Office of the Provost records
Reports, proposals, and plans, including Cooperative Education Survey Results, 2000; Call to Action for Coop Education, 1998-2000, Cooperative Education Working Group Final Report, 1997; Academic Common Experience; Long range planning; technology planning; semester conversion; Pew Report; President's Intensification Initiative, 1996; and research publications, 2005. The provost of Northeastern University is the chief academic officer of the university and reports to the president. The provost provides leadership for all curricular, instructional and faculty development matters and governs the budgeting, administering, evaluating, and planning of the academic aspects of university life. Created in 1958, the Office of the Provost has expanded with the university's size and adapted to its evolving academic priorities. Over the years the office has grown to include associate and vice-provosts who are in charge of specific academic areas such as faculty affairs, research, budgeting, graduate education, continuing education, and undergraduate education. Accessioned 2004 Nov 03. This material should be processed with other accessions from the Office of the Provost. 45/2
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- 1995-2000, 2005
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