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

  • AA - Ann Arbor
  • aaac - Academic Affairs Advisory Committee
  • AAAC - Academic Affairs Advisory Council
  • AAPS - Ann Arbor Public Schools
  • AAU - Association of American Universities
  • ADA - American Disability Act
  • APG - Academic Policy Group
  • ASB - Academic Service Board
  • ASIS - American Society for Information Science
  • BAM - Black Action Movement
  • BPC - Budget Priorities Committee
  • CAEN - Computer Aided Engineering Network
  • CAEOT - The Center for Advanced Electronics and Optics
  • CEW - Center for the Continuing Education for Women
  • CIC - Center for Institutional Cooperation
  • COMU - Council on a Multicultural University
  • CRIM - Center for Research on Integrated Manufacturing
  • CRLT - Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
  • CUE - Committee on Undergraduate Education
  • ECE - Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • EECS - College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • EO - Executive Officer
  • ERIM - Environmental Research Institute of Michigan
  • EVPHA - Executive Vice President for Health Affairs
  • EXPRES - Experimental Research in Electronic Submission Project
  • GTA - Graduate Teaching Assistants
  • GUIR - Government University Industry Research Roundtable
  • ICPSR - Inter - University Consortium for Political and Social Research
  • ICR - Indirect Cost Rate
  • IOs - Inputs and Outputs
  • IPPS - Institute for Public Policy Studies
  • ISR - Institute for Social Research
  • ITD - Information Technologies Division
  • ITI - Industrial Technology Institute
  • ITIC - The Integrated Technology Instructional Center
  • LSA - College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  • MBRT - Michigan Business Round Table
  • MERIT - Michigan Educational Research Information Triad
  • MET - Michigan Education Trust
  • MITN - Michigan Information Technology Network
  • MLK - Martin Luther King
  • MM - The Michigan Mandate
  • MSU - Michigan State University
  • NASA - National Air and Space Administration
  • NASULGC - National Association of State Universities and Land Grand Colleges
  • NEH - National Endowment for the Humanities
  • NSF - National Science Foundation
  • NSB - National Science Board
  • OAA - Office of Academic Affairs
  • OIP - Office of International Programs
  • OUE - Office of University Events
  • OVPR - Office of Vice President for Research
  • PACMA - Presidential Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs
  • PAG - President's Advisory Group
  • PIF - Presidential Initiatives Fund
  • RAG - Research Advisory Group
  • REF - Research Excellence Fund
  • SACUA - Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs
  • SBR - State Budget Request
  • SILS - School of Information and Library Science
  • SRCC - Semiconductor Research Corporation Center
  • SPRL - Space Physics Research Laboratory
  • SPT - Strategic Planning Team
  • UEF - University Endowment Fund
  • UG - Undergraduate Student
  • UMS - University Musical Society
  • UMMA - University of Michigan Museum of Art
  • VPGR - Vice President Government Relations
  • VPSA - Vice President for Student Affairs
  • WAM - Women at Michigan
  • WISE - Women in Science and Engineering
Sources Consulted in Preparing the Finding Aid

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

Related Material

Bentley Library Record Groups:

  • University of Michigan. College of Engineering.
  • University of Michigan. President.
  • University of Michigan. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Internet Sources:

  • 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.
  • The Millennium Institute
  • 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)