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Collection M 001, Record Group 14:
Fort Lewis College Office of Academic Affairs:
records in the Archives

14.1 & 14.2  Faculty/staff
personnel files

14.3  Manuals
14.4 through 14.7  Vice President for Academic Affairs
14.8  Academic Affairs Council
14.9  Academic program self-studies
14.10  Faculty meetings
14.11  Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum
14.12  Faculty and exempt staff searches
14.13 through 14.18 Sabbatical leaves, grants, & appointments
14.A  International Programs
14.B  Center for Civic Engagement
(Service Learning)
14.C  University Press of Colorado

14.D  Institutional Review Board

14.F  Sponsored Research and Federal Relations

Fort Lewis College Archives guide

---Sub-group/Series # and Title---Records description

RG 14     Office of Academic Affairs

  • Historical note:  On May 11, 1977, the State Board of Agriculture approved a definition of exempt positions and listed the exempt positions for Fort Lewis College.  On May 13, 1981, the Board approved a policy for fringe benefits for non-Classified employees of the college.  The Board approved the July 1, 1988 revision of the exempt staff handbook on June 23, 1988.  On June 22, 1983, the Board approved the Early Retirement Option. 

14.11     Faculty development records, in 5 document cases.  Includes, along with faculty development grants from 2000-ongoing that were decided by a Faculty Development Committee, records of the earlier Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum (TLC) grants, 1993-1995, which was a one-time grant cycle, providing a useful snapshot into professional interests and creativity of Fort Lewis College faculty at that time, when given finances and freedom to chart their own teaching/learning style. Includes proposals for special topics courses.

14.A     International Programs and National Student Exchange  (for coordination of study abroad activities; also known as Foreign Trimester Abroad) 
See also Sub-group 15.3.J, the International Studies Program, the academic program that can result in a student constructed major in International Studies.

14.A.1     Printed materials, 1995.  Includes newspaper clippings, posters, and other publicity.
14.A.2     Reports.
14.A.3     Director's records and correspondence.
14.B     Center for Civic Engagement (Service Learning)
14.B.1     Printed materials, 1989 and 1997-ongoing.  Includes newspaper clippings, posters, and other publicity, including the Campus and Community Updates newsletter, starting with Vol. 1, No. 1, 1998 Dec.
14.B.2     Reports, 1994-ongoing.
14.B.3     Director's records and correspondence, 1994-ongoing. 
14.B.4     Community and College Connections newsletter, 1996-ongoing.
14.C     University Press of Colorado
  • Historical note: Fort Lewis College became a member in 1965, with LeRoy W. Goodwin designated as representative in May of 1965.
  •         14.C.1     Printed materials.  Includes catalogs, newspaper clippings, posters, and other publicity.

            14.C.2     Reports.

            14.C.3     Fort Lewis College's records and correspondence.

    14.D    Institutional Review Board

  • Historical note: established to enforce federal guidelines in human subjects research.

            14.D.1     Printed materials.  Includes guidelines, email printouts, and other publicity.

            14.D.2     Reports.

            14.D.3     Chair's records and correspondence.

    14.F    Sponsored Research and Federal Relations

    Historical note: this department of Academic Affiars used to be called Grants Management; it became Sponsored Research and Federal Relations in 2005. Records of the Grants Management Dept can be accessed in series 20.I.

            14.F.1     Printed materials.

  • This inventory was prepared by Todd Ellison, C.A.

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    Page last modified: June 21, 2013