UAlbany Presidential Offices

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Includes correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to academic planning and development from the subject files of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Planning and Development. Material relates to the offices responsibilities for the improvement freshmen education, the Intensive English Language Program, interest in and the need for part-time study for disabled students in the Capital District; the Suburban Scholastic Council High School-College Partnership; and the Five Center Computer proposal. The office was created in 1985 and its functions dispersed in 1987.

3 cubic ft. (about 3 boxes)

This collection contains materials related to administration of the University at Albany and was created by the Assistant to the President.

11.16 cubic ft. (about 11.16 boxes)

Records of Miriam Trementozzi document the University at Albany, SUNY's numerous public and community outreach efforts.

3.0 cubic ft. (about 3.0 boxes)

Contains studies and reports on the State University of New York at Albany based on research conducted by the Office of Institutional Research.

5.5 cubic ft. (about 5.5 boxes)

This collection holds the meeting minutes of the executive committe of the State Normal school who were appointed by the Board of Regents to run the administration of the school.

0.48 cubic ft. (about 0.48 boxes)

Records of the Director of Planning, a position that reported to the President and was responsible for coordinating the three-year and master planning process across the University.

1.66 cubic ft. (about 1.66 boxes)

Contains committee records pertaining to the revision of faculty tenure policies and procedures during the 1973-1974 academic year.

0.83 cubic ft. (about 0.83 boxes)

Contains documents related to the Special Committee tasked with revising undergraduate curriculum during the 1976-1977 academic year.

0.97 cubic ft. (about 0.97 boxes)

Records from the Senior Assistant to the President, Susan Supple.

0.75 cubic ft. (about 0.75 boxes)