Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence created by Wilkins as Academic Vice President. The correspondence is with campus entities and colleagues. Dates range from 1991 to 2004.
Contains correspondence, itineraries, guest lists, and related information concerning the visit of former U.S. president Gerald R. Ford to the Brigham Young University campus on March 19, 1987. Also includes photocopy of two letters exchanged between Ford and Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres, 1985-1986, about proposed construction of the BYU Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies.
Materials consist of correspondence collected by James H. Bean related to the efforts to obtain approval for the Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center. Correspondence is related to a letter-writing campaign that Bean was asked to carry out in support of the center. Materials include correspondence collected by James H. Bean. Dated 1985 to 1986.
Collection of general correspondence relating to the Academic Vice President. Dates range from 1968 to 2004.
Contains statements, minutes, and other materials concerning various university committees including the Freshman Bulletin Committee, Faculty Committee on Continuing Education, Fine Arts & Communications Dean's Search Committee (1993), Faculty Committee on Distance Learning, International Affairs Committee, Kennedy Center Review Committee, and Commencement Awards Committee, 1968-2004.
Contains records of historical data relating to the Academic Vice President, covering topics including adjunct facutly, calendaring, coursework, enrollment, facutly, graduate programs, scholarships, and budgets, 1975-1993.
Contains correspondence on administration and colleges and departments as well as subject files (including information on the Jerusalem Center).
Contains correspondence, meeting minutes, budget records, and other materials related to the Academic Vice President about academic programs, faculty hiring and review, research, and strategic planning and administration of academic resources. The majority of the materials document the activities of the academic units of Brigham Young University. Dates range from 1953 to 2007.
Collection of correspondence created by Cheryl Brown. Dated 1996 to 1999.