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16/1. Office of the Provost

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 16/1
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Committee on the Doctor of Arts degree (Faculty of Arts and Letters) records

 Collection — Box 1: [39072039447507], Folder: 1-3
Identifier: 16-1-1336
Abstract Memos, reports, articles, and clippings relating to the Doctor of Arts degree, Faculty of Arts and Letters.

Faculty of Arts and Letters, Office of the Dean, John Dings, Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education), Office files

 Collection — Box 1-4
Identifier: 16-1-899
Overview The collection of the Office files of John Dings, circa 1986-1989, contains materials relevant to his position as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education. Included is information about administration of the Faculty of Arts and Letters, scheduling, special programming and events, and course development.

Faculty of Arts and Letters, Dean’s Office, Outgoing Correspondence

 Collection — Box 1-10
Identifier: 16-1-960
Overview These files contain the correspondence of Acting and Assistant Deans of the Faculty of Arts and Letters.

Faculty of Arts and Letters, Office of the Dean David Willbern, Associate Dean (Graduate Education) Office files

 Collection — Box 1-6
Identifier: 16-1-940
Overview The Office Files of David Willbern, circa 1986-1989, contains materials pertinent to his tenure as Associate Dean of Graduate Education. The collection contains materials relevant to the administration of the Faculty of Arts and Letters, special programming, departmental matters, conferences and both graduate and faculty funding.

Faculty of Arts and Letters Office of the Dean outgoing correspondence

 Collection — Box 1-7
Identifier: 16-1-883
Overview Official outgoing correspondence of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Letters, Jon Whitmore.

Faculty of the Arts and Letters course proposals

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 16-1-957
Overview Course Proposals from the Faculty of Arts and Letters, both undergraduate and graduate, from its inception in 1971 to its dissolution in 1997.