UA/COMM. Committees, Councils, Task Forces, and Working Groups
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a report drafted with the purpose of addressing Colgate's efforts in the recruitment of new students.
This collection includes correspondence, questionnaires sent to departments, the 1974 Five-Year Affirmative Action Plan, and the Committee's 1980 report.
This collection contains correspondence, reports presented to the Council, various drafts of reports created by its sub-committees, and the final All-University Council report that was presented to Colgate's Board of Trustees.
This collection contains a 2013 Campus Master Plan as well as the meeting minutes for the Commission on Campus Planning for winter of 1975. The minutes are brief in content and address filling vacancies and assessing space needs.
The Colgate University Civic Awards Committee records contain committee minutes and correspondence, photographs, information on award winners, clippings, and programs for Colgate's Civic Awards Ceremony and Founders Day.
This is a collection of memorabilia from Colgate University's 100 year anniversary.
The minutes of the Colgate University Faculty Affairs Committee contain discussions of topics such as teaching loads, faculty salaries and benefits, procedures for promotion and tenure, and affirmitave action policies.
The Graduate Studies Committee records document the committee's work to set up the requirements needed to complete a graduate program at Colgate University, define the purpose and scope of the program, set admissions criteria, and address aplicants' inquiries on programs, departments, and requirements for a degree.
The Committe on Independent Study and Honors was formally created in 1961. Prior to this, both an Honors Committee and a program for Independent Study had existed. The committee formed in 1961 appears to have continued the work of these earlier groups, so their correspondence and reports are included in this collection.
This collection contains Information Technology committee meeting minutes from November of 2000 and February 2001.