University of West Florida. Faculty Senate Records
Scope and Contents
Records, 1979- , and its predecessor, the Faculty Council, 1973-1979, including agendas, minutes, reports, and other working papers.
The Faculty Council was composed of faculty representatives elected from Alpha and Omega Colleges. In 1979, after the creation of the three Colleges (Arts and Science, Education, Business), the Faculty Council was renamed as the Faculty Senate. Its actions are reported to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Special Collections also has the records of the Faculty Senate that are part of the Vice President for Academic Affairs files. These are more complete including correspondence, memoranda, and other working papers, and reflect the Senate and its activities as perceived by the VPAA office.
- created: 1979-
- Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1989
- University of West Florida (Organization)
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Source of Acquisition
Acquired piecemeal; University Archives backlog, 1989
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