Affirmative action programs -- Nevada -- Reno
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0463
Overview The Affirmative Action Advisory Board supports, advises and assists the Affirmative Action Office (AAO) by providing campus outreach and serving as liaison between AAO and the campus community, functions as a central clearinghouse for concerns, ideas, and information related to affirmative action at the university, and develops policy and practice recommendations. The collection contains board meeting agendas and minutes, memoranda, working papers, and affirmative action related reports and...
Identifier: AC 0094
Overview The Affirmative Action Compliance Committee was formed at the request of Harry J. Wolf, Director of Affirmative Action, to develop compliance procedures, data gathering and analysis. The collection consists of general correspondence and memorandums, 1972-1975; committee minutes, 1975; an undated statistical chart listing total staff race, salary, and position; and affirmative action program guidelines and policies.
Identifier: AC 0442
Abstract The Affirmative Action Office is responsible for coordinating all compliance efforts, for investigating complaints and for receiving grievances from students, faculty and staff in matters dealing with discrimination. The records consist of annual university affirmative action plans, correspondence, compliance and institutional analysis reports, committee records, and miscellaneous materials related to activities of the office.
Identifier: AC 0091
Overview The Committee on Equal Opportunity, also known as the Equal Opportunity Board, was the 1975 merger of the Human Relations Commission, the Commission on the Status of Women, and the Affirmative Action Compliance Committee. The goal was to study and propose policies to ensure equitable treatment of all members of the University of Nevada community and to consult with the Affirmative Action Officer and President of the University. The collection contains committee records including minutes and...
Identifier: AC 0093
Overview The Human Relations Action Council, as stated in its first interim report, was formed in 1968 as a direct response to a national crisis in human relations symbolized by the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King. At its first meeting, the Council charged itself with the responsibility of gathering information about the social inequities that affect the educational and other opportunities of Nevada citizens, publication of this information, and the active fostering of university and community support...
Identifier: AC 0092
Overview The Human Relations Commission was formed in June 1968 by university president N. Edd Miller, when called upon by the Human Relations Action Council to publicly affirm the university's opposition to all attitudes and practices which would discourage members of minority groups from applying or remaining at the University. The first meeting was held in September and was charged by Miller with a ten-point program which covered all the major proposals recommended by the Human Relations Action...