Brigham Young University. Deans' Council
Brigham Young University Deans' Council (est. 1921) is an administrative body with responsibility for procedural issues and policies, campus wide scheduling, and academic curricular issues.
Citation:Bureau of Administrative Studies records, 1955-1957 (Dean's Council)
BYU organizational history project, via WWW, February 19, 2022 (Brigham Young University, Deans' Council; created in October 1921; currently deals with university wide procedural issues and policies, campus wide scheduling, and academic curricular issues)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Bureau of Administrative Studies records
Contains correspondence; questionnaires; self-evaluation reports; reports concerning deans, Auxiliary Services, and Registrar's records; descriptions of job positions; minutes of faculty, Dean's Council, and College of Education meetings; and individual college statistics.
Deans' Council meeting minutes, 1989-2001
Collection of Deans' Council meeting minutes. Topics included in these minutes are suggested topics for future Council meetings, BYU's Conflict of Interest/Time Committment policy, BYU's Intellectual Property policy, list of members of the President's Council, and a list of Deans/Directors of BYU. Dated 1989 to 2001.
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