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Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (E. Jo Baker) Records

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Title: Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (E. Jo Baker) Records
Identification: UA304
Date: 1970-1997 (bulk 1983-1993)
Size/Quantity: 20.2 linear feet (38 document cases and 4 oversize boxes)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Baker, E. Jo, (Ethel Jo)
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:These records consist of the professional papers of E. Jo Baker, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The records document Baker's activities as Associate Vice President, including her involvement with the founding of the President's Scholarship program. The collection also documents her work relating to recruitment, committee work, promotion and tenure, affirmative action, and professional associations.

Biographical/Historical Note

Dr. E. Jo (Ethel Jo) Baker served as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology from 1979 to her retirement in 1993.

E. Jo Baker began her career by receiving a degree from the Atlanta Law School in 1948. Shortly afterwards, she redirected her career to psychology. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia, Master's in general psychology at Emory University in 1960, and doctoral degree in experimental psychology from Emory in 1962. After graduating, she joined the faculty at the Georgia Institute in Technology, and spent the next sixteen years teaching psychology at Georgia Tech.

A major turning point came in 1979 when Baker was given a one-year appointment as Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Georgia Tech. At the time, Academic Affairs was one of five administrative areas (Academic Affairs, Research, Business and Finance, Development and Institute Relations, and Planning), each of which was headed by a Vice President who reported directly to the President of the Institute. By 1979 Baker had become Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, a position she held until her retirement in 1993. By the time Baker retired, under the reorganization of the Institute by President John Patrick Crecine, the office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs had become a part of the office of the Executive Vice President. Later in the 1990s, the Institute's Provost took on the duties of Vice President for Academic Affairs.

During the 1980-1981 academic year, when a family visited Georgia Tech inquiring about a merit scholarship for their high-achieving son, Baker had to explain that no Georgia Tech scholarships based solely on merit were available. As a result she sought to establish merit scholarships at Tech. The Georgia Tech President's Scholarship program, a program designed to attract students with high academic and leadership skills, was established the next year, with Baker as one of the principal founders. A special award honoring Baker's contribution to the founding of the program, the E. Jo Baker Outstanding Presidential Scholar award, was established in 2001.

As Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs several departments came under Baker's direction, including Faculty Services - Tenure and Promotion, Coordination of Research Promotion, Student Services-Super Student Weekend, the National Merit Weekend and many other programs. She also interacted with recruiting programs and various outreach programs, including Futurescape, Summerscape, and summer programs for teachers. Baker participated in and chaired several institutional committees, such as the Honors Program, Residency Appeals and Lecture Series Committees.

Baker belonged to numerous professional organizations and received many honors. In 1972, she was awarded the Georgia Psychological Association Award for Outstanding Contributions. Through her work at Georgia Tech and in the academic community, she earned a national reputation. She held membership in the American Association of University Administrators, the National Association for Institutional Research, and she served on the Board of Directors for the National Physical Science Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities and Women. She also served as a trustee for the Tech Resource Center and the Georgia Tech Athletic Association.


Scope and Content Note

The Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs records include reports, correspondence, and other manuscript material documenting E. Jo Baker's professional activities. The papers contain information on Baker's work with academic departments and scholarships, particularly the President's Scholarship program. General office files consist of manuscripts relating to committee work, advocacy of summer programs at Georgia Tech, promotion and tenure, and professional associations.


Arrangement

This collection is divided into four series (Series 2 and 3 are further subdivided into subseries):

SERIES 1. Academic departments

SERIES 2. Scholarships

SERIES 3. Office files

SERIES 4. Oversize


Index Terms

Baker, E. Jo, (Ethel Jo)
Georgia Institute of Technology. Academic Affairs. Associate Vice President.
Georgia Institute of Technology. President's Scholarship Program.
Manuscripts.
Scholarships--Georgia--Atlanta.
Universities and colleges--United States--Administration.
Women college administrators.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite [Item, Folder Title, Series and Subseries Title,] Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs (E. Jo Baker) Records (UA304), Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

The office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs transferred these papers to the Archives in 2000. Accession #2000.097.

Processing Information

Yolanda Strayhorn processed these papers in October 2006.

Revisions to Finding Aid

March 2010:
  • Finding aid imported into Archivists' Toolkit.

  • Restrictions

    Restrictions: Access

    Series 3, Subseries 3 is restricted, as is part of Series 4. In addition, access to several individual folders in other series is restricted. These are noted in the box-folder list.

    Restrictions: Use

    Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


    Separated Material

    The photographs in this collection have been removed and will be processed separately as VAUA304.


    Other Finding Aids

    A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


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    SERIES 1: Academic departments, 1975-1992.

    0.8 Linear feet (2 document cases)

    Arrangement

    Arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Scope and Content

    Series 1 consists of administrative files relating to specific departments and schools at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Materials in this series include mainly correspondence and reports as well as other documents.

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    11Architecture, 1980-1988
    12Biology, no date
    13Chemical Engineering, 1981-1982
    14Chemistry, 1983
    15Civil Engineering, 1982-1992
    16Electrical Engineering, 1982-1992
    17Industrial and Systems Engineering, 1981-1991
    18Information and Computer Science, 1981-1991
    19Mathematics (RESTRICTED), no date
    110Mechanical Engineering, 1982-1992
    111Modern Languages, 1981-1986

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    21Psychology, 1975-1982
    22Psychology, 1982-1991
    23Physics, 1984-1990
    24School of Management, 1982-1992
    25Social Sciences, 1990-1992
    26Textile Engineering, 1981-1990
     

    SERIES 2: Scholarships, 1982-1993.

    1.2 Linear feet (3 document cases)

    Scope and Content

    The scholarship records in Series 2 are divided into two subseries, the President's Scholarship program and other scholarships associated with the Georgia Institute of Technology or earned by Georgia Tech students. This series documents Baker's close involvement with the President's Scholarship program as well as other scholarships for students.



    Series 2, Subseries 1: President's Scholarship program, 1983-1993

    The President's Scholarship subseries includes correspondence, lists of applicants, and some information regarding the interview process for this scholarship program.

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    31President's Scholarship program (RESTRICTED), 1988-1990
    32President's Scholarship program, 1990
    33President's Scholarship program, 1991
    34President's Scholarship program, 1991
    35President's Scholarship program, 1988-1993
    36President's Scholarship program (RESTRICTED), 1992
    37President's Scholarship program, 1992

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    41President's Scholarship program: Competition, 1983-1986
    42President's Scholarship program: Fleet Scholars, 1987-1992
    43President's Scholarship program: Letters to the non-qualified (RESTRICTED), 1991
    44President's Scholarship program: Recruiting letters (RESTRICTED), no date
    45President's Scholarship program: Seminars, 1987
    46President's Scholarship program: Stationery samples, no date
    47President's Scholarship program: Student problems (RESTRICTED), no date



    Series 2, Subseries 2: Other scholarship programs, 1982-1993

    The material in Subseries 2 includes qualification information, sample applications, and correspondence regarding a variety of scholarship programs. These files were apparently used to match prospective applicants with scholarship opportunities.

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    48AT&T Scholarship, no date
    49AT&T Scholarship (RESTRICTED), 1992
    410Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, 1990-1991
    411Campbell Foundation, 1984-1991
    412Fleet Scholarship, 1992
    413Harry S. Truman Scholarship, 1988-1991
    414Harry S. Truman Scholarship, 1991-1992
    415Margaret Elradi Nevada Scholarship, 1989
    416National Merit Scholarship, 1982-1987

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    51Mercury Seven Foundation Scholarship (RESTRICTED), 1986-1988
    52Mercury Seven Foundation Scholarship (RESTRICTED), 1989-1991
    53Mercury Seven Foundation Scholarship (RESTRICTED), 1992-1993
    54Renaissance Scholarship, 1991-1993
    55Rotary Scholarship, 1988-1992
    56Scholarships: General, 1991
    57St. Andrew's Scholarship, 1982-1988
    58YAMAHA Scholarship: Applications, 1987-1991
     

    SERIES 3: Office files, 1970-1997 [bulk 1984-1993].

    13.2 Linear feet (33 document cases)

    Scope and Content

    Series 3 includes general administrative files, including correspondence, reports, articles, committee notes, and materials from national associations. The materials document Baker's involvement in recruiting programs, committee work, and reappointment, tenure and promotion policy and procedures.



    Series 3, Subseries 1: General administrative files, 1970-1997

    This subseries contains Baker's general administrative files, consisting mainly of correspondence, committee notes, and reports relating to committees and programs under Baker's direction. Highlighted here are materials on the Honors Program, the Pre-Med Committee and numerous other committees, as well as general files on academic programs and structure, graduate and undergraduate recruitment, affirmative action, and campus planning. This subseries also documents her work on faculty development grant program.

    Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

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    61Academic programs, 1986
    62Academic restructuring, 1989-1990
    63Academic Advisory Committee, 1989-1991
    64Academic Affairs, 1978-1992
    65Academic Recognition Day (RESTRICTED), 1987-1993
    66Academic Recognition Day, 1987-1992
    67Academic strategies, 1988
    68Admissions, 1984-1988
    69Affirmative action, 1977-1989
    610Air Force Association and Aerospace Education Foundation, 1989

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    71American Association of University Administrators, 1987
    72American Association of University Professors, 1971-1975
    73American Association of University Professors, 1975-1976
    74American Association of University Professors, 1979-1980
    75American Association of University Presidents: Part-time survey, 1977
    76Annual evaluation of faculty, 1980-1981
    77Annual evaluation of faculty (RESTRICTED), 1980-1981
    78American Association of University Administrators, 1986-1997
    79American Council on Education, 1981-1982
    710Audit: Enrollment management, 1990
    711Auxiliary Services, 1983-1988
    712Battelle, 1982
    713Battelle, 1984
    714Budget explanation, 1992
    715Campus directory, 1990
    716Campus planning, 1991

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    81Campus planning, 1982-1986
    82Case: Professor of the Year, 1986-1988
    83Case: Summer institute in student recruitment, marketing, 1983
    84Case Western Reserve Faculty Handbook, no date
    85Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, 1986-1992
    86Committee on Development, Support and Assessment of Teaching Proficiency, 1986
    87Committee on trends, 1983-1986
    88Corporate Relations Search Committee, 1983-1984
    89Credit applications, 1990-1991

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    91Conference: "Women, Scientists and Engineers Employed in Industry: Why so Few?", 1993
    92Development, 1986-1988
    93Developmental study of the effects of social comparison, no date
    94Director of Undergraduate Recruiting (RESTRICTED), 1984
    95Early retirement, 1981-1982
    96Early retirement, 1983-1990
    97Educom Winter Data Sharing Workshop, 1987
    98Educom Winter Data Sharing Workshop, 1988
    99Executive Recruiting Committee, 1984-1985

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    101Executive Recruiting Committee, 1985-1986
    102Executive Round Table: Student-faculty conference, 1991-1992
    103Faculty development grant, 1981-1982
    104Financial aid, 1988-1989
    105Fulbright teacher exchange, 1985
    106General catalog, 1990-1992
    107General Electric, 1989
    108Georgia General Assembly, 1991
    109General information, 1981-1993
    1010Geophysical Science, 1981
    1011Georgia Society of Professional Engineers, 1987-1992
    1012Georgia State Faculty Handbook, 1987

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    111Georgia Tech Foundation, 1982
    112Georgia Tech Foundation, 1982-1989
    113Georgia Tech Foundation, 1983-1991
    114Georgia Tech Foundation: Grant approval letters, 1983-1986
    115Georgia Tech Foundation check request, 1991-1994
    116Georgia Tech Foundation: Grant proposal deadlines, 1982-1986
    117Georgia Tech Foundation: Grant request forms, 1982-1987
    118Georgia Tech Foundation: Miscellaneous, 1982-1992

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    121Georgia Tech Foundation: Requests for grants, old forms, no date
    122Georgia Tech Foundation: Thank you's from Foundation, 1982-1987
    123Georgia Tech Foundation: Travel grant, 1982-1986
    124Georgia Tech: General, faculty (RESTRICTED), 1982
    125Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), 1982-1992
    126Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), 1986-1993
    127Georgia Tech RETP, 1990
    128Georgia Tech Showcase Program, 1986-1987
    129Georgia Tech YMCA, 1984-1990
    1210Governor's Honor Program, 1983-1991
    1211Graduate program information, 1983-1989
    1212Graduate program information, 1983-1993

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    131Graduate student recruitment, 1980-1984
    132Graduate student recruitment, 1986-1990
    133Graduate student research, 1971-1979
    134Graduate study and research, 1946-1982
    135Heritage School, 1989
    136Hertz Foundation, undated
    137Higher education general information, survey, 1970
    138Higher education general information, survey, 1971
    139Higher education general information, survey, 1972
    1310Higher education general information, survey, 1973

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    141Higher education general information, survey, 1974
    142Higher education general information, survey, 1975
    143Higher education general information, survey, 1976-1977
    144Higher education general information, survey, 1977-1978
    145Higher education general information, survey, 1978-1979
    146Higher education general information, survey (RESTRICTED), 1979-1980
    147Higher education general information, survey, 1979-1980

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    151Higher education general information, survey, 1979/1980
    152Higher education general information, survey, 1981-1982
    153Higher education general information, survey, 1982-1983
    154Higher education general information, survey, 1983-1984
    155Higher education general information, survey, 1984-1985
    156Higher education general information, survey, 1985-1986
    157Honors Program, awards, 1987-1989
    158Honors programs, 1976-1990
    159Honors Program, awards, 1990-1992

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    161Institutional effectiveness, 1989
    162Internal audit, 1991
    163IPED's, 1988-1990
    164Kid's Club newsletters, purchase orders, 1992
    165Lecture Series Committee, 1989-1991
    166Long-range plans, 1983-1985
    167MATE, undated
    168McGraw-Hill Book Company College Division, 1989
    169Memos to Michael Thomas, 1990/1991

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    171National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, 1990
    172National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, 1991
    173National Endowment for Humanities Summer Stipend, 1991-1992
    174National Physical Science Consortium, 1987
    175National Physical Science Consortium, 1988

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    181National Physical Science Consortium, 1989-1991
    182National Science Foundation, 1977
    183National Science Foundation, 1978
    184National Science Foundation, 1979
    185National Science Foundation, 1981-1986

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    191National Science Foundation (RESTRICTED), 1987-1991
    192National Science Foundation, 1992
    193National Science Foundation survey, 1980
    194National Science Foundation survey, 1981
    195National Science Foundation survey, 1982
    196National Science Foundation survey, 1983
    197National Science Foundation survey, 1984
    198National Science Foundation survey, 1985
    199National Science Foundation survey, 1987
    1910New faculty orientation program, 1986

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    201OMED, 1982-1993
    202Optional retirement program, 1990-1991
    203Outstanding Teacher Awards, 1982-1990
    204Payroll, 1982-1988
    205Personnel Affirmative Action issues (RESTRICTED), 1987-1991
    206Phi Kappa Phi, 1989-1993
    207Phi Kappa Phi, 1983-1989

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    211Pipeline Committee, 1989-1992
    212Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review, 1991
    213Pre-Med Committee, 1981-1982
    214Pre-Med Committee, 1983-1999
    215Pre-Med Committee, 1983-1991
    216President's Annual Report, 1981-1991

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    221Price Gilbert Library, 1981-1986
    222Price Gilbert Library, OCS Cogitate electronic file, 1986
    223Price Gilbert Library, 1987-1993
    224Property Movement report, undated
    225Publications, 1989-1992
    226Randolph Macon College, 1986-1987
    227Recruiting, 1986-1987
    228Recruiting, 1988-1990
    229Recruitment, 1980-1984
    2210Quality basic education, 1982

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    231Recruitment, 1985
    232Regent's Professorships, 1979
    233Regent's Professorships (RESTRICTED), 1988
    234Regent's Test (RESTRICTED), 1985-1993
    235Regional University, undated
    236Registrar's long-range planning report, undated
    237Restructuring, 1989-1990
    238Ridgeview Institute, 1992
    239Risk management guide, 1985
    2310Risk management guide, normal="1990" era="ce" calendar="gregorian">1990
    2311Robert H. Ferst, undated
    2312Reserve Officer Training Corps, 1987
    2313Reserve Officer Training Corps (RESTRICTED), 1982-1984
    2314SACS, 1980-1983
    2315SACS, 1984
    2316SACS, 1985

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    241SACS, 1986
    242SACS, 1987
    243Safety, 1991
    244Sexual harassment, 1980-1981
    245Sexual harassment, 1983-1991
    246SIFT, 1992
    247State Agenda Task Force, 1985

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    251Student data element dictionary, undated
    252Student financial planning and services, undated
    253Study abroad programs (RESTRICTED), 1988-1991
    254Study abroad programs, undated
    255Surveys, 1984

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    261Surveys, 1985-1987
    262Surveys, 1987
    263Surveys, 1990-1992
    264Thank you's, 1983-1992
    265Thank you's, 1984-1989
    266Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1993
    267University Faculty Program, 1990
    267University of Pennsylvania, undated

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    271Workforce analysis, 1976
    272Workforce analysis, 1977
    273Workforce analysis, January 1978
    274Workforce analysis, January 1978
    275Workforce analysis, August 1978
    276Workforce analysis, August 1978

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    281Workforce analysis, August 1978
    282Workforce analysis, January 1979
    283Workforce analysis, January 1979
    284Workforce analysis, January 1979
    285Workforce analysis, January 1980
    286Workforce analysis, January 1980

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    291Workforce analysis, January 1980
    292Workforce analysis, January 1980
    293Workforce analysis, 1982
    294Workforce analysis, 1983
    295Workforce analysis, 1984
    296Workforce analysis, 1985

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    301University of Michigan Faculty Handbook, 1978
    302University of Texas at Arlington, 1980-1986
    303Undergraduate recruiting, 1981-1989
    304Visit to Georgian Polytechnic Institute in USSR, 1988
    305Workforce, 2000
    306Worker's Compensation, 1991
    307Yamaha, 1990
    308Zonta club of Atlanta-International, 1982-1985
    309Zonta International, 1987-1989



    Series 3, Subseries 2: Outreach programs, 1986-1992

    This small subseries includes correspondence, reports, and committee notes, primarily for FutureScape, a summer institute for teachers, SummerScape, and other summer programs.

    Files have been arranged alphabetically by folder title.

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    311CEISMC Pre-College Advisory Committee, 1992
    312FutureScape, 1986-1989
    313FutureScape, 1990-1992
    314Summer institute for teachers: FutureScape, 1991-1992
    315SummerScape, 1988-1992
    316SummerScape purchase orders, 1992
    317Tech Summer Academy purchase orders, 1992



    Series 3, Subseries 3: Promotion, reappointment, and tenure files, 1986-1992

    Subseries 3 includes annual faculty statistics and reports relating to promotion, reappointment, and tenure decisions.

    The files in this subseries are restricted. Please see archivist.

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    321Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1977-1979
    322Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1980
    323Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1981
    324Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1981
    325Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1982

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    331Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1982-1983
    332Promotion, reappointment, tenure (RESTRICTED), 1982-1983
    333Promotion, reappointment, tenure decisions (RESTRICTED), 1980-1991



    Series 3, Subseries 4: University System of Georgia files, 1986-1992

    The files in this subseries relate to the University System of Georgia and the Board of Regents, including task force and committee work and the Academic Common Market.

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    341University System of Georgia Academic Common Market (RESTRICTED), 1989-1992
    342University System of Georgia Academic Common Market (RESTRICTED), 1992
    343University System of Georgia Academic Common Market (RESTRICTED), 1992-1993
    344University System of Georgia Academic Common Market Committee, 1989-1990
    345University System of Georgia: Board of Regents miscellaneous, 1985-1986
    346University System of Georgia: Board of Regents miscellaneous, 1987-1993

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    351University of Georgia Institutional Research and Planning, undated
    352University System of Georgia, Academic Common Market, 1985-1988
    353University System of Georgia, Academic Common Market Advisory Committee, 1993
    354University System of Georgia, Academic Common Market Advisory Committee, undated
    355University System of Georgia: Academic Common Market miscellaneous, 1981-1990
    356University System of Georgia: Academic program inventory, 1981
    357University System of Georgia: Board of Regents correspondence, 1981
    358University System of Georgia: Board of Regents correspondence, 1982-1983

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    361University System of Georgia: Board of Regents, 1983-1993
    362University System: Committee on Health Professions, 1981; 1987
    363University System: "Optimal Distribution of Institutions", 1980
    364University System: Retrenchment policy, 1981-1986
    365University System: Student Policy Advisory Council, undated
    366University System: Task Force on Admission Standards, undated



    Series 3, Subseries 5: Professional associations, 1984-1993

    This small subseries consists of conference programs of national associations, association directories and reports, and unpublished papers given at association conferences. The materials date mainly from the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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    371American Association of University Administrators conference (Toronto), 1987
    372National Association of College and University Attorneys conference and papers, 1988
    373National Association of College and University Attorneys conference, 1989
    374National Association of College and University Attorneys conference (Honolulu), 1990
    375National Association of College and University Attorneys papers, 1990
    376National Association of College and University Attorneys directory, 1992-1993

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    381National Institute for Dispute Resolution reports, 1984-1987
    382Science Enrichment Program Pre-Proposal conference (Los Angeles), 1991
    383Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education papers, 1990
     

    SERIES 4: Oversize materials, 1970-1992.

    3.0 Linear feet (4 oversize boxes)

    Arrangement

    The oversize files removed from Series 3, Subseries 1 is filed first, arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Scope and Content

    Series 4 contains oversize materials that have been removed from Series 3, Subseries 1 and Subseries 3. The material from Series 3, Subseries 1 consists mostly of computer printouts of faculty members and accompanying analysis. A small amount of budgetary information is also present. The files from Series 3, Subseries 3 contain restricted material on promotion, reappointment and tenure decisions.

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    391Academic Affairs budget, 1992
    392Battelle (RESTRICTED), 1982-1984
    393Board of Regents appointments, 1981-1985
    394Higher education general interest survey, 1970
    395Higher education general interest survey, 1975
    396Higher education general interest survey, 1976
    397Higher education general interest survey, 1977-1978
    398Higher education general interest survey, 1979-1980
    399Higher education general interest survey, 1981-1982
    3910Higher education general interest survey (RESTRICTED), 1982-1983
    3911Higher education general interest survey, 1983-1984
    3912Higher education general interest survey, 1984-1985
    3913Higher education general interest survey, 1985-1986

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    401National Science Foundation, 1981
    402National Science Foundation, 1982
    403National Science Foundation, 1983
    404National Science Foundation, 1984
    405National Science Foundation, 1985
    406National Science Foundation, 1987
    407Optional retirement, 1990

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    411Workforce analysis, 1977
    412Workforce analysis, 1982
    413Workforce analysis, 1983
    414Workforce analysis, 1984
    415Workforce analysis, 1985
    416Workforce analysis, 1986

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    421Promotion, reappointment, and tenure (RESTRICTED), 1977-1979
    422Promotion, reappointment, and tenure (RESTRICTED), 1980
    423Promotion, reappointment, and tenure (RESTRICTED), 1981
    424Promotion, reappointment, and tenure (RESTRICTED), 1982
    425Promotion, reappointment, and tenure (RESTRICTED), 1983
    426Reappointment, 1981-1983