Office of Academic Planning and Accountability (OAPA) administrative files on program accreditation and reviews, community engagement, and affiliated centers and institutes including Simmons College. OAPA is under the Office of the Executive Vice President and University Provost and oversees the areas of institutional research and planning, institutional effectiveness, and accreditation and academic planning.
Personnel records maintained by the Office of University Counsel for administrators of the University of Louisville and individuals employed by the University's athletics program. Note that some materials cover individuals who also have faculty personnel files (see accession 1981-067).
This 23.5 linear foot collection, dates from 1959 to 1997. The bulk of the collection documents Barber's teaching and administrative work at the University of Louisville along with his professional activity outside the university.
Records of the University of Louisville's Presidential Search Committee. Records include proposal from search firm Fink and Associates, list of desirable characteristics of a future president, community comments, feedback received during listening tours, procedures, interview schedule, and talking points for announcement of new president Neeli Bendapudi.
Records from the Council of Academic Officers meetings from May 2012 to April 2019. Records include minutes, attachments, and other related materials.
Faculty papers of Thomas H. Crawford. Records document key aspects of Dr. Crawford's service to the University, including teaching and administration, and the greater Louisville community. Files include minutes of university meetings, internal studies, records related to university personnel matters, and records related to local, state, and international science fairs.
Administrative records for the Office of the Provost's Faculty Affairs. These materials were created and maintained to facilitate the operations and management of faculty personnel. Records include policies, procedures, memos, correspondence, and related records.
This collection contains office files from Keeney’s time as a faculty member and dean of the University of Louisville Medical School as well as resources from various organizations he was involved in throughout his career. These materials include correspondence, committee minutes, case studies, biographical information, and research notes.