Guide to the Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, Wesley W. Posvar, Administrative Files, 1967-1991 UA.2.10.1967-1991

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, Wesley W. Posvar, Administrative Files
Creator
University of Pittsburgh. Chancellor.
Collection Number
UA.2.10.1967-1991
Date
1967-1991
Extent
180.4 linear feet (433 boxes)
Abstract
This collection comprises material pertaining to all aspects of Wesley Posvar's administration as Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh from 1967 to 1991. Topics of interest include student unrest in the 1960s and 1970s, the growing role of medical research within the University, affirmative action and the University's interest in international studies.

Preferred Citation

Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, Wesley W. Posvar, Administrative Files, 1967-1991, UA.2.10.1967-1991, University Archives, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Biography

Wesley Wentz Posvar was born in Topeka, Kansas, on September 14, 1925, and was raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he graduated first in the class of 1946, before serving as an aircraft test pilot. Posvar won a Rhodes Scholarship, attending Oxford University where he earned Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in philosophy, politics and economics. His first teaching position was at West Point from 1951 to 1954 before joining the long-range planning program at the Air Force headquarters in the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. In 1957 Posvar became a professor of political science at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. From 1962 to 1964, he was a Littauer Fellow at Harvard’s Graduate School of Public Administration, where he earned a Master of Public Administration degree and a Ph.D. in political science.

In addition to his role as a professor, Posvar was chairman of the Division of Social Sciences at the Air Force Academy when he was contacted in 1966 about the position of Chancellor at the University of Pittsburgh. On January 13, 1967, after a quick but rigorous interview process, the University’s Trustees announced that Posvar would become the Chancellor of the University on June 1, 1967. Posvar was the first Chancellor to live at the Chancellor’s residence on Devonshire Street, which was donated to the University by Leon Falk just prior to Posvar’s selection.

Chancellor Posvar used the new state appropriated funds resulting from the University’s 1966 state-related school designation to provide for the general operation of the University while private and corporate donations were used to promote programs at which Pitt would excel. With an eye toward long-range planning and control over the budget, Posvar was also able to repay the University’s debt in 1976. During his time as Chancellor, the University created several new academic units, including the Honors College, University Center for International Studies, and the University Center for Social and Urban Research, to reflect Posvar’s emphasis on a more diverse and accomplished campus that benefited the regional community.

Posvar focused the University on research as a means of gaining prominence. In 1973 he hired Dr. Thomas Detre to head the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC), where Detre began to invest the clinic’s revenue back into WPIC research. This method proved successful and Detre was tasked with implementing the model throughout the hospitals of the University’s Medical and Health Care Division, becoming the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 1990. However, as Pitt developed into a research and medical center, faculty in the arts and sciences felt that their departments and undergraduate education were taking a backseat to these new initiatives and they took a vote of no-confidence in Posvar during the Spring of 1990. Other minor scandals, including irregularities in donations made to the Department of Athletics, disagreements about whether property taxes should be paid on the Chancellor’s residence, and Posvar’s retirement package, marred the last few years of his term as Chancellor. Posvar retired as Chancellor in July 1991.

In addition to his work at the University of Pittsburgh, Posvar served in leadership roles in a number of organizations, such as: the Federal Emergency Management Advisory Board, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, World Society for Ekistics, U.S. Space Foundation, and the International Studies Association. Posvar also served as an advisor to the federal government on foreign intelligence, aviation, and national emergency telecommunications.

Posvar was married to Mildred Miller, an internationally known mezzo-soprano opera singer, and was father to a son, Wesley William, and two daughters, Marina and Lisa. In May 2000, Pitt named its largest campus classroom building, the Forbes Quadrangle, Wesley W. Posvar Hall. Posvar died on July 27, 2001, in Ligonier, Pa.

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Scope and Content Notes

This collection contains a large amount of material pertaining to all aspects of Wesley Posvar's administration as Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh from 1967 to 1991. In 1984 Posvar changed his title from Chancellor to President, but the office and duties remained the same.

The majority of this collection is comprised of correspondence, but other records include reports, press releases, articles, and speeches. The first twenty-four record groups of the collection reflect each academic year that Posvar was Chancellor and these records were maintained in the order in which they were filed by the Office of the Chancellor. While extensive records were transferred to the University Archives for Academic Years 1968 through 1981 and 1991, the amount of material present for Academic Years 1982 to 1990 is limited. Folders from 1968 to 1981 also often include a scope note that lists many of the documents found in that folder.

Record Group XXV contains additional material from throughout the first twenty-four record groups. Record Group XXVI contains subject files on the Chancellor's residence, faculty unionization efforts, minority recruitment, long-range planning, speeches, and the Medical and Health Care Division of the University, among others. Record Group XXVII contains minutes and agenda from Executive and Senior Staff meetings and Record Group XXVIII contains chronological files of correspondence from 1971 to 1978 and July 1983 to July 1991.

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Arrangement

Record Groups I through XXIV each represent one fiscal year of Posvar's term as Chancellor and the files within each record group were maintained in the original Chancellor's Office filing scheme, which organized documents by subject matter. The filing system for a typical year is as follows:

1.0. Academic Programs (Provost, Schools and other academic departments)

2.0 Athletics (Athletic Director, Sports teams, Pitt Band, Varsity Letter Club)

3.0 University Boards, Committees and Memberships (Board of Trustees, University Senate, Institutions where the University was a member, Organizations where the Chancellor served in a leadership role, University committees of which the Chancellor was a member)

4.0. Administration and Planning (Facilities, Finance, Planning and Budget, Personnel)

5.0. Office of the Chancellor (Activities, Events and Speeches of Chancellor Posvar)

6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs (Alumni Affairs, Public Relations, Government Relations, University News and Publications)

7.0. Student Affairs (Student Activities and Organizations, Admissions and Aid, Commencement, Homecoming, Scholarships and Awards)

8.0. Miscellaneous (Additional boards, centers and other matters, including Black Studies and the State Board of Education)

This arrangement was fairly consistent from 1969 until fiscal year 1984, when it was replaced by a new filing scheme.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

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Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Acquisition Information

Deposited by the Office of the Chancellor in several transfers during the 1980s and 1990s.

Processing Information

This collection was previously inventoried by Archives Service Center staff and the finding aid was created by Zachary Brodt in 2016.

Approximately eight linear feet of material have yet to be processed and are not currently represented in this finding aid.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • University of Pittsburgh. Chancellor.

Personal Name(s)

  • Posvar, Wesley Wentz, 1925-2001

Subject(s)

  • Universities and colleges -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh -- Administration
  • Universities and colleges -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh -- Records and correspondence
  • University of Pittsburgh

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Previous Citation

Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, Wesley W. Posvar, Administrative Files, 1967-1991, UA.2.10.1967-1991, University of Pittsburgh Archives

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Collection Inventory

Recordgrp  I. Academic Year 1967/68 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1967-1968 

Series  1.0. Academic Programs, 1967-1968 

  BoxFolder
Academic Programs - General 11.0.

Series  1.1. Academic and Professional Schools and Centers, 1967-1968 

Subseries  1.1.0. Academic and Professional Schools and Centers - General 

  Folder
Membership List of the Graduate Faculty for The Academic Disciplines 1.1

Subseries  1.1.1. College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 

  Folder
CAS - General 1.1.1

Academic Integrity Guidelines for the School of Liberal Arts; Pitt student, Paula Molnick, wins first place in short story category of the Atlantic Monthly; Report of “Liberal Arts Cabinet, 1966-1967"; Department of Political Science recommends "Full Graduate Faculty Status" for Dr. Posvar; Report: "Chancellor's Meeting with the staff of the School of Liberal Arts"; Report: "The School of the Liberal Arts for the Academic Year, 1966-1967"; Establishment of Faculty of Arts and Sciences with Professor David Halliday as Dean; and Memo from Dr. Halliday explaining new arrangement of FAS with Organization Chart.

  Folder
Division of Humanities and Division of Natural Sciences 1.1.1.1 and 1.1.1.2

Letter from Chairmen of Humanities expressing concern of future welfare of Humanities; Permanent appointment of the Andrew Mellon Professor of English; and Curriculum Vitae of possible candidates: Osborne B. Hardison Jr., Joseph Hillis Miller, and Albert C. Hamilton.

  Folder
Division of Social Sciences 1.1.1.3

Proposed establishment of a Bureau of Psychological Services; Dr. George Peter Murdoch, Anthropology Department, awarded Wilbur Lucius Cross Medal by Yale University; Outline and objectives of the National Institute of Mental Health Objectives of the Department of Psychology; and Comment of "Committee on Evaluation of the Department of Psychology."

Subseries  1.1.2. Graduate School of Business 

  Folder
Reports and Booklets 1.1.2

"Management Programs for Executives"; "The Graduate School of Business Position"; and "Management Programs for Executives" 38th and 39th sessions.

Subseries  1.1.3. School of Education 

  Folder
School of Education - General 1.1.3

The need to broaden graduate programs (especially math and natural sciences) for teachers in Pittsburgh Schools; Teacher education programs receive program approval from Department of Public Instruction of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Letter of recognition of excellence accorded the School of Education by Kettering Foundation for educational researchers in the public schools; Proposals under Education Professions Development Act; Proposal for establishment of formal consortium of Schools/College of Education for Penn State, Temple and Pitt with draft of Constitution and By-Laws; and Consortium among Pittsburgh schools, Diocesan schools, Pitt and other institutions of higher education in this area.

Subseries  1.1.4. School of Engineering 

  Folder
School of Engineering - General 1.1.4

Analysis of difference between "science" and "engineering" by Dean H.E. Hoelscher; Notes on School of Engineering by Dean Hoelscher; "Pitt" release: "Pitt Engineering School Announces Curriculum Revision"; and Accreditation by ECPD of engineering programs at Pitt.

  Folder
Weidlein Chair 1.1.4.1

Establishment of Edward Ray Weidlein (Professor of Environmental Engineering) Chair, a gift from Lt. Gen. Richard K. and Mrs. Mellon to the School of Engineering.

  Folder
Gwilym A. Price Lectures 1.1.4.2

Subseries  1.1.5. College of General Studies (CGS) 

  Folder
CGS - General 1.1.5

The need for a broader educational opportunity for part-time graduate study and a Letter from Dean Viers Adams regarding better utilization of facilities for night classes.

Subseries  1.1.6 & 1.1.7. School of Law and Graduate School of Library and Information Science 

  Folder
Law Degree Change and GSLIS Report 1.1.6-1.1.7

The LLB degree changed to the J.D. degree, with correspondence recommending the change in law degree.

Subseries  1.1.8. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) 

  Folder
GSPIA - General 1.1.8

"Background Thoughts on Urban Affairs and Pitt"; GSPIA's Activities Focused on Improving Conditions of Negroes; GSPIA's Fall Assembly Speaker; Survey Report of the Graduate Council on Education in Public Administration; Preliminary Thoughts on International Studies at Pitt; and Urban Proposal to the Mellon Foundation.

Subseries  1.1.9. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) 

  Folder
Proposal for Undergraduate Programs in Social Work 1.1.9

Subseries  1.1.10. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC) 

  Folder
LRDC - General 1.1.10.

LRDC Board of Visitors Meeting, December 8-9, 1967; "LRDC at University of Pittsburgh" booklet; and Proposal for an Educational Research Faculty submitted by LRDC, March, 1968.

Subseries  1.1.12. Space Research and Coordination Center (SRCC) 

  BoxFolder
SRCC - General 21.1.12

"Arms Control & Strategic Weapons Utilities"; Copy of "Memorandum of Understanding between University of Pittsburgh and National Aeronautics and Space Administration"; Telegram advising Pitt of NASA Research Grant; Dean H. E. Hoelscher named Director of Space Research Coordination Center at Pitt, replacing Dean David Halllday; Facilities Grant NsG (F) -13; and Report and a Proposal for a Supplement to NASA Grant – NsG-416, August 1, 1967 to July 31, 1970.

Subseries  1.1.13, 1.1.14 & 1.1.15. Graduate Center for Public Works, Knowledge Availability Systems Center, and Social Science Information Center 

  Folder
GCPW, KASC and SSIC Correspondence 1.1.13-1.1.15

Subseries  1.1.16 & 1.1.17. University Science Center and Faculty of Arts and Sciences 

  Folder
Reports and Proposal 1.1.16-1.1.17

A proposal to establish a Research Park, the Pittsburgh Science Center; correspondence; and USC Report to the Board of Directors, April 19, 1968.

Series  1.2. Health Professions, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Report of Study Concerning Allied Health Professions, September 1967 1.2
  Folder
School of Dentistry, School of Medicine and College of Pharmacy 1.2.1-1.2.4

Salk Hall of the Health Professions for Dentistry and Pharmacy, Dedication Book, 1967

  Folder
Graduate School of Public Health 1.2.5

Correspondence regarding funds for University-wide Center for Comprehensive Health Planning. Correspondence and Curriculum Vita of Richard A. Prindle, M.D. as prospective Dean, GSPH.

  Folder
Health Law Center 1.2.6

Letter regarding Sale of Pennsylvania Statute Tapes; Memo: "The Health Law Center and the Aspen Corporation"; Letter regarding proposed sale of assets to the Aspen Corp.; and Report on "Air Force Project LITE".

  Folder
Comprehensive Health Planning 1.2.7

Letters to begin planning for development of Academic Training, Studies and Demonstrations in Comprehensive Health Planning. "Hospitals and Comprehensive Health Planning Report."

Series  1.3. International Programs, 1967-1968 

  Folder
International Programs - General 1.3

"Proposed Structure of the International Dimension in the New Organization" Progress Report; "University of Pittsburgh International Dimensions" Booklet; Correspondence on International Programs for Central University, Quito, Ecuador, Guatemala and Nigeria; Liberian President William V.S. Tubman Visit; Annual Report to the Ford Foundation on International Activities at Pitt; and Summary of International Activities in the Professional Schools.

Series  1.4. Graduate Programs, 1967-1968 

  Folder
"An Assessment of Quality in Graduate Education" by A. M. Carter 1.4

Series  1.5 & 1.6. Grading Systems and American Council on Education's Academic Internship Program, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Change in Grading System and ACE Internship 1.5-1.6

Series  1.7. Urban Programs, 1967-1968 

  BoxFolder
Urban Programs - General 31.7

"The University's Urban Programs" report to the Chancellor, November 1967; University Programs for the Culturally Disadvantaged — Interim Report (University-Community Educational Programs); "The Pittsburgh Survey: A Social Science Research Program and Proposal"; Statement from Dr. Posvar to Pitt students regarding race relations within the University; Negro Educational Emergency Drive (NEED) Urban Programs; "Ghetto Projects"; Establishment of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Scholarship and Fellowship Fund; Proposal to the University of Pittsburgh in the Current Racial Crisis; "Urban Government for Urban America"; Milton Eisenhower letter; and "A Plan for Social Justice Programs with Selected Examples."

Series  1.8. National Science Foundation - Science Development Program (NSF-SDP) Site Visit, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Correspondence Regarding Site Visit 1.8

Series  1.9. Cooperative PhD Program with Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Correspondence Regarding Cooperative PhD Program 1.9

Series  1.10 & 1.11. Continuing Education for Women and Pitt-Hong Kong University Cooperative Agreement, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Caryl Kline Position in University and Clippings on Visit of Vice Chancellor of Chinese University of Hong Kong 1.10-1.11

Series  1.13, 1.14 & 1.15. Republicans Speak on Vital Problems (RSVP) Program, Department of Defense Project Themis, and Proposed Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Correspondence and Reports 1.13-1.15

Series  1.16. Regional Campuses, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Regional Campuses - General 1.16

"Policy Guidance" for Regional Campuses and a statement of University of Pittsburgh on The Heald-Hobson Report.

  Folder
Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown and Titusville Campuses 1.16.1-1.16.4

Series  1.17. International Programs, 1967-1968 

  Folder
International Programs Reports 1.17

Gardner Report, "AID and the Universities"; "Pitt Ecuador Project Ending" article; Annual report to Ford Foundation on International Activities of University of Pittsburgh; Establishment of the University Center for International Studies; Report of Chancellor's Committee on Reorganization of the International Dimension of the University of Pittsburgh; and "End of Contract Report - University of Pittsburgh, June 30, 1968" with Central University, Quito, Ecuador.

Series  1.18. Message to Students, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Message to Students on the New Urban and Black Studies Programs and Policies 1.18

Series  1.19. Pittsburgh Conference on Urban Organization, November 15, 1967 

  Folder
Pittsburgh Conference on Urban Organization 1.19

Subgrp  2.0. Administrative Management, 1967-1968 

Series  2.1. Policy Manuals, 1967-1968 

  BoxFolder
Policies Regarding Drugs, Computer Use, Discrimination and the Use of Private Social Clubs for University Functions 42.1

Series  2.2. Planning and Administrative Information, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Problems of University Planning, Organization and Administration 2.2
  Folder
Management Information System 2.2.1
  Folder
Program-Budget Systems and Long-Range Planning and Analysis 2.2.2-2.2.3

Plans to develop a planning-programming-budgeting system covering the academic area.

  Folder
Intra-University Communications 2.2.4

"Improving Intra-University Communications". Annual Report to the Kellogg Foundation by the Interuniversity Communications Council (EDUCOM).

  Folder
INTRACOM 2.2.5

Formation of a group of key members of the University staff who are most knowledgeable in the communications sciences and would thus be known as "intracom".

  Folder
Comprehensive Facilities Planning Program 2.2.6

"Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Higher Education Facilities - Comprehensive Planning (1967)". Confirmation of approval of grant for comprehensive facilities planning program.

Series  2.3. Organization and Functions, 1967-1968 

Subseries  2.3. Organization and Functions - General 

  Folder
Reorganization Proposals 2.3

New Divisional arrangement of FAS; Reorganization letter from Dr. Posvar to Faculty and Staff, September 15, 1967. Proposed organization chart, July 17, 1967; and "The Organization of the University of Pittsburgh" Report by Heald, Hobson and Associates, July 17, 1967.

Subseries  2.3.1 & 2.3.2. Organization of the University and Office of the Chancellor 

  Folder
Organization Charts for the University and Office of the Chancellor 2.3.1-2.3.2
  Folder
Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and Secretary of the University 2.3.2.1-2.3.2.2
  Folder
Director of Athletics 2.3.2.3

NCAA By-Laws, Article 6, Section 2, relative to use of funds for the recruitment and entertainment of prospective athletes.

  Folder
Assistant to the Chancellor 2.3.2.4

Areas of responsibility for Helen P. Rush; Brochure on Heinz Chapel; and "Experimental Secretarial Program" report.

Subseries  2.3.3. Provost of the University 

  Folder
Provost of the University - General 2.3.3

Charles H. Peake appointed Provost; Final Committee Report and Recommendation of Provost Search Committee, May 10, 1968 (returned to Chancellor’s office per their request 11/12/80); Organization Chart for Provost Office; Copy of Draft Prospectus, "The Experimental College" from S. Gow to Peake, February 23, 1968.

  Folder
College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and CAS Division of the Humanities 2.3.3.1-2.3.3.1a

Establishment of a Faculty of Arts and Sciences with Prof. David Halliday as Dean; FAS Organization Chart; and Duties of Dr. Putnam F. Jones.

  Folder
Graduate School of Business 2.3.3.2

Memo': "Undergraduate Business Education"; "Proposed Objectives for a Graduate School of Business Administration" adopted by faculty, 1958; "An Open letter to the applicants for the Master of Business Administration Program at Pitt's Graduate School of Business"; "Advantages of a 3-term (11 month) Program for the Graduate School of Business"; and Report of Viewers.

  Folder
School of Education 2.3.3.3

"The Preparation of Educational Leaders," Fall, 1967. Policy statement for student teachers in case of strikes or other work stoppage, February 1968.

  Folder
School of Engineering 2.3.3.4

Proposed change of name from School of Engineering to College of Engineering; "The 5-Year Growth Policy for Engineering," January 18, 1968; Correspondence regarding alleged bribery solicitation; Construction of a new School of Engineering; and Statement on present Mining Engineering Degree option and why a change is necessary.

  Folder
School of General Studies 2.3.3.5

Ways and means to increase enrollment in the School of General Studies.

  Folder
School of Law 2.3.3.6

Draft of "Responsibility for the Health Law Center and Related Activities," August 9, 1967

  Folder
Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences 2.3.3.7

Statistics of member libraries of Pittsburgh Regional Library Center. Grant from Office of HEW to begin preparations to conduct an Institute for Training in Librarianship.

  Folder
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs 2.3.3.8

"Education for Development Administrators: Character, Form, Content and Curriculum," January 19, 1967

  Folder
Learning Research and Development Center and the Center for the Philosophy of Science 2.3.3.10-2.3.3.11

Plans for LRDC Building.

  Folder
Space Research Coordination Center 2.3.3.12-2.3.3.14

Dean H. E. Hoelscher appointed as Director of SRCC. Request of an additional grant from A. W. Mellon Foundation to continue support.

Subseries  2.3.4. Vice Chancellor for Finance 

  Folder
Vice Chancellor for Finance, Treasurer of the University and Director of Planning Organization Charts and Appointments 2.3.4, 2.3.4.1, 2.3.4.6

Edison Montgomery accepts position of Vice Chancellor for Finance; Copy of "Conflict of Interest"; and Organization Chart. July 25 Pitt article regarding David Smith appointed new Pitt Treasurer.

Subseries  2.3.5. Vice Chancellor for Health Professions 

  Folder
Vice Chancellor for Health Professions - General 2.3.5

Possibility of establishing an "Allied Health Service School" in Johnstown. Pitt article "Grant Aids Medical, Dental Technology Programs at Pitt."

  Folder
School of Medicine 2.3.5.2

New salary scales for the School of Medicine.

  Folder
Graduate School of Public Health 2.3.5.5

Dr. Waldo L. Treuting appointed Professor and Head of Department of Public Health Practice at Pitt's Graduate School of Public Health. Pitt loans Dr. Treuting to Allegheny County to become new Director of the Health Department for a period of 12 months, effective September 1, 1967.

  Folder
Health Law Center 2.3.5.6

"The Health Law Center and the Aspen Corp." and "Responsibilities for the Health Law Center and Related Activities."

  BoxFolder
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 52.3.5.7

WPIC Annual Report, 1966-1967; Budget for WPIC, 1967-1968; Correspondence regarding Arsenal Family and Children's Center; Progress Report: "The Maurice Falk-WPIC/Social/Community Psychiatry/Behavioral Science Curriculum Development Program," 1967-1968.

Subseries  2.3.6. Vice Chancellor for Program Development and Public Affairs 

  Folder
Vice Chancellor for Program Development and Public Affairs - General 2.3.6

Correspondence of Development and Planning and Organization Chart.

  Folder
Directors of News and Publications, Development and Alumni Affairs, University of Pittsburgh Press, and Special Contracts (Federal) 2.3.6.1-2.3.6.5

Awards given to Pitt writers for special publications.

Subseries  2.3.7. Dean of Student Affairs 

  Folder
Dean of Student Affairs Reports 2.3.7

"Statement on Confidentiality of Student Records"; "Establishing a University Housing Office"; "A Change for Pitt"; and "Coordination and Specification of Responsibilities of Residence Hall Administration and Management."

  Folder
Director of the Student Union 2.3.7.6

The Student Union to be housed in Schenley Hall; Project Proposal: "Development of a Union for the Oakland Campus," November 1967; and Reorganization and title change to "Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs."

Subseries  2.3.8. Director of Communications 

  Folder
Organization Chart 2.3.8

Series  2.4. University Membership in Collegian Organizations, 1967-1968 

  Folder
List of University Membership and Educational Associations 2.4
  Folder
Association of American Universities (AAU) 2.4.1
  Folder
Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 2.4.2
  Folder
Association of American Colleges 2.4.3
  Folder
American Council on Education 2.4.4
  Folder
Middle States Association of College and Secondary Schools 2.4.5
  Folder
National Administrators Association for Federal Education Programs 2.4.6
  Folder
Center for Research Libraries 2.4.8
  Folder
American Association of Independent College and University Presidents (AAICUP) 2.4.9
  Folder
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 2.4.12

Series  2.5. Regional Campuses, 1967-1968 

  BoxFolder
Regional Campuses - General 62.5

Objectives for Study of Off-Campus Centers; Correspondence on the Regional Campuses; and Report to Pennsylvania State Board of Education entitled "Off Campus Centers in Pennsylvania," March 31, 1967.

  Folder
Bradford 2.5.1

Land acquisition for Bradford Campus and Bradford Advisory Board.

  Folder
Greensburg 2.5.2

Greensburg Campus Progress Report, Finances, and Advisory Board.

  Folder
Johnstown 2.5.3

Article on unique heating plant at Johnstown campus; Johnstown Regional Campus Statistics; Formal Dedication of Johnstown Campus; and Dedication book, newspaper clippings of dedication, and guest list for dedication dinner. Conferral of Honorary Degree on General Dwight D. Eisenhower and correspondence from General Eisenhower with letter of acceptance for degree.

  Folder
Titusville 2.5.4

Titusville Regional Campus Statistics and Advisory Board.

Series  2.6. Reorganization, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Correspondence and Reports Regarding University Reorganization 2.6

"The Organization of the University of Pittsburgh" report submitted by Heald, Hobson and Associates; Reconstruction of Academic Disciplines Area to establish a Faculty of Arts and Sciences; and organizational charts.

Series  2.7. Libraries, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Reports and Pittsburgh Regional Library Center By-laws 2.7

Pittsburgh Regional Library Center By-Laws; Hillman Library furnishings; Plan for a Divisional Library System at Pitt; Development Program for Pitt Libraries, December 1966; and Report of the Director of University Libraries, 1966-1967.

Series  2.8. Development, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Development - General 2.8

Draft report: "Alumni Annual Giving Fund"; Long-range plans for fund raising; and Charter Council reports.

  Folder
William Pitt Associates 2.8.1

Series  2.9. Planning, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Planning - General 2.9

Correspondence and "A Master Plan for Higher Education in Pennsylvania," January 1967.

  Folder
Planning Meeting Minutes, Seven Springs, December 1-2, 1967 2.9.1
  Folder
Second Planning Meeting Minutes, February 5, 1968 2.9.2
  Folder
Third Planning Meeting Minutes and Other Documentation, April 17-20, 1968 2.9.3

Minutes of planning meeting held at San Diego, CA; "Evaluation and Reorganization" and "Meeting the Need for Change,” project of N. Ronald Pease, Director of Student Affairs Planning; "Organization of the Office of the Director of University Housing"; and Oakland Campus Housing Requirements Projection.

Series  2.10. American Assembly, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Reports on State Legislatures 2.10.

"Pennsylvania Assembly of State Legislatures in American Politics" and "State Legislatives in American Politics" Final Report.

Series  2.12. Surveys, 1967-1968 

  Folder
State Commission on Academic Facilities Request 2.12

Series  2.13. Honorary Degrees, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Committee on Honorary Degrees Meeting Minutes and List of Honorary Degrees, 1956-1967 2.13

Subgrp  3.0. Administrative Office of the Chancellor, 1967-1968 

Series  3.1. Office Personnel, 1967-1968 

  Folder
Dr. Kurtzman Retirement and Board of Trustees report on University Organization 3.1

Series  3.4. Office Supplies and Equipment, 1967-1968 

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Proposed blueprints for furniture for Chancellor's Office 3.4

Series  3.5. Budget, 1967-1968 

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Accounting procedures for Chancellor's Office and Residence Accounts 3.5
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Household Account, Chancellor's Residence 3.5.1
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Office Account 3.5.2
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Household and Equipment Account Receipts 73.5 accounts

Series  3.7. Invitations, 1967-1968 

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Invitations Accepted and Declined, A-Q 3.7 AB - 3.7 PQ
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Invitations Accepted and Declined, R-Z 83.7 RS - 3.7 VWY
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Invitations Extended by the Chancellor 3.7.1
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Courtesy Letters by the Chancellor 3.7.2
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Sample Invitations 3.7.4

Series  3.8. General Internal Correspondence, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence pertaining to matters within the Chancellor's Office 3.8

Of note is a description of Peale's portrait of Sabina Wolf Brackenridge.

Series  3.11. Annual Reports of the Schools and Divisions, 1967-1968 

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Reports on State Affiliation 3.11

Series  3.17. Inauguration of Wesley W. Posvar as Chancellor, 1967-1968 

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Inauguration Address, Benediction Prayer by Bishop Wright and Expenses 93.17

Series  3.19. Chancellor's Residence, 1967-1968 

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Gift of Leon Falk, Jr., Residence at 718 Devonshire Street to University 3.19

Series  3.20. Telegrams, 1967-1968 

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Telegrams Received by Dr. Posvar on University Business and Congratulations on Becoming Chancellor. 3.20.

Series  3.24. West Point Club of Western Pennsylvania, 1967-1968 

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Club Membership 3.24

Series  3.25. Institute for Strategic Studies, 1967-1968 

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Booklets and Draft Study 3.25

"Technology and Strategic Mobility," December 5, 1967; "Strategic Survey, 1967" booklet; and Survival, January-June 1968.

Series  3.26. United Fund, 1967-1968 

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Participation in the 1967 Campus United Fund Drive 3.26

Series  3.27. Inaugurations at other Universities, 1967-1968 

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Standard Letters relating to Inaugurations at Other Universities 3.27

Series  3.29. University Memberships, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence regarding University Memberships 3.29

Series  3.30. Chancellor Edward H. Litchfield's Death, 1967-1968 

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Condolences and Portrait 3.3

Subgrp  4.0. Athletics, 1967-1968 

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Athletics Department 104.1

NCAA Manual 1968; Recommended NCAA Football Television Plan for 1968 and 1969; Declaration of Policy material from the ECAS Office; and Report of Student Committee on Athletic Policy, March 22, 1968.

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Varsity Letter Club 4.3

Dr. Posvar's letter to Varsity Lettermen and the Annual Homecoming Dinner on November 18, 1966.

Subgrp  5.0. Committees, Councils and Boards, 1967-1968 

Series  5.1. Board of Trustees, 1967-1968 

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Management Consultant Teams 5.1.4

Specialists from Pittsburgh Industries asked by University to serve as members of management consultant teams for: operation of Physical Plant; operation of food and housing services; personnel management and procurement; communications; etc.

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Financial Development Committee 5.1.5
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Budget-Audit Committee Minutes 5.1.6
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Bylaws Committee 5.1.7

By-laws for 1963, 1967, 1968; Summary of proposed By-Laws Amendments; and Suggested changes in By-Laws. See 5.5 for policy on controversial speakers.

Series  5.2. Advisory Boards, 1967-1968 

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Student Affairs Board of Visitors and Regional Campus Advisory Boards 5.2-5.2.4

Series  5.5. Pittsburgh Council of Higher Education, 1967-1968 

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Meeting Minutes and Report 5.5

Common problems and possible ways of cooperation between Duquesne, Mount Mercy, Carnegie-Tech, Chatham and Pitt.

Series  5.6. University Health Center Board, 1967-1968 

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Board of Directors Bylaws 5.6

Series  5.9. Faculty Senate Council, 1967-1968 

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"Proposed University Policy on Security Clearance of Faculty" and Finck Resolution on Race Relations 5.9

Series  5.10. Student Affairs Advisory Committee, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence Regarding Student Requests and Grievances 5.10.

Series  5.11. University Athletic Committee, 1967 

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Committee Members, September 29, 1967 5.11

Series  5.14. Children's Hospital Board of Trustees, 1967-1968 

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List of Trustees 5.14

Series  5.15. Presbyterian-University Hospital, 1967-1968 

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Invitation for Chancellor to Serve on the Board of Trustees 5.15

Series  5.16. Annual Giving Fund, 1967-1968 

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Annual Giving Fund Organization 5.16

Series  5.17. Alumni Council, 1967-1968 

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Alumni Council and Committee Directories 5.17

Series  5.18. Greater Pittsburgh Plans for Progress Council, 1967-1968 

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Council Bylaws and University of Pittsburgh Membership 5.18

Series  5.20. University Review Board, 1967-1968 

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Draft and Final Revisions of Board Policies and Procedures 5.20.

Series  5.21. University of Pittsburgh Board of Visitors, 1967-1968 

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Establishment of University Principal Schools' BOV 5.21

Series  5.23. Allegheny Conference on Community Development, 1967-1968 

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ACCD Statement of Purpose, Organization and Operation, and By-Laws 5.23

Series  5.24. Civic Light Opera Association, 1967-1968 

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Recommendation for Chancellor to Serve on Board of Directors 5.24

Series  5.26. Regional Council for International Education, 1967-1968 

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Minutes and "Report to the Member Colleges and Universities" 5.26

Series  5.27. Council on Social Science Data Archives, 1967-1968 

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Booklet and Five Year Plan for Support 5.27

Series  5.28. Council of Higher Education (Department of Public Instruction, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania), 1967-1968 

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"Status of Priority Bills for Higher Education - 1967 General Assembly" 5.28

Series  5.30. Council on Urban Programs, 1967-1968 

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Suggestions and Recommendations from City Employees 5.28

Series  5.31 & 5.32. Education and Student Affairs Committee Meeting and the Mellon Bank Oakland Advisory Board, 1967-1968 

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Minutes and Membership Certificate 5.31-5.32

Subgrp  6.0. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1967-1968 

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Planning 116.1

Acquisition of land for future new buildings; Renovation of rooms and buildings; Additional correspondence on acquisition of land; Comprehensive Master Plan; and Forbes Avenue Plan of Development, July 1967.

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Playing Fields 6.2
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Heinz Chapel 6.3

Address by Mr. Heinz at dedication of Chapel; Short synopsis of history of Heinz Memorial Chapel; and Memo regarding the new organ for Heinz Chapel.

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New Stadium 6.5

"Analysis of Proposal by Stadium Authority"; "Pitt Football and the Northside Stadium" Study; and "Conversion of Pitt Stadium to a Municipal Stadium" Report.

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Hillman Library 6.6

Floor plans of Hillman Library; Hillman Library Budget and Furnishings; and Hillman Library Dedication Committee Report.

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Greensburg Campus 126.7
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Bradford Campus 6.8
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Johnstown Campus 6.9
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Titusville Campus 6.10.
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Nationality Rooms Program 6.11

New nationality rooms under consideration, Israeli and Japanese; Russian Room Ikon; and Correspondence with Alfred Hunt regarding objects for permanent display in various nationality rooms.

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Real Estate Acquisitions 6.12

"Land Acquisition Policy"; "Land Utilization"; "Webster Hall Property"; "Real Estate Purchase - Board Action"; and "Investing Endowment in Real Estate".

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Space Problems 6.13

Early American Room discussion.

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Ruskin Apartments 6.14
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Oakland Cemetery 6.15

Purchase of land and removal of graves to Mt. Royal Cemetery.

Subgrp  7.0. Financial Administration, 1967-1968 

Series  7.1. Non-Tuition Income, 1967-1968 

Subseries  7.1.2. State Allocations 

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State Allocations - General 7.1.2
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Legislative Impasse, 1967 7.1.2.1
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Tuition Increase 7.1.2.2

Subseries  7.1.3. Gifts and Grants 

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Gifts and Grants - General 7.1.3

Study of College and University Endowment Funds, 1967.

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Ford Foundation 7.1.3.1

"University of Pittsburgh: A Selective Review with Proposals for Future Paths," a report from the Ford Foundation was relocated to the Robert C. Alberts' files.

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National Science Foundation 7.1.3.2
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Pittsburgh Foundation 7.1.3.3
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Richard Kind Mellon Foundation 7.1.3.4
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Alcoa Foundation 137.1.3.5
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Office of Economic Opportunity 7.1.3.6

In Robert C. Alberts' files.

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National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorder 7.1.3.7

Proposed study of the Negro Community Organization and incidents of racial confrontation.

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Air Force Office of Scientific Research 7.1.3.8

Social Movements and Social System Change Proposal.

Series  7.3. Banking, 1967-1968 

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Financing and Deficits 7.3

O'Hara Parking Garage operating deficits; Interim financing for housing at Johnstown Campus; and Cash Projection.

Series  7.4. Budget, 1967-1968 

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Reports and Statements 7.4.2

Projected Enrollment and Tuition, 1965-69; Statements of Revenues, Expenditures & Other Items; Operating Budget, 1966-1967; Budget Request to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1968-1969; Report to the Special Task Force of the Appropriations Committee and the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives, Pennsylvania, dated April 4, 1967; and Report to the Appropriations Committee of the Senate and the House of Representatives, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, May 4, 1967.

Series  7.9. Auxiliary Enterprises, 1967-1968 

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Book Center 7.9

Subgrp  8.0. Legal Administration, 1967-1968 

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Policy 8.1

Correspondence to obtain additional land for suburban campuses. Upgrading of Playing Fields.

Subgrp  9.0. Personnel, 1967-1968 

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General Policy 9.1

Payroll Policies and Procedures, May 20, 1965; Personnel Policies, May 6, 1965; Preventative Health Program for Faculty; Reorganization of Faculty Personnel Procedures; and letter regarding University Professor Sellars and Related Matters.

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Recruitment and Placement 9.2

Biographical sketches of Jack W. Carlson, John M. Evans and Joseph Henry Engel, candidates for VC Finance. Letter of acceptance from Soils Horwitz

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Faculty Home Purchase Plan and Faculty Club 9.5 - 9.6
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Environmental Health and Safety Program and Disability Insurance 9.9 - 9.11
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University of Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union, Financial and Statistical Report 9.13
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Executive Health Program and Academic Freedom and Tenure 9.14 - 9.15

Subgrp  10.0. Procurement and Contracting, 1967-1968 

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Procurement Policy 1410.1

Subgrp  11.0. Public Relations and Development, 1967-1968 

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Alumni Activities 11.1
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Tuesday Musical Club 11.3.2
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Community College of Allegheny County and Mercer County Community College 11.4 - 11.4.1

Transfer policy.

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Carnegie Institute of Technology / Carnegie Mellon University 11.5
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Northampton County Area Community College 11.6
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Fundraising 11.7

Memo regarding "Observations on Fund Raising at University of Pittsburgh" and Carlton Ketchum Letter.

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Engineering Fund Campaign 11.8
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Congressional Relations 11.9
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News Releases 11.10.
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Miscellaneous Complaints 11.11
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Pittsburgh Public Schools 11.12
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American Civil Liberties Union 11.13
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City of Pittsburgh 11.14
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Civil Disturbances 11.15

Subgrp  12.0. Publishing and Publications, 1967-1968 

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Pitt Law Record 12.1
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University of Pittsburgh Johnstown's The Panther and  Pitt News 12.2 - 12.3
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Pitt Magazine 12.5
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Chronicle of Higher Education 12.6
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Alumni Newspaper and The Muckraker 12.8 - 12.9
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Report of the Chancellor, Fall 1967 12.11
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Clippings 12.12
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The Owl 1512.14

Subgrp  13.0. Research Activities, 1967-1968 

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Chemical Information Center 13.2

Semi-final draft of proposal to the National Science Foundation.

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Research Fund 13.3

Subgrp  14.0. Security, 1967-1968 

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Defense Supply Agency 14.1

Correspondence regarding Security inspections at Pitt for materials deemed classified.

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Campus Security 14.2

Police protection procedures during student disturbances; Security of Frick Fine Arts; and "College Security: Past, Present and Future."

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University Policy on Government Materials 14.3

"Policies on Activities Involving Security Classification."

Subgrp  15.0. Student Affairs, 1967-1968 

Series  15.1. Admissions, 1967-1968 

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Admissions - General 15.1

CLEP examinations to be administered in 1967-68; Returning Veterans; Transfer Admissions Policy with Allegheny Community College; and Profile of the 1967 Freshman Class.

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Enrollment 15.1.2
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Special College Preparatory Program 15.1.3

Series  15.2. Student Aid, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence and National Defense Student Loan Program 15.2

Series  15.3. Registrar, 1967-1968 

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Memoranda and Registration Procedures 15.3

Report of Committee on Student Affairs on Registrar's Office; Letter regarding Ad Hoc Committee on Registration Problems; Registration Procedures; and Memo on an Analysis of Registration Policies.

Series  15.4. Fraternities, 1967-1968 

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Fraternity Housing and Chancellor's Cup 15.4

Series  15.5. Student Rights, 1967-1968 

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Statements on Students' Rights 15.5

Series  15.6. Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), 1967-1968 

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ROTC Information 15.6

Series  15.7. Student Housing, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence and Reports 15.7

Series  15.8. Student Health, 1967-1968 

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Counselling Services 15.8

Series  15.9. Commencement, 1968 

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Commencement and Convocation Exercises 15.9

Series  15.10. Scholarships, 1967-1968 

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Scholarship Announcements 15.1

Series  15.11. Poor People's Campaign, 1967-1968 

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Pitt Demonstration and Aftermath 15.11

Series  15.12. Student Discipline, 1967-1968 

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Student Demonstrations 15.12

Series  15.14. Homecoming, 1967 

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Student Homecoming Events Preparation 15.14

Series  15.15. Selective Service (Draft), 1967-1968 

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Correspondence and University Policy 15.15

Series  15.16. Drug Problems, 1967-1968 

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Drug Abuse in Colleges and Universities 15.16

Series  15.17. College Bowl (Game Show), 1967-1968 

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Pitt's Appearance at "GE College Bowl" 15.17

Series  15.18. Foreign Travel, 1967-1968 

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Correspondence 15.18

Series  15.19. Jaycee's Outstanding Young Man Award, 1967-1968 

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Nomination of Dr. Wm. J. Kinnard, Professor of Pharmacology 15.19

Series  15.20. Band, 1967-1968 

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U. S. Military Academy Band's Appearance at Pitt 15.20.

Series  15.21. Tap Day, February 28, 1968 

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Student Protests 15.21

Series  15.22. Trimester System, 1967-1968 

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GSPIA Dependence on Trimester 15.22

Series  15.24. Student Government, 1967-1968 

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Resolution on Lower Cost for In-state Students 15.24

Series  15.26. WPGH Radio, 1967-1968 

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WPGH Roundtable, Questions for the Chancellor 15.26

Series  15.29. Student Disturbances (Student Protests), 1967-1968 

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Correspondence and Clippings 15.29

Series  15.30 & 15.31. Honors Convocation and William Pitt Debating Team, 1967-1968 

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Convocation Booklet and Debating Team Victory 15.30-15.31

Subgrp Addendum to 1967/1968 

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International Programs 1 ADD1.3

Pitt's International Dimension by Carl Beck and Briefing statement of Center for Latin American Studies by Cole Blasier.

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Regional Campuses 1.16

Loans on Greensburg and Bradford Campuses.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 2.3.3.1

Dean Halliday's recommendation for the internal organization of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences.

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Health Law Center 2.3.5.6

Sale of Pennsylvania Statute Tapes.

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Libraries 2.7

Fee for use of Hillman Library by non-Pitt students, February 16, 1968; Library Fee, January 9, 1968; Libraries, Social Professions and related matters, February 23, 1968; Communications Center at Hillman Library; Gift of Academic Hood worn by Sir Edward Elgar for his honorary degree from WUP in 1907, donated to Special Collections Department; and Need for Restoration of Library Budget, 1967-1969.

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Office Personnel 3.1

Ceremony in honor of Dr. David H. Kurtzman, Chancellor Emeritus, on October 23, 1967.

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Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) 5.13
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Planning 6.1

Review of proposals for the Master Plan of the Oakland campus of Pitt, January 8, 1968.

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New Hillside Dormitories 6.15
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State Allocations 7.1.2

Budget Presentation, 1968-1969; Notes on Appropriation Request, 1968-1969; Budget Request to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1968-1969; and Budget of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968, General Fund including Pitt and Penn State Appropriations.

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Budget 7.4.2
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Personnel 9

Report and attachments of the number of African Americans employed at the University as of 1967.

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Personnel Policy 9.1

Monthly reports on personnel matters.

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Recordgrp  II. Academic Year 1968/69 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1968-1969 

Series  1.0. Provost, 1968-1969 

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Reports and Proposals 11.0.

Reorganization of the Office of the Dean of Graduate Faculty and Related Problems including: Revision of FAS By-Laws Regarding School of General Studies; Policy Recommendations of the Undergraduate Academic Council; University Policy on Drugs; Proposed Bureau of Testing and Evaluation; New appointments in Provost Office: Mr. K. Dunkelman appointed Executive Assistant to Provost; and Mr. D. Henry appointed Assistant to Provost.

Proposal to establish Louis Marhoefer Funds and Fellowships for a Cooperative Program: Pittsburgh-Heidelberg-Mannheim; Admission of foreign students; Candidate in Philosophy Certificate; Prospectus for "A Program of Advance Studies in Information and Communication Sciences"; and Policy Statement on Curriculum Reform, April 15, 1969.

Series  1.1. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1968-1969 

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FAS - General 1.1

Establishment of Department of Studio Arts; New Chairman for Fine Arts, Dr. Donald E. Gordon, July 1, 1969 (moved to Alberts); Memo for the Record from Dr. Posvar on FAS Meeting regarding ROTC; Establishment of Department of Biochemistry, July 1, 1968; Draft of "Proposed Division of Mathematical Science"; Proposal for Black Studies Program; Draft version and adoption of By-Laws for FAS; Dr. David Halliday resigns as Dean, FAS, September 1, 1969; Search Committee for a new dean for FAS; and "A Statement to the University" signed by 540 members of Pitt Faculty.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 1.1.1

Dr. Jerome Schneewind appointed Dean of College of Arts and Sciences. Graduate Student Organization of the German Department.

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Graduate Programs 1.1.2

Proposed Graduate Student Cabinet for FAS; Review and Analysis of Graduate Programs; and University Council on Graduate Study, October 31, 1968 to February 20, 1969.

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School of General Studies 1.1.3

School of General Studies Programs to Combat Social and Racial Injustice; Report of 1st Annual Meeting, Board of Visitors, December 2, 1968; Pitt, March 25, 1969: Pitt to Institute New Program for College Hopefuls; and Revision of FAS By-Laws Regarding School of General Studies.

Series  1.2. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1968-1969 

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GSB - General 1.2

Remarks of H. J. Zoffer on assuming Deanship of GSB; Appointment of Dr. Robert Kevin Brown as Associate Dean and Professor of Business Administration of GSB; Management Program for Executives; Establishment of Douglas G. Sisterson Scholarship Fund; and GSB Financial Picture, March 13, 1969.

Series  1.3. School of Education, 1968-1969 

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School of Education - General 1.3

Teacher-Education Program, 1968; Educational Program for Model Cities Program, November 21, 1968; Black Education in the U.S. and Its Relevance to International Development Education; Certain plans that have developed in the School of Education in respect to racial and social injustice; Operation Head Start; Program in Special Education and Rehabilitation; Annual Report 1967-1968; Memo regarding The Physical Education Requirement, June 24, 1969; The Option to ‘Elect‘ Physical Education; and Adapted Physical Education Program.

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Falk School 1.3.1

Commonwealth Funds for Non-Public Schools.

Series  1.4. School of Engineering, 1968-1969 

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School of Engineering - General 1.4

Annual Report, 1967-1968;Memorial Gift Opportunities; "Pitt takes on Century's Biggest Engineering Problem"; Dr. Wm. E. Garrison new Edward R. Weidlein Professor in Environmental Engineering; and West Pakistan University of Engineering & Technology request formal recognition of their graduates to enter University of Pittsburgh.

Series  1.5. School of Law, 1968-1969 

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Space Allocation for School 1.5

Series  1.6. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1968-1969 

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GSLIS - General 1.6

Report of the Director of University Libraries, 1967-1968; Dr. David Halliday resigns as official representative of University of Pittsburgh to the Center for Research Libraries, and Dr. Richard H. McCoy, Associate Dean of FAS and Director of Graduate Programs, is designated to replace him; Proposed Changes in Library Allocation Procedures; and Plaque identifying the "Zoe A. Thrall Geography Faculty Study" put in Room 322 Hillman Library.

Series  1.7. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1968-1969 

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Annual Report and Correspondence 1.7

University Comprehensive Health Planning Center Application; Proposed Plan of Financial Support for the Institute of Local Government by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Highlight Issues - Nigeria Project; Background Statement on Malaysian Program in Development Administration and Economic Planning; 1st Annual Report on NASA Traineeships for Doctoral Study in Public Administration; Pitt article "Pitt Names Wm. E. Korbitz, Director of Public Works Graduate Center," October 30, 1968; Report of Progress: Graduate Center for Public Works Engineering and Administration, 1967-1968; Financial Campaign for GSPIA's Urban and Urban Related Programs; Change of Name of Institute of Local Government to Institute of Urban Policy and Administration; and A Strategy for Urban Environmental Research.

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GSPIA - General 21.7a

Guidelines for the Admission and Award of Fellowships for Black Students, 1969-1970; Publication of Handbook by AID; Memo in Response to Dr. Posvar's Memo of March 31 on Racial Injustice; Proposal to Richard King Mellon Charitable Trusts outlining achievements of GSPIA in serving Pittsburgh region with educational programs, research, and advisory service; Clarifying Arrangements for the Public Works Program; and Chicago Legislates for Pittsburgh.

Series  1.8. Graduate School of Social Work, 1968-1969 

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Memoranda and Report 1.8

Faculty Resolution recommended by Advisory Committee to Dean, GSSW; Memo on Faculty Rank for Doctoral Students; and Annual Report, 1968-1969.

Series  1.9. Learning Research and Development (LRDC), 1968-1969 

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Memorandum and Booklet 1.9

LRDC's University Coordinating Committee and "Some Principles for the Design of Clarifying Educational Environments."

Series  1.11. Space Research Coordination Center (SRCC), 1968-1969 

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SRCC - General 1.11

Dr. Thomas Donahue appointed Associate Director of SRCC, July 1, 1969, and "U.S. Aeronautics and Space Activities" report to the Congress of the U.S. by President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1968.

Series  1.12. Graduate Center for Public Works, 1968-1969 

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GCPW - General 1.12

"Chicago Legislates for Pittsburgh" designation of young people who are awarded fellowships for postgraduate study by APWA. Dr. Walter Evert, Professor of English, to chair University Committee for National Fellowships.

Series  1.14. University Science information Center, 

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Correspondence 1.14

Series  1.15. Health Professions, 1968-1969 

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Health Professions - General 1.15

Organization, Office of Vice Chancellor, Health Profession; "Pitt Establishes School of Health Related Professions"; "Pitt Appoints Director of Health Planning" (Eli S. Egert); and Statement on Health Needs for Pittsburgh, 1968.

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School of Medicine 1.15.1

Pros and cons of feasibility of establishing a 2-year "satellite" medical school at Johnstown Campus; "Toward Total Justice in Medical Education and Health Care," Proposal to provide quality medical education for Black Students at University; Dr. Anne Pascasio offered post of Dean of School of Health Related Professions; "Policy Statement of University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine with Respect to the Charging of Patients for Professional Services Rendered by the Full-Time Faculty" Draft proposal; Pitt article "Francis Sargent Cheever, Vice Chancellor for the Health Professions and Dean of the School of Medicine, elected to Membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences," May 14, 1968; and Report of the Director, Medical Career Orientation Program, June-August 1968.

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Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 1.15.2

Fifth Progress Report of GSPH, 1962-1967; Appraisal of the Activities, Personnel and Organization of GSPH; and Pitt article Herschel E. Griffin named Dean of Public Health School."

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School of Dental Medicine 1.15.3

The Changing Curriculum; Report of Board of Visitors, School of Dental Medicine, January 9, 1969; A new dental clinic dedicated to Dr. W. Harry Archer; Change of degree from Doctor of Dental Surgery to Doctor of Dental Medicine; and Change of name for School of Dentistry to School of Dental Medicine.

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School of Pharmacy 1.15.4

Recommendation of change of name for Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry to Department of Medicinal Chemistry. Appointment of Dr. Joseph Buckley as Associate Dean, School of Pharmacy.

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School of Nursing 1.15.5

Report of Visit for Accrediting Purposes to Pitt, School of Nursing, March 3-6, 1969.

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School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 1.15.6

Appointment of Dr. Anne Pascascio as Dean of School of Health Related Professions and Organization of the Office of Vice Chancellor of Health Professions, effective February 6, 1969.

Series  1.17. International Programs, 1968-1969 

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Comments on the Report of the Chancellor's Committee on Reorganization of the International Dimension 1.17
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University Center for International Studies 1.17.1

International Education Act; Comparative Communism: A Program in Inter-University Teaching and Research, 1968-1969; and the Establishment of the University Center for International Studies.

Series  1.18. Urban Programs, 1968-1969 

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Urban Programs - General 1.18

The University's Urban Programs, a Report to the Chancellor, Nov. 1967; Establishment of a Program of Research and Training in Urban Transportation; Programs Proposed in response to Chancellor's Memo of June 12, 1968 to Reduce Social Injustice; Chancellor's Memo to Students (appearing in Pitt News) on Greater Student Involvement.

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Racial Programs 31.18.1

Community use of Trees Hall Gym Facilities, with copy of "Trees Hall-Community, Leisure-Learn, Recreation Project"; Pitt News Statement from Dr. Posvar to students for greater student involvement, September 8, 1968; Draft from Dr. Posvar to Pitt Students: How to achieve social justice and wipe out discrimination against Negroes; Procedural Guidelines for the Development of Black Studies Department, April 14, 1969; "Proposals to Reduce Social Injustice"; and Memo regarding Social Injustice.

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Racial Programs, Social Injustice 1.18.1a
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Center for the Study of Urban and Environmental Systems 1.18.2
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Project A - Malcom, Martin, Marcus Scholars Program 1.18.3

"Project A" to recruit disadvantaged students to the University on an experimental basis.

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Committee on Community Involvement 1.18.4

Series  1.19. Research Programs, 1968-1969 

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Patent Policy Agreement 1.19

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1968-1969 

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Director of Athletics 2.1

Resignation of Football Coach Dave Hart; Ballot for Referendum on Amendment of Article V of 1968-69 Football Television Plan; Frank Carver nominated for "Secretary of University of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees"; Casimir J. Myslinski named Athletic Director December 24, 1968 with copy of his resume; and Charles G. Ridl elected to "NAIA Hall of Fame" as a "Coach in Basketball".

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Panther Foundation 2.2

Letter on "Prowling Panthers" and NCAA rules.

Subgrp  3.0. University Board, Committees and Memberships, 1968-1969 

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1968-1969 

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Bylaws and Proposed Changes 3.1.1

Series  3.2. Advisory Boards, 1968-1969 

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Regional Campus Advisory Boards 3.2
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Bradford 3.2.1
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Greensburg 3.2.2

Appointments of William K. Whitehead and Gwilym A. Price to Greensburg Advisory Board

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Johnstown 3.2.3

Recruitment of African American Students at Johnstown.

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Titusville 3.2.4

Series  3.3. Council of Deans, 1968-1969 

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COD Meeting Minutes, June 12, 1968-June 11, 1969 3.3
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Chancellor's Report to the Council of Deans, July 8, 1968-October 15, 1969 3.3.1

Series  3.4. Senate Council, 1968-1969 

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Meeting Minutes and Chancellor's Report to the Council 3.4

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1968-1969 

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Meeting Minutes and Chancellor's Reports to the Senate 3.5

Series  3.6. Organizational Memberships, 1968-1969 

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Memberships Extended to the Chancellor 3.6

Letters inviting membership of the Chancellor and others to various organizations; Letters regarding ethnic discrimination at private social clubs and other similar organizations; Letter from Hubert Humphrey about Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

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Advisory Committee on Patents 43.6.1
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development (ACCD) 3.6.2
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American Council on Education 3.6.3

"A Declaration on Campus Unrest" report.

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Association of American Colleges 3.6.4
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Civic Light Opera Association 3.6.5
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Commonwealth Priorities Commission 3.6.6
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Council on Foreign Relations 3.6.7
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Duquesne Club 3.6.9
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Health Center Hospital Service 3.6.10

Cooperation and central operation of services between University and hospitals.

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MPC Corporation 3.6.11

Non-Profit joint venture between University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie-Mellon University (reorganization of the previous tri-partite, Pitt/Carnegie Tech/ Mellon Institute corporation)

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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 3.6.13
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Pittsburgh Council for the Arts 3.6.14
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 3.6.15

Cooperative council of Pitt, Mount Mercy (Carlow), Duquesne, Chatham, and Carnegie Mellon.

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Pittsburgh Council for International Visitors 3.6.16
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 3.6.17
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Presbyterian-University Hospital 53.6.18

Board Minutes and members of Board nominated by University to PUH Board.

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Regional Council for International Education 3.6.19
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Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) 3.6.20
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United Nations Association of Pittsburgh 3.6.21

Minutes of Executive Committee of Board of Directors, March 11, 1968 and August 5, 1968.

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University Health Center 3.6.22

Reports of Activities; Minutes of Board of Trustees of University Health Center; Proposed Budget, 1968-1969; By-Laws; Detailed Report on Examination of University Health Center, June 30, 1968; 5-year program; and "A Plan of Development for University Health Center of Pittsburgh."

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University Science Center (USC) 3.6.23
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WQED - Board of Directors 3.6.24

Lease Amendment between University of Pittsburgh and Metropolitan Pittsburgh Educational Television Station, September 14, 1959; Dr. Posvar elected member of Board of Directors of WQED-WQEX; Meeting Minutes; Metropolitan Pittsburgh Educational Television, Detailed Report of Examination, June 30, 1968; WQED Budget 1968-1969; Proposed Assignment of WQED Building to Department of Music/FAS; and WQED Board of Directors Committee Appointment, June 1969.

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University Review Board 3.6.25
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Greater Pittsburgh Chapter 3.6.26
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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 63.6.27

"Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students"; "Enclosed Announcements from AAUP, Pitt Chapter"; "Proposed Resolution on Campus Disruption, May 8, 1969"; and Correspondence

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American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) 3.6.28
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American Academy of Political and Social Science 3.6.29
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YMCA and YWCA 3.6.30
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International Studies Association (ISA) 3.6.32
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New Professional Association 3.6.33
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West Point Society of Western Pennsylvania 3.6.34

Membership Roster as of January 31, 1969. Press Release: "Astronaut Frank Borman, Henry Kissinger, and Choh-ming Li (President of University of Hong Kong) will receive Honorary Degrees at Pitt Commencement, March 28, 1969.

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Health Research and Service Foundation 3.6.35
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Center for International Studies 3.6.36

Joint Center between M.I.T. and Harvard

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Pittsburgh Urban Transit Council 3.6.37
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Project ISE (Information Systems in Education) Steering Committee 3.6.38
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Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh 3.6.39
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Mellon National Bank and Trust Company Advisory Board 3.6.40

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1968-1969 

Series  4.1. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1968-1969 

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Facilities and Physical Plant - General 4.1

“Policy on Use of University Facilities by Outside Groups” Adopted in 1963; Correspondence on renovation of rooms and buildings and construction of new buildings; Arts Objects given to University; Physical Plant Organization Changes and Chart; Physical Plant Major Projects; Art: Chancellor's Portraits, Cantini's The Beginning (mosaic); and Spanish 17th Century Needlework Panel, donated by Mrs. Rea.

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Planning 74.1.1

Planning and estimated costs of Quadrangle (Richard K. Mellon Center?), Engineering Building, Undergraduate Chemistry Building and New Library at Johnstown Campus. Project schedules for Academic Buildings at Bradford and Greensburg; Analysis of 3rd Term Enrollment, March 10, 1969; and Correspondence on additional funds and acquisition of additional lands.

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Epstine House 4.1.2

Documents related to the donation of the house at 830 Devonshire Avenue to the University by Jane and Harry Epstine.

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Frick Fine Arts Building 4.1.3

Documents located in Alberts' files under "Wesley W. Posvar: Fine Arts."

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Heinz Chapel 4.1.4

Trustees of Howard Heinz Endowment vote a grant of $135,107 to provide a new organ for Heinz Chapel. Discussion of Electric Chimes for Heinz Chapel.

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Hillman Library 4.1.5

An acknowledgement to Mr. John H. Hillman, III for the portrait of his father, March 10, 1969; Hillman Library Projected Costs as of July 30, 1968; The Women's Association has purchased an art work by Professor Cantini entitled "The Beginning" for Hillman Library, April 28, 1969; and Prof. Cantini is loaning the university several tapestries and sculptures for display at the dedication of Hillman Library, September 23, 1968.

Dedication of Hillman Library, September 6, 1968; Address by Chancellor Samuel B. Gould, State University of N.Y., "The University Library in an Urban Setting”; Dr. Posvar's Address at Hillman Dedication with "Hillman Library - Facts and Figures" and remarks of Lt. Governor Raymond Broderick of Pennsylvania; Photo file; "Hillman Library" Booklet; and "Books and Art Objects given to Hillman Library."

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Nationality Classrooms 4.1.6

Interest in establishing a Japanese Room, Romanian Room, African Room and Israeli Room. List of Nationality Council Members revised June 1968.

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Traffic Safety, Fifth Avenue and Tennyson Avenue 4.1.7
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Fitch Faculty Center 4.1.8
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Crawford Hall Dedication, March 31, 1969 4.1.10

Series  4.2. Finance, 1968-1969 

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Finance - General 4.2

Financing of Student Union Project; “Summary of Change in Internal Debt and Working Capital”; “Reorganization, Office of Finance"; "The Allocation of University Funds”; and Correspondence.

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Budget 4.2.1

Budget Presentation, 1969-1970, and Final Operating Budget, 1968-1969

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State Budget Hearings 4.2.2
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City Tax 4.2.4

Five Pittsburgh Institutions of Higher Education (PCHE) issued statement in opposition of the proposed "institution and service privilege tax".

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1968-1969 

Subseries  4.3.0. Treasurer - General 

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Travel Voucher Suggestion 4.3

Subseries  4.3.1. Registrar 

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Registrar - General 4.3.1

Processing of Drop-Add Slips by Data Processing and Student Records; Final Graduation List, August 1968; Registration Billing and Related Procedures; Mr. Richard Allshouse title changed from Acting Registrar to Registrar; and Systems and Procedures Manual.

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Enrollment 4.3.1.1

Student Enrollment (Oakland), Fall 1968; Estimated Fall enrollment, 1969-1970; Preliminary Count of April Graduates; Consensus of Persons for Post-Doctoral Study or Research; Analysis of 3rd Term Enrollment, April 4, 1969; and Final Count of April and May Graduates, 1969.

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Graduation List 84.3.1.2

Subseries  4.3.2. Auxiliary Enterprises 

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Book Center and Saga Foods 4.3.2

Subseries  4.3.3. Real Estate 

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Pittsburgh Playhouse Proposal and Operating Budget for A.I.R. Building 4.3.3

Series  4.4. University Planning, 1968-1969 

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University Planning - General 4.4

Dr. Daniel Rathbun appointed as Member of State Commission on Academic Facilities replacing Dean Putnam Jones, January 8, 1969; Study of the Trimester System at Pitt, September 1966; Possible Acquisition by Pitt of Various Houses in East Hills Park; Budgeting of Mellon Grant to Advance Social Justice; Size of rooms for faculty; Draft of "Faculty Salaries for Services in Excess of Contractual Obligations"; Memo on "PPB in the Department of Public Information"; and Planning Meeting on June 16, 1969.

Goals of the University Reports by Heald, Hobson and Associates: "The Requirement for Upper Division Educational Programs in Southwestern Pennsylvania," April 1, 1969; and "A Formula for the Budget Request of Pennsylvania State-Related Universities," September 20, 1968.

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Planning Conference Meetings, Professional Education August 1-2, 12, 1968 and May 27, 1969 4.4.1
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Ten-Year Objectives 4.4.2
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Five-Year Objectives 4.4.3
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Fourth Planning Meeting at Ligonier 4.4.4
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Space Utilization 4.4.5

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1968-1969 

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Personnel - General 94.5

Pay plans for employees holding classified positions and fringe benefits for employees and executives. Pamphlets: “Faculty Home Purchase Plan” and “TIAA-CREF 1968 Annual Report." “Policy on Employment” Memo on diversity, June 12, 1968.

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Faculty Club 4.5.1

Inquiries regarding renovation of parts of various buildings for new faculty club and plans for "Fitch Faculty Center" to be owned jointly by Pitt and CMU.

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Faculty Orientation 4.5.2

Handbook for Faculty; Remarks by Dr. Posvar to New Faculty, September 4, 1968; and Plans for Faculty Orientation, September 4, 1968.

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Graduate Faculty 4.5.3

"Procedures for Appointment to the Graduate Faculty"; Putnam F. Jones appointed Dean Emeritus of Graduate Faculty; and “Disposition of Certain Functions of the Office of the Dean of Graduate Faculty.”

Series  4.6. Computer Center, 1968-1969 

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Computer Center - General 4.6.1

Computer Center User's Guide - Part I; Memo from Senate Committee on Computer Usage; and Savings Bond Campaign.

Series  4.7. Security, 1968-1969 

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Security - General 4.7

Memo on “Campus Police Attitudes"; "Security Force Training Program Letters to College Presidents"; and Appointment of Robert K. Merritt.

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1968-1969 

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Organization Chart and Job Descriptions 5.1
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Condolence Letters 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters 5.1.2
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Invitations Accepted by the Chancellor 105.1.3
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Invitations Regretted by the Chancellor 5.1.4
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Invitations Regretted by the Chancellor 115.1.4
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Invitations Extended by the Chancellor 5.1.5
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Chancellor's Residence 5.1.8
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Letters of Recommendation 5.1.9
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Statements 125.1.10.
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Telegrams 5.1.11
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Public Concern Letters 5.1.12
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Social Science Building, Room 362, Renovation 5.1.13

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1968-1969 

Series  6.1. Development, 1968-1969 

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Development - General 6.1

A possible Martin Luther King, Jr. Fund; Funds for Bradford and Greensburg Campus; Suggested topic of discussion for Sept. 25 Cabinet Meeting: "A building complex to be named after Richard K. Mellon"; List of Grants/Contracts; Air Force Scientific Research; Letter from T. Mellon & Sons regarding additional land acquisition in Oakland for Pitt and CMU; and Endowment Fund from estate of Philip Hoffman, Thrift Drug Co.

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National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants 6.1.2

Telegram from Senator Hugh Scott (Washington, D.C.) dated April 9, 1969, advising Pitt of NSF Grant of $3,650.000 for basic science program.

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1968-1969 

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Alumni Affairs - General 6.2

Includes specifications for new Pitt Panther mascot, Roc, costume.

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Annual Giving Fund 6.2.1

Series  6.3. Commonwealth Relations, 1968-1969 

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Commonwealth Relations - General 136.3

"Office of Commonwealth and Community Relations: Report for Fiscal Year 1967-68"; Report from Committee, "Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency Scholarship and Loan Guarantees"; Correspondence about a petition signed by 5000 students and staff at Pitt recommending Pennsylvania's voting age be lowered to 18; and Mr. Russell Arnold appointed Director of Commonwealth Relations, March16, 1969.

Student Unrest Provisions; State Scholarship Program in Pennsylvania; Penal Code Provisions Applicable to College Campuses, March 6, 1969; and a Memo from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on "Support of Undergraduate Education to Prepare Persons to Work in Distressed Areas of the Commonwealth."

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State Allocations and State Relatedness 6.3.1

University of Pittsburgh Comparison of 1969-1970 Appropriation Request to 1968-1969 Appropriation (filed in Alberts' WWP-State).

State Appropriations for University of Pittsburgh, 1953-1955 to 1968-1969 and Conference Summary, December 5, 1968.

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Pennsylvania Senate and House Bills Introduced 6.3.2

Series  6.4. American Assembly, Pittsburgh, May 9, 1968 

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Reports 6.4

The Pennsylvania Assembly on the State Legislatures in American Politics, Bedford Springs, PA and a copy of American Assembly Report, 1967-1968.

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange (OCEE), 1968-1969 

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OCEE - General 6.5

List of OCEE Student Scholarships for Study Abroad in 1969; Quotas for admission of foreign students, 1969-1970; Foreign Student Directory; and Nationality Rooms; Appointment of a "Cultural and Educational Exchange Committee" to advise as to awarding of scholarships from income of following funds: John G. Bowman Fund; David L. Lawrence Fund and Ruth Crawford Mitchell Fund.

Series  6.6. Federal Government Relations, 1968-1969 

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Correspondence and Reports 6.6

Suggested Organization and Procedures for Federal Grants; Dean David Halliday letter opposing establishment of a Director of Federal Relations; and Professor Soils Horowitz letter from James G. Fulton, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. on Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963; Unfunded Projects, 1967-69; "Value of Maintaining Continuous High-Level Relationships in Washington"; and House of Representatives Bill 10136 "To require suspension of Federal financial assistance to colleges and universities which are experiencing campus disorders.

Series  6.7. News and Publications, 1968-1969 

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News and Publications - General 6.7

Articles: "The Limits of Civil Disorders"; "Role of College Newspaper"; and "Faculty Power" by McGeorge Bundy. Issues of: Chronicle of Higher Education, December 9 and 23, 1968; and  University Times, June 25, 1969. Letter concerning language printed in  Pitt News and "Public Relations for the University of Pittsburgh."

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News Clippings 6.7.1
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Pitt News Releases, July 24, 1968-March 28, 1969 146.7.2
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Polaris Letter 6.7.3
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Alternatives Controversy 6.7.5
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EDUCOM 6.7.6
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Gift Publications 6.7.7
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Faculty News, November 1968-March 1969 6.7.8

Series  6.8. Organizations and Functions, 1968-1969 

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Memoranda and Booklet 6.8

Memo on Proposed Statement on the Planning and Coordination of University Functions; Organization Table with Charts; and Booklet "A Proposal to Establish the Council of the Princeton University Community, May 1969."

Series  6.9. University Press, 1968-1969 

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University Press - General 6.9

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1968-1969 

Series  7.1. Student Affairs, 1968-1969 

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Student Affairs - General 7.1
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Admissions 7.1.1

Reports: "Admissions Information for Disadvantaged Students"; "Admissions of High Risk Students"; and "The Freshman Class of 1968: A Statistical Profile."

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Tuition 7.1.2

Memo on "Announcement of Tuition Increase," July 5, 1968 and letter of House Appropriations Committee, Washington, D.C. regarding "Support Restoration of Federal Student Aid."

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Housing 7.1.3

Resolution on "Student Housing Projects" and letter on "Policy to Deal with Discrimination in Housing," May 21, 1969.

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Student Union 7.1.4

SUB THING newsletter; "Final Analysis of Financing a New Union," March 6 and May 7, 1969; "Roster - Pitt Student Union," September 26, 1968; and Portrait of Chancellor Litchfield, donated by Leon Falk, Jr., hung in Student Union.

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Student Health Service 7.1.5

Series  7.2. Organizations, 1968-1969 

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Organizations - General 7.2

Letter on situation on Student Cabinets of the Health Professions; Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma to be approved at Pitt; List of student activities to provide maximum exposure to student leadership; Minutes of Undergraduate Academic Council, March 20, 1969; Revised Student Organization Listing, April 15, 1969; Notes on March 17 Meeting of Chancellor's Student Affairs Advisory Committee; and Pitt's Men's Glee Club interested in making a tour abroad.

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All University Council 7.2.1

"Student Participation"; Proposed organization for Student participation in the University; The All-University Council (draft); Dean David Halliday to serve as chairman of Ad-Hoc Committee for All-University Council, October 3, 1968; Minutes of "University Council on Graduate Study," February 20, 1969; and Dr. J. Steele Gow, Jr., to replace Dr. Halliday who is resigning the Deanship of FAS, April 9, 1969.

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Student Government 7.2.2

Proposed Resolution, Senate Bill #227 on Gravity of Problems Concerning Student Unrest; Minutes of Undergraduate Academic Council, November 7-14, 1968, and January 23, 1969; "Notes on Chancellor’s Student Affairs Advisory Meeting," November 23, 1968; "A Resolution Concerning Freedom of Speech"; Resolution to Oppose Legislation: - a bill by Senator Robert D. Fleming; A Student Faculty body to discuss names for Honorary Degrees; Proposal "to Establish a Committee to Study the Board of Trustees"; and Office of the White House Press Secretary News Release, Statement by the President regarding campus disorders, March 22, 1969.

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Undergraduate Academic Council 7.2.3

Minutes of Undergraduate Academic Council, February 1969; Policy Recommendation of Undergraduate Academic Council on "Out-of-the Classroom Learning Experiences" and "Physical Education Requirement" with background information; and Memo from Dr. Posvar with recommendation of Undergraduate Academic Council for their recognition of credit for out-of-the classroom learning experiences, June 16, 1969.

Series  7.3. Demonstrations, 1968-1969 

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Student Demonstrations - General 7.3

Memo on Students for a Democratic Society; Statement by Dr. Posvar regarding disruption at the University"; and Statement on the University from various faculty members.

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Student Disciplines 157.3.1

"Judicial Standards of Procedure and Substance" by U.S. Court of Appeals; "Student Unrest Provisions" from Department of Public Instruction, Harrisburg, PA; Pitt Release on "A Report to the University," April 17, 1969; Letter regarding "Policy to Deal with Violators of Federal (State) Disruption Laws," June 17, 1969; and Original Statement by Dr. Posvar, February 17, 1969.

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Student Power 7.3.2

Memo on "Student Power" by Dean D. Halliday, September 17, 1968; Correspondence with a "Committee of Concerned Students" and "An Open Letter to Our Chancellor and Administrators" with "A Resolution on Student Rights and Powers"; Statement by Chancellor Posvar to the University Community, March 24, 1969; and Statement by Chancellor Posvar to Alumni and Friends of University of Pittsburgh, February 28, 1969.

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Concerned Students and Faculty 7.3.3

Correspondence regarding Sit-In in Common Facilities Building and other University Buildings; Paper on "Campus Revolts"; and "Statement of Chancellor on free and open University."

Series  7.4. Activities, 1968-1969 

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Vote to Discontinue Credit for ROTC 7.4
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Commencement 7.4.1

Letter to Dr. Henry Kissinger regarding his accepting conferral of Honorary Degree; Arrangements for Commencement at Civic Arena, April 27, 1969; Pitt Release on Astronaut Frank Borman, Presidential Advisor Henry Kissinger and President of University of Hong-Kong Cho-ming Li to receive Honorary Degrees at Commencement Exercises, March 28, 1969.

Letters concerning Commencement Rehearsal; Instructions for Commencement to participating Deans, Members of Cabinet and Other Platform Guests; Check List for Chancellor's Participation in the Commencement Exercises; Security Arrangement for Commencement Day; Commencement Responsibilities; and Commencement Instructions.

Guest List for Brunch at 120 Bruce Hall and Buffet Supper at 718 Devonshire St., April 27, 1969; Commencement Book; Commencement Seating Arrangement; Pitt Release on "Pitt to Graduate Approximately 4000"; Original and Master Commencement Script; Date for Commencement 1970 set for May 24, 1970 at Civic Arena; and Kissinger protest paper

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Honorary Degrees 7.4.2

Honorary Degree Candidates; Letters to Dr. Henry Kissinger, Frank Borman and Cho-ming Li for participation in 1969 Commencement Exercises; and folders for May 1969 and 1968 Commencement.

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Homecoming 7.4.3

Memo on "Homecoming '68 – Oct. 24,25,26"; Guest List for Supper after Bob Hope Show, October 24, 1968; Carver Dinner, October 25, 1968; Air Force Dinner, Duquesne Club, October 26, 1968; Circular on Bob Hope Special at Homecoming; Luncheon Guest List, Pitt-Air Force Game, October 26, 1968; and Dr. Posvar Statements for Student Homecoming Book and Welcoming Alumni.

Series  7.5. Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), 1968-1969 

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ROTC Status at Pitt 7.5

Dr. Posvar letter to Members of FAS regarding ROTC; Memo regarding Students for a Democratic Society on ROTC on Campus; "A Recommendation on ROTC from the Student Affairs Committee"; "Recommendation on the ROTC Programs" by Student Government; Memo from Dr. D. Halliday on the Accreditation of ROTC Courses; Memo from Student Cabinet, CAS on "Facts Concerning ROTC"; and Decision of FAS vote on Dec. 3 to discontinue credit for ROTC.

Series  7.6. Selective Service (Draft), 1968-1969 

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Memoranda and Reports 167.6

Draft "Policy to Deal with Violators of Federal (State) Disruption Laws"; "Application for College Student Certificate" with "Request for Undergraduate Student Deferment"; Memo on Student Withdrawals Due to the Draft or Military Service; Selective Service clippings; Senate Bill S.3394 to amend Military Selective Service Act of 1967 and to provide a more equitable system of selecting persons; Memo on Student Selective Service Reclassification Procedures; and Message from President Richard Nixon on The Military Draft.

Series  7.7. Scholarships and Awards, 1968-1969 

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Nominees and Awardees 7.7

Professor W. E. Wallace, Chemistry Department, nominated for National Medal of Science; Scholarships and Awards awarded to personnel at University; Pitt Release on Grants Awarded from Gulf Oil to Drs. W. E. Wallace and Foil Miller, Chemistry Department, August 28, 1968; Memos regarding fellowships; 3rd Annual Progress Report on NASA Training Grant NsG (T)-70, September 1, 1967 to August 31, 1968; Stanton C. Crawford Memorial Award nominees Dr. W. George Couch and Dr. George L. Fahey; and W. Harry Archer, D.D.S., recipient of 1968 Arnold K. Maislen Award from New York University.

Series  7.8. Student Placement, 1968-1969 

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Annual Report on Student Employment 7.8

Series  7.9. Illegal Drug Problems, 1968-1969 

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Report on Drug Raid at State University of New York, Stony Brook 7.9

Series  7.10. Aspen Corporation, 1968-1969 

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Memoranda 7.10.1

Memos regarding: The Health Law Center and the Aspen Corp., October 27, 1967; Legal Retrieval Installation; Health Law Center & The Aspen Corp., November 7, 1967; and Proposed Sale of Assets to the Aspen Corp, November 9, 1968.

Series  7.14. Tax Exempt Bonds, 1968-1969 

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"Bond Interest Status of State-related Institutions" 7.14

Series  7.15. Club Memberships, 1968-1969 

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Club Use Policies 7.15

Proposed Policy on Use of Private Clubs for Business Entertainment Purposes, University Policy Regarding Use of Private Social Clubs for University Functions, and Policy on Discrimination.

Series  7.16. Financial Management, 1968-1969 

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Memoranda 7.16

Memos on "Policy Decisions Needed," October 16, 1967; Financial Planning, October 20, 1967; Draft Regional Campus Financial Policies, January 9, 1968; and Financial Data Systems with Exhibits A, E, and F.

Series  7.17. Admissions Fees, 1968-1969 

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Correspondence Regarding Application Fees 7.17

Letters regarding a Resolution of FAS on Application Fee for Graduate Study, January 15, 1968, and Dean D. Halliday agrees to a $5.00 fee for Arts and Sciences Graduate Application, January 29, 1968. Lists of Applications for Admission Fees Charged by Graduate Schools and Graduate Schools not charging admission fees.

Series  7.18. Travel Policy, 1968-1969 

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"University Travel Practices" 7.18

Series  7.19. Marshall Fund, 1968-1969 

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Correspondence 7.19

Letters to Dr. Harry C. Avery (Classics Dept.) to serve as Chairman of Marshall Fund, with Dr. P. F. Jones, Dean Graduate Faculty; Dr. J. A. Kehl, Dean of the College; Dr. H. Caplan, Classics; and Dr. A. M. Young, Classics. Letter regarding Exhibit depicting architecture and master planning of University from its beginnings to present day.

Subgrp  8.0. Miscellaneous, 1968-1969 

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Article and Correspondence 8.0.

Feasibility of Chatham's faculty and staff becoming members of Credit Union; Letter from Secretary General of Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, Republica Dominicana, regarding administrative changes at that university; University Governance; and Reprint from Bulletin American Astronomical Society re: Allegheny Observatory.

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State Board of Education 8.1

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Recordgrp  III. Academic Year 1969/70 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs (Provost), 1969-1970 

Series  1.0. Academic Programs - General, 1969-1970 

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Academic Programs 11.0-1.0a

Folder 1.0 "Activities in the Area of Graduate Study, 1968-69"; Merger of School of Business Administration to form the present Graduate School of Retailing; Letter regarding "Albert W. Frey Professorship of Marketing"; "Nepotism Policy on Academic Appointments"; "Recommendation for Approval of a New Ph. D. Program in Computer Science"; "Proposed Amendment to Established Policy Regarding Eligibility of Associate Professors for Advanced Degrees in the University"; "Proposed Institute of Higher Education"; "Academic Personal History Supplement"; "Procedure for Waiver on Two-Year Foreign Residency Requirement"; and "Provost's Committee on Undergraduate Teaching".

Professor T. W. Sze appointed Associate Dean, Graduate Programs; Appointment of Dr. Eric Robinson as Amundson Professor; Mr. Minor Hawk appointed Assistant Dean, Special Projects and Services in School of Engineering; Donald M. Henderson appointed Associate Provost, July 1, 1970; and Dr. Gerald J. Massey appointed Chairman of Philosophy Dept.

Folder 1.0a "Transfer of Community College graduates into four-year program at Pitt"; Letter from Shady Side Academy on proposal to make University courses available to selected secondary school students; "Use of Human Subjects in Experiments"; Coordinator's Report on International Teacher Education Program; Environmental Teach-In; SSIC Newsletter, April 1970; Memo on "Office of Special Events"; and 1970-1971 University of Pittsburgh Academic Calendar.

Series  1.1. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1969-1970 

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FAS - General 1.1

Special Committee on the Future of the Arts in the University of Pittsburgh; University Center for the Study of Environmental and Urban Systems; Meeting on the FAS, October 28; Religious Studies; Request to Make the Crystallography Laboratory into the Department of Crystallography; FAS Council planning a convocation for the Winter Term, 1969-1970; Budget, 1970-1971; New Emphasis on Merit Undergraduate Scholarship at the University; Interdisciplinary Program in Environmental Studies; "Japan in Crisis"; "The Political Crisis"; Report of the Board of Visitors of FAS, December 5-6, 1969; Letter in praise of Dr. J. L. Rosenberg on becoming Dean of FAS; "Comparison of Grading Practices, 1968-1969 with 1969-1970"; and "Condition Paper on the FAS and Commonwealth Problems" by Dr. Robert Newman.

Comments on Fine Arts Building; University Art Gallery; and "Arts and Sciences Review Committee, Interim Report," January 1970.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 1.1.1

Money for Improvement of Advising Center; Draft Proposal for Professional Opportunity Plan; Minutes of CAS Undergraduate Council Meeting, November 19, 1969; The Arts & Sciences Review Committee Proposals; Inquiry as to the Possibility of Initiating a Program of Jewish Studies; Proposed Three-College System for Undergraduate Arts and Sciences; Report of the CAS, University of Pittsburgh, submitted by J. E. Schneewind, Dean; New Careers Development Program, December 12, 1969.

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Graduate Programs 1.1.2

Committee on Training College Teachers; "Proposed Reorganization of Graduate Study at Pitt"; "Policy Regarding the Administration of Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs"; Letter of approval from Pennsylvania Department of Education for the certificate of Graduate Programs for the preparation of Speech Coordinators; and University Council on Graduate Study.

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School of General Studies 1.1.3

Memo on the decision to move SGS out of jurisdiction of FAS to the Provost Area with "Revision of FAS By-Laws Regarding SGS," May 26, 1969; ASTRA, SGS News Publication; Student Cabinet Memo to all Department Chairmen regarding "Departmental Relationship with SGS"; Retirement from Deanship of Viers W. Adams, August 1, 1970; Search Committee for the Deanship of SGS; and Report of the SGS Review Committee.

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Search for Dean of FAS 21.1.4

Letters to William H. Rea and members of Search Committee announcing that Jerome L. Rosenberg has been appointed Dean, FAS and Pitt Release on Jerome L. Rosenberg appointed Dean, FAS, effective March 1, 1970.

Series  1.2. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1969-1970 

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GSB - General 1.2

Memos on Faculty Retreat on the Development of Programs for Black Students with report and recommendations; Student Attendance at Faculty Meetings; Cooperation with Neighborhood Centers and Associations; Student Consulting Project to GSB; GSB Board of Visitors Meeting, March 6 & 7, 1970; Renewal of Gulf Oil Corp. Graduate Fellowship in GSB for 1970-1971 Academic Year; Albert Wesley Frey Lecture; Marshall Alan Robinson Lecture; GSB considering broadening opportunities available to mid-career executives in business field; and changing of Academic Color Designation for Schools of Business from drab to sapphire blue.

Series  1.3. School of Education, 1969-1970 

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Reports and Memoranda 1.3

Report of Board of Visitors Meeting, December 13, 1968; Proposed Graduate Program in Environmental Studies; Advanced Graduate Study for black faculty members and administrators; Board of Visitors Report, June 9-10, 1969; Report of Ad Hoc Committee on ROTC; and James Kelly appointed Associate Dean of School of Education.

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Falk School 1.3.1

Series  1.4. School of Engineering, 1969-1970 

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School of Engineering - General 1.4

"The 3rd G.A. Price Lecture, Prospects for New Urban Systems"; Proposal to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for support of a Creative Design Program by Pitt's School of Engineering; Board of Visitor's Meeting, May 4-5, 1969; Successful Engineering Campaign Fund; Alcoa Foundation approves a grant to Pitt in support of their scholarship programs; Engineering Accrediting Team with Dr. Posvar's notes, July 4, 1970; Pitt Engineering Students raise $2,614.18 for School of Blind Children; Annual Report, 1968-1969; and brief statement on School of Engineering by Dean Hoelscher.

Series  1.5. School of Law, 1969-1970 

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School of Law - General 1.5

Trustees of the Carthage Foundation approve a grant in the amount of $25,000 to Pitt's School of Law for the black student program; Board of Visitors October 16 Meeting regarding New Law School Building; letter of inquiry on black students studying law; Pitt Law Professor William F. Schulz elected to a second term as Secretary of American Society for Legal History.

Series  1.6. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1969-1970 

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GSLIS - General 1.6

Pitt Release on Associate Professor Casimir Borkowski Develops Moon Language for Cataloging Lunar Features, June 11, 1969; "Knowledge Availability Systems Center, The Library Automation Network at University of Pittsburgh" brochure; Allen Kent will become Director, Office of Communications Programs; Recommendation for Approval of an interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Information Science; Grant for Institutes for Training in Librarianship; Board of Visitors, October 17, 1969; Letter concerning deficiencies in library facilities; Sears Roebuck Foundation grant of $4,000 to assist in acquisition of books for library; Senate Library Committee Meeting, April 16, 1970; Dr. C. Walter Stone resigns as Director of the University Libraries and Mrs. Glenora Rossell replaces him, August 31, 1970.

Series  1.7. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1969-1970 

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GSPIA - General 1.7

Memos on GSPIA’s Building Requirements; Joint Efforts with CMU's School of Urban and Public Affairs; Pitt Release and installation material for Lawrence C. Howard as Dean of GSPIA; "Proposal for an Institute of Policy Studies"; Notes on "Proposal VI. Achievement of a Major Urban Research Component"; University Center for the Study of Environmental and Urban Systems; "Problems of an International Affairs Curriculum"; Allegheny Conference on Community Development, 28th Meeting of the Executive Committee, September 5, 1969; Memos on Suggested Agenda for Creating a Livable Urban Industrial Society; Semi-Annual Report from the Nigerian Project, February 1 to July 31, 1969; Commendation of Donald C. Stone, Dean Emeritus of GSPIA, by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's House of Representatives; Memos on Survey of the Urban Affairs Draft Constitution; Proposed Public Employee-Management Training and Research Program, developed by the Institute for Urban Policy and Administration; and Five-Year Program Projections of GSPIA.

Series  1.8. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1969-1970 

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GSSW - General 31.8

Dr. William H. McCullough, Dean of Pitt's GSSW will resign effective January 1, 1971; Summary Report on 3-day Workshops, February 17-19, 1971; Memo regarding Evaluation and Recommendation of Grades for Students in Field Placement in the Administration Sequence of the GSSW; Memo regarding GSSW Faculty Members for the Search Committee; Copy of letter from Faculty and Students at GSSW protesting the cut in the State Welfare Program; and Position Statement on National Issues by the Faculty and Students of the GSSW at Pitt.

Series  1.9. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), 1969-1970 

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LRDC - General 1.9

Annual Report, August, 1969; Program Plan and Budget Request, October, 1969; LRDC Board of Visitors Meeting, February 13-14, 1970; and Pitt Release regarding Dr. Robert Glaser Honored for Research on Instruction, March 5, 1960.

Series  1.11. Space Research Coordination Center (SRCC), 1969-1970 

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SRCC - General 1.11

Minutes of the SRCC Coordinating Committee Meeting, October 7, 1969; Letter to Sarah Mellon Scaife Foundation on present operations and plans for SRCC; NASA Visit to University, October 29, 1969; Dr. Posvar receives Honorary Invitation to view Apollo 11 Flight and 1st landing on the moon; NASA to send first lunar samples to Pitt; Telegram from NASA requesting special security for lunar samples; and Pitt to affiliate with Universities Space Research Association with Dr. Bruce K. Hapke as Pitt's official representative.

Series  1.15. Health Professions, 1969-1970 

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Health Professions - General 1.15

Memo on Comments on Policy Statement regarding Charging Patients by Full-Time Faculty; Report of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, "Report of the survey of the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, January 20-23, 1969"; Memo regarding University Radiation Safety Committee Appointments, November 10, 1969, with booklet entitled "Regulations Regarding the Safe Use of Sources of Ionizing Radiation"; Day Care Proposal, March 2, 1970; Letter regarding budget concerning Student Health Services; and Pitt's Ad-Hoc Health Committee Agenda on Group Practice Plan and Reorganization of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.

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School of Medicine 1.15.1-1.15.1a

Folder 1.15.1

Material for a new organization, The National Collegiate Association for the Conquest of Cancer (NCACA); Recommendations for the reorganization of WPIC, effective January 1, 1970; Dr. Jack D. Myers resigns as Chairman of the Department of Medicine, June 30, 1970 and appointed University Professor on July 1; Dr. James Leonard, Professor of Medicine, will be Acting Chairman of the Department; and Minutes of the Executive Committee of the School of Medicine and Executive Committee of the Governing Board of WPIC.

Folder 1.15.1a

Memos on Use of Human Subjects in Experiments, Dickson Prize in Medicine, and approval of the reorganization of WPIC; Pitt Release regarding Attorneys Rule on Union Jurisdiction at Western Psychiatric Institute, March 12, 1970; Dr. Henry W. Brosin, M.D., resigns as Chairman of Department of Psychiatry and Director of WPIC, and effective August 1, 1970, change in status to Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry; Memo to all members of Executive Committee, Faculty of Medicine, on methods in recommending members of faculty for promotion to tenured positions; Resolutions passed by American Medical Schools sent to Deans of American Medical Schools; Board of Visitors for School of Medicine; Arsenal Family & Children's Center Annual Report, 1965-1969; "The Society of University Surgeons 31st Annual Meeting," February 12-14, 1970; The Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Institute of the Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Bulletin & Curriculum, 1969-1970; and "A Report on the Role of Economic Motivation in the Performance of Medical School Faculty," April 1970.

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Graduate School of Public Health 41.15.2

Progress Report on Long-Term Training Program for Nursing Home Personnel. July 1, 1969 to April 15, 1970; Proposal for OCEAC Regional Public Health Training Project, April 1970; and Memo regarding Sub-Contract with the University of the West Indies, June 10, 1970.

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School of Dental Medicine 1.15.3

Tuition rates for Dental Schools in immediate district and School of Dental Medicine Budget, 1970-1971.

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School of Pharmacy 1.15.4

Brochure, "Programs of the Department of Pharmacology, School of Medicine" and Board of Visitors, University of Pittsburgh, School of Pharmacy.

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School of Nursing 1.15.5

Graduate and Undergraduate Student Enrollment, September 25, 1969; Pitt receives a grant from National Fund for Graduate Nursing Education; and Approval of construction grant for School of Nursing.

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School of Health Related Professions 1.15.6

Letter regarding unrestricted funds budget for School of Health Related Professions for 1970-1971.

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Health Related Programs - Planning 1.15.7
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Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic 1.15.8

Series  1.16. Regional Campuses, 1969-1970 

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Bradford 1.16.1

Memo for the Record regarding Purchase of the Bradford Airport Club by the University and GSA Project No. P-1103-19 for Academic Building, Bradford Campus, University of Pittsburgh.

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Greensburg 1.16.2

List of Government Officials attending Greensburg Campus Dinner on July 10, 1969; GSA Project No. P-1103-21 for Science Building and Parking, Greensburg Campus, University of Pittsburgh; and Pamphlet "University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, 1969-1970."

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Johnstown 1.16.3

Project 2HL-CH-PA-277 (D) for University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown Campus, Dormitory #7; Booklet "Library Ground Breaking, UPJ," October 2, 1969, and "Policies and Procedures Regarding the Operation of a Degree Program in Engineering Technology at Johnstown."

Series  1.17. International Programs, 1969-1970 

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International Programs - General 1.17

"International Conference," October 1968; Letter regarding Developing relationship with Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Columbia, November 20, 1969; Establishment of Cuban Studies Newsletter; Minutes of Meeting of Latin American Studies Advisory Committee, May 28, 1970; AIU Meeting in Montreal, 1970; Letter regarding Dr. Posvar's visit to Centre for Economic Development and Administration (CEDA) in Nepal; Memo from Dr. Jiri Nehnevajsa (Sociology) regarding his recent visit to Nepal; Contract Proposal to Pitt for a Regional Public Health Training Project for West Central Africa; and Inter-University Consortium for Andean Studies, Constitution and By-Laws.

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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 1.17.1

UCIS Budget; Correspondence and Newsletters regarding UCIS; Memo regarding Dr. Holland G. Paulston requests approval from Department of State to visit Cuba; A series of symposia to be held at Pitt regarding "China 20 Years After"; Correspondence with Henry Kissinger regarding relocation of Antonin Snejkarek, head of Czechoslovak Institute for International Politics, to settle in the West; UCIS developments in National Defense Foreign Language Fellowships and Increased recognition of part played by faculty in the development of Andean Studies; "Caress" regarding Career Retrieval Search System, January 1970; UCIS Summary of Cultural Project Proposals Submitted by the Area Studies Program; "Availability and Reliability of Statistics In Socialist Cuba," January 1970; Report on the Proposed Expansion of the Advanced Industrial Societies Program; "Economic Openers and International Financial Flows" by Marina V.N. Whitman and UCIS Activities; and Cocktail Reception for Dr. Antonio Isidro, President and Founder of Mindanao State University of the Philippines, June 8, 1970.

Series  1.18. Urban Programs, 1969-1970 

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Urban Programs - General 1.18

Memos on Remaining Names for Committee on Community Services, January 10, 1969; University Center for the Study of Environmental and Urban Systems, October 21, 1969; Pitt's responsibility to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; The Urban Coalition, Conference on Urban Education, Washington, D.C., December 15, 1969; Memos on University Fellowship in Urban Affairs, Mr. David Epperson named 1st recipient; University-Urban Interface Program; and Letter from Henry Ford II of Ford Motors in praise of Mr. Morton Coleman.

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Racial Programs, Conference on White Racism, November 5, 1969 51.18.1
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Project A 1.18.3

Malcolm-Martin-Marcus Scholars Program Report on 1968-1969 and 1969-1970 Activities.

Series  1.19. Research Programs, 1969-1970 

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Research Programs - General 1.19

University of Pittsburgh Foreign Policy Research Institute, Draft Report on Operations, July 1965 to June 1969; Application for Charter of Incorporation for the College for Human Services, an Innovation in Urban Higher Education; and Second Annual Report and Evaluation of the Talent Corps, College for Human Services, 1967-1965.

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University Administrative Research Program 1.19.1

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1969-1970 

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Athletics - General 2.0.

Sports News, Pitt to AstroTurf Stadium, May 18, 1970; Lifetime Sports Education Workshop; Congratulatory letter to Robert C. Kuhn on being selected to the All-American Wrestling Team; Cas Myslinski's remarks to Pittsburgh Press Reporter as to why Pitt does not want to play Point Park; Athletic Department Dinner, November 21, 1969; Correspondence regarding Cheerleaders and travel expenses to away games; Information regarding University Athletic Committee and the Senate Committee on Athletics; Proposed changes to the Four-School Agreement regarding red-shirting and scholarship limits in football and basketball; Memo regarding Recommended Changes in Eligibility Requirements for Athletes, June 7, 1969; 1969 Revised Pitt Roster; and Intramural Athletics Handbook, 1969-1970.

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Athletic Director 2.1
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Panther Foundation 2.2
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Varsity Letter Club 2.3

Annual Homecoming Dinner, November 7, 1969; Letter regarding Letterman of Distinction for 1969, September 22, 1969; Pitt Varsity Letter Club Officers elected for 1969-1970; and John Michelosen named Letterman of Distinction for 1969 by Pitt Varsity Letter Club.

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Football 2.4

Itineraries of Football Games and Chancellor's Guest List; Letters praising performances of Pitt Band at various away from home games; Faculty Serving on Athletic Committees; 1969 Revised Pitt Roster; and The Pittsburgh Curbstone Coaches Annual Distinguished Service to Football Award given to Dr. Posvar.

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees, and Memberships, 1969-1970 

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1969-1970 

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Board of Trustees - General 3.1

Memo to Members of Board of Trustees from Dr. Posvar to review his administration since his assumption of office, August 18, 1969; Computing, Student Unrest, and Provost Office; Forbes article, "The Hillman's of Pittsburgh"; List of Board of Trustees, 1969-1970; "Enrollment of Secondary School Students in Regular Courses at University of Pittsburgh," February 19, 1970; Pitt Release, Pitt Board Announces Three Trustee Elections, May 26, 1970; Orientation of New Trustees and Chancellor's Remarks to New Trustees, May 27, 1970; Memo on Freedom of Information at State Universities, June 25, 1970; Recommended appointments to Medical Staff at WPIC for period July 1, 1970 to June 30, 1971 and copy of amended Constitution and By-Laws of Medical Staff of WPIC as proposed by Medical Staff; Resolution from Board of Trustees honoring memory of W. George Crouch, Professor of English, Dean Emeritus of the Faculty and Secretary Emeritus of the University; Chancellor's Report to Board of Trustees, January 13, 1970 and May 13, 1970; and University of Pittsburgh Ad Hoc Health Committee Minutes, April 3, 1970.

Memos on Funding Crisis Committee; Payment of Dues for Institutional Membership in Professional Organizations; Special Meeting Notice to Members of FASC, Senate Council and Chairmen of Senate Standing Committee regarding political and financial crisis; Minutes of Organization and Procedures Committee, March 5, 1970; and Notes from Jack Freeman on meeting regarding University Committee on Women’s Rights.

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By-Laws 3.1.1

By-Laws of the Board of Trustees, University of Pittsburgh and By-Laws of University of Pittsburgh of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education as adopted By Board of Trustees, January 14, 1969.

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Budget Audit Committee 3.1.2

Memo regarding Financial Report, August 31, 1969 and Meeting Minutes of the Budget-Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees, September 9, 1969 and May 5, 1970.

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Education and Student Affairs Committee 3.1.3

Memos on Student Nominations for the Study Committee on University Government; Notes on the September 5 Meeting of the Chancellor's Student Affairs Advisory Committee; Student Affairs Advisory Committee, Status of University of Pittsburgh's Building Program; Dean's Report to Education and Student Affairs Sub-Committee; Minutes of Student Affairs Committee of Board of Trustees, Johnstown Campus, May 13, 1970; and Minutes of Meeting of the Education and Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees, October 16, 1969 and January 13, 1970.

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Executive Committee 3.1.4

Chancellor's Reports to the Executive Committee with Minutes of Meetings of Executive Committee of Board of Trustees; Correspondence regarding Montefiore Hospital's desire to affiliate with University Health Center of Pittsburgh; Reorganization of WPIC; Relationship of University and Presbyterian-University Hospital; Open Hearing on Student Housing; and Notes on the Union Situation.

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Facilities Committee 3.1.5

Memo on Future Use of the Stadium Area and Minutes of Facilities Committee Meetings of the Board of Trustees.

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Financial Development Committee 3.1.6

Agenda of Financial Development Committee, University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees, October 16, 1969; Meeting Minutes of the Financial Development Committee, October 16, 1969 and January 13, 1970; and "Financial Development Committee," January 13, 1970.

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Investment Committee 3.1.7

Agenda and Minutes of Meeting of Investment Committee of Board of Trustees September 8 and November 10, 1969 and February 9 and June 4 and 9, 1970; Assignment of Endowment Funds to Management Pools; and University of Pittsburgh Consolidated Investment Fund, September 30 to December 31, 1969.

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University Governance 63.1.8

Proposed agenda for Ad Hoc Committee on University Governance, December 17, 1969, with Proposal for Improving Communication between the Board of Trustees, Faculty and the Student Body; and "Toward the Democratically Governed University," by J. W. Chapman, Professor of Political Science, January 15, 1970.

Series  3.2. Advisory Boards, 1969-1970 

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Minutes of the Meeting of Advisory Board Chairmen, October 16, 1969 3.2
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Bradford 3.2.1

Bradford Political Meeting, October 16, 1969, with UP Bradford Advisory Board and UP Bradford, Chancellor's Dinner guest list and seating arrangement.

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Greensburg 3.2.2
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Johnstown 3.2.3

Advisory Board and Newspaper clipping from Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, "HUD okays Loan for Fifth Dormitory on UPJ Campus," July 12, 1969.

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Titusville 3.2.4

Series  3.3. Council of Deans, 1969-1970 

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Memorandum and Meeting Minutes 3.3

Minutes of Meeting of Academic Deans, Hidden Valley, December 3-4, 1969; Minutes of Meeting of Council of Deans and Campus Presidents, March 11, 1970; and Memo regarding Public Relations at University of Pittsburgh, March 9, 1970.

Series  3.4. Senate Council, 1969-1970 

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Meeting Minutes and Chancellor's Remarks, September 1969-June 1970 3.4

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1969-1970 

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Senate - General 3.5

Report of the Senate Budget Policies Committee on the Financial Aspects of the University Retirement Plan; Senate Committee on Organization Procedures- Policy on Selection of Deans, September 15, 1969; Memo on Resolution passed October 2 by University Senate regarding National Day of Protest against continuation of War in Viet Nam scheduled for October 15, 1969; Annual Report, University of Pittsburgh Senate, 1968-1969; Senate Committee on Organization and Procedure Meeting, November 6, 1969; By-Law Amendment Proposals for Decision at University Senate Meeting, January 29, 1970; Revised list of Council of the University Senate, 1969-1970; Dr. Posvar Memo to Faculty and Staff regarding recent funding crisis; Dr. J.L. Rosenberg appointed to Council of University Senate; A Proposal to Foster Legitimate Political Action; Memo on Visit of Middle States reaccreditation team; University Senate Meeting with proposed changes in By-Laws of University Senate, November 21, 1969; and Meeting, June 19, 1970.

Series  3.6. Organizational Memberships, 1969-1970 

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American Association of Independent College and University Presidents, Constitution 3.6
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Advisory Committee on Patents, Planning Committee for Middle States Accreditation 3.6.1
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development (ACCD) 3.6.2
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American Council on Education (ACE) 3.6.3

Minutes of ACE Meetings; correspondence; Memo regarding ACE Institutes for Deans, January 30, 1970; and Financial Statements for 1969.

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Association of American Colleges (AAC) 3.6.4
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Civic Light Opera Association 3.6.5
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Council on Foreign Relations 3.6.7
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Health Center Hospital Service 73.6.10
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MPC Corporation (Mellon Pitt Corporation) 3.6.11

Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, April 23, 1969; A Study of Health Care in Western Pennsylvania; History of the Center for Western Pennsylvania Health Services Research and Development; Proposal to Establish a Radiation Research Center in Western Pennsylvania; and Saxonburg FM Cyclotron Modification Project.

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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 3.6.13
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 3.6.15

ACE Special Report, August 12, 1969; Memo regarding A Recommendation for Joint University Library Program Action, November 13, 1969; Job Description for Equal Opportunity Officer for PCHE; Memo on Gulf Action Project, April 20, 1970; Six Month Preliminary Report on Feasibility Study on Community Institutes, May 6, 1970; and Minutes of Meetings of PCHE.

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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 3.6.17
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Presbyterian-University Hospital 3.6.18

Labor Developments at PUH; PUH Report on Examination, year ended June 30, 1969; Memo on Report on Hospital Merger; By-Laws of PUH; The Finance Committee of Board of Trustees of PUH; Minutes of Board of Trustees Meetings; and Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings.

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Regional Council for International Education (RCIE) 3.6.19
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University Health Center of Pittsburgh (UHCP later UHC) 3.6.22

Summary of Discussions Related to the Selection of Consultants to Assist in the Development of a Master Plan for UHC; By-Laws of UHCP change proposed by Pitt; proposal for long range planning and the organization for planning, December 4, 1969; Statement of Interest for Health Care Systems Planning; Special Meeting, UHC, Board of Trustees, December 11, 1969; Problems Confronting UHC and its Member Institutions, December 31, 1969; Pitt Release on Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Reorganized, February 19, 1970; First Quarterly Meeting, UHC Board of Trustees, February 20, 1970; UHC Trustees; Mr. John T. Ryan appointed Chairman of Board of Trustees of UHC and Mr. Edward J. Magee steps down from that office; Second Quarterly Meeting, UHC, April 6, 1970; First Draft of proposed agreement concerning land bank; and Proposal of a 5-floor addition to Children's Hospital.

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University Science Center (USC) 83.6.23

A Letter to the Faculty from USC; USC Special Board of Directors Meeting, March 10, 1969; USC Agendas; Officer Meetings; Chronological Notes; and Weekly Notes.

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WQED Board of Directors 3.6.24
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 3.6.26

"American Council on Education, A Declaration on Campus Unrest"; Minutes of ACLU Committee on Civil Liberties Meetings; "Inside ACLU"; "ACLU - Pittsburgh"; "Civil Liberties Record"; and Civil Liberties Newspaper.

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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 3.6.27

"Statement to Committee for Resolution 14 of Senate of Pennsylvania" by Jerome L. Rosenberg, June 26, 1969; Meeting with Dr. Posvar regarding Issues raised by AAUP, University of Pittsburgh; Memo regarding Changes in 1970-1971 Faculty Compensation Survey, November 20, 1969; and AAUP Bulletin, Summer 1969.

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American Association for Higher Education 3.6.28
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American Academy of Political and Social Science 3.6.29
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International Studies Association (ISA) 3.6.32
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New Professional Association 3.6.33

Pitt Release on New Professionals Program for Health, Education and Welfare Workers; News Release from New Professional Association of Pittsburgh; and Letter from A. Pascasio, Dean of School of Health Related Professions, regarding acceptance of students proposed by New Professional Association, December 17, 1969.

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West Point Society of Western Pennsylvania 3.6.34
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Health Research & Services Foundation (HRSF) 3.6.35
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Center for International Studies, MIT and Harvard 93.6.36
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Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs 3.6.41
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 3.6.42
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American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) 3.6.43

Series  3.8. Cabinet Meetings, 1969-1970 

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Chancellor's Staff Meetings Agendas and Minutes 3.8
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Crisis Management 3.8.1

Harvard Bulletin, "Universities in Trouble"; "A Case Study of a University Pattern of Error. Cornell University McPhelin incident"; and Clippings on "The University and Its Students," "Penn Trustees Criticized," and "Purdue Gets Tough Against Disorders."

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1969-1970 

Series  4.0. Administration and Planning - General, 1969-1970 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 4.0.

Memos regarding Renaming of Medical Center Nurses Residence; Experimental Aircraft Warning Light; Community College Transfer Students, Continuing Education, February 2, 1970; Letter regarding Institute for Educational Management created at Harvard, February 11, 1970; Memo on Additional appropriation to cover escalated cost of new Chemistry Building; and Correspondence regarding Laurance Rockefeller prepared to purchase the University of Pittsburgh's rights to approximately 14 acres of land on John Tartar property on Virgin Gorda.

Series  4.1. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1969-1970 

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Facilities and Physical Plant - General 4.1

Memo regarding Conference Center, June 10, 1969; Design of building for School of Education; Graduate School of Library & Information Science and the Social Sciences, July 3, 1969; Memo regarding Babcock Room Model, November 7, 1969; Letter on Upper Campus Dormitory, November 14, 1969; Memos on Common Facilities Acoustics; Continuing Education; Revised Proposals for Regional Campuses and Student Center, January 2, 1970; Project # G.S.A. 1103-11 for Construction of Dormitories; Movement Memo #231 regarding Space on 18th floor, Cathedral of Learning vacated by Administrative Systems assigned to Physical Plant, January 23, 1970; Technical Services Operation of Graduate School of Library & Information Sciences assigned spaces on 2nd floor, Old WQED Building; Project No. G.S.A. - 1103-10, Natural Science Facility and Undergraduate Chemistry Building; Memos regarding Mail service at Montefiore Hospital, February 15, 1970; Need for Physical Facility in the Community, March 13, 1970; Future Use of the Stadium Area, May 4, 1970; and Land Acquisition Agreements In the vicinity of Forbes Field (with map) and Land opposite Scaife Hall the contiguous Hospitals (with map).

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Planning 4.1.1

Project G.S.A. # 1103-11, Dormitory; G.S.A. # 1103-9, School of Engineering Building; Fact Sheet for Chemistry Building; Memos regarding Agreements with City Planning, Space for Women's Liberation Group, and University's Capacity for Community College Transfers; Agreement for Air Rights over Health Center Garage; Memo on Economic Impact of a College on Its Environment; and Questionnaire regarding future of the Association of Urban Universities.

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Hillman Library Dedication 4.1.5
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Nationality Rooms 4.1.6
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Fitch Faculty Center 4.1.8

Correspondence and Statement Regarding the Proposed Fitch Faculty Center

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University Architecture 4.1.9

Letter regarding planning of Forbes Quadrangle and several other buildings.

Series  4.2. Finance, 1969-1970 

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Finance - General 4.2

Letter to Senator Robert D. Fleming; Letter to Dr. D. Kurtzman regarding distribution of 1970-1971 income and expenditure budgets; Dr. Posvar letter on Financial Disaster Plan; Edison Montgomery’s answer to "poison-pen” letter in Pitt News; The Need for Increased Appropriations in 1970-71; and Pitt Release on Pitt's Statement on State Stop-Gap Spending Plan, June 15, 1970.

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Current Budget, 1969-1970 4.2.1

General University Operating Expense Budget, Fiscal Year 1968-1969; Memos regarding The Budget Making Process within FAS; Financial Support in 1970-1971; UCIS Budget, Fiscal Year 1971; Capital Projects for Oakland Campus and Suburban Campuses; Air Force ROTC Budget at Pitt, Current Situation; Budget Message of Governor Raymond P. Shafer, 1970-1971; Comparison of Administration and General Expense, Fiscal years 1965-1969, 1969-1970, and 1970-1971; Telegram on Budget Hearings in Harrisburg; News Clippings regarding budget; and Budget Materials, 1970-1971.

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Financial Crisis 104.2.2

Draft from Dr. Posvar to members of Faculty and Staff on recent funding crisis; Memo from Dr. Posvar to Members of Board of Trustees and Members of Regional Campus Advisory Boards on funding crisis; Pitt Release regarding Pitt Warns Students, Parents, Alumni that State Financial Crisis is Grave; FASC passes two motions on the subject of the legislative Council, February 13, 1970; Memo from Dr. Posvar regarding complete report of Budget situation, February 18, 1970; Pitt Releases on Key Questions & Answers on State Appropriation and Statement Issued by Executive Committee of Board of Trustees; and Memo from Dr. Posvar to members of Faculty & Staff stating the Recent Funding Crisis was resolved when General Assembly passed an appropriation bill for Pitt.

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Budget 4.2.3

Draft, Summary Student Aid Request, 1970-1971; The Schools of the University submit their proposed budgets; Draft "Budget Presentation - 1969-1970," March 1969; and Budget Presentation, 1970-1971.

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1969-1970 

Subseries  4.3.1 Registrar 

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Enrollment 4.3.1.1

Fall 1969 Enrollment Figures for Oakland Campus.

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Graduate Lists 4.3.2.1

Preliminary and final lists of graduates for 1969-1970.

Subseries  4.3.4. Comptroller 

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Memoranda 4.3.4

Series  4.4. University Planning, 1969-1970 

Subseries  4.4.0. Planning - General 

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Memoranda 4.4

Subseries  4.4.1. New Careers Program 

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New Careers Program - General 4.4.1

Proposal for New Careers Development Program at Pitt; Minutes of New Careers Development Committee Meeting, March 22, 1969; New Careers Development Program Committee, with copy of tentative budget; New Careers Budget, 1969-1970; Agreement Concerning New Careers Program; Final draft of New Careers Program for 1971-1972 and beyond; Memo regarding Associate Provost Donald Henderson will serve as Chairman of New Careers Program, October 1, 1970; "Reports of the Academic Deans: Curriculum Planning and Innovation,” Hidden Valley, December 3-4, 1969; and Minutes and Agenda of Meeting of the Academic Dean, Hidden Valley.

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Indian Lake, July 28-29, 1969 4.4.1.1

Subseries  4.4.2. Ten Year Objectives 

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Long-Range Objectives for Individual Schools 4.4.2

Subseries  4.4.5. Space Utilization 

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Memoranda and Reports 114.4.5

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1969-1970 

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Personnel - General 4.5

Correspondence regarding TIAA & CREF; Nepotism Policy; Blue Cross - Blue Shield; Benefits for Full-Time Salaried Employees; Grievance Procedure; Fair Employment Practices; Equal Employment Opportunity; Third Term Faculty Compensation; Local 29 Labor Agreement Coverage of W.P.I.C.; Two Term Faculty Salaries Paid over 12 Months; New Policy for Faculty Status for Professional Librarians; Waivers of the 2-year foreign residency requirement; Letters of appointment to Faculty; Handbook for Faculty, 1970; TIAA-CREF, 1969; and Annual Report.

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Faculty Club 4.5.1

Fitch Faculty Center with blueprints; "The Need for an Improved Faculty Club"; and Memo on Use of Faculty Club by Non-Authorized Personnel.

Series  4.6. Computer and Information Programs, 1969-1970 

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Director of Communications Programs 4.6

Proposal for Ph.D. Program in Information and Communication Sciences (Information Science) and Memo regarding Allen Kent to become Director of Office of Communications Programs, December 29, 1969.

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Computer Center 4.6.1

Series  4.7. Security, 1969-1970 

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Memoranda and Police Report 4.7

Memos on 90% of Campus Police have joined Teamsters Local 249; ROTC Scare; and Police Department report of student Sit-in.

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1969-1970 

Series  5.0. Chancellor's Memoranda, 1969-1970 

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Memoranda 5.0.

Series  5.1. General, 1969-1970 

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Memoranda and Reports - General 5.1

Memos on Alterations to the Chancellor's Office, Drawing #4488-D; Correspondence for Chancellor's Signature, February 24, 1970; Travel Plans for Future Trips; Heinz Chapel Memorial Service for Dr. W. George Couch; Cost Estimate for Proposed Renovations to 12th floor Cathedral of Learning; Interim Suspension and Campus Exclusion; Dr. Posvar's personal files; household bills; Draft "Duties and Responsibilities of various administrative assistants to the Chancellor"; Dr. Posvar issued special permission of official University Auto to use bus and Taxi way under airport; Draft "Report of the Chancellor's Committee on the Future of the Arts at the University of Pittsburgh," April 1970; and Memo regarding Cancellation of classes, Monday, July 21, 1969, so faculty and staff may view lunar landing.

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Condolence Letters from the Chancellor 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters from the Chancellor 5.1.2
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Invitations Accepted by the Chancellor 125.1.3
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Invitations Regrets from the Chancellor 135.1.4
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Invitations Extended by the Chancellor 5.1.5
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Black Action Society 5.1.6b

Formation of the organization and Black Student Handbook.

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Black Faculty and Staff 5.1.6c
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Black Recruitment 5.1.6d
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Admissions and Financial Aid for Black Students 5.1.6e
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Proposed Activities and Implementation Regarding African Americans 5.1.6f
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Clippings and Miscellaneous 5.1.6g
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Graduate School of Social Work 5.1.6h
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Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Black Students 5.1.6i
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Computer Center Occupation, January 15, 1969 5.1.6j
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Vice Chancellor for Afro-American Affairs 5.1.6k
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Black Studies Program 145.1.6l
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Johnstown Campus 5.1.6m-5.1.6n
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Annual Report 5.1.6o
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Provost Search Committee 5.1.6p
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Chancellor's Residence 5.1.8
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Statements 5.1.10

Statement to Members of University Community on Construction Programs; Vietnam Moratorium, October 15, 1969; and Pitt News, "Students Assaulted on Campus," September 12, 1969.

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Telegrams 5.1.11
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Public Concern Letters 155.1.12
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Social 5.1.13

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1969-1970 

Series  6.0. Program and Development Affairs - General, 1969-1970 

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Program and Development Affairs 6.0.

Attorney Martin A. Hamburger Named Head of Pitt Federal, Local Relations Office; "Model Cities Program"; Survey Report, "Campus Survey Shows 'Rebels' in Minority, Most Students Approve 'Establishment'; Proposed draft to Mayor Joseph M. Barr regarding deposit of Mayor Barr's papers in the Archives of Industrial Society at University Library; Copy of Peter F. Flaherty's Inauguration Address; A Proposal Submitted to Lilly Endowment, Inc. for support of Modernization of the Stephen Foster Memorial by University of Pittsburgh; Letter of verbal allocations of regular funds for Projects involving the Pittsburgh Model Neighborhood; Development of Office of Special Events, April 14, 1970; Automating the Development and Alumni Records, May 12, 1970; and Duties and Responsibilities of Government Relations.

Series  6.1. Development, 1969-1970 

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Gifts and Grants 6.1.1
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National Science Foundation (NSF) 6.1.2

Dr. Richard H. McCoy named as Dr. David Halliday's replacement as Coordinating Official for NSF Senior Foreign Scientist Fellowship Program and Professors Henry S. Frank and Adolf Grunbaum nominated for National Medal of Science.

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1969-1970 

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Alumni Affairs - General 166.2

Memos regarding Automating the Development and Alumni Records and Policies on Football Entertainment. Alumni Council passes resolutions at May 18 Meeting for Support of University to maintain standards of discipline and endorses position of keeping University open during any student unrest demonstrations; Council abhors the use of University of Pittsburgh facilities by groups openly advocating the overthrow of the American Government; and Council supports Pitt's decision to install a synthetic playing surface and synthetic track at Pitt Stadium.

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Annual Giving Fund (AGF) 6.2.1

Series  6.3. Commonwealth Relations, 1969-1970 

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Commonwealth Relations - General 6.3
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State Allocations and State Relatedness 6.3.1
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Current Bills Introduced 6.3.2

Series  6.4. American Assembly, 1969-1970 

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Reports on Arms Limitation and World Hunger 6.4

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange, 1969-1970 

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Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange - General 6.5

Proposed Reorganization of Foreign Student Admissions Office; Memo regarding Recommendations for Improvements in Commons Rooms, Nationality Rooms, Information Service, Quo Vadis Hostess Tours Complex, January 23, 1970; memo regarding Some Recommendations for Strengthening Our Public Relations in Area Related to OCEE, January 26, 1970; and Memo on Senior Fulbright-Hays Program for 1971-1972.

Series  6.6. Federal Government Relations, 1969-1970 

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Federal Government Relations - General 6.6

The Current Strategic Doctrines of the U.S.; Telegram and letter regarding NDEA Title IV; Draft NDEA Title VI and the Mutual Education and Cultural Exchange Act; University Commitment to the Pitt News; Statement by Senator Charles H. Percy on student dismay over escalation of war in Southeast Asia; and Memo regarding Federal Funding for UCEP and Other Minority Programs, June 1, 1970.

Series  6.7. News and Publications, 1969-1970 

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News and Publications - General 6.7
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Clippings 6.7.1
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Pitt Releases (Press Releases) 6.7.2
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Polaris 6.7.3
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Report of the Chancellor 176.7.4
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Gift Publications 6.7.7
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University Times 6.7.9

Series  6.9. University Press, 1969-1970 

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University Press - General 6.9

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1969-1970 

Series  7.0. Student Affairs - General, 1969-1970 

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Activities Calendar and Memoranda 7.0.

Activities Calendar, Fall Term, 1969; Memo regarding Smoking in Classrooms, September 1, 1969; Search for New Dean of Students; Reorganization of Office of Student Affairs; District Attorney Duggan bans showing of movie, I Am Curious Yellow, during Pitt Winter Weekend; and Daniel H. McFadden appointed Executive Assistant to the Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs.

Series  7.1. Student Affairs, 1969-1970 

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Student Affairs - General 7.1

An Agreement between the University of Pittsburgh and Department of Health, Education and Welfare, covering participation in programs of Federal Student Financial Aid; Konnilyn Gay Feig accepts position of Associate Dean of Students, September 1, 1969; Student Affairs Advisory Committee; "Pitt Present Fraternities," 1969-1970; Pitt Release regarding Pitt Sponsors "White to White" Day-Long Program on Racism, October 28, 1969; Kobosky speech "The Student on the American College Campus"; Letter regarding Handicapped students seeking admission to Pitt; Pitt Release regarding Charles H. Dees, Jr., Named Director of Office of Student Aid, December 16, 1969; "Intercultural House"; Memos on University Policy on Drugs; University Policies and Programs; and Student Aid for Black Students, 1969-1970.

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Admissions 7.1.1
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Tuition 7.1.2
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Housing 187.1.3

University Housing Office Resident Assistant Manual; Memo on Ten Year Housing Projections, August 20, 1969; Procedures Used to Contact and Communicate with Students in Residence; Security in the Towers Residential Complex; Housing Report, Fall Term, 1969, Oakland Campus; Graduate Housing, December 15, 1969; Open Hearing on Student Housing, March 5, 1970; and "Fraternity Complex Feasibility Study for University of Pittsburgh."

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Student Union 7.1.4

Security at Pitt Student Union; University Event and Activity Information; Admittance Policy, Pitt Student Union; and Statement of Congratulations from Chancellor to finalists in the Miss University of Pittsburgh Competition.

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Student Health Service 7.1.5

Series  7.2. Student Organizations, 1969-1970 

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Organizations - General 7.2
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Student Government 7.2.2

Series  7.3. Demonstrations (Campus Unrest), 1969-1970 

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Demonstrations 7.3

Series  7.4. Activities, 1969-1970 

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Activities - General 7.4
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Commencement 18a7.4.1

Letters from President Nixon and Henry Kissinger and Letter to John Cardinal Wright.

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Honorary Degrees 7.4.2

Chronological List of Honorary Degrees, 1849-1969; Honorary Degree Candidates; Memos regarding One Undergraduate Student to serve as member of Ad Hoc Committee to nominate candidates for Honorary Degree; and Report of Meeting of University Committee on Honorary Degrees.

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Homecoming 197.4.3

Series  7.5. Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), 1969-1970 

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ROTC 7.5

ROTC Enrollment, May 7, 1970; Report of FAS Committee to Study ROTC, May 28, 1970; and Recommendation for the Award of the Legion of Merit to Col. David C. Clagett, Professor of Military Science, July 9, 1969

Series  7.6. Selective Service, 1969-1970 

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Press Releases 7.6

Series  7.7. Scholarships and Awards, 1969-1970 

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Correspondence and Booklet 7.7

Series  7.8. Placement Service, 1969-1970 

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Placement 7.8

Subgrp  8.0. Pamphlets and Miscellaneous, 1969-1970 

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Memoranda 8.0.

"Agenda for the next President of the U.S.," Pittsburgh World Affairs Council, May 28, 1968; Proposal for a Fourth International Symposium on Arms Control, June 17, 1969; An Open Letter to All Members of the CMU Campus Community, September 5, 1969; Mellon Student Art Study Program; Dr. Posvar to receive a Doctor of Laws Degree from Temple University; Pamphlets from School of Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Industrial, Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering; and Self-Evaluation Reports on The School, Undergraduate Education, and Graduate Programs

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Pamphlets and Reports 8.0a

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Recordgrp  IV. Academic Year 1970/71 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1970-1971 

Series  1.0. Academic Programs - General, 1970-1971 

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Academic Programs 11.0.

Report of the Chancellor's Committee on the Future of the Arts; The Need for a Learning Skills Center, Environmental Control Measures; University of Pittsburgh's Division of Instructional Experimentation; An Abstract of a Proposal to Operate an Educational Development Center at UP Johnstown with a Major Emphasis on Ecology and Environmental Education; Proposal for a Workshop to Develop a Program on Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies; and Academic Calendar, 1971-1972.

Series  1.1. New Careers Development Program, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda, Reports and Pamphlet 1.1

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1970-1971 

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Reports and Memoranda 1.2
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Correspondence Regarding Middle States Team Visit 1.2a

Series  1.3. Provost, 1970-1971 

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Provost - General 1.3

Setting Up Caribbean Studies Program; Suggestions to establish a one-year Advanced Study Program for older black faculty and administrators from predominantly black colleges and universities; Joseph Katz Exhibition at the Frick; Multi-College Structure for Undergraduate Arts and Sciences; Interim Report on the Andrew Mellon Professors and Fellows; Proposed Agreement with Carnegie Museum; 3-M Studies Program; and Letter from Dr. Peter Gray regarding Senate Council.

Series  1.4. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1970-1971 

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FAS - General 1.4

Dr. Posvar letter regarding plans and prospects for a program in Judaic Studies, June 4, 1971; Memos regarding Report of the Chancellor's Committee on the Future of the Arts; Report of the Board of Visitors of FAS, December 4-5, 1970; Proposed Establishment of a Department of History and Philosophy of Science in the FAS; Policy Statements by the Committee of the University Art Gallery, 1970-1971; and Dr. Posvar letter granting conditional approval of Department of History and Philosophy of Science, June 24, 1971.

New English Composition Program for September 1971; Pitt Release regarding Max Lauffer Named Department Chairman of Department of Biophysics and Microbiology, January 22, 1971; Multi-College Structure for Undergraduate Arts and Sciences, A Proposal for the University of Pittsburgh, November 15, 1970; Report of the FAS Committee on ROTC, May 28, 1970; FAS Productivity and Cost Analysis; Departmental Status for Black Studies; and Annual Report of Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, 1969-1970.

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Future of the Arts 1.4a
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College of Arts and Sciences 1.4.1

Multi-College Structure for Undergraduate Arts and Sciences, A Proposal for the University of Pittsburgh, Revised December 24, 1970; Determination of Upper and Lower Level Course Percentages for Recent Graduates from the College of Arts and Sciences; Professional Opportunity Plan; The Universities and Society; "Survey of CAS Students, Preliminary Report, Change in CAS Enrollment, 1969-1970 to 1970-1971; Admissions to the CAS, 1971-1972; and Memo regarding CAS considering a proposal to establish a new four-year undergraduate degree program, the degree to be tentatively called "Bachelor of Philosophy".

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Graduate Programs 21.4.2

Membership Roster of 1971-1972 University Council on Graduate Study and Proposed Reorganization of Graduate Study.

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School of General Studies (SGS) 1.4.3

Steele Gow assumes position of Dean of the School of General Studies; Letter from A. Fedel to John Edgar Hoover with newspaper clippings; Memo regarding Office of Continuing Education, March 1, 1971; General Studies Prospectus, April 6, 1971; ASTRA, A Publication for SGS Students, December 1970; Memo on Developments in the School of General Studies, November 19, 1970; Memo regarding a report of the SGS Review Committee; June 3, 1970; Letter to Dean Viers Adams upon his retirement from University of Pittsburgh and Dean SGS, July 13, 1970; Memo regarding Progress Report of SGS Programs, January 19, 1971; and "Message From the Acting Dean" (Arthur Fedel).

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Booklet 1.5

The Mervis Bequest; Undergraduate Education for Business; Address by Mr. Jack E. Freeman to the University of Pittsburgh School of Business Alumni; Accreditation Report of Graduate School of Business; Executive Master's Program; and Minority Group Programs and Recruitment of Black Students.

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1970-1971 

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School of Education - General 1.6

Telegram from Dean Paul H. Masoner to President Richard M. Nixon regarding student unrest, May 13, 1970; Grant on Problems of School Desegregation; Agreement between City of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh, Model Cities Program; Federal grant to develop and offer an educational program on drug abuse; and Research and Training Center in Vocation Rehabilitation, School of Education.

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Falk School 1.6.1

Proposals for early childhood opportunities related to Falk School; Request for re-evaluation of application for aid to Falk School as a non-public school; Correspondence on The Falk School Affair; Office of Governmental Relations suggested strategy for the Falk-University-Community Controversy; and Letters regarding Falk School Playground Area, with charts.

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1970-1971 

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School of Engineering - General 1.7

Dedication of Benedum Hall; Dedication of The George M. Bevier Engineering Library; Chancellor's Medal to Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bevier; Report of Board of Visitors, School of Engineering; Annual Report, School of Engineering, 1969-1970; Michael L. Benedum Hall of Engineering Guide; "School of Engineering: Past, Present and Future"; 4th Gwilym A. Price Engineering Lecture" "Nothing for Nothing"; Proposal for the Establishment of The William Kepler Whiteford Professorship of Energy Resources Development and Management in the School of Engineering, submitted to the Gulf Oil Company by the University of Pittsburgh; and Letter regarding Environmental Engineering Program.

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 1.8

Letter to members of Board of Visitors regarding new School of Law building, January 14, 1971, and Memo regarding Conferral of the degree of Juris Doctor on Judge Robert H. Rial of Court of Common Pleas, November 12, 1970.

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), 1970-1971 

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Memoranda 1.9

The Science Library of Pittsburgh and Memo announcing Dr. Frank B. Sessa, Chairman of Department of Library Science, will be Acting Dean of GSLIS, April 20, 1971.

Series  1.10. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Reports 31.10.

Memo regarding Reappointment of Donald Stone for 1972-1973; "Proposed State Budget Allocations for Continuing Education and Extension Services," a Working Paper by Donald C. Stone, April 1971; Arguments against moving the GSPIA Library; ACE Staff Evaluation and Critique of the Arguments Presented by Professor E. J. Sternglass Concerning Infant Mortality and Nuclear Tests, December 1969; and Preparation of Population Program Administrators, A Request to the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation.

Series  1.11. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1970-1971 

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GSSW - General 1.11

Proposed Undergraduate Program in Social Work; Report of the Senate Committee on Educational Policy; Letter regarding Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education, May 7, 1971; the accredited status of the master's degree program offered by GSSW at Pitt; Report from Dr. Alfred J. Kahn, "Faculty Resources, University of Pittsburgh, GSSW," 2nd Draft, March 15, 1971; Summary of proposals for a black technical assistance center; Dr. William H. McCullough to retire from deanship of GSSW; Dr. James A. Goodman offered position of Dean of GSSW; Report from Alfred J. Kahn, on Two-Day Consultation at GSSW; and Report on GSSW Enrollment, Financial Aid and Student Body Characteristics, October 1, 1970.

Series  1.12. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), 1970-1971 

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Correspondence and Report 1.12

Report to the Board of Visitors, LRDC, February 1971, and Correspondence regarding Dr. JoAnn Gardner.

Series  1.13. Space Research Coordination Center (SRCC), 1970-1971 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 1.13

Letter regarding Pitt associates selected as the spectroscopy team for the Grand Tour of the Outer Planets Mission, April 14, 1971, with copy of TWX from NASA. Memo regarding New Name for the SRCC Building, suggesting the name "The Reginald A. Fessenden Hall," March 5, 1971.

Series  1.14. Health Professions, 1970-1971 

Subseries  1.14. Health Professions - General 

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Pamphlets and Reports 1.14

Constitution and By-Laws of the Medical Staff of the Hospital and Clinical Service Activities of the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of the University of Pittsburgh, adopted July 2, 1970; Annual Report of the Pittsburgh Child Guidance Center, 1969-1970; "Sights and Sounds" Annual Report of the Eye and Ear Hospital of Pittsburgh; "The First Seventy-five Years, a history of the Eye and Ear Hospital of Pittsburgh" Pamphlet; and Purpose of Arsenal Family and Children's Center for the Division of Instructional Experimentation.

Subseries  1.14.1. School of Medicine 

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School of Medicine - General 1.14.1

The family of the late Dr. William Mattuck Brinton donate a charcoal portrait of Dr. Brinton to the School of Medicine; Board of Visitors Meeting, May 7, 1971; Letter regarding Pitt School of Medicine as one of eight leading medical schools in country to share in grant from Commonwealth Fund for joint planning project, April 26, 1971; Letter of questions posed regarding Medical Science Building; Letter from Dean D. Medearis regarding medical education; The Dickson Prize in Medicine of the University of Pittsburgh presented to Earl W. Sutherland, Jr., M.D., Professor of Physiology, Vanderbilt University, October 12, 1970; and Joint Memorandum to the members of the Faculty of the Department of Biochemistry of FAS and the School of Medicine, July 17, 1970.

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Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) 1.14.1.1

Special Report on WPIC commitment to an Affirmative Action Program for Equal Employment Opportunity, November 3, 1970; Memo on Responsibilities for Administration of WPIC, September 18, 1970; Announcement of death of Bertram D. Lewin, M.D., Visiting Professor of Psychoanalysis; and Minutes of Meetings of WPIC Administrative Committee.

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Executive Committee, Faculty of Medicine, Meeting Minutes 1.14.1.2

Subseries  1.14.2. Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 

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GSPH - General 1.14.2

Memo regarding Proposal to I.W. Abel that the School sponsor a training program in occupational safety and health for United Steelworkers, April 19, 1971; Pitt Release announcing Hershel E. Griffin, M.D., Dean, GSPH, Elected President of Public Health Association, March 19, 1971; and Evaluation, The Health Professions and Public Problems, GSPH.

Subseries  1.14.3. Dental Medicine 

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Dental Medicine - General 41.14.3

Congratulatory letter from Dr. Posvar to Dean Forrest and the School of Dental Medicine on school's 75th Anniversary; "Facts about the University of Pittsburgh's School of Dental Medicine, Founded 1896-1971"; Pitt Release regarding Pitt Dental School to Hold 75th Anniversary Program, with preliminary and tentative program for the anniversary and copies of invitations for ceremonies and dinner, February 3, 1971; Dr. W. Harry Archer awarded the Rene Le Fort Medal, the highest decoration of the Colegio Brasileiro de Cirurgia e Traumatologia Buco-Maxilo-Facial of Brazil, July 22, 1970, with photos; and Annual Reports, "Smoking and Health Project," 1970-1971 and 1969-1970.

Subseries  1.14.4. School of Pharmacy 

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Reports of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education and Visiting Committee 1.14.4

Subseries  1.14.5. School of Nursing 

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Report of Survey Made of the Undergraduate Nursing Program, July 30, 1970 1.14.5

Subseries  1.14.6. School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 

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SHRP - General 1.14.6

Proposed agenda for January Meeting of Board of Visitors with list of members, January 7, 1971; Community Relations Committee Meeting with document outlining how the Community Relations Council might function and list of Community Relations Council Committee, January 20, 1971; and Letter regarding establishment of prize account named for Dr. Jessie Wright of Department of Physical Therapy, October 7, 1970.

Series  1.15. Regional Campuses, 1970-1971 

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Regional Campuses - General 1.15

Draft Proposal for Task Forces to Provide Vertical Integration Among Community Colleges, Area Colleges and The University; Report to the Faculty, Administration, Trustees of The University of Pittsburgh Regional Campuses by An Evaluation Team representing the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association; Comments on Middle States Association Draft Report on the Regional Campuses; Memo regarding Comments on Proposal for Graduate Education at Regional Campuses, March 10, 1971; Minutes of Provost's Committee on Regional Campuses, February 11, 1971; Memos regarding Proposed Regional Campuses Faculty Senate By-Laws; Tuition Subsidy; Provost's Committee on Regional Campuses; Statement of Operations for each Regional Campus; and Regional Campuses of the University of Pittsburgh Bulletin, 1969-1970.

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Bradford Campus 1.15.1

Emery Hotel purchased by the University for Bradford Campus and Organization and Procedures Committee Minutes, January 28, 1971.

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Johnstown Campus 1.15.3

Chancellor's Remarks at the Dedication of the Library, June 13, 1971; Dr. James M. Hester, President of New York University receives an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree from UPJ; Special Cornerstone Edition of The Panther, September 11, 1970; "The Dedication of the New Campus Library of UPJ"; The Laying of the Cornerstone for the Library at UPJ; Renaming of North Hall to Walter M. Krebs Hall and renaming of South Hall to Theodore W. Biddle Hall; Advisory Board, UPJ, January 1970; Letter from David H. Kurtzman to Dr. Posvar regarding approval from State Board of Education at its January 15 meeting for conversion of the present Johnstown Campus to Johnstown College within the University of Pittsburgh, January 20, 1971; "A Projected Development of the Johnstown Regional Campus to a Four-Year Program as an Integral Part of the University of Pittsburgh of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education," presentation to the Council of Higher Education of the Pennsylvania State Board of Education, November 17, 1970; Engineering Technology at Johnstown, August 13, 1970; and Jack E. Freeman is offered position of President of UPJ effective July 1, 1971.

Series  1.16. International Program, 1970-1971 

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International Program - General 1.16
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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 1.16.1

Report on the first seven months (Phase I) of the Leadership Training Project; Memo to Dr. Posvar with Draft copy of By-Laws of the Pennsylvania Council for International Education; Proposal for a Program of Inter-Institutional Cooperation Between The Centre for Economic Development and Administration of Nepal and The University of Pittsburgh; "The Dilemma of Dissidence"; "International Newsletter," Winter-Spring 1970-1971; "Outline of Czech Morphology" by Charles E. Bidwell.; UCIS Activities, August-November 1970; and Annual Report on Inter-university Teaching and Training Program in Comparative Communism, 1969-1970.

Series  1.17. Urban Programs, 1970-1971 

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Reports and Memoranda 1.17

Progress reports on the Hill District-South Oakland Psychology Center; UUIP Sub-project in Hill District Psychology Center for Primary Prevention; Hill District Psychology Center: Revised Model Cities Proposals and Report of Progress; A Proposal to Model Cities for support of Hill District Psychology Center for Primary Prevention, submitted by Department of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh Model Cities Program, November 9, 1970 and July 2, 1970; NAACP statement on Campus Unrest; and Model Cities Grant for Professor O.K. Moore.

Series  1.18. Research Programs, 1970-1971 

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Proposal to Establish the Pittsburgh Human Services Research Center and the "Official University Policy on Patents" 1.18

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1970-1971 

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Athletics - General 52.0.

Memo regarding Proposed Reorganization of the University's Athletic Committee, June 24, 1971; Athletes Reception at Chancellor's Residence, December 6, 1970; Announcement of summer program in swimming, gymnastics, and athletic activities for children of the faculty and administrative personnel; Article Three, Principles for the Conduct of Intercollegiate Athletics; The Trees Hall Center for the Development of Activity Programs for the Exceptional; and Draft Statement on Athletics and Black Athletes.

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Director 2.1

Curriculum vita of Albert E. Smith; Varsity Letter Club; Pitt Varsity Letter Club elected officers for year 1970-1971; Football; 1970 Pitt Football Guide; Official Program for Pitt-West Virginia, Homecoming, October 17, 1970; and Guest Lists for all Pitt games.

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees and Memberships, 1970-1971 

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1970-1971 

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Board of Trustees - General 3.1

Committees, Board of Trustees, 1970-1971; Dr. Posvar addresses the University Senate and presents a six-point list of requirements and needs for faculty participation; Statement of the three State-Related Universities, Penn State, Temple and Pitt, on the Proposed 1970 Master Plan for Higher Education; Dr. Posvar's memo to members of the Board of Trustees reviewing his administration of Pitt since becoming Chancellor, August 18, 1969; Chancellor's Reports and Agendas for Board of Trustees Meetings; Minutes of the Academic Affairs Committee Meeting of the Boards of Trustees, Johnstown Campus, May 13, 1970 and the Greensburg Campus, May 12, 1971; Trustee photographs and short biographies; and Dr. David H. Kurtzman Portrait Budget.

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Budget-Audit Committee 3.1.2
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Student Affairs Committee 3.1.4
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Committee on the Health Professions 3.1.5
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Executive Committee 3.1.6

Facilities Committee Status Report, March 31, 1971; Faculty Second Mortgages; William Watson Smith Bequest; Executive Committee Vote on Provost and Proposal to Confer Honorary Degree on Governor Shapp; Anna Margaret Sloan and Mary Sloan Scholarship; Health Center Land Bank; LRDC Building; Naming Assembly Hall at Allegheny Observatory; Resolution to Dissolve Ruskin Corporation; Memos regarding University Organization; Educational Policies Committee Report to Senate Council, May 10, 1971; Honorary Degrees; Executive Committee, 1970-1971; and Bradford Dormitory Project.

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Facilities Committee 63.1.7

Facilities Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes; Facilities Committee Status Reports of February 18, 1971 and December 4, 1970; and Memo regarding Future Use of the Stadium Area, May 4, 1970.

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Financial Development Committee 3.1.8
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Investment Committee 3.1.9
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University Governance 3.1.10

Current Materials on Changes in Institutional Governance and Control of Campus Disorders; Prevention and Control of Campus Disorder, Measure for Possible Conference-Seminar Consideration; and Civil Defense Organization, A Suggested Checklist of Short-Range Security Provisions.

Series  3.2. Regional Campuses, 1970-1971 

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Bradford 3.2.1
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Greensburg 3.2.2
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Johnstown 3.2.3

List of members of Johnstown Advisory Board; Executive Committee of Board of Trustees approve UPJ Advisory Board's recommendation to rename North Hall to Krebs Hall and South Hall to Biddle Hall; Dr. Theodore W. Biddle will become President Emeritus upon his retirement from UPJ; and Letter agreeing that UPJ give the Windber Area Authority (sewer authority) easement rights along southeastern end of the college property, February 6, 1971.

Series  3.3. Council of Deans, 1970-1971 

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Council of Deans - General 3.3

Memos regarding Salary Increases for 1971-72, March 1, 1971; Agenda for Deans' Meeting with Chancellor; Deans' Problems; "A University Outgrows Its Decision-Making Structures" Paper; and Chancellor's Reports and Minutes of Meetings of Deans.

Series  3.4. Senate Council, 1970-1971 

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Senate Council, Educational Policies Committee Report and Honorary Degrees, June 14, 1971 3.4

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1970-1971 

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Chancellor's Report to the University Senate, November 20, 1970 3.5

Series  3.6. Official Memberships, 1970-1971 

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Organization Memberships 3.6
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development 73.6.1
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Civic Light Opera Association 3.6.2
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 3.6.5
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Presbyterian University Hospital Board 3.6.6

Presbyterian-University Hospital Annual Report 1970; Year Book of the Presbyterian-University Hospital Aid Society, 1970-1971; Presbyterian-University Hospital Capital Budget for the Fiscal Year, July 1, 1971 to June 30, 1972; and Presbyterian-University Hospital Executive Committee Minutes.

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Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) 3.6.7
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WQED Board of Directors and Committees 3.6.9
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 3.6.11
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American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) 3.6.12
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American Academy of Political and Social Sciences (AAPSS) 3.6.13
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Health Research and Services Foundation (HRSF) 83.6.14
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Pittsburgh Urban Transit Council 3.6.15
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Mellon National Bank and Trust Company 3.6.16

Series  3.7. Institutional Memberships, 1970-1971 

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Institutional Memberships - General 3.7
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American Council on Education (ACE) 3.7.1
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Association of American Colleges (AAC) 3.7.2
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MPC Corporation 3.7.3
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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 3.7.4
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 93.7.5

Joseph G. K. Miller named Executive Director of PCHE effective April 1, 1970; Course Offerings in Black Studies, Afro-American Studies and Related Fields Open For Cross Registration at Carlow, Carnegie-Mellon, Chatham, Duquesne, Point Park and Pitt; Directors of Buhl Foundation give PCHE a $90,000 Grant; Letter from Pete Flaherty, Mayor of Pittsburgh, regarding his position on tax exempt property within the City of Pittsburgh, August13, 1970; Draft of University Policy on the Extracurricular Uses of University Facilities; Joint Statement of the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education Concerning Controversial Speakers, September 15, 1967; and Minutes of Meetings of PCHE.

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University Health Center (UHC) 3.7.8

Minutes of Administrators' Committee Management Meeting, Medical Staff Committee Meetings, and Board of Trustees Meetings with copy of Revised By-Laws of UHC and a Proposal of Children's Hospital to Build a Five Floor Addition over the DeSoto St. Entrance; "Future Directions - University Health Center of Pittsburgh" Booklet; and The Trustees of the Richard King Mellon Charitable Trusts approve a grant of $1,000,000 to serve as a basis for a revolving fund which will permit the Land Bank to continue its operations on behalf of UHC of Pittsburgh.

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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 3.7.9

"Freedom and Responsibility, a Statement by the Association's Council," Chancellor Posvar's Remarks to the AAUP, November 5, 1970.

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American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) 3.7.10
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American Council of Learned Societies 3.7.12
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Women's Association of the University of Pittsburgh 3.7.13

Series  3.8. Chancellor's Staff Meetings, 1970-1971 

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Meeting Minutes and Report on ROTC 3.8

Series  3.9. Affirmative Action, 1970-1971 

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Affirmative Action - General 103.9

Includes University Committee on Women's Rights, correspondence about career opportunities for women, progress reports, advisory council for women, and the Mortar Board Study, November 30, 1970.

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1970-1971 

Series  4.0. Administration and Planning - General, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 4.0.

Memos regarding Physical Plant Division Organization, March 9, 1971; Berkman House, December 3, 1970; Correspondence about Hillside Dormitory Complex of the University of Pittsburgh; Board of Trustees rename Common Facilities Building David L. Lawrence Hall; "Students and Community Unite — Do You Want Another Massive Dormitory Complex" Flyer; Memo regarding University Organizations, with chart, June 22, 1970; Communications and Utilities Costs; Comments on University of Pittsburgh Oakland Campus Enrollment Projections, Fall Terms 1969-1979; Assumptions for Analysis of Average Cost Per FTE Student Per Term; Draft Recommendation From the Educational Policies Committee For The Selection of Honorary Degree Candidates; Oakland Campus, University of Pittsburgh, Capital Projects; and "A Rationale for the Consideration of the Allegheny Observatory of the University of Pittsburgh as a Beneficiary in the Disposition of the Will of George H. Theiss.

Series  4.1. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1970-1971 

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Facilities and Physical Plant - General 4.1

By-Laws of the Board of Directors of the University of Pittsburgh Book Center; Architect Drawings of the School of Law Building; Letters regarding preservation of old buildings on Oakland Campus; Appointments In Physical Plant Division, April 27, 1971; Physical Plant Division Organization; Letter regarding Possible naming of AIR Building in honor of Dr. John C. Flanagan, April 5, 1971; Landscaping and Lighting, March 22, 1971; Faculty Club, March 19, 1971; Scope sheet for Project GSA P-1103-18, Purchase of Psychology Building; Penn Plaza Apartments; Parking in Panther Hollow; Letter regarding William Watson Smith and Law School Library; Letter concerning Frick Fine Arts Building with letter of August 12, 1970 from Miss Helen C. Frick regarding relocating chairs; Oakland Avenue Property; University Lawns; Dedication of Heinz Chapel Organ; Doors of Lawrence Hall and Bruce Hall; Pitt Tower Dorms to be named in honor of Edward H. Litchfield and Common Facilities Building to be named in honor of David L. Lawrence; Policy On Use of University Facilities By Outside Groups; and Hillside Dormitory Complex.

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Planning 4.1.1

Building program and Forbes area demolition.

Series  4.2. Finance, 1970-1971 

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Finance - General 4.2

Memo regarding Tuition Increase with attachment of Dr. Posvar's letter to students and chart of projected 1970-71 and 1971-1972 rates, June 21, 1971; letter to The President with memo to The President "Proposal for a National Education Trust Fund," written by Governor Milton J. Shapp, June 9, 1971; Financial Report for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1956; Memo on Suspension of New Appointments, February 18, 1971; Deans' Meeting, Guidelines for 1971-1972 Budget with draft memo on General Considerations Regarding the Potential 1971-1972 Operating Budget; 1971-1972 Budget Forecast; Minimum Faculty Requirements, 1971-11972; Dr. Posvar letter regarding appropriation request for Pitt, November 17, 1970; Memos on Implications of Enrollment Increases in FAS, Policy on purchase or rental of data processing and related equipment, and for purchased computer services; Report on Real Estate; and Hillman Library Budget.

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Current Year Budget 114.2.1

Budget Presentation 1971-1972 to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions; and Library Budget.

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1970-1971 

Subseries  4.3. Treasurer - General 

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Memoranda 4.3

Atwood Street Property; Policy Manual; Endowment Common Fund Pool; and Oakland Avenue Development.

Subseries  4.3.1. Registrar 

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Registrar - General 4.3.1
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Enrollments 4.3.1.1

Subseries  4.3.2. Comptroller 

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Memoranda and Report 4.3.2

Letter, memo and fiscal report of quit-claim deed on property on Virgin Gorda.

Series  4.4. Planning, 1970-1971 

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University Planning 4.4

Reappointment of Dr. Robert Perloff to the Book Center Board with list of Book Center Board of Directors, November 1970, and copy of By-Laws of the Board of Directors of University of Pittsburgh Book Center; Heald, Hobson and Associates, Inc., enter into a consulting arrangement with the University of Pittsburgh; and Draft Memo regarding University Organization, July 6, 1970.

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Planning Conferences 4.4.1
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Long Range Objectives 4.4.2
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Space Utilization 4.4.3

Ad Hoc Building Committee; Increase in Parking Rates; Justification for Building Program; Current Campus Development Plans; Proposed Relocation Office and Service; Permission granted for demolition phase of the Forbes Area project; Memos regarding Draft Policy on Use of University Facilities; Oakland Avenue Development ; Space Requirements; Stadium; and Space Requirements, Student Affairs.

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Planning-Programming-Budgeting Program (PPBS) 4.4.4

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1970-1971 

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Personnel - General 4.5

TIAA-CREF; Student and Employee Handbooks; and Draft anti-nepotism policy.

Series  4.6. Director of Communications, 1970-1971 

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Pamphlet and Memoranda 124.6

Series  4.7. Security, 1970-1971 

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Correspondence and Press Releases 4.7

Series  4.8. Executive Committee of Computer Center, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda, Reports and Meeting Minutes 4.8

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1970-1971 

Series  5.0. Office of the Chancellor - General, 1970-1971 

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Correspondence 5.0.

Series  5.1. Chancellor's Office, 1970-1971 

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Correspondence 5.1
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Condolence Letters Sent by the Chancellor 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters 5.1.2
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Thank You Letters 135.1.2.1
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Congratulation Letters from the Chancellor 5.1.2.2
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Invitations, Accepted by the Chancellor 5.1.3
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Invitations, Regrets from the Chancellor 145.1.4
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Invitations, Regrets from the Chancellor 155.1.4
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Invitations, Extended by the Chancellor 5.1.5
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Chancellor's Residence 5.1.7
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Charles Merdinger Installation 5.1.8a
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Statements 165.1.9
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Speeches 5.1.10
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Telegrams 5.1.11
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Public Concern Letters 5.1.12
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Visitors 5.1.14

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1970-1971 

Series  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs - General, 1970-1971 

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Reports and Memoranda 176.0.

Study of the University's Economic impact with copy of Procedures for Estimating the Impact of a College or University on the Local Economy; Summary of Deans' Suggestions for Funding Opportunities; University-Urban Interface Program (UUIP); Savina Skewis; and Fletcher Hodges.

Series  6.1. Gifts and Grants, 1970-1971 

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Letters of Gifts and Grants 6.1.1
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R.K. Mellon Charitable Trust 6.1.1.1
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National Science Foundation 6.1.1.2

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1970-1971 

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Alumni Affairs - General 6.2
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Annual Giving Fund 6.2.1

Series  6.3. Governmental Relations, 1970-1971 

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Governmental Relations - General 6.3

Paper on Conference of Black Higher Education, March 1, 1970.

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Commonwealth Relations 186.3.1

Notes on House Appropriations Hearing; Testimony before Congress FY72 NDEA and MECEA; and PAKE Conference Paper by David H. Kurtzman, "Taking Stock of the Governor's Biggest Investment - Education."

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Federal Relations 6.3.2
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Local Government Relations 6.3.3

Letter announcing The Pittsburgh City Planning Department is trying to resolve difficulties experienced by University of Pittsburgh in their expansion plan in Oakland, April 21, 1971. Letter from Department of Public Safety regarding improving communications between Pittsburgh police force and University community, July 7, 1970.

Series  6.4. American Assembly, 1970-1971 

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Reports and Correspondence 6.4

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange (OCEE), 1970-1971 

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OCEE Memoranda 6.5

Includes "A Brief History of the Cultural and Educational Exchange Program, University of Pittsburgh, 1946-1958."

Series  6.6. News and Publications, 1970-1971 

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News and Publications - General 6.6

A Program in Public Communication; Report of the Study Committee on Public Relations; and Allegation that Pitt Philosophy Professor Assigned Picketing of Agnew.

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Clippings 6.6.1
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Pitt Releases 196.6.2
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Report of the Chancellor 6.6.6
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Gift Publications 6.6.8
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University Times 6.6.9

Series  6.7. University Press, 1970-1971 

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Use of "New Approaches to Defense Decision-Making" by American Government Reader 6.7
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Chronicle of Higher Education 206.7.1

Memos regarding the University of Pittsburgh's Oral History Project.

Series  6.8. Office of Urban and Community Services, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Reports 6.8

Memo regarding Status Report on Tri-M and Developmental Scholars Programs, September 1, 1970, with memo on Professional Opportunities Program; Draft Policy on Transfer of Malcolm-Martin-Marcus Scholars Into Mainstream of University Student Body, September 21, 1970; Professional Opportunity Plan Background; Memos regarding Status and Projection Report for The Department of Black Community Education Research and Development, April 8, 1971; Black Community Institutes Feasibility Report, February 1, 1971; Chancellor's Memorandum on Status Report for Tri-M and Developmental Scholars' Program, January 26, 1971; Assignment of OUCS Responsibilities in the University-Urban Interface Program under the Office of Education Contract; Letter regarding People's Oakland; Six Month Preliminary Report on Feasibility Study on Community Institutes, May 6, 1970; and "Community Institutes: An Educational Alternative for the Black Community," September 1970.

Series  6.9. Office of Special Events, 1970-1971 

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Events and Memoranda 6.9

Dedication of David L. Lawrence Hall, with Guest Lists, Schedule, Program, draft of remarks by Dr. Posvar at dedication, June 17, 1971; Chancellor's Remarks at the Dedication of the Library, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, June13, 1971; Guest List for Rhoten A. Smith Reception, March 8, 1971; Memos regarding Reception for New Students with letter from Prof. Rae L. Siporin; Pittsburgh Assembly on Health; Pitt Stadium; Letter regarding equipment and facilities located on 12th floor Cathedral of Learning; Draft invitation to Dedication of Bevier Engineering Library, December 4, 1970; and American Assembly of Health, August 7, 1970.

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1970-1971 

Series  7.0. Student Affairs, 1970-1971 

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Student Handbook and Survey of the Attitudes of College Students 7.0.

Series  7.1. Student Affairs - General, 1970-1971 

Subseries  7.1. Student Affairs - General 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 217.1

Memos and correspondence regarding Tuition Increase; Recruiting of Minority Students; Student-Establishment Dialogue Series; Student Parking; Student Rights and Responsibilities; Student Activities Fee; Veterans/ROTC; Draft Open Letter from Dr. Posvar To The Students of the University of Pittsburgh; Draft of "The University and the Veteran"; Funding Proposal, "A Little Help from Your Friends," a Student-to-Student Drug Counseling Service, March 4, 1971; Women's Housing Board; Men's Dormitory Council proposal for Local option for determination of visitation hours in the residence halls; Memo regarding Draft of Student Rights and Responsibilities; A Draft Proposal, Women's Intercultural House; Student Health Insurance, a brief overview; "The Entering Freshman Class: Fall 1970, a Descriptive and Comparative Study," March 25, 1971; Progress Report on Revisions of the Student Conduct Code, November 25, 1969; and Student Handbook, 1968-1968.

Subseries  7.1.1. Dean of Student Development 

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Dean of Student Development 7.1.1
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Student Activities 7.1.1.1

William Pitt Invitational Debate Tournament and University Policy, Rules and Regulations on the Extracurricular and Extramural Uses of University Facilities.

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Student Affairs Research 7.1.1.3

Subseries  7.1.2. Dean of Admissions and Aid 

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Dean of Admissions and Aid 7.1.2
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Admissions 7.1.2.1
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Student Aid 7.1.2.2

Summary of the Meeting regarding Financial Aid for Part-time Students; George W. Hubley Memorial Scholarship; Memo regarding UCEP Student Aid, May 24, 1971; Student Aid for Disadvantaged Students, May 7, 1971; Richard Fields appointed Assistant Director of Student Aid, February 15, 1971; Student Aid Brochure, December 17, 1970; and President Richard M. Nixon's message to the Congress regarding student aid programs.

Subseries  7.1.3. University Housing 

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Student Housing 7.1.3

Subseries  7.1.4. Student Placement 

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"University of Pittsburgh Placement Service" Report 7.1.4

Subseries  7.1.5. Student Health Service 

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Memoranda and Health Services Handbook 7.1.5

Series  7.2. Organizations, 1970-1971 

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Student Organizations 7.2

The Distinguished Service to Music Medal presented to Mr. Robert Arthur, Director of University Bands, April 24, 1971; Citation, The Honorable K. Leroy Irvis for Honorary Membership in Phi Beta Kappa; Memos regarding Commuter Association Progress Report; Student Parking for the Fall, 1971; Notes from meeting with the Commuter Association, March 31, 1971; Addition of a Structure for Interdisciplinary and Inter-School Activities; Memo regarding Student Activities Fee, June 10, 1971; Report on the University Student Judicial System, June 1, 1971; Statement from the Office of Student Affairs regarding salaries and scholarships for students; Memo regarding Editorial by Marc Killer on Environmental Action/Zero Population Growth, February 9, 1971; "Association of College Honor Societies" Booklet of Information; and Pamphlets of various sororities and fraternities.

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Student Affairs Advisory Committee 7.2.1
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Student Government 7.2.2

Series  7.3. Demonstrations, 1970-1971 

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Student Unrest 227.3

Grievance Procedures for Student Problems; Draft Memo regarding Some Thoughts on the Policy Regarding Campus Disturbances, January 7, 1971; Pitt Release regarding Pitt Student Organization To Sponsor Speaker, Charlene Mitchell, the first black woman who was a 1968 presidential candidate for the Communist Party, November 2, 1970; Dr. Posvar letter to J. Troan, Editor Pittsburgh Press, regarding disturbance during Vice President Agnew's visit, October 28, 1970; Letters to and from William H. Rea and President Richard Nixon and copy of "An Open Letter to College Students," from J. Edgar Hoover, Director FBI; Memo regarding Campus Disorder and the Need to Evaluate Policies, July 28, 1970; and Statement Concerning Controversial Speakers, revised September 15, 1967.

Series  7.4. Activities, 1970-1971 

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Activities - General 7.4

Schedule for Activities for Parent's Weekend, 1970; Memo regarding Alumni Parents' Reception, September 10, 1970; Memos regarding Student Activities Fee and Student Activities Need, Funding, Collection and Allocation; Program for Chancellor's Assembly for Freshmen, Carnegie Music Hall, September 2, 1970, with seating arrangement; and Pitt Fall 1970 Programs.

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Commencement 7.4.1

Program and other details of the Commencement April 25, 1971, including message to graduates from President Richard M. Nixon and honorary degrees for Elliot L. Richardson and W.D. McElroy.

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Honorary Degrees 7.4.2

Memorandum Concerning the University of Pittsburgh's Practice of Awarding Honorary Degrees; Letters of objection to Elliot Richardson's receiving honorary degree; and List of Honorary Degrees Awarded 1966-1968 and at Spring Commencement, 1958-1970. Drafts of citations for honorary degree recipients: Elliot Lee Richardson, Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare, Degree of Doctor of Laws; Ungku Abdul Aziz, Vice-Chancellor of University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters; William D. McElroy, Director of National Science Foundation, Degree of Doctor of Laws.

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Homecoming, October 17, 1970 7.4.3

Series  7.5. Reserve Office Training Corps (ROTC), 1970-1971 

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ROTC 7.5

Remarks by Dr. Posvar at Commissioning Ceremony, ROTC, April 25, 1970; Memo regarding Call from General Cassidy, AFROTC, March 31, 1971; Invitation from the Cadets of University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie-Mellon to attend 1971 Joint Army and Air Force Military Ball; Dr. Posvar invited to attend Bradley Museum dedication, Carlisle Barracks; Invitation to Joint Army/Air Force ROTC Commissioning Ceremony; Dr. Charles H. Peake awarded AFROTC Outstanding Service Award for services during period from August 1969 thru November 1970; "Program of Instruction, Army ROTC" Booklet; The University of Pittsburgh Department of Aerospace Studies (Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps) Staff and Curriculum; Annual Report of Air Force ROTC Activities, August 31, 1970; and Report of FAS Committee to Study ROTC, May 28, 1970.

Series  7.6. Scholarships and Awards, 1970-1971 

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Correspondence 7.6

Correspondence on National Medal of Science; Guggenheim Fellowships; Athletic Scholarships; Dickson Prize; Andrew Mellon Post-doctoral Fellowships; Andrew Mellon Fellowship Awards; Council on International Affairs Fellowship Program; Rome Prize Fellowships; and Gubernatorial Scholarship nominees.

Subgrp  8.0. Miscellaneous Boards, Centers and Other Matters, 1970-1971 

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Memoranda and Reports 8.0.

"Towards a Program of Ethnic Studies at the University of Pittsburgh"; Day Care Service, April 27, 1971; Letter regarding demands on budget of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania signed by the Presidents of Penn State, Temple and Pitt, March 8, 1971; "Pennsylvania Master Plan for Higher Education"; Proposals for Pennsylvania Higher Education in the 1970s; Draft of "The University and the Veteran"; "Guidelines on Confrontations" oral report; Transcribed presentations from the Symposium "Alternative Futures for Higher Education," held on April 25, 1970; report on goals, rights and responsibilities at CMU; Letter from D. Halliday, Dean FAS, regarding University policy of holding official functions at restricted clubs with University Policy Regarding Use of Private Social Clubs for University Functions and letter from American Jewish Committee regarding same; and A Statement to the Faculty From the University Counseling Center.

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State Board of Education 238.1

1971 Master Plan for Higher Education in Pennsylvania and Proposed Oakland Campus Expansion Program.

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Child Care Centers 8.2

Proposal for a University Sponsored Day Care Project; Arsenal Family and Children's Center; Louise Child Care Center; Temple Rodef Shalom Day-Care Center; and Proposed Budget for University Day Care Center.

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Board of Visitors 8.3

Trustee Membership on Boards of Visitors, July 14, 1970; Report of Board of Visitors of Department of Computer Science and Computer Center; and Proposal for the Establishment of a Citizenship Information Center.

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President's Commission on Campus Unrest 8.4

Includes the Scranton Report.

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Black Studies 8.5
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Citizenship Information Center (CIC) 8.6
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Ethnic Studies Center 8.7
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International Studies Association (ISA) 8.8
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 8.9
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Search - Vice Chancellor for Planning and Budget 8.1
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Search Committee for Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) 8.11
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Ad Hoc Search Committee for Vice Chancellor For Operations 8.12
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Program for Improving the Effectiveness of the Financial Function, Report by Price Waterhouse & Co., March 28, 1966 8.13

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Recordgrp  V. Academic Year 1971/72 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1971-1972 

Series  1.0. Academic Programs - General, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Press Releases 11.0.

Letter regarding New Professions Association's Steering Committee and its charge to devise a broad University policy and related processes for awarding credit for life and work experience, November 17, 1972; Pitt Release announcing Department of History & Philosophy of Science Formed at Pitt, September 28, 1971;"The Development of a Thesaurus for Political Science" Report; "Report on Student Socioeconomic Status," August 2, 1971; and Pitt Release announcing Pitt Received Grant to Develop Justice Program, July 2, 1971.

Series  1.1. New Careers Educational Program, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 1.1

Memo regarding Credit for Life and Work Experiences, July 7, 1971; Letter regarding University of Pittsburgh instituted a New Careers Educational Program (NCEP); and Letter from County of Allegheny Office of Economic Opportunity on Public Service Careers program considering underwriting the cost of education for Early Childhood Development Centers non-professional personnel, August 5, 1971.

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1971-1972 

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Report, Memoranda, Correspondence and Booklets 1.2

Series  1.3. Provost, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 1.3

Accreditation of Teacher Education; Proposed experiment to admit exceptional students into the graduate program after 90 credit hours and distribution requirements have been met; First National Congress of Black Professionals; Provost Task Force Report of the Advisory Council on Women's Opportunities; Dr. Barbara Newell's appointment as Associate Provost for Graduate Programs and Research; Proposal for Ph.D. Program in Medicinal Chemistry; and Organization Chart for Provost Area.

Series  1.4. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1971-1972 

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FAS - General 21.4a-1.4b

Correspondence regarding Development of an Urban Research Center at Pitt; Chemistry Professor Tobias; Establishment of Women's Studies Program; Dr. Marina N. Whitman, Professor of Economics, to serve on President Nixon's Council of Economic Advisors, effective March 1, 1972 to Spring 1973; Position Paper on Grievance Committee; Report of the Board of Visitors, FAS; and "An Educational Alternative for the Black Community."

Faculty petitions and letters regarding concern of University with high and indirect cost rates currently assigned sponsored and Federal research projects Contracts; "Conflict & Peace Studies Program, an Undergraduate Program" Report; Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures Annual Report, October 25, 1971; Report on the Department of Sociology; Undergraduate Business Curriculum at Pitt; Approval of establishment of Department of History and Philosophy of Science with "A Prospectus for a Department of History & Philosophy of Science" and subsequent correspondence; Comments on the Report on the Future of the Arts at the University of Pittsburgh; and Special Status for Dr. Robert Glaser.

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FAS - Frick Fine Arts Building 1.4c-1.4e
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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 31.4.1

Memos regarding Publicizing CAS and CAS Academic Integrity Review Board; "Testimony Before Career Education Committee" by J.B. Schneewind, Dean, CAS; Letter regarding the Joseph M. Katz Award for the Experimental Course of the Year, November 17, 1971; "The Invisible Black Administrator" Preliminary Prospectus; Draft "Some views on the Freshman Program, with Final Report and Preliminary Proposals for CAS"; and Chancellor's Scholarships for Undergraduate Teaching.

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Graduate Programs 1.4.2

Memo regarding U.S. Graduate School Enrollment, December 29, 1971; Approval of a Ph.D. Program in Medicinal Chemistry; Membership of the University Council on Graduate Study; and Minutes of Meetings of University Council on Graduate Study.

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School of General Studies (SGS) 1.4.3

SGS Student Affairs; Advising Center in SGS; Attitude Survey by SGS Student Cabinet; and Board of Visitors correspondence.

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1971-1972 

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GSB - General 1.5

Study of Joint Appointments and Cooperative Programs; GSB Board of Visitors; The Albert Wesley Frey Chair and Lecture; 50th Anniversary of GSB; Report of the Long-Range Curricular Review Committee; Inter-School Joint Appointments and Cooperative Program Report; Social Sciences Building to be renamed "Lou and Myra G. Mervis Hall" and will be designated as the home of the Business School; Undergraduate business program; Board of Visitors Meeting, 1971; Pitt Business School Announces Robinson and Academic Achievement Prize winners; Undergraduate Business Program at Greensburg; Undergraduate Business Curriculum at Pitt; Business School Building; and "The Name of the Game" GSB Pamphlets.

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1971-1972 

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Falk School 1.6.1

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1971-1972 

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School of Engineering - General 41.7a

Harold E. Hoelscher resigns as Dean, December 31, 1972 to become President of the Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok; W.R. Turkes, Associate Dean, will serve as Acting Dean, School of Engineering, during period of Dr. Hoelscher's sabbatical leave; Memos regarding Alcoa Visiting Professor School of Engineering Development; Nomination of Professor James Coull for College Chemistry Teacher Award; Paul G. Benedum, Sr., presents two hangings in Benedum Hall as part of Donor's Recognition Day ceremonies; Memo regarding School of Engineering "A Proposal for Consideration by the Michael L. Benedum Foundation, The Benedum Scholars Program," November 1, 1971; Invitation to School of Engineering Contributor's Recognition Day Ceremony, October 28, 1971; and Water pollution correspondence.

Proposal for the establishment of The William Kepler Whiteford Professorship of Energy Resources Development and Management in the School of Engineering Submitted to the Gulf Oil Co. by the University of Pittsburgh; Memo regarding "Environment: Pittsburgh Project Involving Analytical Chemistry Students"; Data regarding Engineering students in Chemistry and Math; Visit of K. T. Ki, Minister of Finance, Republic of China, who will present the Gwilym Price Lecture, September 20, 1971; "The Role of Science and Technology in Less-Developed Countries, A Systemic Analysis" by Kan Chen and H. E. Hoelscher; Letter from Dean D. N. Medearis, School of Medicine, on reopening general subject of academic programs in Biomedical Engineering; and Report of Ad-Hoc Committee on Formation of an Academic Program in Biomedical Engineering.

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Booklets and Board of Visitors Minutes 1.7b

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1971-1972 

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School of Law - General 1.8

"A New Form for the Traditional J.D. Program" Proposal, May 24, 1971; Draft letter on Improvement of library conditions; Memo regarding Space and new building, May 1, 1972; Vietnam Veteran and the Law School; Letter on a study on legal supply and demand, March 15, 1972; Correspondence on Feasibility of establishing a Law School at Lehigh University; Correspondence on purchase or renting a space in Smithfield Plaza Building downtown for Law School; and Law School Board of Visitors correspondence.

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1971-1972 

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GSLIS - General 1.9

Multi-National Librarian Project, General Information for Participants, April 7, 1972; Correspondence about Dr. Harold Lancour, Dean of SLIS, upon his return from sabbatical leave will be designated Dean Emeritus and Professor of Library and Information Sciences with letter designating Dr. Frank B. Sessa, Acting Dean, GSLIS, as Dean; Memos regarding Title II; Proposed Major Reorganization Focused Upon Information Science; and "A Career in Information" Booklet.

Series  1.10. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1971-1972 

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GSPIA - General 1.10.

Letter on planning program of GSPIA; Cultural Diplomacy and International Affairs Textbooks; Correspondence on plans for an International Program on Personnel Systems; Potential Move of GSPIA to Forbes Area; Letter from Carnegie Corp. of N.Y. regarding resolution adopted announcing University of Pittsburgh is appropriated money for a fellowship program for mature women in GSPIA, February 11, 1972; and "Program to Prepare Mid-Career Women for Careers in Urban Community Action and Development: A Report and Request for Funding," November 1971.

Seminar on Personnel Systems; "The Forum on Federalism, 1971" booklet; "Urban Community Action and Development: A Report and Request for Funding," November 1971; Information for Doctoral Students, Winter Term Seminar on Comparative University Administration; Memos regarding Request for Funds for Fifth International Arms Control Proceedings; memos regarding State Budget Allocations for Continuing Education and Extension Service; "Program of Assistance to the Institute of Administration," August 1, 1971; and 18th and 19th Semi-Annual Report.

Series  1.11. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1971-1972 

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GSSW - General 51.11

Letter regarding Professor Morton Coleman, Acting Dean of GSSW, is being considered for the post of Dean of the School of Social Work at University of Connecticut, May 30, 1972; Memo regarding Board of Visitors; Remodeling in the School of Social Work with letter about Library, June 19, 1972; Memo on Major Objectives for 1971-1972, April 12, 1972; David E. Epperson will assume duties as Dean, GSSW, on May 1, 1972, with letter from Morton Coleman resigning as Acting Dean, April 4, 1972; and "Commission on Accreditation, Report of on-campus visit to GSSW," November 16-18, 1971.

Series  1.12. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), 1971-1972 

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LRDC - General 1.12

The Honorable Elliot Richardson, Secretary, Department of HEW, will be featured speaker at ceremony for new LRDC Building; Detailed agenda for LRDC Board of Visitors Meeting, May 12 and 13, 1972; Confirmation of appointment of Robert Glaser as University Professor, effective October 1, 1971, and his continuation as Co-Director of LRDC; and "Instructional Psychology" Booklet.

Series  1.14. Health Professions, 1971-1972 

Subseries  1.14. Health Professions - General 

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Reports and Press Releases 1.14

The Homewood-Brushton Neighborhood Health Centers; Pitt Release announcing Health Physics Society Elects Pitt Physician President, Dr. Niel Wald, M.D., Professor and Chairman of the Department of Radiation Health, May 1, 1972; The merit of a study involving the reactivation of the Saxonburg synchrocyclotron; Joseph A. Dutton, Vice Chancellor for Operations, appointed as one of two University representatives to the Board of the Hospital Service Corp.; Memo regarding Design Strategy for Flexible Health Sciences Facilities, September 14, 1971; Enrollment Projects, Medical Tuition Committee; and "The Maurice and Laura Falk Library of the Health Professions, University of Pittsburgh" Pamphlet.

Subseries  1.14.1. School of Medicine 

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School of Medicine - General 1.14.1

Thank you letters to the R. K. Mellon Foundation for a grant to School of Medicine; Memo regarding Scanning Electron Microscope Facility, May 16, 1972; Report of School of Medicine for academic year 1970-1971; Student enrollment in the Doctor of Medicine Program for the 1972-1973 calendar year; Report of the subcommittee of the Student Executive Council; School of Medicine's concern of activities in the Personnel Office and its relationship to the Affirmative Action Program; Some Proposals Concerning Medical Care in Pennsylvania; Memo regarding Planning and Coordination of Cancer Programs; and School of Medicine Statistical Information. "Graduate Programs, 1972-1973" Booklet; Letter regarding approval for a Ph.D. Program in Medicinal Chemistry, December 6, 1971; Query on land between Darraugh and Lothrop; Administration deficiencies of Faculty of School of Medicine; Letter regarding changes in medical education in poverty stricken areas with letter on critical shortage of physicians and dentists; Planning A Cancer Program at Pitt, Draft, August 23, 1971; Pitt Release announcing death of Guinevere S. Chambers, Ph.D., Professor & Chairman of Department of Child Development & Child Care, July 13, 1971; Correspondence regarding Land Bank Committee and Executive Committee; Self Instruction Center, Department of Pharmacology, School of Medicine; Correspondence with School of Medicine Board of Visitors; Executive Committee, Faculty of Medicine; and Budget correspondence.

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Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) 1.14.1.1

Correspondence about appropriation crisis; The Maurice Falk WPIC Social/Community Psychiatry/Behavioral Science Curriculum Development Program, 1969-1970 Progress Report #3; Department of Psychiatry, The Psychoanalytic Institute, Bulletin 1971-1972; Minutes of meetings of WPIC Administrative Committee; and the WPIC Appropriation Crisis, March 31, 1972.

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Executive Committee - Faculty of Medicine 1.14.1.2

Minutes of meetings and various correspondence of the Executive Committee and Presbyterian-University Hospital.

Subseries  1.14.2. Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 

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GSPH - General 61.14.2

Second Annual Health Conference, September 18, 1971; Guidelines for Program Planning and Evaluation, The International Program of the School of Public Health, July 20, 1971; The Family Planning Council of Southwestern Pennsylvania with Proposal to Implement an Area-Wide Family Planning Program in the Pittsburgh SMSA, April 1971; and Board of Visitors GSPH.

Subseries  1.14.3. School of Dental Medicine 

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School of Dental Medicine - General 1.14.3

Letter clarifying the actions of the Council relative to the Accreditation Visit at Pitt, June 20, 1972; "Diploma Presentation Ceremony, School of Dental Medicine" Booklet, May 21, 1972; Correspondence from Edward J. Forrest, Dean, School of Dental Medicine regarding information relative to Pitt and School of Dental Medicine and visit to Saigon; Dr. Roy T. Durocher will be Acting Dean, School of Dental Medicine, in absence of Dean Forrest; Memo regarding Legislation for Dental Equipment, November 1, 1971; Dental Student Scholarship Aid; Black students in School of Dental Medicine; Community Health Center Activities Minutes, October 15, 1971; Student Guidelines; and Board of Visitors, School of Dental Medicine.

Subseries  1.14.4. School of Pharmacy 

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The Pitt Capsule and Board of Visitors Report 1.14.4

Subseries  1.14.5. School of Nursing 

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Correspondence and Nursing Bulletin 1.14.5

Subseries  1.14.6. School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 

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SHRP - General 1.14.6

SHRP Admissions Fall Term, 1972; Letter about graduates of the certificate program in Child Care be awarded academic credit toward baccalaureate degree from SHRP, February 1, 1972; Letter about proposed program leading to a degree of bachelor of science in oral hygiene with letter of congratulations to first graduate eligible for a B.S. in oral hygiene, October 21, 1971; Memo regarding Long Range Objectives of the SHRP; Faculty Biography Book; and SHRP Board of Visitors.

Series  1.15. Regional Campuses, 1971-1972 

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Regional Campuses - General 1.15

Dr. M. Richard Rose, Assistant Provost Regional Campuses, designated Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense; Mrs. Posvar and wives of key administrators tour the regional campuses; Memo regarding Program and Facilities Survey, March 28, 1972; memo regarding Proposed Changes in the University Tenure Plan, December 28, 1971; memo regarding Tuition Income Formula for the Regional Campuses for Academic Year 1971-1972, December 16, 1971; Projected Development of the Johnstown Regional Campus to a Four-Year Program as an Integral Part of the University of Pittsburgh, November 17, 1970; Enrollment report for the fall term 1971-1972 for the Regional Campuses; and "Regional Campuses, A Report to the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of College and Secondary Schools," March 1971.

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Bradford 1.15.1

Retirement dinner honoring UP Bradford President Dr. Donald E. Swartz with correspondence; Memo regarding Possible Change of Dormitory Building Plans for the Bradford Campus, August 25, 1971; Bulletin; and Pamphlet.

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Greensburg 1.15.2

Letter regarding growing demands for transfers, April 20, 1972; Advisory Board letter; Brochures, leaflets and University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Bulletins; and "The Southeast Grapevine" newsletter from Greensburg.

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Johnstown 1.15.3

"Inter-institutional Cooperation: A Descriptive and Evaluative Analysis of Its Status and Potentiality in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1970-1971"; Correspondence regarding 4-year program at UPJ; Dr. Jack E. Freeman appointed Professor of Political Science at UPJ effective October 1, 1971; Memo regarding Administrative Reorganization with chart, September 1, 1971; "UPJ Bulletin"; and The Appellarian, 1971-1972, official student handbook at UPJ.

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Titusville 1.15.4

Titusville Campus Self-evaluation and Bulletin, 1971-1972.

Series  1.16. International Programs, 1971-1972 

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International Programs - General 71.16a-1.16d

Folder 1

"Progress Report on the Iranian U.N. Project and my own Program at the University of Pittsburgh for 1972-1973," Dr. Khalid Shibli; University of Pittsburgh-Egypt Institute for National Planning Project; Series of lectures known as "Pittburgher Universitatstage" hosted by City of Biberach in West Germany; Seoul National University; Correspondence regarding Federal University of Santa Maria; Rio Grande do Sul Brazil; University of Pittsburgh Thailand English Project funded largely by the Rockefeller Foundation; 1972-73 Asian Cultural Activities; Fulbright Lecture and Scholar opportunities in Asia; Polish Studies seminar; Need for Action on 0perating Expenses Appropriations; U.N.'s Mission from Iran visits Pitt for examining Pitt's international research and training programs; and Visit of members of Makerere University in Uganda, East Africa.

List of foreign students currently enrolled, Fall 1970-1971; Participants in 1970 Multi-National Librarian Project; Council for European Studies, a visit from the Ford Foundation, March 7, 1972; Correspondence from the Honorable Robert P. Neumann, American Ambassador, Embassy of the U.S.A., Kabul, Afghanistan; Dinner in honor of Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., USN Chief of Naval Operations, January 19, 1972; and Seoul National University Visitors' Schedule. Folder 2

Correspondence from K.T. Li, Minister of Finance, Republic of China, who lectured at a Gwilyn Price Lecture; Correspondence about The Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities; Position Paper on the International Conference Center at Ingolstadt, West Germany, with subsequent correspondence; The feasibility of an International University; MIT Center for International Studies: CASCON; Memo regarding OCEA/AID Regional Public Health Training Program for Central West Africa, with condensed version of evaluation/recommendation on the OCEA Project, September 7, 1971; Visit of Dr. E. Evans-Anform, Vice-Chancellor and President University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana; 5th International Arms Control Symposium in Philadelphia, Pa., October 15-17, 1971; "A Scientific Safari to Africa"; Proposal for a Center for the Study of World Security; Assistance for the training of nursing and para-medical personnel from Equatorial Guinea; and Establishing a Center for the Study of World Security in Washington, D. C.

Folder 3

Cameroon and Pitt-Haifa.

Folder 4

Booklets and pamphlets.

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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 81.16.1a-1.16.1b

Folder 1

The Journal of Conflict Resolution will be housed at the University of Texas; Memo regarding Pitt-Seoul National University Program, June 7, 1972; "Europe - Short Summer Programs and Some Ways of Earning One's Keep While Travelling" Brochure; Proposal to establish a program in Western European Studies; Annual Report, Asian Studies Program, 1971-1972; List of courses offered in the fall term 1972 under the Comparative Communism Program with pamphlet; Cuban Studies Newsletter, June 1972; "Center Newssheet," Russian and East European Studies, June 1972; "Center Newssheet," Comparative Communism, June-July 1972; UCIS Activities, February-March 1972; Outline of Polish Morphology; and New Perspectives in Understanding East Central Europe, December 1971.

Folder 2

Memo regarding Arrangement for Visit of John P. Robin, Canadian Slavic Studies Journal; Position Paper on the International Conference Center at Ingolstadt; Proposal to the Office of Education for a Group Study Abroad program in Warsaw; Third Annual Report on the Program in Comparative Communism; Russian & East European Studies Program, the First Faculty/Student Seminar of Fall 1971; Memo regarding University of Bucharest exchange program, August 10, 1971; and Correspondence regarding possible development of a Computer Center at the University of Ghana

Series  1.17. Urban Programs, 1971-1972 

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Urban Programs - General 1.17a
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Urban Mass Transit Administration 91.17b

Series  1.18. Research Programs, 1971-1972 

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Research Programs - General 1.18

The Great Lakes Megalopolis Study; Allegheny Regional Planning Council for the Governor's Justice Commission, Richard L. Thornburgh, Chairman; Letter from State of Pennsylvania Appropriations Committee regarding meeting the current financial crisis, December 6, 1971; Princeton University "Policies for Sponsored Research, April 26, 1970; Pitt Release regarding Socioeconomic Status of Pitt Students Affected by Tuition Hikes with survey "Freshman Classes 1960 to 1971 Compared," October 8, 1971; and Public Institute Research Group (PIRG) Position Paper for Pitt as recommended by J. Dutton.

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1971-1972 

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Athletics - General 2.0.
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Director of Athletics 2.1
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Panther Foundation 2.2
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Varsity Letter Club 2.3
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Football 2.4

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees, and Memberships, 1971-1972 

Series  3.0. University Memberships - General, 1971-1972 

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University Boards, Committees, and Memberships - General 103.0.
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Educational Projects, Inc. 3.01

Series  3.1 Board of Trustees, 1971-1972 

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Board of Trustees - General 3.1
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Budget Audit Committee 3.1.2
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Student Affairs Committee 3.1.4
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Committee on the Health Professions 3.1.5
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Executive Committee Meeting Minutes 3.1.6a
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Chancellor's Report to the Executive Committee, July 6, 1971 113.1.6b
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Facilities Committee 3.1.7
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Financial Development Committee 3.1.8
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Investment Committee 3.1.9
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University Governance (Ad Hoc) 3.1.10

Series  3.2 Advisory Boards, 1971-1972 

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Bradford 3.2.1
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Greensburg 3.2.2
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Johnstown 3.2.3
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Titusville 3.2.4

Series  3.3 Council of Deans, 1971-1972 

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Minutes and Reports 3.3

Series  3.2 Senate Council, 1971-1972 

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Chancellor's Reports, Correspondence and Meeting Agendas and Minutes 3.4

Series  3.5 University Senate, 1971-1972 

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Senate - General 3.5a-3.5b
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University Athletic Committee 3.5.1

Series  3.6 Official Memberships, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence Regarding Memberships 3.6a
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National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges 3.6b
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development 3.6.1
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Civic Light Opera Association 3.6.2
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 133.6.5
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Presbyterian University Hospital Board 3.6.6
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WQED Board of Directors and Committees 3.6.9
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 3.6.11
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American Society for Public Administration 3.6.12
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American Assembly of Political and Social Sciences 3.6.13
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Health Research and Services Foundation 3.6.14
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Carnegie Commission on Higher Education 3.6.15

Series  3.7 Institutional Memberships, 1971-1972 

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Institutional Memberships 3.7
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American Council on Education (ACE) 143.7.1
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Association of American Colleges (AAC) 3.7.2
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Mellon-Pitt-Carnegie (MFC) Corporation 3.7.3
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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 3.7.4
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 3.7.5a-3.7.5b
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 153.7.5c
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University Health Center (UHC) 3.7.8

Folder 1

Minutes of UHC Meetings; Administrator's Committee; and Management, Medical Staff Committee.

Folder 2

Minutes of UHC Board of Trustees Meetings and Executive Committee/Land Bank Committee Meetings.

Folder 3

Preliminary report on the situation in the Schools of Health Professions in regard to problems, potential and real, raised by University Council on Women's Opportunities; Mobility Systems Co. Proposal to UHC; The Greater Pittsburgh Regional Pediatric Program; Prepaid Comprehensive Health Care Plan for UHC of Pittsburgh; Development of a Health Maintenance Organization by UHC; Homewood-Brushton Health Care Center; and Budget Planning for the Reimbursement of Hospital-Based Physician, UHC.

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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 163.7.9
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Women's Association 3.7.13

Series  3.8. Chancellor's Staff Meeting, 1971-1972 

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Meeting Minutes and Memoranda 3.8

Series  3.9. University Committee on Women's Rights, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 3.9a

Series  3.10 Affirmative Action, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Notes 3.1

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1971-1972 

Series  4.0. Administration and Planning - General, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda, Reports and Correspondence 4.0.

Oakland Campus Planning, Dormitories, Forbes Quadrangle/Posvar Hall and People's Oakland.

Series  4.1. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1971-1972 

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Vice Chancellor of Operations and General Facilities and Physical Plant 184.1

Book Center; conversion of Schenley Apartments into Dormitories; and Allegheny Observatory.

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Planning and Budget 4.1.1

Series  4.2. Finance, 1971-1972 

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Finance - General 4.2

Tuition; Wage Freeze; Wayne State University; and Saxonburg Cyclotron Proposal.

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Current Year Budget 4.2.1
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Financial Statements June 30, 1971 4.2.3

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1971-1972 

Subseries  4.3. Treasurer - General 

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Memoranda and Reports 4.3

Subseries  4.3.1. Registrar 

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Registrar Memoranda 4.3.1
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Enrollments 4.3.1.1

Subseries  4.3.2. Comptroller 

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Memoranda 4.3.2

Series  4.4. University Planning, 1971-1972 

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University Planning - General 194.4
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WICHE (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education) 4.4.1
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Space Utilization Movements 4.4.3
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PPBS (Planning Programming and Budgeting System) 4.4.4

Manual and Sample Forms.

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1971-1972 

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Personnel - General 4.5

Series  4.6. Director of Communications, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 4.6

Allen Kent; University Libraries; and Remote Job Entry Site, Benedum.

Series  4.7. Security, 1971-1972 

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Reports, Correspondence and Memoranda 4.7

Series  4.8. Computer Center, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 4.8

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1971-1972 

Series  5.0. Office of the Chancellor Reports, 1971-1972 

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Reports and Correspondence 205.0.

Series  5.1. Chancellor's Office - General, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence 5.1
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Condolence Letters Sent by the Chancellor 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters Sent by the Chancellor 5.1.2
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Thank You Letters 5.1.2.1
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Congratulation Letters 5.1.2.2
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Invitations Extended 5.1.5
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Chancellor's Residence 5.1.5
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Statements 215.1.9
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Speeches 5.1.10
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Telegrams 5.1.11
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Public Concern Letters 5.1.12

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1971-1972 

Series  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs - General, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda and Reports 226.0a

Program Descriptions of various offices and schools of the University and correspondence about the impact of the University on the Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania economies.

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Correspondence and Booklets 6.0b
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University-Urban Interface Program 6.0c

Series  6.1. Public Relations, 1971-1972 

Subseries  6.1. Public Relations - General 

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Correspondence 6.1

Jane Thompson Cobbe Scholarship Fund, One World Festival, and Gulf Corporation.

Subseries  6.1.1 Gifts and Grants 

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Donor Thank You Letters 6.1.1a
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Donor Thank You Letters 236.1.1b
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R.K. Mellon Charitable Trusts 6.1.1.1
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National Science Foundation (NSF) 6.1.1.2

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1971-1972 

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Alumni Affairs - General 246.2
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Annual Giving Fund 6.1.1

Series  6.3. Governmental Relations, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda 6.3
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Commonwealth Relations 6.3.1

Professional Quadrangle and Project #GSA 1103-25 Land Acquisition and Demolition of Forbes Field. Grant agreement (under Act 101) between Pitt and State Department of Education, "A Program to Increase and Retain the number of Black Students in Engineering."

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Federal Government Relations 256.3.2
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Local Government Relations 6.3.3

Series  6.4. American Assembly, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence, Report and Pamphlets 6.4

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda 6.5

Series  6.6. News and Publications, 1971-1972 

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News and Publications - General 6.6
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News Clippings 6.6.1
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Pitt Releases 6.6.2
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Report of the Chancellor (Annual Report) 6.6.6
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Gift Publications 266.6.8
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University Times 6.6.9
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The Chronicle of Higher Education 6.6.10.

Series  6.7. University Press, 1971-1972 

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Books Printed by the University Press 6.7

Series  6.8. Office of Urban and Community Services (OUCS), 1971-1972 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 6.8

Includes a Report to the Black Administrators and Members of the Faculty.

Series  6.9. Office of Special Events, 1971-1972 

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Guest Lists and Thank You Letters 6.9

Dedication of the David H. Kurtzman Room, Gifts of General Matthew B. Ridgeway to Fine Arts Department, and Letter of thanks to Mr. & Mrs. Norman Bernstein for securing the Thoreau Exhibition for the University.

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1971-1972 

Series  7.0. Student Affairs Task Force, 1971-1972 

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Memoranda, Reports and Pamphlet 7.0.

Series  7.1. Student Affairs - General, 1971-1972 

Subseries  7.1. Student Affairs 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 7.1a
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Booklets: "A Little Help From Your Friends" and "Conflict in Prison - Captives of Society" 7.1b

Subseries  7.1.1. Dean of Student Development 

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Four-Day Conference on the Correctional System and Reforms to the System 7.1.1

Subseries  7.1.2. Dean of Admissions and Aid 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 7.1.2
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Admissions Reports 7.1.2.1
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Student Aid 277.1.2.2

Subseries  7.1.3. University Housing 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 7.1.3

Subseries  7.1.5. Student Health Service 

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Correspondence 7.1.5

Series  7.2. Organizations, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence and Pamphlets 7.2

University Counseling; William Pitt Debating Team; Fraternities and Fraternity Housing; Fraternity Misconduct; Program to Advance Veteran's Education (PAVE) Program; Student Commissioner's Salary; Pitt Marching Band; Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAT); Student Associations; Pitt Javelin Team; Role of Advisors in Student Organizations; Minute Men; Mortar Board; Men's Glee Club; Citizenship Information Center with Report, December 1971; Freshmen Orientation Materials; and Road Racing Team.

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Student Affairs Advisory Committee (SAAC) 7.2.1
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Student Government 7.2.2

Proposed Constitution for the Student Government of the University of Pittsburgh; Letter to President Nixon from President of Student Government Board regarding war in Vietnam, with letter to Student President from Chancellor Posvar; and Minutes of Student Government Meetings.

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Intercultural House 7.2.3

Series  7.4. Activities, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence, Memoranda and Reports 7.4
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Commencement 287.4.1

Letters from President Nixon to 1971 and 1972 Graduates; William D. McElroy will receive degree of Doctor of Laws; Ungku Abdul Aziz to receive Doctor of Humane Letters; and Professor Marina von Neumann Whitman will be Commencement Speaker.

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Honorary Degrees 7.4.2

Memorandum concerning the University of Pittsburgh's practice of awarding Honorary Degrees; Correspondence suggesting the following names as recipients for Honorary Degrees: Judge John Brosky, Donald Johannes (Pittsburgh Symphony), Constance Welsh (Teacher of Acting), and Professor William Hung (Chinese Studies); and Minutes of Meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee on Selection of Honorary Degrees, January 7, 1971.

Series  7.5. ROTC, 1971-1972 

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Report and Awards 7.5

Annual Report of ROTC Activities, June 26, 1972; Nomination of Lt. Col. Roger W. McLain as Air Force Research Associate in GSPIA for 1972-1973; Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway papers; Col. Philip V. Howell, Jr., recommended for position of Professor of Aerospace Studies of the AFROTC Program at Pitt; Air Force ROTC Annual Awards Ceremony; and Army ROTC Annual Awards Day, March 7, 1972.

Series  7.6. Scholarships and Awards, 1971-1972 

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Correspondence and Press Release 7.6

Correspondence on the following scholarships: Lubrizol Scholarship Awards; The Guggenheim Fellowship for 1972; The Terry DeWolf Scholarship Fund; establishment of the Mildred Miller Posvar Scholarship; The Rhodes Scholarship Trust; Senatorial Scholarships; The National Fellowships; Mesta Machine Scholarships; Marshall Scholarship; University of Pittsburgh Athletic Scholarships; and White House Fellows.

Subgrp  8.0. Miscellaneous, 1971-1972 

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Reports, Memoranda and Booklets 298.0.

List of Chancellors of the University since 1900; Administrative Officers of the University; Maps and Campus Plan; Parking Map; Organization Chart of the University; Memo regarding PAC Report to General Lincoln, Office of Emergency Preparedness, December 20, 1971; Memorial Booklet to Carter Goodrich; "Sights & Sounds of the Eye and Ear Hospital"; and Three Rivers Stadium.

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State Board of Education (Task Force) 8.1
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Day Care and Louise Child Care Center 8.2
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New Careers 8.3

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Recordgrp  VI. Academic Year 1972/73 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1972-1973 

Series  1.0. Academic Programs - General, 1972-1973 

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Report and Memoranda 11

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Reports 2

Series  1.2. Provost, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 3

Administrative Superstructure of the University of Pittsburgh; Development of University programs in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement; First Professional Classification of Programs, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.D.M.), and Juris Doctor (J.D.); Faculty Status for Professional Librarians; and List of University Distinguished Service, Andrew W. Mellon, Visiting A.W. Mellon, A. Avinoff, and Maurice Falk Professors.

Series  1.4 Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1972-1973 

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FAS - General 4

Professor Emeritus bestowed upon Professor Lawrence Lee; Committee on accreditation has voted to continue the doctoral training program in Clinical Psychology; Letter to Ms. Helen Frick requesting use of miniatures for an Exhibition; minutes of meetings of the Art Gallery; Congratulations to Pitt Debating Team; Correspondence and Proposal to Establish a Program in the Social and Conceptual Foundations of Medicine in the Biological Sciences; Guggenheim Fellowships granted to Reinhold A. Heller (Associate Professor of Fine Arts) and Klaus W. Jonas (Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures); Proposal in Regard to the University's Energy Program by W. E. Wallace, Chairman and Professor, Department of Chemistry; Richard McCoy will resign as Associate Dean of FAS, and Director of Graduate Programs effective January 1, 1973; and Pitt Release announcing Elizabeth Baranger Named Associate Dean of Pitt's Faculty of Arts and Sciences, December 7, 1972.

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Correspondence 5
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Metropolitan Sciences and Technology Collaboration with Carnegie Mellon 2/36

Analysis of impact of merger of Computer Center and Libraries between Pitt and CMU.

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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 7

Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg acts to halt the sale of term papers to Pennsylvania students; Arsenal Family and Children's Center; Recognition of Mr. Joseph M. Katz's gift of Video Tape Equipment to the University; Jesse J. McCorry to become Associate Dean CAS; English Composition Program; and Dean Schneewind's resignation.

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Graduate Programs 8

Fulbright Grantees from Pitt Graduate Program, 1973-1974; Endorsement of University of Pittsburgh-Lincoln University Advanced Study Program to be funded under Title III of Higher Education Act of 1965; Memos regarding Status of Application for Advanced Study Cooperative Program, Current Status of Graduate Cross-Registration at Pitt, and Administration of Graduate Student Support; and Minutes of Meetings of the University Council on Graduate Study.

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School of General Studies (SGS) 9

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1972-1973 

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Memoranda 10

Dedication of Lou and Myra G. Mervis Hall; The General Electric Foundation Award, November 7, 1972; and GSB Board of Visitors.

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1972-1973 

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School of Education - General 11

Letter announcing James Kelly, Jr., will become Associate Dean, School of Education, effective March 1, February 27, 1973; faculty of the School of Education planning to honor Dean Paul H. Masoner on the occasion of his retirement; Dr. Edward J. Barnes resigning as Director of University-Community Educational Programs; and Annual Reports 1970-1971 and 1971-1972.

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Reports and Falk School 12

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1972-1973 

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School of Engineering - General 413

Evaluation Visit and Act 101, Higher Education Equal Opportunity Act; Dr. Max L. Williams, Jr., to assume post of Dean; Tsung Wei Sze appointed Acting Dean; The Medical School and the Engineering School at Pitt and CMU are planning a joint Biomedical Engineering Program; Bevier Correspondence; The Whiteford Chair Correspondence; Gwilym A. Price Engineering Lectures; Gifts and Grants to School of Engineering; and Harold E. Hoelscher while he is at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).

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School of Engineering Bulletin and Board of Visitors 14

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 15

Faculty at Pitt Law School has formed the Pitt Law Faculty Association (PLFA), an employee organization within the meaning of Act 195; Tuition; The Carthage Foundation Grant to the Law School; Proposed guest list for the Law School Ground Breaking Ceremonies, November 2, 1972; William J. Copeland, Vice Chairman of the Board of Pittsburgh National Bank, will lead the financial drive for the new Law School; Ex Cathedra Law School Newspaper; and Board of Visitors letter, April 13, 1973.

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Study Proposal 15

Proposal from University of Pittsburgh for a Study of "A Cost-benefit Model of Library Operations in Terms of Use of Materials" to Council on Library Resources; Invitation and Message for testimonial dinner upon retirement of Harold Lancour, Dean Emeritus, GSLIS, June 11, 1973; and Correspondence and comments on "Resource Sharing in Libraries."

Series  1.10. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1972-1973 

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GSPIA - General 16

Lt. Col. Donald E. Yager appointed Air Force Research Associate; Dr. Gene Spencer Leonardson awarded Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program; Gulf Corp. gift for GSPIA student; Correspondence regarding Dr. Lawrence Howard discharged as Dean, GSPIA; Mr. Hamlin Robinson will represent University at the inauguration of the first Chancellor of the National University of Malaysia; Jack Robin, Urban Specialist, has accepted a joint position with the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and the University of Pittsburgh; Collaborative program arrangements between the Organization of American States (OAS) and University of Pittsburgh; Proposal, "International Symposium on Public Personnel Systems"; Draft of GSPIA-OMB (Office of Management and Budget) Conference, December 7-8, 1972; Proposal submitted by GSPIA to the Liberian Government seeking the Liberian Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) Grant; Twentieth Semi-Annual Report, February 1-July 31, 1972, from Nigerian Project; and Signing of the Venezuela agreement, July 27, 1972.

Series  1.11. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1972-1973 

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Memoranda, Correspondence and Publications 517

An open letter to Pennsylvania's Governor Shapp from College Presidents on the financial situation for social workers in Pennsylvania; Dean Wilbur I. Newstetter honored by the Council on Social Work Education; Rita Lowenthal appointed Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs and will act as liaison between social service agencies and the graduating students of Social Work; and Commission on Accreditation has reaffirmed the accredited status of the GSSW at Pitt for a period of 5 years until January 1977.

Series  1.12. Learning Research & Development Center (LRDC), 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Report 17

Conditions of Negotiations for LRDC's Three-Year Proposal to the National Institute of Education; LRDC dedication date and correspondence from Honorable Elliott Richardson, Secretary of HEW to be speaker at ceremony; and LRDC Board of Visitors.

Series  1.13. Space Research Coordination Center, 1972-1973 

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Final Progress Report on NASA Training Grant and Visit by NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher 17

Series  1.14. Health Professions, 1972-1973 

Subseries  1.14. Health Professions - General 

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Memoranda and Meeting Minutes 18

Memo regarding Collaborative Efforts with Other Pittsburgh Institutions, May 31, 1973; A computerized Patient Registration System for Children's Hospital, Eye & Ear Hospital, Magee, Presbyterian, and WPIC; Radiation Safety Committee; Dr. F.S. Cheever recommends that the School of Health Related Professions start phasing out the B.S. program in Child Development and Child Care starting July 1973; Funding shortage for fiscal years for School of Health Related Professions; Working Draft, "Proposal for a Physician Educational Program for the State of Pennsylvania"; Lothrop/Darragh Properties; Statement of the Pennsylvania Department of Education on the Desirability of a new Medical School in Northwestern Pennsylvania; Grant Application for Development and Planning of a Health Maintenance Organization for Western Pennsylvania; Minutes of Meetings of the Committee for the Health Professions; Health Related Professions Board of Visitors; and House Staff Training Program in Internal Medicine from Montefiore Hospital and Presbyterian and Oakland Veterans Hospitals.

Subseries  1.14.1 School of Medicine 

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Correspondence, Memoranda and Reports 19-20

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A detailed proposal for funds to develop a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program; School of Medicine Report for academic year 1971-1972; Dr. Bernard Fisher and School of Medicine have applied to American Cancer Society for funds to establish a Breast Cancer Screening Clinic; School of Medicine Affirmative Action Program; Letter of commendation to Dr. Jack A. Wolford; and Plan of Organization of the Faculty of the School of Medicine at University of Pittsburgh.

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Report on Functions and Structures of a Medical School; Progress Report of the Inter-institutional Biomedical Engineering Committee; Fellowships in Women Studies and on the Role of Women in Society; Proposal for a Radiation Oncology Center at UHC; Recommendations of Sub-committee on Student Promotions of the Student Executive Council; The Animal Care Committee; Proposal for a Physician Educational Program for the State of Pennsylvania; Annual Report, Department of Pediatrics, July 1, 1971-June 30, 1972; Proposals Concerning Medical Care in Pennsylvania; Medical Advisory Committee Meeting, April 9, 1973; Curriculum Committee with Minutes of Meetings; School of Medicine Board of Visitors; and Gerontology.

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Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) 621

Health Center Meeting and copy of Agreement; Medical Advisory Committee to WPIC, March 2, 1973; and Thomas Detre Named Chairman of Psychiatry at Pitt Medical School and Director of WPIC.

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Executive Committee - Faculty of Medicine 21

Request for change of status of Division of Neurological Surgery to departmental status; "Objectives and Activities of the Committee on Financing of Medical Education, A Progress Report to the AAMC Assembly," November 1972; and Minutes of Meetings of the Executive Committee.

Subseries  1.14.2. Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 22

Drug Education Curriculum Development Clinic; Pitt Release announcing Dr. Elsie Broussard and Dr. Meriam Sergay Sturgeon Hartner awarded Hofheimer Prize Award for First-Born Study, May 28, 1973; University Radiation Safety Committee; and GSPH Board of Visitors.

Subseries  1.14.3. School of Dental Medicine 

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Reports and Correspondence 22

Subseries  1.14.4. School of Pharmacy 

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School of Pharmacy Bulletin and Correspondence 23

Subseries  1.14.5. School of Nursing 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 23

Dr. Enid Goldberg appointed Dean; Dean Marguerite Schaefer resigns as Dean; "Planning for Nursing in the University Health Center of Pittsburgh" by Dean Marguerite Schaefer; and Memo regarding School of Nursing Building, January 3, 1972.

Subseries  1.14.6. School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 24

A New Master of Science Program in School of Health Related Professions; Letters of support for continuation of the Department of Child Development and Child Care in SHRP; "The Future of Early Childhood Development"; Board of Visitors; and Early Childhood Programs.

Series  1.15. Regional Campuses, 1972-1973 

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Regional Campuses - General 725

Memos regarding A Design for Regionalization in Higher Education, and Graduate Education at the Regional Campuses, April 27, 1973; A Study of the Regional Campuses, Fall 1971, Freshmen Class; and Memo regarding Graduate Education at the Regional Campuses, March 13, 1972.

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Bradford 26
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Greensburg 26
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Johnstown 26
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Titusville 26

Series  1.16. International Programs, 1972-1973 

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International Programs - General 27
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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 28

Series  1.17. Urban Programs, 1972-1973 

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Reports 829

Robert Pease interviews John P. Robin regarding Pittsburgh Renaissance; Possible invitees for Luncheon Honoring Jack Robin, November 15, 1972; The University and the Regional Economy; The Impact of the University of Pittsburgh on the Local Economy; Progress Reports from the University-Urban Inter-fact Program; Model Cities, United Black Front; and U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Minority Business Enterprise meeting on proposed contract containing subcontract to United Black Front, Inc., October 10, 1972.

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Booklets, Pamphlets and Reports 30
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Progress Reports from the University-Urban Inter-fact Program and Model Cities 31
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Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) 932
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Urban Research Studies 32

Series  1.18. Research Programs, 1972-1973 

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Reports and Proposals 33

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 34

Congratulatory letter to Coach Jim Banner from AAU of the U.S. upon his selection as Assistant Track Coach for team competing in Europe and Africa, July 6-August 8, 1973; Pitt will host 1973 Men's and Women's Indoor National AAU Diving Championships in Trees Hall Pool and the 69th Annual Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Championships, February 23-24, 1973; Sarah Mellon Scaife Foundation Grant of a digital electronic timing system for Department of Athletics; Reception for John Majors, January 16, 1973; Athletic Policy, University of Pittsburgh, December 12, 1972; Discussion Paper on Housing Athletes Together; Pitt's withdrawal from the Big Four; Eastern College Athletic Conference Declaration; Memo regarding Faculty/Staff Recreation Use of the Athletic Facilities, October 11, 1972; Memo regarding Student Concerns with Athletic Facilities, October 3, 1972; The Art Toner Memorial Award for track and field; Third Annual Outdoor Invitational, May 11-12, 1973, Pitt Stadium; Pitt hires Coach Willie E. Jefferies; and Sport News from University of Pittsburgh regarding Pitt Athletes Excel in Classrooms.

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Director of Athletics 34

Board of Visitors, Big 4, and Position Paper on Red Shirting.

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Panther Foundation 35
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Varsity Letter Club 35
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Football 35

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees and Memberships, 1972-1973 

Series  3.0. University Boards, Committees and Memberships - General, 1972-1973 

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Academic Integrity, Heinz Memorial Chapel, Stephen Foster Memorial, Chaplains Association, Committee on Economic Development and World Affairs Council 1036

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1972-1973 

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Board of Trustees - General 37
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By-Laws Committee 38
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Budget Audit Committee 38
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Education Committee 38
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Committee on the Health Professions 39
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Executive Committee 39
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Facilities Committee 3.1.7
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Financial Development Committee 40
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Investment Committee 40
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University Governance (Ad Hoc) 40
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Academic Affairs 40

Series  3.2. Regional Campuses, 1972-1973 

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Bradford 1141
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Greensburg 41
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Johnstown 41
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Titusville 41

Series  3.3. Council of Deans, 1972-1973 

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Council of Deans - General 42
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Meeting Minutes 43

Series  3.4. University Senate Council, 1972-1973 

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Chancellor's Remarks and Meeting Agendas and Minutes 44

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1972-1973 

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Senate By-laws, Committees, Meetings and Reports 1245
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Task Force on External Degree Program 46

Series  3.6. Official Memberships, 1972-1973 

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Membership Correspondence 47

Correspondence of official memberships: National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC); American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU); World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh (WAC); Interuniversity Communications Council (EDUCOM); and National Council of Independent Colleges and Universities. Correspondence regarding Eastern Association for Inter-collegiate Athletics for Women; National Association of Governing Boards Conference; and National Advisory Council on Ethnic Heritage Studies.

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National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC) 48
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Academy for Educational Development 48
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development (ACCD) 13/1449
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Civic Light Opera Association 50
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 50
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Presbyterian-University Hospital Board 50

Includes "Future Directions, The University Health Center of Pittsburgh."

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Regional Industrial Development Corporation of South Western Pennsylvania (RIDC) 51
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WQED Board of Directors and Committees 51
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Health Research and Services Foundation (HRSF) 51

Series  3.7. Institutional Memberships, 1972-1973 

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American Council on Education (ACE) 52-53
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Association of American Colleges (AAC) 53
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MPC Corporation 53
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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 54
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 55
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University Health Center (UHC) 56

Agreement of Affiliation between University of Pittsburgh and Presbyterian-University Hospital, Eye & Ear Hospital of Pittsburgh, Children's Hospital, Magee-Women’s Hospital and the Montefiore Hospital Association of Western Pennsylvania.

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University Health Center (UHC), Meeting Minutes 1557-58
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Proposal of a Joint CMU-Pitt Health Management Center 59
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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 60

Series  3.8. Chancellor and Vice Chancellor's Staff Meetings, 1972-1973 

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Staff Meetings 60

Series  3.9. Advisory Council on Women's Opportunities (ACWO), 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Creation of University Women's Center 61

Series  3.10 Affirmative Action Program, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Proposals 62
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Annual Report, Volume III, Audit Analysis, "Sources and Resource Directory, Women and Minority Group Persons," July 1972 1663
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Staff Manual, Affirmative Action Office 64

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1972-1973 

Series  4.0. General State Authority and Forbes Project, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Reports 65

General State Authority; Forbes Project; Sennott and Bouquet Streets; Pennant Place and Girts Way; GSA Project 1103-23 - School of Nursing; 1103-11 - Dormitories; Proposals for the Schenley Plaza Area in Oakland; Correspondence regarding Forbes Complex; and ODI Block Renovation.

Series  4.1. Facilities and Physical Plant, 1972-1973 

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Facilities and Physical Plant - General 66

Update of University Model, Babcock Room; Physical Space Planning and Inventory; Exploring the use of Panther Hollow; Historic picture of Oakland Area; furniture donated to the University; Historical landmark plaques from Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation for the University; New Chemistry Building; Heinz Chapel correspondence with Heinz Memorial Chapel Advisory Committee minutes of meeting; The Heinz Memorial Chapel use policies; Proposed placing of plaque with poem entitled "The Cathedral" by Professor Lawrence Lee, Department of English; and Plaque recognizing the Cap and Gown Club to be placed in Student Union.

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Vice Chancellor for Operations 67

Series  4.2. Finance, 1972-1973 

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State Budget Hearings 68
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Financial Statements 68

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1972-1973 

Subseries  4.3. Treasurer - General 

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Disposition of property at 4200 Centre Ave., The Merlin Foundation, Emma W. Locke Memorial Fund 69

Subseries  4.3.1. Registrar 

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Registrar - General 69
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Enrollments 69

Series  4.4. Vice Chancellor for Planning and Budget, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda, Correspondence and Clippings 70
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Reports 1771
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Booklets: "Transit System - Planning & Feasibility Analysis" and "University Place" 72
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Collective Bargaining 73
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Long Range Objectives 73

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1972-1973 

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Benefits and Memoranda 74

Series  4.6. Director of Communications, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Statements 76

Series  4.7. Security, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Clippings 76

Series  4.8. Computer Center, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Overview 77

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence 1878
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Condolence Letters 79
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Courtesy Letters 79
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Thank You Letters 80
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Congratulations 80
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Invitations Accepted 81
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Invitations Regrets 19/20/2182-83
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Invitations Extended 84
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Chancellor's Residence 85
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Letters of Recommendation 86
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Statements 2287
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Speeches 88
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Telegrams 89

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1972-1973 

Series  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs - General, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda, Reports and Booklets 90

Series  6.1. Public Affairs, 1972-1973 

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Public Affairs - General 91
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Richard King Mellon Foundation 2392
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Recruitment for DSP and 3-M Programs 93
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Gifts and Grants 94-95
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Gifts and Grants 2496

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1972-1973 

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Alumni Affairs - General 97a
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Annual Giving Fund (AGF) 97b

Series  6.3. Governmental Relations, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Correspondence 98

The Lothrop/Darragh Block property and State Relatedness and Reporting requirements.

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Commonwealth Relations 99

Letter to Governor Shapp from Presidents of Bryn Mawr College, Marywood College, Temple University and Pitt regarding graduate education programs for social workers, May 23, 1973; Letter to Appropriations Committee regarding students attending Pitt on tuition scholarships; Letter to Governor Shapp from Presidents of Temple, Penn State and Pitt regarding budget cuts, April 3, 1973; Letter to Judge Kramer, Commonwealth Court of Pittsburgh, regarding budget cuts, March 26, 1973; and Loan of Andrew Wyeth painting, "Farm near Harrisburg," for hanging in Governor's Mansion.

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Commonwealth Relations 25100
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Federal Relations 101
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Local Relations 102

Series  6.4. American Assembly, 1972-1973 

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Pamphlets: "Japanese American Relations III" and "The Pennsylvania Assembly on the State Legislatures in American Politics" 103

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange, 1972-1973 

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Nationality Rooms 104

John G. Bowman Memorial Faculty Grants; The Mable Gillespie endowment for Education Exchange will be awarded to Ms. D. Zorich, Advisor to the Quo Vadis hostesses; The Intercultural Exchange Endowment Fund Committee; Memo regarding Limitations of Space on the First Floor of the Cathedral for Future Nationality Rooms, February 22, 1973; Memo regarding International Scholar and Student Enrollment Statistics for Academic Year 1972-1973, January 17, 1973; Wayne State University is pursuing Nationality Room Project similar to the one at Pitt; Correspondence regarding Israeli Room; Chronology of Japanese Garden and Room Developments; Ukrainian Nationality Room; African Heritage Classroom; and Afghanistan Project.

Series  6.6. News and Publications, 1972-1973 

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Booklets, Press Releases, Pitt News and  FAS Gazette 105
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Clippings 106
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Pitt Releases 26107
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Pitt in the News 108
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Polaris 109
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Annual Report of the Chancellor 110
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Gift Publications 111
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University Times 111a

Series  6.7. University Press, 1972-1973 

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Book Reviews, Carnap Papers and Book Center Board of Directors 27112

Series  6.8. Office of Urban and Community Services, 1972-1973 

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"Inventory of Urban Interests" and "Trees Hall Leisure-Learn Advisory Committee" 113

Series  6.9. Office of Special Events, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 114

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1972-1973 

Series  7.1. Student Affairs - General, 1972-1973 

Subseries  7.1. Student Affairs 

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Pamphlets 28115
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Statements, Memoranda and Reports 116

Dr. Alfred Moye becomes Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, effective March 1, 1973; Student Participation on Planning Task Forces; Proposed guidelines for determining resident status of students for the Commonwealth Universities; Security problems on Campus; Outlined objectives for Student Health Service, University Counseling Center, Office of Residence Life and University Placement Center; and Office of Veterans Affairs.

Subseries  7.1.1. Dean of Student Development 

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Correspondence from Men's Glee Club 117
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Wrestling Newsletter #2 117

Subseries  7.1.2. Dean of Admissions and Aid 

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Dean of Admissions and Aid - General 118

DeWolfe Scholarship Fund, the police scholarship, and Guaranteed Student Loan Program.

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Admissions 119
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Student Aid 119

Subseries  7.1.3. University Housing 

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Correspondence 119

Series  7.2 Organizations, 1972-1973 

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Organizations - General 120

Graduate/Professional Student Association; Chancellor Posvar's message to incoming Freshmen in Polaris; The Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association will co-sponsor Parents' Weekend; The Office of Cultural Presentations, Department of State, is requested to issue a letter of approval to the Heinz Chapel Concert Choir for a forthcoming European tour; Letter supporting application of Alex Braunfeld for the International Balfour Award; Chancellor's statement to members of Delta Sigma Pi, March 1972, and copy of fraternity publication "Lambda Ladle"; Copy of Fellows Club publication called "The Bazooie"; Congratulatory letters to Pitt Band for performance at Pittsburgh Steeler Game; Script prepared for Dr. Posvar for WPGH Radio Marathon; Invite to the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association dinner for their alumni; Congratulations to the William Pitt Debating Team; Memo regarding Office of Veteran Affairs, August 4, 1972; "Rostrum"; and "The Mask of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity."

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Intercultural House 121
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Student Affairs Advisory Committee (SAAC) 29122
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Student Government 122

Series  7.3. Demonstrations (Unrest), 1972-1973 

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Memorial Service for Students Killed at Southern University and Students for a Democratic Society Flyer 123

Series  7.4. Activities, 1972-1973 

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Activities - General 123
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Commencement 124

The Honorable F. Bradford Morse, Undersecretary General of the United Nations, will be Commencement Speaker, April 29, 1973; Comments and Corrections to be Made in Administration of Commencement; Bishop Roy C. Nichols requested to offer invocation and benediction at Commencement; Message to the College Graduates from President Nixon; Correspondence from various schools; and Program Script.

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Homecoming 125

Series  7.5. ROTC, 1972-1973 

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Memoranda and Reports 126

National Association of Concerned Veterans letter on Veterans Programs and Regulations; School of General Studies Council reconsiders the matter of ROTC credits; The continuation of Air Force Research Associates Program with Graduate School of Public & International Affairs for academic year 1972-1973; Memos regarding Office of Veterans' Affairs; Memo regarding Veterans Tutorial Services Center, January 17, 1973; Brigadier General Robert M. White appointed Commandant of Air Force ROTC; Ellen Kingston, 1st woman ever to be commissioned in the Air Force from Air Force ROTC, University of Pittsburgh; and Annual Report of Army ROTC Activities.

Series  7.6. Scholarships and Awards, 1972-1973 

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Correspondence 127

Correspondence regarding following scholarships: Alpha Epsilon Delta expense scholarship; National Merit Scholarship; Allegheny County Medical Society Auxiliary's Scholarship; Chancellor's Scholarship; Danforth Fellowships; Board of Foreign Scholarships; Rhodes Scholarships; White House Fellows Program; Andrew Mellon Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships; National Medal of Science; Mildred Miller Posvar Music Scholarship; Graduate Fulbright Awardees; and tuition scholarships to the editors and business managers of major recognized student publications.

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National Scholarship Committee 128

Subgrp  8.0. Assorted Files and Publications, 1972-1973 

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Pamphlets and Booklets 30129

Assorted pamphlets from schools; Summary Report on Deliberations, Findings and Recommendations of the 1st Vienna Seminar held at University of Vienna, July 24-28, 1972; The administration of patents of Pitt Faculty in Japan; University of Pittsburgh Campus Map; Paper on Education for the Year 2000; and University Logo.

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Reports and University Information 130
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State Board of Education 131

Mr. Jerome M. Ziegler appointed Commissioner for Higher Education; 1973-74 Appropriation for Act 101, with Report of the Evaluation Team on the Act 101 Program at the University of Pittsburgh on September 12-13, 1972; Report on Reevaluation of Approved Graduate and Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs at Pitt, on January 31-February 2, 1972; Correspondence on Honorary Degrees, Academic Policy Plan for Penn State, and Guidelines for Determining Resident Status of Students at Temple University, Penn State University and Pitt; Policy Statements on Goals and Assumptions for Student Enrollment Projections, Moratorium on Establishment of Branch Campuses, and The Pennsylvania Open College; and Minutes of Meetings of Board of State College and University Directors.

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Board of State College and University Directors Meeting Minutes 132
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State Board of Education, Open College 31133
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Day Care Center 134
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Arsenal Family and Children's Center 135
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Board of Visitors 136
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Black Studies 137
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University-Community Educational Program (U-CEP) 138
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Meeting of Pitt, Penn State and Temple Presidents 138
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Carnegie Mellon, Carlow, Robert Morris and Point Park Universities Correspondence 138

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Recordgrp  VII. Academic Year 1973/74 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1973-1974 

Series  1.1. New Careers - New Professional Association, 1973-1974 

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Letter Approving Expenditures for Dinner and Ceremonies for New Careers Graduates, October 5, 1973 11.1

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1973-1974 

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Reports 1.2

Series  1.3. Provost, 1973-1974 

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Correspondence, Memoranda and Reports 1.3a

Data on women and minority graduate students, June 19, 1974; Emma W. Locke Memorial Fund and Provost Development Fund, May 31, 1974; Memo regarding Graduate Faculty Exchanges with the University of Cincinnati, May 8, 1974; Possible membership in the Argonne Universities Association and Relationship between Pitt and College of Virgin Islands; Library Services and Construction Act, May 8, 1974; Financial Aid for Graduate Students; "University-wide TA/TF Policy," Draft; letter regarding Baccalaureate programs at Pitt, March 27, 1974; Inactive Boards of Visitors in the Provost Area, March 6, 1974; Facilitation of Research Capability and Increased University Contribution to Research, January 30, 1974; The Council on Rehabilitation Education as an accrediting agency February 15, 1974; Instructional Systems Development Project, January 16, 1974; Unlawful Sale of Dissertations, December 5, 1973; Grade Change Policy, July 6, 1973; program of study open to federal employees leading to a Masters Degree in Public Administration, June 28, 1973; Research Development Fund, Policies and Procedures; Guideline Questions Regarding Progress of New Doctoral Programs; and Proposal for the Establishment of a Learning Center.

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Women's Center; Tenure Guidelines; University Research Advisory Committee; University Council on Graduate Study; Study of Rivers; and Overhead Proposals 1.3b
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Academic Integrity 1.3c

Series  1.4. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1973-1974 

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Memoranda, Correspondence and Press Releases 1.4a

Chemistry Building Dedication, November 11, 1974; Dr. Alan Fisher is recipient of NATO Fellowship for study and research at College de France; Jewish-Christian Symposium to be held in January 1974; Pitt Release regarding Pitt Conference Honors Noted Japanese Geophysicist, Professor Takesi Nagata, May 21, 1974; Newsletter, Department of Geography, May 1974; Scholarships for students with special abilities, April 11, 1974; appointment of Dr. Jake Milliones to position of Associate Director of Project Right Start; Cooperation between Pitt's Pymatuning Lab of Ecology and the ecology program of Seton Hill's biology department; "An Interdisciplinary Program in the Social and Conceptual Foundations of Medicine and the Biological Science" proposal; Recruiting additional faculty of national eminence; Dr. Robert Wolke is nominated for the Manufacturers Chemists Association Award in Chemical Education; Lists of Mellon Professors; Samuel P. Hays, Professor of History, appointed Distinguished Service Professor of History, January 28, 1974; possibility of forming a single Statistics Department to service both Carnegie-Mellon and University of Pittsburgh; Pitt Release announcing Dr. Paul F. Lazarsfeld, University Professor of Sociology, Honored by American Sociological Association, January 9, 1974; and Letter of commendation to Men's Glee Club for increasing educational relations with Mexico, January 2, 1974.

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Reports and Correspondence 21.4b

Letter thanking the Pittsburgh Foundation for a generous grant to Pitt's Children's Theatre Project, December 26, 1973; Draft "Rules Relating to Academic Integrity"; Faculty and Administrative Development in cooperation with West Virginia State College; Congratulatory letter to Dr. James Adovasio, Anthropology Department, regarding Rare Basket Find at Meadowcroft Village in Avella, Pa.; Reports to the Women's Studies Program; Peace Studies Semester Program; Annual Report of Academic Activities for the 1972-1973 Academic Year from Nicholas Rescher, University Professor of Philosophy and Research Professor in the Center for Philosophy of Science; Report on the Pymatuning Laboratory and library fund; Honorary Professorship bestowed upon Mr. Jerzy Grotowski of the Polish Laboratory Theatre of Philadelphia; Statement of Professor T. M. Donahue to the Subcommittee on Space Science and Application on The History of Planetary Exploration, March 15, 1972; Changes of Administrative Appointments within FAS, July 1, 1973; Cooperation in the mathematical sciences, with "Institute of Mathematical Sciences" and "Proposed Statistics Center" between Carnegie-Mellon and Pitt; and Mellon Professors.

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Urban Studies and FAS Board of Visitors 1.4c
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American Experience 1.4d

Elliot Richardson's speech on March 12, 1974; Mr. William F, Buckley, Jr. lecture, May 8, 1974; Recipients of Scholarship Consideration, The American Experience, 1974; American Experience Lecturers for the future; The American Experience Class Roster, 1974, Sections 1A-2A; Governor Milton Shapp invited to introduce Mr. Robert Strauss, Chairman of Democratic National Committee, January 30, 1974; Robert G. Hazo's review of the Politics of Lying; General Maxwell Taylor Lecture; Robert Hazo's Seminar, The American Experience; and "The American Experience" booklet.

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Pittsburgh Metropolitan Science-Technology Library 1.4e
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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 1.4.1

List of Chancellor's Undergraduate Teaching Fellowships for Fall 1974; A Proposal for A Program Leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science; English Composition Program Progress Report; Undergraduate Urban Studies Essay Center; and Jesse J. McCorry, Jr., Associate Dean, CAS, resigns.

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Graduate Programs 1.4.2
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School of General Studies (SGS) 1.4.3a-1.4.3b

Spring 74-3 Enrollments, May 24, 1974; SGS Annual Report, Greetings from Dr. Posvar at Alpha Sigma Lambda Banquet; and Correspondence regarding Arsenal Family & Children's Center.

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1973-1974 

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GSB - General 1.5a
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Zoffer Report Management 31.5b
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Booklets and Pamphlets 1.5c

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1973-1974 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 1.6

Mrs. Jeanne H. Seaman, Associate Professor of Physical Education and innovator in the field of dance, resigns and Masoner appointed University Professor of Education and Dean Emeritus of the School of Education; Henry J. McAnulty, C.S.Sp., President of Duquesne University requests that his institute retain Dr. David Kurtzman as a Consultant; and School of Education Board of Visitors.

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Falk School 1.6.1

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1973-1974 

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School of Engineering - General 1.7a

Dr. Max L. Williams is recipient of a 1974-1975 Fulbright-Hays Award for lecturing and research in Australia, May 22, 1974; Dr. Jack Freeman's comments on the master's degree in energy resources with Proposal for Master's Degree Program in Energy Resources, May 29, 1974; Letter of thanks to Dr. C.C. Li for being a valuable participant in the evaluation of the 1974 Engineering Research Initiation proposals for the National Science Foundation; Suspension of Search Committee Activities for the Gulf-Whiteford Chair; Center for Adhesion Science and Technology (CAST); Alcoa Foundation; and Resolution changing name of Schools of Engineering and Mines to School of Engineering, September 14, 1965.

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Bevier Engineering Library, Board of Visitors and Gwilym A. Price Lecture 1.7b

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1973-1974 

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Admissions, Tuition, Budget and Board of Visitors 1.8

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1973-1974 

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Reports and Proposals 1.9

Series  1.10. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1973-1974 

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GSPIA Dean Search, Center for Arms Control and United States Air Force Research Associates 1.10.
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Statement, Reports and Press Release 1.10a
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Arms Control Symposium, November 1-4, 1973 41.10b

Series  1.11. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1973-1974 

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Memoranda, Press Releases and Booklets 1.11

Dr. Barbara K. Shore is named "Social Worker of the Year" by the Southwest Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers; Lois S. Jaffe, Associate Professor of GSSW, is the first woman to be named "Man of the Year" by the Butler Area Jaycees; and Sidney A. Teller Lecture presents an address by Bertram S. Brown, M.D., Director of the National Institute of Mental Health.

Series  1.12. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), 1973-1974 

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Committee on Early Childhood Program, November 19, 1973 1.12
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Press Release: "Pitt's Learning Research and Development Center Receives $7,026,848 Contract from National Institute of Education," February 1, 1974 1.12a-1.12b
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LRDC Cornerstone Ceremony, February 1, 1974 1.12c

Series  1.13. Space Research Coordination Center, 1973-1974 

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NASA Grant NGL 39-011-080, "Research in Public Administration" 1.13

Series  1.14. Health Professions, 1973-1974 

Subseries  1.14. Health Professions - General 

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Memoranda, Correspondence and Meetings 1.14

Meeting regarding Terrace Village Health Center, April 9, 1974; Community Relations Committee of the Health Professions, January 3, 1972; Correspondence on establishment of Department of Neurosurgery in the School of Medicine; Center for Interdisciplinary Cycle Research; Community Health Association; Reorganization of Academic Medicine; Regionalization as it might relate to the Health Sciences; and Proposed Meeting Relative to the Need for a Master Plan for Medical Education.

Subseries  1.14.1. School of Medicine 

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Resignation of Dr. Donald N. Medearis, Jr., Dean of School of Medicine and Salary Increases for Faculty at Montefiore Hospital 1.14.1
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School of Medicine - General 1.14.1a

The Dickson Prize is awarded to Dr. Stephen W. Kuffler, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School, October 22, 1973; The Protein Research Laboratory Annual Report, July 1, 1972-August 31, 1973; Possible establishment of a program in Nutrition Research and Education, November 16, 1973; Procedures to be implemented by all departments in all Health Center Hospital and Clinics to insure uniformity and compliance; Board of Visitors; and Gerontology.

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A Report on the Occasion of a Visit by the Richard King Mellon Foundation and Charitable Trusts to the School of Medicine, 1953-1973 1.14.1a
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School of Medicine Board of Visitors, Gerontology and Medical School Compensation 1.14.1b
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Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) 51.14.1.1
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Executive Committee, Faculty of Medicine 1.14.1.2

Meeting Minutes and Final Regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects.

Subseries  1.14.2. Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 

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Press Release, Memoranda and Report 1.14.2
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Proposals and Reports 1.14.2a
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Reorganization of the Department of Epidemiology and Microbiology into Two Separate Administrative Units Known as the Department of Epidemiology and Department of Microbiology 1.14.2b

Subseries  1.14.3. School of Dental Medicine 

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Reports and Proposals 1.14.3

Subseries  1.14.4. School of Pharmacy 

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Proposal and Memoranda 1.14.4

Subseries  1.14.5. School of Nursing 

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Correspondence and Memoranda 1.14.5

Enid Goldberg, R.N., Ph.D., accepts position of Dean of School of Nursing with promotion to rank of Professor of General Nursing in the Department of General Nursing, effective July 1, 1973, and School of Nursing Board of Visitors.

Subseries  1.14.6. School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 

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Possible Union Organization at the University Health Center and the Redesignation of the Division of Health Related Professions Instructional Services as the Division of Health Related Professions Interdisciplinary Programs 1.14.6
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Correspondence and Minority Recruitment 1.14.6a
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Child Development 1.14.6b
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Board of Visitors - SHRP 1.14.6c

Series  1.15. Regional Campuses, 1973-1974 

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Regional Campuses - General 1.15

Objectives and projections for the four regional campuses and "A Report to the Provost: Development of Satellite Campuses in the Greater Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area," 1973.

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Bradford (UPB) 61.15.1
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Greensburg (UPG) 1.15.2
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Johnstown (UPJ) 1.15.3
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Titusville (UPT) 1.15.4

Series  1.16. International Programs, 1973-1974 

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Programs and Correspondence 1.16

Itinerary for visit of Ambassador of Japan and Mrs. Yasukawa, May 30, 1974; Scholarly exchange programs, International Research & Exchange Board (IREX); The Board of Trustees of the German Marshall Fund of U.S. has approved a grant of $25,000 to Pitt to Support and extend Council for European Studies, March 14, 1974; Letter of thanks for assistance and support in Japan for Pitt's Asian Studies programs, February 19, 1974; The Russian and East European Studies Program in cooperation with the Cultural Environment Program presents "The Soviet Economy and the Environmental Crisis," February 19, 1974; Professor Jan Szczepanski, Foreign Lincoln Lecturer, will lecture at Pitt, February 8, 1974; Report by Dr. Richard Pratt, Physics Department, on program with Bucharest, January 22, 1974; and Proposal for a Master of Arts Degree in East Asian Studies.

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Reports and Events 1.16a
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UN University 1.16b
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OCEAC Project 1.16c
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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 1.16.1

Draft Proposal to the Ford Foundation for a Center for Arms Control and International Security Affairs; Report to the Ford Foundation on the dissertation fellowship program sponsored by the Foundation through the International Studies Association with Informal report of the activities of the International Studies Association; Cole Blasier resigns as Director of the Center for Latin American Studies, effective August 31, 1974, and Carmen Mesa-Lago named Director; Report on cooperative program with Romania; and Re-establishing collaboration between Pitt and CEDA, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Series  1.17. Urban Programs, 1973-1974 

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Grants, Pamphlets and Hudson Institute 1.17

Series  1.18. Research Programs, 1973-1974 

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Center for Interdisciplinary Cycle Research and Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies 1.18
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Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) 1.18.1
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University Center for Urban Research 1.18.2

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1973-1974 

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Athletics - General 2.0.
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Director of Athletics 2.1a
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Board of Visitors - Athletics 2.1b
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National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) 72.1c-2.1f
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Panther Foundation 2.2
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Basketball and Baseball 2.3
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Football 2.4a
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Football - Fiesta Bowl 2.4b
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Women's Sports 2.5

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees and Memberships, 1973-1974 

Series  3.0. Boards, Committees and Memberships - General, 1973-1974 

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Graduation, Elna Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia Tercentenary Committee and 50th Anniversary of National Jewish Campus Ministry 3.0.
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Awards and Summaries 3.0a
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Heinz Memorial Chapel 3.0b
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Stephen Foster Memorial 3.0c
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Chaplains' Association 3.0d
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World Affairs Council (WAC) 3.0e

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1973-1974 

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Board of Trustees - General 3.1-3.1a
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Redefinition of Missions: The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg and Titusville 83.1b
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Commonwealth Trustees, Board of Visitors, University President Inaugurals and Board of Trustees Handbook 3.1c
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By-Laws 3.1.1
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Budget-Audit Committee 3.1.2
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Academic Affairs 3.1.3
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Student Affairs Committee 3.1.4
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Committee on the Health Professions 3.1.5
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Executive Committee 3.1.6
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Facilities Committee 3.1.7

Series  3.2. Advisory Boards, 1973-1974 

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Bradford 3.2.1
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Greensburg 3.2.2
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Johnstown 93.2.3
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Titusville 3.2.4

Series  3.3. Council of Deans, 1973-1974 

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Chancellor's Remarks and Meeting Minutes 3.3

Series  3.4. Senate Council, 1973-1974 

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Senate Council Members and Meeting Minutes, June 1973-January 1974 3.4a
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Meeting Minutes and Chancellor's Remarks 3.4b

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1973-1974 

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University Senate - General 3.5a
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Senate Agendas and Meetings 3.5b
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Admissions and Student Aid Committee 3.5c
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Budget Policies Committee 3.5d
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Liaison Committee 103.5e
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University Governance Committee 3.5f
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Commonwealth and Community Relations Committee 3.5g
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Computer Usage, Health & Welfare, Library, Organization & Procedures, Plant Utilization & Planning, Student Affairs and Tenure & Academic Freedom Committees 3.5h
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Education Policies 3.5i
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External Degree Program (USEP) 3.5.1
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University Athletic Committee Members and Proposed Reorganization 3.5.2
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University Athletic Committee Meeting Minutes, Reports and Proposals 3.5.2a
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Preliminary Athletic Eligibility Report for Special Aid Awards Recommendation Group, 1972-1973 3.5.2b

Series  3.6. Official Memberships, 1973-1974 

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World Society for Ekistics 3.6a
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National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC), Committee on Urban Problems 3.6b-3.6c
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NASULGC Pamphlets 3.6d
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NASULGC, Financing Post-Secondary Education and Low Tuition 113.6e
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NASULGC Circular Letters 3.6f
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NASULGC Correspondence and Meeting Minutes 3.6g
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The Academy for Educational Development, Inc. 3.6h
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development (ACCD) 3.6.1a
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ACCD, College Cluster Program 3.6.1b
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Civic Light Opera (CLO) 3.6.2
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 3.6.5
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Presbyterian-University Hospital Board, Merger Plan and Draft By-laws 3.6.6
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Presbyterian-University Hospital, Budgets and Reports 3.6.6a
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Presbyterian-University Hospital, Board of Trustees and Committees 3.6.6b
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Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) 3.6.7
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United Nations Association of Pittsburgh 123.6.8
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WQED Board of Directors and Committees 3.6.9
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Health Research and Services Foundation (HRSF) 3.6.14
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Pittsburgh Urban Transit Council (PUTC) 3.6.15
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Pittsburgh Convention and Visitors Center 3.6.19

Series  3.7. Institutional Memberships, 1973-1974 

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The Institute of Ecology; American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS); American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU); and Pennsylvania Association for Higher Education (PAKE) 3.7
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American Council on Education (ACE) Newsletters 3.7.1a
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ACE - General 3.7.1b
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ACE Academic Administration Internship Program 3.7.1c
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Association of American Colleges (AAC) 3.7.2
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MPC Corporation 3.7.3
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 3.7.4 Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU) 133.7.4a-3.7.4b
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Pennsylvania Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 3.7.5
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Regional Council on International Education (RCIE) 3.7.7
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University Health Center (UHC) - General 3.7.8a
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UHC Committee Meeting Minutes 3.7.8b
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UHC Executive Committee 3.7.8c
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UHC Administrators' Committee, Health Deans Planning Meeting 3.7.8d
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UHC Committee on Maternal-Child Care 3.7.8e
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UHC Central Laundry Management Committee 143.7.8f
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UHC Board of Trustees 3.7.8g
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Ambulatory Care Committee 3.7.8h-3.7.8i
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Pitt/CMU Joint Proposal, Institute for Health Policy 3.7.8j
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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 3.7.9
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American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) 3.7.10
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Women's Association of the University of Pittsburgh 3.7.13

Series  3.8. Chancellor's Staff Meetings, 1973-1974 

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Meeting Minutes 3.8
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Memoranda and Staff 3.8.1

Series  3.9. Advisory Council on Women's Opportunities (ACWO), 1973-1974 

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“Items of Interest" from the Women's Studies Office, April 19, 1974 3.9

Series  3.10. Affirmative Action, 1973-1974 

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Correspondence and Report 3.10.

Title IX Guidelines; Equal Employment Opportunity Protest; Proposed Regulations, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, October 25, 1973; and Affirmative Action Planning Format for Provost's Area.

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1973-1974 

Series  4.0. Administration and Planning - General, 1973-1974 

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Faculty Club Liquor License and General State Authority 4.0a

General State Authority (GSA): Psychology Building (No. GSA 1103-18); School of Engineering Building (No. GSA 1103-9); Engineering/Science Building, Johnstown (GSA 1103-26); Professional Quadrangle, October 8, 1973; School of Law, (GSA 1103-13); Forbes Field Complex (GSA 1103-13); Laboratory Building, Bradford (GSA 1103-20); School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions Building (GSA 1102-23); Meeting in Harrisburg regarding the Forbes- Bouquet Area, April 5, 1972; and Department of Education letter ordering a moratorium on all new construction, January 18, 1972.

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Forbes Project 4.0b

Forbes Project: Feasibility Report for Renovation of Falk; Purchase/Renovation Forbes Pavilion, February 18, 1974; Oakland Chamber of Commerce Meeting on one-way street parking, January 17, 1974; Oakland/Bouquet Block; Vacating of Pennant Place and Girts Way; ODI Block, Cantini Gallery Identification, October 24, 1973; Relocation of the Department of Black Studies in Forbes-Oakland-Bouquet Complex, July 13, 1973; Architectural Design of the new Ramada Inn in Oakland, March 29, 1973; and Oakland Development Inc., September 26, 1973.

Series  4.1. Vice Chancellor for Operations - Planning and Budget, 1973-1974 

Scope and Content Notes

Budget Guidelines, FY1974-1975; University Policy on the Extracurricular Uses of University Facilities; Space Used on First Floor of Cathedral of Learning; and Historic Landmark status for Cathedral.

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Operations 154.1

Budget Guidelines, FY1974-1975; University Policy on the Extracurricular Uses of University Facilities; Space Used on First Floor of Cathedral of Learning; and Historic Landmark status for Cathedral.

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Planning and Budget 4.1.1

Ruskin Apartments changed to Medical Residence Hall, April 26, 1974; Annual Report of the University of Pittsburgh Federal Credit Union, March 18, 1974; Cathedral of Learning designated an historic landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation; Vice Chancellor for Operations is changed to Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance, February 26, 1974; Renovation of Coach's Offices and Weight Room in the Stadium, February 5, 1974; Move of the Chemistry Department, January 15, 1974; Energy Conservation; Webster Hall, November 21, 1973; Members of General Studies Student Cabinet request installation of a public address system for the Tuck Shop; Bellefield Boiler Plant improvement project, June 28, 1973; Special services for the disadvantaged, May 3, 1973; Pitt gains two private zip codes, 15260 and 15261; and Environmental Policy, October 13, 1971. Folders on: Energy & Environment Advisory Group, Registration and Port Authority Transit.

Series  4.2. Finance, 1973-1974 

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Third Term Faculty Compensation and Donation of William H. Rea Home at 5200 Westminster Place 4.2
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Current Year Budget 4.2.1
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Financial Statements 4.2.3

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1973-1974 

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Treasurer - General 4.3

The Fadiman Collection of children's literature, April 30, 1974; Capital Fund Drive for School of Dental Medicine and Capital Campaign for Libraries; Correspondence regarding The Mayflower Apartment Building; Letter to PAT regarding purchase of Car Barn Property by Magee-Woman's Hospital, November 12, 1973; Pymatuning Conservancy, November 5, 1973; Health Center Garage, October 8, 1973; Direct Student Loans, August 6, 1973; and Webster Hall Property, August 1, 1973.

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Registrar 4.3.1
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Enrollments 4.3.1.1a-4.3.1.1c
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Graduation Lists 164.3.1.2a-4.3.1.2c
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Comptroller 4.3.2

Series  4.4. Planning and Budget, 1973-1974 

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Planning and Budget - General 4.4a

Budget Transmittal; Sports Medicine; School of Nursing; Greensburg Proposal; Ford Foundation Venture Fund Program; Genesys Systems; Falk Clinic; and Estimated Impact of Reduction in Federal Spending.

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Budgetary Problems 4.4b
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Steering Committee, Long Range Planning 4.4c
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FAS Budget 174.4d
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Off-Campus Deans Meeting and Steering Committee Meetings 4.4e
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Task Forces and Mission Statements 4.4f
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Ford Foundation-Venture Fund Site Visit 4.4g
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Collective Bargaining 4.4h
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Long Range Objectives 4.4.3
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3-D Meetings (Deans, Directors and Departmental Chairman) 4.4.4

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1973-1974 

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Personnel - General 4.5
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Tenure 4.5.1a

Series  4.8. Computer Center, 1973-1974 

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Memoranda 4.8

Relocation of the Administrative Systems computer in the Computer Center to RIDC, O'Hara Township.

Series  4.9. University Counsel, 1973-1974 

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University Review Board Organization and Responsibilities and Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures 4.9

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1973-1974 

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Dr. John Geise Retirement Reception 5.1
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Office of the Chancellor - General 5.1a
 5.1.1 Condolence Letters 
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Pitt Bicentennial 5.1b
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Protest Letters 5.1c
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Condolence Letters 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters 5.1.2
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Thank You Letters 5.1.2.1
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Congratulation Letters 5.1.2.2
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Invitations Accepted 195.1.3a-5.1.3b
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Invitations Regrets 5.1.4a-5.1.4d
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Invitations Regrets 205.1.4e
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Invitations Extended 5.1.5
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Chancellor's Residence 5.1.7
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Letters of Recommendation 5.1.8
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Statements 5.1.9
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Speeches and Remarks of the Chancellor 5.1.10
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Telegrams 5.1.11
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Public Concern Letters 5.1.12

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1973-1974 

Series  6.1. Public Relations, 1973-1974 

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Public Relations - General 6.1a
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Foundation Reports 216.1b
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Special Gifts to the University, Bernard S. Horne Collection of Anglers 6.1c
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Policies and Procedures on Submission of Grant and Contract Proposals and a Summary of Gifts and Grants 6.1.1a1
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Henry L. Hillman Foundation 6.1.1a2
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Pittsburgh Foundation 6.1.1a3
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Sarah Mellon Scaife Foundation and Cassandra Mellon Henderson 6.1.1a4
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Mrs. Clifford S. Heinz, Howard Heinz Endowment and H.J. Heinz Charitable & Family Trust 6.1.1a5
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Gifts to the University 6.1.1b-6.1.1c
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Gifts to the University 226.1.1d-6.1.1f
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R. K. Mellon Charitable Trusts 6.1.1.1
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National Science Foundation (NSF) 6.1.1.2

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1973-1974 

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Alumni Affairs - General 6.2
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Alumni Giving Fund (AGF) 236.2.1

Series  6.3. Governmental Relations, 1973-1974 

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Meetings, Proposals and Commonwealth Day 6.3
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Correspondence, Newsletters and PSEA Legislation 6.3a
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PSEA Legislation 6.3b
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Commonwealth Relations 6.3.1a
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Snyder Amendment 6.3.1b
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House and Senate Bills 6.3.1c
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Federal Relations 6.3.2
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Local Government Relations 6.3.3a
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City Government Study "Home Rule" 6.3.3b

Series  6.4. American Assembly, 1973-1974 

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American Assembly Reports 6.4

Series  6.5. Office of Cultural and Educational Exchange, 1973-1974 

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Nationality Classrooms 246.5

Series  6.6. News and Publications, 1973-1974 

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Papers of Robert Morris for the University's Participation in the Bicentennial of the American Revolution 6.6
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Department Budget Cuts, January 2, 1974 6.6a
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Carnap Papers 6.6b
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Clippings 6.6.1
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Pitt Releases and Pitt Update 6.6.2
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Pitt News 6.6.3
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FAS Gazette 6.6.4
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Polaris 6.6.5
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Annual Report of the Chancellor 6.6.6
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EDUCOM: Bulletin of Interuniversity Communications Council 6.6.7
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President's Report, Hong Kong Baptist College 6.6.8
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University Times 6.6.9
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Key Magazine 256.6.11

Series  6.8. Office of Urban and Community Services (OUCS), 1973-1974 

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Conference and Reports 6.8

Series  6.9. Office of Special Events, 1973-1974 

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Guest Lists and Invitations for University Functions 6.9

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1973-1974 

Series  7.0. Student Affairs Publications, 1973-1974 

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Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures and  Capabilities for Student Services, Counseling and Placement 7.0.

Series  7.1. Student Affairs - General, 1973-1974 

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Proposals, Policies and Memoranda 7.1a

Saturday Evening Post is sponsoring four scholarships and requests announcements be made; Vice Chancellor A.L. Moye is elected to presidency of the Pennsylvania Association of Student Personnel Administrators; Proposal for the establishment of a Learning Center at Pitt; Homecoming Message from Dr. Posvar, with copy of "Homecoming 1973, Pitt Someplace Special" booklet and invite to annual Student-Alumni Leadership Dinner and Reception, October 24, 1973; A message of welcome from Chancellor Posvar to the Students at the University, July 27, 1973; "Tuition Schedule, FY1974"; "Grade Change Policy"; Proposal for Federal Funding for Special Services for the Disadvantaged, May 3, 1973; and Correspondence regarding Pennsylvania Resident Status.

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Intramural and Recreational Sports 7.1b
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Student Activities 7.1.1.1
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Dean of Admissions and Aid - General 7.1.2a

Booklet, "Student Aid at Pitt"; Observations on the Student Resource Survey; Correspondence regarding Special Services for Disadvantaged Students and Upward Bound; American College Testing Class Profile Report; and Cross-Registration between Pitt, Penn State, University of Pennsylvania, Temple and Community College Presidents.

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Admissions 7.1.2.1
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Student Aid 7.1.2.2
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University Housing 7.1.3a
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Fraternity Housing 7.1.3b

Series  7.2. Organizations, 1973-1974 

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Correspondence 267.2

Correspondence regarding Debating Team with copy of "Rostrum," May 1973; Graduate and Professional Students Association; Chi Omega; Delta Tau Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Interfraternity Council Handbook; Pitt International Club; Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Sigma Lambda; and Lambda Alpha Epsilon.

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Student Affairs Advisory Committee (SAAC) 7.2.2
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Student Government 7.2.3a
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Student Government Presentation 7.2.3b

Series  7.4. Activities, 1973-1974 

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Remarks, Invitation and Correspondence 7.4

Orientation Remarks; An invitation to convene the 1976 national convention of Omicron Delta Kappa to Pitt and Pittsburgh; Commendation letter from Senator Wayne S. Ewing, Senate of Pennsylvania to fraternities and sororities at Pitt for their outstanding "Greek Week Charity Drive" which benefited Muscular Dystrophy Association of America, April 16, 1974.

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Commencement 7.4.1a

A message to the 1974 College Graduates from President Richard M. Nixon; Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski will be speaker at Commencement; Rabbi M. Goldblum, Beth Shalom Synagogue, invited to offer invocation and benediction at commencement; and Commencement scripts and materials.

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Commencement, Short Version 7.4.1b
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Commencement Materials 7.4.1c

Series  7.5. ROTC and Veterans Affairs, 1973-1974 

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Memoranda, Correspondence and Reports 7.5

Establishment of Office of Veterans' Affairs at Pitt, September 29, 1973; Maj. T.L. Adams and Capt. J.W. Hawbaker are assigned to Pitt Army ROTC Program, June 3, 1974; and Army ROTC Annual Report, July 1973.

Series  7.7. Office of International Student Services, 1973-1974 

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Reports and Newsletters 7.7

Subgrp  8.0. Miscellaneous, 1973-1974 

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State Board of Education 8.1a-8.1b

Folder 8.1a

Plans for School of General Studies evening adult education courses in North Hills High School; Postsecondary Education, State Correctional Institution at Pittsburgh; and "Redefinition of Missions: The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg and Titusville" with addenda to Greensburg Proposal.

Folder 8.1b

Senate Bill No. 1188 regarding Auditorium and Classroom Building for Johnstown Campus, December 21, 1973; Pennsylvania Department of Education, Office of Higher Education, Bureau of Planning, "Review of the Recommendations of the Master Plan of 1971 and the Status of Their Implementation," December 5, 1973; Pittenger's memo on Sexism in Education; and Dr. James Kelly, Jr., Dean of the School of Education, is the Certification Officer and Contact Person for the University.

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State Board of Education - Residency 278.1c
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State Board of Education - Regionalization 8.1d
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State Board of Education - Open College 8.1e
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State Board of Education - Moratorium 8.1f
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State Board of Education - Dr. Marvin Wachman, Temple University 8.1g
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State Board of Education - Tri-State Area School Study Council 8.1h
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State Board of Education - Commonwealth Universities Meeting at Penn State University, July 31, 1973 8.1i
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Day Care Center 8.2

Dean Anne Pascasio, School of Health Related Professions, recommends continuation of the baccalaureate degree program in Child Development and Child Care in SHRP; Contract between Pitt and Department of Public Welfare to provide an additional $55,000 operation during FY 1974-75; and Arsenal Family and Children's Center.

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Board of Visitors 8.3
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Citizenship Information Center (C.I.C) 8.4
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Black Studies 8.5
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) 288.6
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International Studies Association (ISA) 8.7
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Penn Southwest 8.8
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Committee on Economic Development (CED) 8.9
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Penn State, Temple and Penn 8.12
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Carnegie-Mellon, Duquesne, Point Park, Robert Morris, Carlow, and Chatham 8.13

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Recordgrp  VIII. Academic Year 1974/75 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1974-1975 

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1974-1975 

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Accreditation Report and Visit 11.2

Series  1.3. Provost, 1974-1975 

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Provost - General 1.3a

Research Funded by NASA, June 20, 1975; Awards and Proposals, Department of Transportation, June 2, 1975; Research Councils; Fees for depositing dissertations with University Microfilms, May 7, 1975; Waiver of overhead on cable TV feasibility study for (Pittsburgh) Mayor Flaherty, April 25, 1975; Howard Pyle Safety Research Fellowship; Distribution of Research Development Fund to Schools and Departments; Fulbright-Hays lecturing and research awards 1976-1977, March 4, 1975; Fellowships for Pitt graduates, with particular reference to the Rhodes, February 18, 1975; Ethnic Heritage Studies Center Bill (S.B.1618), January 27, 1975; University Regulations for Graduate Study; Tuition Scholarships for Graduate Students; Sabbatical Leave Procedure, February 25, 1974; and Guidelines for administration of the Research Development Fund.

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Policies and Proposals 1.3b

Faculty Handbook, 1974; Resolution on Faculty and Student Participation in the Budget Process; University RA/TF/GSA Policy Statement; and Overhead Charges on Research Grants and Contracts.

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Graduate Faculty, Quality Teaching and Research Development Fund 1.3c
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University Council on Early Childhood Programs 1.3d

Series  1.4. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1974-1975 

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Correspondence, Press Releases and Memoranda 1.4a

Marcia Landy, English Associate Professor, named Danforth Awardee; Project Right Start; Booklet, "Allegheny Observatory"; FAS Budget Reduction, June 2, 1975; Dr. Marina Whitman to Receive Three Honorary Degrees; Pittsburgh Foundation grant to support a symposium to be held at the Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology; National Science Foundation congratulates Professor Paul Dowd, Chemistry, on proposals submitted to NSF, April 1975; Reception in honor of Dr. David Halliday upon his retirement from faculty of Physics Department, April 22, 1975; Cancellation of the University of Pittsburgh Program in France at Rouen; Part-Time faculty members of English Department, April 14, 1975; and English Composition Program at Pitt, April 7, 1975.

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Reports, Memoranda and Correspondence 1.4b

FAS, Full Time Faculty, December 5, 1974; Possibility of celebration in memory of 50th anniversary of Eleonora Duse's death; Heinz Chair in International Economics, October 18, 1974; Professor C.K. Yang to be awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws Degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong; Dr. Bruce C. Hapke to be honored by NASA for his contributions to the Mariner Venus/Mercury project, August 16, 1974; FAS, Research Expenditures; Annual Report of Academic Activities for the 1973-1974 Academic Year submitted by Nicholas Rescher; and John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships 1975.

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Board of Visitors, Committee on Quality Education and "Steel City" Speech and Theatre Arts 21.4c
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American Experience Program 1.4d
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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 1.4.1
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Graduate Programs 1.4.2

Distribution of graduate degrees by School at Pitt and by student's undergraduate institution, March 25, 1975, and Two reports from Dean E. Baranger: "Statistics on the number of women admitted into FAS receiving masters and doctoral degrees" and "Attrition in graduate school," September 20, 1974.

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School of General Studies (SGC) 1.4.3

Administration of Justice Program; Suspending plans to offer additional courses in North Hills of Allegheny County; Night classes at Robert Morris College; and Board of Visitors.

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business (GSB), 1974-1975 

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GSB - General 1.5a

Dr. Gerald Zaltman will become the first permanent Albert Wesley Frey Professor of Marketing at Pitt and the KAMA Program for Top Management of the KAMA River Foundry Division, prepared for the Swindell-Dressier Co. to train managers in KAMA Foundry Division in Soviet Union.

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Pamphlets, Alumni Newsletters, Board of Visitors and President Gerald Ford's Speech at Ohio State University 1.5b

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1974-1975 

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School of Education - General 1.6a

Appointment of Division Chairpersons with copy of "Responsibilities of Division Chairpersons, Reorganization and Structure," October 26, 1974, and Board of Visitors.

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Reports and Second Annual Paul Masoner International Lecture 1.6b

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1974-1975 

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Board of Visitors, Announcements and Correspondence 31.7

Correspondence between Mrs. George M. Bevier and the University regarding the Bevier Endowment Funds for Engineering; Invitation for Dean Max Williams from UP Johnstown to attend the Convocation for the 1975 class, which includes for the first time the engineering technology students; Former Dean of Engineering, Dr. H.E. Hoelscher will return to Pitt as a School-of-Engineering Professor; Tsung Wei Sze, Ph. D., named Director of School of Engineering's Biomedical Engineering Program, January 7, 1975; Pitt Reactivates Mining Engineering Program; Ninth Gwilym A. Price Lecture, Dr. James C. Fletcher of National Aeronautics and Space Administration, September 27, 1974; Proposal for a Master's Degree Program in Energy Resources, July 25, 1975; Proposal for a Graduate Program Leading to a Masters Degree in Engineering Administration; and Board of Visitors.

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1974-1975 

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Board of Visitors, Reports and Announcements 1.8

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1974-1975 

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GSLIS - General 1.9a

Elizabeth Nesbitt Room; GSLIS Reaccreditation; and GSLIS Senate Meetings.

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"Directory of Information Services," Reports and Board of Visitors 1.9b

Series  1.10. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), 1974-1975 

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GSPIA - General 1.10a

Pittsburgh Regional Planning Association is requested to undertake the development of a Land Use Atlas for the "Civic Oakland" area in Pittsburgh with Land Use Atlas Proposal; Appointment of Leon Haley as Academic Associate Dean; Status Report on GSPIA from John Funari; Merger of the Institute of Urban Policy Administration (IUPA) and the Institute for Training and Development (ITD) into a New Public Service Institute (PSI); GSPIA Reorganization, December 13, 1973; and Final Report, "The Pittsburgh Renaissance Project: The Stanton Belfour Oral History Collection."

Board of Visitors and Dr. James I. Coffey an Arms Control 

Series  1.11. Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW), 1974-1975 

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Academic Review Policy, Sydney A. Teller Memorial Lecture, Board of Visitors and Report on the Development of a Student Evaluation Teaching Scale 1.11

Series  1.12. Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), 1974-1975 

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Correspondence, Announcements and Board of Visitors 1.12

Series  1.13. Space Research Coordination Center (NASA), 1974-1975 

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NASA Projects and Fred Kaufman and the SRCC 1.13

Series  1.14. Health Professions, 1974-1975 

Subseries  1.14. Health Related Professions - General 

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Announcements, Correspondence and Memoranda 41.14

Space for the Office of the Vice Chancellor, Health Professions/President, University Health Center of Pittsburgh; Nathan Stark correspondence relating to appointment as Vice Chancellor for Health Professions; National Academy of Sciences forum on research with human subjects, December 16, 1974; and "The School of Medicine of the University of Pittsburgh and the University Health Center of Pittsburgh: A Proposal Submitted to the Committee on the Health Professions of the Board of Trustees of the University of Pittsburgh," March 1974.

Subseries  1.14.1. School of Medicine 

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Correspondence, Announcements and Press Releases 1.14.1a

Dr. Gerhard Werner is named Dean; Navajo Health Program; Recruiting black students from CAS to the School of Medicine; Dr. Bernard Fisher, Pitt School of Medicine and USABP Protocol No. 4, NCI-Informed Consent Procedure; and Report on the Activities of the Protein Research Laboratory.

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Publications and Reports 1.14.1b

School of Medicine, Planning, 1975-1980; Awarding of Diplomas, May 29, 1974; and Annual Report, School of Medicine, 1973-1974.

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Board of Visitors, Veterans Administration Faculty Status and Ad-hoc Committee on Medical Affairs 1.14.1c
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Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic (WPIC) 1.14.1.1

WPIC will dedicate the John Merck Unit for Emotionally Disturbed/Mentally Retarded Children; WPIC Minutes of Medical Advisory Committee Meeting, June 27, 1974; and Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Governors of WPIC, April 30, 1975.

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Executive Committee, Faculty of Medicine 1.14.1.2

Subseries  1.14.2. Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) 

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Report, Testimony and Board of Visitors 1.14.2

"Statement of Herschel E. Griffin, M.D., Dean, GSPH, University of Pittsburgh, before the Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution, Committee on Public Works, U.S. Senate, April 22, 1974" and GSPH Board of Visitors.

Subseries  1.14.3. School of Dental Medicine 

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Announcements, Reports, Board of Visitors and Advisory Committee to the Chancellor 1.14.3

French Orthodontic Reception; Professor W. Harry Archer, Jr.; Mouth guards are made for Pitt Panthers, September 1974; American Cancer Society to cooperate with Dental Medicine in the recent program for the early detection of oral cancer, July 29, 1974; and Responses to Accreditation Recommendations of January 1972 Site Visit.

Subseries  1.14.4. School of Pharmacy 

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Board of Visitors and Continuing Education Program 51.14.4

Subseries  1.14.5. School of Nursing 

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Board of Visitors, Faculty and Registered Nurses Pilot Program 1.14.5

Subseries  1.14.6. School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) 

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Board of Visitors, Early Childhood Programs and Reports 1.14.6

Series  1.15. Regional Campuses, 1974-1975 

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Regional Campuses - General 1.15

Associate Degree Proposals for Bradford and Titusville, June 10, 1975, and Architecture and Construction at Branch Campuses, April 4, 1973.

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Bradford (UPB) 1.15.1
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Greensburg (UPG) 1.15.2
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Johnstown (UPJ) 1.15.3
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Titusville (UPT) 1.15.4

Series  1.16. International Programs, 1974-1975 

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International Programs - General 1.16a

"A Proposal for the Establishment of an Educational Opportunity Program: A Vietnamese Program"; Dr. Keith A. McDuffee named chairperson of Hispanic Language & Literature and Dr. Jane G. Harris named chairperson of Slavic Language & Literature; Russian and East European Studies Program correspondence about Soviet Visitors, May 5, 1975; Ethnic Heritage Studies Center; The Inter-University Centre of Post Graduate Studies at Dubrovnik, March 24, 1975); Fulbright-Hays/NDEA-VI Programs; German Marshall Fund of the U.S. approved grant to Pitt for support of Council for European Studies, January 6, 1975; and Venezuela Ayacucho Scholarships.

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Japan Iron & Steel Foundation Gift, Harold H. Kitchens and Visit of Edvard Gierek of Poland 61.16b
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Council for European Studies; Russian and East European Studies; Asian Studies; Latin American Studies; European Studies Newsletter; and Committee on East Asian Libraries Newsletter 1.16c
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University Center for International Studies (UCIS) 1.16.1a
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UCIS Collaborative Development Proposal with Bu-Ali University in Iran and Arms Control 1.16.1b

Series  1.17. Urban Programs, 1974-1975 

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Reports 1.17a

"Cable Communications in the City of Pittsburgh, Report of a Preliminary Investigation," University Center for Urban Research, February 1974; Clean Community Association; and Reports Published by the University-Unban Interface Program.

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Hudon - Institute Correspondence 1.17b
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Booklets 1.17c

"A Decade of Urban Police Problems," "A New Direction for the Urban University," "The Urban Institute Annual Report, 1974," and "A New Look in Urban Universities."

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Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) 71.17.1

Series  1.18. Research Programs, 1974-1975 

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"Cycles" 1.18

Subgrp  2.0. Athletics, 1974-1975 

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Director of Athletics 2.1

John Major serving on the instructional staff of the National Football Clinic in 1975 ; Presentation by Dr. Posvar of All American Awards, March 28, 1975; Recognition for "Outstanding Athlete of the Year," March 21, 1975; and Athletics Board of Visitors.

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Pitt Golden Panthers, Panther Foundation and Varsity Lettermen 2.2
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Basketball and Track and Field 2.3

Charles G. (Buzz) Ridl resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Pitt, May 31, 1975; Letter from Vee S. Toner about Arthur C. Toner, Jr., Memorial Award, May 15, 1975; and Supportive letter of Track Coach James Banner, April 2, 1974.

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Football 2.4

Thank you letter from John Majors regarding improving the facilities in the stadium, especially the working area and the coaches dressing room area, October 18, 1974; The National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame; and "Description for Head Football Recruiting Position" Paper.

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University Band 2.5

Mr. Donald E. Hower resigns as Assistant Professor of Music effective at the end of the 1973-1974 academic year in order to become the Director of Bands and Lecturer in the Department of Music with principal appointment under the Department of Athletics. Memorandum of Understanding, University Band, July 16, 1974.

Subgrp  3.0. University Boards, Committees, and Memberships, 1974-1975 

Series  3.0. University Boards, Committees, and Memberships - General, 1974-1975 

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World Affairs Council (WAC), Stephen Foster Memorial, Heinz Chapel, Chaplains' Association, Tercentenary and MIT Visiting Committee 3.0a
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Foundation for Study of Cycles, University Blood Donor Club, Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs, World Society for Ekistics and the University of Pittsburgh Board of Visitors 3.0b

Series  3.1. Board of Trustees, 1974-1975 

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Board of Trustees - General 83.1a

Chancellor's Report to the Board of Trustees, April 17, 1975; Policy on the Establishment of Additional Nationality Rooms and Other Similar Classrooms in the Cathedral of Learning, April 10, 1975, with policy statement; Industrial Security Clearance, January 16, 1975; Personal Security Clearance for Trustees, December 23, 1974; and Revision of Proposed By-Law Amendment on Indemnification.

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Policies, Committees and Statements 3.1b

Proposed Policy, Institutional Memberships, November 26, 1974; Standing Committees; Financial Report; and Resolutions.

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Meetings and Chancellor's Remarks 3.1c
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Leon Falk, Jr. Dinner; AGB Reports and Awards; and Acts 161, 175 and 201 3.1d
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Policy Statements, Booklets and Outside Inaugurals 3.1e
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Bicentennial 93.1f
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NEH Bicentennial Proposal and Board of Visitors 3.1g
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Academic Integrity 3.1h
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Grievance Procedures and Associate Degree Proposal 3.1i
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By-Laws Committee 3.1.1
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Budget-Audit Committee 3.1.2
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Libraries Committee 3.1.3
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Student Affairs Committee 3.1.4
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Committee on Health Professions 103.1.5
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Executive Committee 3.1.6
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Facilities Committee 3.1.7
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Investment Committee 3.1.9
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Mission Statement (Ad Hoc Committee) 3.1.10
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Academic Affairs Committee 3.1.11
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Nominations Committee 3.1.12

Series  3.2. Advisory Boards, 1974-1975 

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Bradford 113.2.1
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Greensburg 3.2.2
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Johnstown 3.2.3
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Titusville 3.2.4

Series  3.3. Council of Deans and Administrators' Meetings, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence and Meetings 3.3

Series  3.4. Senate Council, 1974-1975 

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Chancellor's Reports and Remarks 3.4a
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Senate Council Meetings 3.4b

Series  3.5. University Senate, 1974-1975 

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Committees, Meetings and Reports 3.5a
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Plant Utilization and Planning; Tenure and Academic Freedom; Admissions and Student Aid; Budget Policies; and Commonwealth and Community Relations 3.5b
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Computer Usage; Educational Policies; Library; Organization and Procedures; and Senate Athletic Committee 3.5c
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External Studies Program (UESP) 123.5.1
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University Athletic Committee (UAC) 3.5.2

Series  3.6. Official Memberships, 1974-1975 

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World Society for Ekistics 3.6
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National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC) 3.6.0a
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NASULGC Circular Letters 3.6.0b
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NASULGC Committee on Urban Problems 3.6.0.0.

Notes from Meeting of NASULGC Committee on Urban Problems, Denver, November 12, 1973; Some Observations on the University and Urban Affairs by Dr. Posvar, October 10, 1973; and Charge to the Committee on Urban Affairs Problems of the NASULGC, 1973.

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Allegheny Conference on Community Development (ACCD) 3.6.1

World's Fairs; Allegheny County Mass Transit; and Meetings of the ACCD Executive Committee

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Pittsburgh Convention and Visitors Bureau 3.6.4
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Pittsburgh Symphony Board 3.6.5
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Presbyterian University Hospital Board 133.6.6
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Regional Industrial Development of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) 3.6.7
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WQED Board of Directors and Committees 3.6.9
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University Review Board (URB) 3.1.10.
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Health Research and Services Foundation (HRSF) 3.6.14

Series  3.7. Institutional Memberships, 1974-1975 

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American Council on Education (ACE) 3.7.1a
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ACE, Higher Education and National Affairs 3.7.1b
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American Association of Colleges (AAC) 3.7.2
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MPC Corporation 3.7.3

Description and reports of the MPC Corporation (Mellon Institute, University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Institute of Technology).

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Pennsylvania Association of Colleges & Universities (PACU) 143.7.4
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Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) 3.7.5a
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PCHE Meetings 3.7.5b
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Regional Council for International Education (RCIE) 3.7.7
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University Health Center (UHC) 3.7.8a
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UHC, Presbyterian-University Hospital 3.7.8b
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UHC, Board of Trustees 153.7.8c
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UHC Committee Meeting Minutes 3.7.8d
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American Association of University Professors (AAUP) 3.7.9
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American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) 3.7.10
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American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) 3.7.12
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Women's Association of the University of Pittsburgh 3.7.13
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Association of American Universities (AAU) 3.7.14
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National Council of Christians and Jews (NCCJ) 3.7.15
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Committee on Urban Public Universities (CUPU) 3.7.16

Series  3.8. Chancellor's Staff Meetings, 1974-1975 

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Meetings, Reports and Memoranda 3.8

Series  3.9. University Committee on Women's Rights, 1974-1975 

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Equality, Women's Day and Women's Center 163.9

Series  3.10. Affirmative Action, 1974-1975 

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Affirmative Action - General 3.10a

Enrollment data by sex and race, Compliance Report under Titles VI and IX, June 13, 1975; The Pittsburgh NAACP; Alleged Racism of Campus Police, March 19, 1975; Affirmative Action Proposal for University of Pittsburgh prepared by the Office of Urban and Community Services; and Title IX, February 21, 1975.

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Faculty of Arts and Sciences Affirmative Action Committee and the Department of Psychology's Affirmative Action Goals and Program for Graduate Students 3.10b
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University Affirmative Action Committee 3.10c

Subgrp  4.0. Administration and Planning, 1974-1975 

Series  4.0. Administration and Planning - General, 1974-1975 

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Forbes-Oakland Project and General State Authority 4.0.

Series  4.1. Vice Chancellor of Operations, 1974-1975 

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Memoranda 4.1

Conference Use of Facilities at UP Johnstown, January 11, 1975; Emil Foerster Family Portrait will be returned to storage; Commuter lounge space in the Cathedral of Learning, January 20, 1975; Capital Projects, Repairs and Renovations Budget, December 11, 1974; Heating in Salk Hall, December 10, 1974; Use of Mervis Hall, December 4, 1974; Enforce "no smoking" regulations in the University, especially the Nationality Rooms, November 20, 1974; Christmas Trees and Christmas Decorations, November 14, 1974; Utility Costs; and Frick School playground.

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Planning and Budget Correspondence and Memoranda 4.1.1a

Landscaping Parking Lots; Neville Island Property; The University Shop, June 25, 1975); Tuck Shop, April 22, 1975; Carlow College Land, April 3, 1975; Armstrong Cork Study, Pittsburgh Plant, March 7, 1975; Evans Property; Historical Markers, February 28, 1975; University Property in Oakland; The Gimbel Art Collection; and The Croghan-Schenley Room, February 11, 1975.

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Planning and Budget Correspondence and Reports 4.1.1b

Emergency Care of Pitt Stadium; Disposal of Oakland-Atwood Apartments and Neville Island Property; Renovation and Space Recovery at Allegheny Observatory, December 13, 1974; Radiation Safety Office, Report of 1974 Activities; Campus Police Department, August 30, 1974; and Schenley Quadrangle Buildings.

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Port Authority Transit, Disadvantaged Contracting and Energy and Environment Advisory Committee 174.1.1c

Series  4.2. Finance, 1974-1975 

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Stadium Projects 4.2

Series  4.3. Treasurer, 1974-1975 

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Treasurer - General 4.3
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Registrar 4.3.1
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Enrollments 4.3.1.1
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Comptroller 4.3.2

Series  4.4. Planning and Budget, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence and Reports 4.4a

Includes long range planning, Black student enrollment, Genesys System, Planning and Resource Management System (PRMS); and Collective Bargaining.

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Reports and Statements 4.4b
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Budget and Appropriation 4.4c
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Reports 184.4d
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Collective Bargaining 4.4e-4.4g
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Fact Book, Mission Statement and Management Information Systems Advisory Committee 4.4h
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Long Range Objectives 4.4.3

Series  4.5. Personnel, 1974-1975 

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Personnel - General 4.5
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Honors and Awards 4.5.1b
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Positions Available 194.5.1c

Series  4.7. Security, 1974-1975 

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Campus Police Hiring and Late-Hour Security for Students 4.7

Series  4.8. Computer Center, 1974-1975 

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Flyers and Proposals 4.8

Subgrp  5.0. Office of the Chancellor, 1974-1975 

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General Guidelines for the Management and Operation of the Chancellor's Office 5.0.
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Chancellor's Office - General 5.1
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Condolence Letters 5.1.1
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Courtesy Letters 5.1.2
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Thank You Letters 5.1.2.1
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Congratulations 205.1.2.2
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Invitations Accepted 5.1.3
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Invitations, Regrets 5.1.4
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Invitations Extended 5.1.5
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Chancellor's Residence 215.1.7

Landmark Plaques, May 13, 1975, and Security.

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Statements 5.1.9
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Speeches 5.1.10
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Telegrams 5.1.11

Subgrp  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs, 1974-1975 

Series  6.0. Program Development and Public Affairs - General, 1974-1975 

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Gifts to the University, Blood Donations and Installation of Building Signs 6.0.

Series  6.1. Public Relations, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence and Proposals 6.1

Jane Thompson Cobbe Scholarship Fund; Retirements of Kurtzman and Halliday; Henry Koerner; Frick School playground, July 1974; Lauren H. Ashe Bequest; Willis Schug Bequest; and Dr. W. Harry Archer.

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Summary of Gifts and Grants 6.1.1a-6.1.1b
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Gifts Given by Business Firms, Foundations and Private Individuals 226.1.1c-6.1.1f
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Gifts From Alcoa Foundation, The Pittsburgh Foundation, Hillman Foundation and A.W. Mellon Charitable and Educational Trust 6.1.1g
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Gifts from Richard M. Scaife, Richard King Mellon Foundation, Sarah Mellon Scaife Foundation and Gulf Oil Foundation 6.1.1h

Series  6.2. Alumni Affairs, 1974-1975 

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Alumni Affairs - General 6.2

Anthony A. Martin Receives Alumnus Award and Thank you letter to Dr. Posvar for attending the 1st Black Alumni Convocation Reception and Dinner, October 19, 1974.

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Annual Giving Fund (AGF) 6.2.1
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Dollars That Make the Difference 236.2.2a
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Dollars That Make the Difference Weekly Reports 6.2.2b
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Dollars That Make the Difference, Library Committee and Corporate Giving 6.2.2c
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Capital Campaign 6.2.3

Series  6.3. Governmental Relations, 1974-1975 

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Governmental Relations - General 6.3a
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Office of Commonwealth Research and Services and Commonwealth and Governmental Relations Office Newsletters 6.3b
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Commonwealth Relations 6.3.1a
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The Sunshine Law 246.3.1b
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Buckley Amendment 6.3.1c
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Federal Relations 6.3.2a
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Pamphlets from Federal Government Departments 6.3.2b
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Local Government Relations 6.3.3

Series  6.5. Office of the Cultural & Educational Exchange, 1974-1975 

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Nationality Rooms 6.5

Classroom information; Policy on the Establishment of Additional Nationality Rooms and Other Similar Classrooms in the Cathedral of Learning, April 10, 1975; Biographical Data on Louis Kahn for purpose of consulting on Israel Room plan; Final Report on Project Afghanistan III; Polish Commemorative Plates, November 20, 1974; and 1975 Scholarships for Summer Study Abroad.

Series  6.6. News and Publications, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence 6.6
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Clippings 6.6.1
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Pitt Releases and Pitt Updates 6.6.2
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Pitt News 256.6.3
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FAS Gazette 6.6.4
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Annual Report of the Chancellor 6.6.6
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EDUCOM 6.6.7
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University Times 6.6.9
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Key Magazine 6.6.10

Series  6.7. University Press, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence, Flyers and Publications 6.7

Series  6.8. Office of Urban and Community Services (OUCS), 1974-1975 

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Correspondence and Reports 6.8

Series  6.9. Office of Special Events, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence 6.9

Subgrp  7.0. Student Affairs, 1974-1975 

Series  7.1. Student Affairs - General, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence, Statement and Booklets 7.1

ODK Walk and the ODK Man of the Year; Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act; Renovation of the Student Union and a request to exhibit the Gimbel Art Collection; Intramural and Recreational Sports, September 20, 1974; Appointment of Committee on Student Rights and Responsibilities; Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures, effective September 1974.

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Admissions and Aid 267.1.2a
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"Federal Student Assistance - A Review of Title IV of the Higher Education Act," April 1975 7.1.2b
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Admissions 7.1.2.1
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Student Aid 7.1.2.2
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University Housing 7.1.3

Series  7.2. Organizations, 1974-1975 

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Booklets and Proposal 7.2

Includes William Pitt Debating Team and Concert Tour of Mexico by the Men's Glee Club.

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Intercultural House 7.2.1
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Fraternities and Sororities 7.2.2

Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Sigma Lambda; and Beta Gamma Sigma.

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Student Government 7.2.3

Series  7.4. Activities, 1974-1975 

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Campus Activities 7.4

Students Against Rising Tuition; Greek Week 1975; Anti-Litter Campaign rally, April 4, 1975; Parents Weekend, Fall 1974; Freshman Fall Weekend, September 6-8, 1974; New Student Reception; and Student Union reservations.

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Commencement 7.4.1

Letter from President Gerald R. Ford; Commencement, April 27, 1975; Final Guest List; Program Script; Order of Academic Procession, Platform Party; and Dr. James Hester, President New York University, will be speaker at Commencement, with final guest list for dinner honoring Dr. & Mrs. James Hester.

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Homecoming 7.4.2

Series  7.5. ROTC and Veterans Affairs, 1974-1975 

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Correspondence and Announcements 277.5

Series  7.6. Scholarships and Awards, 1974-1975 

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Rhodes Competition and Chancellor's Scholars 7.6

Series  7.7. International Student Services, 1974-1975 

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Foreign Student Admissions Counselor and Correspondence 7.7

Subgrp  8.0. Miscellaneous, 1974-1975 

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Pittsburgh NAACP, Southwestern Pennsylvania Higher Education Council and Tri-State School Study Council 8.0.
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State Board of Education 8.1a
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Biennial Report to the Governor and General Assembly and Meetings of the Board of State College and University Directors and the State Board of Education 8.1b
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Administrative Salary Data and Commonwealth Universities 8.1c
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Higher Education Circulars, Residency, Open University and Task Force Two Year Report on Secondary Education in Pennsylvania 8.1d
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Day Care Center 288.2
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Citizenship Information Center 8.3
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Black Studies 8.4

Sit-in of Black Studies personnel and students; Correspondence and handwritten notes regarding Curtiss Porter; and Quarterly Report, University of Pittsburgh/United Black Front Office of Minority Enterprise, August 1-October 31, 1974.

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Quarterly Narrative Report, University of Pittsburgh/United Black Front Office of Minority Enterprise and Correspondence Regarding Curtiss Porter 8.4a
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International Studies Association (ISA) 8.5a
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ISA Publications 8.5b
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ISA: Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section 8.5c
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Carnegie-Mellon/ Point Park/ Chatham/ Robert Morris/ Duquesne 8.7
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Carnegie-Mellon/Pitt, Potential Collaboration of Computer and Library Facilities 8.7.1
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Signage 8.1

New Pitt Crest and Logo.

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Energy Research and Resources Institute Proposal 8.11
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Pennsylvania State University 8.12

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Recordgrp  IX. Academic Year 1975/76 

Subgrp  1.0. Academic Programs, 1975-1976 

Series  1.2. Middle States Evaluation, 1975-1976 

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Memoranda and Reports 11.2

Series  1.3. Provost, 1975-1976 

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Provost - General 1.3

New Fringe Benefit Rate, June 18, 1976; Resignation of Dr. Edward Joseph Shoben; Establishment of University Research Council; Study of Libraries; Full Time Faculty Statistics; and University Policy on Indirect Cost Rates on Commonwealth Sponsored Projects.

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Policies, Proposals and Reports 1.3b

Sabbatical Leave and Leave of Absence; University TA/TF/GSA Policy Statement; Internship Program Development in Higher Education; Observations and Commentary for Advisory Committee to the Chancellor on Termination of Faculty Member for Cause; and Proposal to Establish an Office of Research.

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Faculty Survey, Research Development Fund and New Faculty - New Non-Faculty 1.3c
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Labor, Management, Hart Case, Patents and National Science Foundation 1.3d

Series  1.4. Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), 1975-1976 

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FAS Correspondence and Announcements 1.4a

Meeting with Dr. W.E. Wallace, Chemistry Department; Urban Studies Program; and Professor Walter Hovey on Funds for the Fine Arts Department, February 17, 1976, with Potential Fine Arts Department Endowment by Helen Clay Frick.

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FAS Reports, Statements and Announcements 1.4b

Self-Initiated External Evaluations of Department and Programs; Annual Report of Academic Activities for the 1974-1975 Academic Year submitted by Nicholas Rescher, Philosophy; Membership for Pitt in the Institute of European Studies; and FAS renovation project in Clapp-Langley-Crawford Halls.

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FAS Studies and Papers 21.4c

Consolidation of the Life Sciences; Merger of Academic Departments, Department of Mathematics to be named the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and Merger of Astronomy and Physics Departments into a single Department of Physics and Astronomy; Modern Languages; Questions for the committee on infraction among our literature departments; and Long Range Planning Statement.

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FAS Board of Visitors, Sam Danishefsky (Chemistry), Robert Qualters (Fine Arts), American Political Science Review and Committee on Quality Education 1.4d
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FAS Letters of Thanks and Commendation, "Steel City" Drama (Theatre Department), and Meadowcroft Dig in Avella, PA 1.4e
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FAS Slavic Department and American Experience Program 1.4f
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College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) 1.4.1

Undergraduate Advisors, December 1, 1975, and Proposed honors program for undergraduates (Honors College).

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Graduate Programs 1.4.2
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School of General Studies 1.4.3

Policies and Procedures with Comments on the University Affirmative Action Committee's Proposed Policies; Pre-Credit Tuition for Part-Timers; Calculating Part-Time Tuition; Policy on Off-Campus Programs for the University of Pittsburgh, December 18, 1975; Task Force on Proposed Journalism/Telecommunications Major, March 30, 1976; Relations with LaRoche College; Enrollment decrease, August 12, 1975; University External Studies Program; Credit for Academically Relevant Life and Work Experience; College Level Examination Program and Credit Bank; and Veterans.

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School of General Studies Board of Visitors and B.A. Degree Proposal - Federal Executive Board 31.4.3b

Series  1.5. Graduate School of Business, 1975-1976 

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Press Releases, Pamphlets and Announcements 1.5

Use of the University Club by the Management Program for Executives, June 8, 1976; Webster Hall, May 20, 1976; Dr. Posvar Greetings Graduate School of Business, Steel Industry Economics Seminar; Program Chairman in Pitt's Graduate School of Business; The Alex Walker Memorial Lecture, featuring U.S. Treasury Secretary William E. Simon; Senator Julian Bond to attend the 1975 graduation of GSB; Alex Walker Memorial Lecture for 1974 delivered by Dr. Milton Friedman of the University of Chicago; and Executive MBA.

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Administration of Justice M.A. Program 1.5b
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Board of Visitors and Relocation of the School to Mervis Hall 1.5c

Series  1.6. School of Education, 1975-1976 

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Announcements, Reports and Correspondence 1.6a

The possibility of establishing an exchange of faculty members and graduate students between Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR; Degrees awarded in December 1975; Resignation of Bruce J. Noble, Ph.D., Professor of Physical Education and Director of the Human Energy Research Laboratory; and Early Childhood Education Visitation Report, May 8, 1975.

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Progress Report, Division of Teach Development Newsletter, Board of Visitors, Tri-State Area School Study Council, and General Assistance Center on School Desegregation and Conflict 41.6b
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Falk School 1.6.1

Series  1.7. School of Engineering, 1975-1976 

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School of Engineering - General 1.7a

Western Pennsylvania Chapter of Americans for Energy Independence; National Steel Corp. will support a Graduate Fellowship in the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department, May 3, 1976; Faculty Activity Reports and Snyder Amendment Forms, April 19, 1976; School of Engineering renewed attention to Act 101 Program, April 3, 1976; Dedication Ceremony, Johnstown Engineering and Science Building, March 14, 1976; Gulf-Whiteford Energy Chair, January 23, 1976; Dual Level Engineering Accreditation; Dr. Paul Y. Hammond is invited to join the faculty as the Edward R. Weidlein Professor of Environmental & Public Policy Studies, September 25, 1975; Solar Energy; and Tenth Gwilym A. Price Engineering Lecture will be held September 26, 1975, with Mr.Courtland D. Perkins, President of the National Academy of Engineering, delivering the lecture.

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Board of Visitors and "Questionnaire for Review of Engineering Programs at Pitt" 1.7b

Series  1.8. School of Law, 1975-1976 

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Board of Visitors, Law Building Dedication, Mellon Foundation Grant for Distinguished Professorships and Accreditation 1.8

Series  1.9. Graduate School of Library & Information Sciences (GSLIS), 1975-1976 

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Announcements, Reports and Correspondence 1.9a

Immediate concerns of minority students; dedication of the Elizabeth Nesbitt Room; Future Planning for the Library, December 29, 1975; Report of the ALA Committee on the Accreditation on GSLIS; Accreditation on program leading to the degree of Master of Library Science; Dean Galvin Receives Nigerian Appointment; GSLIS Professors on Saudi Arabian Consulting Team; Professor Belzer Consultant in Brazil; and A. Harold Lancour Award.