Brigham Young University. Administrative Advisory Council
The Administrative Advisory Council (established 1972) works as a liaison between the university administration and the administrative and staff employees, advising the University President on matters directed toward the improvement of administrative and staff functions of the University.
Citation:Brigham Young University organizational history, via WWW, Oct. 13, 2011 (Administrative Advisory Council; AAC; est. 1972; liaison for administrative and staff employees to the university administration)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
College of Fine Arts and Communications collection on the Administrative Advisory Council, 1981-1990
Contains records relating to the College of Fine Arts and Communications from the Administrative Advisory Council. Included is the charter, correspondence, minutes from 1982-1990, performance awards, the President's Appreciation Award, and proposals and studies. Materials date from between 1981 and 1990.
Contains correspondence from the deans' office, Administrative Advisory Council information, building records (including blueprints and plans for the Harris Fine Arts Center), faculty files, and other general files related to the functioning of the College of Fine Arts and Communications, dating from between 1938 and 1994.
Contains sound recordings produced by the college, including "The First Amendment," a slide presentation on Mormon art and architecture, Brigham Young, "Move On," "Twelfth Night," "The Order is Love," Brigham Young University choir recordings, Relief Society programs and lessons, "Eternal Truths," "Fallow Land," "Worldwide Sisterhood," and Mormon dramatic vignettes. Materials date from between 1963 and 1979.