American Association of University Professors, UNC Greensboro Chapter
Scope and Contents
These are the records maintained by the UNC Greensboro Chapter of the American Association of University Professors since 1940. They include but are not limited to: minutes, conference materials, financial statements, correspondence, and committee reports.
- 1942 - 2016
- American Association of University Professors, UNC-Greensboro Chapter (Corporate Entity)
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This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright is retained by the creators of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information. Please see our Sensitive Materials Statement.
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Language of Materials
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP), founded in 1915, advocates for the educational, economic, and professional liberties of professors and intellectuals on higher education campuses. AAUP is comprised of a professional association, a labor union, and a foundation.
The materials in this record group relate to the UNC Greensboro branch of the American Association of University Professors and include, but are not limited to: minutes, conference materials, financial statements, correspondence, and committee reports.
The records are arranged chronologically and subdivided by local, state, and national origin. Records of the UNCG, North Carolina, and National chapters are integrated, but kept in separate folders. Collection includes records relating to the North Carolina Speaker Ban Law (SBL).
Method of Acquisition
Some materials transferred by Allen Trelease ca. 1979. Other materials added on an irregular basis.
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- American Association of University Professors, UNC Greensboro Chapter
- University Archives Staff. Updated in September 2007 by Dean Rhoades. Updated May 2016 by Victoria Starbuck.
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