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Record Group: 1 C
Record Sub-Group: 65
Records Title: UMC; Administration; Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD); Administrative Records
Dates: 1987-2012
Volume: 83 and 1/6 cubic feet, 103.96 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This Record Sub-Group contains materials received or created by the MU Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1987-2000). Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence, reports, minutes, applications, alphabetical general departmental files, proposals, requests, projects, awards, papers, etc. concerning various topics, individuals, departments, and organizations.
Note to Researcher: Other records of the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office may be found under the Provost's Office, C:1/32. See Record Group 1, Sub-Group 30.
This Sub-Group may also contain records from the Vice Provost's Office for the period after September 2004 when the responsibilities for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development had been transferred to the Deputy Chancellor.

Series Descriptions:

Series 1. - C:1/34/1 (A02-11)
This Series contains Affirmative Action (AA) correspondence received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1991, 1995-2000). Correspondence originates from the following schools, colleges, or departments: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1997-2000); Arts and Science (1995-2000); Fine Arts (1997-1998); Intercollegiate Athletics (1996-2000); History (1996-1999); Mathematics (1996-1997); Military Science (1997); Philosophy (1991); Physics and Astronomy (1996-1997); Psychology (1996-1998); Religious Studies (1996-1999); Romance Languages (1996-1999); Sociology (1996-1997); Theatre (1997); Business and Public Administration (1996-1999); Education (1996-1998); Engineering (1998); Extension (1998-1999); Honors College (1997-1999); Human Environmental Sciences (1996-1999); Graduate School (1997-1999); Journalism (1995-1998); Law School (1996-1998); Library (1997-1999); Medicine (1997-1999); Nursing (1996-1999); Research Reactor (1996); and Veterinary Medicine (1996-1999).
(1 c.f., 122464)

Series 2. - C:1/34/2 (A02-71)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1987-1995). Included in this Series are alphabetical general departmental files including such topics as: Minority Faculty Development Project Steering Committee, Affirmative Action reports, (1994-1995), department chair training (1994-1995), United Way, post-doctoral fellows applications, (1993-1994), Council of Deans meetings, (1994-1995), hate-mail documentation, Arvard Strickland, (1987, 1992-1995); and miscellaneous reports and correspondence, (1987-1990).
(3 c.f., 007127, 007128, 008923)
Note to Archivist: Box lists are available for this Series in 723.

Series 3. - C:1/34/3 (A02-72)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1990-1994). Included in this Series are alphabetical general departmental files including such topics as: AAPS, Interim Chancellor Gerald Brouder (1990-1992), Affirmative Action, Admissions, Black Culture Center, Black Central Coordinating Committee, Black Studies; Chancellor's correspondence, Dean's Council, Committee on Diversity, faculty research leaves and grants; finance, Minority Affairs (1990-1993), India, Kemper Fellowships, Legion of Black Collegians, convocation and anniversary, faculty development, Minority Affairs Committee; minority retention, campus diversity, new faculty, welcome and statistics, Social Work, Program for Excellence in Teaching, Powell Foundation, Provost staff, recruitment of minority faculty (1993-1994); student dishonesty, recycling, Weldon Springs, Women's Studies Department, Women's Studies director's search committee, and curriculum documentation (1991-1994).
(5 c.f., 013848, 013881, 013882, 013883, 013968)
Note to Archivist: Box lists are available for this Series in 723.

Series 4. - C:1/34/4 (A02-73)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1991-1996). Included in this Series are alphabetical general departmental files including such topics as: Affirmative Action; Black Alumni Center; Black Caucus; Black Studies; Campus Computing, including copies of its newsletter; Chancellor's Minority Advisory Committee; counselor campus visit; Engineering School; Diversity Plan; Department Chair Handbook; Faculty Development; Minority Affairs Committee; HEMP motivation program; human rights; Legion of Black Collegians; staff meeting minutes; MAFD mission statement and annual reports; Minority Affairs achievement program; Minority Affairs Committee; minority and special student programs; Multicultural Education Task Force; MU faculty multiculturalism; minority campus visits; Missouri Natural Resources Mentoring Program; Provost Promotion and Tenure Committee; Pan-African study abroad; St. Louis Public Schools; Service Learning Task Force; student organizations; student grievance procedures [Restricted]; University Club; and Veterinary Medicine.
(5 c.f., 016600, 016601, 016602, 016603, 017830)
Note to Researcher: Series 4 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.

Series 5. - C:1/34/5 (A02-74)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1988-1995). Included in this Series are materials concerning the following: faculty development proposals, requests, leaves, and projects, faculty incentive awards, Affirmative Action Annual Reports, award proposals, new admissions requirement data, African Student Association, athletic division, Black Culture Center, Engineering, History, Medicine, Arts and Sciences, individuals' files, general correspondence and clippings about individuals inside and outside the university, annual reports, Women's Studies, Program for Excellence in Teaching (PET), grievance rules and regulations, PET Search Committee; Human Rights and Diversity Enrollment Award, Enhancement Award, and grievances [Restricted].
(7 c.f., 022163, 022164, 022221, 031422, 031423, 031424, 031425)
Note to Researcher: Series 5 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: Box lists are available for this Series in 723.

Series 6. - C:1/34/6 (A02-75)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1989-1995). Included in this Series are materials concerning the following: correspondence, various schools, colleges and departments, correspondence reports (1989-1993); individual correspondence and communications files between minority faculty and the Vice Provost's Office, programmatic and departmental files (1991-1992); grievances (1993) [Restricted]; Mizzou Alpha Academic Academy (pre-college program for minority students sponsored by the MAFD Office), alphabetical student correspondence files (1994); Mizzou Day, Minority Visitation Program (MVP), Upward Bound (1993-1995), HEMP, Alpha Phi Alpha, MLK Day, MLK Planning Committee, cultural diversity and sensitivity files (1990-1994).
(7 c.f., 047567, 047568, 047569, 068576, 068577, 068579, 068580)
Note to Researcher: Series 6 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: Some box lists for this Series are available in 723.

Series 7. - C:1/34/7 (A02-76)
This Series contains records received by the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development (VP MAFD) Office (1990-1996). Included in this Series are materials concerning the following: Affirmative Action Reports (1992), African American Experience at MU paper by Della Cook (1993), Legion of Black Collegians paper, McNair Scholarships, Missouri Humanities Council, NASULGC, personnel, student issues, and conference files (1991-1995); faculty development leaves and proposals, Missouri Legislative Black Caucus, research leaves, Faculty Advancement Committee, Educational Assistance Program, Development and Alumni Relations, Alumni-Faculty Development Incentive Award (1990-1995); Asian American Student Association, academic retention, American Association of Officers of Minority Student Affairs, Black History Month (1995), faculty awards, Women's Studies Committee, Chancellor's Executive Institute, Minority Affairs Committee (1993-1995); Hispanic community, retention team, Minority Recruitment Plan, MU Alumni Association, LBC Leadership Conference, Human Performance Technology, conflicts of interest, Memorial Union, Minority Recruitment Task Force, minority visitations, Missouri Negro High School Alumni Association, Charles Kiesler, Black Caucus, African American politics position; Retention Council; Wakonse records: gathering, self-nominated scholars, residence; Strickland Endowment, National Minority Faculty, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Human Rights and Diversity Awards, and incoming and outgoing correspondence of K.C. Morrison, (08/1996 - 12/1996).
(5 c.f., 101916, 101917, 101918, 103025, 109482)
Note to Researcher: Series 7 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: Some box lists for this Series are available in 723.

Series 8. - C:1/34/8 (A03-56; A04-115; A07-35)
This Series contains general administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs, International Programs and Faculty Development, (1988-2000). Types of records and topics included in the Series are: admissions reports; Affirmative Action annual reports, committee correspondence, workshop materials, and an administrative implementation manual, (1988-1989); American Association of University Professors (AAUP); Americans with Disabilities Act reports; Big 12 Faculty Fellowship; Black Faculty and Staff Organization; Black Studies annual reports, (1994-1995); Campus Commuting; Chancellor's Minority Advisory Committee reports and meeting materials; consulting agreements; Department Chair retreats, (1996-1997); Department Chair Training; Development leaves, (1995-2000); development project proposals, (1996-1997); Disability Services correspondence and director search [RESTRICTED]; Diversity Plan Progress Report, (1994); English Language Proficiency Reports, (1998); Equity and Access Committee, (1995-1998); general planning and budget materials; Four Directions Program, (1995-1996); Fund for the Improvement of Post-secondary Education (FIPSE); general correspondence; grievances, (1995-1998) [RESTRICTED]; Hate Report; Hemp Group; Hispanic Affairs; Hispanic American Leadership Organization; Human Rights and Diversity Awards; Learning Center correspondence, (1996-1997); Legion of Black Collegians; Midwest Higher Education Commission; Minority Affairs and Faculty Development annual reports, (1994-1995) and budget; minority visitation presentations including the racism workshop entitled MU to the Future; Multicultural Center Education Institute; Office of Academic Retention Services (OARS) annual reports, (1994-1995); OARS correspondence, (1996); the OARS Mentor Program, (1994-1995); the OARS Transition Program, (1994-1997); Plant Science Institute; Program for Excellence in Teaching (PET) correspondence, annual report, (1994-1995), and director search; Promotion and Tenure Advisory; Retention and Recruitment Committee meeting minutes; Research Office; Retention Council; Society of Black Engineers; Strategic Planning Advisory Council; Student Support Services reports; training and informational video tapes; Women's Studies director evaluation and annual reports, (1996); Women's Studies Committee, (1995-1997); and Women's History Month Committee, (1996-1997).
(23 c.f., Follow this
link for box locations)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers. In addition, Series 8 contains some records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: Some box lists for this Series are available in 723.

Series 9. - C:1/34/10 (A08-62; A11-87)
This Series contains administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs, International Programs and Faculty Development, (1994-2009). The records consist of Affirmative Action surveys and plans and correspondence and memoranda regarding various topics such as Academic Affairs, Asian Affairs, recruitment, retention, Black Business Student Association (BBSA), Black Collegian, Black Faculty and Staff Organization, Black History Month, Martin Luther King celebrations, Black Issues in Higher Education, Black Studies, Big 12 Faculty Fellowships, Disability Services, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan, (1992), and others. The Series also contains faculty and personnel-related records [RESTRICTED].
(24 c.f., Follow this
link for box locations)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers. Series 9 contains records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by following this link.

Series 10. - C:1/34/11 (A13-92)
This Series contains administrative and other records created and received by the Office of the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs, International Programs and Faculty Development, (1991-2004). The records consist of the following types and topics: correspondence, memoranda, retreats, reports, training, MU to the Future, Disability Services, workshops, and Affirmative Action.
(2 c.f., 050147, 052433)
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 11. - C:1/34/12 (A14-38)
This Series contains administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Provost for International Programs, (2010-2012). The records consist of the following types and topics: meeting agendas and notes, "MU: A Global University" display, awards, memoranda of understanding processes, and EB-5 Regional Center.
(1/6 c.f., 109, 3)
Note to Archivist: The box list for this Series is available online. It can be accessed by
following this link.

Series 12. - C:1/34/13 (A18-18)
This Series contains administrative records created and received by the Office of the Vice Provost for Internation Programs, (ca. 2009-2015). The records consist of international memoranda of understanding (IMOU) between schools, colleges, and departments at the University of Missouri and various foreign educational institutions, often regarding student enrollment.
(1 c.f., 042120)

Restrictions Note: The Archives of the University of Missouri-Columbia is required by law and Board of Curator's policy to restrict access to some files and information. Student records are held as confidential under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and by University policy. Faculty promotion and tenure records and Academic Personnel files are restricted for 75 years, or the lifetime of the individual. All grievance, disciplinary, and medical records are treated as confidential files. Consultations with legal counsel, both in-house and external, are protected by the attorney/client privilege and will not be released.

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