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Brigham Young University vice-presidential records on colleges, 1982-1987

 Sub-Series — Box: 9, Folder: 1-10
Identifier: UA 679 Series 3 Sub-Series 2

Scope and Contents

Contains correspondence, internal audits, research reviews, advancement and admission procedures, and other information for colleges of the university, including the Biology and Agriculture, Education, Engineering and Technology, Family, Home and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communications, and Humanities. Also includes college audits and information on university buildings, 1982-1987.

Dates

  • 1982-1987

Conditions Governing Access

Restricted. Closed for 100 years from the date of creation of the records, and thereafter open to the public in accordance with the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Restriction Policy. Requests to access restricted materials in the University Archives should be submitted to the University Archivist.

Conditions Governing Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the Associate Academic Vice-President records must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.

Biographical History

From the Collection: F. LaMond Tullis (1935- ) was a professor of political science and Associate Academic Vice-President at Brigham Young University.

F. LaMond Tullis earned a bachelor's degree in Spanish and Political Science from the University of Utah. He continued at Brigham Young University where he completed a master's degree in Political Science, as well as an M.P.A. in Development Studies and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Harvard University. He taught at BYU from 1969-1998. His responsibilities including chairing the Department of Political Science from 1978-1983 and acting as an associate academic vice president from 1985-1989. As a vice president, he was responsible for graduate studies, the library, and externally funded research. He undertook other assignments including serving as a consultant to the United Nations and the the U.S. Department of State. He was a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, the University of Sussex, and Princeton University. He has published numerous articles and won various awards for his efforts.

Administrative History

From the Collection: The office of Academic Vice President at Brigham Young University was established around 1966. The position is responsible for administering university faculty, undergraduate studies, and research and graduate studies.

The position of Academic Vice president was established around 1966, though these functions had been established earlier. When Earl C. Crockett was appointed vice president in charge of finance and business administration in 1957, he was also given responsibility for the academic program at the university (except religion). Aside from his service as acting university president in 1964, Crockett operated in this position until his retirement in 1968. The office of Academic Vice President is responsible for undergraduate and graduate studies and research at the university, and has previously also included responsibilities for international studies, academic support, and computing. Between 1981 and 1989 the position was known as Provost and Academic Vice President, but in 1989 the position was split to allow the appointment of an independent provost. Academic Vice Presidents have included Crockett (1966-1968), Robert K. Thomas (1968-1980), Jae R. Ballif (1980-1989), Stan L. Albrecht (1989-1992), Todd A. Britsch (1992-1996), Alan L. Wilkins (1996-2004), John S. Tanner (2004-2011), and Brent W. Webb (2011- ).

Extent

10 folders

Language

English