University of Nevada, Reno. Faculty Senate
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0185
Abstract In 1972, the Faculty Senate appointed a committee to study the role of the athletic program at the University and report its findings to the faculty. The study examined the role the program played in the functions of teaching, research and public service of the university, the cost of the program, and the effect of the program on students. John P. Marschall was chair of the committee. Collection includes final report, as reported in Board of Regents minutes, April 13, 1973; questionnaire;...
Identifier: AC 0555
Abstract The University Council was established in 1959 to formulate and recommend to the university president legislation relative to university educational policy and faculty welfare. The Council was succeeded by the University Senate (Faculty Senate) in 1967. The Faculty Senate Records consist of minutes, handbooks, manuals, reports, and records from subcommittees and taskforces. Among the reports are the 1999 Core Curriculum Program Review and the University of Nevada Health Sciences Center...
Identifier: AC 0128
Abstract In 1982, the University went through a series of crises. Due to the state's poor economy the University was asked to cut expenditures, and a controversial Comprehensive Program Review (CPR) was implemented. In October 1982, Chancellor Robert Bersi submitted to the faculty a proposed revised University of Nevada System code which included mandatory psychiatric examinations on demand, granted the Regents the power to make sudden and arbitrary changes in the code, shifted power in personnel...
Identifier: AC 0063
Abstract In 1970/71, the Oral History Program at the University of Nevada and the University Archives initiated a program to interview prominent members of the University community to comment on the previous year. The objective was to present a picture of the past year as observed by students, faculty, and others who were involved and concerned with the University. The collection consists of 5 bound volumes of transcribed tapes. Also, there are two reel-to-reel audio tapes (with cassette copies) of...
Identifier: AC 0556
Abstract John Mark Lilley was born on March 24, 1939, in Converse, Louisiana, the son of a Baptist minister. He graduated from Baylor University in 1964 with bachelor's degrees in music education and church music and a master's degree in music. He then worked at the University of Southern California and entered its doctoral program. He taught at The Claremont Colleges from 1966-1976, completing his Ph.D. in music from USC in 1971. John M. Lilley served as the fourteenth president of the University of...