James J. Duderstadt Papers  1963-1997,  (bulk 1970-1996)
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Acronyms and Abbreviations used by Duderstadt

  1. AA - Ann Arbor
  2. aaac - Academic Affairs Advisory Committee
  3. AAAC - Academic Affairs Advisory Council
  4. AAPS - Ann Arbor Public Schools
  5. AAU - Association of American Universities
  6. ADA - American Disability Act
  7. APG - Academic Policy Group
  8. ASB - Academic Service Board
  9. ASIS - American Society for Information Science
  10. BAM - Black Action Movement
  11. BPC - Budget Priorities Committee
  12. CAEN - Computer Aided Engineering Network
  13. CAEOT - The Center for Advanced Electronics and Optics
  14. CEW - Center for the Continuing Education for Women
  15. CIC - Center for Institutional Cooperation
  16. COMU - Council on a Multicultural University
  17. CRIM - Center for Research on Integrated Manufacturing
  18. CRLT - Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
  19. CUE - Committee on Undergraduate Education
  20. ECE - Electrical and Computer Engineering
  21. EECS - College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  22. EO - Executive Officer
  23. ERIM - Environmental Research Institute of Michigan
  24. EVPHA - Executive Vice President for Health Affairs
  25. EXPRES - Experimental Research in Electronic Submission Project
  26. GTA - Graduate Teaching Assistants
  27. GUIR - Government University Industry Research Roundtable
  28. ICPSR - Inter - University Consortium for Political and Social Research
  29. ICR - Indirect Cost Rate
  30. IOs - Inputs and Outputs
  31. IPPS - Institute for Public Policy Studies
  32. ISR - Institute for Social Research
  33. ITD - Information Technologies Division
  34. ITI - Industrial Technology Institute
  35. ITIC - The Integrated Technology Instructional Center
  36. LSA - College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  37. MBRT - Michigan Business Round Table
  38. MERIT - Michigan Educational Research Information Triad
  39. MET - Michigan Education Trust
  40. MITN - Michigan Information Technology Network
  41. MLK - Martin Luther King
  42. MM - The Michigan Mandate
  43. MSU - Michigan State University
  44. NASA - National Air and Space Administration
  45. NASULGC - National Association of State Universities and Land Grand Colleges
  46. NEH - National Endowment for the Humanities
  47. NSF - National Science Foundation
  48. NSB - National Science Board
  49. OAA - Office of Academic Affairs
  50. OIP - Office of International Programs
  51. OUE - Office of University Events
  52. OVPR - Office of Vice President for Research
  53. PACMA - Presidential Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs
  54. PAG - President's Advisory Group
  55. PIF - Presidential Initiatives Fund
  56. RAG - Research Advisory Group
  57. REF - Research Excellence Fund
  58. SACUA - Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs
  59. SBR - State Budget Request
  60. SILS - School of Information and Library Science
  61. SRCC - Semiconductor Research Corporation Center
  62. SPRL - Space Physics Research Laboratory
  63. SPT - Strategic Planning Team
  64. UEF - University Endowment Fund
  65. UG - Undergraduate Student
  66. UMS - University Musical Society
  67. UMMA - University of Michigan Museum of Art
  68. VPGR - Vice President Government Relations
  69. VPSA - Vice President for Student Affairs
  70. WAM - Women at Michigan
  71. WISE - Women in Science and Engineering
Sources Consulted in Preparing the Finding Aid

  1. "Biography," May 19, 1989, Ideas Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  2. "Biographical Data," May 1, 1987, Box 1, James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  3. "Background Information," June 9, 1988, Box 1, James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  4. "Inauguration 1.9S," October 5, 1988, Speeches Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  5. "Opening Remarks: Idles of March," not dated, Box 8, James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  6. "Farewell Address," April 7, 1986, Box 8, James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  7. "Michigan Mandate 3.0," October 28, 1990, Speeches Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  8. "Vision 2000 2.0," January 3, 1994, Write Files Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  9. "Vision 2017 2.2," February 21, 1994, Write Files Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  10. "Letter to Community," September 27, 1995, Write Files Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  11. "Women 5.0," July 6, 1995, Position Papers Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  12. "The Road Ahead," February 4, 1997, Position Papers Series, [Digital Document], James J. Duderstadt Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
  13. Silberman, Eve. The U-M's Fast-moving New VPAnn Arbor Observer [Michigan: Ann Arbor] October, 1986.

Related Material

Bentley Library Record Groups:

  1. University of Michigan. College of Engineering.
  2. University of Michigan. President.
  3. University of Michigan. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Internet Sources:

  1. Researchers will find several related documents on the Internet. A search using the search engine Google [http://www.google.com] on January 25, 2002 retrieved numerous articles and images from The Detroit News, The University Record, and several full text speeches Duderstadt presented at other universities across the country.
  2. The Millennium Institute
  3. Information about James Duderstadt's current research on the future of education can be found online at: [http://milproj.ummu.umich.edu] (June 24, 1998 and January 25, 2002)