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Record Group: 3 C
Record Sub-Group: 78
Records Title: UMC; College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Interdisciplinary Plant Group; Administrative Records
Volume: 14 and 1/3 cubic feet, 17.92 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains administrative and other records created and received by the Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG). The records contained in this Sub-Group include faculty and graduate student/post-doctoral researcher records, correspondence and memoranda, grant records, research and project reports, annual reports, Missouri Symposium in Plant Biology records, presentations, facilities, budget, and printed and duplicated material.
Series 1. - C:3/49/1 (A11-76; A12-08)
This Series contains administrative and other records created and received by the Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG), (1972-2011). Most of the records originated from the Director of the IPG, Douglas Randall. The records contained in this Sub-Group include faculty and graduate student/post-doctoral researcher records [RESTRICTED], correspondence [RESTRICTED] and memoranda, research and project reports, annual reports, planning files for the Missouri Symposia in Plant Biology, symposia publications, presentations, facilities, budget, printed and duplicated material, and photographs. Some of the research detailed in this Series was funded through an agreement with Monsanto. The Series also contains records of the United States Department of Agriculture's National Needs grant received by the IPG. Additional records in this Series pertain to the Food for the 21st Century program at the University of Missouri.
(14 and 1/3 c.f., 072898, 072899, 072900, 072904, 072907, 072913, 072915, 072992, 073277, 073279, 122057, 122058, 122059, 122060; B3A, 7B, 2, Back)
Note to Researcher: This Series is currently unprocessed. Until completely processed and inventoried, portions may not be fully available to researchers. Series 1 contains records which are confidential and restricted. See the restrictions note at the end of this finding aid. For restrictions on the Monsanto files, see the formal agreement in Box 9.
The Interdisciplinary Plant Group had its direct origins in 1981 through funding obtained from the Weldon Spring endowment that allowed the formation of the Interdisciplinary Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Group. The IPG draws its faculty from different departments and schools/colleges at MU, including Biochemistry, Agronomy, Forestry, Plant Pathology, the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Sciences, the College of Arts and Science, and the School of Medicine. The IPG has also received funding through MU's Food for the 21st Century.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by following this link.
Series 2. - C:3/49/00
This Series contains printed and duplicated material relating to the Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG). The material includes: Annual Symposia Programs and Abstracts, (2012-2014), a Graduate Studies brochure, (n.d.), the joint abstracts and final program for the 18th North American Conference on Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation and 20th Annual Missouri Plant Biology Symposium, (2002), a Food for the 21st Century IPG Research and Study booklet, (ca. 1991), a graduate fellowships flyer, (1991), annual reports, (1993, 1999), and a booklet on Graduate Study in Plant Breeding and Genetics, (ca. 1989).
(2 FF, 725, 2, 3 Small Holdings Box 2)
Note to Researcher: Additional printed and duplicated material relating to the IPG can be found in C:3/49/1.
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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