Academic Cabinet and Faculty Senate Records
Scope and Contents
The collection of UNCG's Academic Cabinet and Faculty Senate contains 30 boxes of materials. This collection contains over 35 years of materials, with the earliest record dating from 1974. The variety of records within this collection reflects the varied responsibilities and tasks of the Academic Cabinet itself. While the majority of the records are minutes and agendas from meetings of the Faculty Senate and the Academic Cabinet, other records include reference manuals, budgets, admission policies, and an archive of the department's website.
- 1974 - 2021
- Majority of material found within 1974 - 2015
- Academic Cabinet and Faculty Senate (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
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.
37.50 Linear Feet (30 boxes)
Language of Materials
The Academic Cabinet was the major body of the Faculty Council, and was responsible for advising the Chancellor about academic policies, evaluating committees, and a whole host of things. The collection of the Academic Cabinet is comprised of 27 boxes of materials, ranging in date from 1974-2015, and reflects the variety of their duties.
This collection has been arranged into six series. General files and Committees have been organized in alphabetical order. Meeting minutes, Annual Reports, Academic Cabinet, and Multimedia have been placed in chronological order.
Method of Acquisition
Materials were transferred by the Academic Council and Faculty Senate.
Accruals and Additions
Future accruals are expected.
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Processed by Sean Mulligan and Samantha Way, August 2021.
- Academic Council and Faculty Senate Records
- Sean Mulligan and Samantha Way
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