4 collections related to North Carolina State University -- Administration

Filters: 1960-19691920-19291990-1999North Carolina State University. Office of the ProvostNorth Carolina State University -- Faculty
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North Carolina State University. Office of the Provost
Size: 305.9 linear feet (300 cartons, 4 boxes, 2 half boxes, 1 flat folder, 1 CD box) Collection ID: UA 005.001
The general records of the North Carolina State University Office of the Provost include general correspondence, publications, and reports relating to the administration of North Carolina State University and issues in higher education. Materials range in date from 1948 to 2014. In 1955, the position of Dean of Faculty was first ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of the Provost
Size: 8.5 linear feet (8 archival boxes, 3 cartons) Collection ID: UA 005.200
Contained in this sub-group are publications issued by the Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, subordinate units, and predecessor units. The position of Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor first existed as the Dean of the Faculty beginning in November 1955. In 1967, the title was changed to Provost, and in 1971 to Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
North Carolina State University. Office of the Provost
Size: 5.5 linear feet (3 cartons, 2 archival storage boxes) Collection ID: UA 005.041
Contained in this subgroup are files on small grants made by the Office of the Provost to the faculty of North Carolina State University. Included are grants for instructional computing, innovative instructional projects, and research and professional development. During the 1970s and 1980s, North Carolina State University initiated ... More
North Carolina State University. Office of the Provost
Size: 1 linear foot (2 archival boxes) Collection ID: UA 005.061
This collection contains correspondence, reports and other material about named professorships and teaching awards at North Carolina State University, 1959 - 1993. The practice of establishing various kinds of distinctive academic chairs or professorships to attract and encourage excellent faculty has been a part of North Carolina ... More