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SL: 15/4/5 CHANCELLOR'S PAPERS Chancellor Barnett's Papers, 1987-1990

 


SERIES I: OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR

A. Administration (Chancellor's Office)


1. Deputy to the Chancellor--M. Thomas Jones, 5/89 - 9/90
2. Deputy to the Chancellor--M. Thomas Jones, #2, 2/89 - 6/90
3. Vice Chancellor of Budget, Planning, and Institutional Research (BPIR)--Donald Phares, 5/89 - 5/90
4. Vice Chancellor of BPIR--Donald Phares, #2, 1/89 - 5/90
5. Vice Chancellor of BPIR--Donald Phares, #3, 12/89 - 3/90
6. Vice Chancellor of BPIR--Donald Phares, #4, 5/89 - 10/89
7. Vice Chancellor of BPIR--Donald Phares, #5, 9/89 - 6/90
8. Assistant to the Chancellor for Public Affairs--Betty Van Uum,5/89 - 3/90
9. Assistant to the Chancellor for Minority Affairs--Norman Seay,5/89 - 5/90
10. Assistant to the Chancellor for Cultural Affairs--Virginia Edwards,5/89 - 5/90

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B. Committees

1. Animal Care and Use, 6/89 & 11/89
2. Appointments Tenure and Promotion, 5/89 - 6/90
3. Faculty Council, May, 1989 - May, 1990
4. Faculty Council Minutes, Oct.-Nov., 1989
5. Faculty Grievance Panel, 11/89 - 2/90
6. Honorary Awards, Jan. - Jun., 1990
7. Radiation Safety, 1988-1989
8. Residency, 10/89 - 4/90
9. Space, 5/89 -6/90
10. University Senate, 4/89 - 6/90
11. University Senate--Bylaws & Rules, 9/89
12. University Senate--Committee on Committees, 5/89 & 5/90
13. University Senate--Curriculum and Instruction Committee, 9/89
14. University Senate--Employee Assistance Committee, Jan. - Feb., 1990
15. University Senate--Executive Committee, Apr., 1989 - May, 1990
16. University Senate--Fiscal Resource and Long-Range Planning, July 1989 - May 1990
17. University Senate--Physical Facilities and General Services, 10/89 & 4/90
18. University Senate--Research and Development, 12/89
19. University Senate--Research and Publications: Campus and University Funding Subcommittee, Nov. - Dec., 1989
20. University Senate--Student Affairs, 5/89
21. University Senate--Student Publications, 11/89

C. General Files

22. Access to Success Program, 5/89 - 3/90
23. Administrative Council, 4/89 - 6/90
24. Administrative Council Minutes, 3/89-1/91
25. Annual Report, 1989-1990
26. Associated Black Collegians (ABC), May-June, 1990
27. Awards/Certificates, 6/89 - 2/90
28. Board Recommendations, 3/89 - 6/90
29. Budget FY 88-89
30. Budget FY 89-90
31. Budget FY 90-91
32. Budget--Summary of Campus Funds Available (What is the Till Account), 7/88 - 7/89

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1. Calendars--past, 1989-1990
2. CASA (Conservatory of Arts), Feb.-Mar., 1990
3. Chancellor's Cabinet, 12/88 - 6/90
4. Chancellor's Cabinet Minutes, 5/87 - 6/90
5. Chancellor's Council, 5/89 - 4/90
6. City of St. Louis (Schoemehl), 6/89 - 2/90
7. Commencement, 8/89
8. Commencement, 1/90
9. Commencement, 5/90
10. Commencement, 8/90
11. Complaints, 5/89 - 6/90
12. Congratulation Letters, 4/89 - 6/90
13. Department Chairs and Deans, 8/89 - 1/90
14. Department Chairs and Deans Minutes, 9/89 - 3/90
15. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 4/89 - 3/90
16. Faculty Teaching and Service Awards, 5/89 - 5/90
17. Greivance, 8/89
18. Incoming Log Mail, 1988-1989
19. Legislators, 9/89 - 11/90
20. Letters, 12/89 - 2/90
21. Letters, March - May, 1990

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1. Letters, May-July, 1990
2. Magnet School, 7/89
3. Marian Oldham Scholarship, 1989
4. Miscellaneous (General), 1989-1990
5. Miscellaneous (General) #2,
6. Miscellaneous (University), 5/89 - 4/90
7. Miscellaneous (University) #2, 9/89 - 6/90 8. Partnerships for Progress, 4/89 - 6/90
9. Partnerships for Progress--Bridge Program, 1989-1990
10. Partnerships for Progress--CEO Council, 7/88 - 1/90
11. Personal (MRB), 1989-1990
12. Report to Community (Oct. 1989), Jan. - Oct., 1989
13. Residence (Breakfast), 1989-1990
14. Residence (Luncheons), 1989-1990
15. Residence (Dinners), 1989-1990
16. Residence (Receptions), 1989-1990
17. Resumes (Off-Campus), 1989-1990

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1. Scholarships, 1989-1990
2. Speeches (given by others), 1987-1989
3. Spectrum, 1988-1989
4. Staff, 2/90
5. Staff Association, 1989-1990
6. State of the University Address, 5/89 7. Student Association, 8/89 - 5/90
8. Sympathy Letters, 5/89 - 7/90
9. Thank You Letters, 4/89 - 5/90
10. University and System Governances, 1989 11. University of Missouri-Columbia--Haskell Monroe, 9/89 - 10/89
12. University of Missouri-Kansas City--George Russell, 5/89 - 9/89
13. University of Missouri-Rolla--Martin Jischke, 5/89 - 3/90

D. Organizations/Schools/Businesses

Organizations

14. American Association for Higher Education (AAHE), Apr.-Jun., 1990
15. American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), 5/89 - 6/90
16. American Council on Education (ACE), 5/89 - 6/90
17. American Council on Education--Finance & Audit Committee, 1990
18. American Council on Education --Bd. of Dir., 1990
19. Arts & Education Council of Greater St. Louis, 5/89 - 5/90
20. Association of American Colleges (AAC), 7/89
21. Association of Governing Boards, May-September, 1989
22. Association of Urban Universities (AUU), 7/89 -6/90
23. Boy Scouts of America, 5/89 - 5/9022. Citizens For Modern Transit, 5/89 - 3/90
24. Citizens for Modern Transit, 5/89 - 3/90
25. Civic Progress, 6/89 - 5/90
26. Complete Count Committee (St. Louis Census), 6/89 - 3/90
27. Conference on Education, 12/89
28. Confluence, 5/89 - 5/90
29. Danforth Foundation, 2/90
30. Educational Testing Service, 1/90
31. Girl Scout Council of St. Louis, July - November 1989
32. Heart Strings (DIFFA), 10/89
33. Higher Education Council (HEC), 5/88 - 9/89
34. International Women's Forum, July-August, 1989
35. MacArthur Foundation, 12/88 - 6/89
36. Miscellaneous Foundations, 2/89 - 5/90
37. Miscellaneous Organizations, 6/89 - 6/90

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1. Miscellaneous Organizations #2, 1989
2. Missouri Advance Technology Institute (MATI), 5/89 - 6/90
3. Missouri Botannical Garden, 4/89 - 6/90
4. Missouri Historical Society, 8/89 - 1/90
5. Missouri Research Park, 6/30/89 - 5/90
6. Missouri Women's Forum, 5/89 - 3/90
7. Missourians For Higher Education (MHE), 6/89 - 6/90
8. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 3/89 - 1/90
9. National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, 2/88 - 3/90
10. National Science Foundation, 9/89 - 5/90
11. Overseas Development Council,
12. St. Louis Community Foundation, 12/89 - 6/90
13. St. Louis Community Foundation #2, 1989
14. St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association, 4/89 - 2/90
15. St. Louis Symphony, 5/89 - 6/90
16. St. Louis Technology Center, 5/89 - 5/90
17. Tax Campaign--Propositions A, B, C, 9/89
18. Tinker Foundation, June-December, 1989
19. United Way, 6/89 - 6/90

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Schools

1. Harris-Stowe State College, May-December, 1989
2. St. Louis College of Pharmacy, January-May, 1990
3. St. Louis Community Colleges, 5/89 - 4/90 4. St. Louis Public Schools, 5/89
5. St. Louis University, 8/89 & 10/89
6. Washington University, 5/89 - 2/90

Businesses

7. Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., 7/89 - 5/90
8. Boatmen's Bancshares, 10/89
9. Edison Brothers Stores, Inc., 10/89
10. Emerson Electric Company, 4/89 -3/90
11. General American Life Insurance Company, 7/89 & 3/90
12. IBM, 10/89 - 4/90
13. INTERCO, Inc., 6/89
14. K-MART Workforce 2000 Project, 9/89 - 5/90
15. Laclede Gas Company, 3/89
16. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, 6/89 - 5/90
17. Mercantile Bank, 5/89 - 5/90
18. Miscellaneous (Businesses), 5/89 - 4/90
19. Monsanto Company, 3/89 - 6/90
20. Pet Incorporated 7/89 - 1/90
21. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/89 - 2/90
22. Sentinel, 1989
23. Southwestern Bell Telephone, 7/89
24. Union Electric Company, 5/89 - 6/90
25. Fred Weber, Inc., 1/90 & 3/90

E. SPEECHES

26. 1/4/89 Testimony to the Senate Appropriations Committee
27. 1/6/89 SPECTRUM/Ravi Batra and A Strategy for 1989
28. 1/8/89 Commencement
29. 1/12/89 SPECTRUM/Volunteerism
30. 1/18/89 SPECTRUM/African-Americans in the Year 2000
31. 1/24/89 SPECTRUM/Student Loan Defaults
32. 1/25/89 Emerson Electric Management Club
32. 1/30/89 SPECTRUM/Afro-American History Month
33. 1/30/89 Budget Hearing
34. 1/30/89 Deans and Department Chairs Meeting
35. 1/31/89 University Senate Meeting
36. 2/1/89 The African-American History Month 1989 Kickoff Celebration
37. 2/2/89 The George Engelmann Math & Science 2nd Annual Kickoff
38. 2/3/89 Southwestern Bell Network Installation Dinner
39. 2/11/89 SPECTRUM/America In Decline
40. 2/6/89 North Central Association Site Visit Responses
41. 2/15/89 Testimony to the Senate Education Committee
42. 2/15/89 Testimony to the Missouri House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee
43. 2/17/89 Jackson County, MO Links, Inc., Black History Month Program
44. 2/17/89 SPECTRUM/Barbara Bush
45. 2/21/89 University Senate Meeting
46. 2/23/89 Spectrum Remarks "Foundation Fade"
47. 2/23/89 Spectrum Remarks Time Arrested
48. 2/26/89 Commentary on Commissioner Aery's Recommendations
49. 2/28/89 Marian Oldham Pre-Concert Reception
50. 3/1/89 SPECTRUM/Right On to Le Iacocca
51. 3/3/89 Illinois Ace-Nip at University in Chicago
52. 3/4/89 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
53. 3/7/89 SPECTRUM/President Bush in Japan
54. 3/9/89 University of Missouri-St. Louis/Senate Remarks
55. 3/13/89 SPECTRUM/Sri Lanka
56. 3/14/89 University Senate Meeting
57. 3/25/89 SPECTRUM/The Poorly Educated Worker
58. 3/27/89 Curators Franke and Gilmore Profile of the University: Notes For Remarks on Partnerships For Progress Plan
59. 3/31/89 "Time Arrested"
60. 4/89 The History of a Proposed Engineering Program
61. 4/4/89 East Carolina Leadership Seminar
62. 4/6/89 Introduction of August Busch III to UM-St. Louis Students
63. 4/6/89 SPECTRUM/"Satanic Verses"
64. 4/11/89 University Senate Meeting
65. 4/11/89 Arts & Education Kick-Off
66. 4/12/89 SPECTRUM/"Debt For Nature Swaps"
67. 4/12/89 Peter Magrath (re: Engineering Program in St. Louis
68. 4/14/89 UM-St. Louis Black Faculty/Professional Staff Association
69. 4/14/89 Gala Ball Reception
70. 4/18/89 Chancellor's Council
71. 4/19/89 Press Conference: Comments on Proposed Cuts in Higher Education Funding
72. 4/20/89 Faculty Council Meeting
73. 4/21/89 Retirees Association Luncheon
74. 4/21/89 Holmes Group Dinner
75. 4/24/89 SPECTRUM/"Asian Entrepreneurs"
76. 4/24/89 Biotechnology Curriculum Grant Press Conference
77. 4/25/89 Chancellor's Report to University Senate
78. 4/26/89 Pierre Laclede Honors College
79. 4/26/89 Comments for Curator Frazer
80. 4/27/89 Kansas City Meeting
81. 4/30/89 "Engineering and Global Competitiveness"
82. 5/89 SPECTRUM/"Fusion or Scientific Illusion"
83. 5/3/89 Statement to James McGill on the Parking Structure
84. 5/6/93 NAACP Freedom Banquet, Alton Ill.: "The Struggle Continues"
85. 5/9/89 Faculty Meeting (Remarks by Vice Chancellor Touhill for Chancellor Barnett)
86. 5/21/89 Union Memorial United Methodist Church, "Women Reaching Out and Touching In A Troubled World"
(A speech about black women civil rights crusaders throughout American history)
87. 5/22/89 "What Does Jesse Want?)
88. 5/24/89 Premiere Performances 1989-1990 Kick-Off
89. 5/25/89 SPECTRUM/"Communism Revisited: The West Challenged"
(See also Folder 92)
90. 5/30/89 SPECTRUM/"The Rich Get Richer, The Poor Get Poorer"
91. 6/5/89 SPECTRUM/"The Gift of Education"
92. 6/9/89 SPECTRUM/"Communism Revisited" (See also Folder 89)
93. 6/23/89 SPECTRUM/Minimum Wage
94. 6/29/93 SPECTRUM/"National Collegiate Athletic Association"
95. 7/1/89 Horace Mann Ceremony-Antioch College
96. 7/5/89 SPECTRUM/Student Loan Defaults: Finally the Regulations
97. 7/11/89 SPECTRUM/"The Supreme Court Speaks"
(See also Folder 105)
98. 7/17/89 SPECTRUM/"Racism on College Campuses"
99. 7/17/89 SPECTRUM/"Through The Looking Glass"
100. 7/20/89 SPECTRUM/"Teach For America"
101. 7/27/89 Script for Board of Curators Development Report
102. 7/29/89 SPECTRUM/"Reverse Migration"
103. 8/4/89 SPECTRUM/"Increasing Productivity"
104. 8/10/89 SPECTRUM/"Curbing Drug Trade"
105. 8/16/89 SPECTRUM/"The Flag, Reconstruction, and Freedom"
(See also Folder 97)
106. 8/22/89 SPECTRUM/"Will You Be Able To Retire"
107. 8/28/89 SPECTRUM/"Do the Right Thing"
108. 9/9/89 SPECTRUM/"Crisis in Science and Engineering"
109. 9/11/89 High Technology and the Future of the American Economy
110. 9/13/89 New Students' Welcome
111. 9/15/89 Girl Scout Leadership Speech: Directions and Education
112. 9/15/89 SPECTRUM/Violence in New York
113. 9/19/89 University Senate Meeting
114. 9/19/89 Boy Scouts of America
115. 9/21/89 SPECTRUM/"Miss America Revisited"
116. 9/25/89 National Council of Jewish Women
117. 9/27/89 SPECTRUM/"Lesson from World War II"
118. 9/29/89 Friends

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1. 10/3/89 SPECTRUM/"Japanese Consumerism"
2. 10/5/89 Chancellor's Report to the Community
3. 10/10/89 KMART
4. 10/11/89 Hispanic Heritage Month
5. 10/20/89 Metropolitan Bar Association Lawyers Club
6. 10/16/89 Lamplighter Awards
7. 10/17/89 University Senate Meeting
8. 10/19/89 Sentinel, Yes I Can Dinner
9. 10/21/89 SPECTRUM/"Public School Reform"
10. 10/27/89 SPECTRUM/"Colleges and Universities"
11. 10/31/89 With Confluence/Consensus
12. 10/31/89 Faculty Meeting
13. 11/3/89 SPECTRUM/"The Persistent Poor"
14. 11/6/89 Purdue University, Indiana University
15. 11/8/93 SPECTRUM/"Drugs, Drugs, Drugs"
16. 11/20/89 SPECTRUM/The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
17. 11/21/89 Presidents and Systems
18. 12/2/89 "Earthquake Aftermath"
19. 12/4/89 UM Admission Policy Change
20. 12/8/89 SPECTRUM/"Jesse Jackson"
21. 12/14/89 Mercantile VIP Reception
22. 12/14/89 SPECTRUM/"China Today, Tomorrow"
23. 12/15/89 Chancellor's Commentary
24. 12/26/89 SPECTRUM/"Eastern Europe"
25. 1/1/90 SPECTRUM/"The 1980s"
26. 1/5/90 Chancellor's Video
27. 1/8/90 Variety Club Luncheon
28. 1/9/90 Curator Runge's Visit
29. 1/13/90 SPECTRUM/"The 1990s"
30. 1/19/90 SPECTRUM/"Understanding America"
31. 1/23/90 January Senate Meeting
32. 1/27/90 SPECTRUM/"Blacks in the 1990s"
33. 2/1/90 African-American History Month Observance
34. 2/1/90 The 1990 Observance of Black History Month (Chancellor's Remarks)
35. 2/2/90 SPECTRUM/"Boston Embarrassment: America's Tragedy"
36. 2/8/90 SPECTRUM/"Rethinking The Peace Dividend"
37. 2/13/90 University Senate Meeting
38. 2/20/90 "Educational Reform" for USA Today
39. 2/24/90 SPECTRUM/"Exciting Times"
40. 2/26/90 Introduction to Lt. Governor Carnahan
41. 2/26/90 Honorable Louise Frazer
42. n.d. SPECTRUM/America's Toughest Bosses Meet America's Most Challenging Business Problem
43. 3/2/90 SPECTRUM/"Drugs and Capitol Drama"
44. 3/8/90 SPECTRUM/General Colin Powell
45. 3/12/90 Bridge Program
46. 3/13/90 Senate Meeting
47. 3/14/90 SPECTRUN/"Yuppie Blues"
48. 3/20/90 SPECTRUM/"Hope for Urban Schools"
49. 3/20/90 SPECTRUM/"Symbolic Domination"
50. 3/22/90 Curators Dinner
51. 3/29/90 Gwen Moore's Farewell
52. 3/29/90 Comments at Budget and Planning Hearing
53. 3/30/90 Student Affairs Dinner
54. 4/3/90 Senate Meeting
55. 4/7/90 SPECTRUM/"Senseless Killing"
56. 4/13/90 SPECTRUM/"Confessions of an S.O.B."
57. 4/17/90 Honors College Luncheon
58. 4/20/90 SPECTRUM/Cities of Opportunity; Cities of Entrepreneurship
59. 4/24/90 University Senate Meeting
60. 4/26/90 SPECTRUM/Little Issues, Big Conflicts in Europe
61. 5/8/90 Education Conference, Joint Center For Political Studies Inc.--Restructuring America's Public Schools: How Can It Be Utilized to the Benefit of Black Children
62. 5/9/90 Faculty Meeting
63. 5/12/90 SPECTRUM/"Earth Day 1990"
64. 5/17/90 SPECTRUM/On the Way to Mars Remember Sputnik
65. 5/19/90 St. Louis College of Pharmacy
66. 5/23/90 Reception at the University of Houston
67. 5/24/90 SPECTRUM/The Baltic Question
68. 5/30/90 SPECTRUM/Poor People's Network
69. 6/4/90 SPECTRUM/Art for Money's Sake (see also folder 80)
70. 6/5/90 SPECTRUM/Credit Card for Kids
71. 6/9/90 Remarks for Pow Wow
72. 6/10/90 Bill Kahn Commentary
73. 6/10/90 The Engleman Institute Orientation
74. 6/1//90 SPECTRUM/Burma Speaks
75. 6/13/90 Dedication of McDonnell Douglas, Emerson Electric, Anheuser Busch Wing of the Thomas Jefferson Library
76. 6/18/90 How Partnerships Benefit the Campus (Speech given by Blanche Touhill)
77. 6/19/90 Alumni Association Annual Meeting
78. 6/23/90 SPECTRUM/Bush and Gorbachev: Barbara and Raisa
79. 6/29/90 SPECTRUM/Thoughts on Discrimination
80. 6/30/90 SPECTRUM/Art for Money's Sake (see also folder 69)
81. 7/6/90 SPECTRUM/Censorship
82. 7/10/90 CASE Speech
83. 7/15/90 Community Farewell to the Chancellor
84. 7/23/90 Alumni Leadership Challenge Event

SERIES II: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

A. Administrators

85. Vice Chancellor--Touhill, #1, 1/90 - 6/90
86. Vice Chancellor--Touhill, #2, 11/89 - 1/90
87. Vice Chancellor--Touhill, #3, 6/89 - 11/89
88. Vice Chancellor--Touhill, #4, 3/89 - 7/89
89. Associate Vice Chancellor for Curriculum and Personnel--Ruth Person, 8/89 - 2/90
90. Director of Affirmative Action--Rochelle Nwadibia, 5/89 - 3/90
91. Dean, College of Arts & Sciences--E. Terrence Jones, 8/89 - 5/90

B. College of Arts and Sciences

92. College of Arts & Sciences, minutes, 7/89, 2/90, 4/90
93. Administration of Justice, 6/89 - 2/90
94. Anthropology, 6/89-1/90
95. Art, 7/89 -1/90
96. Biology, 5/89 - 5/90
97. Chemistry, 5/89 - 7/89
98. Communications, 5/89 - 5/90
99. (Office of) Computing and Telecommunications, 7/89 - 2/90
100. Economics, 8/89 - 4/90

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1. English, 4/89 - 3/90
2. History, 5/89 - 4/90
3. KWMU (Radio Station), 4/89 - 5/90
4. Mathematics and Computer Science, 4/89 - 4/90
5. Military Science, 12/89 & 2/90
6. Modern Foreign Languages and Literature, 5/89 - 4/90
7. Music, 8/89 - 4/90
8. Philosophy, 9/89 - 1/90
9. Physics, 4/89 - 6/90
10. Pierre Laclede Honors Program, 6/89 - 6/90
11. Political Science, 5/89 - 6/90
12. Psychology, 7/89 - 4/90
13. Social Work, 7/89 - 5/90
14. Sociology, 5/89 & 3/90
15. Women's Studies Program, 6/89 & 10/89

C. Schools/Centers (Other than Arts & Sciences)

16. School of Business Administration, 5/89 - 5/90
17. School of Business--Accounting, 12/89
18. School of Business--Center for Business Industrial Studies, 11/89
19. School of Business--Finance, 5/89
20. School of Business--Mangement Sciences and Information Systems, 1/90
21. School of Education, 5/89 - 5/90
22. School of Nursing, 6/89 - 2/90
23. School of Optometry, 5/89 - 6/90
24. School of Optometry--Center for Corneal and Contact Lens Research, 11/89
25. School of Optometry--Optometric Center, 3/89 - 1/90
26. School of Optometry--Optometry Clinic, 8/89 - 12/89
27. Center for Academic Development--Sallyanne Fitzgerald, Director, 1/88 - 4/90
28. Center for Economic Education, 8/89 - 2/90
29. Center for International Studies, 5/89 - 6/90
30. (James T. Bush) Center for Law, Social Change, and Conflict Resolution, 5/89 -5/90
31. Center for Metropolitan Studies, 5/90
32. Center for Science and Technology, 9/89 - 4/90
33. Child Development Center, 7/89
34. Computing and Telecommunications, 9/89
35. Computing and Telecommunications--Consultant to the Chancellor for Telecommunications, Larry Patton, 11/87 - 11/89
36. Continuing Education-Extension Division--Wendell Smith, 5/89 - 6/90
37. Eldercare Center, 11/89 & 4/90
38. Engelmann Institute, 4/89 -6/90
39. Graduate School--Charle Kuehl, Interim Dean, 5/89 - 6/90
40. Institute for Public Policy Leadership, 6/89 - 6/90
41. Instructional Technology Center, 8/89
42. Libraries, Joan Rapp, Director, 5/89 - 6/90
43. Libraries--Thomas Jefferson, 5/89 - 8/89
44. Office of Research, Grant & Contract Activity, 1989-1990
45. Office of Research, 7/89 - 6/90
46. Western Historical Manuscript Collection, 2/90

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SERIES III: ADMNISTRATIVE SERVICES


1. Vice Chancellor--Larry Schlereth, #1, 6/89 - 6/90
2. Vice Chancellor--Larry Schlereth, #2, 9/89 - 2/90
3. Vice Chancellor--Larry Schlereth, #3, 5/89 - 7/89
4. Vice Chancellor--Larry Schlereth, #4, 7/89 - 10/89
5. Associate Vice Chancellor--Gwendolyn Moore, 1/89 - 3/90
6. Assistant Vice Chancellor--David Phillippe, 2/89 - 4/89
7. Business Services--Kenneth Langston, 5/88 - 6/88
8. Facilities Management--David Reed, 2/88 - 6/90
9. Faculty/Staff Benefit Plan, 1989
10 Fiscal Operations--Bill Moody, 4/88 - 10/89
11. Human Resources--Bonnie Sims, 5/89 - 5/90
12. Police--John Pickens, 7/89 - 4/90

SERIES IV: STUDENT AFFAIRS

13. Vice Chancellor--Sandy MacLean, 12/89 - 6/90
14. Vice Chancellor--Sandy MacLean, 5/86 - 3/89
15. Vice Chancellor--Sandy MacLean, 1988-1989
16. Vice Chancellor--Sandy MacLean, 7/89 - 12/89
11. Assistant to the Vice Chancellor--Anthony Chambers, 4/90 & 8/90

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1. Admissions and Registrar--Mimi La Marca, 5/89 - 6/90
2. Athletics--Charles Smith, 4/88 & 5/89 - 6/90
3. Career Planning and Placement--Deborah Kettler, 11/89
4. Counseling Service--Robert Carr, 3/89 - 9/89
5. Discrimination Grievance Procedures--Students, 1/90
6. Grade Grievance, 2/90 & 4/90
7. Guest Passes, 1/88 - 1/90
8. Path to Success Program, 3/88 - 4/89
9. Student Newspaper: Current, 7/89 - 2/90
10. Student Recruitment/Retention--Janice Vails, 4/87, 10/89 - 4/90
11. University Center and Student Activities--Robert Schmalfeld, 4/89 - 1/90

SERIES V: UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

12. Vice Chancellor--Billie Sue Schulze, 7/89 - 6/90
13. Vice Chancellor--Billie Sue Schulze, 7/89 - 7/90
14. Vice Chancellor--John McClusky, 5/89 - 7/90
15. Alumni Agents Council, 5/89 - 6/90
16. Alumni Association, 10/88 - 5/90
17. Alumni Center, 4/88
18. Alumni Relations--Kathy Osborn, 11/88 - 4/90
19. Friends of UM-St. Louis, 5/89 - 4/90
20. Gifts, 5/89 - 5/90
21. Manager of Annual Funds--Rita Brumm, 3/89 - 5/90
22. News Releases and Articles (about Barnett), 5/89 - 5/90
23. Special Projects--Lucinda Vantine, 5/89 - 5/90
24. University Communications--Betty Lee, Director, 5/89 - 5/90
25. University Communications--Steve Givens, Asst. Dir., 4/88 - 7/88
26. UM-St. Louis Foundation, 4/90

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SERIES VI: UM SYSTEM, BOARD OF CURATORS/GENERAL COUNCIL/GENERAL OFFICERS


1. Board of Curators Correspondence, 12/88 - 8/89
2. Board of Curators Correspondence, 9/89 - 6/90
3. Board of Curators Meeting, 1/26-27/89
4. Board of Curators Meeting, 3/9-10/89
5. Board of Curators Meeting, 4/28-29/89
6. Board of Curators Meeting, 5/4/89
7. Board of Curators Meeting, 6/22/89
8. Board of Curators Meeting, 7/27-28/89
9. Board of Curators Meeting, 9/7-8/89
10. Board of Curators Meeting, 10/12-13/89
11. Board of Curators Meeting, 12/7-8/89
12. General Council--Robert Ross, 6/89 - 6/90

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1. General Officers Meeting, 1/24/89
2. General Officers Meeting, 3/2/89
3. General Officers Meeting, 3/13/89
4. General Officers Meeting, 3/30/89
5. General Officers Meeting, 4/19/89
6. General Officers Meeting, 4/27/89
7. General Officers Meeting, 5/10/89
8. General Officers Meeting, 5/16/90
9. General Officers Meeting, 5/31/89
10. General Officers Meeting, 6/7/89
11. General Officers Meeting, 6/26/89
12. General Officers Meeting, 7/13/89
13. General Officers Meeting, 7/18/89
14. General Officers Meeting, 8/30/89
15. General Officers Meeting, 9/13/89
16. General Officers Meeting, 9/25/89
17. General Officers Meeting, 10/4/89
18. General Officers Meeting, 10/11/89
19. General Officers Meeting, 10/26/89
20. General Officers Meeting, 11/28/89
21. General Officers Meeting, 12/11/89

SERIES VII: UM SYSTEM, OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

22. C. Peter Magrath, 7/89 - 6/90
23. C. Peter Magrath, 5/89 - 11/89
24. C. Peter Magrath, 5/89 - 7/89
25. Executive Assistant to the President--Guy M. Horton, 5/89 - 2/90
26. Assistant to the President for State Governmental Relations--Jim Snider, 5/89 - 1/90
27. Director of University Relations, 6/89 - 5/90

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SERIES VIII: UM SYSTEM, ACADEMIC AFFAIRS


1. Vice President of Academic Affairs--Richard Wallace, #1, 5/89 - 3/90
2. Vice President of Academic Affairs--Richard Wallace, #2, 11/89 - 6/90
3. Vice President of Academic Affairs--Richard Wallace, #3, 3/89 - 12/89
4. Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs--Arvah Strickland, 5/89 - 4/90
5. Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs--Mark Burkholder, 1/89 - 6/90
5. Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs--Nancy Marlin, 5/89 - 6/89
6. Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, University Extension--Gail Imig, 10/89 - 5/90

SERIES IX: UM SYSTEM, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

7. Vice President for Administrative Services--James T. McGill, #1, 6/89 - 6/90
8. Vice President for Administrative Services--James T. McGill #2, 4/89 - 4/90
9. Assistant Vice President, Budget and Analytical Services, 6/89 - 1/90
10. Director of Internal Auditing--Harold Boyer, 7/89 - 5/90
11. Office of the Assistant Vice President, Computing and Information Technology--Charles Shomper, 9/89
12. Associate Vice President and Treasurer, Investments--Donald Holm, Jr., 9/89 - 4/90
13. Associate Vice President, Management Services--Gebeyehu Ejigu,6/89 & 12/89
14. Vice President, Financial Services--Kent Shelton, 10/88

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SERIES X: UM SYSTEM, COMMITTEES, COUNCILS, ORGANIZATIONS


1. Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE), 12/88 - 1/90
2. Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE), 11/89 - 6/90
3. Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE), meeting, 6/29/90
4. Council on Public Higher Education (COPHE), 5/89 - 6/90
5. Option 3 Planning Committee, 6/89 - 11/89
6. State Revenue Planning Committee, 6/89 - 9/89
7. University Planning Council, 12/88 - 6/90

SERIES XI: PHOTOGRAPHS

8. *Mayor Vincent Schoemehl Jr., speaking at Spring Commencement, 5/14/89
*Missouri Federation for the Council For Exceptional Children, 1990, Bob Loyd from UM-St.Louis, member



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