Record Group: 14 C
Scope and Content Note
Vernon E. Wilson was appointed Dean of the School of Medicine (1959-1961) and Director of the University of Missouri Medical Center (1959-1967). He was Professor of Pharmacology (1959-1974), Dean of the Faculty of the School of Medicine (1961-1967), Executive Director of Health Affairs (1967), Acting Director (1960) and Executive Officer (1961-1969) for the Missouri State Crippled Children's Service, Consultant to the President on Medical Affairs (1966-1967), Vice President for Academic Affairs (1968-1970), Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice (1973 -1974), and Chair of Community Health and Medical Practice (1974). Wilson resigned 1974.
William D. Mayer began his career with the University of Missouri-Columbia Medical School in 1961. He was an Assistant Professor of Pathology (1961-1964), Associate Professor of Pathology (1964-1967), Professor of Pathology (1967-1979), Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine (1961-1964), Associate Dean of the Medical School (1964-1967), Dean of Faculty of the School of Medicine (1967-1974), and Director of the University of Missouri Medical Center (1967-1973). Mayer retired in 1979.
William D. Bryant began his career at the University of Missouri In 1962. He was Associate Professor (1962-1963) and Professor (1963-1969; 1970-1974) of Community Health and Medical Practice, Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine (1963-1967), Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice (1963-1968; 1970-1974), Professor of Economics (1965-1974), Coordinator of Health Research and University Wide Planning (1967-1968), Coordinator for Research and Long Range Planning (1968 -1971), Vice President for Academic Affairs (1968-1971), and Research Associate for the Environmental Surveillance Center (1971-1974). Bryant died in 1974.
Jack M. Colwill came to the University of Missouri-Columbia Medical School in 1964. He was Assistant Dean (1964-1967) and Associate Dean (1967-1976) of the School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine (1964-1970), Associate Professor of Medicine (1970-1987), and Assistant Professor of Community Health and Medical Practice (1964-1976), and Professor and Chair of Family and Community Medicine (1976-1997). He was elected Professor Emeritus (ca 1998).
Herbert S. Goldberg began his career at the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1953. He was an Assistant Professor of Bacteriology and Preventative Medicine (1953), Assistant Professor of Microbiology (1953-1957), Associate Professor of Microbiology (1957-1966), Professor of Microbiology (1966-1996), Director of Studies of Antibiotic Residues and the Emergence of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria from Non-therapeutic Uses of Antibiotics (1955), Director of Research in connection with chemotherapy of experimental leptospirosis (1955), Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine (1966-1971), Associate Dean of the School of Medicine in (1971-1983), Director of the School of Health Related Professions (1978-1983), Acting Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (1985), Interim Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs (1988-1990), Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs (1990-1996).
This Record Sub-Group is divided into two series. Series One, consisting of general administrative records and is arranged alphabetically by topic within each school calendar year. Series One is sub-divided into ten separate sub-series based upon annual accumulations of records. Series Two contains administrative records of the Missouri Regional Medical Program (MRMP) and is chronologically arranged. The Dean's Office internal filing scheme substantially changed over the period during which these records were created and received and thus the file folder headings are not consistent throughout the body of records. The original order of this collection was not maintained, however, all efforts have been made to recreate the original order. Some of the records in this Sub-Group are restricted and cannot be made available to the public (see restrictions note at the end of this page).
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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