|Administrative History: The
position of Vice President for Academic Affairs was created in 1954. It was assigned
general and executive responsibility for the administration and supervision of the
universitys undergraduate, graduate and professional schools and various academic
support programs. The position was discontinued in 2002, with many core responsibilities
transferred to the newly created Office of Provost (see A-1.4 Office of the Provost).
Vice Presidents for Academic Affairs:
David R. Buckholdt, 1996-2002
Francis M. Lazarus, 1988-1996
Edward D. Simmons, 1973-1988
Quentin L. Quade, 1972-1973
Arthur C. Moeller, 1965-1972
Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J., 1963-1965
Rev. Edward J. Drummond, S.J., 1954-1963
Scope and Content: These records are arranged into three subseries: Subseries 3 consists of mainly unrestricted records; 3.1 consists of restricted records; and 3.1P consists of restricted personnel files.
Restrictions: Access to select records from the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs is restricted. Otherwise, access to these records is unrestricted. However, the researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright which may be involved in the use of these records. Consult an archivist for further information.
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|Subseries 3.1||Administrative Subject Files (Restricted: Inventory in Archives)|
|Subseries 3.1P||Faculty Personnel Files (Restricted: Inventory in Archives)|