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Affirmative Action and Human Resources, bulk: 1971 - 1996

 Sub-Group — Multiple Containers

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of correspondence, reports, and printed materials relating to the office of Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development at Miami University.

Dates

  • Majority of material found within 1971 - 1996

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Miami University Archives.

Conditions Governing Use

Materials do circulate and may only be used in the archives.

Biographical / Historical

The office of Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development was established in 1972 during the administration of President Phillip R. Shriver.  The purpose of the office is to comply with federal and state equal employment opportunity laws and regulations.  The office now known as the Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity is committed to providing an educational work environment that is free from discrimination on the basis of sex, pregnancy, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military status, or veteran status.

Extent

2 Boxes

Language of Materials

English

Abstract

Collection of materials relating to the office of Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development at Miami University.

Abstract

Academic and Administrative Offices; Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development; Affirmative Action Materials; 1971-92; Box 1 [SWORD]

When searching in this bos for Sierra: Box 1 AS 1 Barcode814841001 i26143574 Barcode35054014300012 Files: 1. Policy Statement (August 1, 1972)[Pamphlet] 2. Affirmative Action (1971-73) 3. Affirmative Action (1973-74) 4. Affirmative Action Program: Equal Employment Opportunity (1973-74) 5. Affirmative Action Program: Title IX (1974-75) 6. Affirmative Action Program: Equal Employment Opportunity (1974-75) 7. Affirmative Action Program: Equal Employment Opportunity (1975-76) 8. Affirmative Action Program: Title IX (1975-76) 9. Affirmative Action Program: Equal Employment Opportunities (1976-77) 10. Affirmative Action: Title IX (1976-77) 11. Affirmative Action (1976-77) [Includes: Black Faculty and Staff (1976-77); Minority Graduate Student Directory (1976-77) 12. Form for Voluntary Self- Identification of Handicapped (December 2, 1981) 13. Affirmative Action: What It Means to You (n.d.) [Pamphlet] 14. Affirmative Action Resource Lists (1972-73) 15. News Clipping About Suit Against Miami University (n.d.) 16. Sexual Harrassment Brochure (1981) 17. University Affirmative Action Advisory Committee (1979-81) 18. Affirmative Action (1979-80) 19. Affirmative Action (1980-81) 20. Affirmative Action (1981-82) 21. Affirmative Action, Synopsis of Annual Report (1983-84) 22. Status of Black Faculty, Staff, and Students at Miami University, Academic Year 1985-86 23. President Paul Pearson's Letter on Affirmative Action (September 3, 1987) 24. American Apartheid? (1990-91) [Brochure] 25. Miami Academic Achievers Program: MAAP News (March 1992- ) 26. Attitudes of Black Students at Miami University about Miami University, Spring Quarter 1975. Prepared by Brenda Major. Miami University, Student Life Research Service (June 1975)

Academic and Administrative Offices; Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development; Miami University Affirmative Action Program; 1974; Loose on Shelf Contains policies and procedures. Call # Archives LD3241.M4994. 1A E Shelf 5 Reference!

Physical Location

Miami University Archives, King Library, 3rd Floor, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired from various sources.

Related Materials

http://archives.lib.muohio.edu/show_subCat2.php?subCat1_id=245&&subCat1_name=Affirmative Action and Human Resource Development&&cat_id=30&&cat_name=Academic and Administrative Offices

Other Descriptive Information

http://archives.lib.muohio.edu/

Processing Information

Collection processed by Robert Schmidt.

Repository Details

Part of the Miami University and Western College Memorial Archives Repository

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