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State University of New York, University Faculty Senate Collection

1944-2003

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Abstract

The University Faculty Senate was created to centralize and govern all of the colleges throughout the SUNY system. This is an artificial collection assembled from the records held by University at Albany, SUNY representatives.

Summary

Creator:
State University of New York, University Faculty Senate
Date Coverage:
1944-2003
Quantity:
6.0 cubic ft. (about 6.0 boxes)

Prior to the establishment of the State University of New York (SUNY) as a system in 1948, most campuses had local faculty senates, assemblies, or other organizations. The University Faculty Senate was ultimately created to centralize and govern all of the colleges within the State University of New York system. The University Faculty Senate officially began when the State University Board of Trustees adopted a resolution approving the University Faculty Senate on October 8, 1953. With 26 recognized representatives from colleges in New York, system President William S. Carlson called the first meeting to order on December 15, 1953 at the Dewitt Clinton Hotel in Albany, New York. The University Faculty Senate by-laws state: "The Senate shall be the official agency through which the University Faculty engages in the governance of the University. The Senate shall be concerned with effective educational policies and other professional matters within the University" [The University Faculty Senate, State University of New York, 2001-2003, http://facweb.itec.suny.edu, 17 November 2003].

The Senate meets twice a year with special meetings as needed. University representatives of a state-operated unit serve a term of three years and can serve consecutive terms. To ensure that concerns and issues are resolved the Senate operates via committees. Some of the committees include the Committee on Undergraduate Education, Committee on Expanding Educational Opportunity, and Committee on Professional Rights and Responsibilities.

As the university grew new programs and policies were implemented in response to societal needs. In the 1960s the University dealt with radicals disrupting classes in order to get their messages out. The wages and integration of the workforce, specifically the construction crews on SUNY campuses, have been an ongoing issue since the 1960s. Affirmative action became such a strong topic for SUNY that by the 1970s Chancellor Earnest L. Boyer received letters charging reverse discrimination.

During his tenure, Chancellor Samuel B. Gould advocated communication between students, faculty, and administrators as a result of the civil unrest on college campuses around the country. In 1968, a conference was held on teacher-learner relationships in undergraduate education. Faculty, administrators, and students were invited to attend the conference. Officially called the Faculty Senate Workshop on "The professor, the student and the learning relationship", the conference took place June 17-18, 1969, at State Quad on the University at Albany campus. The conference stressed communication issues between students and professors. It was resolved that an open and honest line of communication would have to be established to successfully destroy views of professors in a superordinate role while students held subordinate roles. The conference advocated ending the ideal of the student as subordinate in order to prevent young adults from carrying that view of themselves into their communities and employment after college.

This collection includes information on how SUNY spent and invested its money as well as administrative functions. The meeting minutes of February 1985 indicate that the Senate resolved to cease investing in companies doing business in South Africa in order to express their disapproval of the policy of apartheid in South Africa at the time. Other issues considered during meetings included librarians receiving academic rank and privileges, salary issues, and other professional policies.

In 1991, recognizing the needs of a changing society, the Board of Trustees and the Chancellor of SUNY developed a new plan to prepare the students and the university for life in the next century. In order to reach this vision the university would have to utilize five basic principles. The principles were:

- To provide access to the university to a range of people seeking entry to public higher education.

- To concentrate on methods to raise the general knowledge of undergraduates especially their performances in math, science, and technology.

- To promote collaborative efforts between the university and government and private industry in the areas of applied and basic research.

- To meet the needs of the state by becoming more involved in health care, economy, and social welfare.

- To develop better management practices to handle funds received to subsidize the state budget from philanthropists, foundations and corporations.

The University Faculty Senate continues to provide leadership to the colleges of the State University of New York while providing a forum for representatives to discuss their concerns. Today the University Faculty Senate includes 45 senators as well as student representatives.

The State University of New York, University Faculty Senate collection is an artificial collection assembled from the records held by University at Albany, SUNY representatives to the University Faculty Senate.

The bulk of the collection is taken from the office of Professor Joseph L. Norton, covering the years 1968-1974, and Dr. Robert B. Morris for the years 1964-1971. Other University at Albany Senators represented include Professors Paul F. Wheeler and J. Ralph Tibbetts. Correspondence will be found in files for individual senators interspersed with other material, such as hand written notations, that was assembled from various folders originally labeled miscellaneous.

This collection documents the activities of the University Faculty Senate and the University at Albany Senators from the first Senate Meeting in 1953 through the 1998 session. Contained in these records are reports; minutes; by-laws; correspondence; published material such as newsletters; directories; overviews and handbooks. The collection documents the growth of the University system through booklets, brochures, master plans, and organizational charts held by the University at Albany Senate Office. Also of note is a draft copy of a 1977 manuscript, possibly by John W. Spencer, entitled "Origins and Development, State University of New York".

During the 1970s the University Faculty Senate became increasingly involved in governance and assumed an important role in the operation of the State University of New York. After the passage of the Taylor Law in 1967, the University Faculty Senate faced many decisions over issues of collective bargaining, and the changing relationships between administrators, professional non-teaching staff and faculty. These areas of interest are reflected in such documents as the Report of the President, Frank C. Erk, at the University Faculty Meeting (February 1970) and in the Report to the Faculty Senate by Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer (1972) as well as the correspondence of the senators. Collective bargaining documents from the office of the President of the University and various committees such as the Executive Committee, Governance Committee, Personnel Committee, and material from the controversy over granting academic status to librarians are all noteworthy.

Covering over four decades, this collection documents an expanding university challenged by social change and innovations in education and the work of faculty, in Senate assembled, to meet those challenges. Academic freedom, race and gender issues, student activism, and the need to develop programs to meet the educational needs of an evolving society are well documented in the meeting minutes, reports, committee material and correspondence of the University Faculty Senate. Of particular interest is the material from the Undergraduate Program Committee which illustrates the creation and development of the University-wide workshop, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Experience", (1969) in which can be seen the process of creating, developing, and producing the workshop as well as analyzing the end results.

Of particular interest in the administrative files is the lawsuit against members of the University Faculty Senate in 1971 during Frank C. Erk's term as president of the University Faculty Senate. In the lawsuit the New York City law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays, & Handler, filed a lawsuit against Frank C. Erk, et al. in order to receive payments believed owed to the firm. The case relates to issues with the Public Employment Relations Board (P.E.R.B.) and whether the Senate was an employee organization qualified to represent employees of SUNY under the Taylor Law. The Taylor law affects the rights of employees of New York State.

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: Meetings, 1953-2001
Sub-series 1: Annual Assemblies, 1965-1968
Sub-series 2: Regular (Plenary) Meetings, 1953-1998
Series 2: Administrative Files, 1944-1978
Sub-series 1: Board of Trustees, 1960-1976
Sub-series 2: By-laws, 1954-1974
Sub-series 3: Collective Bargaining Issues, 1968-1970
Sub-series 4: Correspondence, 1962-1972
Sub-series 5: Miscellaneous Administrative Files, 1944-1977
Sub-series 6: Reports to the University Faculty Senate, 1956-1973
Series 3: Committees and Councils, 1966-1974
Series 4: Publications, 1953-2002
Sub-series 1: Directories, 1953-2002
Sub-series 2: Handbooks and Reports, 1967-1992
Sub-series 3: Master Plans, SUNY, 1967-1975
Sub-series 4: Newsletters, 1964-1978
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Series arrangement statement: SUNY will complete.

Related Material

The University Archives holds the Joseph Norton Papers (UA-902.006) relating to his career in the school of Education between 1955 and 1981, and his involvement in the gay liberation movement, 1971-1978.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by University Faculty Senators from the University at Albany..

Processed by: Ellen Ronnlund and Kenyetta Russell (2003) in 2003-12.

Collection record created by: Conversion and encoding by ArchProteus,

Published: 2015

EAD file created, 2014

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Copyright Statement

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, State University of New York, University Faculty Senate Collection, 1944-2003. 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: 3.0 cubic ft. (about 3.0 boxes)
This series consists of minutes, summaries of proceedings, and a subject index. The majority of the series covers Faculty Senate meetings from the first meeting in 1953 through 1998. The meeting minutes contain information on the appointment of University Representatives by President Carlson during the first meeting, the drafting of the original proposed By-laws, and the development of different instructional programs. The minutes include copies of committee reports. The minutes also show the effect that the Taylor Law of 1967 had on the University Faculty Senate.
Arranged chronologically.
This sub-series is comprised of bound copies of the proceedings of annual faculty assemblies. With the first meeting in 1965, these assemblies were built around such themes as "The Role of the Faculty in State University" and "The University Student in a Changing Environment". Assemblies addressed such issues as the expansion of the State University, teaching-learning process, and educational television. In response to the demands of a turbulent decade, the role of disadvantaged students and the question of who shall be taught was the focus of discussion; other topics included allocation of resources, faculty research and community service.
Arranged chronologically
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nam_apap093-1.1_1

11Annual Faculty Assembly, West Point, NY1965

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12Annual Faculty Proceedings, Syracuse, NY1966
This sub-series consists of minutes of Regular and Special meetings of the University Faculty Senate, summaries of proceedings, and a subject index, 1953-1962.
Arranged chronologically
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14Index of Minutes1953 December-1962 May

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15Meeting Minutes, 1st Meeting1953 December

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16Meeting Minutes, 2nd Meeting, Fredonia, NY1954

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17Meeting Minutes, 3rd Meeting, Albany, NY1954

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18Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Albany, NY1955 January

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19Meeting Minutes, 4th Meeting, Ithaca, NY1955 May

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110Meeting Minutes, 5th Meeting, Albany, NY1955 October

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111Meeting Minutes, 6th Meeting, Syracuse, NY1956 April

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112Meeting Minutes, 7th Meeting, Rochester, NY1956 October

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113Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Albany, NY1957 January

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114Meeting Minutes, 8th Meeting, Brooklyn, NY1957 May

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115Meeting Minutes, 9th Meeting, Ithaca, NY1957 November

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116Meeting Minutes, 10th Meeting, Farmingdale, NY1958 May

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117Meeting Minutes, 11th Meeting, Albany, NY1958 November

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118Meeting Minutes, 12th Meeting, Syracuse, NY1959 May

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119Meeting Minutes, 13th Meeting, Albany, NY1959 November

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120Meeting Minutes, 14th Meeting, New Paltz, NY1960 May

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121Meeting Minutes, 15th Meeting, Albany, NY1960 October

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122Meeting Minutes, 16th Meeting, Oswego, NY1961 May

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123Meeting Minutes, 17th Meeting, Albany, NY1961 October

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124Meeting Minutes, 18th Meeting, Binghamton, NY1962 May

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125Meeting Minutes, 19th Meeting, Albany, NY1962 November

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126Meeting Minutes, 20th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1963 May

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127Meeting Minutes, 21st Meeting, Albany, NY1963 December

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128Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY1964 January

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129Meeting Minutes, 22nd Meeting, Oyster Bay, NY1964 May

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130Meeting Minutes, 23rd Meeting, Albany, NY1964 December

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131Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY1965 February

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132Meeting Minutes, 24th Meeting, Cobleskill, NY1965 April

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133Meeting Minutes, 25th Meeting, Albany, NY1965 November

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134Meeting Minutes, 26th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY1966 May

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135Meeting Minutes, 27th Meeting, Brockport, NY1966 October

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136Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY1967 February

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137Meeting Minutes, 28th Meeting, Cortland, NY1967 April

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138Meeting Minutes, 29th Meeting, Plattsburg, NY1967 November

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139Meeting Minutes, Special Meeting, Syracuse, NY1968 February

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140Meeting Minutes, 30th Meeting, Oneonta, NY1968 May

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141Meeting Minutes, Oswego, NY1968 October

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142Meeting Minutes, Albany, NY1969 February

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143Meeting Minutes, 32nd Meeting, New Paltz, NY1969 May

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144Meeting Minutes, 33rd Meeting, Binghamton, NY1969 October

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145Meeting Minutes, special Meeting, Syracuse, NY1970 January

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146Meeting Minutes, 34th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1970 February

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147Meeting Minutes, 35th Meeting, Syracuse, NY1970 May

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148Meeting Minutes, 36th Meeting, Canton, NY1970 October

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149Meeting Minutes, 37th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1971 February

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150Meeting Minutes, 38th Meeting, Geneseo, NY1971 May

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151Meeting Minutes, 39th Meeting, Alfred, NY1971 October

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152Meeting Minutes, 40th Meeting, Albany, NY1972 February

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153Meeting Minutes, 41st Meeting, Potsdam, NY1972 May

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21Meeting Minutes, 42nd Meeting, Brockport, NY1972 October

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22Meeting Minutes, 43rd Meeting, Buffalo, NY1973 February

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23Meeting Minutes, 44th Meeting, Fredonia, NY1973 April

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24Meeting Minutes, 45th Meeting, Oswego, NY1973 October

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25Meeting Minutes, 46th Meeting, Syracuse, NY1974 February

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26Meeting Minutes, 47th Meeting, Purchase, NY1974 April

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27Summary Minutes, 48th Meeting, Canton, NY1974

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28Summary of Proceedings, 49th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY1975 January

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29Summary of Proceedings, 50th Meeting, Binghamton, NY1975 April

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210Summary of Proceedings, 51st Meeting, Ithaca, NY1975 October

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211Summary of Proceedings, 52nd Meeting, Farmingdale, NY1976 January

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212Summary of Proceedings, 53rd Meeting, Oneonta, NY1976 April

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213Summary of Proceedings, 54th Meeting, Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY1976 October

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214Summary of Proceedings, 55th Meeting, Syracuse, NY1977 February

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215Summary of Proceedings, 56th Meeting, Plattsburg, NY1977 April

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216Summary of Proceedings, 57th Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY1977 November

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217Summary of Proceedings, 64th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1980 February

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218Summary of Proceedings, 65th Meeting, Morrisville, NY1980 April

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219Summary of Proceedings, 67th Meeting, New Paltz, NY1981 January

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220Summary of Proceedings, 69th Meeting, Fredonia, NY1981 October

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221Summary of Proceedings, 70th Meeting, Binghamton, NY1982 January

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222Summary of Proceedings, 72nd Meeting, Alfred, NY1982 November

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223Summary of Proceedings, 73rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY1993 January

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224Summary of Proceedings, 74th Meeting, Oswego, NY1983 April

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225Summary of Proceedings, 75th Meeting, Geneseo, NY1983 October

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226Summary of Proceedings, 76th Meeting, Old Westbury, NY1984 January

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227Summary of Proceedings, 77th Meeting, Canton, NY1984 April

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228Summary of Proceedings, 78th Meeting, Purchase, NY1984 October

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229Summary of Proceedings, 79th Meeting, Fort Schuyler, Bronx, NY1985 February

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230Summary of Proceedings, 80th Meeting, Oneonta, NY1985 April

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231Summary of Proceedings, 81st Meeting, Plattsburg, NY1985 November

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232Summary of Proceedings, 82nd Meeting, Farmingdale, NY1986 January

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233Summary of Proceedings, 83rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY1986 April

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234Summary of Proceedings, 86th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1987 April

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235Summary of Proceedings, 87th Meeting, Brockport, NY1987 October

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31Summary of Proceedings, 88th Meeting, NYC, NY1988 January

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32Summary of Proceedings, 89th Meeting, Delhi, NY1988 April

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33Summary of Proceedings, 90th Meeting, Cortland, NY1988 October

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34Summary of Proceedings, 91st Meeting, Albany, NY1989 February

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35Summary of Proceedings, 92nd Meeting, Potsdam, NY1989 April

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36Summary of Proceedings, 93rd Meeting, Utica/Rome, NY1989 October

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37Summary of Proceedings, 94th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1990 February

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38Summary of Proceedings, 95th Meeting, Morrisville, NY1990 April

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39Summary of Proceedings, 96th Meeting, Cobleskill, NY1990 October

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310Summary of Proceedings, 97th Meeting, New Paltz, NY1991 January

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311Summary of Proceedings, 98th Meeting, Fredonia, NY1991 April

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312Summary of Proceedings, 99th Meeting, Alfred, NY1991 October

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313Summary of Proceedings, 100th Meeting, Binghamton, NY1992 January

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314Summary of Proceedings, 103rd Meeting, Syracuse, NY1993 January

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315Summary of Proceedings, 104th Meeting, Oswego, NY1993 April

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316Summary of Proceedings, 107th Meeting, Canton, NY1994 April

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317Summary of Proceedings, 114th Meeting, Albany, NY1996 September

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318Summary of Proceedings, 115th Meeting, Farmingdale, NY1997 January

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319Summary of Proceedings, 116th Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY1997 April

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320Summary of Proceedings, 117th Meeting, Buffalo, NY1997 October

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321Summary of Proceedings, 118th Meeting, Stony Brook, NY1998 February

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322Summary of Proceedings, 119th Meeting, Brockport, NY1998 April

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323Summary of Proceedings, 119th Meeting, Brockport, NY1998 April

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324Planning Meeting, Albany, NY1998 September

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325Summary of Proceedings, 120th Meeting, Delhi, NY1998 October

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326Summary of Proceedings, 120th Meeting, Delhi, NY1998 October

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327Summary of Proceedings, 122nd Meeting, Albany, NY1999 April

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328Summary of Proceedings, 126th Meeting, Morrisville, NY2000 October

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329Summary of Proceedings, 127th Meeting, New Paltz, NY2001 January
Quantity: 0.67 cubic ft. (about 0.67 boxes)
This series consists of reports to the University Faculty Senate, correspondence between University at Albany senators as well as material relating to the Taylor Law and collective bargaining issues. Also located in this series is information on the University Faculty Senate by-laws and the Board of Trustees.
Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
This is a small group of records relating to actions of the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York and includes organizational charts, rosters of members of the Board, and general statements.
Arranged Alphabetically
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nam_apap093-2.1_1

11General Statements1967-1976

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12Members' Rosters1974-1976

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13Organizational Charts, SUNY1960-1976

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14Organizational Description of Central Staff, SUNY1977

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15Policies of Board of Trustees1966-1970, Undated

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16Summary of Action1975
This sub-series contains copies of the University Faculty Senate by-laws.
Arranged Chronologically
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap093-2.2_1

17By-laws1954-1958, 1963-1969

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18By-laws and Manual1974
Material relating to the Taylor Law and collective bargaining issues is included here, as well as documents relating to a lawsuit against the University Faculty Senate, et al.
Arranged Alphabetically
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nam_apap093-2.3_1

19Collective Bargaining Issues1968-1970

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110Collective Bargaining Issues, Governors Negotiating Committee1968-1970

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111Collective Bargaining Issues, Survey, University at Albany1970
This sub-series contains correspondence of individual University at Albany Senators interspersed with other material in some cases. The sub-series was assembled from original files labeled miscellaneous, and several folders of mixed correspondence pertaining to the business of the University Faculty Senate.
Arranged Alphabetically
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21Foster Arnold1972-1974

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22Morris, Robert1968-1971

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23Norton, Joseph1966-1968

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24Norton, Joseph L.1969-1972

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25Office of the President, UFS1969-1971

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26Tibbetts, Ralph J.1966-1969

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27University Faculty Senate Office1953

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28University Faculty Senate Office1962-1968

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29University Faculty Senate Office1969

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210University Faculty Senate Office1970-1974

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211Wheeler, Paul1968-1970
This sub-series contains U.F.S. press releases. The sub-series also contains information on the dispute regarding the professional status of librarians as well as the lawsuit filed against Frank C. Erk, et al. by the New York City law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays, and Handler.
Arranged Alphabetically
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nam_apap093-2.5_1

212Contract Colleges and the State University, Background Data1944-1949

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213Controversy, Recognition of Assistant Librarians1968-1969

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214Senate Elections1967-1973

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215Lawsuit, Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays and Handler vs. Frank Erk, et al1971-1972

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31"Origins and Development, State University of NY", [Possibly by John Spencer] 1977

Draft Copy

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32Public Statements1969-1970, Undated

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33Responsibilities and Perogatives of Faculty Senators, Draft StatementUndated

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34Rosters, University Faculty Senate Members1963-1971

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35Selection of Chancellor1970
This sub-series contains reports to the University Faculty Senate from President Frank C. Erk and others.
Arranged Chronologically
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nam_apap093-2.6_1

36Final Report of the Joint Task Force on General Education1998

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37Final Report, Survey of the Campus Budget Process2002

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38Report From the President of the University Faculty Senate, Frank C. Erk1970

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39Report to the Faculty Senate by Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer, Potsdam, NY1972

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310Report to the Faculty of University at Albany1956-1973

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311Synopsis, Senate Action and Chancellors Report1968-1970
Quantity: 1.33 cubic ft. (about 1.33 boxes)
This is a large series that covers the activities of the committees and associated councils and conferences relating to their work. Includes reports, guidelines, statements, correspondence, and minutes of meetings and retreats. Also included is a sub-series detailing the Committee on Undergraduate Programs.
Arranged by Committee.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap093-3_1

11Admissions Ad Hoc Committee1967

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12Advisory Committees 1968-1969Undated

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13Annual Assemblies, University Faculty Senate Committee on Conferences and Assemblies1967-1969

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14Budget Committee1968-1969, Undated

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15Chancellors Panel on University Purposes, Preliminary Reports1970

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16Committee Structure1966-1974

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17Council on Linguistics1973

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18Economic Status of the Faculty Committee1966-1970

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19Executive Committee1970-1973

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110Executive Committee, Faculty Senate Statement to the Governor's Negotiating Committee on Professional Salaries1967

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111Executive Committee, Reports on Meetings1967-1969

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112Executive Committee, Reports on Meetings1970-1971

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113Expanding Educational Opportunity1968-1970

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114Expanding Educational Opportunity Committee1971-1974

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115Expanding Educational Opportunity, Evaluation Questionnaire for Educational Opportunity Programs of SUNY1971

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116Expanding Educational Opportunity, University-Wide Conference1969

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117Governance Committee1968-1971, Undated

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118Graduate Program Committee1969-1971

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119Grievance Committee1969-1972

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120International Studies and World Affairs Committee1967-1973

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121International Studies and World Affairs Program, Remarks Given to University Faculty Senate Assembly1967

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122Library Resources Committee1970-1971

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123Personnel Policies Committee1962-1972

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124Personnel Policies, Position Paper on Tenure, Draft1972

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125Procedures, Joint Committee Meeting1968

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126Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee1967-1971

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127Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee1972

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128Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee1973

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129Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee1974, Undated

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130Public Relations Council1970-1974

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131Research Committee1967-1971

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132Research Report of the Actions of the Committee on Biology Relative to the Marine Sciences, SUNY1968

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133Research Report of the Subcommittee on Facilities for Fresh Water and Terrestrial Ecology, SUNY1968

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134Resolutions1969

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135Student Affairs, Committee Reports1969-1970

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136University Faculty Programs Committee1968-1969

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137University Faculty Programs, Invitational Conference1970

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138University Planning Committee1967-1968

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139University Planning Committee1969-1971

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140Faculty Senate Workshop, Committee on Undergraduate Program, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Relationship"1969

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141Faculty Senate Workshop, Committee on Undergraduate Program, "The Professor, the Student and the Learning Relationship"1969

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142An American Educator in Paris, By J. Murdoch Dawley1969

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21Committee on Undergraduate Programs1968

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22Committee on Undergraduate Programs1969

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23Committee on Undergraduate Programs1970-1971, Undated

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24Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Chancellor's Admissions Advisory Panel1968

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25Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Innovative Programs1970-1971

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26Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany1967-March 1969

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27Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany1969 December

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28Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany1970 February

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29Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Meeting, Albany1970 April

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210Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Reports1968-1971

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211Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat1968

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212Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat1969

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213Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat Packet1969

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214Committee on Undergraduate Programs, Committee Retreat1970

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215Committee on Undergraduate Programs, "Student-Faculty Ratios in the State University of New York", A Proposed Statement1969
Quantity:  1 cubic foot
Included are bound volumes published by the UFS as well as State University of New York publications and miscellaneous background information from other sources.
Arranged alphabetically.
Includes State University of New York directories, Faculty and UFS directories, and directories of local councils and boards of trustees.
Arranged Chronologically
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11Directory of Business Management Personnel, State University of New York1967

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12Local Councils and Boards of Trustees, Additions to Directory1965-1966

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13Local Councils and Boards of Trustees, Directory State University of New York1969

nam_apap093-4.1_4

14Personnel Directory, Office of Educational Development1971-1972

nam_apap093-4.1_5

15State University of New York Directory1970

nam_apap093-4.1_6

16State University of New York Directory1976-1977

nam_apap093-4.1_7

17State University of New York Directory1977-1978

nam_apap093-4.1_8

18State University of New York Directory1979 Spring

nam_apap093-4.1_9

19State University of New York Directory1980-1981

nam_apap093-4.1_10

110State University of New York Directory1983

nam_apap093-4.1_11

111State University of New York Directory1984

nam_apap093-4.1_12

112State University of New York Directory, Board of Trustees, Campus Presidents, Central Administration1980-1981

nam_apap093-4.1_13

113State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1953-1954

nam_apap093-4.1_14

114State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1954-1955

nam_apap093-4.1_15

115State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1955-1956

nam_apap093-4.1_16

116State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1956-1957

nam_apap093-4.1_17

117State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1957-1958

nam_apap093-4.1_18

118State University of New York Directory of the Faculties1960-1961

nam_apap093-4.1_19

119State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1969-1970

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120State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1970-1971

nam_apap093-4.1_21

121State University of New York Faculty Senate Directoryca. 1971-1972

nam_apap093-4.1_22

122State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1972-1973

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123State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1973-1974

nam_apap093-4.1_24

124State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1974-1975

nam_apap093-4.1_25

125State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1981-1982

nam_apap093-4.1_26

126State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory1997-1998

nam_apap093-4.1_27

127State University of New York Faculty Senate Directory2001-2002
Contains Instructions to the Senators handbooks, UFS reports, and overviews and assessments published by the UFS.
Arranged Chronologically
BoxFolderContentsDate

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128"Assessment at SUNY: Principles, Process and Case Studies"1992

nam_apap093-4.2_2

129Budget Handbook1988

nam_apap093-4.2_3

130Handbook for Faculty and Staff1968

nam_apap093-4.2_4

131Income Fund Reimbursable Program, Overview1998

nam_apap093-4.2_5

132Instructions to Senators and Committee Members1967-1970

nam_apap093-4.2_6

133Report of Committee on Personnel Policies1953

nam_apap093-4.2_7

134 Sixty-four Campuses: The State University of New York to 1985 1985

nam_apap093-4.2_8

135 SUNY 2000: A Vision for the New Century 1991
This sub-series was published by the State University of New York and includes drafts of plans to improve the SUNY system.
Arranged Chronologically
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136Master Plan of SUNY1972

nam_apap093-4.3_2

137Progress Report on 1972 Master Plan1974

nam_apap093-4.3_3

138Progress Report on 1976 Master Plan1978

nam_apap093-4.3_4

139 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1966

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140 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1967
Includes the Faculty Senate Bulletin, from volume 1 number 1 (1966) to volume 10 number 4 (June 1975) and, after a two-year hiatus, one issue of "the new Bulletin" (January 1978). The bulletin was published bi-monthly from October through June to promote the purposes and programs of the UFS, interpret and evaluate statewide University policy and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among faculty of SUNY. Also included are a small group of broadsides put out by the Faculty Senate Bulletin; The News Quotes and The News of the Week.
Arranged Chronologically
BoxFolderContentsDate

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141 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1968

nam_apap093-4.4_2

142 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1969

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143 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1970

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144 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1971-1972

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145 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1973

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146 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1974

nam_apap093-4.4_7

147 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1975

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148 Faculty Senate Bulletin 1978

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149Memo, Issue Number 51969 February

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150The News of The Week, Volume 1, Numbers 1-271972

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151The News of The Week, Volume 2, Numbers 2-24, 261973

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152The News of The Week, Volume 3, Numbers 1-12, 141973-1974

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153The News of The Week, Volume 4, Numbers 1-2, 4-6, 8-301974-1975

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154The News of The Week, Volume 5, Numbers 1-131975

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155The News Reports, Volume 1, Numbers 1-2, Volume 2, Number 11972-1973

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156The News Quotes, Volume 1, Numbers 1-21972

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157News Clippings1964-1978