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Donald M. Blinken Papers

1969-2003

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Abstract

Donald M. Blinken was chairman of the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York from 1978-1990. These records pertain to his tenure in that position.

Summary

Creator:
Blinken, Donald M.
Date Coverage:
1969-2003
Quantity:
5.95 cubic ft.  processed to date

Donald M. Blinken was born in New York in 1925. He joined the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1944. In 1948 he graduated magna cum laude in economics from Harvard. After 10 years in the retail business, including two in the United Kingdom with Marks & Spencer, he joined the investment firm of E.M. Warburg Pincus, the largest venture capital firm in the United States. He continued to be associated with Warburg Pincus as a managing partner until taking up government service.

In January 1977, Governor Hugh L. Carey appointed Blinken to the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York and subsequently appointed him chairman in July of 1978. He was re-appointed to that office by Governor Mario M. Cuomo and served until 1990. The State University of New York is the nation's largest institution of higher education. It serves nearly 400,000 students on 64 campuses throughout New York. It awarded Mr. Blinken an honorary degree in 1993.

Donald Blinken was sworn in as Ambassador to the Republic of Hungary by Vice President Al Gore on March 29, 1994 and served until 1997.

In addition to his services in education and government, Ambassador Blinken has dedicated his time and energy to the arts. He was named President of the Mark Rothko Foundation in 1976. Mr. Blinken edited Eliminating the Obstacles Between the Painter and the Observer: The Mark Rothko Foundation, 1976-1986. In recent years, Mr. Blinken has also served as vice- chairman of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Society, as a member of the executive committee of the New York Public Library, as a board member and chairman of the Commentary Publication Committee, as a trustee of the Institute of International Education, as overseer of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, and as a member of the Trustees' Council of the National Gallery of Art.

This information came from The Embassy of the United States of America, Budapest Hungary, Donald M. Blinken U.S. Ambassador to Hungary 1994-1997, http://www.usembassy.hu/blinkenb.htm (accessed 20 March 2003). Also from Series 3, Box 1, Folder 1, Donald Blinken Papers, 1969-1993, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Blinken Papers).

This collection documents the activities and concerns of Ambassador Blinken as a board member of the Board of Trustees for the State University of New York (SUNY) in 1976 and subsequently as chairman of the Board from 1978 through 1990. The bulk of the papers consists of correspondence between Blinken and members of the Board, the Chancellor, the campus presidents, and New York State government officials. There are also a number of reports regarding the SUNY system or individual SUNY campuses. Prominent topics of concern were the future of the SUNY system (Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY, 1983-1985), relations with independent colleges and universities in New York (Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, 1978-1984), upgrading intercollegiate athletic competition (Intercollegiate Athletic Board regarding SUNY Buffalo upgrade to Division II, 1985-1986), SUNY and CUNY relations (1976-1989), and concerns about teaching controversial subjects and academic freedom (Dube controversy at SUNY Stony Brook, 1983-1990). SUNY's financial position in both challenging and stable economic times, SUNY's growth as a state wide educational system, and the changing role of the individual campuses are recurring topics.

Although the collection does contain information regarding SUNY campuses, not all of them are represented in this collection. There is little material regarding curriculum other than a 1982 proposal for a degree in Arts Management. There is also little documentation related to student life or faculty at the SUNY schools. There are no personal papers or papers related to other professional, civic, or government positions Ambassador Blinken has maintained.

Additional material acquired in 2003 contains documents related to the individual SUNY campuses, including campus brochures, statements of inauguration, and correspondence between Blinken and members of the Board, the Chancellor, the campus presidents, and the professors of each campus.

Related materials in the University Archives include: the records of the State University of New York, Board of Trustees (APAP-098); the records of the Office of the President (UA-000); and the records of the Student Association of the State University of New York (SASU) (APAP-046).

The collection is organized into the following series:

Series 1 and 3 are arranged alphabetically. Series 2 is arranged by subject, then chronologically. Series 4 is arranged chronologically.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by Donald Blinken via Jane Graham of the SUNY Central Archives in January 1997. An additional 1 cubic foot of material received in September 2003 was arranged and described in January 2005.

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Donald M. Blinken Papers, 1969-2003. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 2.32 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Blinken maintained a small group of files related to specific SUNY schools. The files are arranged alphabetically by the name of the school. The files in Box 5 were accessioned later and processed separately from Box 1, 2, 3, and 4. The files in Box 5 are also arranged alphabetically by the name of the school. Materials within the files are arranged chronologically. They include reports, correspondence, and news clippings regarding a variety of topics.

There are some files that contain material regarding a specific event or situation. In 1986 the Board of Trustees voted to lift the ban on athletic grant -in-aid at SUNY Buffalo. This change allowed the athletic department to upgrade to Division II in basketball and football with the possibility of upgrading to Division I in subsequent years. Reports from the Intercollegiate Athletic Board are included. Also included is correspondence among the Board members. There are two folders of community correspondence, these include letters from parents, alumni, and members of the community requesting the Board vote to lift the ban and allow the athletic department to upgrade. There are some, though few, requests that the ban not be lifted.

The Dube Controversy at SUNY Stony Brook, 1983-1990, concerns Professor Ernest Dube who was accused of teaching that Zionism is equivalent to racism. Materials consist of editorials, news clippings, statements from the Dean and other faculty members, correspondence from government officials and members of the Jewish community, and memorandum from the Faculty Rights and Responsibilities group. The issue raised questions of academic responsibility and academic freedom in the teaching of controversial subjects. The controversy continued for several years and Dube's tenure appeal prompted the involvement of the American Association of University Professors in 1986.

The controversial Louis Farrakan visited the SUNY Old Westbury campus in April 1985. See Box 2, folder 1.

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1 1SUNY Buffalo, Upgrading Intercollegiate Athletics1985-1986

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1 2SUNY Buffalo, Upgrading Intercollegiate Athletics Community Correspondence1986 April

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1 3SUNY Buffalo, Upgrading Intercollegiate Athletics Community Correspondence1986 April-1986 May

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1 4SUNY Old Westbury1980 January-1980 August

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1 5SUNY Old Westbury1980 September-1981 September

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1 6SUNY Old Westbury1982 January-1983 March

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1 7SUNY Old Westbury1983 April-1984 March

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2 1SUNY Old Westbury1984 April-1985 April

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2 2SUNY Old Westbury1986 June-1991 June

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2 3SUNY Plattsburg1979-1981

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2 4SUNY Plattsburg1982-May 1984

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2 5SUNY Plattsburg1984 September-1988

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2 6SUNY Pottsdam1980-1983

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2 7SUNY Pottsdam1984-1985

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2 8SUNY Pottsdam1986-1991

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2 9SUNY Purchase1979-1981

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2 10SUNY Purchase1982-1983

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3 1SUNY Purchase1984-April 1985

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3 2SUNY Purchase1985 May-1986 April

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3 3SUNY Purchase1986 July-1988

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3 4SUNY Purchase1989-1991

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3 5SUNY Stony Brook, Dube Controversy1983

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3 6SUNY Stony Brook, Dube Controversy1984-May 1986

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3 7SUNY Stony Brook, Dube Controversy1986 September-1987

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3 8SUNY Stony Brook, Grenada Internship Project1984

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3 9SUNY Utica/Rome1977-August 1978

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3 10SUNY Utica/Rome1978 September-1979

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4 1SUNY Utica/Rome1979-1980

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4 2SUNY Utica/Rome1981 January-1981 February

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4 3SUNY Utica/Rome1981 March

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4 5SUNY Utica/Rome1981 June-1982 March

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4 6SUNY Utica/Rome1982 April-1989

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5 1SUNY Albany, General Office File1980-1982

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5 2SUNY Albany, General Office File1983-1984

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5 3SUNY Albany, General Office File1985-1989

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5 4SUNY Binghamton, General Office File1979-1981

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5 5SUNY Binghamton, General Office File1982-1984

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5 6SUNY Binghamton, General Office File1985-1989

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5 7SUNY Brockport, General Office File1976-1989

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5 8SUNY Buffalo, General Office File1980-1986

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5 9SUNY Buffalo, General Office File1987-1988

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5 10SUNY Buffalo, General Office File1989-1991

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5 11SUNY Buffalo Foundation Inc., General Office File1980-1986

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5 12SUNY Cortland, General Office File1980-1988

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5 13SUNY Empire, General Office File1980-1984

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5 14SUNY Empire, General Office File1985-1989

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5 15SUNY Fredonia, General Office File1980-1988

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5 16SUNY Geneseo, General Office File1981-1990

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5 17SUNY New Paltz, General Office File1980-1983

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5 18SUNY New Paltz, General Office File1984-1989

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5 19SUNY Oneonta, General Office File1980-1982

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5 20SUNY Oneonta, General Office File1983-1989

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5 21SUNY Oswego, General Office File1978-1989

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5 22SUNY Stony Brook, Dube Controversy1983-1987 October

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5 23SUNY Stony Brook, Dube Controversy1987 November-1990

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5 24SUNY Stony Brook, General Office File1987-1989
Quantity: 0.66 cubic ft.

Arranged by subject, then chronologically.

The bulk of this series is correspondence between Donald Blinken and the other members of the SUNY Board of Trustees, Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr., presidents of different SUNY campuses, New York government officials, and parents of students. The main subjects of the correspondence include responses to news articles, appointments or reappointments made to the Board, or SUNY related institutions such as the creation of the Rockefeller Institute of Government, the proposal to award a degree in Arts Management in 1982, and materials from symposiums and meetings related to education and budget concerns. There are also news clippings and some information related to state-wide school systems outside of New York. There are some biographical sketches and resumes of Board members. Correspondence in 1979 includes debate about the site of the Utica/Rome campus. There are memos and correspondence related to lawsuits, though there are no details or legal papers in the series or collection.

Trustee-NY State Legislative correspondence is between Blinken or other members of the Board and members of the New York State Assembly. The main topics of the correspondence are financial matters, reappointments, and new appointments to the Board.

Correspondence with individuals including Senator Javits, Senator D'Amato, then Congressman Shumer, Governor Carey, Governor Cuomo, and others is mainly related to SUNY budget and financial matters.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Trustee Correspondence1976

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1 2Trustee Correspondence1977-July 1978

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1 3Trustee Correspondence1978 August-1979

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1 4Trustee Correspondence1980-1981

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1 5Trustee Correspondence1982

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1 6Trustee Correspondence1983

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1 7Trustee Correspondence1984

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1 8Trustee Correspondence1985

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1 9Trustee Correspondence1986

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2 1Trustee Correspondence1987-1990

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2 2Trustee and New York State Legislative Correspondence1979

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2 3Trustee and New York State Legislative Correspondence1980-1981

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2 4Trustee and New York State Legislative Correspondence1982

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2 5Trustee and New York State Legislative Correspondence1983-1985

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2 6Trustee and New York State Legislative Correspondence1986-1989

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2 7Carey, Governor Hugh Correspondence1982

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2 8Cuomo, Governor Mario M. Correspondence1978, 1980, 1983-1986, 1988-1989

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2 9Correspondence: Senator Moynihan, Senator D'Amato, Senator Javits Sheldon S. Goldstein, Congressman Shumer, John J. Mather1982-1987

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2 10Department of Education Correspondence1980, 1985
Quantity: 2.64 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

The Subject Files contain material related to SUNY organizations, institutions, personnel, and activities, as well as Board activities and responsibilities. The earliest item in the series is from 1969. There is some material regarding a proposed 1976 SUNY/CUNY merger. Files contain reports and correspondence related to this issue and financial concerns for both SUNY and CUNY. However the bulk of materials begin in 1977. The files include correspondence, reports, memorandum, and news clippings. There are a number of files on Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr., the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU), the Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY, and SUNY/CUNY relations.

Clifton Wharton Jr., former president of Michigan State University, became SUNY Chancellor in 1977. Early files include evaluations by Board members, biographical information about Mr. and Mrs. Wharton, and information about Wharton's accomplishments as an educator and administrator. After Wharton became Chancellor the files include correspondence between him and Blinken as well as other members of the Board, reports related to the SUNY system and individual campuses, memorandum, and news clippings related to higher education. Chancellor Wharton resigned in 1987 to become Chair and CEO of TIAA-CREF.

The Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) files include correspondence between Blinken and the commission and reports regarding SUNY financial matters.

The Donald M. Blinken Academic Administration Fellowship was established in 1981. It was first called the Administrative Internship. According to Articulation Among Some Science Based Programs in SUNY Units In Western New York, (Blinken Papers, Series 3, Box 3, Folder 3), the objective of the program was to allow a senior SUNY faculty member to gain experience in administrative matters within the University, to look at some of the problems facing SUNY as a whole rather than only from the perspective of a particular campus, and to gain insight into the operations of SUNY central.[1] Reports were issued annually in the spring. The report's title and author appear in the finding aid.

The Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY was established in 1983. According to the Proposal for an Independent Commission on the Future of the State University of New York (Blinken Papers, Series 3, Box 4, Folder 6) its purpose was to go beyond faculty, staff, and SUNY officials to evaluate SUNY's role and investigate "how its mandate may be discharged more effectively, efficiently, and with greater benefit to citizens and institutions of the state and nation." Their report issued in January of 1985 recommended that SUNY be established as a "public benefits corporation" in order to be extricated from what the commission found to be overregulation from the state government. The recommendation was denied.

In 1976 there was discussion about SUNY merging with the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Files contain reports and correspondence related to this issue and financial concerns for both SUNY and CUNY.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Blinken, Donald M.2003

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1 2Boyer, Ernest L.1978-1987

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1 3Budget1988-1989

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1 4Campus Related Foundations1984

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1 5Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1977 July-1977 October

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1 6Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1977 November-1977 December

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1 7Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1978

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1 8Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1979-1982

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1 9Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1983-1986

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1 10Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr.1987-1992

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1 11Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr., Speeches and Writings1971-June 1978

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1 12Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr., Speeches and Writings1978 September-1979

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2 1Chancellor Clifton Wharton Jr., Speeches and Writings1980-1986

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2 2Chancellor's Public Higher Education Fund, Inc.1986

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2 3Chancellor's Public Higher Education Fund, Inc.1987-1990

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2 4Chancellor Search1977 February-1977 April

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2 5Chancellor Search1977 April-1977 May

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2 6Chancellor Search1977 June

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2 7Chancellor Search1977 July-1977 November

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2 8College Teaching1985

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2 9Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities1978, 1981

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2 10Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities1982

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3 1Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities1983 January

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3 2Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities1983 March-1984

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3 3Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipArticulation Among Some Science Based Programs in SUNY Units in Western New York, Robert Stein,1981

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3 4Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipA Study of Academic Placement Processes for High-Risk Students Among Selected Colleges of the State University of New York: With a Review of Related Literature, Dennis Callas,1982

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3 5Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipPaths For Excellence: A Study of Honors Programs, Honor Societies, and Academic Distinctions in the State University of New York, Mark A. Anderson,1983

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3 6-7Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipMeasuring the Use of Library Materials and Services In the Libraries of the State University of New York, Robert E. Burton,1984

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3 8Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative Fellowship1985

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3 9-10Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipCurrent Issues in Transfer and Articulation: Impact of General Education Requirements, Joint Admissions And Services for Transfer Students, Marjorie W. Lavin,1986

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3 11-12Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipThe Invisible Minority: American Indian Students in the State University of New York, William A. Starna,1988

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3 13Donald M. Blinken Academic Administrative FellowshipSUNY's Opportunity Programs: A Research Agenda for the 1990's, Peter R. Barcher,1990

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4 1Energy Conservation Symposium1980

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4 2Engineering and Technology Proposals1983

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4 3ExchangeAssociation of Council Members and College Trustees of SUNY,1977-1979

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4 4Governor's Symposium on International Trade and Finance1978

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4 5Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1983

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4 6Independent Commission on the Future of SUNYca. 1984

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4 7Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 January-1984 February

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4 8Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 February-1984 May

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4 9Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 June

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4 10Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 June

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4 11Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 June-1984 July

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5 1Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 July

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5 2Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 August-1984 October

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5 3Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1984 October-1984 December

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5 4Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1985 January

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5 5Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1985 January-1985 February

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5 6Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1985 March

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5 7Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1985 March-1985 April

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5 8Independent Commission on the Future of SUNY1985 May-1985 July

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6 1International Programs, China1980-1983

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6 2Investment Planning Review1981-1982

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6 3Jewish Forum1984 December-1985 January

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6 4Jewish Forum1985 February-1985 June

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6 5Legislative Proposal for Public Corporation1985

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6 6Moore, Elizabeth1969, Undated

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6 7New York Times Luncheon Meeting1987-1988

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6 8National Commission on Higher Education Issues ReportUndated

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6 9Podhortz, Norman1985

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6 10Religious HolidaysUndated

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6 11Report of Chancellor's Task Force on Community Colleges1986 July-1986 September

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6 12Rockefeller Institute for Government1980-1988

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6 13Rockefeller Institute for Government1989-1990

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6 14Rockefeller Institute for Government1992-1993

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7 1Salary Issues1978-1987

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7 2State University Plaza, Building Dedication1978

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7 3State University Plaza, Building Dedication Programs1978

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7 4SUNY Correspondence1976-1977

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7 5SUNY Correspondence1978-1992

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7 6SUNY/CUNY1976 January-1976 October

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7 7SUNY/CUNY1976 November-1976 December

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7 8SUNY/CUNY1977 January

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7 9SUNY/CUNY1977 February-1977 April

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7 10SUNY/CUNY1977 May-1977 November

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7 11SUNY/CUNY1978 January-1978 September

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8 1SUNY/CUNY, General Office File1978 October-1978 December

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8 2SUNY/CUNY, General Office File1979-1982

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8 3SUNY/CUNY, General Office File1983-1989

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8 4SUNY/CUNY and New York State Legislation, Regulation1982-1986

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8 5System Business Development Service Office Report, by John Mather1987

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8 6Trustee Meetings,1978-1987

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8 7Trustee Policies and By-Laws1978-1979

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8 8Trustee Policies and By-Laws1980-1984

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8 9Trustee Policies and By-Laws1986-1988

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8 10Trustee Policies (Sexual Orientation and Discrimination)1980-1983

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8 11Tuition Tax Credits1981-1982

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8 12Warren, James J., Retirement,1982
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This series consists of publications about SUNY. Topics include the cost of higher education, SUNY's history, the Nelson A. Rockefeller School of Government, and other related matters. Any material related to a report, such as correspondence, is identified in the folder title.

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1 1 The Challenge and the Choice Undated

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1 2 The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government 1985

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1 3SUNY: A Historical PerspectiveCorrespondence,1988-1989

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1 4 SUNY: A Historical Perspective 1989

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1 5 The Cost of Higher Education: An Essay on the Comparative Financing of Universities 1989

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1 6 SUNY Profiles 1990

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1 7 SUNY 2000