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Faculty Information Bulletin  [17]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/164215

The first "Information for Faculty" bulletin was published in 1951. And in the opening statement, President James L. Morrill described the publication as providing “in simplified and readily usable form, an overview of the many activities, services, and agencies of the University of Minnesota. Its purpose is to reveal the multitude of resources available in this educational community to make each faculty member's contribution to our joint effort professionally effective and personally satisfying.”

Format changes occurred over time, but each volume contains similar sections regarding faculty responsibilities and rights, University policies, tenure and promotion procedures, and campus services and resources.


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