Brigham Young University. Assistant to the President
The position of Assistant to the President was established at Brigham Young University in 1953.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Includes correspondence with Western Premium Co., Reid-Meredith, Inc., and UVIDA. Also includes reports, evaluations, statistical information, as well as information on associations and organizations, Church General Authorities, racial controversy with Stanford, university negotations, and publicity.
Contains material from Robert F. Driggs' tenure as Administrative Assistant to the President, an office he held from 1977-1979. Some correspondence from his predecessor is also included.
Includes correspondence, minutes, contracts, legal case reports, speeches, Bass-Billings research papers, drafts of the Honor Code, materials for religion and law classes, and research materials for the biography of Dallin H. Oaks.
Contains correspondence, financial records, memoranda and other items related to Marilyn Arnold's responsibilities.