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Description of the Collection The papers appear to be those of James J. Brophy in his role as Academic Vice President of Illinois Institute of Technology from Feb. 1967-1975, and of Sidney Guralnick in his role of the university's provost from 1975-1982. This is a drop file-type collection of materials from various sources arranged alphabetically. s with 1970s materials. The names James J. Brophy and Sidney Guralnick appear most often. Note that the following materials predate Brophy's appointment as Academic VP and...
Dates: 1940-1978; Majority of material found within 1970-1979
Description of the Collection Various items produced by the Illinois Institute of Technology Office of the Provost and Vice President during the tenure of Darsh Wasan in that position. The collection includes a publication titled "A Report from the Office of the Provost and [Academic] Vice President," 1992-1993, office organizational chart and year-end accomplishments and goals for administrative offices and academic departments, lists of committee members, grant and research activities, patents (1987-1993), and faculty...
Description of the Collection This collection includes reports, surveys, and statistics related to the student body at Illinois Institute of Technology. These materials were probably generated by or presented to the Provost or the Vice President of Academic Affairs/Vice President for Main Campus.Individual items include annual Cooperative Institutional Research Program surveys (conducted by the Office of Student Affairs using the CIRP instrument "to develop a picture of the incoming class") for the incoming...
Description of the Collection Eight binders of memos and correspondence of Sidney A. Guralnick during his tenure as Illinois Institute of Technology's first provost (January 1976-August 1982). In a memo from Guralnick dated 12/6/1979, titled "What Do Deans Really Do?", he himself described his work as consisting mainly of budgetary preparations, campus planning, faculty selection, and optimization of resources. Guralnick's papers show his active involvement in dealing with faculty grievances, including tenure matters,...
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