University of Colorado Boulder Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs records
Scope and Contents
The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Collection contains mostly academic papers of different departments and schools from 1970- 1987. The academic files contains papers on American Council on Education and National Affairs, American records, Dean’s Council, Bureau of Educational Media, Libraries, ROTC, and papers from different departments. The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Collection contains correspondence and financial reports such as budget and expenses. It contains papers from Vice Chancellor Lipetz.
- 1970 - 1987
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The Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs administrates the academic functions of the Boulder Campus Chancellor’s Office. The University of Colorado was reorganized into four campuses in 1972, by Amendment 4 to the Colorado State Constitution. The University was allowed to create a multi-campus administration at Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, and the Health Science Center, each with its own chancellor.
The V.C. for Academic Affairs carries the responsibility for administering the academic programs and policies of the Boulder campus. The office provides academic management and intellectual direction while maintaining quality in teaching, scholarship, and creative work in all of the campuses colleges and centers. The division recruits faculty, deans, and other academic leaders, and distributes resources to “ensure high-quality teaching, research and creative work, and service”.
In 1974/75, James N. Corbridge was listed as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in the student directory. In 1977/78, Robert R. Borchers was listed as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in the student directory. In 1979/80, Milton E. Lipetz was listed as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in the student directory. In 1981/82, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs was changed into Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculties.
39 linear feet (26 Boxes)
Language of Materials
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the Boulder Campus of the University of Colorado, first appears in the University of Colorado Student Directory in 1974, as part of a general restructuring of the University of Colorado into a four campus system. The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Collection contains mostly academic and administrative records regarding the colleges, departments, and centers of Boulder Campus, 1970-1987.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was transferred from the University of Colorado Boulder's Chancellor’s Office, Regent Hall on August 7, 1980, Februrary 16 1981, February 25 1981, and October 13, 1981.
This inventory reflects the original order in which the collection was recieved and consists primarily of file titles but includes series groupings where they existed from the Vice Chancellor's office. No other arrangement has been imposed.
- Pooja Tandukar. Encoded by Isaiah Armijo and Ashlyn Velte.
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