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STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, UNIVERSITY FACULTY SENATE
COLLECTION, 1944-ongoing
(APAP-093)

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Finding Aid Compiled by
Ellen Ronnlund
and
Kenyetta Russell

December 2003



 
 
 
 
 
 

M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives
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VOLUME: 6.0 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by University Faculty Senators from the University at Albany..

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Administrative History

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Series Descriptions

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State University of New York, University Faculty Senate
Administrative History

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Prior to the establishment of the State University of New York (SUNY) as a system in 1948, most campuses had local faculty senates, assemblies, or other organizations. The University Faculty Senate was ultimately created to centralize and govern all of the colleges within the State University of New York system. The University Faculty Senate officially began when the State University Board of Trustees adopted a resolution approving the University Faculty Senate on October 8, 1953. With 26 recognized representatives from colleges in New York, system President William S. Carlson called the first meeting to order on December 15, 1953 at the Dewitt Clinton Hotel in Albany, New York. The University Faculty Senate by-laws state: "The Senate shall be the official agency through which the University Faculty engages in the governance of the University. The Senate shall be concerned with effective educational policies and other professional matters within the University." [1]

The Senate meets twice a year with special meetings as needed. University representatives of a state-operated unit serve a term of three years and can serve consecutive terms. To ensure that concerns and issues are resolved the Senate operates via committees. Some of the committees include the Committee on Undergraduate Education, Committee on Expanding Educational Opportunity, and Committee on Professional Rights and Responsibilities.

As the university grew new programs and policies were implemented in response to societal needs. In the 1960s the University dealt with radicals disrupting classes in order to get their messages out. The wages and integration of the workforce, specifically the construction crews on SUNY campuses, have been an ongoing issue since the 1960s. Affirmative action became such a strong topic for SUNY that by the 1970s Chancellor Earnest L. Boyer received letters charging reverse discrimination.

During his tenure, Chancellor Samuel B. Gould advocated communication between students, faculty, and administrators as a result of the civil unrest on college campuses around the country. In 1968, a conference was held on teacher-learner relationships in undergraduate education. Faculty, administrators, and students were invited to attend the conference. Officially called the Faculty Senate Workshop on "The professor, the student and the learning relationship," the conference took place June 17-18, 1969, at State Quad on the University at Albany campus. The conference stressed communication issues between students and professors. It was resolved that an open and honest line of communication would have to be established to successfully destroy views of professors in a superordinate role while students held subordinate roles. The conference advocated ending the ideal of the student as subordinate in order to prevent young adults from carrying that view of themselves into their communities and employment after college.

This collection includes information on how SUNY spent and invested its money as well as administrative functions. The meeting minutes of February 1985 indicate that the Senate resolved to cease investing in companies doing business in South Africa in order to express their disapproval of the policy of apartheid in South Africa at the time. Other issues considered during meetings included librarians receiving academic rank and privileges, salary issues, and other professional policies.

In 1991, recognizing the needs of a changing society, the Board of Trustees and the Chancellor of SUNY developed a new plan to prepare the students and the university for life in the next century. In order to reach this vision the university would have to utilize five basic principles. The principles were:

The University Faculty Senate continues to provide leadership to the colleges of the State University of New York while providing a forum for representatives to discuss their concerns. Today the University Faculty Senate includes 45 senators as well as student representatives.


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1. The University Faculty Senate, State University of New York, 2001-2003, http://facweb.itec.suny.edu, 17 November 2003.

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State University of New York, University Faculty Senate
Scope & Content Note

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The State University of New York, University Faculty Senate collection is an artificial collection assembled from the records held by University at Albany, SUNY representatives to the University Faculty Senate.

The bulk of the collection is taken from the office of Professor Joseph L. Norton, covering the years 1968-1974, and Dr. Robert B. Morris for the years 1964-1971. Other University at Albany Senators represented include Professors Paul F. Wheeler and J. Ralph Tibbetts. Correspondence will be found in files for individual senators interspersed with other material, such as hand written notations, that was assembled from various folders originally labeled miscellaneous.

This collection documents the activities of the University Faculty Senate and the University at Albany Senators from the first Senate Meeting in 1953 through the 1998 session. Contained in these records are reports; minutes; by-laws; correspondence; published material such as newsletters; directories; overviews and handbooks. The collection documents the growth of the University system through booklets, brochures, master plans, and organizational charts held by the University at Albany Senate Office. Also of note is a draft copy of a 1977 manuscript, possibly by John W. Spencer, entitled "Origins and Development, State University of New York."

During the 1970s the University Faculty Senate became increasingly involved in governance and assumed an important role in the operation of the State University of New York. After the passage of the Taylor Law in 1967, the University Faculty Senate faced many decisions over issues of collective bargaining, and the changing relationships between administrators, professional non-teaching staff and faculty. These areas of interest are reflected in such documents as the Report of the President, Frank circa Erk, at the University Faculty Meeting (February 1970) and in the Report to the Faculty Senate by Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer (1972) as well as the correspondence of the senators. Collective bargaining documents from the office of the President of the University and various committees such as the Executive Committee, Governance Committee, Personnel Committee, and material from the controversy over granting academic status to librarians are all noteworthy.

Covering over four decades, this collection documents an expanding university challenged by social change and innovations in education and the work of faculty, in Senate assembled, to meet those challenges. Academic freedom, race and gender issues, student activism, and the need to develop programs to meet the educational needs of an evolving society are well documented in the meeting minutes, reports, committee material and correspondence of the University Faculty Senate. Of particular interest is the material from the Undergraduate Program Committee which illustrates the creation and development of the University-wide workshop, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Experience," (1969) in which can be seen the process of creating, developing, and producing the workshop as well as analyzing the end results.

Of particular interest in the administrative files is the lawsuit against members of the University Faculty Senate in 1971 during Frank circa Erk's term as president of the University Faculty Senate. In the lawsuit the New York City law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays, & Handler, filed a lawsuit against Frank circa Erk, et al. in order to receive payments believed owed to the firm. The case relates to issues with the Public Employment Relations Board (P.E.R.B.) and whether the Senate was an employee organization qualified to represent employees of SUNY under the Taylor Law. The Taylor law affects the rights of employees of New York State.

The University Archives holds the Joseph Norton Papers (UA-902.006) relating to his career in the school of Education between 1955 and 1981, and his involvement in the gay liberation movement, 1971-1978.


State University of New York, University Faculty Senate
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Series 1: Meetings, 1953-2001, Arranged chronologically, 3.0 cubic ft.

This series consists of minutes, summaries of proceedings, and a subject index. The majority of the series covers Faculty Senate meetings from the first meeting in 1953 through 1998. The meeting minutes contain information on the appointment of University Representatives by President Carlson during the first meeting, the drafting of the original proposed By-laws, and the development of different instructional programs. The minutes include copies of committee reports. The minutes also show the effect that the Taylor Law of 1967 had on the University Faculty Senate.

Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978, Arranged alphabetically and chronologically, .67 cubic ft.

This series consists of reports to the University Faculty Senate, correspondence between University at Albany senators as well as material relating to the Taylor Law and collective bargaining issues. Also located in this series is information on the University Faculty Senate by-laws and the Board of Trustees.

Series 3: Committees and Councils, 1966-1974, Arranged by Committee, 1.33 cubic ft.

This is a large series that covers the activities of the committees and associated councils and conferences relating to their work. Includes reports, guidelines, statements, correspondence, and minutes of meetings and retreats. Also included is a sub-series detailing the Committee on Undergraduate Programs.

Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002, Arranged alphabetically, 1.0 cubic ft.

Included are bound volumes published by the UFS as well as State University of New York publications and miscellaneous background information from other sources.


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Series 1: Meetings, 1953-2001
Sub-series 1: Annual Assemblies, 1965-1968

Box 1
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1. Annual Faculty Assembly, West Point, NY, 1965
2. Annual Faculty Proceedings, Syracuse, NY, 1966
3. Annual Faculty Assembly of SUNY Proceedings, Albany, NY, 1968


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Series 1: Meetings, 1953-2001
Sub-series 2: Regular (Plenary) Meetings, 1953-1998

Box 1
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4. Index of Minutes, December 1953-May 1962
5. Meeting Minutes, 1st Meeting, December 1953
6. Meeting Minutes, 2nd Meeting, Fredonia, NY, 1954
7. Meeting Minutes, 3rd Meeting, Albany, NY, 1954
8. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Albany, NY, January 1955
9. Meeting Minutes, 4th Meeting, Ithaca, NY, May 1955
10. Meeting Minutes, 5th Meeting, Albany, NY, October 1955
11. Meeting Minutes, 6th Meeting, Syracuse, NY, April 1956
12. Meeting Minutes, 7th Meeting, Rochester, NY, October 1956
13. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Albany, NY, January 1957
14. Meeting Minutes, 8th Meeting, Brooklyn, NY, May 1957
15. Meeting Minutes, 9th Meeting, Ithaca, NY, November 1957
16. Meeting Minutes, 10th Meeting, Farmingdale, NY, May 1958
17. Meeting Minutes, 11th Meeting, Albany, NY, November 1958
18. Meeting Minutes, 12th Meeting, Syracuse, NY, May 1959
19. Meeting Minutes, 13th Meeting, Albany, NY, November 1959
20. Meeting Minutes, 14th Meeting, New Paltz, NY, May 1960
21. Meeting Minutes, 15th Meeting, Albany, NY, October 1960
22. Meeting Minutes, 16th Meeting, Oswego, NY, May 1961
23. Meeting Minutes, 17th Meeting, Albany, NY, October 1961
24. Meeting Minutes, 18th Meeting, Binghamton, NY, May 1962
25. Meeting Minutes, 19th Meeting, Albany, NY, November 1962
26. Meeting Minutes, 20th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, May 1963
27. Meeting Minutes, 21st Meeting, Albany, NY, December 1963
28. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY, January 1964
29. Meeting Minutes, 22nd Meeting, Oyster Bay, NY, May 1964
30. Meeting Minutes, 23rd Meeting, Albany, NY, December 1964
31. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY, February 1965
32. Meeting Minutes, 24th Meeting, Cobleskill, NY, April 1965
33. Meeting Minutes, 25th Meeting, Albany, NY, November 1965
34. Meeting Minutes, 26th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY, May 1966
35. Meeting Minutes, 27th Meeting, Brockport, NY, October 1966
36. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY, February 1967
37. Meeting Minutes, 28th Meeting, Cortland, NY, April 1967
38. Meeting Minutes, 29th Meeting, Plattsburg, NY, November 1967
39. Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY, February 1968
40. Meeting Minutes, 30th Meeting, Oneonta, NY, May 1968
41. Meeting Minutes, Oswego, NY, October 1968
42. Meeting Minutes, Albany, NY, February 1969
43. Meeting Minutes, 32nd Meeting, New Paltz, NY, May 1969
44. Meeting Minutes, 33rd Meeting, Binghamton, NY, October 1969
45. Meeting Minutes, special Meeting, Syracuse, NY, January 1970
46. Meeting Minutes, 34th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, February 1970
47. Meeting Minutes, 35th Meeting, Syracuse, NY, May 1970
48. Meeting Minutes, 36th Meeting, Canton, NY, October 1970
49. Meeting Minutes, 37th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, February 1971
50. Meeting Minutes, 38th Meeting, Geneseo, NY, May 1971
51. Meeting Minutes, 39th Meeting, Alfred, NY, October 1971
52. Meeting Minutes, 40th Meeting, Albany, NY, February 1972
53. Meeting Minutes, 41st Meeting, Potsdam, NY, May 1972

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1. Meeting Minutes, 42nd Meeting, Brockport, NY, October 1972
2. Meeting Minutes, 43rd Meeting, Buffalo, NY, February 1973
3. Meeting Minutes, 44th Meeting, Fredonia, NY, April 1973
4. Meeting Minutes, 45th Meeting, Oswego, NY, October 1973
5. Meeting Minutes, 46th Meeting, Syracuse, NY, February 1974
6. Meeting Minutes, 47th Meeting, Purchase, NY, April 1974
7. Summary Minutes, 48th Meeting, Canton, NY, 1974
8. Summary of Proceedings, 49th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY, January 1975
9. Summary of Proceedings, 50th Meeting, Binghamton, NY, April 1975
10. Summary of Proceedings, 51st Meeting, Ithaca, NY, October 1975
11. Summary of Proceedings, 52nd Meeting, Farmingdale, NY, January 1976
12. Summary of Proceedings, 53rd Meeting, Oneonta, NY, April 1976
13. Summary of Proceedings, 54th Meeting, Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY, October 1976
14. Summary of Proceedings, 55th Meeting, Syracuse, NY, February 1977
15. Summary of Proceedings, 56th Meeting, Plattsburg, NY, April 1977
16. Summary of Proceedings, 57th Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY, November 1977
17. Summary of Proceedings, 64th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, February 1980
18. Summary of Proceedings, 65th Meeting, Morrisville, NY, April 1980
19. Summary of Proceedings, 67th Meeting, New Paltz, NY, January 1981
20. Summary of Proceedings, 69th Meeting, Fredonia, NY, October 1981
21. Summary of Proceedings, 70th Meeting, Binghamton, NY, January 1982
22. Summary of Proceedings, 72nd Meeting, Alfred, NY, November 1982
23. Summary of Proceedings, 73rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY, January 1993
24. Summary of Proceedings, 74th Meeting, Oswego, NY, April 1983
25. Summary of Proceedings, 75th Meeting, Geneseo, NY, October 1983
26. Summary of Proceedings, 76th Meeting, Old Westbury, NY, January 1984
27. Summary of Proceedings, 77th Meeting, Canton, NY, April 1984
28. Summary of Proceedings, 78th Meeting, Purchase, NY, October 1984
29. Summary of Proceedings, 79th Meeting, Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY, February 1985
30. Summary of Proceedings, 80th Meeting, Oneonta, NY, April 1985
31. Summary of Proceedings, 81st Meeting, Plattsburg, NY, November 1985
32. Summary of Proceedings, 82nd Meeting, Farmingdale, NY, January 1986
33. Summary of Proceedings, 83rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY, April 1986
34. Summary of Proceedings, 86th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, April 1987
35. Summary of Proceedings, 87th Meeting, Brockport, NY, October 1987

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1. Summary of Proceedings, 88th Meeting, NYC, NY, January 1988
2. Summary of Proceedings, 89th Meeting, Delhi, NY, April 1988
3. Summary of Proceedings, 90th Meeting, Cortland, NY, October 1988
4. Summary of Proceedings, 91st Meeting, Albany, NY, February 1989
5. Summary of Proceedings, 92nd Meeting, Potsdam, NY, April 1989
6. Summary of Proceedings, 93rd Meeting, Utica/Rome, NY, October 1989
7. Summary of Proceedings, 94th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, February 1990
8. Summary of Proceedings, 95th Meeting, Morrisville, NY, April 1990
9. Summary of Proceedings, 96th Meeting, Cobleskill, NY, October 1990
10. Summary of Proceedings, 97th Meeting, New Paltz, NY, January 1991
11. Summary of Proceedings, 98th Meeting, Fredonia, NY, April 1991
12. Summary of Proceedings, 99th Meeting, Alfred, NY, October 1991
13. Summary of Proceedings, 100th Meeting, Binghamton, NY, January 1992
14. Summary of Proceedings, 103rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY, January 1993
15. Summary of Proceedings, 104th Meeting, Oswego, NY, April 1993
16. Summary of Proceedings, 107th Meeting, Canton, NY, April 1994
17. Summary of Proceedings, 114th Meeting, Albany, NY, September 1996
18. Summary of Proceedings, 115th Meeting, Farmingdale, NY, January 1997
19. Summary of Proceedings, 116th Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY, April 1997
20. Summary of Proceedings, 117th Meeting, Buffalo, NY, October 1997
21. Summary of Proceedings, 118th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY, February 1998
22. Summary of Proceedings, 119th Meeting, Brockport, NY, April 1998
23. Summary of Proceedings, 119th Meeting, Brockport, NY, April 1998
24. Planning Meeting, Albany, NY, September 1998
25. Summary of Proceedings, 120th Meeting, Delhi, NY, October 1998
26. Summary of Proceedings, 120th Meeting, Delhi, NY, October 1998
27. Summary of Proceedings, 122nd Meeting, Albany, NY, April 1999
28. Summary of Proceedings, 126th Meeting, Morrisville, NY, October 2000
29. Summary of Proceedings, 127th Meeting, New Paltz, NY, January 2001


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 1: Board of Trustees, 1960-1976

Box 1
Folder

1. General Statements, 1967-1976
2. Members' Rosters, 1974-1976
3. Organizational Charts, SUNY, 1960-1976
4. Organizational Description of Central Staff, SUNY, 1977
5. Policies of Board of Trustees, 1966-1970, undated
6. Summary of Action, 1975


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 2: By-laws, 1953-1974

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7. By-laws, 1954-1958, 1963-1969
8. By-laws and Manual, 1974


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 3: Collective Bargaining Issues, 1968-1970

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9. Collective Bargaining Issues, 1968-1970
10. Collective Bargaining Issues, Governors Negotiating Committee, 1968-1970
11. Collective Bargaining Issues, Survey, University at Albany, 1970


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 4: Correspondence, 1953-1974

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1. Foster Arnold, 1972-1974
2. Morris, Robert, 1968-1971
3. Norton, Joseph, 1966-1968
4. Norton, Joseph L., 1969-1972
5. Office of the President, UFS, 1969-1971
6. Tibbetts, Ralph J., 1966-1969
7. University Faculty Senate Office, 1953
8. University Faculty Senate Office, 1962-1968
9. University Faculty Senate Office, 1969
10. University Faculty Senate Office, 1970-1974
11. Wheeler, Paul, 1968-1970


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 5: Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1944-1977

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12. Contract Colleges and the State University, Background Data, 1944-1949
13. Controversy, Recognition of Assistant Librarians, 1968-1969
14. Senate Elections, 1967-1973
15. Lawsuit, Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays and Handler vs. Frank Erk, et al., 1971-1972

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Folder

1. "Origins and Development, State University of NY", Draft Copy, [Possibly by John Spencer], 1977
2. Public Statements, 1969-1970, undated
3. Responsibilities and Perogatives of Faculty Senators, Draft Statement, undated
4. Rosters, University Faculty Senate Members, 1963-1971
5. Selection of Chancellor, 1970


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 6: Reports to the University Faculty Senate, 1956-1973

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Folder

6. Final Report of the Joint Task Force on General Education, 1998
7. Final Report, Survey of the Campus Budget Process, 2002
8. Report From the President of the University Faculty Senate, Frank circa Erk, 1970
9. Report to the Faculty Senate By Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer, Potsdam, NY, 1972
10. Report to the Faculty of University at Albany, 1956-1973
11. Synopsis, Senate Action and Chancellors Report, 1968-1970


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Series 3: Committees and Councils, 1966-1974

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Folder

1. Admissions Ad Hoc Committee, 1967
2. Advisory Committees 1968-1969, undated
3. Annual Assemblies, University Faculty Senate Committee on Conferences and Assemblies, 1967-1969
4. Budget Committee, 1968-1969, undated
5. Chancellors Panel on University Purposes, Preliminary Reports, 1970
6. Committee Structure, 1966-1974
7. Council on Linguistics, 1973
8. Economic Status of the Faculty Committee, 1966-1970
9. Executive Committee, 1970-1973
10. Executive Committee, Faculty Senate Statement to the Governor's Negotiating Committee on Professional Salaries, 1967
11. Executive Committee, Reports on Meetings, 1967-1969
12. Executive Committee, Reports on Meetings, 1970- 1971
13. Expanding Educational Opportunity, 1968-1970
14. Expanding Educational Opportunity Committee, 1971-1974
15. Expanding Educational Opportunity, Evaluation Questionnaire for Educational Opportunity Programs of SUNY, 1971
16. Expanding Educational Opportunity, University-Wide Conference, 1969
17. Governance Committee, 1968-1971, undated
18. Graduate Program Committee, 1969-1971
19. Grievance Committee, 1969-1972
20. International Studies and World Affairs Committee, 1967-1973
21. International Studies and World Affairs Program, Remarks Given to University Faculty Senate Assembly, 1967
22. Library Resources Committee, 1970-1971
23. Personnel Policies Committee, 1962-1972
24. Personnel Policies, Position Paper on Tenure, Draft, 1972
25. Procedures, Joint Committee Meeting, 1968
26. Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee, 1967-1971
27. Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee, 1972
28. Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee, 1973
29. Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee, 1974, undated
30. Public Relations Council, 1970-1974
31. Research Committee, 1967-1971
32. Research Report of the Actions of the Committee on Biology Relative to the Marine Sciences, SUNY, 1968
33. Research Report of the Subcommittee on Facilities for Fresh Water and Terrestrial Ecology, SUNY, 1968
34. Resolutions, 1969
35. Student Affairs, Committee Reports, 1969-1970
36. University Faculty Programs Committee, 1968-1969
37. University Faculty Programs, Invitational Conference, 1970
38. University Planning Committee, 1967-1968
39. University Planning Committee, 1969-1971
40. Faculty Senate Workshop, Committee on Undergraduate Program, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Relationship," 1969
41. Faculty Senate Workshop, Committee on Undergraduate Program, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Relationship," 1969
42. An American Educator in Paris, By J. Murdoch Dawley, 1969

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1. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, 1968
2. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, 1969
3. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, 1970-1971, undated
4. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Chancellor's Admissions Advisory Panel, 1968
5. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Innovative Programs, 1970-1971
6. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany, 1967-March 1969
7. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany, December 1969
8. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany, February 1970
9. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany, April 1970
10. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Reports, 1968-1971
11. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat, 1968
12. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat, 1969
13. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat Packet, 1969
14. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat, 1970
15. Committee on Undergraduate Programs, "Student-Faculty Ratios in the State University of New York," A Proposed Statement, 1969


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Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002
Sub-series 1: Directories, 1953-2002

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Folder

1. Directory of Business Management Personnel, State University of New York, 1967
2. Local Councils and Boards of Trustees, Additions to Directory, 1965-1966
3. Local Councils and Boards of Trustees, Directory State University of New York, 1969
4. Personnel Directory, Office of Educational Development, 1971-1972
5. State University of New York Directory, 1970
6. State University of New York Directory, 1976-1977
7. State University of New York Directory, 1977-1978
8. State University of New York Directory, Spring 1979
9. State University of New York Directory, 1980-1981
10. State University of New York Directory, 1983
11. State University of New York Directory, 1984
12. State University of New York Directory, Board of Trustees, Campus Presidents, Central Administration, 1980-1981
13. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1953-1954
14. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1954-1955
15. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1955-1956
16. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1956-1957
17. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1957-1958
18. State University of New York Directory of the Faculties, 1960-1961
19. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1969-1970
20. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1970-1971
21. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, circa 1971-1972
22. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1972-1973
23. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1973-1974
24. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1974-1975
25. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1981-1982
26. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 1997-1998
27. State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory, 2001-2002


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Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002
Sub-series 2: Handbooks and Reports, 1953-1998

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28. "Assessment at SUNY: Principles, Process and Case Studies," 1992
29. Budget Handbook, 1988
30. Handbook for Faculty and Staff, 1968
31. Income Fund Reimbursable Program, Overview, 1998
32. Instructions to Senators and Committee Members, 1967-1970
33. Report of Committee on Personnel Policies, 1953
34. Sixty-four Campuses: The State University of New York to 1985, 1985
35. SUNY 2000: A Vision for the New Century, 1991


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Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002
Sub-series 3: Master Plans, 1972-1978

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36. Master Plan of SUNY, 1972
37. Progress Report on 1972 Master Plan, 1974
38. Progress Report on 1976 Master Plan, 1978
39. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1966
40. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1967


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Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002
Sub-series 4: Newsletters, 1964-1978

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41. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1968
42. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1969
43. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1970
44. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1971-1972
45. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1973
46. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1974
47. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1975
48. Faculty Senate Bulletin, 1978
49. Memo, Issue Number 5, February 1969
50. The News of The Week, Volume 1, Numbers 1-27, 1972
51. The News of The Week, Volume 2, Numbers 2-24, 26, 1973
52. The News of The Week, Volume 3, Numbers 1-12, 14, 1973-1974
53. The News of The Week, Volume 4, Numbers 1-2, 4-6, 8-30, 1974-1975
54. The News of The Week, Volume 5, Numbers 1-13, 1975
55. The News Reports, Volume 1, Numbers 1-2, Volume 2, Number 1, 1972-1973
56. The News Quotes, Volume 1, Numbers 1-2, 1972
57. News Clippings, 1964-1978


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