David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies. International Programs
- Existence: 1986 - 1993
International Programs (1986-1993) was an administrative unit at Brigham Young University. The office was responsible for managing the university's study abroad and international internships programs. Prior to its establishment, Study Abroad was operated by the Division of Continuing Education. The office was later split in 1993 within the Kennedy Center. Directors included Ted J. Warner (1986-1992) and Rodney B. Boynton (1992-1993).
Citation:International Programs records, 1977-1992
Brigham Young University organizational history, via WWW, November 9, 2022 (International Programs; est. 1986 in Kennedy Center; Study Abroad previously operated by Division of Continuing Education; responsible for study abroad and international internships; office split in 1993; directors: Ted J. Warner (1986-1992), Rodney B. Boynton (1992-1993))
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Contains minutes, correspondence, reports, and other materials related to the administration of International Programs. Materials date from between 1975 and 1988.
Contains photographs of university study abroad programs. Materials date from between 1974 and 1987.
Contains programs, surveys, and research conducted by the Brigham Young University Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies including study abroad trips to Asia, Europe, and Mexico, the internships in New York, Europe, and Asia, and several tours. There is a photograph album of directors and participants with most of the study abroad programs. Dates range from 1970 to 1996.
Contains files pertaining to the foreign studies programs run by the university, including those in Austria, Israel, London, Mexico, and Spain. Materials date from between 1971 and 1992.
Contains reports, correspondence, brochures, and other material related to study abroad programs operated by the university. Materials date from between 1970 and 1989.