President (University of Michigan) records: 1967-2014
Summary Information
Title: President (University of Michigan) records
Creator: University of Michigan. President.
Inclusive dates: 1967-2014
Extent: 526 linear feet
Extent: 2 oversize folders
Extent: 1 oversize volume
Extent: 17.31 GB (online)
Abstract:
The Office of the President records group includes the records of University of Michigan Presidents Robben Fleming, 1968-1978 and 1988 (interim); Allan Smith, 1979 (interim); Harold T. Shapiro, 1980-1987; James J. Duderstadt, 1988-1996; Homer Neal, 1996-1997 (interim); Lee C. Bollinger, 1997-2001; B. Joseph White, 2002 (interim); and Mary Sue Coleman (2002-2014). The record group includes annual files from the Office of the President, which include topical files and schools and colleges files. Other series in the record group include supplemental files for each president, search files, committee appointment files, audio and visual materials, development files, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)files, and ephemera.
Call number: 87274 Bimu B3 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
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Finding aid created by Bentley Historical Library staff, previous accessions. Christine Di Bella, January 2002 Brian Williams, December 2002 Lisa Barney, October 2010 Chris Schunter, April 2015 Last update: March 2016

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The President's Office (Donor No. 566) makes periodic additions to the records. This record group includes files of presidents beginning with Robben Fleming. Records from presidents prior to Fleming are cataloged under the name of the individual.

Access Restrictions:

The President's records are open for research except for certain records restricted by statute or university policy. Restricted material includes personnel-related files, including search, review, promotion, and tenure files; student educational records; client/patient records; and records of executive officers of the university.

The President's record group includes restricted material in the following categories:

  1. Personnel Related Records -- Boxes 229-230, 268, 285, 326-328, 340-345, 359-360, 371, 380, 385, 390-391, 394, 396, 399, 401, 416, 418, 420, 422, 424, 426, 445-457, 469-474, 514-515, 520-522
  2. Student Academic Records -- Boxes 229-230, 268, 285, 326-328, 340-345, 355, 366, 370, 376, 386-387, 395-396, 405-406, 410, 416-419, 514-517
  3. Patient/Client Records -- Boxes 229-230, 268, 285, 326-328, 340-345, 360, 370, 380-381, 385, 390, 401, 411, 421, 469-474, 514-520, 522-523
  4. Executive Officer Records -- Boxes 262-339, 355-444, 458-465, 475-513, 524-525

Access Restrictions for University of Michigan Records

University records are public records and once fully processed are generally open to research use. Records that contain personally identifiable information will be restricted in order to protect individual privacy. Certain administrative records are restricted in accordance with university policy as outlined below. The restriction of university records is subject to compliance with applicable laws, including the Freedom of Information Act.

Categories of Restricted Records:

  • Personnel related files , including search, review, promotion, and tenure files, are restricted for thirty years from date of creation.
  • Student educational records are restricted for seventy-five years from date of creation.
  • Patient/client records are restricted for one-hundred years from date of creation.
  • Executive Officers, Deans and Directors files . By university records policy in effect as of January 1, 2001, University records generated by the university's Executive Officers, Deans, Directors and their support offices are restricted for a period of twenty years from their date of accession by the Bentley Historical Library. The restriction is subject to applicable law, most notably the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
    • Files restricted for 10 years -- records added to a record group in this category prior to January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of ten years from the date of creation
    • Files restricted for 20 years -- records added to a record group in this category after January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of 20 years from the date they were added to the record group.

Restricted files are indicated in the contents list with a restriction note indicating the restriction type and the date of expiration.

  • CR (Client/Patient records, 100 years from date of creation)
  • PR (Personnel related records, 30 years from date of creation)
  • SR (Student educational records, 75 years from date of creation)
  • ER (Executive Officers, Deans and Directors records, 20 years from the date the material added to the record group)

For further information on the restriction policy and placing FOIA requests for restricted material, consult the reference archivist at the Bentley Historical Library or the University of Michigan Freedom of Information Office website at: http://www.umich.edu/~urel/foia.html

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Copyright:

Copyright is held by the Regents of the University of Michigan but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright is not held. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Processing Information:

During reprocessing of the president's records some material was removed from the record group and boxes consolidated with the result that some box numbers were eliminated. Box numbers from previous versions of the finding aid which have been eliminated are 74-81, 87, 180, 183, 201-203, 209, 231, and 258.

Boxes 74-81, 87, 96, 105, 112, 114-116, 180, 183, 201-203, 209, 231, 258, and 346 were eliminated during reprocessing.

In preparing digital material for long-term preservation and access, the Bentley Historical Library adheres to professional best practices and standards to ensure that content will retain its authenticity and integrity. For more information on procedures for the ingest and processing of digital materials, please see Bentley Historical Library Digital Processing Note. Access to digital material may be provided either as a direct link to an individual file or as a downloadable package of files bundled in a zip file.

Preferred Citation:

item, folder title, box no., President (University of Michigan) Records, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Arrangement

The University of Michigan President's record group is organized into seven series. By far the largest is the Topical File covering the tenure of Presidents Fleming to Coleman. It is subdivided by academic year, with a new alphabet for each year. The Schools and Colleges series begins with the Duderstadt presidency; previously these files were incorporated into the Topical File. The President's Supplemental Files series is organized by presidential administration, though there may be some overlap in date spans. for each president. The Audio-Visual Materials Series is also organized by president. The search files, including president and top academic and administrative offices, are organized in five broad chronological groups and thereunder by office.

Summary Contents List

  1. Topical Files
    • 1967/1968 -- boxes 1-6
    • 1968/1969 -- boxes 6-11
    • 1969/1970 -- boxes 12-16
    • 1970/1971 -- boxes 16-24
    • 1971/1972 -- boxes 25-32
    • 1972/1973 -- boxes 33-39
    • 1973/1974 -- boxes 39-46
    • 1974/1975 -- boxes 46-52
    • 1975/1976 -- boxes 53-59
    • 1976/1977 -- boxes 60-66
    • 1977/1978 -- boxes 67-73
    • 1978/1979 -- boxes 73, 82-86
    • 1979/1980 -- boxes 88-95
    • 1980/1981 -- boxes 117-121
    • 1981/1982 -- boxes 122-127
    • 1982/1983 -- boxes 128-133
    • 1983/1984 -- boxes 133-139
    • 1984/1985 -- boxes 140-146
    • 1985/1986 -- boxes 146-155
    • 1986/1987 -- boxes 155-163
    • 1987/1988 -- boxes 164-176
    • 1988/1989 -- boxes 212-225
    • 1989/1990 -- boxes 232-243
    • 1990/1991 -- boxes 245-256
    • 1991/1992 -- boxes 262-267
    • 1992/1993 -- boxes 269-275
    • 1993/1994 -- boxes 276-282
    • 1994/1995 -- boxes 292-298
    • 1995/1996 -- boxes 300-305
    • 1996/1997 -- boxes 306-311
    • 1997/1998 -- boxes 313-318
    • 1998/1999 -- boxes 319-324
    • 1999/2000 -- boxes 347-352
    • 2000/2001 -- boxes 355-365
    • 2001/2002 -- boxes 366-374
    • 2002/2003 -- boxes 376-384
    • 2003/2004 -- boxes 386-395
    • 2004/2005 -- boxes 396-405
    • 2005/2006 -- boxes 406-416
    • 2006/2007 -- boxes 418-424
    • 2007/2008 -- boxes 475-480, 514
    • 2008/2009 -- boxes 481-484, 514-515
  2. Schools and Colleges Files
    • (contained within Topical Files prior to 1988)
    • 1988/1989 -- boxes 225-226
    • 1989/1990 -- box 244
    • 1990/1991 -- box 257
    • 1991/1992 -- box 267
    • 1992/1993 -- box 275
    • 1993/1994 -- box 282
    • 1994/1995 -- box 299
    • 1995/1996 -- box 305
    • 1996/1997 -- boxes 311-312
    • 1997/1998 -- box 318
    • 1998/1999 -- box 324-325
    • 1999/2000 -- boxes 353
    • 2000/2001 -- boxes 365-366
    • 2001/2002 -- boxes 375-376
    • 2002/2003 -- boxes 385-386
    • 2003/2004 -- boxes 395-396
    • 2004/2005 -- boxes 405-406
    • 2005/2006 -- boxes 416-417
    • 2006/2007 -- box 424
    • 2007/2008 -- boxes 418-424
  3. Supplemental Files
    • Robben W. Fleming Supplemental Files
      • Budgets -- boxes 95, 97-98
      • Committees -- boxes 98-104
      • Issues -- boxes 106-111
      • Policies -- box 111
      • Reports -- box 113
    • Allan F. Smith Supplemental Files
      • Committees -- box 104
      • Issues -- box 111
    • Harold Shapiro Supplemental Files
      • Articles, Speeches, etc. -- boxes 177-178
      • Budget Reductions,
      • School and College Reviews -- box 284
      • Capital Campaign -- boxes 179, 181-182
      • Committees, etc. -- boxes 104, 106, 184-191
      • Engagements -- boxes 192-194
      • Executive Officers -- boxes 195-200
      • Personal Papers -- box 206
      • Replacement Hospital -- Project -- boxes 204-206
      • Reports and Reviews -- boxes 207-208
      • Social Files -- boxes 210-211
      • Tanner Lectures -- box 212
    • James J. Duderstadt Supplemental Files
      • Engagements -- boxes 226, 427
      • Executive Officers -- boxes 227-228
      • Complaint Appeal Files -- box 228
      • Revision of The Making of the U. of M.-- box 283
      • Diversity Initiatives
        • COMU -- boxes 289, 427, 485
        • Michigan Agenda for Women -- box 289
        • Michigan Mandate -- boxes 289-290, 485
        • Minority Journalism Program -- box 485
        • President's New Century Fund -- boxes 290-291
        • Reports and Other Publications -- box 427
        • Sarah Goddard Power Memorial Fund -- box 485
      • Reference Files -- boxes 330, 485-487, 517
      • Inaugurations of Other Universities -- box 331
      • Divestment Files -- box 425
      • Computer Disks -- box 426
      • Correspondence -- box 426
      • Clubs and Organizations -- box 427
      • Events -- boxes 427, 485
      • Reports and Other Publications -- box 427
      • Executive Committee -- box 428
      • Projects -- box 428
      • Correspondence -- boxes 428-429, 485
      • Student Code -- box 485
      • Recommendations -- box 517
    • Homer A. Neal Supplemental Files
      • Correspondence -- boxes 429, 487
    • Lee C. Bollinger Supplemental Files
      • Campus Plan Project
        • Campus Plan Advisory Committee -- box 286
        • Venturi, Scott Brown, and Associates Reports -- boxes 286-288
        • Background Information -- boxes 288, 487
        • Correspondence -- box 487
      • Inaugural Greetings -- box 331
      • Drafts of The Tolerant Society – boxes 332-334
      • Life Sciences Commission -- box 354
      • Events -- boxes 430-434, 487
      • Life Sciences Initiative (LSI) -- boxes 434-435, 487
      • PIRC -- boxes 435-437
      • Universitas 21 -- boxes 437-438
      • Correspondence -- boxes 439-441, 487
      • Admissions Lawsuits -- boxes 518-519
    • B. Joseph White Supplemental Files
      • Correspondence -- box 488
    • Mary Sue Coleman Supplemental Files
      • Events -- boxes 442, 493-494
      • Executive Officers Meetings -- boxes 442-443
      • Reports -- boxes 444, 494-496, 517
      • Athletics -- boxes 488-489, 517
      • Boards/Committees -- boxes 489-492
      • President's China Task force -- box 493
      • Boards/Committees -- boxes 489-492
      • Speeches -- boxes 496-499
      • Subject Files -- boxes 499-503, 520, 526
  4. Search Files
    • Searches, 1967-1989 -- boxes 336-339
    • Searches, 1994-1998 -- boxes 340-344
    • Searches, 1987-1994 -- box 345
    • Searches, 1992-2005 -- boxes 445-457
    • Searches, 1969-1990 -- boxes 458-459
    • Searches, 1975-2008 -- boxes 503-505, 520-522
  5. Committee Appointment Files
    • Executive Committee Appointments -- box 329
    • General Files -- boxes 460-464
    • Committee Membership Lists -- box 465
    • Committee Membership Lists -- box 465
  6. Development
    • Gift Letters -- boxes 508-513
    • Michigan Difference Seminars in Florida -- box 505
    • Prospects -- box 505
    • Reports -- box 505
  7. Facilities -- boxes 506-507, 520, 522, 526
  8. Freedom of Information Act
    • Appeals -- box 507
    • Policies and Guidelines -- box 507
    • Requests -- boxes 522-523
  9. Audio and Visual Materials
    • Fleming Administration -- box 259
    • Shapiro Administration -- boxes 259, 261
    • Duderstadt Administration -- boxes 259-260, 335, 465
    • Neal Administration -- box 335
    • Bollinger Administration -- boxes 335, 465
    • Coleman Administration -- box 465
  10. Ephemera
    • Printing Plates -- boxes 466-468

History

Prior to 1968

During the early years of the University of Michigan, the office of the president was a relatively informal post: faculty members took one year turns as president. In 1850, however, a new constitution was enacted by the state legislature in response to a widely perceived need for a stronger administrative policy at the university. The Constitution of 1850 provided that university regents be elected rather than appointed by the governor, and that a formal Office of the President should be created. The first elected regents appointed a presidential search committee in 1852, and this committee chose Henry Tappan to be the first president of the University of Michigan.

The records of presidents prior to Robben Fleming are cataloged by the name of the individual; see the list of presidents at the end of this section. For other sources of information on University of Michigan presidents, refer to the Research Note in the Scope and Content Notes section.

Robben Fleming

Robben Fleming, the University of Michigan's ninth president, was born on December 18, 1916 in Paw Paw, Illinois. He received his baccalaureate degree from Beloit College in 1938 and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1941. He specialized in labor law and industrial relations, and went on to become a noted arbitrator. After graduating from law school, he served for six years with government agencies and the United States Army. Thereafter he returned to the University of Wisconsin and served as director of the Industrial Relations Center. He left Madison in 1952 to head the University of Illinois' Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. In 1958 he joined the Illinois law faculty and remained until he was named chancellor of the University of Wisconsin in 1964. Three years later he was chosen as president of the University of Michigan and served in that capacity for eleven years. From 1979 to 1981 he was president of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He then returned to Ann Arbor and taught one course each year in the Law School until he became Professor Emeritus in 1985. After Harold Shapiro stepped down as president of the university in 1988, Fleming served as interim president for eight months. Fleming married his wife, Sally, in 1942 (see note, page viii). There are three Fleming children: Nancy Jo, James Edmund, and Carolyn Elizabeth.

Fleming Administration (1968-1978 and 1988)

Fleming's administration was marked by the same student turbulence that swept other university campuses around the country in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Sit-ins, protests, and demonstrations at the university were particularly frequent and impassioned from Fall 1968 to early Spring 1970. They included massive demonstrations in June 1969, which originally began as a celebration of spring by exuberant students and evolved into violent protests against methods used by police to disperse the revelers; demonstrations against ROTC recruiting in March and September 1969; a sit-in in support of a university bookstore in September 1969; a teach-in against the Vietnam war in September 1969; a teach-in on the environment in March 1970; and a boycott of classes in support of increased enrollment of minority students, organized by the Black Action Movement (BAM I) in March 1970. In addition to responding to the demands of the students, Fleming had to determine when the right to dissent interfered with the enforcement of civil law, when to take disciplinary action against student dissenters, and when to involve civil authorities in controlling student unrest. Although he was criticized by some conservatives as being too "soft" on student protesters, and by some students as being too hard on them, it was recognized that Fleming's openness, availability, and willingness to discuss issues helped minimize tensions between administration, faculty, and students.

If student unrest was the most difficult problem faced by Fleming in the early years of his tenure, financial problems became the most pressing issues with which he dealt thereafter. For several reasons, including inflation, negative reactions to student unrest, building cost increases, and competition for the tax dollar from human services programs, financial support for higher education from the federal and state government declined. In 1978, Michigan dropped to 33rd place among all states in monetary support for higher education (expenditures per $1000 of personal income), thus increasing the burden on students in the form of higher tuition. The university's tuition charges became the highest of any public university in the country; at the end of Fleming's tenure, student fees produced 33 percent of general fund revenues as compared to ten years earlier when they produced 25 percent and twenty years earlier when they produced 19 percent. Funding for equipment and building maintenance was reduced as well as that for purchases of library books. When the fiscal problems became more severe, budget reductions of academic units were imposed. Although in theory these were to be across the board reductions, in fact those units most favored escaped the reductions. This began a policy of selective redistribution of funds which was to continue into the next decade. The financial crisis continued into the 1980s and occupied much of the time and energy of President Harold Shapiro.

Just as economic conditions at the national level affected university life, so too did federal government initiatives requiring the implementation of affirmative action programs. The Fleming administration was the first to have to establish policies and procedures to try to ensure that women and minorities were treated fairly throughout the university system. Among the important steps taken: the first affirmative action program was developed in 1969; commissions for women and minorities were established in the early 1970s to develop procedures, policies and practices to achieve affirmative action goals; the classification and salaries of all professional and administrative staff members were restructured in 1972 to redress inequities; employment practices aimed at finding more minority applicants were inaugurated; women's intercollegiate athletics began a slow expansion; and the Center for African and Afro-American Studies was established.

Several significant changes occurred in undergraduate and graduate education under Fleming. The Residential College, a small and more personalized educational program, was established as an alternative to the traditional undergraduate curriculum. University branches in Dearborn and Flint became four-year colleges. The Department of Library Science became an independent school, and the School of Art became independent of the College of Architecture and Design.

Labor relations changed greatly during Fleming's tenure. Prior to his arrival in Ann Arbor, there were only two small local unions established on campus. During the Fleming years, hospital employees were organized by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; nurses formed a union; medical interns and residents were organized; clerical employees established a union, which was later decertified; and teaching assistants organized the Graduate Employees Organization.

Although a variety of matters occupied Robben Fleming as president of the University of Michigan, many observers believe his most important contribution came in successfully steering the university through the difficult years of student unrest. When he announced his retirement on September 15, 1978, students, faculty, and administrators alike, first and foremost, praised his calm leadership and efforts to preserve both intellectual freedom and academic discipline during that period.

Harold Shapiro

Until he resigned as the university's tenth president in 1987, Harold Shapiro had spent his entire professional academic career at the University of Michigan. He was born on June 8, 1935, in Montreal, Canada. He received his bachelor's degree in 1956 from McGill University and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in economics (the latter in 1964) from Princeton University. He immediately joined the economics faculty at Michigan as assistant professor. Three years later, in 1967, he became associate professor and was named co-director of the Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics, which produces the Michigan Econometric Models used in forecasting. He was promoted to professor in 1970 and during the next seven years served the university in a variety of capacities, including member and chairman of the important University Budget Priorities Committee; chairman of the Department of Economics; and member of the executive committees of the Institute for Social Research, Institute for Public Policy Studies, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. In 1977, he became vice president for academic affairs and chairman of the Budget Administration Committee. Ten months after Robben Fleming announced his resignation as university president, the Board of Regents selected Shapiro as his replacement. Shapiro served as president for eight years, then announced on April 28, 1987, that he was leaving to become president of Princeton University. Shapiro married his wife, Vivian, shortly after leaving McGill University. While in Ann Arbor, Mrs. Shapiro was an associate professor in the School of Social Work and a lecturer in psychiatry in the Medical School. Her specialty was clinical research and training in infant mental health. The Shapiros have four daughters: Anne, Marilyn, Janet, and Karen.

Shapiro Administration (1980-1987)

Harold Shapiro assumed the presidency of the university during one of the worst fiscal crises in Michigan's history. The crisis was caused, in large part, by a deep recession in the automobile industry. For three years, in the early 1980s, the state could not meet its financial commitments to the university. In 1980/81, for example, state support for the general fund fell by 12 percent. In response, Shapiro undertook three initiatives. First, he worked to convince the state legislature of the university's significant value as a research tool for the state. The economics department, for example, undertook a study of state government financing, which proved to be very useful to legislators; and Shapiro convinced the legislature to provide funding, through the university, for the Industrial Technology Institute, a unit which drew on the expertise of university personnel to study and promote economic diversification in Michigan. Shapiro also secured funding for construction of the University Hospitals, the largest state-funded construction project in Michigan history, by explaining to the legislature that the hospitals would contribute to the state's economy.

In his second initiative, Shapiro sought to increase private financial support for the university. This was the origin of the very successful $160 million capital campaign, Campaign For Michigan, co-chaired by former United States president Gerald Ford and General Motors chairman Roger Smith. It was the largest development effort ever completed by a public university. To direct the new push for more private support, the president lured Jon Cosovich away from Stanford University to become Michigan's vice president for development and university relations.

The third initiative, and the most controversial one, involved implementing budget reductions and reviews of academic units perceived to be weak in order to maintain and, in some cases, improve the quality of the rest. By doing so, Shapiro believed that the university would become smaller but better. As the financial situation worsened in late 1981, a group of university executive officers, led by Shapiro and Vice President for Academic Affairs Billy Frye, drew up what became known as the Five Year Plan. The $20 million reallocation plan was announced in March 1982 and included reviews of the schools of art, education, and natural resources. Over the course of the next several years, the Department of Geography was eliminated; the Extension Service, Michigan Media, and the Institute for Labor and Industrial Relations were markedly cut back; and public reviews of the three schools were held and deep budget cuts instituted at each. Despite the fact that the faculty had voted as early as 1980 to consider a policy of selective reallocation of funds, the number of reviews, and the secrecy involved in choosing the weaker units, led to friction between administrators, particularly Billy Frye, and faculty members. Near the end of the process, Shapiro and Frye argued that there had really been no other choice for the university, but also noted that they had underestimated the emotional strain the process had placed on faculty and students. By the middle of the 1980s, much of the rancor had subsided and budget reviews had become normal occurrences, even in sound fiscal years.

Another difficult issue faced by Shapiro concerned minority enrollment. After the BAM I strike in 1970, the university pledged to secure 10 percent Black enrollment. Despite efforts to achieve better results, the figure stood at 5.5 percent when Shapiro took office and 5.4 percent when he left. The percent of Black tenured and tenure-track faculty members remained unchanged during his presidency. In response to racist incidents on campus, and unhappiness with the progress made in increasing minority enrollment, students demonstrated in the Spring 1987 (BAM III). As a result, the university announced that new funds would be provided to secure more minority students and faculty members, grievance procedures were established, and a vice provost for minority affairs was appointed.

At the commencement exercises in December 1987, the university's board of regents awarded Shapiro an honorary degree. In addition to complimenting him on his leadership of the university during a time of fiscal crisis, and on the massive amount of building and renovation which took place during his presidency, the board cited Shapiro's efforts to strengthen the sciences, improve the faculty, and promote interdisciplinary research.

James Duderstadt

James Duderstadt was born on December 5, 1942, in Iowa and grew up in Carollton, Missouri, a rural, German, farming community. He earned his bachelor of engineering degree from Yale University (1964) and his M.S. (1965) and Ph.D. (1967) from the California Institute of Technology. He joined the University of Michigan in 1969 as an assistant professor of nuclear engineering and became associate professor in 1972 and professor in 1976. Duderstadt's nuclear engineering interests included nuclear power-controlled thermonuclear fusion, high-powered lasers, and supercomputers. In 1981 he was named dean of the College of Engineering and during the next five years, he oversaw the move of the college to the North Campus and the establishment of several new research centers and institutes. He was designated provost and vice president for academic affairs in 1986, and two years later, on June 10, 1988, the Board of Regents named him the eleventh president of the university. He married his wife, Anne, in 1964. They have two daughters: Susan and Kathy.

Duderstadt Administration (1988-1996)

When James J. Duderstadt took over as president of the University of Michigan in September 1988, he had ambitious plans to make the university a more culturally diverse, technologically advanced and financially secure institution. To a large extent, Duderstadt was successful in achieving these goals, although his eight year tenure as president was not without controversy.

One of Duderstadt's first actions as president was to introduce the Michigan Mandate, which was a plan to increase minority representation among faculty, staff and students at the university. The Michigan Mandate encouraged the recruiting and retention of minority students and faculty, and was also part of an effort to make the university a more welcoming, comfortable environment for members of minority groups. Minority representation among students increased from 15.4% in 1988 to 24.2% in 1994.

Another initiative which encouraged diversity on campus was an amendment to Regents' Bylaw 14.06, which prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation at the university. Duderstadt supported the amendment in spite of vehement opposition from some members of the university community and from elsewhere in the state.

Toward the end of his presidency, in April 1994, Duderstadt introduced an Agenda for Women, which was similar to the Michigan Mandate and was intended to improve the climate on campus for women. The goals of the agenda were broad, from increasing the numbers of women faculty and staff, to preventing sexual harassment and violence against women, to encouraging women's participation in non-traditional fields like science and engineering. While Duderstadt's efforts to promote diversity were often the source of controversy within the university community, a Michigan Daily editorial published the day after his resignation summed up his influence on these issues in a positive light: "There is still a long way to go, but [his] vision has been an essential catalyst for progress."

Duderstadt's main initiative in the area of finance, the Campaign for Michigan, was a highly successful capital campaign with a goal of raising $1 billion. The university endowment quadrupled to $1.3 billion, during Duderstadt's tenure as president. Placing the university on stable financial footing made it possible to carry out an ambitious effort to improve the school's infrastructure. Construction expenditures during Duderstadt's presidency are estimated to have been nearly $1 billion; large-scale projects included the Aerospace Building, a chemistry building, new engineering buildings on North Campus, and major renovations to Mott Children's Hospital and the Undergraduate Library.

As part of efforts to improve the university's national academic standing, Duderstadt increased the overall research budget, placed a strong emphasis on technological research and education, and created an Office of Technology Transfer. However, concerns about the quality of undergraduate education, particularly class size and the lack of personal attention, continued to be serious issues for students.

Other issues which were sources of controversy during Duderstadt's presidency were the deputization of campus police in 1991, which allowed them to carry guns, and what came to be known as "The Code." The latter - officially called the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities - was implemented in 1993 as a code of non-academic conduct for students. "The Code" was broadly cast. Perhaps its most controversial provisions were its attempts to deal with "hate speech" on campus, which many at the university believed were violations of students' freedom of speech. There were enough problems with "The Code" that it was treated as an interim policy, and by the end of Duderstadt's presidency, the regents were demanding that it be revised.

Duderstadt took an active interest in university athletics, promoting restructuring of the NCAA, gender equity, and better education for student athletes. However, another source of friction during his presidency involved his relations with the Athletic Department. In 1993, he chose Joe Roberson to be the university's new athletic director. A selection committee had presented Duderstadt with four candidates for the position, but Roberson had not even been interviewed for the job. This decision was very unpopular with some members of the Athletic Department and a small but vocal group of alumni. At the end of his presidency, with the support of the regents, Duderstadt made plans to have the central administration of the university oversee Athletic Department business transactions. This decision was made after the department sold rights to the university logo and colors to the Nike company for $7 million, and after ex-football coach Gary Moeller's contract was bought out for over $380,000.

Duderstadt's September 1995 announcement of his plan to resign in June 1996 caught most of the university community by surprise. The reasons he gave for resigning were that he had accomplished his major goals, and that he was eager to return to teaching and research as a member of the engineering faculty. The seemingly abrupt decision was the source of speculation about the motives for his resignation, however, Duderstadt had accomplished all his stated goals: the university was more culturally diverse, technologically advanced and in better financial condition than when he had taken office.

Upon his departure as president of the University of Michigan, Duderstadt returned to the classroom as Professor of Science and Technology at Michigan. In addition, he heads the Millennium Project. The Millennium Project is a research center in the Media Union concerned with the impact of technology on research and teaching. Information about current research and a selection of Duderstadt's "legacy documents" are available on-line at: http://milproj.ummu.umich.edu.

Researchers interested in the Duderstadt Administration should also consult the James J. Duderstadt Papers held at the Bentley Library.

Homer Neal

Homer Neal was born on June 13, 1942, in Franklin, Kentucky. He received his B.S. in physics from Indiana University in 1961, and an M.S. (1963) and Ph.D. (1966) from the University of Michigan. Neal taught at Indiana University from 1967 to 1981 and served as the dean of research and graduate development there from 1976 to 1981. From 1981 to 1986 he was the provost and vice president for academic affairs at the State University of New York Stony Brook.

Neal joined the U-M faculty in 1987 as professor and chair of the Department of Physics. He was named Vice President for Research in 1993, a position he held until being asked to served as interim president when James Duderstadt stepped down in June 1996. Although his tenure as interim president was brief, he did begin several initiatives which were carried on by his successor, including establishing the $450,000 President's New Century Fund for Diversity and developing programs to expand research opportunities for undergraduates. Neal was the first African-American president at the University.

After stepping down as interim president, Neal declined the opportunity to return to his position as Vice President for Research in favor of returning to his research in experimental high energy physics. He is the Samuel A. Goudsmit Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics at the University of Michigan and the Director of the ATLAS Project. He and his wife, Jean, were married in 1962 and have two children.

Lee Bollinger

Lee Bollinger was born on April 30, 1946, in Santa Rosa, California. He received a B.S. from the University of Oregon in 1968 and a J.D. from Columbia University in 1971. Bollinger joined the faculty of the University of Michigan Law School as an assistant professor in 1973. He rose to associate professor in 1976, full professor in 1979, and was appointed Dean of the Law School in 1987. Bollinger left Michigan for a brief time when he was named provost and professor of government at Dartmouth College in 1994. He returned to Michigan in February 1997 as the twelfth president of the University of Michigan. He stepped down in December 2001, after accepting the presidency of Columbia University.

A noted First Amendment scholar, Bollinger's publications include The Tolerant Society: Freedom of Speech and Extremist Speech in America (Oxford University Press, 1986) and Images of a Free Press (University of Chicago Press, 1991). Bollinger and his wife Jean Magnano, an artist, have two children.

Bollinger Administration (1997-2001)

When Lee Bollinger assumed the Presidency in February 1997, many heralded his arrival as the return of a native son and an opportunity to return academics to the forefront of the University's priorities. He oversaw a period of tremendous growth and prosperity during which both admissions applications and fundraising contributions rose to record levels.

Bollinger introduced new initiatives across disciplines at the university. In 1999 he launched the Life Sciences Initiative, a campus wide effort to coordinate and expand research in the life sciences, centered on the construction of a new Life Sciences Institute. Bollinger's passion for the arts led to plans for the construction of new performance spaces on campus, including the Walgreen Drama Center and the Arthur Miller Theater. Bollinger also brought the Royal Shakespeare Company to the university for a three-week residency in March 2001.

Campus planning was a major priority of Bollinger's presidency. He commissioned Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates to develop a new campus master plan to inform construction decisions around the university campus in succeeding years. Bollinger also set in motion the restoration of two campus landmarks, Hill Auditorium and the Rackham Building, as well as Mason and Haven Halls. Bollinger was also instrumental in the naming of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and securing the funding for the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Other milestones of the Bollinger administration included reports and recommendations issued by two major commissions appointed by the president: the Commission on the Undergraduate Experience, which examined how undergraduates are engaged at the university, and the Information Revolution Commission, which studied the university's relationship to evolving technologies.

Bollinger's tenure was not without controversies. The most visible were the ongoing lawsuits against the Law School and the College of Literature, Science and the Arts which argued that the university's admissions policies, which used race as one consideration in admissions decisions, were discriminatory. The lawsuits positioned the university at the center of the far-reaching debate over affirmative action in education, with Bollinger vigorously defending the university's practices and commitment to diversity to the university community and in national forums. The Athletics Department also saw controversy, with allegations of financial mismanagement, abrupt changes in personnel, and dissension over the university's continuing affiliation with Nike, which led to the creation of a Code of Conduct for manufacturers of apparel and other items licensed to display the school's logos.

Bollinger's relative approachability made him well-liked and respected by faculty, students, staff, and alumni alike. His annual 5K fun run for students and regular meetings with students and faculty were emblematic of his approach to community relations. His decision to leave Michigan for Columbia University in December 2001 was met with disappointment in many circles of the university community. B. Joseph White, Dean of the Business School from 1991 to 2001, was named interim president effective January 1, 2002.

B. Joseph White and White Administration (Interim, January 2002 -- July 2002)

A native of Michigan, White received his B.S. degree from Georgetown University in 1969, his M.B.A. degree from Harvard University in 1971, and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1975. He joined the University of Michigan faculty of the Ross School of Business Administration as a lecturer in 1973 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1975 and associate professor in 1978. In 1981, he took a leave of absence to join Cummins Engine Company, Inc., where he served as vice president for management development and vice president for personnel and public affairs. He returned to the University in 1987 as professor and associate dean of the Ross School of Business Administration. He was appointed interim dean in 1990 and dean in 1991. He served as dean until 2001. White was appointed the Wilbur K. Pierpont Collegiate Professor of Leadership in Management Education in 1999, and he served as interim president of the University of Michigan in 2002. In 2005 White was named dean emeritus of the Ross School of Business Administration and professor emeritus of business administration.

As interim president White dealt with several significant issues including the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, which claimed the lives of eighteen alumni, and the defense of the University's use of affirmative action in admissions. Professor White also continued to advance the Life Sciences Initiative, which had begun during President Bollinger's tenure.

Mary Sue Coleman

Mary Sue Coleman earned her undergraduate degree in chemistry from Grinnell College and her doctorate in biochemistry from the University of North Carolina. For 19 years she was a member of the biochemistry faculty at the University of Kentucky. As a biochemist, Coleman built a distinguished research career through her research on the immune system and malignancies. Her work in the sciences led to administrative appointments at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of New Mexico, where she served as provost and vice president for academic affairs. From 1995-2002, Coleman was president of the University of Iowa. In August 2002 Coleman was appointed the thirteenth president of the University of Michigan; she also holds appointments of professor of biological chemistry in the Medical School and professor of chemistry in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.

President Coleman and her husband, Kenneth Coleman, a political scientist specializing in Latin America, resided in the historic President's House on the University campus. They had one son, Jonathan, who worked as a portfolio manager in Denver, Colorado. (Taken from Mary Sue Coleman's biography, available through the UM Office of the President website.)

Coleman Administration (2002--2014)

Following her appointment as president in August 2002, Coleman unveiled several major initiatives designed to impact future generations of students, the intellectual life of the campus, and society at large. These initiatives included the interdisciplinary richness of the U-M, student residential life, diversity, the economic vitality of the state and nation, ethics in our society, global engagement, and issues related to health care.

Under her leadership, the University launched "The Michigan Difference," a campaign to raise $2.5 billion for the future of the institution. At its conclusion in December 2008, the campaign finale stood at $3,200,733,103 -- the most ever by a public university.

In 2004, Dr. Coleman also announced a groundbreaking partnership between the University and Google, which enabled the public to search the text of the University's 7-million-volume library and helped open the way to universal access and the preservation of recorded human knowledge.

Coleman was a strong advocate of diversity. She defended the use of affirmative action in admissions, a practice that was challenged in two lawsuits initiated during the Bollinger administration. After Michigan voters removed affirmative action from admissions in 2006 with passage of Proposal 2 (Michigan Civil Rights Initiative), Coleman launched the Diversity Blueprints Task Force to gather ideas for how the university could continue to achieve diversity without affirmative action. During Coleman's tenure, the number of minority Ph.D. recipients was in the top 10 nationally and there was notable growth in the number of minority faculty members and increasing enrollment of students who were the first in their families to attend college or came from low-income families.

Forging international partnerships, promoting global engagement, and strengthening ties with international alumni were priorities for Coleman. She traveled to China, South Africa, Ghana, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Brazil, and India to meet with higher education leaders. In 2006, the university and China's Shanghai Jiao Tong University launched a joint institute for undergraduates studying engineering in Shanghai. In 2008, the university established the African Studies Center to provide guidance and coordination for Africa-related education and research and to promote opportunities for collaboration with African partners. In 2013, Coleman visited India and signed agreements with Indian partners to expand research in medicine and social science. She and her husband gave $1 million for international study scholarships.

Strengthening support for research was another major Coleman initiative. Under her leadership, the university's annual research budget increased by 77 percent to more than $1.3 billion, the largest of any public university. One of the hallmarks of Coleman's tenure was the university's acquisition of the Pfizer global research headquarters in 2009. This property became the North Campus Research Complex, a center for multidisciplinary research groups, public-private partnerships, research support functions, and activities to strengthen and diversify Michigan's economy. Programs connected with research support included the Interdisciplinary Junior Faculty Initiative, and MCubed, which provided support for multidisciplinary research.

Coleman was deeply involved in economic development at the state and local levels. She was a founding president of the University Research Corridor (URC), an economic development collaboration with Michigan State and Wayne State universities and one of the major players in creating Ann Arbor SPARK, the regional economic development agency. She also strongly supported the U-M Tech Transfer and was involved with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Additionally, Coleman launched the U-M Business Engagement Center and was influential in increasing the number of course offerings in entrepreneurship.

During the Coleman administration, the university engaged in several major building projects, including North Quad, C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital, Weill Hall, Ross Business School complex, a new School of Nursing building, and a renovation of Michigan Stadium.

In 2013, Coleman announced that she would retire after June 2014 when her contract expired. Her plans after concluding her tenure included advocating at the national level for higher education and scientific research support and diversity as well as serving on the Advisory Committee to the Director of the National Institutes of Health and on the Board of Directors for Society for Science and the Public.

List of University of Michigan Presidents

1852 - 1863* Henry Tappan
1863 - 1869* Erastus Haven
1869 - 1871 Henry Frieze (Interim)
1877 Henry Frieze (Interim)
1880 - 1882* Henry Frieze (Interim)
1871 - 1909* James Angell
1909 - 1920* Harry Hutchins
1920 - 1925* Marion Burton
February - September 1925* Alfred Lloyd (Interim)
1925 - 1929* Clarence Little
1929 - 1951* Alexander Ruthven
1951 - 1967* Harlan Hatcher
January 1968 - December 1978 Robben Fleming
January 1979 - December 1979 Allan Smith (Interim)
January 1980 - December 1987 Harold Shapiro
January 1988 - August 1988 Robben Fleming (Interim)
September 1988 - June 1996 James Duderstadt
July 1996 - January 1997 Homer Neal (Interim)
February 1997 - December 2001 Lee Bollinger
January-August 2002 B. Joseph White (Interim)
August 2002 - June 2014 Mary Sue Coleman
July 2014 - Mark Schlissel

* Papers, including those from University of Michigan presidential tenure, are cataloged separately under the name of the individual.

Note: For insight into the life of a president's spouse, the researcher should consult the Bentley Library's printed works catalog for The Evolving Role of the President's Wife at The University of Michigan A Special Tea with Anne Hatcher, Sally Fleming, and Vivian Shapiro, Bentley Library Bulletin, no. 37 (FImuiD1:E93).


Collection Scope and Content Note

The records of the University of Michigan President contain the central files created and collected by the President and members of the President's staff. There is some content inherited from earlier presidents, but the record group effectively begins in 1967 with the administration of Robben W. Fleming and continues through successive administrations. (Records of Presidents prior to Fleming are cataloged under the name of the individual office holder).

The University of Michigan President's records are organized into the following series: Topical Files; Schools and Colleges Files; Supplemental Files; Search Files; Committee Appointment Files; Development; Facilities; Freedom of Information Act; Audio-Visual Material Files; Ephemera; Archived Website. Three first three series are major recurring series (Topical, Schools and Colleges, and Supplemental Files). The additional series (Committee Appointment; Searches; Development; Facilities; Freedom of Information Act; Audio-Visual Material Files; Ephemera; Archived Website) are not consistently created or predictably transferred.

Although the series are collectively described, the actual ordering of the boxes in the contents listing are not necessarily consecutive given the timing and sequence of transfers. For a summary bringing all boxes together under a particular series, see the Summary Contents list for a collective representation of boxes.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Michigan mandate.
  • Affirmative action programs -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Affirmative action programs -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Athletics -- Michigan.
  • Campus planning -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Demonstrations -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Educational fund raising -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Freedom of speech -- United States.
  • Jews -- Education, Higher -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Labor movement -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Minorities -- Education -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Minority college students -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Multiculturalism -- Michigan.
  • Nobel Prizes.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.
  • Social justice -- South Africa.
  • Student movements -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements.
  • Women in education -- Michigan.
  • Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Intellectual life.
  • Demonstrations -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • University of Michigan. Inauguration (Robben W. Fleming), 1967.
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements.
  • Digital file formats.
  • Drawings.
  • Motion pictures.
  • Paintings.
  • Photographs.
  • Videotapes.
  • Bollinger, Lee C., 1946-
  • Coleman, Mary Sue.
  • Fleming, R. W. (Robben Wright), 1916-2010.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
  • Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005.
  • Smith, Allan Frederick, 1971-
  • Veltman, Martinus.
  • White, B. Joseph.
  • Campaign for Michigan.
  • Royal Shakespeare Company.
  • University of Michigan -- Finance.
  • University of Michigan -- Planning.
  • University of Michigan -- Research.
  • University of Michigan -- Sports.
  • University of Michigan -- Students -- Political activity.
  • University of Michigan -- Students -- Social life and customs -- 1961-1970.
  • University of Michigan. College of Engineering.
  • University of Michigan. President.
  • University of Michigan. Replacement Hospital Project.
  • University of Michigan. Task Force on Climate Issues.
  • University of Michigan. Task Force on Violence Against Women.
  • Venturi Scott Brown and Associates.
  • Black Action Movement (University of Michigan)
  • Bollinger, Lee C., 1946-
  • Angell, Robert Cooley, 1899-1984.
  • Bollinger, Lee C., 1946-
  • Bstan-'dzin-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama XIV, 1935-
  • Bush, Barbara, 1925-
  • Bush, George, 1924-
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
  • Crisler, H. O. (Herbert Orin), 1899-1982.
  • Duderstadt, James J., 1942-
  • Engler, John, 1948-
  • Fleming, R. W. (Robben Wright), 1916-2010.
  • Fleming family.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
  • Inglis family.
  • Inglis House (University of Michigan)
  • Losh, Hazel Marie, 1898-1978.
  • Neal, Homer A.
  • President's House (University of Michigan)
  • Ross, Arthur M., 1916-1970.
  • Shapiro, Harold T., 1935-
  • Sussman, Alfred S.
  • University of Michigan -- Commencements.
  • University of Michigan -- Football.
  • University of Michigan -- Students -- Political activity.
  • University of Michigan. School of Music.
  • Bollinger, Lee C., 1946-
  • Coleman, Mary Sue.
  • Duderstadt, James J., 1942-
  • Fleming, R. W. (Robben Wright), 1916-2010.
  • Neal, Homer A.
  • Shapiro, Harold T., 1935-
  • Smith, Allan Frederick, 1911-
  • White, B. Joseph.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Topical Files 1967/68-2008/09 [series]

The Topical Files series comprises the majority of the records received from the Office of the President and document the many issues with which the president must deal on a daily basis. The series are arranged chronologically by academic year, and within each series folders are arranged by topic.

When researching any aspect of a particular administration's history, the researcher should begin by searching these files. When looking for materials on a given individual, the researcher is advised to search under the last name, or, when applicable, the name of office, firm, or organization with which he/she worked. If nothing is found, the researcher should try searching under the subject matter heading that the materials concern. It is often helpful to look at files from both the academic year in question and the following year. There are times when materials from one year will have materials attached from a previous year, copies of which may or may not be in that previous year's files. For example, researchers interested in the major issues of the Fleming administration will find interesting materials under such headings as "Affirmative Action," "Disruptions," "Residential College," and "Women." Documents pertaining to the BAM III protest can be found under the 1987 heading "Racism," and a review of the "Budget" files from the years of Harold Shapiro's tenure is the best introduction to the fiscal crisis of the 1980s. (For additional information on the fiscal crisis, the researcher should consult the record group University of Michigan Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.)

 
1967-1968 [subseries]
Box   1  
A-General
Box   1  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for
Box   1  
Academic Freedom
Box   1  
Accreditation of University Units
Box   1  
Acts/Bills (Glossary)
Box   1  
Affirmative Action Programs
Box   1  
Alumni, University
Box   1  
Alumni Association
Box   1  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Compensation Report
 
Ann Arbor
Box   1  
Ann Arbor City Council
Box   1  
City/University Relations
Box   1  
General
Box   1  
Anonymous/Asylum (crank letters)
Box   1  
Architecture and Design, College of
 
Athletics
Box   1  
General
Box   1  
Reorganization of Physical Education and Athletic Department (2 folders)
Box   1  
Board-in-Control of Intercollegiate Athletics
Box   1  
Council of Ten
Box   1  
Intercollegiate Athletics
Box   1  
Autonomy, University
 
Awards, University
Box   1  
Glossary
Box   1  
Outstanding Achievement Award
Box   1  
B-General
Box   1  
Barbour Scholarship
Box   1  
BAM (Black Action Movement)
Box   1  
Bentley, Alvin M. (Regent)
Box   1  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   1  
Briggs, Robert P. (Regent)
Box   1  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
 
Budget
Box   1  
University
Box   1  
Tuition Increase
Box   1  
Bylaws
Box   1  
C-General
 
Centers
Box   1  
General
Box   1  
Continuing Education of Women (CEW)
Box   1  
Study of Higher Education
Box   1  
Cinema Guild
Box   1  
Civil Rights Commission
Box   1  
Classified Research (historical & yearly cross file)
Box   1  
Clements Library
 
Committees
 
External
Box   1  
Glossary
Box   1  
State Technical Services Evaluation
 
Internal
Box   1  
Glossary
Box   1  
President's Commission on the Role of Students in Decision-Making
 
Complaints
Box   1  
General
Box   1  
Admissions
Box   1  
Affirmative Action
Box   1  
Alumni
Box   1  
Faculty/Staff
Box   1  
President Fleming (about)
Box   1  
Students
Box   1  
Teaching Fellows
Box   1  
Tuition Increases
Box   1  
University Housing
Box   1  
"Compliance"
Box   1  
Computer Network
Box   1  
Conduct, Rules of (Schools)
Box   2  
Consortia
Box   2  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   2  
Course Evaluation Project
Box   2  
Cross, Robert N. (Administrative Assistant, Office of the Executive Vice President)
Box   2  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   2  
Curriculum Innovation
Box   2  
Cutler, Richard L. (Vice President for Student Affairs)
Box   2  
D-General
Box   2  
Detroit
Box   2  
Detroit Economic Club
Box   2  
Discipline, Student
 
Disruptions
Box   2  
Other Schools
 
University of Michigan
Box   2  
Accolades or Approval
Box   2  
Complaints and Criticism
Box   2  
Demands, Summaries, etc.
Box   2  
Proposed Administrative Procedures
Box   2  
Students Involved
Box   2  
Student Letters
Box   2  
E-General
Box   2  
Education, School of, Review
Box   2  
Endowed Chairs
Box   2  
Engineering, College of
Box   2  
Environmental Sciences, School of (proposed)
Box   2  
Equal Opportunity
Box   2  
Executive Officers' Meetings
Box   2  
Extension Service
Box   2  
F-General
Box   2  
Faculty Recruitment and Retention
Box   2  
Federal Funding of Higher Education and Research
Box   2  
Fees
Box   2  
Fellowships/Scholarships (Glossary)
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   2  
Accolades
Box   2  
Notes, Miscellaneous
Box   2  
Personal
Box   2  
Flint College (includes Citizens' Committee and Community Colleges)
Box   2  
Football (Social Activities)
Box   2  
Ford Foundation
Box   2  
Foreign Visitors' Program
Box   2  
Fraternities
Box   2  
Frye, Billy E.
Box   2  
G-General
Box   2  
Goebel, Paul G. (Regent)
Box   2  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   2  
Grievance Procedures
Box   2  
H-General
Box   2  
Haber, William (Dean, College of Literature, Science and the Arts)
Box   2  
Hatcher, Harlan (President)
Box   2  
Hays, William L. (Associate Dean, College of Literature, Science and the Arts)
Box   2  
Health Service
Box   2  
Honors Council, Honors Programs
Box   2  
Housing (Faculty and Student)
Box   2  
Hubbard, William N. (Dean, Medical School)
Box   2  
Huebner, Gertrude V. (Regent)
Box   2  
Human Relations Commission
Box   3  
I-General
 
Institutes
Box   3  
Glossary
Box   3  
Institute for Social Research (ISR)
Box   3  
International Center
Box   3  
International Studies and Programs
Box   3  
Invitations (to organizations, etc., to hold meetings at UM)
Box   3  
J-General
Box   3  
Junior Year Abroad Programs
Box   3  
K-General
Box   3  
Kennedy, Richard L. (Executive Director, Sesquicentennial Office)
Box   3  
L-General
Box   3  
Law School
Box   3  
Law Library
Box   3  
Lawyers Club
Box   3  
Library Science, Department/School of
Box   3  
Library, University
 
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   3  
Black Programs
 
Committees
Box   3  
Dean Search
Box   3  
Reports
Box   3  
Correspondence
Box   3  
Curriculum
Box   3  
Dean's Correspondence (cross file)
Box   3  
Departments
Box   3  
Department of Psychology
Box   3  
Minutes
Box   3  
Space
Box   3  
M-General
Box   3  
Matthaei, Frederick C., Jr. (Regent)
Box   3  
Medical School
Box   3  
Mental Health Research Institute (MHRI)
Box   3  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   3  
Michigan, State of
Box   3  
Michigan Association of Colleges & Universities
Box   3  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   4  
Michigan Department of Education
Box   4  
Michigan Education Research Information Triad, Inc. (MERIT/MICIS)
Box   4  
Michigan Executive Offices (Governor, Budget Director)
Box   4  
Michigan Legislature
Box   4  
Michigan Senate Appropriations Committee
Box   4  
Michigan State University
Box   4  
Michigan Quarterly Review
Box   4  
Museums, University
Box   4  
Music, School of
Box   4  
N-General
Box   4  
National
Box   4  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
Box   4  
National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences
Box   4  
Natural Resources, School of
 
Negro
Box   4  
Academic Programs, Students, Faculty
Box   4  
General
Box   4  
Newell, Barbara (Assistant to the President)
Box   4  
Niehuss, Marvin L. (Executive Vice President)
Box   4  
Norman, A. G. (Vice President for Research)
Box   4  
North Central Association
Box   4  
Nursing, School of
Box   4  
O-General
Box   4  
Opportunity Award Programs
Box   4  
Organizational Charts (University)
Box   4  
Orientation Materials
Box   4  
Out of State Student Enrollment
Box   4  
Overberger, Charles G. (Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry)
Box   4  
P-General
Box   4  
Parking
Box   4  
Pharmacy, College of
 
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   4  
General
Box   4  
Budget Data
Box   4  
Plant Extension
Box   4  
Police on Campus
Box   4  
Power Foundation (Exchange Scholarship)
Box   4  
Press Conferences
Box   4  
Professional Theatre Program (PTP)
Box   4  
Programs, proposed
Box   4  
Public Health, School of
Box   4  
Q-General
Box   4  
R-General
Box   4  
Rackham (Horace H.) Board of Governors
Box   4  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   4  
Recruiting/Recruitment
Box   4  
Regents, Board of
Box   4  
Religious Affairs, Office of
Box   4  
Requests, Unusual
Box   4  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman)
Box   4  
Research Administration, Office of
Box   4  
Research (classified and unclassified), Historical
Box   4  
Residential College
Box   5  
Retirees & Retirement
Box   5  
Ross, Arthur M. (Vice President for State Relations and Planning)
Box   5  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   5  
Russel (Henry) Lectureship, Russel Award
Box   5  
S-General
Box   5  
Scholarships, Glossary
Box   5  
Schools and Programs, proposed
Box   5  
SDS (Students for Democratic Society)
Box   5  
Selective Service (and Draft Deferment)
Box   5  
Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA)
Box   5  
Senate, University
Box   5  
Senate Committees
Box   5  
Sesquicentennial, University
Box   5  
Siegel, K.M.
Box   5  
Smith, Otis M. (Regent)
Box   5  
Social Work, School of
Box   5  
Space Needs
Box   5  
Spurr, Stephen H. (Dean of Rackham)
Box   5  
Staff Benefits, Office of
Box   5  
Stirton, William E. (Vice President and Director, Dearborn Campus)
Box   5  
Student (Activities, Rights, Role, etc.)
Box   5  
Student Affairs, Office of Vice President for
Box   5  
Student Government Council
Box   5  
Student Organizations
Box   5  
Student Publications
Box   5  
Study Abroad Programs
Box   5  
Summer Camp Programs
Box   5  
Surveys (Documents & Glossary)
Box   5  
T-General
Box   5  
Teacher/Course Evaluation Studies (historical)
Box   5  
Teaching Fellows
Box   5  
Television Center
Box   5  
Theatre, Building
Box   5  
Thurber, Donald M.D. (Regent)
Box   5  
Travel (Foreign) Restrictions
Box   5  
Trimester (historical)
Box   5  
U-General
 
United States
Box   5  
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Box   5  
Governmental Departments & Agencies, excluding HEW
Box   5  
Legislature
Box   5  
University (Accolades & Criticism)
Box   5  
University Council
Box   5  
UM Credit Union
Box   5  
University (Development)
Box   5  
University Hospital
Box   5  
University Housing
Box   5  
University Musical Society (UMS)
Box   5  
University of Michigan Rankings
Box   5  
Universities Research Association, Inc.
Box   6  
V-General
Box   6  
Vehicle Regulations
Box   6  
Vietnam
Box   6  
W-General
Box   6  
Western Michigan University
Box   6  
Williams, Robert L. (Administrative Dean, Academic Affairs)
Box   6  
Willow Run Airport Laboratories
Box   6  
Wolfson Trusts
Box   6  
Women's Hours and Visitation
 
1968-1969 [subseries]
Box   6  
A-General
Box   6  
Academic Affairs Advisory Council
Box   6  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Allan Smith)
Box   6  
Accreditation
Box   6  
Acts and Bills (Glossary)
Box   6  
Admissions Office
Box   6  
Affirmative Action Programs
Box   6  
Africa, Junior Year Abroad
Box   6  
Afro-American Studies Programs
Box   6  
Alumni Association
Box   6  
American
Box   6  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
Box   6  
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Box   6  
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Box   6  
American Council on Education (ACE)
 
Ann Arbor
Box   6  
General
Box   6  
City/University Relations
Box   6  
Anonymous/Asylum (crank letters)
Box   6  
Architecture and Design, College of
Box   6  
Argonne Universities Association
Box   6  
Association of American Colleges
Box   6  
Association of American Universities
Box   6  
Athletics
Box   6  
Awards (glossary)
Box   6  
B-General
Box   6  
Barbour Scholarship
Box   6  
Bentley, Alvin M. (Regent)
Box   6  
Black (Faculty/Students)
Box   6  
Boards (Board of...)
Box   6  
Bookstore, Student
Box   6  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   6  
Buildings (Classrooms & Offices)
Box   6  
Bureaus
Box   6  
Business Administration, School of
Box   6  
Bylaws
Box   6  
C-General
Box   6  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Human Relations Coordinator)
 
Centers
Box   6  
General, Glossary
Box   6  
Continuing Education of Women (CEW)
Box   6  
Research on Learning & Teaching (CRLT)
Box   6  
Study of Higher Education
Box   6  
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
Box   6  
Clements Library
Box   6  
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Dean, School of Education)
Box   6  
Collections
Box   6  
Commendations and Congratulations
Box   7  
Committees
Box   7  
External, Glossary
 
Internal
Box   7  
Glossary
Box   7  
President's Commission on the Role of Students in Decision-Making
Box   7  
Community Colleges
 
Complaints
Box   7  
Disruptions
Box   7  
President Fleming (about)
Box   7  
General (3 folders)
Box   7  
"Compliance"
Box   7  
Consulting (by faculty)
Box   7  
Cordish, Joel
Box   7  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   7  
Course Evaluation
Box   7  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   7  
Cutler, Richard L. (Special Assistant for Urban Affairs)
Box   7  
D-General
Box   7  
Dearborn Campus
Box   7  
Dentistry, School of
Box   7  
Detroit
Box   7  
Development Office
Box   7  
Dionysus '69
Box   7  
Discipline (Student/Faculty)
 
Disruptions
Box   7  
Federal Legislation
Box   7  
Complaints
Box   7  
Other Schools
Box   7  
General
Box   7  
University of Michigan
Box   7  
Drugs
Box   7  
Dunn, Gerald R. (Regent)
Box   7  
E-General
Box   7  
Economic Opportunity (information and programs)
Box   7  
Education, School of
Box   7  
Endowed Chairs/Professorships
Box   7  
Endowments
Box   7  
Engineering, College of
Box   7  
Enrollment
Box   7  
Estates
Box   7  
Exchange Program
Box   7  
Extension Service
Box   7  
F-General
Box   7  
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Box   7  
Fees
Box   7  
Fellowships/Scholarships (Glossary)
Box   7  
Financial Aid, Office of
Box   7  
"Flaming Creatures"
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   7  
Accolades
Box   7  
Statements and Miscellaneous Notes
Box   7  
Personal
Box   8  
Flint College (plus Citizens Committee and Community Colleges)
Box   8  
Football (Social Activities)
Box   8  
Ford Foundation
Box   8  
Fraternities
Box   8  
Fulbright-Hays Awards
 
Fund Raising
Box   8  
Programs
Box   8  
Confidential
Box   8  
Funds/Gifts (Glossary)
Box   8  
G-General
Box   8  
Gendell, Julien
Box   8  
Gifts
Box   8  
Goebel, Paul G. (Regent)
Box   8  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   8  
Grievance Procedures
Box   8  
Grievances (Faculty)
Box   8  
H-General
Box   8  
Haber, William (Advisor to Executive Officers)
Box   8  
Hatcher, Harlan (President Emeritus)
Box   8  
Health Service
Box   8  
Heyns, Roger W.
Box   8  
Honorary Degrees
Box   8  
Hospital Director Search Committee
Box   8  
Hospital Study and Advisory Committee
Box   8  
Housing (Faculty and Student)
Box   8  
Huebner, Gertrude V. (Regent)
Box   8  
Human Experimentation
Box   8  
I-General
 
Institutes
 
External
Box   8  
General
Box   8  
Institute for Defense Analysis
 
Internal
Box   8  
General
Box   8  
Highway Safety Research Institute
Box   8  
Institute for Social Research (ISR)
Box   8  
Institutional Research, Office of
Box   8  
Insurance
Box   8  
Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants
Box   8  
Introduction, Letters of
Box   8  
Investments, University
Box   8  
Issues
Box   8  
J-General
Box   8  
Junior Year Abroad Programs
Box   8  
K-General
Box   8  
Kellogg (W.K.) Foundation
Box   8  
King, Martin Luther, Fund
Box   8  
L-General
Box   8  
Law School
Box   8  
Lawyers Club
Box   8  
Library, University (including School of Library Science)
Box   8  
Lindemer, Lawrence B. (Regent)
Box   8  
Lists
Box   8  
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   9  
M-General
Box   9  
Matthaei, Frederick C., Jr. (Regent)
Box   9  
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Box   9  
Medical Center
Box   9  
Medical School
Box   9  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   9  
Michigan, State of
Box   9  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   9  
Michigan Daily
Box   9  
Michigan Historical Collections
Box   9  
Michigan Legislature, Committee Members
 
Michigan State Offices
Box   9  
General
Box   9  
Department of Education
Box   9  
Michigan-State Plan for Higher Education
Box   9  
Michigan State University
Box   9  
Michigan Union
Box   9  
Milliken, William G. (Governor)
Box   9  
Mott, C.S. Harding
Box   9  
Museums, University
Box   9  
N-General
Box   9  
National
Box   9  
National Academy of Sciences
Box   9  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Box   9  
General
 
Grants
Box   9  
General
Box   9  
Acceptances and Rejects
Box   9  
Natural Resources, School of
Box   9  
Nederlander, Robert E. (Regent)
Box   9  
Negro
Box   9  
Netherlands Visiting Professorship
Box   9  
Newell, Barbara W. (Acting Vice President for Student Affairs)
Box   9  
Norman, A.G. (Vice President for Research)
Box   9  
North Central Association
Box   9  
O-General
Box   9  
Obscenity
Box   9  
Observatories
Box   9  
Opportunity Award Program
Box   9  
Out of State Student Enrollment
Box   9  
Outstanding Achievement Awards
Box   9  
P-General
Box   9  
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   9  
Plant Extension
Box   9  
Power, Eugene B.
Box   10  
President's Club
Box   10  
President's Commission on the Role of the Students in Decision-making
Box   10  
"President's Letter"
Box   10  
President's Report
Box   10  
Professional Theatre Program (PTP)
Box   10  
Programs, proposed
Box   10  
Public Health, School of
Box   10  
Q-General
Box   10  
Questionnaires
Box   10  
R-General
Box   10  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   10  
Regents, Board of
Box   10  
Registrar, Office of (Statistics)
Box   10  
Religious Affairs, Office of
Box   10  
Requests (Unusual)
Box   10  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman)
Box   10  
Research (Classified/Unclassified)
Box   10  
Residential College
Box   10  
Romney, George (Michigan Governor)
Box   10  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   10  
S-General
Box   10  
Senate and Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA)
Box   10  
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Box   10  
Scholarships (Glossary)
Box   10  
S.D.S. (Students for Democratic Society)
Box   10  
Smith, Otis M. (Regent)
Box   10  
Sororities/Fraternities
Box   10  
Spurr, Stephen H. (Dean, Rackham)
Box   10  
State Plan for Higher Education
Box   11  
State Technical Services Act
Box   11  
Student (Aid, Activities, Rights, Role)
Box   11  
Student Disruptions and Discipline
Box   11  
Student Government
Box   11  
Student Government Council
Box   11  
Student Organizations
Box   11  
Student Publications
Box   11  
Student Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Acting Vice President B. Newell)
Box   11  
Surveys
Box   11  
T-General
Box   11  
Television Center (TV-Instruction)
Box   11  
Theatre (Power Center)
Box   11  
Tropical Studies, Organization for (OTS)
Box   11  
Trusts
Box   11  
Tutorial Projects
Box   11  
U-General
Box   11  
Unions
 
United States
Box   11  
Governmental Departments and Agencies
Box   11  
Department of Health, Education & Welfare (HEW)
Box   11  
Legislature
Box   11  
Universities Research Association, Inc.
Box   11  
University (Accolades and Criticism)
Box   11  
University Center for Adult Education (UCAE)
Box   11  
University Hospital
Box   11  
University Housing
Box   11  
University Musical Society (UMS)
Box   11  
University School
Box   11  
Upjohn Center for Clinical Pharmacology
Box   11  
Urban Affairs and the U-M
Box   11  
V-General
Box   11  
W-General
Box   11  
Washtenaw County
Box   11  
Wayne County Community College
Box   11  
Wayne State University
Box   11  
Williams, Robert L. (Administrative Dean, Academic Affairs)
Box   11  
Willow Run Airport Laboratories
Box   11  
Wills
Box   11  
XYZ-General
 
1969-1970 [subseries]
Box   12  
A (General)
Box   12  
Accreditation
Box   12  
Acts/Bills (Glossary)
Box   12  
Admissions Office
Box   12  
Affirmative Action Programs
Box   12  
Africa, Junior Year Abroad
Box   12  
Afro-American Studies Program
Box   12  
Alumni Association
Box   12  
American
Box   12  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
Box   12  
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Box   12  
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Box   12  
American Council on Education (ACE)
Box   12  
Ann Arbor
Box   12  
Anonymous/Asylum (letters)
Box   12  
Architecture and Design, College of
Box   12  
Association of American Colleges
Box   12  
Association of American Universities (AAU)
Box   12  
Athletics
Box   12  
Attorney's Office
Box   12  
Awards (glossary)
Box   12  
B-General
Box   12  
Band (University)
Box   12  
Bentley (A.M. & H.P.) Chair in History
Box   12  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   12  
Blues Festival
Box   12  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   12  
Buildings (classrooms and offices)
Box   12  
Bureaus
Box   12  
Business Administration, School of
Box   12  
Bylaws
Box   12  
C-General
Box   12  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Assistant to the President for Human Relations Affairs)
Box   12  
Centers (Glossary)
Box   12  
Collections
Box   12  
Commendations and Congratulations
 
Committees
Box   12  
External (Glossary)
Box   12  
Internal (Glossary)
Box   12  
Council for Financial Aid to Education
 
Complaints
Box   12  
Disruptions
Box   12  
President Fleming (about)
Box   12  
General (3 folders)
Box   12  
Condolence Letters
Box   12  
Conflict of Interest
Box   12  
Consortia
Box   12  
Cooperative, University
Box   12  
Corporate Responsibility
Box   12  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   12  
Course Evaluation
Box   12  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   13  
D-General
Box   13  
Dearborn Campus
Box   13  
Detroit
Box   13  
Development Office/Development Council
Box   13  
Discipline (Student/Faculty)
 
Disruptions
Box   13  
Complaints
Box   13  
Other Schools
Box   13  
General
Box   13  
Drugs
Box   13  
E-General
Box   13  
Economic Opportunity (Information & Programs)
Box   13  
Education, School of
Box   13  
Endowments
Box   13  
Engineering, College of
Box   13  
Environment (Teach-In-Enact)
Box   13  
Estates
Box   13  
Exchange Programs
Box   13  
Extension Service
Box   13  
F-General
Box   13  
Fees
 
Fellowships/Scholarships
Box   13  
External
Box   13  
Internal
Box   13  
Financial Aid, Office of
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   13  
Accolades
Box   13  
Statements and Miscellaneous Notes
Box   13  
Personal
Box   13  
Flint College (plus Citizens Committee and Community Colleges)
Box   13  
Ford Foundation
Box   13  
Fricke, Benno (Director, Evaluations and Examinations Office)
Box   13  
Fundraising Programs
Box   13  
Funds/Gifts (Glossary)
Box   13  
G-General
Box   13  
Gay Liberation Front
Box   13  
Goebel, Paul G. (Regent)
Box   13  
Governing Boards, Association of
Box   13  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   13  
H-General
Box   13  
Haber, William (Advisor to Executive Officers)
Box   13  
Housing (Faculty/Student)
Box   13  
Hubbard, William N. (Dean, Medical School)
Box   13  
Huebner, Gertrude V. (Regent)
Box   13  
I-General
 
Institutes
Box   13  
External
Box   13  
Internal--Highway Safety Research Institute
Box   13  
Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants
Box   13  
Introduction, Letters of
Box   13  
J-General
Box   13  
K-General
Box   13  
Kellogg (W.K.) Foundation
Box   13  
King, Martin Luther, Fund
Box   14  
L-General
Box   14  
Law School
Box   14  
Library, University (including School of Library Science)
Box   14  
Lindemer, Lawrence B. (Regent)
Box   14  
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   14  
M-General
Box   14  
Medical Center
Box   14  
Medical School
Box   14  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   14  
Michigan, State of
Box   14  
Michigan Coordinating Board for Higher Education
Box   14  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   14  
Michigan Daily Newsclippings
Box   14  
Michigan Legislature, Committee Members
Box   14  
Michigan Rendezvous, Expo '70
Box   14  
Michigan Society of Fellows
 
Michigan State Offices
Box   14  
Executive Offices, Departments, Divisions
Box   14  
Department of Education
Box   14  
Michigan-State Plan for Higher Education
Box   14  
Michigan State University
Box   14  
Michigan Union
Box   14  
Midwestern Universities Research Association (MURA)
Box   14  
Milliken, William G. (Michigan Governor)
Box   14  
Minorities
Box   14  
Mott, C.S. Harding
Box   14  
Mott (C.S.) Children's Hospital
Box   14  
Murders (in Ann Arbor area)
Box   14  
Museums, University
Box   14  
Music, School of
Box   14  
N-General
Box   14  
National
Box   14  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
Box   14  
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Box   14  
Natural Resources, School of
Box   14  
Nederlander, Robert E. (Regent)
Box   14  
Negro
Box   14  
Nixon, Richard M. (U.S. President)
Box   14  
Norman, A.G. (Vice President for Research)
Box   15  
O-General
Box   15  
Opportunity Award Program
Box   15  
Osteopathic Medicine
Box   15  
P-General
Box   15  
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   15  
Political Process, Student Participation in
Box   15  
President's Club
Box   15  
President's Letters, Reports, etc.
Box   15  
"Princeton Plan"
Box   15  
Programs (new or proposed)
Box   15  
Q-General
Box   15  
Quaal, Ward L.
Box   15  
Questionnaires
Box   15  
R-General
Box   15  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   15  
Recruitment
Box   15  
Regents, Board of
Box   15  
Requests (Unusual)
Box   15  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman)
Box   15  
Research (Classified/Unclassified)
Box   15  
Rose Bowl
Box   15  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   15  
S-General
Box   15  
Senate, Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA)
Box   15  
Saginaw Valley College
Box   15  
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Box   15  
S.D.S. (Students for Democratic Society)
Box   15  
Selective Service
Box   15  
Senate, Senate Assembly, SACUA
Box   15  
Smith, Otis M. (Regent)
Box   15  
Spurr, Stephen H. (Dean, Rackham)
Box   15  
Students (Aid, Activities, Rights, Role)
Box   15  
Student Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Acting Vice President B. Newell)
Box   15  
Student Government Council (SGC)
Box   15  
Student Organizations
Box   15  
Student Publications
Box   15  
Students for Effective Action (SEA)
Box   15  
Study Abroad Program
Box   15  
Surveys
Box   15  
T-General
Box   15  
Tarrant, Shawn (Housing)
Box   15  
Teaching Fellows
Box   15  
Theatre
Box   15  
Tonsor, Stephen (Professor)
Box   15  
Tutorial Project
Box   15  
U-General
Box   15  
Unions
 
United States
Box   15  
Congress (members)
Box   15  
Governmental Departments & Agencies
Box   15  
Department of Health, Education & Welfare (HEW)
Box   15  
Universities Research Association, Inc.
Box   15  
University of Michigan (Accolades and Criticism)
Box   15  
University Center for Adult Education (UCAE)
Box   15  
University Hospital
Box   16  
V-General
Box   16  
Vietnam
Box   16  
W-General
Box   16  
Walter, Erich A. (Assistant Emeritus to the President)
Box   16  
Washtenaw County
Box   16  
Wayne County Community College
Box   16  
Wayne State University
Box   16  
Wheeler, Albert H. (Professor)
Box   16  
Williams, Robert L. (Administrative Dean, Academic Affairs)
Box   16  
Willow Run Laboratories
Box   16  
XYZ-General
 
1970-1971 [subseries]
Box   16  
A-General
Box   16  
Academic Affairs Advisory Council
Box   16  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Allan F. Smith)
Box   16  
Accreditation
Box   16  
Acts/Bills (Glossary)
Box   16  
Admissions
Box   16  
Affirmative Action Programs
Box   16  
Africa
Box   16  
Afro-American Studies Program
Box   16  
Alumni Association
Box   16  
American
Box   16  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
Box   16  
American Council on Education (ACE)
Box   16  
Ann Arbor
Box   16  
Anonymous/Asylum (letters)
Box   16  
Appointments/Promotions Procedures
Box   16  
Architecture and Design, College of
Box   16  
Argonne Universities Association
Box   17  
Association of American Universities (AAU)
Box   17  
General (2 folders)
Box   17  
Council on Federal Relations
Box   17  
Association of Governing Boards
 
Athletics
Box   17  
General
Box   17  
Women
Box   17  
Attorney's Office
Box   17  
Autonomy
Box   17  
Awards
Box   17  
B-General
Box   17  
Band (University)
Box   17  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   17  
Blues Festival
Box   17  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   17  
Budget (Statistics)
Box   17  
Budgeting
Box   17  
Buildings (classrooms and offices)
Box   17  
Bureaus
Box   17  
Business Administration, School of
Box   17  
Bylaws
Box   17  
C-General
Box   18  
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education
Box   18  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Assistant to the President for Human Relations Affairs)
Box   18  
Centers (Glossary)
Box   18  
Christensen, Craig W. (University Attorney)
Box   18  
Clements Library
Box   18  
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Dean, School of Education)
Box   18  
Collections
Box   18  
Commendations and Congratulations
 
Committees
Box   18  
External (Glossary)
Box   18  
Internal (Glossary)
Box   18  
Community Colleges
 
Complaints
Box   18  
Disruptions
Box   18  
President Fleming (about)
Box   18  
General (3 folders)
Box   18  
Computer Network
Box   18  
Condolence Letters
Box   18  
Conflict of Interest
Box   18  
Consortia
Box   18  
Cordish, Joel
Box   18  
Corporate Responsibility
Box   18  
Council for Financial Aid to Education
Box   18  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   18  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   18  
Cutler, Richard L. (Special Assistant for Urban Affairs)
Box   19  
D-General
Box   19  
Deans, Letters to
Box   19  
Dearborn Campus
Box   19  
Detroit
Box   19  
Development Office/Development Council
Box   19  
Discipline (Students/Faculty)
Box   19  
Discrimination
 
Disruptions
Box   19  
Complaints
Box   19  
Other Schools
Box   19  
General
Box   19  
Drugs
Box   19  
Dunn, Gerald R. (Regent)
Box   19  
E-General
Box   19  
Education, School of
Box   19  
EDUCOM
Box   19  
Engineering College
Box   19  
Environment (includes ENACT)
Box   19  
Equal Employment Opportunity
Box   19  
Estates
Box   19  
Exchange Programs
Box   19  
Executive Officers
Box   19  
Expeditions
Box   19  
Extension Service
Box   19  
F-General
Box   19  
Faculty Reform Coalition
Box   19  
Fauri, Fedele F. (Vice President for State Relations and Planning)
Box   19  
Fees
 
Fellowships/Scholarships
Box   19  
External
Box   19  
Internal
Box   19  
Financial Aid, Office of
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   19  
Accolades
Box   19  
Statements and Miscellaneous Notes
Box   19  
Personal
Box   19  
Flint College (includes Citizens Committee and Community Colleges)
Box   19  
Football (Social Activities)
Box   19  
Ford Foundation
Box   19  
Foreign Student Inquiries
Box   19  
Francis, Thomas, Jr., M.D.
Box   20  
G-General
Box   20  
Gay Liberation Front
Box   20  
Goebel, Paul G. (Regent)
Box   20  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   20  
Grievances
Box   20  
Gun Collection
Box   20  
H-General
Box   20  
Haber, William (Advisor to Executive Officers)
Box   20  
Health Service, University
Box   20  
Historical Collections (Michigan Historical Collections)
Box   20  
Honors Convocations
Box   20  
Housing (Faculty & Student)
Box   20  
I-General
 
Institutes
Box   20  
External
 
Internal
Box   20  
General
Box   20  
Institute for Social Research (ISR)
Box   20  
Institutional Research, Office of
Box   20  
Introduction, Letters of
Box   20  
J-General
Box   20  
Judiciary (University)
Box   20  
K-General
Box   20  
Kennedy, Richard L. (Secretary of the University, Assistant to the President)
Box   20  
King (Martin Luther) Fund
Box   20  
L-General
Box   20  
Law School
Box   20  
Library, University (includes School of Library Science)
Box   20  
Lindemer, Lawrence B. (Regent)
 
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   20  
General
Box   20  
Departments
Box   20  
M-General
Box   20  
Maddox, Gilbert A.
Box   21  
Medical Center
Box   21  
Medical School
Box   21  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   21  
Michigan, State of
Box   21  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   21  
Michigan Daily
Box   21  
Michigan Legislature, Committee Members
Box   21  
Michigan Society of Fellows
 
Michigan State Offices
Box   21  
Executive Offices, Departments, Divisions
Box   21  
Department of Education
Box   21  
Michigan State University
Box   21  
Midwestern Universities Research Association (MURA)
Box   21  
Minorities
Box   21  
Mott (C.S.) Foundation
Box   21  
Music, School of
Box   21  
N-General
Box   21  
National
Box   21  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
Box   21  
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Box   22  
Nederlander, Robert E. (Regent)
Box   22  
Nixon, Richard M. (U.S. President)
Box   22  
O-General
Box   22  
Opportunity Award Program
Box   22  
Optometry, School of (proposed)
Box   22  
Orientation
Box   22  
Outstanding Achievement Awards
Box   22  
P-General
Box   22  
Personnel Office
Box   22  
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   22  
Planning, Long-Range
Box   22  
Plant Extension
Box   22  
Political Activity (Student Participation)
Box   22  
Power, Eugene B.
Box   22  
President's Club
Box   22  
President's Letters, Reports, etc.
Box   22  
Professorships (Glossary)
Box   22  
Programs (new or proposed)
Box   22  
Public Health, School of
Box   22  
Q-General
Box   22  
Questionnaires
Box   22  
R-General
Box   22  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   22  
Recruiting
Box   22  
Regents, Board of
Box   22  
Requests (Unusual)
Box   22  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman)
Box   22  
Research Administration, Office of
Box   22  
Research (Classified/Unclassified)
Box   22  
Residential College
Box   23  
Ross, Arthur M.
Box   23  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   23  
Ruthven, Alexander G. (President Emeritus)
Box   23  
S-General
Box   23  
S.D.S. (Students for Democratic Society)
Box   23  
Sea Grant Program
Box   23  
Security
Box   23  
SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments)
 
Senate (University), Senate Assembly, SACUA
Box   23  
General
Box   23  
Minutes
Box   23  
Smith, Otis M. (Regent)
Box   23  
Social Work, School of
Box   23  
Solstis School
Box   23  
Spurr, Stephen H. (Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies)
Box   23  
Student Government Council
Box   23  
Student Organizations
Box   23  
Student Publications (including Michigan Daily)
Box   23  
Student Services, Office of Vice President for (Robert L. Knauss)
Box   23  
T-General
Box   23  
Tax-Exempt Status of Universities
Box   23  
Teaching Fellows
Box   23  
Theatre
Box   23  
Trimester
Box   23  
Tropical Studies, Organization for (OTS)
Box   24  
U-General
Box   24  
Unions
 
United States
Box   24  
Congress (members of)
Box   24  
Governmental Departments and Agencies
Box   24  
Department of Health, Education & Welfare (HEW)
Box   24  
Universities Research Association, Inc.
Box   24  
University (Accolades and Criticism)
Box   24  
University Musical Society (UMS)
Box   24  
University Press
Box   24  
V-General
Box   24  
Van Wylen, Gordon J. (Dean, College of Engineering)
Box   24  
Vietnam
Box   24  
Visitors
Box   24  
W-General
Box   24  
Washtenaw County
Box   24  
Waters, James L. (Regent)
Box   24  
Wayne State University
Box   24  
WCBN (radio station)
Box   24  
Williams, Robert L. (Administrative Dean, Academic Affairs)
Box   24  
Willow Run Laboratories
 
Women
Box   24  
General
Box   24  
Center for Continuing Education of Women (CEW)
Box   24  
Discrimination/HEW
Box   24  
XYZ-General
 
1971-1972 [subseries]
Box   25  
A-General
Box   25  
Academic Affairs Advisory Council
Box   25  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Allan F. Smith)
Box   25  
Accreditation
Box   25  
Acknowledgments
Box   25  
Acts, Bills, Resolutions, Journals
Box   25  
Admissions
 
Affirmative Action Programs
Box   25  
General
Box   25  
Office of Director, Establishment of
Box   25  
Other Schools
Box   25  
Women
Box   25  
Africa, Corporate Responsibility
Box   25  
Afro-American Studies Program
Box   25  
Alumni Association
Box   25  
American
Box   25  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
 
American Council on Education (ACE)
Box   25  
Affirmative Action
Box   25  
General
Box   25  
Ann Arbor
Box   25  
Anonymous/Asylum (letters)
Box   25  
Architecture and Design, College of
Box   25  
Argonne Universities Association
Box   25  
Association of American Colleges
 
Association of American Universities (AAU)
Box   25  
General (2 folders)
Box   25  
Council on Federal Relations
Box   26  
Association of Governing Boards
Box   26  
Athletics
Box   26  
Attorney's Office
Box   26  
Awards
Box   26  
B-General
Box   26  
Bentley Chair
Box   26  
Bentley Historical Library
Box   26  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   26  
Brown, Paul W. (Regent)
Box   26  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   26  
Budget and Planning, Office of
Box   26  
Bureaus
Box   26  
Burning Spear
Box   26  
Business Administration, School of
Box   26  
Bylaws
Box   26  
C-General
Box   26  
Carnegie Commission on Higher Education
Box   26  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Assistant to the President for Human Relations Affairs)
 
Centers
Box   26  
Glossary
Box   26  
Center for Conflict Resolution
Box   26  
International Center
Box   26  
University Center for Adult Education (UCAE)
Box   26  
Clements Library
Box   26  
Closed Courses
Box   26  
Coalition for the Use of Learning Skills (CULS)
Box   26  
Collections
Box   26  
Commendations and Congratulations
 
Committees
Box   26  
External (Glossary)
Box   26  
Internal (Glossary)
Box   26  
Community Colleges
 
Complaints
Box   26  
President Fleming (about)
 
General (3 folders)
Box   26  
Folders 1-2
Box   27  
Folder 3
Box   27  
Computer Network
Box   27  
Condolence and Illness Letters
Box   27  
Consortia
Box   27  
Corporate Responsibility
Box   27  
Council for Financial Aid to Education
Box   27  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   27  
Course Evaluation
Box   27  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   27  
D-General
Box   27  
Deans, Letters to
Box   27  
Dearborn Campus
Box   27  
Dentistry, School of
Box   27  
Detroit
Box   27  
Development Office/Development Council
Box   27  
Disruptions
Box   27  
Doezema, Edward R. (Professor)
Box   27  
Drugs
Box   27  
Dues and Contributions
Box   27  
Dunn, Gerald R. (Regent)
Box   27  
E-General
Box   27  
Economic Club of Detroit
Box   27  
Economics Research: Incomes and Collective Bargaining
Box   27  
Education, School of
Box   27  
EDUCOM
Box   27  
Eighteen-Year-Old Vote
Box   27  
Engineering, College of
Box   27  
Environment (includes ENACT)
Box   27  
Estates
Box   27  
Evaluation and Examinations Office
Box   27  
Exchange Programs
Box   27  
Expeditions (University-Involved)
Box   28  
Extension Service
Box   28  
External Degree Program
Box   28  
F-General
Box   28  
Faculty Reform Coalition
Box   28  
Fauri, Fedele F. (Vice President for State Relations and Planning)
Box   28  
Fees
 
Fellowships/Scholarships
Box   28  
External
Box   28  
Internal
Box   28  
Financial Aid, Office of
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   28  
Accolades
Box   28  
Personal
Box   28  
Statements and Miscellaneous Notes
Box   28  
Flint College
Box   28  
Football (Social Activities)
Box   28  
Ford Foundation
Box   28  
Foreign Student Inquiries
Box   28  
Fricke, Benno G. (Director, Evaluation and Examinations Office)
Box   28  
G-General
Box   28  
Gifts
Box   28  
Goebel, Paul G. (Regent Emeritus)
Box   28  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   28  
Grievances
Box   28  
H-General
Box   28  
Haber, William (Advisor to Executive Officers)
Box   28  
Handicapped Students
Box   28  
Health Services, University
Box   28  
Historical Collections (Michigan Historical Collections)
Box   28  
Homosexuals
 
Housing
Box   28  
Faculty and Student
Box   28  
Black Housing
Box   29  
Xanadu House
Box   29  
I-General
Box   29  
Identification Cards
Box   29  
Individualized Instruction (Kellogg Foundation)
 
Institutes
Box   29  
External
Box   29  
Internal
Box   29  
Institutional Research, Office of
Box   29  
Introduction, Letters of
Box   29  
J-General
Box   29  
K-General
Box   29  
Kelsey Museum (closing)
Box   29  
King (Martin Luther) Fund
Box   29  
Kopernik 500th Anniversary Celebration
Box   29  
Kunnes, Richard, Dr. (Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Center)
Box   29  
L-General
Box   29  
Law School
Box   29  
Lectures (Glossary)
Box   29  
Library, University (includes School of Library Science)
Box   29  
Lindemer, Lawrence B. (Regent)
 
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   29  
General
Box   29  
Departments
Box   29  
M-General
Box   29  
Matthaei, Frederick C., Sr.
Box   29  
Medical Center
Box   29  
Medical School
Box   29  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   29  
Michigan, State of
Box   29  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   30  
Michigan Legislature, Committee Members
Box   30  
Michigan Society of Fellows
 
Michigan State Offices
Box   30  
Executive Offices, Departments, Divisions
Box   30  
Department of Education
Box   30  
Michigan State University
Box   30  
Midwestern Universities Research Association (MURA)
Box   30  
Milliken, William G. (Michigan Governor)
Box   30  
Minority Groups
Box   30  
Mott (C.S.) Foundation
Box   30  
Museums
Box   30  
Music, School of
Box   30  
Musical Society (UMS)
Box   30  
N-General
Box   30  
NASA (includes Apollo 15 flight and astronauts' visit to U-M)
Box   30  
National
Box   30  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
Box   30  
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Box   30  
Natural Resources, School of
Box   30  
Nederlander, Robert E. (Regent)
Box   30  
Newspaper clippings
Box   30  
Nixon, Richard M. (U.S. President)
Box   30  
Nursing, School of
Box   30  
O-General
Box   30  
Opportunity
Box   30  
Outstanding Achievement Awards
Box   30  
P-General
Box   30  
Pass/Fail Grading
Box   30  
Personnel Office
Box   30  
PESC (Program for Educational and Social Change)
Box   30  
Pharmacy, College of
Box   30  
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   30  
PIRGIM (Public Interest Research Group in Michigan)
Box   30  
Planning, Long-Range
Box   31  
Plant Extension
Box   31  
Power, Eugene B.
Box   31  
President's Club
Box   31  
Professional and Administrative Placement Office
Box   31  
Professional Theatre Program (PTP)
Box   31  
Professorships (Glossary)
Box   31  
Programs (new or proposed)
Box   31  
Project Community
Box   31  
Public Health, School of
Box   31  
Q-General
Box   31  
Questionnaires
Box   31  
R-General
Box   31  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   31  
Recruiting
Box   31  
Regents, Board of
Box   31  
Requests (Unusual)
Box   31  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman)
Box   31  
Research Administration, Office of
Box   31  
Research (Classified/Unclassified)
Box   31  
Residential College
Box   31  
Role (proper) of U-M in State Educational System
Box   31  
Rose Bowl
Box   31  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   31  
S-General
Box   31  
Salary Disclosure
Box   31  
Sea Grant Program
Box   31  
Security
Box   31  
Senate, Senate Assembly, SACUA
Box   31  
Social Work, School of
Box   31  
Students
Box   31  
Student Government Council
Box   31  
Student Organizations
Box   31  
Student Publications (includes Michigan Daily)
Box   31  
Student Services, Office of Vice President for (Robert L. Knauss/Henry Johnson)
Box   32  
T-General
Box   32  
Teacher/Course Evaluations
Box   32  
Teaching Fellows
Box   32  
Television Center
Box   32  
Theatre
Box   32  
TIAA/CREF
Box   32  
Tropical Studies, Organization for (OTS)
Box   32  
U-General
 
United States
Box   32  
Congress (members)
Box   32  
Governmental Departments & Agencies
 
Department of Health, Education & Welfare (HEW)
Box   32  
General
Box   32  
Discrimination
Box   32  
Universities Research Association, Inc.
 
University of Michigan
Box   32  
General
Box   32  
Accolades and Criticism
Box   32  
University Hospital
Box   32  
V-General
Box   32  
Van Wylen, Gordon J. (Dean, College of Engineering)
Box   32  
Veterans (Enrollment, etc.)
Box   32  
Vietnam
Box   32  
Visitors
Box   32  
W-General
Box   32  
Wage-Price Freeze
Box   32  
Waters, James L. (Regent)
Box   32  
Wayne County Community College
Box   32  
Wayne State University
Box   32  
WICHE (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education)
Box   32  
Williams, Robert L. (Administrative Dean, Academic Affairs)
Box   32  
Willow Run Laboratories
 
Women
Box   32  
General
Box   32  
Center for Continuing Education of Women (CEW)
Box   32  
Commission on Women
Box   32  
XYZ-General
 
1972-1973 [subseries]
Box   33  
A-General
Box   33  
Academic Affairs Advisory Council
Box   33  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Allan F. Smith)
Box   33  
Accreditation
Box   33  
Acknowledgments
Box   33  
Acts/Bills (Glossary)
Box   33  
Admissions
Box   33  
Affirmative Action Office (Nellie M. Varner, Director)
Box   33  
Affirmative Action Program
Box   33  
Afro-American Studies Program
Box   33  
Alumni Association
Box   33  
American
Box   33  
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
 
American Council on Education (ACE)
Box   33  
General
Box   33  
Affirmative Action
Box   33  
Ann Arbor
Box   33  
Anonymous/Asylum (letters)
Box   33  
Architecture and Design, College of
Box   33  
Argonne Universities Association
Box   33  
Association of American Colleges
 
Association of American Universities (AAU)
Box   33  
General
Box   33  
Tax Reform
Box   33  
Council on Federal Relations
Box   34  
Association of Governing Boards
 
Athletics
Box   34  
General
Box   34  
Big Ten Intercollegiate Conference
Box   34  
Awards
Box   34  
B-General
Box   34  
Band, University
Box   34  
Bentley, Alvin M. (Bentley Historical Library)
Box   34  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   34  
Brown, Paul W. (Regent); Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   34  
Budget and Planning, Office of
Box   34  
Bureaus
Box   34  
Business Administration, School of
Box   34  
Bylaws
Box   34  
C-General
Box   34  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Assistant to President for Human Relations Affairs)
 
Centers
Box   34  
Glossary
Box   34  
University Center for Adult Education (UCAE)
Box   34  
Clements Library
Box   34  
Coalition for the Use of Learning Skills (CULS)
Box   34  
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Dean, School of Education)
Box   34  
Collections
Box   34  
Collective Bargaining
Box   34  
Commendations and Congratulations
Box   34  
Committees, External
Box   34  
Community Colleges
 
Complaints
Box   34  
President Fleming (about)
Box   34  
General (2 folders)
Box   34  
Condolence and Illness Letters
Box   34  
Conflict of Interest
Box   34  
Consortia
Box   34  
Corporate Responsibility
Box   34  
Council for Financial Aid to Education
Box   34  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)
Box   34  
Cudlip, William B. (Regent)
Box   34  
D-General
Box   34  
Deans, Letters to, Lists, etc.
Box   34  
Dearborn Campus
Box   34  
Dentistry, School of
Box   34  
Detroit
Box   35  
Development Office/Development Council
Box   35  
Dunn, Gerald R. (Regent)
Box   35  
E-General
Box   35  
Eastern Michigan University
Box   35  
Economic Club of Detroit
Box   35  
Education, School of
Box   35  
EDUCOM
Box   35  
Engineering College
Box   35  
Environment
Box   35  
Estates
Box   35  
Exchange Programs
Box   35  
Extension Service
Box   35  
F-General
Box   35  
Fauri, Fedele F. (Vice President for State Relations and Planning)
Box   35  
Fees
 
Fellowships/Scholarships
Box   35  
External
Box   35  
Internal
Box   35  
File Review
Box   35  
Financial Aid, Office of
 
Fleming, Robben W. (President)
Box   35  
Accolades
Box   35  
Personal
Box   35  
Statements
Box   35  
Flint Campus
Box   35  
Football (Social Activities)
Box   35  
Ford Foundation
Box   35  
Foreign Student Inquiries
Box   35  
G-General
Box   35  
Gifts
Box   35  
Graduate Studies, Rackham School of
Box   35  
Green, Mark (Assistant Professor)
Box   35  
Grievance Cases & Procedures
Box   35  
H-General
Box   35  
Haber, William (Advisor to Executive Officers)
Box   35  
Handicapped Students
Box   35  
Health Service (University)
Box   35  
Historical Collections (Michigan Historical Collections)
Box   35  
Hospital (University)
 
Housing
Box   35  
Faculty and Student
Box   35  
Black Housing
Box   35  
Huebner, Gertrude V. (Regent)
Box   36  
I-General
Box   36  
Indian, American
Box   36  
Individualized Instruction (Kellogg Foundation)
Box   36  
Institute for Administrative Advancement of Academic Women
 
Institutes
Box   36  
External
Box   36  
Internal
Box   36  
Institutional Research, Office of
Box   36  
Introduction, Letters of
Box   36  
J-General
Box   36  
K-General
Box   36  
Kunnes, Dr. Richard (Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Center)
Box   36  
L-General
Box   36  
Law School
Box   36  
Lectures (Glossary)
Box   36  
Library, University (includes School of Library Science)
Box   36  
Lindemer, Lawrence B. (Regent)
 
Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of
Box   36  
General
Box   36  
Centers and Departments
Box   36  
M-General
Box   36  
Matthaei, Frederick C., Jr. & Sr.
Box   36  
Medical Center
Box   36  
Medical School
Box   36  
Memberships
Box   36  
Metropolitan Fund
Box   36  
Michigan
Box   36  
Michigan Council of State College Presidents
Box   36  
Michigan Council on Higher Education
Box   36  
Michigan Legislature, Committee Members
 
Michigan State Offices
Box   36  
Executive Offices, Departments, Divisions
Box   37  
Department of Education
Box   37  
Michigan State University
Box   37  
Midwestern Universities Research Association (MURA)
Box   37  
Milliken, William G. (Michigan Governor)
Box   37  
Minority Groups
Box   37  
Mott (C.S.) Foundation
Box   37  
Museums
Box   37  
Musical Society
Box   37  
Music, School of
Box   37  
N-General
Box   37  
National
Box   37  
National Association of State Universities & Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC)
Box   37  
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Box   37  
Nederlander, Robert E. (Regent)
Box   37  
O-General
Box   37  
Opportunity Award Program
Box   37  
Outstanding Achievement Awards
Box   37  
P-General
Box   37  
P & A Study
Box   37  
Pass/Fail Grading
Box   37  
Pharmacy, College of
Box   37  
Pierpont, Wilbur K. (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
Box   37  
Planning (Budget and Planning Office)
Box   37  
Planning, Long-Range
Box   37  
Plant Extension
Box   37  
Power, Eugene B.
Box   37  
President's Club
Box   37  
Productivity Study
Box   37  
Professional Theatre Program (PTP)
Box   37  
Professorships (Glossary)
Box   37  
Programs (new or proposed)
Box   37  
Public Health, School of
Box   37  
Q-General
Box   37  
Questionnaires
Box   37  
R-General
Box   37  
Radock, Michael (Vice President for University Relations)
Box   37  
Regents, Board of
Box   38  
Research (Classified/Unclassified)
Box   38  
Research, Office of Vice President for (A.G. Norman, Charles G. Overberger)
Box   38  
Residential College
Box   38  
Retirement
Box   38  
Rhodes, Frank H.T. (Dean, College of Literature, Science and the Arts)
Box   38  
ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)
Box   38  
S-General
Box   38  
Sea Grant Program
Box   38  
Security
Box   38  
Senate, SACUA, Senate Assembly
Box   38  
State Relations & Planning, Office of
Box   38  
Student Government Council
Box   38  
Student Organizations
Box   38  
Student Publications (includes Michigan Daily)
Box   38  
Student Services, Office of Vice President for (Henry Johnson)
Box   38  
T-General
Box   38  
Tenure
Box   38  
Theatre
Box   38  
Transportation (People Mover System Study)
Box   38  
U-General
Box   38  
Unions
 
United States
Box   38  
Congress (members)
Box   38  
Governmental Departments and Agencies
 
Department of Health, Education & Welfare (HEW)
Box   38  
General
Box   38  
Discrimination
Box   38  
Title III
 
University of Michigan
Box   38  
General
Box   38  
Accolades & Criticism
Box   38  
University Club
Box   38  
University Press
Box   38  
V-General
Box   38  
W-General
Box   38  
Wage-Price Freeze
Box   38  
Waters, James L. (Regent)
Box   38  
Wayne State University
Box   38  
Wellman, Greg
Box   39  
WICHE (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education)
Box   39  
Wisconsin, University of
 
Women
Box   39  
General
Box   39  
Commission for Women
Box   39  
Women's Studies (proposed Department)
Box   39  
XYZ-General
 
1973-1974 [subseries]
Box   39  
A-General
Box   39  
Academic Affairs Advisory Council
Box   39  
Academic Affairs, Office of Vice President for (Allan F. Smith)
Box   39  
Accreditation
Box   39  
Acknowledgments
Box   39  
Acts/Bills (Glossary)
Box   39  
Affirmative Action Conference (UM/ACE sponsored)
Box   39  
Affirmative Action Program (Nellie M. Varner, Director)
Box   39  
Afro-American
Box   39  
Afro-American & African Studies, Center for
Box   39  
Alumni Association
Box   39  
American
Box   39  
American Council on Education (ACE)
Box   39  
Ann Arbor
Box   39  
Anonymous/Asylum (letters)
Box   39  
Argonne Universities Association
Box   39  
Association of American Colleges
Box   40  
Association of American Universities
Box   40  
General (3 folders)
Box   40  
Council on Federal Relations
Box   40  
Association of Governing Boards
 
Athletics
Box   40  
General
Box   40  
ACRICS, Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics
Box   40  
Big Ten Intercollegiate Conference
Box   40  
NCAA
Box   40  
Women
Box   40  
Awards
Box   40  
B-General
Box   40  
Baker, Deane (Regent)
Box   40  
Black (faculty/students)
Box   40  
Brown, Paul W. (Regent)
Box   40  
Brown, Robert J. (Regent)
Box   40  
Budget and Planning, Office of
Box   40  
Bureaus
Box   40  
Business Administration, School of
Box   41  
C-General
Box   41  
Cash, William L., Jr. (Assistant to the President for Human Relations Affairs)
Box   41  
Centers (Glossary)
Box   41  
Clements Library
Box   41  
Collections
Box   41  
Collective Bargaining
Box   41  
Commendations and Congratulations
 
Committees
Box   41  
External
Box   41  
Internal
Box   41  
Complaints (3 folders)
Box   41  
Computer Network
Box   41  
Computer Use
Box   41  
Council for Financial Aid to Education
Box   41  
Council of Ten (Committee on Institutional Cooperation)