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Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy,
Formerly the Graduate School of Public Affairs,
Dean's Office

Records, 1946-1989 (UA-680)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:



Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, Formerly the Graduate School of Public Affairs, Dean's Office
Administrative History

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The Graduate School of Public Affairs, called the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy since 2001, originated as the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration in 1947. The end of World War II and a subsequent growth in government created a need for academic training in public administration in Albany. As there was no existing school in Albany to provide training, in the fall of 1946 the State contacted the two New York schools that had existing public administration programs - New York University and Syracuse University - regarding the possibility of offering courses in Albany. As this was agreeable, the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration was established as a joint program of the two schools and began offering courses in September 1947. The state formalized its internship program to coordinate with the Graduate Program in 1947, and added a trainee program in 1950. The state also created a sponsoring committee, to represent the state's interests, and a sub-committee, to create internship policy.[1]

Due to annual deficits, the state began providing financial assistance through the State University of New York (established in 1948) to the Graduate Program in 1950.[2] As early as 1954, recommendations were made to create a graduate program within the State University system, due to the program's limitations.[3] The State University announced its intention to create a Graduate School of Public Affairs on September 23, 1960. The administration of the existing program was gradually transferred, and the establishment of the Graduate School of Public Affairs (hereafter GSPA) within the State University of New York was formally announced on February 23, 1962. The Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration was terminated on June 30, 1962.[4] The program's existing director, Dr. O. B. Conaway, Jr., became the first dean of the school.[5] The school initially offered MA & PhD programs in Public Administration and Political Science, and a MA in Public Affairs.[6] The school initiated a summer program in 1963.[7] A full-time MPA program was initiated on July 24, 1963.[8] The school added M.A. & Ph.D. programs in Political Economy during the 1964-65 academic year.[9] On March 11, 1965, the Trustees of the State University of New York voted to integrate the Graduate School into the University at Albany, and the school became part of the University- at Albany, SUNY in September 1966.[10]

Once becoming part of the University at Albany, GSPA assumed responsibility for the university's undergraduate program in Political Science and created a Department of Political Science.[11] The existing program in Public Administration was restructured in February 1968, when GSPA established a Department of Public Administration.[12] The Graduate Program in Political Economy was kept in GSPA, but the responsibility for providing its faculty was transferred to the Department of Economics.[13] The Political Economy Program was discontinued in l975, due to its similarity to the Economics programs.[14] The Public Affairs program continued as a separate program until 1975, when the program was incorporated as a "track" within the Political Science Department.[15] An undergraduate major in Public Affairs was added during the 1978-79 academic year.[16] A separate Public Affairs & Policy Department was established after a recommendation of the SUNYA Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy in 1981. The Public Affairs & Policy Department began offering an MA in Public Affairs in September 1982, but the department existed as a separate entity for only a few years.[17] The Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy and Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government were also established by recommendation of the Task Force in 1981.[18] At its establishment, the Rockefeller College consisted of the School for Criminal Justice, the School of Social Welfare and the Graduate School of Public Affairs.[19] Today, the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy consists only of the Departments of Public Administration and Policy and the Department of Political Science, as were originally contained within the Graduate School of Public Affairs.[20]

Centers, Institutes & Programs

GSPA was founded not only to provide training to government employees, but also to provide assistance and service to the state government through research and other programs. GSPA has also become involved in national and international discourse on issues relating to government. Throughout its history, GSPA has created and worked with many research centers, institutes and programs to fulfill its goals. A collection of short histories of several of the institutes and centers associated with GSPA from1960-1990 follows below, arranged chronologically by year of establishment.

1962 Local Government Studies Center. The center was created in 1962 to provide a means for the school to assist local governments in NYS by service, research and training activities. The center also continued major functions of the Conference on Metropolitan Area Problems. The Local Government Center issued publications, including a bi-monthly publication, Metropolitan Area Problems, which had started in 1957, and this publication was continued as the Metropolitan Area Digest in 1966.[21] During 1968 the Center's publications were consolidated into two, Metropolitan Area Digest (still bi-monthly) and Metropolitan Area Annual, which included studies previously issued in Metropolitan View Points.[22] As a result of a 1968 working group report and study of the center, which recommended the center broaden its activities to include all levels of government, the center became the Public Affairs Research Center during the 1969-1970 academic year.[23]

1962 Executive Development Program. The graduate school was originally created for the training and professional development of government officials. GSPA had offered institutes as early as 1962, and officially asked for funds to continuing offering institutes in its 1965-66 budget. The institutes were generally taught by subject and dealt with a number of different environments within public administration.[24] See also Institute for Government Executives.

1967 Legislative Institute. The Institute was created by the NYS Legislature under Chapter 488 in 1967. The Institute was to assist in the development of the state, federal and international legislative process through study, research and other programs. However, as the state did not provide funding for the institute's establishment, the project was never actually created at SUNY.[25] A Legislative Institute was eventually established at Baruch College in 1972.[26]

1968 Comparative Development Studies Center (CDSC). The center was formally established in 1968. As the CDSC had interests in many academic fields, it was originally established as a university center at the University at Albany, but was integrated into GSPA during the 1970-1971 academic year. The center's purpose was to promote interdisciplinary research and teaching in development, in particular, development relating to government programs designed to create socioeconomic change. Its four major study areas were defined as the intellectual history of development, economic development planning, development administration, and development politics.[27] The center ceased to exist around 1981. The center was state-funded and also had a supplemental IFR account, and when the center's state funds were re-directed to organized research, its IFR account was transferred to the Rockefeller Institute of Government.[28]

1969 Public Affairs Research Center (PARC). The center was created in 1969. A working group had studied the Local Government Center in 1968, and also took into account the proposal for the Legislative Institute. The working group recommended the creation of a center that covered the whole range of public affairs and all levels of government. The center was created to foster interdisciplinary research while still focusing on gathering data and creating publications.[29] PARC's publications and research activities ceased in 1971 due to budget restraints.[30] See also Local Government Center, Research Unit.

1970 Institute for Government Executives. The Institute for Government Executives was established in 1970, replacing the Executive Development Program. The new program was designed to provide sessions for higher-level staff members than the prior program.[31] The Institute was discontinued in 1971 due to budget restraints.[32]

1970 Research Unit. The Research Unit was established in 1971. The unit's primary purpose was to act as a facilitating unit and administration center for GSPA research contracts. The Research Unit was also created to continue PARC's activities and to assist in the integration of CDSC into GSPA. Under CDSC, the Research Unit undertook a program in legislative development in developing countries in 1970.[33]

Government and Policy Studies (IGPS), which took over the project's functions.

circa 1971 Public Executive Project (PEP). This program was originally established under the School of General Studies, and was transferred to GSPA in 1971. PEP was created to offer training problems relating to senior management problems in state agencies.[34] The activities conducted by PEP were split in 1980. The College of Continuing Studies took responsibility for the project's training and development activities, and GSPA continued the projects consulting activities and “high-end seminars.”[35]

1972 Research Center. The Research Center was established during the 1972-3 academic year under the direction of Professor Leigh Stelzer. Professor Stelzer was mainly responsible for creating a consortium of colleges within the university for the purpose of becoming part of the International Consortium for Political Research based at the 37 University of Michigan. The Center also received funding from the Tickner Fund.[36]

1973 Public Affairs Research Center. The Public Affairs Research Center was established during the 1973-1974 academic year. The Center was designed to supply research advice to state agencies on immediate and long-range problems.[37]

1973 Institute for Public Policy Alternatives (IPPA). The IPPA was established under the Central Office of the University during the 1973-1974 academic year.[38] The center was created to provide research assistance to the state and to administer an internship program of public policy. However, as of 1975 the institute was still not established as an actively functioning body and no funds had been attached to it, although announcements were made regarding the institute's planned research projects. Due to budget problems within IPPA that prevented final program arrangements, and state budget restraints that prevented agencies from contracting research projects, it appears that the IPPA was never fully functional.[39]

1973 Center for the Study of Public Policy. The Center was formally established late in the 1972-3 academic year. The center was created to provide leadership and assistance for collaborative research projects, both within GSPA and in collaboration with outside faculty.[40]

1974 Documentation Center. The Documentation Center was established during the 1974-75 academic year in order to collect documents published by state agencies and to provide supplement course materials for GSPA.[41]

1977 Center for Governmental Research and Services. The Center was established in August, 1977, in order to act as a liaison between students, faculty and the state government. Its main purpose was to act as a negotiator and to assist in translating state problems into researchable issues.[42] See also The Center for Financial Management and the Institute for Government and Policy Studies (IGPS), which took over the center's functions.

1978 Center for Women in Government (CWIG). CWIG was established in 1978. The center was originally established to explore problems and barriers women experience in employment and promotion within the state government, in order to eliminate sexual discrimination. Its mission has broadened over the years to include other public sector areas. CWIG works through research, training and public education to accomplish its basic mission.[43] The center exists today as The Center for Women in Government and Civil Society.

1978 Traffic Safety Program. The program was established in 1978. GSPA had been developing programs to teach courses in unusual formats to non-degree students in off-campus locations. This program was the first of its type, and was created under a contract with the Traffic Safety Program of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles.[44] The program was meant to provide the same material as GSPA's graduate courses, but in a very different format.[45] An Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research still exists within University at Albany, and conducts research, evaluation and policy analysis.[46] The University Libraries hold three issues of Traffic Safety Bulletin (1978-79). Traffic Safety Bulletin was a quarterly publication containing information on research, publications, funding, grants and events.

1980 Institute for Government and Policy Studies (IGPS). The Institute was established in 1980. Its main purpose was to provide research opportunities, encourage campus awareness of public sector issues and facilitate research efforts, education and service. The Institute also took over activities formerly performed by the Public Executive Project and the Center for Governmental Research and Services.[47] The Institute coordinated and facilitated the activities of several centers including the Center for Organization and Policy Studies, the Center for Women in Government, the Decision Techtronics Group (DTG), the Center for Financial Management, the Court Systems Management Program, the Evaluation Research Group, and the Center for Computing and Disability.[48] IGPS dissolved in 1988.[49]

1980 Center for Organization and Policy Studies. The Center was established in 1980 as a unit specializing in education and research on organizational performance, decision and policy analysis, and the development of systems.[50] The Center also administered all programs and activities of units under the Institute for Government and Policy Studies (IGPS), and was also designed to respond to opportunities to conduct policy and action research for state agencies.[51]

circa 198O Decision Techtronics Group (DTG). DTG was established as part of the Center for Organization and Policy Studies. The group functioned as a decision-support facility that used analytic techniques and group facilitation methods to assist clients in problem solving.[52]

circa 1980 Center for Financial Management. The Center's predecessor organization was the Center for Government Research and Services. The Center conducted financial management research for industry and government. The Center also conducted conferences, workshops, training programs, seminars and issued reports.[53]

1982 Rockefeller Institute of Government. The Institute was formally established on October 6, 1982, as a SUNY-wide unit to provide leadership for the compilation and distribution of public policy research conducted within the SUNY system. The Institute also conducts internship, fellowship, research, conferences and other programs.[54]

circa 1984 Evaluation Research Group. The Evaluation Research Group was created to provide evaluation services to all levels of government. The Group provided evaluation services specifically created for the problem, program or agency requesting evaluation.[55]

circa 1984 Court Systems Management Program (CSMP). The program provided graduate training in court management. The program also served as a research center, particularly for study in administration and financial management, and provided technical assistance to both state and federal Court systems.[56]

1987 Center for Computing and Disability. The Center was established in February, 1987. The Center's overall goal was to assist in the adapted transfer of computer-based technology to persons with disabilities. The center accomplished this mission through conferences, training, consulting, issuing publications and by evaluating equipment and prescribing adaptive computer systems.[57]

1987 University Center for Policy Research. The Center was formally established in September, 1987. Its original purpose was to promote public policy research across many disciplines at all levels of government within the university.[58] Today, the center continues this mission and also focuses on research in public policy issues concerning health, environment, and social welfare at all levels of government.[59]

List of Directors, Albany Graduate Program of Public Administration

1954-1957 Paul Studenski[60]
1957-1962 O.B. Conaway, Jr.

List of Deans, Graduate School of Public Affairs and Policy

1957-1967 O.B. Conaway, Jr.
1967 (February to August) Lewis P. Welch (Acting Dean)
1967 (August)-1971 Fred Tickner
1971-1977 L. Gray Cowan
1977-1981 Orville F. Poland
1981-1983 Irene Lurie (Acting Dean)
1983 (June)-1988 David Andersen
1988-2005 Frank J. Thompson
2006- Helen R. Desfosses (Interim Dean)

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Notes
1. Program: Tenth Anniversary Dinner of the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration," June 7, 1957.
2. Ibid; and letter Alvin C. Eurich to Chancellor Harry Woodburn Chase, September 13, 1950, on the State University Board of Trustees adopting a proposal to sponsor the program on September 11, 1950.
3. "A Short History of the Graduate School of Public Affairs," circa 1971. p. 5. (hereafter cited as "Short History"
4. Ibid, 8-10.
5. Ibid.
6. State University of New York Graduate School of Public Affairs Preliminary Announcement, 1961-1962, p. 10-13.
7. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1963-1964 (October 1, 1964, p. 7
8. Idem, 6.
9. "Short History," 14; and State University of New York Graduate School of Public Affairs General Bulletin 1965-1966, p. 24-25.
10. "Short History," 14; and Graduate School of Public Affairs, State University of New York at Albany 1966-1967 Bulletin, p. 15; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-68, p. 1.
11. "Short History," 17.
12. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-68, 2.
13. "Short History," 17; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-68, 1.
14. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report of the Dean 1974-75, 36-37.
15. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report of the Dean 1975-76, 4-5.
16. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report of the Dean 1978-79, 2.
17. SUNYA Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy, March 31, 198 1; and Memo: Activities of the Department of Public Affair: Irene Lurie (Acting Dean) to Vincent O'Leary, February 24, 1982; and University at Albany Telephone Directories for 1982-3, 1983-4, 1984-5 and 1987-8.
18. SUNYA Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy, March 31, 198 1; and Proposal To Trustees April 20, 198 1. 19
19. Rockefeller College Five Year Plan July 1, 1984, p. 1-3.
20. http://www.albany.edu/rockefeller/ - see the About Rockefeller College and Academic Department links.
21. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1962-1963 (July 15, 1963), 8
22. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1968-9, 14-15
23. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1969-70, 2, 14-15
24. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1963 -64, 19-20; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-68, 20.
25. Idem, 18-19.
26. "Baruch College Proposal - Legislative Administration" and "Legislative Institute" Folders
27. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-8, 17-18; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1970-71, 2.
28. Letter - Asst. Dean Grignon to Dean Lurie, August 26, 1981
29. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1969-70, 2, 14-15.
30. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1970-71, 2.
31. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1969-70, 15-16
32. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1970-71, 4.
33. Idem, p.2-3.
34. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1971-72, 3; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1974-5, 43.
35. Public Executive Project Annual Report 1979-80, 1-3.
36. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1972-3, 2-3.
37. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1973-4, 2-3.
38. Ibem, p. 3, 41.
39. Dean Cowan to Professor Robert M. Carrnack (SUNYA Council on Research) March 14, 1975
40. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1973-74, 41.
41. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1974-75, 6-7.
42. Folder - "Center for Governmental Research and Services" Goals & Priorities 1978-9, 1980-8 1. Box 14
43. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1977-78, p. 12; and Centers and Institutes: A Directory SUNYA, 1982, p. 21 and Centers and Institutes: A Directory SLTWA, 1990, p. 45.
44. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1977-78, p. 4.
45. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1978-79, p. 3
46. Directory 1990, p. 47.
47. Letter - "Descriptive Statements for the University Budget Proposal for 1982-.1983" Paul Siarnond to Dean Poland; and Directory 1982, p. 15.
48. Directory 1982, p. 15-25; and IGPS 5 Year Plan 1984; and "Rockefeller College 1986" Folder, Update to 5 Year Plan 1986, p. 40.
49. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, IGPS Finding Aid
50. Letter - "Descriptive Statements for the University Budget Proposal for 1982-1983" Paul Siamond to Dean Poland; and Directory 1982, p. 19
51. IGPS & Associated Units 5 Year Plan 1984 and "Rockefeller College 1986" folder - Update to 5 Year Plan 1986, 40.
52. Directory 1982, 24.
53. Idem, p. 16-18.
54. Idem, p. 79-80.
55. IGPS Five Year Plan 1984
56. IGPS Five Year Plan 1984 and "Rockefeller College 1986" folder - Update to Five Year Plan 1986, 40.
57. Directory 1990, 43.
58. Idem, 52.
59. Center for Policy Research - http://www.albany.edu/cp Accessed March 26, 2002
60. "Program: Tenth Anniversary Dinner of the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration," June 7, 1957 indicates that the creation of a program director position did not occur until 1954. Paul Studenski had worked as a professor of economics and as an adviser to the sponsoring committee prior to becoming director.


Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, Formerly the Graduate School of Public Affairs, Dean's Office
Scope and Content Note

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The GSPA records contains annual reports, dean's office correspondence, budget documents, evaluation reports, plans, publications, student research essays, training program manuals, workshop materials, meeting minutes, course descriptions and reading lists. The majority of records originate from the Dean's office subject files. The two major exceptions are the records originating from Hannah Applebaum, the school's librarian from approximately 1963-1971, and the Organization & Methods program (1946-60) records of Murray Nathan, the Director of the Office of Planning and Procedures in the New York State Department of Health. The original file names, where available, were kept when possible and the records are primarily arranged by subject series.

The records relate to the founding of the school and its integration into the SUNY system in 1962 and then into University at Albany in 1966. The records also document the school's development and administrative history and its programs in political science, public administration, public affairs and political economy. There are also dean's office records concerning the development and programs of the school's centers and institutes. The most prominent centers, the Comparative Development Studies Center, the Center for Women in Government, and the Institute for Government and Policy Studies, are more thoroughly documented through their respective records contained in the University Archives.

The GSPA records cover the period from 1946-1989. The bulk of the material covers the time period from 1962-1983. It is possible that additional records and materials relating to the early history and administration of the school (prior to 1962) may be located at Syracuse University and New York University due to the school's original structure as a joint program of the two universities. There are no annual reports of the dean prior to 1962 or after 1979, although there are a number of other annual reports available for 1980. The records include many evaluation reports regarding the school and its programs. Some of the individual reports are gathered into Series 1, Subseries 6, but the remainder are widely scattered throughout the records. There are no department-specific subject files prior to 1968, but the school did not begin to adopt a departmental organizational structure until after its integration into the University at Albany in 1966. There is detailed information regarding GSPA courses and reading lists contained in the Hannah Applebaum series for 1963-71. There is some additional information relating to courses and reading lists available but these are scattered throughout the records. The additional files are generally less complete, particularly after about 1974. There are relatively few examples of publications issued by GSPA's related centers and institutes, with the exception of the Local Government Studies Center. There is a large collection of Local Government Studies Center publications and it includes a complete run of Metropolitan Area Problems and Metropolitan Area Digest together with the cumulative index (1957-1971). The student research essays available in the records are disproportionately representative of the 1960s, although there is some material from the early 1970s included in the records. Faculty publications cover the 1960s and the 1970s, and the records include a few items from the early 1980s. Reprints of faculty written journal articles are only available for the 1960s. Workshop and training program materials in the records generally only represent either the Public Executive Project or the Public Service Training Program, and contain materials from circa 1975- 86. There are a few additional materials relating to workshops conducted during the 1970s contained in the faculty publications Subseries. The records do not contain any organized or complete collection of publications such school view books, program pamphlets, brochures or commencement programs. There are scattered examples of these types of items in the records, but these disproportionately represent the 1980s. Most examples of publications of this type are contained within the GSPA and Rockefeller College records Subseries.


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Series 1: Reports, Plans, and Budgets, 1962-1985, 2.5 cubic ft. Series arranged by subject. Subseries arranged chronologically.

This series consists of annual report of the dean (1962-64, 1967-79), department annual reports (1978-79, 1979-80) and center, institute and program reports (1979-80).

This series consists Dean's files , 1971-1984, including correspondence (1971-84), memoranda (1971-2, 1977-83), budgets (1975), supply and expenses budgets (1979-8 1), preliminary budget requests (1973 - 74), final budget proposals and requests (1973-74, 1977-78, 1979-80, 1982-84), tentative temporary service allocation plans (1972-3), faculty line projections (1971-3), descriptive statements(1981-83), and plans and 5 year plans(1982-84).

This series contains correspondence, meeting agendas and memoranda relating to: the Dean's Council and smaller committees; task force reports and other evaluations of GSPA; GSPA plans and planning documents; programs and priorities, 1961-1967, 1969-1971, 1974-1981; structure and re-organization, 1962-1964, 1969-1971, 1973-1975. Three is also information regarding the school's integration into SUNY and later into the University at Albany (1962-64, 1969-71).

Series 2: Subject and Correspondence Files, 1946-1989, 4 cubic ft. Series arranged alphabetically by subject. Subseries arranged chronologically and alphabetically.

This series contains student rosters (1965/66-1970), commencement programs (1963- 64, 1966), profiles, headcounts (1980), lists of student public policy dissertation projects (circa 1981) and planning documents (1971-3, 1984). The records also include information regarding enrollment in relation to faculty workload and faculty projections (1971-1973)and correspondence (1975-1980) and analysis reports (1977-1980). The records include information on recruitment of minority students and faculty, and the make-up of the workforce and student populations. This series also contains records about: community outreach, 1975, 1980-1981; faculty issues; fellowships, assistantships, and internships, 1971-1983

Series 3: Dean's Day Files, 1967-1970, 1977-1982, .33 cubic ft. Series arranged alphabetically by subject. Subseries arranged chronologically.

This series consists of a day file on public administration and policy. Many of the records deal with the New York State Department of Education (NYSED) Political Science Department Report (1978). The records also include information regarding recruitment, faculty, courses, a proposal for a symposium in public policy, and the political science department.

This series also consists of Dean Tickner's day files of outgoing correspondence. These records include information relating to the Legislative Institute, the proposed planning program, Comparative Development Research Center (CDSC), research, faculty, Public Affairs Research Center (PARC), courses, Institute for Government Executives, Political Science Department, IPSA, Local Government Studies Center, recruitment, budgets, urban affairs program (1970), the organization of GSPA (1967) and includes organizational charts (1968-1969, 1970).

Series 4: Academic Department and Program Files, 1968-1984, 2.5 cubic ft. Series arranged alphabetically by subject.

This series consists of the material related to Political Economy Program, 1972-1975; Political Science Department, 1971-1984; Public Administration Department, 1970-1984; and Public Affairs Program, 1972-1982

Series 5: Centers, Institutes, Programs and Projects, 1965-1986, 4.5 cubic ft. Series arranged alphabetically by subject.

This subseries consists of material from: Comparative Studies Development Center (CDSC), 1965-1973, 1977-1979; Center for Women in Government (CWIG), 1977-1983, 1986; Institute for Public Policy Alternatives (IPPA), 1973-1975; International Development Program, 1980-1984; Legislative Institute, 1967-1981; Local Government Studies Center, 1957-1972 Public Executive Project (PEP), 1971, 1974, 1975-1980; Public Service Training Program, 1984-circa 1986; and other centers and institutes, 1973-1981, 1987

Series 6: GSPA Publications, 1958-1980, 1 Folder (2 items)

This records series contains newsletters from the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration, 1961-1962. The University Libraries also hold 7 issues of the newsletter (1962-1965). The University Libraries hold issues of several GSPA publications. The University Libraries holds an incomplete run of Rockefeller College Report (1984-1987), a newsletter covering activities of Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy. The University Libraries hold one issue of Contact: Undergraduate Political Science Advisor (1988), a Political Science Department publication, and four issues of the Political Science Newsletter (1973-1974). The University Libraries hold seven issues of The Docket (1982-86), a GPSA produced publication of the International Political Science Association (ISPA) Research Committee on Comparative Judicial Studies. The University Libraries hold seven issues of GSPA Alumni Newsletter (1978-1980, 1983) and three issues of The Public Affair (1976), a publication of the Graduate Student Association of GSPA. The University Libraries hold seven issues of The Helderberg Review (1970-1973), a GSPA published journal featuring graduate student work that began publication in 1970. GSPA Bulletins for 1958-59 through 1978-80 are available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives. After 1980, school specific bulletins were no longer published, and information can be obtained from the University at Albany Graduate and Undergraduate Bulletins.

Series 7: Faculty Publications, 1961-1981, 1986, 1 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically by year of publication.

The Public Affairs Monograph Series Publications were kept together and placed at the beginning of the series. This records series consists of essays, articles, bibliographies, surveys, study guides, resource guides, workshop materials and monographs. Individual and collaborative projects related to GSPA, or one of GSPA's related centers and institutes, are included in the series.

GSPA faculty authored the vast majority, but not all, of the items in this series. Publications resulting from collaborative projects do include items written by persons outside GSPA. The series includes a collection of case studies created for use as supplemental graduate course materials. This collection was written as a collaborative project with outside authors during 1976-77. The collection consists of the "The Jones Island Case", "Design & Delivery: The Dilemma at Eleanor Roosevelt", "The Sheltered Workshop in Troy", "College for the Disadvantaged", "Adjudication of Moving Traffic Violations in NYC", "Snow Emergency in NYC", and "Solid Waste Management in Synonym City: A Case Study". The record series also includes items from the GSPA Reprint Series, the Public Affairs Monograph Series (six books), and the Legislative Security Monograph Series. Only the seventh monograph of the Legislative Security Monograph Series is present in the GSPA records. The record series includes Dr. Robert Rienow's lecture and study guide to "Man Against His Environment" Television Series, 1969. The videos from the television series are available through the University at Albany Libraries.

Series 8: Hannah B. Applebaum Files, 1963-1971, .5 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically by subject file type, and then chronologically within each subject file type.

Hannah Applebaum was the GSPA librarian for several years, and this series contains her records. This series consists of the H. Applebaum's files, 1963-1971, and contains course descriptions and reading lists, and a copy of the report of the Search Committee for a Political Science Chairman (1966). The remaining files contain copies of official memos and faculty meeting minutes. The GSPA file contains additional course schedules, memos and copies of The Dean's Report to the Board of Trustees on the First Year (1963), and the Visiting Committee's Report on the Local Government Center (1968).

Series 9: Murray Nathan Files, 1946-1960, .66 cubic ft. Arranged by the Organization & Methods (O&M) Program number.

This series contains program information, bibliographies and later reading materials relating to the Conferences on Organization and Methods (hereafter O&M). Murray Nathan was the Director of the Office of Planning & Procedures in the New York State Department of Health.[63] The first state organizational unit devoted to the examination of methods and procedures was established within the State Insurance Fund in 1935, The Office of Planning and Procedures was established in the New York State Department of Health on April 16, 1946, following the example of other state agencies.[64] Murray Nathan was also a member of the Professional Training Committee of the Capital District Chapter of the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA).[65] The first O & M Program was organized by the New York State Management Improvement Branch, Bureau of the Budget, in cooperation with the Inter-Departmental Committee on Organization & Methods Staff Improvement in October 1946. The first program series was offered October 25-November 8, 1946.[66] The first nine O&M conferences were New York conferences; while the "O&M I O" folder contains information concerning the Interagency Records Conference conducted by the National Archives in 1949-50. Additional information regarding the Capital District Chapter of ASPA is contained in the records of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Empire State Capital Area Chapter (APAP-009). The Capital District Chapter of ASPA was founded in 1945 and renamed the Empire State Capital Area Chapter in 1989.[67] The majority of records in this series relate to public administration and management theory and New York State programs. The "O&M I" folder contains a final examination from the GSPA course "Administration Methods and Managerial Control" from January, 1950. A copy of "Education for Public Administration in New York State (Proposed Program)" written by the Capital District Chapter of ASPA (1953) can be found in the "Origins 1950-55, 1960" folder in Series 11, Subseries 9 - The History Files.

Series 10: Student Research Papers & Theses, 1963-1969, 1971, 1975, 2 cubic ft. Series arranged chronologically by year of publication. Papers are then arranged alphabetically by department (if known) first, and then by alphabetically by paper title.

This series consists of research papers, essays and theses written by students in master's programs at GPSA. The majority of the papers are single works, but there are two items that contain multiple student papers on single themes. These are Student Papers on Federal Programs Volumes 1 & 2 - PA 500 Class, Spring 1975 and Personnel Administration in the State of New York Volumes I & 2, Spring 1967.

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Notes
61. "Short History," 17; and Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report 1967-68, 1.
62. Graduate School of Public Affairs State University of New York at Albany Annual Report of the Dean 1974-75, 36-37.
63. Letter - Olive R. Surgen to Murray Nathan, March 30, 1950. Letter in Folder "O & M IO
64. "The Role of Planning Staff in State Agencies" Capital District Chapter, ASPA, 1947. Conference Report is in the Folder "O & M 2".
65. "Education for Public Administration in New York State: A Proposal" Capital District Chapter, ASPA, April 1953. Proposal is in the "Origins 1950-55,1960" Folder
66. "Conferences on Organization & Methods Work. Ist Series October 25-November 8,1946. Organized by the Management Improvement Branch, Bureau of the Budget, in cooperation with the Inter-Departmental Committee on Organization & Methods Development." Program in folder "O & M I".
67. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Empire State Capital Area Chapter Finding Aid, http://library.albany.edu/speccoll/findaids/apap009.htm.


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Series 1: Reports, Plans, and Budgets, 1962-1985
Subseries 1: Annual Reports, 1962-1980

Box 1
Folder

1. Academic Policy, 1969-1971, Includes Report of Educational Policies Committee 1969
2. Academic Policy Committee- Meeting, February 12, 1973, Reorganization of GSPA
3. Academic Policy Committee, 1974-1979
4. Academic Program Priorities, 1975 & 1980
5. Academic Programs and Priorities, 1983
6. Academic Plan of GSPA, 1965-1974, November 3, 1965, Reorganization of GSPA 1973-1975
7. Academic Programs and Priorities, 1975-1980
8. Academic Programs and Priorities, 1980-1982
9. Annual Reports, 1962-1963, July 15, 1963
10. Annual Reports, 1963-1964, October 10, 1964
11. Annual Reports, 1967-1968
12. Annual Reports, 1968-1969
13. Annual Reports, 1969-1970
14. Annual Reports, 1970-1971
15. Annual Reports, 1971-1972
16. Annual Reports, 1972-1973
17. Annual Reports, 1973-1974
18. Annual Reports, 1974-1975
19. Annual Reports, 1975-1976
20. Annual Reports, 1976-1977
21. Annual Reports, 1977-1978
22. Annual Reports, 1978-1979, Dean’s, Departments, Public Executive Project
23. Annual Reports, 1979-1980, No Dean’s Report
24. Budget Correspondence, Budget 1971-1972
25. Preliminary Budget Request and Five Year Projections, June 5, 1972, Budget 1971-1972
26, Final Budget Request, 1973-1974
27. Budget 1976-1977
28. Budget, 1980-1981
29. Dean’s Council, 1981
30. Dean’s Council, 1983
31. Assistance to the Dean, 1968-1969
32. Educom, 1981
33. NYS Education Department Inspection, 1964
34. Finance and Business, 1979-1983
35. ASPA Evaluation, 1965
36. GSPA Evaluation Report, Excerpts and Summary, November 1973
37. Administrative Self Study and Evaluation, 1972-1975

Box 2
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1. Objectives, Organization and Programs, 1961-1965, Budget Request 1966-1967
2. Plans for GSPA, 1963-1965
3. GSPA Development Plans, 1976-1977
4. Three Year Plans, 1976-1978, Preliminary Budget Request 1979-1980
5. Revisions of Three Year Plans, 1978-1979
6. Three Year Plan, 1980-1981, 1982-1983
7. Five Year Plan Updates 1982-1987, 1981-1982
8. Five Year Plan Updates 1983-1988, 1983
9. Five Year Plans and Correspondence, 1984
10. GSPA Reports to Trustees, 1963
11. Proposal Drafts, Reorganization of GSPA, 1973-1975
12. Reorganization of GSPA, Proposal Drafts, 1973
13. Reorganization Meeting, June 1973, Reorganization of GSPA
14. Management Reorganization of GSPA, 1974
15. Structure of GSPA, 1962-1964, 1969-1971
16. Five Year Plan Updates, 1983-1990
17. SUNYA Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy Education, Research Service, Report to President, March 31, 1981
18. Task Force, 1973
19. Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy Education, Research, and Service, 1981
20. UUP, 1974
21. Urban Studies, 1979-1981

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Series 2: Subject and Correspondence Files, 1946-1989

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22. Advisory Committee on Promotions and Tenure, 1972-1974
23. SUNY Albany Semester Program, 1978-1981
24. Assistantships and Fellowships, 1977-1978
25. Assistantships and Fellowships, 1978-1980
26. Civil Service Fellowships, 1977-1978
27. Affirmative Action, 1977, 1979-1980
28. SUNY Benevolent Fellowship Program, 1980-1981
29. Collective Bargaining Study, 1979
30. Commencement Programs, 1963-1966, Student Rosters 1965/1966-1970, Institute of Public Administrative Department, 1956, 1956, 1963-1970
31. Committee on Committees, 1979-1983
32. Community University Day, September 27, 1975
33. Public Service and Community Outreach, 1980-1981
34. Council on Foreign Relations, Judge Rivers, Meeting, October 12, 1972
35. Department of Health, Education, Welfare (HEW), 1976-1978

Box 3
Folder

1. Department of Health, Education, Welfare (HEW), Department Public Service Fellowship 1976-1978
2. Enrollment and Faculty Projections, September, 1971
3. Faculty Activity Report, Forms, 1983-1984
4. Faculty Activity Report, 1981-1982
5. Faculty Activity Report, 1982-1983, Public Administration
6. Faculty Activity Report, 1983-1984, Political Science
7. Faculty Appointment and Allocation, 1967-1972
8. Faculty Exchange, 1973-1977
9. Faculty Meeting Correspondence, 1972
10. Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1967-1969
11. Faculty Salaries, Principles and Policy, 1965-1970
12. Faculty Salaries, 1968-1969
13. Faculty Salaries, 1970-1971
14. Faculty Salaries, 1971-1972
15. Faculty Status Committee, 1966-1969
16. Faculty Travel, 1966-1968
17. Faculty Workload, 1964, 1970
18. Faculty Workload, 1974-1977
19. Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Education, 1982-1983
20. GSPA Faculty Research, 1964-1966
21. GSPA Six Year Bibliography of Faculty, 1968-1973
22. GSPA Six Year Bibliography of Faculty, 1968-1973
23. Fall Admissions and Enrollment, 1982-1983
24. Fall Admissions and Enrollment, 1983-1984
25. GSPA, 1962-1970
26. GSPA, 1964-1966, 1968-1970
27. GSPA, By-Laws, February and December, 1965
28. GSPA, 1966, 1970
29. GSPA, 1969-1973
30. GSPA, 1970-1972
31. GSPA, 1971-1974
32. GSPA, 1971, 1975
33. GSPA, 1971-1984
34. GSPA, 1975-1985
35. GSPA, undated, circa 1970’s
36. GSPA, 1983
37. GSPA, 1988-1989
38. Origins of GSPA, 1950-1955, 1958-1960
39. Origins of GSPA, 1956-1961
40. History of GSPA, 1960-1968, 1972-1975, 1977

Box 4
Folder

1. GSPA Contact Offices, 1982-1983
2. Course Reading Lists, 1973
3. Job Placement Service, 1985
4. GSPA Move to Library Basement, 1978
5. GSPA Profiles and Headcounts, 1980
6. Consideration to Remove GSPA, 1972
7. Renaming GSPA, 1972
8. Grants, 1973-1975, 1977
9. The Helderberg Review, 1971-1973
10. Herbert Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota, 1979-1980
11. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Fellowships, 1977-1981
12. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Fellowships, 1982
13. ICP Cases, Publications, Syracuse, Publication List
14. Dr. Bernard Johnpoll, Correspondence from Israel Independent Study Students, 1971
15. Minority Recruitment, 1975 and 1980
16. National Association of Counties, 1971-1972
17. National Endowment for the Humanities, 1976-1980
18. GSPA Move to Milne Building, 1981-1982
19. NASPAA Committee on Comparative and Development Administration, 1972-1973
20. NASPAA Comparative Committee Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 31, 1973
21. NASPAA Comprehensive Schools Section, Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 26, 1973, Cancelled by Dean
22. NASPAA and ASPA Conferences, May 2-May 8, 1974
23. National Public Service Awards, 1982
24. Nature Conservancy Assistantships, Internship Program, 1973
25. Nature Conservancy Assistantships, Proposed Budgets, 1973
26. Off-Campus Graduate Study (SUNY), 1981
27. Presidential Management Intern Program, 1977-1979
28. Presidential Management Intern Program, 1979-1980
29. Presidential Management Intern Program, 1980-1981
30. Presidential Management Intern Program, 1980-1982
31. Programs and Courses, 1974-1975
32. Programs and Course Outlines, c.1968-1969
33. Public Employee Labor Relations Officials, Correspondence, 1973
34. Rockefeller College, 1982-1983
35. Rockefeller College, January-July 1984
36. Rockefeller College, August 1984-1985
37. Rockefeller College, 1986
38. Rockefeller College: Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet, 1986

Box 5
Folder

1. Rockefeller College, 1986-1987
2. Rockefeller College Intern Program, 1986
3. Rockefeller College, 1987
4. Rockefeller College, 1988-1989
5. Rockefeller College Commencement, 1989
6. School of Criminal Justice, Dean’s Reports, 1973-1982, Memoranda, News Reports, 1974-1983
7. School of Information and Library Science, Memoranda and News Letters, 1977-1979
8. School of Information and Library Science, 1981-1985
9. School of Social Welfare, 1977, 1979-1980, 1983
10. Governor’s Task Force on the Financing of Higher Education in NYS, 1972-1973
11. Proposal for Creation of Albert Schweitzer Professorship, 1966
12. Schweitzer Chair, 1978-1979
13. University Senate, 1979
14. University Senate, 1980-1983

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Series 3: Dean’s Day Files, 1967-1970, 1977-1982

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15. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, September 8-December 21, 1967
16. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1968
17. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1968
18. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1969
19. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1969
20. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1970
21. Tickner-Outgoing Correspondence, 1970
22. Public Administration & Policy, 1977-1982
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Series 4: Academic Department and Program Files, 1968-1984

Box 6
Folder

1. Political Economy Program, Meeting – On the Relationship Between Economics & Political Economy, October 2, 1972
2. Political Economy Program, 1972
3. Political Economy Program, 1972-1973
4. Political Economy Program, Scheduling Request Sheet & Distribution of Course Forms (Political Economy), 1974
5. Political Economy Program, Department of Economics & Political Economy – Setting Up Program Review, 1974
6. Political Economy Program, Evaluation of Economics & Political Economy Programs – Domar, Nelson, Hansen, 1974
7. Political Economy Program, Alternative Development Plan for Doctorate in Political Economy, 1975
8. Political Economy Committee Meeting, February 24, 1975
9. Political Economy Committee, 1974-1976
10. Political Science Department, 1971, Promotions of Faculty, Political Science Department, 1971
11. Political Science Department, 1971, Dean’s Day File, 1971
12. Political Science Department, 1972, Directory (SUNY,) 1971-1972
13. Political Science Department, Recruitment, 1972-1973
14. Political Science Department, 1972, Report-Political Science Department (Diamant), 1972-1973
15. Political Science Department, 1972, Minar’s Report, 1972
16. Political Science Department, 1972, Dean's Day File- Political Science Department, 1972
17. Political Science Department, 1973, Directory - NYS Political Science Faculty, 1972-1973
18. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, March 5, 1973
19. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, March 8, 1973
20. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, September 13, 1973
21. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, September 20, 1973
22. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, October 7, 1973
23. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, October 11, 1973
24. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, October 18, 1973
25. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, November 7, 1973
26. Political Science Department, 1973, Political Science Faculty Meeting, December 6, 1973
27. Political Science Department, 1973, Dean's Day File - Political Science Department, 1973
28. Political Science Department, 1974, Enrollments, Political Science Department, 1972-1974
29. Political Science Department, 1974, Distribution of Courses Request Form, Political Science Department, 1972-1974, Spring 1974
30. Political Science Department, 1974, Dean's Day Files, Political Science Department, 1972-1974
31. Political Science Department, 1973, Chairman, Political Science Department, 1972-1974
32. Political Science Department, 1975-1976, Course Descriptions (Political Science Department) 1975-1976
33. Political Science Department, 1975-1976, Draft Report of the Assistant Professor's of the Political Science Dept - Status of Department & PhD Program, 1975-1976
34. Political Science Department, 1975-1976, Faculty Meetings, April 1974-1976
35. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Publications Political Science Faculty 1976-1977
36. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Origins & Descent of Various Lines, 1972
37. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Application & Enrollment Trends & Projections, Political Science, 1976
38. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, POS650, 1976-77
39. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Chairmanship (Political Science Department) 1976-77
40. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Political Science Dept. Meetings 1976-1977
41. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Undergraduate Course Descriptions Spring, 1977
42. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Recruitment, 1977
43. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Recruitment, 1976-1977
44. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Recruitment, 1976-77
45. Political Science Department, 1976-1977, Reviews of Political Science Faculty Appearing in Core Journals, 1977
46. Political Science Department Reports, 1968-1984
47. Public Administration Dept. - MPA Concentrations & DPA Residency Requirements, 1968
48. Public Administration Department, 1970-1971, Dean's Day File, Public Administration Department, 1970-1971
49. Public Administration Department, 1972, Chairman Public Administration Dept., 1972
50. Public Administration Department, 1972, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department (2 folders), 1972
51. Public Administration Department, 1972, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department (2 folders), 1972
52. Public Administration Department, 1973, President George Angell, 1973
53. Public Administration Department, 1973, Public Administration Department Faculty Meeting, October 5, 1973
54. Public Administration Department, 1973, Faculty Meeting, Public Administration Department, September 14, 1973
55. Public Administration Department, 1973, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department (3 Folders), 1973
56. Public Administration Department, 1973, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department (3 Folders), 1973
57. Public Administration Department, 1973, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department (3 Folders), 1973

Box 7
Folder

1. Public Administration Department, 1974, Spring 1975 Schedule (Public Administration Department)
2. Public Administration Department, 1974, Public Administration Department Meeting, November 15, 1974
3. Public Administration Department, 1974, Distribution of Courses Form, Public Administration Department, Spring 1974
4. Public Administration Department, 1974, Public Administration Department Pamphlet - Rough Draft, 1974
5. Public Administration Department, 1974, Dean's Day File – Public Administration Department, 1974
6. Public Administration Department, 1975-1976, Chairman Public Administration Department, 1974-1976
7. Public Administration Department, 1975-1976, Public Administration Department, Adjunct Professors, Spring 1976
8. Public Administration Department, Enrollments, 1975-1976
9. Public Administration Department, 1975-1976, Public Administration Department Meetings, 1974-1976
10. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Origins & Descent of Various Lines, Public Administration Department, 1976-1977
11. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Evaluation of MPA & DPA Programs, 1976-1977
12. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Course Descriptions, Public Administration Department, 1976-1977
13. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Application & Enrollment Trends & Projections, Public Administration Department, 1976-1977
14. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Review MPA & DPA, 1976-1977
15. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Review MPA & DPA, 1976-1977
16. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Public Administration Department Meetings, 1976-1977
17. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Recruitment & Request to Fill a Vacancy, Public Administration Department, 1976-1977
18. Public Administration, 1976-1977, Self-Study & Evaluation, Public Administration Department, 1976- 1977
19. Public Administration, MPA Policy Analysis Concentration, 1978
20. Public Administration, Department of Public Administration, 1977-81
21. Public Administration, Department of Public Administration, 1982-83
22. Public Administration, NASPAA Self Study Report - Master of Public Administration Program, Vol. I., July 1980
23. Public Administration, NASPAA Self Study Report - Master of Public Administration Program, Vol. II., July 1980
24. Public Administration, DPA Exams, Summer 1980
25. Public Administration, DPA Exams, January 1981
26. Public Administration, DPA Exams, Summer 1982
27. Public Administration, DPA Exams, Fall 1983
28. Public Administration, DPA Exams, Spring 1984
29. Public Affairs, Doctor of Arts in Public Affairs, circa 1971
30. Doctorate of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, 1972, Advisory Committee Doctor of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, December 18, 1972
31. Doctorate of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, 1972, Advisory Committee Doctor of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, 1972
32. Doctorate of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, 1972, Proposal for a Doctorate of Arts in Public Affairs, 1972
33. Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1972-1973, Doctorate in Public Affairs - Internal Evaluation Report, circa 1973
34. Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1972-1973, NYC Faculty Council of Community College (DPA Proposal), October 4, 1974
35. Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1972-1973, Budget & Doctor of Arts Proposals, 1972-1973
36. Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1972-1973, 2 Year Colleges Meeting, October 18-19, 1972
37. Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1972-1973, Statement on Doctorate of Arts in Public Affairs, 1972
38. Doctor of Arts in Public Affairs, 1974
39. Master of Arts in Public Affairs, 1971-1976, Undergraduate Public Affairs Program, 1976
40. Master of Arts in Public Affairs, 1971-1976, Dr. James Kelly, Public Affairs Program, 1973-1976
41. Master of Arts in Public Affairs, 1971-1976, Master of Arts Degree in Public Affairs, 1972
42. Master of Arts in Public Affairs, 1971-1976, Letters - MAPA Program (Degree & Non-Degree), circa 1971
43. Public Affairs Advisory Committee, 1972-1975, PAF Advisory Committee Meeting, February 21, 1975
44. Public Affairs Advisory Committee, 1972-1975, Public Affairs, Various, 1972-1975
45. Public Affairs Advisory Committee, 1972-1975, Meeting – September 26, 1973 - Public Affairs Advisory Committee Doctorate in Public Affairs, 1974
46. Public Affairs, 1971-1972, Report - Graduate Program in Public Affairs, circa 1972
47. Public Affairs, 1971-1972, Ford Foundation Meeting, Public Affairs, February 14, 1972
48. Public Affairs, 1972-1974, Dean's Day File, Public Affairs, 1971-1972
49. Public Affairs, 1972-1974, Distribution of Courses Form, Public Affairs, Spring 1974
50. Public Affairs, 1972-1974, Program Descriptions, Public Affairs, 1972
51. Public Affairs, 1973-1977, New Course - Institute in Public Affairs, 1977
52. Public Affairs, 1973-1977, Application & Enrollment Trends, Public Affairs, 1976
53. Public Affairs, 1973-1977, Proposed Major in Public Affairs, 1976-1977
54. Public Affairs, 1973-1977, Proposed Major in Public Affairs, 1976-1977

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Series 5: Centers and Institutes, 1957-1986

Box 8
Folder

1. Comparative Studies Development Center, Dean’s Files, 1971-1973
2. Comparative Studies Development Center, Dean’s Files, 1971-1973
3. Comparative Studies Development Center, Dean’s Files, 1971-1973
4. Comparative Studies Development Center, Dean’s Files, 1971-1973
5. Comparative Studies Development Center, 1965-69, 1977-1979
6. Center for Women in Government, 1977-1978
7. Center for Women in Government, 1979-1980
8. Center for Women in Government, 1980-1981
9. Center for Women in Government, 1980-1981
10. Center for Women in Government, 1980-1981
11. Center for Women in Government (CWIG) Publications, 1978-1982, 1986
12. Center for Women in Government (CWIG) Board of Director's Reports, 1978-1983
13. Center for Women in Government (CWIG) Board of Director's Reports, 1979
14. Center for Women in Government (CWIG) Board of Director's Reports, 1980
15. Center for Women in Government (CWIG) Board of Director's Reports, 1981
16. Institute on Public Policy Alternatives, 1973-1975, IPPA Meeting, March 8, 1974
17. Institute on Public Policy Alternatives, 1973-1975, Suggested Areas for Research, March 15, 1974
18. Institute on Public Policy Alternatives, 1973-1975, IPPA Meeting, August 1, 1974
19. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives (IPPA) - Folders Land Use Project, 1974-1975
20. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, Vitae of IPPA Personnel, 1975
21. IPPA Internship Program, 1974-1975
22. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, Illicit Enterprise & Public Policy (Research Proposal), 1974
23. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, Correspondence, 1975
24. International Development Program, 1980-1981
25. International Development Program, 1982-1984
26. Legislative Institute, 1973 and 1975
27. Baruch's Proposal - Legislative Administration Program, 1979
28. Legislative Institute, 1980

Box 9
Folder

1. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1957-1958
2. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1959
3. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1960
4. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1961
5. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1962
6. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1963
7. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1964
8. Metropolitan Area Problems, 1965-1966
9. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest, 1966
10. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest, 1967
11. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest, 1968
12. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest, 1969
13. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest, 1970
14. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest & Cumulative Index, 1970
15. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Digest & Correspondence, 1968-72
16. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Viewpoints, 1966-68
17. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Surveys, 1966
18. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Surveys, 1967
19. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Surveys, 1968
20. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Charters, 1967 (blue bound)
21. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Annual, 1966 (blue bound)
22. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Annual, 1967 (blue bound)
23. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Annual, 1968 (blue bound)
24. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Annual, 1968 (blue bound)
25. Metropolitan Area Problems, Metropolitan Area Annual, 1969 (blue bound)
26. Metropolitan Area Problems, Surveys of Metropolitan Planning, 1967
27. Metropolitan Area Problems, Surveys of Metropolitan Planning, 1968
28. Metropolitan Area Problems, Local Government Center - Round Lake Association Report, 1968
29. Metropolitan Area Problems, Working Group Report on the Local Government Center, 1968
30. Public Executive Project, Meeting Minutes, 1970-72
31. Public Executive Project, 1971-1974
32. Public Executive Project, c.1975-1980
33. Public Executive Project, 1979-1980

Box 10
Folder

1. GSPA/PEP "State of NY Administrative Analyst's Handbook", 1959-1967
2. Public Executive Project Workshop "Financial Aspects of Management", October 29-November 1, 1978
3. Public Executive Project (PEP) Workshop "The Management of Installing Automated
Job Matching Systems", November 6-10, 1978
4. Public Executive Project, Workshop "Executive Role & Methods", December 3-6, 1978
5. Public Executive Project, Workshop "Program Planning & Budgeting", January 10- 13, 1979
6. Public Executive Project, Workshop "Supervisory Management of Human Resources on the Campus", March 4-7. 1979
7. Public Executive Project, Workshop, “Management of Human Resources” April 4-6, 1979
8. Public Executive Project, Workshop "Managing Programs & Activities on the Campus", April 8-11, 1979
9. Public Executive Project, Workshop "Managing Automated Job Matching Systems", May 7-11, 1979
10. Public Service Training Program - Program Course Descriptions, 1983-1984
11. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - May 1984 Course II
12. Public Service Training Program - Programs in Administration & Supervision – May 1984 Course III
13. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - May 1984 Course I
14. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - May 1984 Course I Instructor's Guide
15. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - May 1984 Course II
16. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - May 1984 Course IV
17. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - September 1984 - Courses I, II, IV
18. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - September 1984 - Course I
19. Public Service Training Program, 1984-1985
20. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - April 1985 Course I
21. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - April 1985 Course II
22. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - April 1985 Course III
23. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - April 1985 Course I
24. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - April 1985 Course II
25. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - April 1985 Course III

Box 11
Folder

1. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - May 1985 Course II
2. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - May 1985 Course IV
3. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - May 1985 Course IV
4. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration, c. 1985
5. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - August 1985 Course IV
6. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - August 1985 Course II
7. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - August 1985 Course III
8. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - October 1985 Course I
9. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - October 1985 Course III
10. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - October 1985 Course I
11. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - October 1985 Course III
12. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - October 1985 Course III
13. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - October 1985 Course IV
14. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - circa 1985 Course I
15. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration - circa 1985 Course IV
16. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision - circa 1985 Course IV
17. Public Service Training Program "Accounting and Financial Decision Making", August 1986
18. Public Service Training Program "Information Management", August 1986
19. Public Service Training Program "Program Planning & Evaluation", circa August 1986
20. Public Service Training Program - Accounting & Financial Decision Making, 1986
21. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration- Course I, circa 1986
22. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration- Course II, circa 1986
23. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration- Course III, circa 1986

Box 12
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1. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration- Course III, circa 1986
2. Public Service Training Program - Program in Administration- Course IV, circa 1986
3. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision- Course I, circa 1985
4. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision- Course III, circa 1986
5. Public Service Training Program - Program in Supervision- Course IV, circa 1986
6. Atmospheric Sciences Center, 1977-1980
7. Center for Governmental Research & Services, 1978-1981
8. Center for Study of Public Policy, 1973-1977
9. Educational Community Center (ECC), 1978-1980
10. Office of Research & Educational Development, 1979
11. Public Affairs Study Center, 1971, 1974
12. Robert Taft Institute of Government, 1976-1981


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Series 6: GSPA Publications, 1961-1962

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1. Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration - Newsletters 1961-62


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Series 7: Faculty Publications, 1961-1981, 1986

Box 1
Folder

Box 1 - Series 7 follows directly after Series 6 in the same box.

Public Affairs Monograph Series Publications:

#1 Byron Hipple, “Local Public Welfare Administration in NYS...," 1962
#2 Byron T. Hipple, “Fiscal Policy and the Public Social Services,” April 1966
#3 Fred Tickner, “Training in Modern Society,” 1966
#4 Joseph F. Zimmerman, “The Massachusetts Town Meeting A Tenacious Institution,”
1967.
#5 Herinan E. Hilleboe & Morris Schaefer, “Papers & Bibliogaphy on Community Health Planning,” 1967
#6 Richard J. Kalish & Donald J. Reeb, “Economic Welfare and the Development of the Mohawk Region,” 1967 (3 copies, I copy includes an errata sheet)

GSPA Reprint Series

1. “A Bibliography of Comparative Government,” 1964, 1964, 1967
2. Harold A. Adams, "The Sheltered Workshop in Troy," 1976
3. Harold Adams & Walter Balk, "An Analysis of the Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation," 1968
4. Carlos Alberto Astiz, "The Changing Face of Latin American Higher Education " 1967
5. Walter L. Balk et al, editors, "Administering State Government Productivity
Improvement Guidelines" Workshop, Sept. 23-25, 1974
6. Walter L. Balk editor, "Motivating State Government Productivity Improvement
Programs," Workshop, Nov. 18-30, 1974
7. Bernard H. Budmen, "The Jones Island Case," 1977
8. Raymond Cox, "Administrative Questions in Legislative Reform" 1981
9. "Final Report: Employment Opportunities for the Elderly," circa 1977
10. Douglas Fisher, "Expectations, the Term Structure of Interest Rates and Recent British Experience,” 1966
11. Jack E. Ge@fand, "The Credit Elasticity of Lower-Middle Income Housing Demand," 1966
13. “GSPA Romantic Relations in Organizations: 3rd Party Observer - A Survey,” 1975
14. GSPA Survey "Romantic Relations in Organizations 3d Party Observer's View" 1975
15. James Heaphey, editor, Legislative Security Monograph #7, 1972
16. Byron T Hipple, "The Constitution and the State's Social Services," 1967
17. Alvin Magid, "Dimensions of Administrative Role & Conflict Resolution Among Local Officials in N. Nigeria," 1967
18. Richard 1. Nunez, "Adjudication of Moving Traffic Violations in NYC," 1976
19. Orville F. Poland, "California State Finances," 1966
20. Frank W. Prescott & Joseph F. Zimmerman, "The Council of Revision...," 1973
21. Robert I. Quinn, "Design & Delivery: The Dilemma at Eleanor Roosevelt," 1976
22. Robert E. Quinn & John Rohrbaugh, "A Spatial Model of Effectiveness Criteria...," 1981
23. Donald J. Reeb, "An Inquiry in the Economic Goal Structure of Urban Affairs," 1966
24. James A. Riedel, "Boss & Faction ", 1964
25. Morris Schaefer, "The Health Manpower Crisis: Cause or Symptom," 1967
26. James A. Riedel, "Boss & Function ", 1964 GSPA Reprint Series, 1966
27. Dr. Robert Rienow, "Man Against His Environment," Television Series, 1969
28. Robert Rienow, "Man Against His Environment" SUNY Television Series, 1969
29. Rockefeller College Resource Guide for Human Service Professionals on Homelessness Resource Guide Series l circa 1986
30. E. S. Savas, "Snow Emergency in NYC," 1976
31. Jay M. Shafritz, "Solid Waste Management in Synonym City: A Case Study," 1976
32. Robert M. Stout, "Working Sources in Public Law" 1975 GSPA Working Sources
in Public Law,” 1976
33. Robert Stout, editor, “Local Government In-Service Training,” 1968
34. Troy R. Westmeyer & Meg C. Rorer, "College for the Disadvantaged," 1976
35. Theodore P. Wright, Jr., "The Muslim League in South India Since Independence: A Study in Minority Group Political Strategy,” 1966
36. Theodore Wright, Jr., “The Dar-us-Salam Case in Hyderbad National Integration & Modern Judicial Procedures," 1966
37. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Chaos or Correction ", 1966
38. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Executive Secretary Plan in Massachusetts," 1967
39. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Metropolitan Ecumenism: The Road to the Promised Land ",
1967
40. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "On the Other Hand", 1966
41. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Metropolitan Ecumenism: Return to the Promised Land ", 1967
42. Joseph F Zimmerman, “Pre-Employment Physical Examination ", 1965
43. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Representative Town Meeting", 1966
44. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "The Open Town Meeting: A Tenacious Institution," 1965
45. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "State Agencies for Local Affairs: The Institutionalization of State Assistance to Local Government," 1968
46. Joseph F Zimmerman, “Town Manager Plan in Massachusetts," 1966
47. Joseph F. Zimmerman, "Twentieth Century Selectmen " 1966, GSPA Reprint Series 1966-1967 (21 items)
48. Joseph F Zimmerman, "Whither Town Government," 1966
49. Joseph F. Zimmerman & Mary E. Snyder, "New Trends in Area Planning," 1967


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Series 8: Hannah B. Applebaum Files, 1963-1970

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1. H. Applebaum, 1963-1965
2. H. Applebaum, 1966-1967
3. H. Applebaum, 1967 - Folder is in Oversized Box 3
4. H. Applebaum, 1968 H. Applebaum, 1969
5. H. Applebaum, 1970 - Folder is in Oversized Box 3
6. H. Applebaum, 1971 - Folder is in Oversized Box 3.
7. H. Applebaum - Faculty Meetings, 1965-66
8. H. Applebaum - Faculty Meetings, 1967
9. H. Applebaum - Faculty Meetings, 1968 - Folder is in Oversized Box 3
10. H. Applebaum - Faculty Meetings, 1969
11. H. Applebaum Files, Miscellaneous, 1963-70
12. H. Applebaum Files - Official Memos, 1966-67


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Series 9: Murray Nathan Files, circa 1946-60

Box 1 (continued)
Folder

Note: Murry Nathan’s Files share the H. Applebaum box.

1. 0 & M 2, circa 1946-59
2. 0 & M 3 Production Planning, 1946-52
3. 0 & M 4 Organization, 1946-52
4. 0 & M 5 Surveys & Reports Operation Audit, 1946-53
5. 0 & M 6 The Human Element, 1946-55, 1960
6. 0 & M 7 Management Controls Measurement Cost & Analysis Audit, 1946-53 - Folder in Oversized Box 3
7. 0 & M 7a Management Controls cont. Work Measurement, circa 1946-53
8. 0 & M 8 Administrative Issuances & Forms Including Procedures & Manuals, circa 1946-53
9. 0 & M 8a Forms, circa 1946-53
10. 0 & M 9 Records & Files Communication Business Machinery Space, circa 1946-7 - Folder in Oversized Box 3
11. 0 & M 10 Interagency Records & Administration Conference (Federal), 1949-50


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Series 10: Student Research Papers, 1962-1971, 1975

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GSPA Research Papers & Studies
1. __________, "FCC & Public Interest Regarding the Passage of the All-Channel TV Receiver Legislation," circa 1963
2. ___________, "The Clearing & Snagging Project of Oneonta, NY...," circa 1964
GSPA Masters Essays
3. ___________, "School Desegregation in Albany" 1969
GSPA Research Essay - Public Affairs
4. ___________, "Civilian Review Boards: An American Dilemma", 1965
GSPA Research Essay - Political Economy
5. ___________, "The Full Employment Budget", 1966
6. ___________, "Medicare: Selected Macroeconomic & Microeconomic Implications," 1966
7. ___________, "The Contribution of Fixed Point Theorems to the Proofs of Existence of Solutions for General Completion Economic Equilibrium," 1969
8. ___________, "A Study of District 50, UMWA," February 1968
9. ___________, "Revenue Estimating in the NYS Department of Taxation & Financing," 1966
10. __________, "A Role for Forestry in Economic Government," 1966
GSPA Research Essay - Political Science
11. _________, "NYS Public Employment Labor Relations Under the Taylor Law," June 19, 1968
12. _________, "The Role a Political Party Can Play in National Integration: A Case Study of the Alliance," 1966
13. _________, "Daniel Deleon, American Marxist," August 1968
14. _________, "Foundations of Power in 20 Century Iran," 1966
15. _________, "The Nature of the Appeal of The Assembly of Captive European Nations A Foreign Policy Interest Group," 1966
16. _________, "Personnel Issues in the Administration of Federally Aided Assistance Programs," 1966
17. _________, "Soviet National Policy & the Sino Soviet Dispute," 1968
18. _________, "The Revival of the Community: A Reaction to Elitist-Pluralist Community Studies & on the Application of the Perspective of the Public Problems Process," 1968
19. _________, "Participation as a Factor in the Political Development of a One-Party Dominant State: Mexico," 1966
20. _________, "The Determination of Necessity," 1966
21. _________, "Unshared Self Images & French American Relations," 1966
GSPA Research Paper - Political Science
22. _________, "Factors Promoting Effective State Government: The State
of New York," June 7, 1967
GSPA Research Study - Political Science
23. _________, "A Study of Task Orientations of Chairman of Majority & Minority Political Parties," November 1969
GSPA Research Essay
24. _________, "Subsidies: An Annotated Bibliography," 1966
25. _________, "Religion, Politics & Social Change" 1967
26. _________, "Great Politics: The Sublimation of the Political," June 1967
27. _________, "Economic Impact of Federal Installations on Public Schools: An Evaluation of Public Law 81-874 - A Case Study," 1969
28. _________, "The Impact of the US Foreign Agricultural Trade Policy on the Developing Nations," 1969 (2 copies)
29. _________, "The Growth Potential of Counties in NYS," August 13, 1971
GSPA Research Papers
30. "Personnel Administration in the State of NY" Vol 1. Spring 1967
31. "Personnel Administration in the State of NY" Vol. 2 Spring 1967
GSPA Master's Thesis - Political Science
32. __________, "The Effect of International Trusteeship Upon the Political Development of Tanganyika," 1966
33. __________, "Service, Salience & the Submarine: An Analysis of Constituency Influence on Representation," October 25, 1968
34. __________, "Gov. Rockefeller & Assembly Republicans, 1959-65: A Roll Call Analysis of 'Noe' Votes in NYS," circa 1967
35. __________, "Inconsistency in Indian Policy Hyderbad & GOA," 1966
36. __________, "Urban Renewal in Mapleview: Analysis of Decisions," 1966
Student Papers on Federal Programs
37. Vol. I "Social Services & Revenue Sharing" - PA 500 Class - Spring, 1975
38. Vol. 2 "Regulatory, Agricultural & Misc. Programs" - PA 500 Class - Spring, 1975
Miscellaneous student papers
39. ______________, “Selected Bibliography of Books on Asian Government & Politics since 1947 - 1966,”
40. ______________, Working Notes for Speech, "Administrative Adjudication in Social Welfare," 1966


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Oversized Items

This is a separate listing of folders housed in oversized boxes. Folders in the Oversized boxes are also included in the full box and folder list above, with a note regarding their location in an oversized box.

Oversized Box 1

Budget Requests, 1982-3, 1983-4
Budget Requests, 1981-82, 1982-83
Budget, 1979-80
Budget, 1978-9
Budget, 1977-78
Budget, 1974-75
Temporary Service-Allocation Plan, 1972-3
Budget Material, 1971-3.
Administrative Salaries, 1969-70
Dean's Council, 1982
GSPA Council, 1984
GSPA Council, 1983-84
Fall Admissions & Enrollment, 1981-1982
Enrollment Planning, 1979-83
Enrollments & Workload Analysis, 1971-3
Faculty Exchange, 1978-81
Status & Promotion, 1967-75
Committee on Promotion & Continuing Appointment, 1971-4
Faculty Memos, 1980-83

Oversized Box 2

Assistantships & Fellowships, 1980-81
GSPA, 1964-1968, 1979
Meeting, 2/26/1974
Validity of the States in Our Federal System - Mr. Joe Persico Governor's Office, 1972-3 Scheduling, Fall 1977
GSPA Faculty Reading Lists, Fall 1967, 1968, 1971
International Programs, 1969-81
Institutional Research, 1975-83
Dean's Day File - Political Science Department, 1976-77
Dean's Day File - Political Science Department, 1975-6
Public Administration Department, Spring Schedule, 1976
Fall 1975 Schedule, Public Administration Department
Dean's Day File, Public Administration Department, 1976-77
Dean's Day File, Public Administration Department, 1975-6
Dean's Day File, Public Affairs, 1972-4
GSPA Student & Faculty Survey Questionnaires, 4/1973

Oversized Box 3

Revised MA Program in Public Affairs, 1971-2
Running Records, Letters of Inquiry (Public Affairs), 1971.
Programs, Schedules & Course Descriptions, Correspondence - Public Affairs Program, 1975-6 Center for Women in Government (CWIG), 1981-3 IPPA, 1973-5
Institute for Government and Policy Studies (IGPS), 1987
H. Applebaum, 1971
H. Applebaum, 1970
H. Applebaum, 1967
H. Applebaum - Faculty Meetings, 1968
M. Nathan Files - 0 & M 7 Management Controls Measurement Cost & Analysis Audit, 1946-53
M. Nathan Files - 0 & M 9 Records & Files Communication Business Machinery Space, circa 1946-7


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