program, 22 September 2003

Distinguished Professorship Dinner, 23 September 2003

Public Service Scholars Kickoff, 26 September 2003

Welcome Reception for New Director for Diversity, Education, and Outreach, 30 September 2003

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Distinguished Professors Reception, 2 October 2003

Board of Visitors Meeting, 2-4 October 2003

General Alumni Association Club Leadership Gathering, 3 October 2003

Smith-Richardson Forum, 5-7 October 2003

On University Leadership.

"Graduate Education: Building Public Partnerships" National Forum, 13 October 2003

HonorCarolina Brown Bag Discussion, 15 October 2003

Dedication of the Eddie Smith Center, 17 October 2003

World View Globalization Symposium, 20 October 2003

GlaxoSmithKline Visit, 20 October 2003

Celebration of Excellence, 22 October 2003

"Enhancing Our Quality of Life" Orange County-UNC Partnership Tour, 22 October 2003

Morehead Planetarium and Science Center Jupiter Ball, 15 November 2003

Chancellor's Science Seminar Series, 18 November 2003

Graphic Identity Committee Meeting, 24 November 2003

Progress Energy Site Visit, 24 November 2003

American Studies "The Role of the University in American Life" Class Guest Lecture, 1 December 2003

Employee Forum Retreat, 9 January 2004

Faculty Council, 16 January 2004

General Alumni Association Board Meeting, 17 January 2004

Triangle National Lithography Center Dedication, 20 January 2004

Meeting with Luther Hodges Jr., 26 January 2004

Stewardship meeting.

"Educating for a Diverse America: A Summit and Symposium," 28-30 January 2004

Appreciation Dinner for Jeff Houpt, 7 February 2004

Jeffrey Houpt was stepping down as Dean of the School of Medicine and CEO of the UNC Health Care System.

Frank Porter Graham Student Union Reopening, 10 February 2004

Gladys Coates University History Lecture, 12 February 2004

Marshall Scholarship Reception and Dinner, 16 February 2004

Lunch with General Hugh Shelton, William Friday, and Students, 17 February 2004

Faculty Speaker Series, 23 February 2004

Regarding Carolina First Campaign.

Congressional Meetings in Washington, D.C., 24-25 February 2004

Inside the Minds Interview, 27 February 2004

School of Public Health Advisory Council Meeting, 3 March 2004

Joint Select Committee on Economic Growth and Development Meeting, 4 March 2004

Reading Experiencing Advocating Discussing (READ) Conference, 15 March 2004

Regarding the Qur'an Controversy.

News & Observer Interview, 15 March 2004

Women's Week Kickoff, 22 March 2004

Brown v. Board of Education Symposium, 27 March 2004

Marilyn V. Yarbrough Memorial Service, 3 April 2004

Teaching Fellows Campus Evaluation Visit, 6 April 2004

University Endorsed National Scholarships Reception, 7 April 2004

Includes Luce, Truman, and Rhodes Scholarships.

"Community Responses to Plant Closures: Lessons from North Carolina Textiles" Conference, 8 April 2004

Class of 2004 Faculty Fund Day, 13 April 2004

Chancellor's Awards Ceremony, 13 April 2004

First Science Awards Presentation and Luncheon, 15 April 2004

General Alumni Association Executive Committee Lunch, 16 April 2004

Southern Astrophysical Research (SOAR) Telescope Inaugural Viewing, 16 April 2004

Carolina Coffee on Capitol Hill, 20 April 2004

Physical Sciences Complex Groundbreaking, 21 April 2004

Jordan Institute for Families Gala, 24 April 2004

Chris Connell's Visit for NAFSA: Association of International Educators' Internationalizing the Campus Report, 27-30 April 2004

New Hanover and Brunswick Counties Outreach Visit, 29-30 April 2004

FYI Carolina Online Video Shoot, 4 May 2004

New York Times Interview, 7 May 2004

Regarding Carolina Covenant.

Honorary Degree Dinner, 8 May 2004

Chatham County Outreach Visit, 17 May 2004

Chapel Hill-Carrboro-Orange County "A Sustainable Community" Forum, 19 May 2004

Renee Dobbins Anderson Retirement Party, 20 May 2004

Reception and Dinner Honoring Joe Hewitt, 20 May 2004

Retirement of the University Librarian.

Service Appreciation Banquet, 21 May 2004

Sporting News Radio Network Interview, 21 May 2004

News & Observer Interview, 3 June 2004

Regarding National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) academic reform.

Farewell Reception for Dean Bresciani (Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs) and Steve Jarrell (Interim Vice Chancellor for Information Technology), 8 June 2004

Wake County Outreach Visit, 16 June 2004

Alamance County Outreach Visit, 17 June 2004

Mark Yusko's Farewell Reception, 18 June 2004

Fayetteville, N.C./Fort Bragg Outreach Visit, 23 June 2004

Carteret County Outreach Visit, 24 June 2004

Asheville, N.C., Outreach Visit, 12-13 July 2004

WCHL's "The Special Hour" Interview, 14 July 2004

Research Administration Support Group, 15 July 2004

Raleigh, N.C., Outreach Visit, 23 July 2004

Charlotte, N.C., Outreach Visit, 10 August 2004

Student Affairs Academic Year Kickoff, 12 August 2004

New Hanover County Outreach Visit, 16 August 2004

Chancellor's Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Management Awards Presentation, 17 August 2004

Freshman Camp, 18 August 2004

The Daily Tar Heel Interview, 19 August 2004

Herald-Sun Interview, 19 August 2004

New Faculty Reception, 19 August 2004

Audio Recording for Learfield Communications Radio Spots, 20 August 2004

Sonja Haynes Stone Center Black Cultural Center Grand Opening Celebration, 21 August 2004

New Student Convocation, 22 August 2004

Fall Fest, 22 August 2004

College of Arts and Sciences New Faculty Orientation, 23 August 2004

High Point, N.C., Outreach Visit, 26 August 2004

Carolina Alumni Review Interview, 27 August 2004

Northeastern North Carolina Outreach Visit, 1-2 September 2004

Knapp-Sanders Building Dedication, 9-10 September 2004

Student Video Project, 10 September 2004

Bell Tower Lighting Event, 14 September 2004

Audio Re-recording for Learfield Communications Radio Spots, 15 September 2004

Rocky Mount, N.C., Outreach Visit, 16 September 2004

Parents Association Weekend, 18 September 2004

Meeting with John Hughes, 20 September 2004

Regarding town-gown affairs.

Odum Institute's Eightieth Anniversary Celebration, 20 September 2004

Greensboro, N.C., Outreach Visit, 21 September 2004

Chicago Tribune Interview, 24 September 2004

Regarding Carolina Summer Reading Program.

North Carolina Cancer Hospital Dinner Celebration, 24 September 2004

Citizens for Higher Education, 25 September 2004

Honor and Integrity Week Kickoff, 27 September 2004

The Daily Tar Heel Interview, 28 September 2004

State of the University Address, 29 September 2004

Triad Region Outreach Visit, 30 September 2004

Box 14

Meeting with Jeff Selingo of The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 October 2004

Regarding Carolina Covenant and Outreach Visits.

National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center Site Review Visit, 5 October 2004

Triangle Area Outreach Visit, 6 October 2004

Board of Governors Visit, 7 October 2004

Video Segments for Web Email, 8 October 2004

Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards Breakfast, 12 October 2004

Wellstone Memorial Garden Dedication, 12 October 2004

Fayetteville, N.C., Outreach Visit, 13 October 2004

Carolina Center for Educational Excellence Open House, 20 October 2004

Meeting with The News & Observer's Editor, 22 October 2004

Durham, N.C., Outreach Visit, 28 October 2004

Black Alumni Reunion, 29 October 2004

Proposal to the Progress Energy Foundation, November 2004

College Board Forum, 1 November 2004

Asheville, N.C., Outreach Visit, 3 November 2004

Ackland Art Museum Patrons' Party, 4 November 2004

Inside Carolina, 4-6 November 2004

Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice Statue Dedication, 5 November 2004

Blue & White Interview, 8 November 2004

Planning Accreditation Board Site Visit Team, 7-10 November 2004

Global Education Center Groundbreaking, 12 November 2004

Southern Legislators Annual Executive Seminar, 17 November 2004

Luther Hartwell Hodges Lobby Dedication, 19 November 2004

Barron's Guide to Most Competitive Colleges Interview, 1 December 2004

Football Banquet, 5 December 2004

Carolina Covenant Scholars Reception, 6 December 2004

Public Menorah Lighting for Hanukkah, 7 December 2004

Meeting with Terry Sanford Jr., 13 December 2004

Regarding feasibility of a $10-million naming campaign to honor the public service legacy of Terry Sanford Sr.

Visit with Caswell County Biology Students, 14 December 2004

Chapel Hill News Meet and Greet, 16 December 2004

Rutherfordton, N.C., and Charlotte, N.C., Outreach Visits, 8-9 December 2004

Yanceyville Outreach Visit, 21 December 2004

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Faculty Governance, 2000-2004.

800 items.

Included in this series are files relating to faculty government, including files on committees that report to the Faculty Council. Files on university-wide committees will be found in Series 1.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 15

Faculty Council: General, 2000-2002

Faculty Council: Executive Committee of the Faculty Council, 2000-2004

Officers of the Faculty: Chair of the Faculty, 2000-2001

Officers of the Faculty: Secretary of the Faculty, 2000-2002

Standing Committees: General, 2000-2002

Standing Committees: Buildings and Grounds Committee, 2000-2001

Standing Committees: Faculty Athletics Committee, 2000

Standing Committees: Honorary Degrees and Special Awards Committee: General, 2001-2002

Standing Committees: Honorary Degrees and Special Awards Committee: Thomas Jefferson Award, 2001

Standing Committees: Status of Women Committee, 2001-2002

Standing Committees: University Committee on Copyright, 2000

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Division of Research and Economic Development, 2000-2004.

400 items.

This series includes files related to the university's research activities. In 2003, the title for the vice chancellor for research and graduate studies was changed to vice chancellor for research and economic development to reflect the position's increasing responsibility to promote economic development. At that time, additional university centers and institutes came under the vice chancellor's jurisdiction, including some that were previously in the Division of Academic Affairs and the Division of Health Affairs. Also included in this series are files on administrative offices that supported research activities, such as the Office of Technology Development.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 15

Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development, General, 2000-2003

Carolina Population Center, 2000-2002

Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, 2000-2001

Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 2001

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, 2000-2002

Previously known as the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center.

Institute on Aging, 2000-2001

Office of Research Services, 2001

Office of Technology Development, 2000-2002

Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Scholarly and Artistic Achievement, 2001-2002; 2004

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1200 items.

This series contains files on the academic units and research centers that comprised the Division of Health Affairs during Chancellor Moeser's tenure. Files on the UNC Health Care System, including the University of North Carolina Hospitals, will also be found here. Of particular interest is the file on Genomics.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 16

Health Affairs, General, 2000-2002

Carolina Center for Public Service, 2000-2002

Dentistry, School of: General, 2001-2002

Dentistry, School of: Comprehensive Center for Inflammatory Disorders, 2001

Health Sciences Library, 2000-2002

Medicine, School of: General, 2000-2002

Medicine, School of: Allied Health Sciences, 2001-2002

Medicine, School of: Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), 2001-2002

North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program. See also Horace Williams Airport in Series 5.

Medicine, School of: Biochemistry and Biophysics, Department of, 2002

Medicine, School of: Center for Infectious Diseases, 2002

Medicine, School of: Genomics, 2000-2001

Medicine, School of: Medical Foundation of North Carolina, 2001

Medicine, School of: Norma Berryhill Distinguished Lectureship, 2000-2002

Medicine, School of: UNC Physicians & Associates, 2001

Nursing, School of, 2000-2002

Pharmacy, School of, 2000-2002

Public Health, School of: General, 2000-2002

Public Health, School of: Biostatistics, Department of, 2001

UNC Health Care System: General, 2000-2002

UNC Health Care System: University of North Carolina Hospitals, 2001-2002

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1100 items.

Files in this series pertain to offices in the Division of Student Affairs during Chancellor Moeser's tenure and to their functions, which involved the provision of extracurricular services and programs to the students of the university. Also included here are files on various student organizations, including Student Government. The bulk of the files date from 2000 to 2002. Of particular interest is the file on the Carolina Summer Reading Program, which includes information on the Qur'an controversy.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 17

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, General, 2000-2002

Campus Ministries, 2001-2002

Campus Y, 2001-2002

Carolina Summer Reading Program, 2000; 2002

Includes Qur'an controversy.

Carolina Union, 2000; 2002

Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Student Activities and Leadership, 2001-2002

Housing (see University Housing, Department of, below)

International Center, 2000-2002

Office of Greek Affairs, 2001-2002

Digital Folder DF-40228/2

Office of New Student and Carolina Parent Programs: "How to Become a Tar Heel 101," 2001

Migrated from DCD-40028/2.

Box 17

Student Health Service, 2002

Student Organizations and Activities: General, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: APPLES Service-Learning Program, 2000-2001

Student Organizations and Activities: Association of Graduate English Students, 2001

Student Organizations and Activities: Black Student Movement, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Carolina Indian Circle, 2001-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Carolina Review, 2000

Student Organizations and Activities: The Daily Tar Heel, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, 2001-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Fraternities and Sororities, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Graduate and Professional Student Federation, 2000; 2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Great Decisions, 2000-2001

Student Organizations and Activities: Order of the Golden Fleece, 2001-2003

Student Organizations and Activities: Phi Beta Kappa, 2000-2001

Student Organizations and Activities: Senior Class Officers, 2001-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Student Government: General, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Student Government: Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, 2000-2001

Student Organizations and Activities: Student Government: Student Judicial System: Honor Court, 2000-2002

Student Organizations and Activities: Students Seeking Historical Truth, 2000

Student Organizations and Activities: Yackety Yack, 2001-2002

University Career Services, 2002

University Housing, Department of, 2001-2002

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100 items.

This series includes the chancellor's correspondence with and related to the university's Board of Trustees. Minutes and reports of the board will be found in the Records of the Board of Trustees, a separate records group in the University Archives.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 17

Board of Trustees, General, 2001

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3600 items.

Files in this series pertain to agencies and organizations outside the university with which the university has, or has had, relationships. Many are organizations of which the university is, or was, a member. Many are foundations and corporations from which the university has sought support. Also included here are files on agencies of North Carolina state government and of the federal government. Note, however, that this series does not contain all of the chancellor's records related to outside organizations. Correspondence with an outside organization that pertains to a particular department or program of the university will generally be found with the other files on that department or program.

See also the Additions of December 2008, November 2010, December 2011, and December 2012. Beginning with the Addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions.

Box 18

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 2000-2002

All Kinds of Minds, 2000-2001

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2001

American Council of Learned Societies, 2000-2003

American Council on Education (ACE), 2000-2002

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 2000-2002

Appalachian State University, 2001-2002

Association of Academic Health Centers, 2002

Association of American Universities (AAU), 2000-2003

Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, 2000-2002

Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, 2000-2001

Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation (see Scholarships and Student Aid, Office of, in Series 2)

Campus Compact, 2000-2002

Carrboro, Town of, 2000-2002

Chapel Hill, Town of, 2000-2003

See also Local Objection to Master Plan under Planning in Series 1.

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce, 2000-2002

Charlotte Observer, 2000-2001

Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002

Citizens for Higher Education, 2002

Political action committee supporting the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

College Board, 2001-2002

Commonwealth Fund, 2000; 2002

Community Colleges, General, 2000-2002

Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA), 2000-2002

Council for Higher Education Accreditation, 2001

Box 19

David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 2000-2002

Duke University, 2000-2002

DuPont, 2002-2003

East Carolina University, 2001-2002

Fayetteville Observer, 2001

Ford Foundation, 2000-2002

George Watts Hill Foundation, 2001

GlaxoSmithKline, 2001-2003

Greater Triangle Regional Council, 2000-2002

Habitat for Humanity, 2001-2002

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2002

Statement of support after a terrorist attack that occurred on the campus of Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Henry Luce Foundation, 2000-2002

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2000-2002

IBM, 2000-2003

James S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 2000-2002

Jessie Ball duPont Fund, 2000-2002

John Locke Foundation, 2000

John Motley Morehead Foundation, 2000-2002

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC), 2000-2002

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 2000-2003

National Consortium for Academics and Sports, 2000-2001

National Council for Science and the Environment, 2001-2002

National Humanities Center, 2000-2002

National Institute of Statistical Sciences, 2000-2002

National Science Foundation, 2001-2002

The News & Observer, 2000-2002

New York Times, 2001-2002

North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities (NCACU), 2000-2001

North Carolina Biotechnology Center: General, 2000-2002

North Carolina Biotechnology Center: North Carolina Genomics and Bioinformatics Consortium, 2000-2001

North Carolina Central University, 2000

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI), 2000-2002

North Carolina Community College System, 2000-2001

North Carolina Electronics and Information Technologies Association (NCEITA), 2000

North Carolina Hillel, 2002

North Carolina Press Association, 2001

North Carolina, State of: Attorney General, 2000-2002

North Carolina, State of: Board of Education, 2000-2002

North Carolina, State of: Department of Administration, 2000; 2002

North Carolina, State of: Department of Cultural Resources, 2000-2001

North Carolina, State of: Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 2000; 2002

North Carolina, State of: Department of Health and Human Services, 2001

North Carolina, State of: Department of State Treasurer, 2001-2002

North Carolina, State of: Department of Transportation, 2000-2002

Box 20

North Carolina, State of: General Assembly, 2000-2003

See also Government Relations in Series 6.

North Carolina, State of: North Carolina Awards, 2002

North Carolina, State of: Office of State Budget and Management, 2000-2002

North Carolina, State of: Office of State Personnel, 2000-2001

North Carolina, State of: Office of the Governor, 2000-2002

North Carolina, State of: Office of the State Auditor, 2001-2002

North Carolina, State of: Office of the State Controller, 2001-2002

North Carolina, State of: State Approving Agency, 2000-2002

North Carolina, State of: State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC), 2000-2003

North Carolina State University, 2000-2002

Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 2000-2002

Orange County, N.C., 2002

Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA), 2002

Pew Charitable Trusts, 2000-2003

Red Hat Center, 2000

Research Triangle Foundation, 2002

Research Triangle Institute, 2000-2002

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2000-2002

Rockefeller Foundation, 2000-2002

Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA), 2000-2002

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 2000-2001

Southern Regional Education Board, 2000-2001

Southern University Conference, 2001-2002

Spencer Foundation, 2000-2001

State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC), 2002-2003

Tecnologico de Monterrey, 2001

Also known as Monterrey Tech.

Triangle J Council of Governments, 2002

Triangle United Way, 2000

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. (TUCASI), 2000-2002

United States Government: General, 2001-2002

United States Government: Congress, 2000-2002

United States Government: Department of Education, 2000-2002

Universities Research Association, 2000-2003

University of North Carolina at Asheville, 2000

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2001

University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2001-2002

USA Today, 2001

Wake Forest University, 2001-2002

Watauga Club, 2000-2002

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, 2000-2001

Winston-Salem Journal, 2000; 2002

W.M. Keck Foundation, 2000-2002

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9600 items.

The files in Series 1-12, above, represent the initial accession of Chancellor Moeser's records. With the addition of December 2008, processing staff discontinued the practice of dividing the chancellor's files into twelve series based on their relationship to university functions and/or administrative divisions. The files listed below are arranged as they were received from the chancellor's office, and for the most part, the original file names have been retained. The bulk of these files date from 2002 to 2003. Many of them are continuations of files in Series 1-12.

The arrangement of the files is roughly alphabetical with a "General" file at the beginning of each alphabetical section. The General files contain miscellaneous invitations, thank-you notes, best wishes, and letters from the general public offering compliments or criticism on a variety of subjects.

Items of particular interest in this addition include correspondence and a press packet on the establishment of the Carolina Covenant, a scholarship program that allowed students to obtain a debt-free education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; files relating to the university's fund raising activities and initiatives; and the controversies surrounding the Carolina Summer Reading Program's choice of Michael Sells's Approaching the Qur'an and Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America.

Box 21

"A" General, 2003-2004

Academic Plan for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2003

Other Universities' Academic Plans, 2000; 2002-2003

Ackland Art Museum, 2003

Ackland Art Museum Visiting Committee, 2003

Includes material concerning the expansion of the Hanes Art Center.

Admissions: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applications, 2002-2003

This file is RESTRICTED and has been moved to Box 75. Items in the file are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of creation because they contain information on individual applicants that is protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Affirmative Action Decision, 2003

Contains correspondence in response to the University of Michigan case and the United States Supreme Court's decision on considering race in admissions procedures.

All Kinds of Minds, 2002

Alumni, 2002-2003

American Council on Education, 2003

American Council of Learned Societies, 2003

Anthropology, Department of, 2002-2003

Appalachian State University, 2003

Contains correspondence in response to the retirement of Chancellor Frank Borkowski of Appalachian State University.

Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), 2003

North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program.

Art, Department of, 2003

Arts Carolina, 2003

Contains material relating to the discontinuation of Arts Carolina.

Arts and Sciences, College of, 2004

Asset Accounting, 2003-2004

Association of American Universities, 2002-2003

Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities, undated; 2003

"B" General, 2002-2003

Baccalaureate, 2003

An interfaith celebration held each year as part of the spring Commencement exercises.

Bell Award, 2003

Ida Howell Friday was the recipient of the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award in 2003.

Biology, Department of, 2003

Black Cultural Center, 2003

Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.

Black Faculty/Staff Caucus, 2000

Black Student Movement, 2003

Board of Visitors, 2003

Botanical Gardens, 2003

Regarding the North Carolina Botanical Garden; also contains material relating to Coker Arboretum.

Budget/Budget Committee, 2002-2004

Buildings and Grounds, 2002; 2004

Buildings and Grounds Committee of the Faculty Council; includes materials related to the planning of Memorial Grove.

"C" General, 2003

Campus Compact, 2002-2003

North Carolina Campus Compact.

Campus Public Art Program, 2002-2003

Campus Services, 2002-2003

Regarding units under the supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Services.

Campus Y, 2002-2003

Carnegie Foundation, 2003

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Carolina Computing Initiative, 2003

Carolina Covenant, undated; 2003

Contains a press packet dated 1 October 2003 and correspondence praising the establishment of this scholarship program.

Carolina First, undated; 2003

Carolina Living Legends, 2003

Carolina North, 2002-2003

Includes meeting minutes, planning and advisory documents, and correspondence relating to the initial planning for a mixed-use academic and research campus two miles north of the main campus of the university.

Carolina Speakers, 2003

Carolina Union, 2003

Center for European Studies, 2003

Also contains material from the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.

Center for the Study of the American South, 2003; undated

Includes correspondence designating the Love House as the future site for the Center for the Study of the American South.

Chancellor's Annual Reports, 2003

Chancellor's Awards, 2003

Chancellor's Memos, undated; 2001-2003

Includes a message from the chancellor responding to the controversy surrounding former Vice Chancellor and University General Counsel Susan Ehringhaus's compensation agreement.

Box 22

Chancellor's Regrets, 2003

Chapel Hill, Town of, undated; 2003

Contains letters sent to the chancellor by town residents opposing the construction of the Cobb Parking Deck/Chiller Plant on Country Club Road; also documentation of residual petroleum contamination at the Carolina North site/Horace Williams Airport by the Chapel Hill Public Works garage.

Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 2003

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce.

Chapel Hill Newspaper, 2000-2002

The Chapel Hill News.

The Charlotte Observer, 2003

Chemistry, Department of, 2003

College Board, 2003

Spring Commencement, 2001-2003

Mostly documents and correspondence outlining the arrangements made for Bill Cosby, who delivered the Commencement address in May 2003.

Winter Commencement, 2003

Computer Science, Department of, 2003

Computers for the Chancellor's Office, 2002-2003

Conflict of Interest and Communications Policy, Annual Report, 2000-2001; 2003

Continuing Education, Division of, 2003-2004

Includes a report on the development of a part-time adult degree program; also correspondence surrounding the launch of ¡A su salud! a Spanish language program for students and health professionals.

Correspondence with other Universities, 2003

Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, 2003

"D"General, 2003-2004

The Daily Tar Heel, 2001-2003

Includes the chancellor's annual column for the "mail home" edition of the The Daily Tar Heel, mailed to new students each summer.

Davis Library, 2003

Includes documentation of books donated to the University Library by Chancellor Moeser.

Deaths, 2003

Dental School, 2003

School of Dentistry.

Development, 2002-2003

Donor Travel Fellowship, 2003

Travel Fellowship funded by anonymous donor.

Dramatic Art, Department of, 2003

Dreyfus Foundation, 2002

Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation.

Duke Power, 2000-2003

Duke University, 2003

Jessie Ball DuPont Fund, 2003

"E" General, 2003

East Carolina University, 2002-2003

Economics, Department of, 2003

Education, School of, 2003

Includes correspondence regarding the school's National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education reaccreditation in 2003.

Ellison Medical Foundation, 2003

English, Department of, 2003

Enrollment, undated; 2003

Includes correspondence regarding the attempt to raise the out-of-state enrollment cap from 18 percent to 22 percent.

Environmental Health and Safety, 2002-2003

Department of Environment, Health and Safety; includes a memo from the chancellor regarding the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) case of a university employee in June 2003.

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office, 2003

Equal Opportunity Statement, 2003

"F" General, 2002-2003

Faculty Chair, 2002

Secretary of the Faculty, 2003

Federal Priorities, 2000

Box 23

Finance and Administration, 2002-2003

Ford Foundation, 2003

Ken Foster Visit, 2003

Kenneth J. Foster, director of UApresents at the University of Arizona, was an outside consultant hired by the chancellor to report on public arts activity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Friday Center, 2001-2003

William Friday, 2000-2003

Office of the President Emeritus.

"G" General, 2003-2004

O. Max Gardner Award, 2002-2003

General Administration, 2002-2004

Bulk of materials is dated 2003; see also President's Administrative Council, below.

Geological Sciences, Department of, 2002-2003

Germanic Languages, Department of, 2003

Malcolm Gillis Article, 2002

Malcolm Gillis was president of Rice University in Houston, Tex., 1993-2004. Article, which is titled "Making a Life, Making a Living in 21st Century Texas," makes some references to North Carolina public higher education.

GlaxoSmithKline, 2003

Global Education Center, 2003

FedEx Global Education Center; includes planning documents that debate the center's modern architecture and design.

Order of the Golden Fleece, 2004

Government, School of, 2003

Government Relations, 2002-2003

United States Government Relations, undated; 2002-2003

See also United States Government, below.

Graduate and Professional Student Federation, 2003

Graduate School, 2002-2003

Graduate School Hooding Ceremony, 2002-2003

Ceremony was established in 2003 by the chancellor, the Graduate School, and the Graduate and Professional Student Federation.

Greater Triangle Regional Council, 2003

Greek Affairs, 2002-2003

Health Sciences Library, 2003

"H" General, 2003

Heels for Health, 2003

H.E.E.L.S. for Health employee fitness program was eliminated in 2003; its functions were assumed by the Department of Exercise and Sport Science.

Hettleman Award, 2002-2003

Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Award for Scholarly Achievement.

Hillel, 2003

HIPAA, 2003

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

Historic Preservation Office, 2003

Historic Preservation Manager; part of the Facilities Planning and Construction section of the Division of Finance and Administration.

History, Department of, 2003

Box 24

Honor System, 2003

Honors Program, 2003

Housekeeping, 2002-2003

Three items have been removed from this file for reasons of confidentiality and have been placed in Box 76 with other restricted materials from this record group. One item contains allegations of sexual harassment; the others deal with employee grievances. These materials are CLOSED to researchers until 2078.

Housing, 2003

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2003

Human Resources, 2003 undated

Humanities, 2003

Contains material related to the Program in Humanities and Human Values and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities at the university, as well as the National Humanities Center and the North Carolina Humanities Council.

Huron Consulting Group, 2003

Huron Consulting Group conducted an external review of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's business operations in 2003; findings were detailed in a report titled "Enhancing the Ability of North Carolina's Public Research Universities to Contribute to State Economic Development."

"I" General, 2003

ibiblio, 2003

IBM, 2003

Information and Library Science, School of, 2003

Information Technology, 2003

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology, 2003

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Search, 2003-2004

Institutional Research, 2001-2003

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Box 25

Internal Audit, 2003

International Affairs, 2002-2005

International Center, 2003

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, 2002-2003

INTRAH, 2003

International Training in Health Program.

"J" General, 2002-2003

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2003

Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence, 2002

Includes proposal for London Study Center.

Johnston Awards Program, 2003

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of, 2003

"K" General, 2003

Keck Foundation, 2003

Kenan-Flagler Business School, 2003

Kenan-Flagler Business School, Search Committee for Dean, 2002-2003

Kenan Fund, 2003

James Kenan III, 2003

Tom Kenan, 2003

Martin Luther King Jr., 2002-2003

Includes documents involving the annual birthday celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Knight Foundation, 2003

"L" General, 2003

Latin American Studies, Institute of, 2003

Law, School of, 2003

Leisure Studies, 2003

Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies.

Luce Foundation, 2003

Henry Luce Foundation.

"M" General, 2002-2003

Marine Sciences, Institute of, 2003

Massey Awards, 2003

MCNC, 2001-2003

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina.

MCNC Board of Directors, 2000-2003

Medicine, School of, 2002-2003

Mellon Foundation, 2003

Memorial Hall, 2003

John Merck Fund, 2002-2003

Miscellaneous, 2003

James Moeser Personal, 2000-2003

Image P-40228/1

Photograph of Chancellor Moeser with Professor John Bittner and Graduate Teaching Assistant Karl Schmid at a 9 April 2001 teaching awards banquet

Box 25

James Moeser University Personal, 2002-2003

Morehead Foundation, 2002-2003

John Motley Morehead Foundation.

Morehead Planetarium, 2002

Box 26

Morehead Scholars Program, 2003

Music, Department of: General, 2003-2004

Music, Department of: Graduation Ceremony, 2003-2004

"N" General, 2003

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 2003

National Conference on the Presidency, 2003

National Council for Science and Environment, 2002

National Science Foundation, 2003

Native Americans, 2003

The News & Observer, 2003

News Services, 2002-2003

North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 2001

North Carolina Board of Ethics, 2003

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry, 2003

North Carolina Department of Administration, 2003

North Carolina Department of Commerce, 2003

North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, 2003

Includes nominations for the North Carolina Award.

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, 2003

See also SARS, below.

North Carolina Department of Transportation, 2003

North Carolina Legislature, 2002-2003

North Carolina General Assembly.

North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management, 2003

North Carolina Office of the Governor, 2003-2004

North Carolina Office of the State Auditor, 2003

North Carolina State University, 2003

North Carolina Technological Development Authority, 2003

North Caroliniana Society, 2002

Nursing, School of, 2003

Orange County, 2002-2003

Order of the Grail-Valkyries, 2003

"P" General, 2003

Packard Fellowship, 2003-2004

Performing Arts Center, 2003

Pharmacy, School of: General, 2003-2004

Pharmacy, School of: Dean Search, 2003

Phi Beta Kappa, 2002-2003

Philosophy, Department of, 2003

Presidents' Administrative Council, 2003

University of North Carolina System; includes fall 2003 enrollment statistics.

Protocol for University Policies on the Web, 2003

Provost, 2003

Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, Robert Shelton, 2000

Psychology, Department of, 2003

Public Health, School of, 2003

Public Safety, 2003

Public Service and Engagement, Vice Chancellor for, 2002

Purchasing, 2001-2003

Questionnaires, 2003

"R" General, 2003

Image P-40228/2

Photograph of Chancellor Moeser with the Rennick sisters, students at a Charlotte, N.C., high school where Moeser spoke; the sisters entered the university in fall 2003

Box 26

Registrar's Office, 2003

Religious Studies, Department of, 2003

Box 27

Research and Economic Development, Vice Chancellor for, 2002-2004

Research Conferences, 2002

Research Triangle Foundation Committee, 2000-2003

Research Triangle Institute, 2003

Rizzo Center, 2003

Robertson Scholars Program, 2003-2004

Romance Languages, Department of, 2003

ROTC, 2003

Reserve Officers' Training Corps.

"S" General, 2003

Salaries, 2003

SARS, 2003

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome; see also North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, above.

SECC, Chancellor's Office, 2003-2004

State Employees Combined Campaign.

Sir Walter Cabinet, 2001

Sloan Foundation, 2003

Social Work, School of, 2003-2004

Southeastern Universities Research Association, 2003

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 2002

Southern Growth Policies Board, 2000

Southern Governors Association, 2001

State of the University Address, 2003

Student Affairs, Division of, 2000-2003

Student Aid, 2003

Office of Scholarships and Student Aid.

Student Government, 2003

Student Health Services, 2003

Summer Reading Program (2002): General, 2002

Summer Reading Program (2002): Summer Reading Comments, 2002

Summer Reading Program (2002): Yacovelli, et al., v. Moeser, et al., 2002

Box 28

Summer Reading Program (2003): General, 2003

Summer School, 2002-2003

"T" General, 2003

Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2003

Teaching Awards, 2003

Office of Technology Development, 2003

Telecommunications Office, 2002-2003

Thomas Jefferson Award, 2001-2003

Transportation and Parking, 2003

Travel, 2003

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies Incorporated, 2003

Tuition and Fees, 2003

"U" General, 2003

United States Department of Education, 2003

United States Government, 2003

See also Federal Priorities and Government Relations, above.

Image P-40228/3

Photograph of Congressman Mike McIntyre dressed in a UNC-Chapel Hill baseball uniform

Box 28

Universities Research Association, 2003-2004

University Advancement, 2003

See also Development, above, and University Relations, below.

University Center for International Studies, 2003

University Counsel, 2002-2003

University Day, 2002-2003

University Graduate Council, 2001-2002

University Libraries, 2003

See also Davis Library, above.

University Management Company, 2002

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation, 2003

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation Investment Fund, 2002

Includes the campus Investment Office; see also University Management Company.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2003

University of North Carolina Health Care System, 2001; 2003

University of North Carolina Press Board of Governors, 2003

University Relations, 2003-2004

Deals with units under the supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Relations.

University Woman's Club, 2003

U.S. News and World Report, 2001-2002

V General, 2003

Vilcom, 2001-2003

Previously Village Companies.

"W" General, 2003

Watauga Club, 2003

Whitehead Foundation, 2003

Horace Williams Airport, 2003

Horace Williams Property, 2001-2003

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 2002-2003

Thomas Wolfe Society, 2002-2003

Carolina Women's Center, 2003

WUNC-FM, 2003

WUNC-TV, 2003

"X-Y-Z" General, 2003

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About 24000 items.

The Addition of November 2010 consists of two subseries: general files and files related to the university's Board of Trustees. Items of particular interest include correspondence concerning increases in out-of-state tuition; files relating to the university's fund raising activities and initiatives; correspondence and documents relating to the administration, with Duke University, of the Robertson Scholars Program; the university's public service mission in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, including the enrollment of several students from colleges and universities affected by the hurricane; and the university's growing emphasis on the performing arts. Also of interest is the file on "Remembering Reconstruction," the 1-2 October 2004 campus symposium on the university during Reconstruction and the role of Cornelia Phillips Spencer.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of November 2010: General Files, 2000-2007.

About 18000 items.

The arrangement of the files is roughly alphabetical with a "General" file at the beginning of each alphabetical section. The General files contain miscellaneous invitations, thank-you notes, best wishes, and letters from the general public offering compliments or criticism on a variety of subjects.

Items of particular interest include correspondence concerning increases in out-of-state tuition; files relating to the university's fund raising activities and initiatives; correspondence and documents relating to the administration, with Duke University, of the Robertson Scholars Program; the university's public service mission in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, including the enrollment of several students from colleges and universities affected by the hurricane; and the university's growing emphasis on the performing arts. Also of interest is the file on "Remembering Reconstruction," the 1-2 October 2004 campus symposium on the university during Reconstruction and the role of Cornelia Phillips Spencer.

Box 29

"A" General, 2004-2005

Ackland Art Museum, 2004-2005

Admissions: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applications, 2003-2005

This file is RESTRICTED and has been moved to Box 75. Items in the file are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of creation because they contain information on individual applicants that is protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Admissions, General, 2003-2005

Correspondence and other materials related to admissions policy and operations of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Advisory Group for Awards for Women, 7 December 2004

Affordable Housing, 26 March 2004

African and Afro-American Studies, Department of, 2002-2004

Alumni, 2004-2005

Includes materials related to the General Alumni Association.

Image P-40228/4-5

P-40228/4

P-40228/5

Two group photographs taken by Hugh Morton at the 2004 and 2005 gatherings of past GAA chairs and presidents

Box 29

American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 2002; 2004

American Council on Education (ACE), 2003-2005

American Council on Learned Societies, 2004-2005

Appalachian State University, 2005

Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), 2003-2005

North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program.

Image P-40228/6

2005 group photograph of ten of the UNC System chancellors taken at Broyhill Inn in Boone, N.C., while the Board of Governors was meeting in closed session

Box 29

Arts, Executive Director of the, 2004-2005

Materials related to the creation of the Executive Director of the Arts position and the search for the first director.

Arts and Sciences, College of, 2003-2005

Contains correspondence and other materials related to the proposed Studies in Western Cultures Program funded by the John William Pope Foundation.

Arts Common, 2001-2006

Contains materials related to the proposed Arts Common, a campus green space adjoining the music, art, and communications studies buildings.

Asset Accounting, 2004-2005

Association of American Universities (AAU), 2004-2005

Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, 2003-2005

Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), 2004

Athletics, 2004

Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation, 2002-2005

Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarships.

Box 30

"B" General, 2004-2005

Bell Award, 2004

See also Remembering Reconstruction, below, and in Series 1.

Berryhill Lecture, 2003-2005

Biology, Department of, 2004-2005

Black Cultural Center, 2004

Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.

Board of Visitors, 2004-2005

Botanical Garden, 2004

North Carolina Botanical Garden.

Budget, 2005

Buildings and Grounds Committee, 2002; 2004-2005; 2007

A standing committee of the Faculty Council.

"C" General, 2004-2005

Campus Compact, 2004-2005

Box 74

Campus Master Plan, 2000-2001

Acquisitions Information: RT 20181212.6.

Box 30

Campus Master Plan, 2005

Campus Services, 2004-2005

Campus Y, 2004-2005

Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2004-2005

Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, 2002-2005

Carolina Center for Public Service, 2002-2005; undated

Carolina Covenant, 2004-2006

Carolina Environmental Program, 2002-2005

Carolina First Campaign, 2000; 2004-2005

Box 31

Carolina Indian Circle, 15 May 2005

Carolina Living Legends, 2004-2005

Carolina North, 2003-2005

Contains materials related to the planning of Carolina North, a proposed living and learning community one mile north of campus.

Carolina Performing Arts Society National Advisory Board, 2005-2006

Materials related to the formation of the Carolina Performing Arts Society National Advisory Board, the advisory body for the Carolina Performing Arts Society.

Carolina Scholars, 2004-2005

Carolina Union, 2004-2005

Cashier's Office, 2004-2005

Center for the Study of the American South, 2004-2005

Chancellor's Awards, 2004-2005

Chancellor's Calendars (see Press Calendars, below)

Chancellor's Memos, 2004-2005

Chancellor's Newsletters, 2000; 2001; 2003

Chancellor's Open House for Students, 19 November 2004

Chancellor's Regrets, 2004-2005

Chancellor's Report, 2004-2005

Chancellor's Retreat, 2005

Chapel Hill, Town of, 2003-2005

Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 2004-2005

Charlotte Observer, 2004-2005

Box 32

Chemistry, Department of, 2004-2005

Classics, Department of, 2004

Clinical Center for the Study of Development and Learning, 2004

College Board, 2003-2005

Commencement, December, 2002; 2004-2005

Commencement, May, 2003-2005

Communication Studies, Department of, 2002-2005

Community Leadership, 2005

Computer Science, Department of, 2004

Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA), 2003-2005

"D" General, undated; 2004-2005

The Daily Tar Heel, 2004-2005

William R. Davie Commemoration, 2004-2005

Materials related to the 250th birthday commemoration of William R. Davie, founder of the University of North Carolina.

Davis Library, 2004-2005

Dean's Council, 2002-2003

Mostly meeting agendas.

Deaths, 2004-2005

Dentistry, School of, 2004-2006

Includes Commission on Dental Accreditation progress report.

Development: General, 2003-2005

Box 33

Development: Gift and Pledges, 2004

Doctoral Hooding, 2005-2006

Dramatic Art, Department of, 2004-2005

Dreyfus Foundation, 2003-2004

Duderstadt, James, 2004

Contains draft of report titled "The UNC Board of Governors: Selection, Powers, and Board's Relationship to the 16 Campus Board of Trustees" prepared by the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research and reviewed by Duderstadt.

Duke University, 2004-2005

Jessie Ball DuPont Fund, 2004-2006

"E" General, 2004-2005

East Carolina University, 2004-2005

Economics, Department of, 25 April 2005

Education, School of, 2004-2005

Educational Foundation, 2004

Elizabeth City State University, 2000; 2003; 2005-2006

Ellison Medical Foundation, 2004-2005

Employee Forum, 2003-2005

English, Department of, 2004-2005

Includes correspondence related to an incident in Professor Elyse Crystall's English class and resulting emails accusing a student of using hate speech during a class discussion.

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office: General, 2004-2005

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office: EEO/ADA Officer, Search for, 2005

"F" General, 2004-2005

Facilities Planning, 2003-2005

Facilities Services, 2003-2006

Faculty Chair, 2004-2005

Faculty Retention Study, 18 August 2004

Faculty Secretary, 2004-2005

Box 34

Federal Relations, 2004-2006

Includes guidelines for drafting congressional funding requests and a report titled "Federal Initiatives, 2006" by Allison Rosenberg, Associate Vice Chancellor and Director, Federal Affairs.

Fifty Group, 2001; 2003-2004

An organization of Research Triangle business leaders.

Finance and Administration, Vice Chancellor for, 2003-2006

Ford Foundation, 2004-2005

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, 2003-2005

"G" General, 2004-2006

General Administration, 2004-June 2005

Of the University of North Carolina System; see also President's Administrative Council, below.

Box 35

General Administration, July 2005-January 2006

Government, School of, 2003-2005

Government Relations, 2004

See also Federal Relations.

Graduate and Professional Student Federation, 2004

Includes the "October Report" of 2004.

Graduate School: General, 2004-2005

Graduate School: Administrative Board, 2004-2005

Graduate School: Doctoral Hooding Ceremony, 2004-2005

Greater Triangle Regional Council, 2004

Greek Affairs, 2004-2005

"H" General, 2004-2005

Hettleman Awards, 2004-2005

Highway Safety Research Center, 2004-2005

History, Department of, 2004-2005

Holiday Card File, 2004

Honors Program, 2004-2005

Contains materials regarding the purchase of Winston House and the development of the European Study Center in London.

Housing and Residential Education, Department of, 2004-2005

Contains materials regarding the renovation of Cobb residence hall and the displacement of students to campus apartments when the renovations were not completed by the start of the fall 2005 semester.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2004-2005

Human Resources, 2004-2005

Humanities, 2004-2005

Contains material related to the Program in Humanities and Human Values at the university, as well as the National Humanities Center and the North Carolina Humanities Council.

Huron Consulting Group, 2004

Huron Consulting Group conducted an external review of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's business operations in 2003; findings were detailed in a report titled "Enhancing the Ability of North Carolina's Public Research Universities to Contribute to State Economic Development."

Hurricane Katrina, 2005

Contains materials related to the university's response to Hurricane Katrina, including the enrollment of students from colleges and universities affected by the hurricane.

"I" General, 2004-2005

IBM, 2004-2005

Information and Library Science, School of: General, 2005

Information and Library Science, School of: Administrative Board, 2004

Information and Library Science, School of: Dean Search, 2004

Box 36

Information Technology, 2004-2005

Inside Carolina, 2005

Special event held for university alumni and friends in the fall of 2005.

Institutional Research, 2004-2005

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Internal Audit, 2004-2005

International Affairs, Associate Provost for, 2003-2004

International Studies, University Center for, 2004-2005

Includes a folder of "Background Information on UNC Activities in Russia for Chancellor James Moeser."

"J" General, 2004-2005

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, 2004; 2007

Jefferson Award, 2004-2005

Thomas Jefferson Award.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2004-2005

Johnston Awards Program, 2004-2005

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of: General, 2004-2006

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of: Dean Search Committee, 2004-2006

"K" General, 2004-2005

Kauffman Foundation, 2003-2005

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; includes materials related to the Kauffman Campuses initiative, a program for entrepreneurship education.

Keck Foundation, 2004-2005

W.M. Keck Foundation.

Kellogg Foundation, 2002; 2004

W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Kenan, Betty, 2003-2004

Kenan, James G., III, 2004-2005

Kenan, Thomas S., III, 2004-2005

Kenan-Flagler Business School: General, 2004-2005

Kenan-Flagler Business School: Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, 2004-2005

Includes Kenan Institute Asia.

Kenan Trust, 2004-2005

William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust.

Keohane Farewell Dinner, 2003-2004

Honoring Duke University President Nannerl O. Keohane on her retirement.

Keohane Professorship, 2 March 2004

Nannerl O. Keohane Distinguished Visiting Professorship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University.

Knight Foundation, 2004

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Kresge Foundation, 2003-2005

Box 37

"L" General, 2004-2005

Latin American Studies, Institute of, 17 November 2005

Law, School of, 2004-2005

Includes correspondence related to the February 2005 appointment of former Senator John Edwards as director of the Institute on Poverty, Work and Opportunity.

LEARN NC, 2004-2005

LGTBQ Issues, 2004-2005

Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual and Queer issues; see also English, Department of, above, and United States Department of Education, below.

Light on the Hill Award, 2002-2004; 2006

Lineberger Cancer Research Center, 2003-2005

Luce Foundation, 2004

Henry Luce Foundation; includes Luce Scholars Program.

"M" General, 2003-2005

Mann Institute, 2005

Alfred E. Mann Institute, also referred to as Al Mann Institute; see also Medicine, School of: General, 2005.

Marshall Scholarships, 2003-2005

Massey Awards, 2004

C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards

Image P-40228/7

Photograph from 4 April 2004 luncheon of former Massey Award winners and members of the Massey family

Box 37

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC), 2004-2005

Medicine, School of: General, 2003-2005

Includes a data compact disc from 2005 of the five-year progress report for the Carolina Center for the Genome Sciences, filed separately under DCD-40228/3.

Image P-40228/8-10

P-40228/8

P-40228/9

P-40228/10

Photographs from the North Carolina Cancer Hospital groundbreaking ceremony

Digital Folder DF-40228/3

Five-year progress report for the Carolina Center for the Genome Sciences, 2005

Migrated from DCD-40228/3.

Box 37

Medicine, School of: Dean Search, 2003-2004

Mellon Foundation, 2004-2005

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Memorial Hall, 2004-2005

Contains materials related to the renovation and grand reopening of Memorial Hall.

Merck Fund, 2003-2005

John Merck Fund.

Minority Affairs, 2003-2005

Miscellaneous, 2004-2005; 2007

Moeser: University Personal, 2004-2005

Box 38

Morehead Foundation, 2003-2004

John Motley Morehead Foundation.

Morehead Planetarium, 2001; 2003-2004

Music, Department of, 2003-2004

"N" General, 2004-2005

National Academies: Forum on Information Technology and Research Universities, 2004-2005

Materials related to a regional forum on information technology and research universities hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

National Association of Presidential Assistants in Higher Education (NAPAHE), 2003-2004

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 2004-2005

National Humanities Center, 2003-2004

National Institute of Statistical Sciences, 2003-2004

National Merit Scholarship Corporation, 2004

National Program for Citizen-Soldier Support, 2004-2005

National Science Foundation, 2003-2004

News & Observer, 2004-2005

Includes copies of emails concerning the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football program sent and received by Chancellor Moeser, Dick Baddour, and Coach John Bunting, furnished in response to a request by the News & Observer.

News Services, 2004-2005

North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 2003-2004

North Carolina Board of Ethics, 2004-2005

North Carolina Central University, 2002-2004

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI), 2004-2005

North Carolina Department of Commerce, 2004-2005

Contains materials regarding the North Carolina Film Office.

North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State, 2004

North Carolina Department of Transportation, 2005

North Carolina High School Athletic Association, 2002; 2004

North Carolina Legislature, 2004-2005

North Carolina General Assembly.

North Carolina Office of the Governor, 2004-2005

North Carolina Office of the State Auditor, 2004-2005

North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management, 2004-2005

North Carolina Office of the State Controller, 2004-2005

North Carolina Office of State Personnel, 2002-2005

Box 39

North Carolina Press Association, 2003-2004

North Carolina School of the Arts, 2000; 2005

North Carolina State University, 2004-2005

North Carolina Symphony, 2004-2005

"O" General, 2003-2005

O. Max Gardner Award, 2003-2005

Ombudsperson, Search for, 2004

Order of the Grail-Valkyries, 2004

"P" General, 2004-2005

Pearson, Andrew, 2004

Andrew Pearson, an alumnus of the university, ran onto the basketball court at the Dean E. Smith Center with an anti-war banner during the 15 February 2003 basketball game; he was charged with disorderly conduct. This file consists mostly of emails to the chancellor asking that the charges be dropped.

Pharmacy, School of, 2004-2005

Phi Beta Kappa, 2004

Physics and Astronomy, Department of, 2005

Playmakers Repertory Company, 2002; 2004

Regarding the Playmakers Ball.

President's Administrative Council, 2004-2005

Press Calendars, 2004-2005

Progressive Faculty Network, 2004

Provost, Office of, 2003-April 2005

Includes materials regarding accreditation, foreign exchanges, departmental program reviews, academic conferences, and memberships in outside organizations.

Box 40

Folder 1663-1664

Folder 1663

Folder 1664

Provost, Office of, May 2005-January 2006

Box 40

Folder 1665

Public Health, School of, 2004-2005

Box 40

Folder 1666

Public Safety, 2004-2005

Box 40

Folder 1667

Questionnaires and Surveys, 2001-2005

Box 40

Folder 1668

"R" General, 2003-2006

Box 40

Folder 1669

Recreation and Leisure Studies, Department of, 2004

Includes materials related to the elimination of the department and the transfer of its curriculum to the Department of Exercise and Sports Science.

Box 40

Folder 1670-1671

Folder 1670

Folder 1671

Registrar's Office, 2003-2005

Box 40

Folder 1672

Religious Studies, Department of, 2004-2005

Box 40

Folder 1673-1674

Folder 1673

Folder 1674

Remembering Reconstruction, 2004

Includes planning documents and other materials related to the 1-2 October 2004 campus symposium on the university during Reconstruction and the role of Cornelia Phillips Spencer. See also box 57 in Addition on December 2011.

Box 40

Folder 1675-1676

Folder 1675

Folder 1676

Renaissance Computing Initiative, 2004-2005

Box 40

Folder 1677-1678

Folder 1677

Folder 1678

Research and Economic Development, Vice Chancellor for, 2001; 2003-2005

Box 40

Folder 1679

Research Triangle Future Cluster Competitiveness Task Force, 2001-2004

Box 40

Folder 1680

Research Triangle Foundation Committee, 2005

Box 40

Folder 1681

Research Triangle Regional Partnerships, 2002-2004

Box 40

Folder 1682

Retired Faculty Association, 2004-2005

Box 40

Folder 1683

Rhodes Scholarship, 2003-2005

Box 40

Folder 1684-1687

Folder 1684

Folder 1685

Folder 1686

Folder 1687

Robertson Scholars Program: General, 2003-2004

Includes the Universities Coordinating Committee.

Box 41

Robertson Scholars Program: General, 2005-2006

Robertson Scholars Program: Board of Directors, 2004-2005

Meeting agendas, minutes, and attachments.

Rockefeller Foundation, 2003-2004

"S" General, 2003-2005

Salaries, 2004-2005

Secretary of the University, 2001-2002

Service Appreciation Banquet, 2004

Social Work, School of, 2004

Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA), 2003-2005

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), 2003-2006

Southern Regional Education Foundation, 2003-2005

State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC), 2004-2006

State of the University Speech, 2004-2005

Student Affairs, Vice Chancellor for: General, 2003-2006

Student Affairs, Vice Chancellor for: Search for, 2003-2004

Box 42

Student Aid, 2004-2005

Office of Scholarships and Student Aid; includes materials about the development of the Carolina Scholars Program.

Student Government, 2004

Student Health Service, 2003-2004

Student Recreation Center Board, 2002-2004

Study Abroad, 2002-2005

Summer Reading Program, 2003-2005

Materials related to the selection process for the Summer Reading Program; includes a list of nominated books.

Summer School, 2004-2005

"T" General, 2004-2005

Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2004-2005

Teaching Awards, 2004-2006

Technology Development, 2004

Telecommunications Office, 2004

Transportation and Parking, 2004-2005

Includes letters from students, faculty and staff about the parking situation on campus and revocation of the free pass for retired faculty.

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies (TUCASI), 2003-2005

Tuition and Fees, 2004-2006

Contains materials regarding protests to increases in out-of-state tuition fees; also includes a study by the Tuition Advisory Task Force.

'U' General, 2004-2005

UNC-TV, 2004

United States Department of Education, 2004

Includes a review conducted in 2004 by the Office for Civil Rights to evaluate the university's compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; the review stemmed from an instructor's email to members of a class on diversity.

United States Government, 2003-2005

Includes correspondence with members of North Carolina's congressional delegation.

University Advancement, 2003-2004

University Career Services, 2004

University Counsel, 2002-2005

University Day, 2003-2005

Contains correspondence between the Chancellor's Office and honorary degree recipients, event programs, and a copy of the chancellor's speech.

Box 43

University Libraries, 2003-2004

See also Wilson Library.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2004-2005

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2003-2004

University of North Carolina Press, Board of Governors, 2004

University of North Carolina Health Care System: General, 2004-2006

University of North Carolina Health Care System: University of North Carolina Hospitals, 2004-2005

Primarily requests for appointment/reappointment and clinical privileges; includes a 2005 report on data compact disc, filed separately under DCD-40228/4.

Digital Folder DF-40228/4

Navigant Report, 2005

Migrated from DCD-40228/4.

Box 43

University Relations, 2004-2006

Deals with units under the supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor for University Relations.

Universities Research Association (URA), 2004-2005

Primarily minutes of annual meetings and financial reports.

U.S. News and World Report, 2002-2004

Venture Capital Fund, 2003-2004

Carolina Venture Fund I, L.P.

"W" General, 2005

Wake Forest University, 2003-2006

Watauga Club, 2000; 2004

WCHL 1360, 2005-2006

Includes items related to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-Orange County Forum.

Weather, 2004

Mostly complaints regarding the university's decision to open on 27 January 2004 following an ice storm.

Whitehead Foundation, 2004

Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation.

Horace Williams Airport, 2004

Horace Williams Property, 2004

Wilson Fellowship Foundation, 2004

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.

Wilson Library, 2004

Carolina Women's Center, 2004

WUNC-FM, 2004-2005

"X-Y-Z" General, 2004-2005

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About 6000 items.

This subseries includes the chancellor's correspondence with and related to the university's Board of Trustees. Also included here are the chancellor's files on the committees of the Board of Trustees. Minutes and reports of the board will be found in the Records of the Board of Trustees, a separate records group in the University Archives.

Box 44

General, 2000-2004

Box 45

General, 2005

Image P-40228/11

2005 group photograph of Board of Trustees members

Box 45

Committees: Academic Affairs, 2000-2002

Committees: Audit and Finance, 2000-2002; 2005

Formerly known as the Audit, Business and Finance Committee.

Committees: Buildings and Grounds Committee, 2001-2006

Box 46

Committees: Development Committee, 2000-2002

Committees: Student Affairs Committee, 2000-2002

Committees: University Affairs, 2002-2005

Box 47

Meetings, 2001-2005

Includes materials similar to those in the General files; does not contain official minutes.

Image P-40228/12-13

P-40228/12

P-40228/13

Two 2005 group photographs of Board of Trustees members from the Board of Trustees Dinner of May 2001

Box 48

Retreat, 2004

Self-Study Workshop, 2002

Workshop on Master Plan, 2004

Workshop on Tuition, 2003-2004

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About 16800 items.

The arrangement of the files is roughly alphabetical with a "General" file at the beginning of each alphabetical section. The General files contain miscellaneous invitations, thank-you notes, best wishes, and letters from the general public offering compliments or criticism on a variety of subjects.

This addition consists of general administrative files and files on the university's intercollegiate athletics program. Files include correspondence and other materials related to the administration of the university and its programs. Of particular interest among the general administrative files are those concerning tuition increases; the controversy surrounding the university's decision to terminate the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award; and the administration, with Duke University, of the Robertson Scholars Program. The files on the university's intercollegiate athletics program include materials pertaining to the football, basketball, and women's soccer programs; efforts by the Atlantic Coast Conference to expand by adding three Big East universities to the conference; and the firing of the men's basketball head coach, Matt Doherty.

Files are arranged as they were received from the chancellor's office, and, for the most part, the original file names have been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of December 2011: General Files, 2000-2008.

About 12000 items.

The arrangement of the files is roughly alphabetical with a General file at the beginning of each alphabetical section. The latter chiefly contain miscellaneous invitations, greetings, thank-you notes, best wishes, and letters from the general public offering suggestions, compliments, and criticisms on a variety of subjects.

The bulk of the files date from 2005 to 2006, and many of them are continuations of files from the initial accession and subsequent additions. Files include correspondence and other materials related to the administration of the university and its programs. Of particular interest are those concerning tuition increases; the controversy surrounding the university's decision to terminate the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award; and the administration, with Duke University, of the Robertson Scholars Program. There is also a file related to an investigative report by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) alleging disregard for and abuse of animals used in research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Box 49

Folder 1872

"A" General, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1873

Ackland Art Museum, 2005-2006

Box 49

Admissions: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applications, 2006

This file is RESTRICTED and has been moved to Box 75. Items in the file are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of creation because they contain information on individual applicants that is protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Box 49

Folder 1874

Alumni Association, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1875

American Academy of Arts Sciences, 2006-2007

Box 49

Folder 1876

American Council of Education (ACE), 2006

Box 49

Folder 1877

American Council of Learned Societies, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1878

Aramark, 2005-2006

Materials chiefly relating to issues surrounding the relationship between Aramark, a corporation with which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill contracted to provide food services, and the student organization Student Action with Workers, concerning food service workers' right to organize following the arrest and suspension of an Aramark employee for her outspoken support of unionization.

Box 49

Folder 1879

Arts, Executive Director of the, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1880

Arts and Sciences, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1881

Asset Accounting, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1882

Association of American Universities (AAU), 2006

Box 49

Folder 1883

Association of Governing Boards (AGB), 2005-2006

Box 49

Folder 1884

"B" General, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1885-1886

Folder 1885

Folder 1886

Bell Award, 2004- 2006

Materials relating to the controversy surrounding the decision to terminate the Cornelia Phillips Spencer Bell Award and the university's policy on historical revisionism.

Box 49

Folder 1887

Board of Visitors (BOV), 2005-2006

Box 49

Folder 1888

Bond Legislation, 2004

Box 49

Folder 1889

Botanical Garden, 2006

North Carolina Botanical Garden.

Box 49

Folder 1890

Bowles, Erskine, President-elect, 2005-2006

Materials relating to the new President-elect of the University of North Carolina System, Erskine Bowles.

Box 49

Folder 1891

BRIDGES, 2004-2005

BRIDGES is a leadership development program for women faculty and senior administrative staff.

Box 49

Folder 1892

Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation, 2005-2006

Materials relating to the scholarships given by the Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation.

Box 49

Folder 1893

Budget, 2006-2008

Box 49

Folder 1894-1895

Folder 1894

Folder 1895

Buildings and Grounds Committee, 2004-2005

Box 49

Folder 1896

"C" General, 2005-2006

Box 49

Folder 1897

Campus Compact, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1898

Campus Master Plan, 2006-2007

Box 49

Folder 1899

Campus Services, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1900

Campus Y, 2006-2007

Box 49

Folder 1901

Carnegie Foundation, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1902

Carolina Center for Public Service, 2006-2007

Box 49

Folder 1903

Carolina Covenant, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1904

Carolina Dining Services, 2005

Box 49

Folder 1905

Carolina Environmental Program, 2006

Includes two CD copies of the proceedings of a symposium held 16-17 March 2006 entitled, Safe Drinking Water: Where Science Meets Policy; items have been removed and filed separately under DCD-40228/5.

Digital Folder DF-40228/5

Safe Drinking Water: Where Science Meets Policy, 16-17 March 2006

Migrated from DCD-40228/5.

Box 49

Folder 1906

Carolina Living Legends, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1907

Carolina North, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1908

Carolina Performing Arts, 2006

Includes materials relating to the honoring of the North Carolina Symphony and James Taylor by Carolina Performing Arts.

Box 49

Folder 1909

Carolina Scholars, 2006

Box 49

Folder 1910

Town of Carrboro, 2005-2006

Box 49

Folder 1911

Center for the Study of the American South, 2006

Includes items relating to the renovation of the Love House and construction of Hutchins Forum. Also includes a typed transcription of interviews with noted musicologist and composer Charles Seeger, conducted by William Ferris, senior associate director for the center.

Box 50

Chancellor's Awards, 2006

Chancellor's Calendars, 2000-2008

Chancellor's Memos, 2006-2007

Chancellor's Regrets, 2005-2006

Chapel Hill, Town of, 2006

Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 2006

Charlotte Observer, 2006

Chemistry, Department of, 2005-2006

China-United States Conference, 7-14 December, 2006

Chronicle of Higher Education, 2002-2006

College Board, 2006

Commencement, December 2006

Community Leadership Council, 2006

Conference: Madison Inter-City Visit and Leadership, 2006

Materials related to a visit by a group of business, government, civic, and university leaders from Orange County, N.C. to Madison, Wis., 24-26 September 2006. The purpose of the visit was to learn how leaders in Madison were dealing with growth, sustainability, and other community issues.

Controller's Office, 2003-2006

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, 2006

Box 51

"D" General, 2006

The Daily Tar Heel, 2006-2007

Davie Awards, 2005-2007

Award presented annually by the Board of Trustees to selected people who have given outstanding service to the university in a variety of ways over an extended period and who have distinguished themselves in their professional lives.

Davis Library, 2006

Deaths, 2006-2007

Dentistry, School of, 2006

Destiny Bus, 2005-2006

Partnership between Western Carolina University, Appalachian State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to establish a Traveling Science Laboratory Program to encourage students and communities in western North Carolina to invest in science and technology.

Development, 2005- 2006

Duke, 2006

"E" General, 2005-2006

East Carolina University, 2006

Materials related to the proposed establishment of a dental school at East Carolina University.

Education, School of, 2005-2006

Employee Forum, 2006

English, Department of, 2006

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office, 2006

Exercise and Sports Science, Department of, 2006-2007

"F" General, 2006

Facilities Planning, 2006

Faculty Chair, 2006-2007

Federal Relations, 2006-2007

Includes letters from Chancellor James Moeser to various members of Congress seeking their support for passage of legislation, particularly concerning education and research.

Finance and Administration, 2006

Fifty Group, 2006

Materials related to an organization of Research Triangle area business leaders established in 1974.

Ford Foundation, 2006

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), July-August 2004

Materials chiefly related to a lawsuit brought by Alpha Iota Omega, a student religious fraternity, against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for being denied official recognition due to their refusal to sign a non-discrimination statement. Includes various letters addressed to Chancellor James Moeser protesting the university's decision.

Box 52

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), September 2004-January 2006

Materials chiefly relating to a lawsuit brought by Alpha Iota Omega, a student religious fraternity, against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for being denied official recognition due to their refusal to sign a non-discrimination statement. Includes various letters addressed to Chancellor James Moeser protesting the university's decision.

Friday, William, 2004-2006

Chiefly correspondence and other materials between Chancellor James Moeser and former University of North Carolina President William C. Friday, mainly concerning athletic matters.

Fulbright Scholars, 2004; 2006

"G" General, 2005-2006

Oliver Max Gardner Award, 2005-2006

Relating to nominations for the award presented by the Board of Governors to the member of the University of North Carolina System faculty who has made the greatest contribution to the welfare of the human race during the current academic year.

General Administration, August 2000-September 2001

General Administration of the University of North Carolina System.

Box 53

General Administration, October 2001-December 2002; January-May 2006

General Administration of the University of North Carolina System; see also President's Advisory Committee on Efficiency and Effectiveness, below.

Box 54

General Administration, June-December 2006

General Administration of the University of North Carolina System; see also President's Advisory Committee on Efficiency and Effectiveness, below.

Government, School of, 2006

Graduate and Professional Student Federation (GPSF), 2006

Graduate School, 2006

Graduate Hooding Ceremony, 2005-2006

"H" General, 2006-2007

Health Sciences Library, 2005-2006

Hettleman Awards, 2006

History, Department of, 2006

Housekeeping, 2004-2006

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2006

Human Resources, 2006

Hunt Institute, 2006

"I" General, 2006

IBM, 2006

Information and Library Science, School of, 2006

Information Technology, 2005-2006

Institutional Research, 2005-2006

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Internal Audit, 2006

International Affairs, Associate Provost for, 2006

International Studies, University Center for, 2006

Israel Seminar, 2005-2006

Box 55

"J" General, 2006

Thomas Jefferson Award, 2006

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2006

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of, 2005-2007

"K" General, 2005-2006

Kannapolis, 2005-2006

Materials related to the Kannapolis Research Campus revitalization project, particularly the development of the Core Laboratory building.

Image P-40228/14-16

P-40228/14

P-40228/15

P-40228/16

Three group photographs of Chancellor James Moeser, taken during the North Carolina Research Campus announcement on 12 September 2005

Box 55

Kauffman Foundation, 2006

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

Keck Foundation, 2006

W.M. Keck Foundation.

Kenan-Flagler Business School, 2006

Kenan Trust, 2006

William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust.

Kenan Institute, 2006

Thomas S. Kenan, III, 2006

Chiefly correspondence between Thomas S. Kenan and Chancellor James Moeser.

Knight Foundation, 2006

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

"L" General, 2006

Latin American Studies, Institute of, 2006

Law, School of, 2006

Includes materials relating to the Fulfilling the Dream Fund, a project established by the UNC Center for Civil Rights to underwrite a range of efforts supporting opportunities for minorities.

LEARN NC, 2006

Luce Foundation, 2006

The Henry Luce Foundation.

"M" General, 2006

Al Mann Institute, 2006

Alfred E. Mann Institute.

Marine Sciences, Institute of, 2006

Massey Awards, 2005-2006

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC), 2006

Medicine, School of, 2006

Mellon Foundation, 2006

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Memorial Hall, 2006

Merck Fund, 2006

John Merck Fund.

Minority Affairs, 2006

Miscellaneous, 2006

Morehead Foundation, 2005-2006

John Motley Morehead Foundation.

Music, Department of, 2004-2006

"N" General, 2006

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 2005-2006

National Program for Citizen-Soldier Support, 2006

National Humanities Center, 2006-2007

National Math Advisory Panel Meeting, 2006

Box 56

National Science Foundation (NSF), 2006

The News & Observer, 2005; 2007

News Services, 2005-2006

North Carolina Board of Ethics, 2006

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI), 2006

North Carolina Department of Transportation, 2001; 2005-06

North Carolina Legislature, 2005-2006

North Carolina General Assembly.

North Carolina Office of Budget and Management, 2006

North Carolina Office of the Governor, 2006-2007

North Carolina Office of State Auditor, 2006

North Carolina Office of State Controller, 2006

North Carolina Office of State Personnel, 2006

North Carolina School of the Arts, 2005-2006

North Carolina State University, 2006

North Carolina Symphony, 2006

Nursing, School of, 2005-2007

"O" General, 2006

Ombuds Office, 2004-2006

Orange County, 2004-2006

Orgasm Awareness Fest, 2005

Packard Fellowships, 2004-2006

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), 2006

Materials related to an undercover investigative report conducted by PETA alleging disregard and abuse of animals used in research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Pharmacy, School of, 2005-2006

Physics and Astronomy, Department of, 2006

Pit Incident, March 2006

Materials related to the incident in the Pit area of the university campus on 3 March 2006, in which a man drove an SUV through a crowd of people with the intention of killing them.

Politics of Inclusion Conference, 2006-2007

President's Advisory Committee on Efficiency and Effectiveness (PACE), 2006

Materials relating to a committee established by Erskine Bowles, President of the University of North Carolina system, with the goal of examining the administrative operations of the university system, looking for ways to be more efficient and effective.

Press Calendars, 2006

Priorities for 2005 Session, 2005

Materials related to the priority issues by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the 2005 session of the General Assembly.

Box 57

Folder 2112-2114

Folder 2112

Folder 2113

Folder 2114

Provost, Office of, 2005-2006

Box 57

Folder 2115

Psychology, Department of, 2004

Box 57

Folder 2116

Public Health, School of, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2117

Public Policy, Department of, 2004-2005

Mostly concerning the appointment of Hodding Carter III as Professor of Leadership and Public Policy.

Box 57

Folder 2118

Public Safety, 2004; 2006

Box 57

Folder 2119

"Q" General, 2004; 2006

Box 57

Folder 2120

"R" General, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2121

Registrar's Office, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2122

Remembering Reconstruction at Carolina, 2004-2005

See also Box 2 and Box 40 for related files.

Box 57

Folder 2123

Research and Economic Development, Vice Chancellor for, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2124

Research Triangle Foundation, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2125

Retired Faculty Association, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2126

Retiree Letters, 2005-2006

Box 57

Folder 2127

Rhodes Scholarship, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2128

Robertson Scholars Program: Board of Directors, 2006

Materials include minutes, meeting agendas, budget reports, and other items.

Box 57

Folder 2129

"S" General, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2130

Salaries, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2131

John Sanders, 2004-2005

Materials chiefly related to steps the university might take to acknowledge and make amends for its role in slavery.

Box 57

Folder 2132

Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA), 2004-2006

Box 57

Folder 2133

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), 2006

Box 57

Folder 2134

Spencer Foundation, 2005-2006

Box 57

Folder 2135

State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC), 2006

Box 57

Folder 2136

State of the University Address, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2137-2138

Folder 2137

Folder 2138

Student Affairs, Division of, 2005-2006

Box 57

Folder 2139

Student Aid, 2006

Office of Scholarships and Student Aid.

Box 57

Folder 2140

Study Abroad, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2141

Summer Reading Program, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2142

Summer School, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2143

"T" General, 2006

Box 57

Folder 2144

Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2004-2006

Materials related to the annual, week-long bus trip for new faculty that takes them across the state and introduces them to the issues of importance to North Carolinians. Includes a CD from the Golden LEAF Foundation entitled, "Golden LEAF: North Carolina's Partner in Long-Term Economic Development, " item has been removed and filed separately under DCD-40228/6.

Digital Folder DF-40228/6

"Golden LEAF: North Carolina's Partner in Long-Term Economic Development," 16-17 March 2004-2006

Migrated from DCD-40228/6.

Box 57

Folder 2145

Teaching Awards, 2006

Box 58

Transportation and Parking, 2006

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies Incorporated (TUCASI), 2006

Tuition, 2005-2006

Materials chiefly relating to tuition increases approved by the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

United States Department of Education, 2005-2006

United States Government, 2006

University Counsel, 2006-2007

University Day, 2006

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2005-2006

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2005-2006

University of North Carolina Health Care System, 2006

University Relations, 2006

Universities Research Association (URA), 2006

U.S. News and World Report, 2005-2008

"U" General, 2005-2006

"V" General, 2005

"W" General, 2006

Horace Williams Airport, 2005; 2008

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About 4800 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name, then chronological.

The files in this subseries relate to the university's intercollegiate athletics program. Included are materials pertaining to the football, basketball, and women's soccer programs; efforts by the Atlantic Coast Conference to expand by adding three Big East universities to the conference; and the firing of the men's basketball head coach, Matt Doherty.

Box 59

Athletics: Frank Beamer, 2000

Materials relating to efforts to recruit Frank Beamer as football coach for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC): General, 2002-2005

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC): Expansion, 2003

Materials related to efforts by the Atlantic Coast Conference to expand by adding three Big East universities to the conference, including a copy of a complaint filed in a Connecticut state court by five of the Big East schools against the University of Miami, Boston College and the ACC.

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC): Council of Presidents, 2000; 2003-2005

Includes meeting minutes, agendas, and other items relating to various meetings held by the Atlantic Coast Conference Council of Presidents.

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC): Tournament, 2002; 2005-2006

Box 60

Athletics, Department of, General, 2002-2007

Box 61

Basketball, Men's: General 2001-2003; 2005

Basketball, Men's: Head Coach Matt Doherty, 2003

Materials relating to the firing of men's basketball head coach Matt Doherty; chiefly letters from supporters and fans expressing their disapproval.

Basketball, Women's, 2001-2005

Carolina Athletic Leadership Development Program, 2003

Crew Club, 2004

Football, 2002-2005

Football: Continental Tire Bowl, 2004

Golf, Men's, 2005

Golf, Women's, 2004; 2007

Field Hockey, 2000

Box 62

Intercollegiate Athletics Forum, 2003

Materials relating to the second annual Intercollegiate Athletics Forum held in New York on 10-11 December 2003.

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): General, 2002-2005

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Basketball Championship, 2005

Materials relating to the NCAA national championship title won by the men's basketball team on 4 April 2005.

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Certification Program, 2004

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Certification Visit, 2005

Materials relating to the NCAA Certification Peer Review Team visit on 19 May 2005.

Soccer: Women's, 2003; 2005; 2007

Softball, 2000; 2002

Swimming, 2000; 2002-2006

Track, 2001

Volleyball, 2004

Wrestling, 2000-2001; 2003

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14400 items.

The arrangement of the files is roughly alphabetical with a "General" file at the beginning of each alphabetical section. The General files contain miscellaneous invitations, thank-you notes, best wishes, and letters from the general public offering compliments or criticism on a variety of subjects.

This addition consists of general administrative files and chronological files. Files include correspondence and other materials related to the administration of the university and its programs. Of particular interest among the general administrative files are those concerning the university's response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in 2007; the controversy surrounding the Carolina Summer Reading Program's 2002 choice of Michael Sells's Approaching the Qur'an; and the passage of the University of North Carolina Smoke-Free Bill in 2007.

Files are arranged as they were received from the chancellor's office, and, for the most part, the original file names have been retained.

Box 63

"A" General, 2007

Ackland Art Museum, 2007

Admissions: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applications, 2006-2007

This file is RESTRICTED and has been moved to Box 75. Items in the file are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from the date of creation because they contain information on individual applicants that is protected under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Alumni Association, 2007

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2007

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Moeser's election to, 2007

American Association of University Professors, 2007

American Competitiveness Agenda, 2006

American Council on Education, 2007

American Council of Learned Societies, 2007

Anthropology, Department of, 2007-2008

Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), 2006-2007

North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program. Materials relate to AHEC's Medical Air Operations. There is also information on the temporary closure of Horace Williams Airport in the summer of 2006.

Arts and Humanities, Institute for the, 2007

Arts and Sciences, College of the, 2007

Arts, Executive Director for the, Emil Kang, 2007

Asia Trip, Singapore, 29 June-5 July 2005

Asset Accounting, 2007

Association of American Universities, 2007

Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), 2007

Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., 2007

"B" General, 2007

Edgar Billups Foundation, 2002

Edgar Parke Billups Chorister Foundation.

Biology, Department of, 2006

Black Cultural Center, 2004

Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.

Box 64

Board of Visitors, 2007

BRIDGES, 2006-2007

BRIDGES is a leadership development program for women faculty and senior administrative staff.

Briefing files: Order of the Grail-Valkyries Tapping Ceremony, 2007

Briefing files: Zeist Foundation meeting, 11 January 2007

Briefing files: Lieutenant General R. Steven Whitcomb visit, 16 February 2007

Briefing files: Morehead-Cain Reception and Finalists' Dinner, 4 March 2007

Briefing files: RENCI State Open House, 23 March 2007

Briefing files: University Awards for Advancement of Women, 27 March 2007

Briefing files: Phillips Ambassadors Luncheon, 11 April 2007

Briefing files: Teaching Awards Banquet, 11 April 2007

Briefing files: University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Ceremony, Kannapolis, North Carolina, 18 April 2007

Briefing files: 2007 Service Appreciation Banquet, 25 April 2007

Briefing files: Public Service Awards Lunch, 27 April 2007

Briefing files: Massey Awards Luncheon, 28 April 2007

Briefing files: 2007 Student Athlete Reception, 2 May 2007

Briefing files: 2007 Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2 May 2007

Briefing files: University of North Carolina Tomorrow, 24 May 2007

Briefing files: New Student Convocation, 19 August 2007

Briefing files: United States Navy B-1 Band Reunion, 31 August 2007

Briefing files: 9/11 Memorial Garden Reception, 11 September 2007

Garden was the gift of the Class of 2005 in memory of alumni who died in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Briefing files: Spears-Turner Professorship, 14 September 2007

Briefing files: School of Information and Library Science 75th Anniversary and Grand Finale, 17 September 2007

Briefing files: State Employees Combined Campaign Kickoff and Charity Fair, 1 October 2007

Briefing files: Campus Y Dedication Ceremony, 11 October 2007

Briefing files: Campus Sustainability Day 2007, 26 October 2007

Briefing files: Interview with Julia Lewis, WRAL-TV, 7 December 2007

Briefing files: David Beasley, Editor for Atlanta Journal Constitution, 16 January 2008

Briefing files: Senator Dole's visit to Lineberger Cancer Research Center, 18 January 2008

Briefing files: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Banquet, 20 January 2008

Briefing files: Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 29 January 2008

Briefing files: Peking University-University of North Carolina Global Health Forum, 30 January 2008

Briefing files: Interview with Jones Angell, 10 February 2008

Briefing files: 2008 State Employees Combined Campaign Finale Luncheon, 18 February 2008

Briefing files: Research Universities and Civic Engagement Conference, 22 February 2008

Briefing files: Peace Corps Deputy Director visit, 25 February 2008

Briefing files: Adam Linker Interview, Triangle Business Journal, 28 February 2008

Briefing files: Carolina Women's Leadership Council Annual Meeting, 28 February 2008

Briefing files: Morehead-Cain Committee Reception and Finalists' Dinner, 2 March 2008

Briefing files: Zbigniew Brzezinski Introduction, 5 March 2008

Briefing files: Phi Beta Kappa Induction Ceremony, 17 March 2008

Briefing files: Dr. Oliver Smithies Media Event and Reception, 24 March 2008

Briefing files: University Awards for Advancement of Women Presentation, 24 March 2008

Briefing files: Graduate Student Recognition Celebration, 3 April 2008

Briefing files: WUNC-TV Interview with Chancellor Moeser regarding Myron Cohen's O. Max Gardner Award, 9 April 2008

Briefing files: Poker Arboretum New Water Feature Gathering, 10 April 2008

Briefing files: Teaching Awards Banquet, 10 April 2008

Briefing files: Public Service Awards Luncheon, 11 April 2008

Briefing files: Association of American Universities Spring Meeting, 13 April 2008

Briefing files: 2008 Chancellor's Awards Ceremony, 16 April 2008

Briefing files: Early Voting Kickoff with Mayor, 17 April 2008

Briefing files: Spring Board of Visitors Meeting, 18 April 2008

Briefing files: Kenan Institute Spring Trustee Reception/Dinner, 24 April 2008

Briefing files: Reception honoring Peacock Atrium, 24 April 2008

Briefing files: Interview with Jim Heavner, 25 April 2008

Briefing files: Massey Awards Luncheon, 26 April 2008

Briefing files: 2008 Service Appreciation Banquet, 28 April 2008

Briefing files: Higher Education Summit for Global Development, 29-30 April 2008

Briefing files: Interview with Neil Offen and Daniel Goldberg, 1 May 2008

Briefing files: Moeser's campus farewell, 1 May 2008

Briefing files: New homeless shelter announcement, 5 May 2008

Briefing files: Farewell reception for Linda Dykstra, 6 May 2008

Briefing files: North Carolina People Interview with Bill Friday, 7 May 2008

Briefing files: Baccalaureate 2008, 10 May 2008

Briefing files: Honorary Degrees Dinner, 10 May 2008

Briefing files: Hooding Ceremony, 10 May 2008

Briefing files: Music Department Commencement, 11 May 2008

Briefing files: Reception honoring Myron Cohen, 19 May 2008

Briefing files: Naming of Eshelman School of Pharmacy, 21 May 2008

Briefing files: Roy Williams Day Celebration, 28 May 2008

Briefing files: The State of Things, WUNC-FM, 3 June 2008

Briefing files: Dinner to honor member of the Academies, 11 June 2008

Briefing files: Kittner Eye Center Dedication, 12 June 2008

Briefing files: News conference event script/Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 13 June 2008

Briefing files: Oral history interview with James Moeser, 26 June 2008

Box 65

Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation, 2006-2007

Materials relating to the scholarships given by the Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation.

Budget, 2007

"C" General, 2007

Campus Compact, 2007

Campus Construction Tour for the Community, 23 August 2005

Included are a list of attendees, a schedule, and the Chancellor's talking points. Highlights of the tour were the Student Family Housing at Baity Hill, the School of Public Health Michael Hooker Atrium, Memorial Hall, and Rams Head Dining Hall.

Campus Services, 2007

Campus Y, 2007

Carnegie Foundation, 2007

Carolina Covenant, 2007

Carolina First Campaign, 2007

Carolina Living Legends, 2007

Carolina North: Executive Director, 2006-2007

Carolina North, 2007-2008

Carolina Population Center, 2004-2007

Carolina Performing Arts, 2007

Carolina Scholars, 2007

Carolina Today Video, 2004-2005

Congratulatory notes to Chancellor Moeser on the production of the Carolina Today Video.

Carolina Women's Center, 2005-2007

Carrboro, Town of, 2007

Cashier's Office, 2006-2007

Center for Child and Family Health, 2007

Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity, 2006

Center for the Study of the American South, 2007

Chancellor's Annual Report, 2002

Chancellor's Awards, 2007

Chancellor's Memoranda, 2007

Chancellor's Regrets, 2007

Box 66

Chancellor's Residence, 2000-2007

Chancellor's Speeches, 2000-2006

Includes speech notes and drafts as well as campus-wide emails. Topics include the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and their impact on international students; the 2002 summer reading, Approaching the Qur'an; and the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Chancellor's Science Seminar Series, 2001

Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, 2007

Chapel Hill News, 2004-2008

Chapel Hill, Town of, 2007

Includes correspondence with the Partnership for Development and Infrastructure and the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership, mostly about zoning and building.

Charlotte Observer, 2007

Chemistry, Department of: General, 2007

Chemistry, Department of: Joe DeSimone, 2007-2008

Includes materials regarding Professor Joseph DeSimone's appointment to the Nanotechnology Technical Advisory Group to the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and various other research projects.

Chronicle of Higher Education, 2007

Clarion Call, 2000-2004

Coastal Studies Institute, 2006-2007

College Board, 2007

Commencement, Spring: General, 2003-2007

Commencement, Spring: Programs, 2003-2007

Commencement, Winter: General, 2007

Commencement, Winter: Programs, 2007

Commonwealth Fund, 2004

Community Backyard, 2006

Community Leadership Council, 2007

Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA), 2007

Controller's Office, 2007

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, 2007

Correspondence with other universities, 2004-2008

Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), 2005, 2007

Council on Government Relations, 2004

"D" General, 2007

The Daily Tar Heel, 2007

Davie Award, 2000-2003

Box 67

Davie Award, 2004-2005

Deaths, 2007

Dentistry, School of, 2007

Designated Suppliers Program, November 2006

Mostly letters to Chancellor Moeser urging the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to adopt the Designated Suppliers Program. Letters are a standard form email from supporters across the United States. The Designated Suppliers Program was a fair labor practices standard proposed by the Worker Rights Consortium and United Students Against Sweatshops.

Destiny Bus, 2007

Development, 2007

Duke University, 2007

DuPont Fund, 2007

Jessie Ball DuPont Fund.

"E" General, 2007

East Carolina University, 2007

Education, School of, 2007

Employee Forum, 2007

Box 68

English, Department of, 2007

Environment, Health and Safety, Department of, 2004, 2006, 2007

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office, 2007

EPA Non-Faculty Grievance Committee, 2001-2007

"F" General, 2007

Facilities Planning, 2007

Faculty Chair, 2007

Finance and Administration, 2007

Friday, William, 2007

Fulbright Scholars, 2007

"G" General, 2007

Gallup Organization, 2006

O. Max Gardner Award, 2007

General Administration, 2007

Box 69

General Administration, 2007

GlaxoSmithKline, 2003-2007

Global Education Center, 2006-2007

Government, School of, 2007

Graduate and Professional Student Federation, 2007

Graduate School, 2007

"H" General, 2007

Habitat for Humanity, 2004

Hettleman Awards, 2007

Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Award for Scholarly Achievement.

History, Department of, 2007

Honors Program, 2006

Housing, 2007

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2007

Hunt Institute, 2007

James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy.

"I" General, 2007

IBM Corporation, 2007-2008

Information and Library Science, School of, 2007

Information Technology, 2007

Information Technology, Vice Chancellor, 2007

Institute for the Environment, 2007

Formerly known as the Carolina Environmental Program, the Institute was renamed as of 1 December 2006.

Institutional Research, 2007

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Internal Audit, 2007

"J" General, 2007

Thomas Jefferson Award, 2007

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2007

Journalism and Mass Communication, School of, 2007

"K" General, 2007

Kannapolis, N.C., 2005

Includes materials relating to the Kannapolis Development Project of 2005. The project was designed to establish research collaboration centers between different universities, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and to enhance the economic development of Kannapolis, N.C.

University of Kansas, Dedication of Murphy Hall, 12 November 2007

Includes information regarding James and Susan Moeser's trip to the University of Kansas at Kansas City, Mo., for the dedication of Murphy Hall, the music and dramatic arts building, on 12 November 2007.

Kauffman Foundation, 2005, 2007

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

Knight Foundation, 2007

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

"L" General, 2007

Law, School of, 2007

Box 70

Lineberger Cancer Research Center, 2006

Lipman Hearne, 2001

A marketing and communications consulting firm.

Luce Foundation, 2007

Henry Luce Foundation.

Lumina Foundation, 2006

"M" General, 2007

Mail log, 2003-2007

Medical Foundation, 2002, 2004

Medicine, School of, 2007

Mellon Foundation, 2007

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Memorial Grove, 2005

Includes materials related to the dedication of Memorial Grove on 12 October 2005.

Memorial Hall, 2007

Merck Fund, 2007

John Merck Fund.

Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC), 2007

Military Kids Forum at Carolina, 2005

Minority Affairs, 2007

Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. Includes a recording from the 13th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health "Does Racism Make Us Sick?" filed separately under DCD-40228/7.

Digital Folder DF-40228/7

13th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health: "Does Racism Make Us Sick?", 2007

Migrated from DCD-40228/7.

Box 70

Miscellaneous, 2007

Mitchell Scholarships, 2003-2005

Moeser's personal file

Includes materials such as personal correspondence and news articles of interest to Moeser. Includes a letter from Moeser to Erskine Bowles about Moeser's self-assessment report on the university's progress between August 2004 and June 2006.

Moeser's stepping down correspondence, 2007

Letters to Moeser regarding his August 2007 decision to resign as chancellor.

Morehead Building, 2007

Morehead Foundation, 2007

John Motley Morehead Foundation.

"N" General, 2007

Box 71

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 2007

National Citizen Soldier Support, 2007

National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, 2006

National Institute of Statistical Sciences, 2007

National Science Foundation (NSF), 2007

Navigating the Global American South, 2006-2007

News Services, 2007

Mostly news releases from the University and news articles related to the University. Topics include the university as a corporate entity, the Carolina Covenant, the North Carolina Education Lottery, and former Senator John Edwards.

Nobel Prize: Oliver Smithies, 2007

Includes correspondence relating to Professor Oliver Smithies' receipt of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his research on stem cells.

North Carolina Board of Ethics, 2007

North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, 2004

North Carolina Central University, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007

North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI), 2007

North Carolina Community College System, 2006-2007

North Carolina, State of: Department of Administration, 2007

North Carolina Health Careers Access Program, 2006-2007

North Carolina High School Athletic Association, 2006

North Carolina, State of: Legislature, 2007

North Carolina General Assembly.

North Carolina, State of: Office of the Governor, 2007

North Carolina, State of: Office of the State Auditor, 2007-2008

North Carolina, State of: Office of State Budget and Management, 2007-2008

North Carolina, State of: Office of State Personnel, 2007

North Carolina, State of: Office of the Controller, 2007

North Carolina School of the Arts, 2007

North Carolina State University (NCSU), 2007

North Carolina Symphony, 2007

"O" General, 2007

Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 2004

Ombuds Office, 2007

Orange County, 2007

"P" General, 2006-2007

Packard Fellowships, 2007

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), 2007

Includes correspondence relating to research laboratory animal care at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Pew Scholars, 2004-2008

Pharmacy, School of, 2007

Physics and Astronomy, Department of, 2007

Political Science, Department of, 2004

President's Advisory Committee on Efficiency and Effectiveness (PACE), 2007

Commissioned by University of North Carolina System President Erskine Bowles.

Presidents' Climate Commitment, 2006-2007

Includes materials regarding the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment of 2006. The commitment was a pledge to take a leadership role in addressing global warming.

Press calendars, 2007

Provost, 2007

Public Health, School of, 2007

Public Safety, 2007

"R" General, 2007

Box 72

Registrar's Office, 2007

Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), 2007

Research Compliance Officer, 2006-2007

Includes information regarding the search for and hiring of a research compliance officer and director at the Research Compliance Program for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Research and Economic Development, 2001-2007

Research Triangle Foundation, 2006-2007

Retired Faculty Association, 2007

Retiree letters, 2007

Rhodes Scholars, 2007

Romance Languages, Department of, 2005-2007

Royster Fellows, 2004

"S" General, 2007

Salaries, 2007-2008

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), 2000-2007

Science Complex, 2004-2007

Small Business and Technology Development Center, 2000-2006

Smoke-Free Bill, 2007

Includes information about the University of North Carolina Smoke-Free Bill (Senate Bill 862), which was passed by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2007.

Social Work, School of, 2005-2007

Sociology, Department of, 2002-2008

South Building: Indoor air-quality plan, 2 October 2002

Includes plans to improve air-quality in South Building because of the growth of mold on pipe insulation.

Southeastern Universities Research Association, Inc. (SURA), 2007

Southern Astrophysical Research (SOAR) Telescope, 2003-2004

Includes materials relating to the funding and dedication of the SOAR Telescope in Chile in 2003. The SOAR Telescope was a project partially funded by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Spangler Foundation, 2007

C.D. Spangler Foundation, Inc.

State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC), 2004

State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC), 2005-2008

State of the University Address, 2007

Student Aid, 2007

Office of Scholarships and Student Aid.

Study Abroad, 2007

Box 73

Summer Reading Program, 2007

Summer School, 2007

"T" General, 2007

Tar Heel Bus Tour, 2007

Teaching awards, 2007

Transportation and parking, 2007

Triangle J Council of Governments, 2007

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. (TUCASI), 2007

Tuition, 2007

"U" General, 2007

University Business Magazine, 2003-2004

University Counsel, 2007

University Day, 2006-2007

University of North Carolina at Asheville, 2005-2007

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2007

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2007

University of North Carolina Health Care System, 2007

University of North Carolina Hospitals, 2006-2007

University of North Carolina Press Board of Governors, 2005-2007

University of North Carolina Tomorrow Commission, 2007

University Relations, 2007

Upward Bound, 2002, 2006-2007

Universities Research Association, Inc. (URA), 2007

University of South Carolina Board of Trustees site visit, 2007

United States Department of Education, 2007

Includes information regarding eligibility for participation in financial aid and titles of the Higher Education Act. There are also letters from Chancellor Moeser to leaders in education regarding proposed changes to the accreditation of higher education.

United States Government, 2007

Mostly letters to Chancellor Moeser from different members of the United State Congress regarding youth programs, internships, and forums.

Box 74

"V" General, 2007

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) tragedy, April-August 2007

Materials documenting the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's response to the shootings at Virginia Tech on 16 April 2007.

"W" General, 2007

Horace Williams Airport, 2007

Thomas Wolfe Scholarship, 2003-2005

WUNC-FM Radio, 2004-2008

"X, Y, Z" General, 2006-2007

Chronological files, 2007

Digital Folder DF-40228/14

Making Critical Connections: Quality Enhancement Plan documents, April 2006

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2 items.

This addition consists of a recording of Chancellor James Moeser's September 12, 2001 speech to students following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The original recording was created by Geoffrey Baldwin of the Carolina Union. The recording, obtained from an audio cassette, is available in the digital folder as a WAV file and as an mp3 file.

Digital Folder DF-40228/8

Recording of Chancellor James Moeser's speech to students following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 12 September 2001.

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Files from the Office of the Chancellor related to Memorial Hall tablets and benches and policies for memorials on campus. Also includes materials related to a plaque in Morehead Planeterium.

Acquisitions Information: RT 20181018.1.

Box 74

Board of Trustees Resolution of Policy on Standards and Procedures for Placement of Memorials and Markers on Campus, adopted October 16, 1986

Historic Properties, UNC-Chapel Hill

Plaques-Morehead Planetarium

Memorial Hall-Benches

Memorial tablets for deceased faculty members

Memorial Hall Plaques

Memorial Hall tablets

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Contains born-digital records from former Chancellor James Moeser, created in the years following his retirement in 2008. Records documents Moeser’s continued work with the university and include correspondence, reports, and materials from his term as interim director of Carolina Performing Arts.

Acquisitions Information: RT 20220405.1.

Digital Folder DF-40228/12

Correspondence, 2021

Contains a letter written to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Men's Basketball Coach Roy Williams shortly after Williams announced his retiredment in April 2021.

Digital Folder DF-40228/13

Correspondence, speeches, reports, and course materials, 2008-2021

The Artist as Leader: James Moeser interview

Website captured 2 March 2022.

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About 1200 items.

Materials in these boxes are CLOSED to researchers for 75 years from their date of creation.

Box 75

Undergraduate Admissions, Office of: Correspondence Concerning Individual Applicants, 2000-2007

Box 76

Athletics, 2005-2006

American Council on Education, 2004-2005

Arts, Executive Director of the Arts, 2004-2005

Arts and Sciences, College of, 2004-2006

Biology, Department of, 2004

Black Cultural Center, 2004

Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.

Board of Trustees: General, 2000-2004

Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, 2002-2005

Carolina First Campaign, 2004

Carolina Scholars, 2005

Dentistry, School of, 2004

Development Office, 2004-2006

English, Department of, 2005

Employee Forum, 2006

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office, 2004-2006

Equal Opportunity/ADA Office: EEO/ADA Officer, Search for, 2005

Football, 2002-2004

Graduate School, General, 2004

Housekeeping, 2003-2006

Human Resources, 2004-2005

Information and Library Science, School of: Dean Search, 2004

Information Technology, 2004

Kenan-Flagler Business School, 2004-2005

Law, School of, 2004-2005

Marshall Scholarships, 2003-2005

Medicine, School of, 2003-2006

Music, Department of, 2004-2006

Morehead Foundation, 2003-2004

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): General, 2003; 2005

Ombudsperson, Search for, 2004

Pharmacy, School of, 2004-2005

Public Safety, 2004-2005

Religious Studies, Department of, 2004-2005

Robertson Scholars Program: General, 2003-2004

Robertson Scholars Program: Board of Directors, 2004-2005

Student Affairs, Vice Chancellor for: General, 2003-2006

Student Affairs, Vice Chancellor for: Search for, 2003-2004

Student Aid, 2004-2005

University Counsel, 2002-2007

University of North Carolina Health Care System: University of North Carolina Hospitals, 2004-2005

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Processing Information

Processed by: University Archives Staff, November 2007; December 2008; November 2010; December 2011; December 2012.

Encoded by: Amy E. Morgan, November 2007

Finding aid updated for born digital processing by Patrick Cullom, February 2015.

Finding aid updated for addition by Jennifer Coggins and Gergana Abernathy, March 2016.

Finding aid updated for addition by Nancy Kaiser, December 2016.

Finding aid updated for addition, June 2017.

Finding aid updated for addition by Jennifer Coggins and Laura Smith, October 2018 and January 2019.

Finding aid updated by Dawne Howard Lucas, October 2021.

Finding aid updated for addition by Jessica Venlet and Dawne Howard Lucas, May 2022

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