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Brigham Young University. Study Abroad



  • Existence: 1978 - 1986

Administrative History

Study Abroad (1978-1986) was an administrative unit at Brigham Young University. The office was part of the Division of Continuing Education, and was responsible for coordinating foreign study programs for the university. In 1986 the office was transferred to the International Programs unit in the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies. The unit chair or director was Joseph O. Baker (1978-1986).

Brigham Young University course catalog, 1984: page 276 (Study Abroad; Study Abroad (and Extended Campus Programs); administered by Division of Continuing Education; managed foreign study programs for campus departments; Joseph O. Baker, director)

Brigham Young University course catalog, 1981: page 189 (Department of Study Abroad and Extended Campus Programs; chairman, Joseph O. Baker)

Brigham Young University course catalog, 1980: page 22 (Study Abroad (and Extended Campus Programs); Department of Study Abroad) page 268 (Joseph O. Baker; chairman of Study Abroad Program)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

International Programs records

Identifier: UA 1131
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1971-1992