Tullis, F. LaMond, 1935-
- Existence: 1935-
Citation:Mormon Scholars Testify, Dec. 6, 2011: Home/Testimonies/F. LaMond Tullis (bachelor's degree in Spanish and political science from U of U, BYU master's degree in political science, M.P.A in development studies and Ph.D. from Harvard, BYU professor 1969-1998, chaired Department of Political Science 1978-1983, associate academic vice president 1985-1989, UN consultant, Dept. of State, fellow at London School of Economics, University of Sussex, and Princeton University, published and received awards)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Contains records and self-studies for the re-accreditation of Brigham Young University. Also contains an Evaluation Committee Report by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Colleges, 1983-1986.
Contains correspondence from F. LaMond Tullis to faculty members and other individuals related to the university, most notably Louis Midgely. Covers topics including doctrinal commentary, periodical editorials, publication reviews, and faculty councils, 1956-1989.
Contains records documenting the research and supposed success of achieving cold fusion, or piezonuclear fusion, at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University. Also includes records on the ensuing patent controversy and the news coverage of the failure of the research results to hold up in the scientific community. Includes correspondence, research notebook copies, journal articles, news clippings, audiotapes of the press conferences, and meeting notes on patent views, 1985-1989.
Contains meeting minutes from the Academic Vice-President and Graduate Council meetings. Covers topics including rank advancement, graduate studies, university lectures, university research, and journal article reviews, 1985-1989.
Contains records from F. LaMond Tullis's administration as Associate Academic Vice-President. Includes an intermixture of Tullis's personal files and general files pertaining to his administrative position and associated responsibilities. Contains correspondence, minutes from vice president and graduate studies meetings, as well as various subject files regarding university matters, 1956-1989.
Contains correspondence, internal audits, research reviews, advancement and admission procedures, and other information for colleges of the university, including the Biology and Agriculture, Education, Engineering and Technology, Family, Home and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communications, and Humanities. Also includes college audits and information on university buildings, 1982-1987.
Contains records regarding university research. Includes personnel statistics, correspondence, publication reviews, research proposals, financial records, grant records, administration records, and agreements. Contains folders on the specific research projects Waived Overhead and Machine Shop, 1976-1987.
Contains correspondence and records on accreditation, several colleges within the university, and university research. Also contains files on cold fusion, personal files, and general files, 1973-1989.
Contains F. LaMond Tullis' personal files including correspondence, meeting notes, invitations to events, financial records, his 1989 resume, and journal articles. Contains records on topics including politics and economics, publication requests and reviews, Tullis's position as an Associate Academic Vice President, and personal visits and memos, 1985-1989.