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Record Group 7, Academic Administration

 

Series 1 

Academic Vice Presidents and similar authorities

   File 1        

 

     

Armentrout, Winfield Dockery. 1925?-1955 -- see also RG2 S4 F10 and RG2 S5 F4 for correspondence

   File 2

 

Hillway, Tyrus

   File 3

 

Decker, Donald Gilmore. 1965-1971

   File 4

 

Hause, Jessie Gilbert, 1971

   File 5

 

Lakin, Frank Pierce, 1971-1981

   File 6

 

Barnhart, Alvin E., acting, 1981

   File 7

 

Manning, Charles W., 1981-1982

   File 8

 

Albrecht, Robert, 1982-1987

   File 9

 

Duff, William, (Acting), 4/1-7/31/87

   File 10

 

Walker, James E., 1987-1991

   File 11

 

Skinner, Howard. 1991-1992 Acting

   File 12

 

Elms, Roslyn. 1992-1994

   File 13

 

Hulbert, Stephen. 1994-6/96

   File 14

 

Kovar, Roger. 1996-1998 Acting

   File 15

 

Strathe, Marlene. 1998-2003

   File 16

 

Huang, Allen. 2003-2007

   File 17

 

Harraf, Abe (Provost), 2007-2011

   File 18

 

Wacker, Robbyn (Acting Provost), 2011-

 

 

Series 2

Proposals for degree programs

   File 1

 

1967-1969

   File 2

 

1970-

   File 3

 

Format for submission

 

Series 3

Faculty evaluation

 

see also RG13 S6 Library personnel

 

Series 4

Institutional accreditation

   File 1

 

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)

   File 2

 

National League of Nursing (NLN)

   File 3

 

North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCA)

       3-1

 

 

 

Self study reports

       3-2

 

 

 

Reports of NCA visiting teams

       3-3

 

 

 

Administrative responses to reports

       3-4

 

 

 

NCA publications

       3-5

 

 

 

Clippings

   File 4

 

Colorado Department of Education/State Board of Education

   File 5

 

American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

   File 6

 

American Council on Education, Teacher Education. 1939

 

 

see also LB1840 G744 F553 1942

   File 7

 

Colorado Commission on Higher Education

   File 8

 

American Association of Teachers Colleges

   File 9

 

General Files

   File 10

 

American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). 1952

 

Series 5

Special academic programs

   File 1

 

Florence Program

 

 

see also RG13 S7 F5 for library books sent to Florence

   File 2

 

Travel Study Program

   File 3

 

Summer camps

       3-1

 

 

 

Summer Camps, 2010-

 

 

 

 

see also -- Summer school bulletins (RG3 S1 F4)

   File 4

 

Center for Special and Advanced Programs (CSAP)

   File 5

 

Internships

   File 6

 

Honors Program

       6-1

 

 

 

Report on Honors Program at Colorado State College by Eugene D. Koplitz, Chair, submitted to the faculty January, 1962

       6-2

 

 

 

1957-1969 -- Miscellaneous proposals and reports, and Honors Newsletters vol. 1 nos. 1 & 2, 1968 & 1969

       6-3

 

 

 

1970 to date -- Miscellaneous

       6-4

 

 

 

Honors Program brochures. 1962, 1974, 1985

       6-5

 

 

 

Lists of Honors theses

       6-6

 

 

 

Annual reports

       6-7

 

 

 

Embracing Community Together Program

       6-8

 

 

 

Program Review. 2003

       6-9

 

 

 

Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR)

       6-10

 

 

 

President's Leadership Program

       6-11

 

 

 

Honors Connection. v.1., no. 1, Oct. 2011- . (Honors Program)

   File 7

 

Pakistan Program see also LG115. S438

   File 8

 

National Faculty Exchange/Colorado Faculty Exchange

   File 9

 

Implode/Life of the Mind

   File 10

 

Continuing Education, Non-Traditional & Outreach Education, Colorado Consortium for Independent Study, Division of Statewide Programs, Summer session admin. reports

      10-1

 

 

 

Newsletters

      10-2

 

 

 

Self studies

      10-3

 

 

 

Extension Service

      10-4

 

 

 

Extended Studies, -April/May 2014

      10-5

 

 

 

Extended Campus, April/May 2014-

 

 

 

 

see also RG7 S5 F4: CSAP

 

 

 

 

see also Office of Extended Studies

   File 11

 

Military

      11-1

 

 

 

Army Air Forces Western Technical Training Command--Colorado State College of Education Training Detachment--World War II. 1942-1946

      11-2

 

 

 

Air Force Contract Clerical School -- Colorado State College of Education -- 3464th School Squadron -- Korean War. 1951-1952

 

 

 

 

see also RG8 S4 F1: Turner-Barnhart Files

      11-3

 

 

 

ROTC

 

 

 

 

see also RG2 S5 F2: Ross correspondence "ROTC"

   File 12

 

International Teacher Development Program. 1965

   File 13

 

Manual High School Project. 1970

   File 14

 

Interdisciplinary programs, ICET

   File 15

 

ICU (Instructor Course Unit)

   File 16

 

Cluster Program/Learning Communities

   File 17

 

   File 18

 

Educational Technology Improvement Project. 1995-2000. CCHE funded

   File 19

 

Greeley Plan (Bible study). 1910-1930(?)

   File 20

 

Center for International Education

   File 21

 

School for Custodians, Janitors and Engineers

   File 22

 

Open Road Program. 1940s

   File 23

 

Rocky Mountain Educational Laboratory. 1967

   File 24

 

Phoenix-Distance education (Dave Jelden's Files)

   File 25

 

Center for Urban Education. 1998-

   File 26

 

eCollege.com

   File 27

 

Rural Education

   File 28

 

 

Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL)

      28-1

 

 

 

Scrapbook, Educational TV, 1961-1966

   File 29

 

 

Center for Engaged Research and Civic Action (CERCA), 2009-

   File 30

 

 

Education Innovation Institute (EII), 2009-

   File 31

 

 

Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP)

   File 32

 

 

Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

   File 33

 

 

Community Cooperation Plan

 

 

Series 6

Undergraduate Council, General Education Council

Transferred to: RG5 S4 F12

 

Series 7

Graduate School

   File 1

 

Graduate Council. 1926- ; 1953- (BSMT)

       1-1

 

Members of Graduate Council

       1-2

 

Graduate Council Bylaws

       1-3

 

Newsletters

       1-4

 

 

 

Reports

       1-5

 

 

 

Graduate Faculty Guideline

       1-6

 

 

 

Curriculum Committee

   File 2

 

Graduate faculty (part in BSMT)

   File 3

 

Graduate School history

   File 4

 

Annual Reports. 1966-

   File 5 

 

Graduate School theses manuals

   File 6

 

Guidelines & procedures for graduate degrees

          

 

Graduate Student Handbook

 

 

 

 

The Graduate School Policies and Procedures Manual

 

 

 

 

Handbook of Graduate Education

   File 7

 

Graduate School Newsletter . 1983-

   File 8

 

Admission materials, brochures, applications forms

   File 9

 

Graduate School catalogs/bulletins

   File 10

 

Grants and Contracts Office

   File 11

 

Graduate paper binding list (1951-1975)

   File 12

 

Graduate Admissions records and statistics

 

 

Fall 1965-Winter 1966; Graduate Admission probation Fall 1961-Winter 1967; Departmental recommendations (6 envelopes)

   File 13

 

Graduate School organizations

   File 14

 

Graduate financial aid records

   File 15

 

Honorary degree Files

   File 16

 

Graduate degree programs

   File 17

 

Graduate Dames

   File 18

 

Directors/Deans

   File 19

 

Doctorate in Education at CSC. LB1840 G744 1965 E36

   File 20

 

1982 Comprehensive Program Analysis

   File 21

 

Photographs of doctoral recipients

   File 22

 

Graduate students' Files (1927-1950)

      22-1

 

Lists of names of graduate degree recipients

 

 

see also RG7 S5 F4: CSAP

   File 23

 

Sources of Support for Research and Scholarship at UNC

   File 24

 

Graduate faculty, student research symposium

   File 25

 

Sponsored Programs and Academic Research Center (formerly UNC Research Corp.)

   File 25-1

 

Search & Research. Oct. 1999 (vol. 9, no. 1) - . (Sponsored Programs & Academic Research Center).

   File 25-2

 

 

 

Institutional Review Board

   File 26

 

Graduate assistants

   File 27

 

 

Photographs

   File 28

 

 

Dean's Citation for Excellence

   File 29

 

 

Doctoral Placement -- Summer, 1956-Winter, 1980

   File 30

 

 

Office of Research

     

see also RG 11 S32 -- Qualitative Research Seminar Series

 

Series 8

College divisions. 1935-1970

   File 1

 

Course syllabi arranged by year

   File 2

 

Academic program brochures

   File 3

 

Staffing levels/FTE authorizations

   File 4

 

Grade points issued by department

 

Series 9

Schools/Colleges

 

 

In September 2003, President Kay Norton initiated a comprehensive planning process which was named Charting the Future. The impetus came from the previous year’s budget process, in which UNC saw a decrease of 25 percent in its state appropriation due to a poor state economy. In the planning process, the UNC campus community spent the 2003-04 academic year examining its mix of programs and services. During subsequent months, the campus community participated in the planning process that culminated in an organizational design and recommendations for a new UNC. A fundamental element of the University’s restructuring activity was the replacement of academic departments with schools, many of them larger and more complex than their predecessors; the leadership previously provided by Department Chairs and Assistant Deans were assumed by Directors.

 

 

The Charting the Future Final Report was endorsed by the Board of Trustees at their May 2004 meeting. Activities to implement the new design and other recommendations for change were carried out during the 2004-2005 academic year.

 

 

Current Name* / Former Name
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences / College of Education
College of Humanities and Social Sciences / College of Arts and Sciences
College of Natural and Health Sciences / College of Health and Human Sciences
College of Performing and Visual Arts / College of Performing and Visual Arts
Monfort College of Business / Monfort College of Business
* A "College" at UNC is a group of related academic programs. Academic programs are areas such as psychology, mathematics, nursing and music.

 

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. In 2004-2005 the College of Education began its reorganization into five academic schools: Applied Psychology and Counselor Education, Psychological Sciences, Research, Leadership, and Technology, Special Education, and Teacher Education. All of these units provide academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. At the undergraduate level the College offers degree programs in psychology and special education. The School of Teacher Education works with academic programs in other Colleges to prepare teacher candidates for licensure. Through programs administered at the graduate level, the College prepares the education professionals (e.g., teachers, school psychologists, principals, school counselors), researchers, and academics of the future.

 

College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The College is home to a wide array of academic disciplines organized into six schools: Communication; English Language and Literature; History, Philosophy, and Political Science; Modern Languages and Cultural Studies; Social Sciences; and Sociology and Criminal Justice .

 

The College of Natural and Health Sciences was established on July 1, 2005. The result of a reorganization spurred by the University’s Charting the Future planning process, the College was created through the merger of biological, mathematical, and physical science disciplines formerly in the College of Arts and Sciences with a pre-existing College of Health and Human Sciences. In the former College of Health and Human Sciences, the School of Human Sciences was created from the former Departments of Communication Disorders, Community Health & Nutrition, Criminal Justice, and Human Services. The Schools of Nursing and Sport & Exercise Science were carried over from that College into the new College of Natural and Health Sciences. The Departments of Chemistry, Earth Sciences, and Physics, previously stand-alone units in the College of Arts & Sciences, were merged to form the School of Chemistry, Earth Sciences, & Physics, and the former departments of Biological Sciences and Mathematical Sciences were designated as new Schools. With six schools and approximately 120 full-time faculty members, the College of Natural and Health Sciences constitutes the largest of the University’s academic colleges by both numbers of academic schools and full-time faculty.

 

College of Performing and Visual Arts is comprised of three entities: the School of Music, the School of Visual Arts, and the School of Theatre Arts and Dance. These three programs have long and distinguished histories, beginning with the School of Music's establishment in 1895, and that of Visual Arts in 1899. The Theatre Arts summer program, known as the Little Theatre of the Rockies, began in 1934, though theatre activities existed from the school's founding. These programs were brought together as a college in 1977. The Dance program joined the College in 1992.

 

The Monfort College of Business was established in 1968. In the mid-1980s revised mission and strategy to focus exclusively on "high quality, undergraduate-only business education." Received a $10.5 million commitment from the Monfort Family Foundation in 1999 and officially changed name to the Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business. Grants a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, with emphases in accounting, computer information systems, finance, management, marketing, and general business; also assists in delivering an interdisciplinary degree in nonprofit administration.

 

University College was added in 2009. University College houses the Honors Program, Civic Engagement, Interdisciplinary Studies and Academic Support Services.

 

 

 

 

9AS

College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

9BUS

College of Business Administration/Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business

 

 

9ED

School/College of Education

 

 

9HHS

Health and Human Services

 

 

9HPER

Health Physical Education & Recreation

 

 

9HPLS

Human Performance & Leisure Studies

 

 

9IAHE

Industrial Arts & Home Economics

 

 

9MUSIC

School of Music

 

 

9NURS

School of Nursing

 

 

9PVA

College of Performing & Visual Arts

 

 

9SECD

School of Educational Change & Development

 

 

 

9UC

University College

9AS

College of Arts & Sciences

 

 

9BUS

College of Business Administration (July 1999 College renamed Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business)

 

 

9ED

School/College of Education

 

 

9HHS

Health and Human Services

 

 

9HPER

Health Physical Education & Recreation

 

 

9HPLS

Human Performance & Leisure Studies

 

 

9IAHE

Industrial Arts & Home Economics (BSMT)

 

 

9MUSIC

School of Music

 

 

9NHS

College of Natural and Health Sciences. 2005-

 

 

9NURS

School of Nursing

 

 

9PVA

College of Performing & Visual Arts

 

 

9SECD

School of Educational Change & Development. 1970-1981

 

 

9UC

University College

 

Series 10

Newsletters

   File 1

 

UNC Newsletter. 1985- (Academic Affairs)

   File 2

 

Moved to RG9 S17 F1: UNC Advisor

   File 3

 

Colorado Perspective. 1989- (Continuing Ed.)

   File 4

 

CSPA Newsletter. [1969- ] (College Student Personnel Administration)

   File 5

 

English Department Newsletter . 1977 (English Dept.)

   File 6

 

Poetry Newsletter. 1978. v.1 #2

   File 7 

 

Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Newsletter

   File 8

 

History Newsletter. 1989- (History Dept.)

   File 9

 

A&S Newsletter. (Arts and Sciences)

   File 10

 

Off the Wire. 1985- (Arts and Sciences)

   File 11

 

Faculty Development Newsletter. 1983-

   File 12

 

Marketing Association Newsletter v5. 1996 (COBA)

   File 13

 

 

Bearings (Academic Affairs). Spring/Summer 2008-

 

 

see also "Subject/Topical Index" -- Newsletters

 

Series 11

Board of Academic Appeals

 

Series 12

PRET Reports. 1977-1983

   File 1

 

Committee reports, correspondence, administration

   File 2

 

PRET Reports

 

Series 13

Council Division Chairman, Academic Administration Council, Council Academic Deans Minutes, etc.

   File 1

 

Academic/Administrative calendar of deadlines

   File 2

 

Deans' Secretaries' meetings

   File 3

 

Subcommittee on undergraduate programs

   File 4

 

Subcommittee on Budget

 

Series 14

Faculty contracts (BSMT)

   File 1

 

Change of status and contract forms. 1966-1980

   File 2

 

Faculty contracts. 1966-1973

   File 3

 

CSC obsolete faculty request forms. 1964-1966

   File 4

 

CSC faculty request forms. 1965-1967

   File 5

 

CSC special assignment forms. Summers, 1965-66

 

 

 

 

see also RG8 S2 F3-13: Employment histories 1967-1981

 

Series 15

Faculty travel requests (BSMT)

 

Records for all faculty and administration travel requests have been collected and bound in 10 volumes dating September of 1972-1977. Most requests are submitted for the purpose of attending conventions, workshops, and conferences. These forms include the names of the applicants, their titles, destinations, budget codes, modes of travel, estimated expenditures and purpose or justification of travel together with the share to be paid by the University. Before the final approval and release of funds took place, the request was reviewed and authorized by the faculty member, Dean of the school or college, the Department Chairman, and the Vice President.

   File 1

 

September, 1972-1977

   File 2

 

1966-1973

 

Series 16

Professional Administration Exempt Council (PASC)

 

Series 17

Student Outcomes Assessment

   File 1

 

Annual reports

       1-1

 

 

 

Individual unit self studies

 

 

 

 

Library assessment see RG13 S3: Library self studies

   File 2

 

Newsletters

   File 3

 

Publicity

   File 4

 

Related Files

 

Series 18

Centers of Excellence

   File 1

 

Proposals

 

Series 19

 

Program Review. 1989-

   File 1 

 

1996. Centrality, productivity, efficiency, quality

 

 

 

 

see also RG7 S1 F14: Roger Kovar

 

Series 20

Minority Affairs, Division of

   File 1

 

Newsletter The Beacon v.1- 1

   File 2

 

Historical clippings

   File 3

 

Conferences/Programs

   File 4

 

Asian/Pacific American Student Services

   File 5 

 

Native American Student Services

 

Series 21

Tointon Institute for Educational Change. 1993-

 

Series 22

Clinical services (Hearing, Voice, Psychological, Cancer)

 

Series 23

Academic Technology Services

 

Series 24

Sponsored Programs & Academic Research Center. 1999-

 

Series 25

Stryker Institute for Leadership Development. 2001-

 

 

Series 26

Office of University Assessment

   File 1 

 

Undergraduate Academic Advising Survey. 2003