David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
The David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies (1982- ) provides international study and service opportunities for students at Brigham Young University.
The center offers six interdisciplinary studies programs: Ancient Near East Studies, Asian Studies, European Studies, International Relations, Latin American Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies/Arabic. The center also holds conferences, seminars, and weekly forums on international issues designed to prepare students for international careers.
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Contains correspondence created by Wilkins as Academic Vice President. The correspondence is with campus entities and colleagues. Dates range from 1991 to 2004.
Collection of Northwest Association reports, correspondence and other materials. Includes documentation pertaining to BYU's accreditation by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, correspondence between organizations like the US Department of Education and colleges like Gonzaga University, and feedback pertaining to BYU's accreditation. Dated 1968 to 2004.
Relates the initial educational and cultural exchanges between Brigham Young University and China.
Collection of general correspondence relating to the Academic Vice President. Dates range from 1968 to 2004.
Collection of resource planning documents. Included information in these documents are tables detailing the budgets for various departments on BYU campus, copies of BYU's Strategy and Planning Progress report for the years 2002-2006, and PowerPoint presentations for BYU's Marriot School of Management and Nursing program. Dated July to August 2003.
Brigham Young University vice-presidential articles, speech resources, and personal files, 1953-2000
Contains statements, minutes, and other materials concerning various university committees including the Freshman Bulletin Committee, Faculty Committee on Continuing Education, Fine Arts & Communications Dean's Search Committee (1993), Faculty Committee on Distance Learning, International Affairs Committee, Kennedy Center Review Committee, and Commencement Awards Committee, 1968-2004.