Vice President for Academic Affairs, Alice Bourke Hayes, Records
Cudahy Library Room 218
1032 West Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60626
Extent: 3.5 Linear Feet
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The title of the Vice President for Academic Affairs was created in June of 1987 and was held first by Alice Bourke Hayes, Ph.D. In June of 1994 the title was changed to VP for Academic Services and remained so until it was discontinued in April of 1997. It was reactivated on July 15, 1998 and changed to Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs to replace the title of Senior Vice President and Dean of Faculties. In 2003 the office of the Provost was instituted and the title of Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs was discontinued.
Scope and Content Note:
The Alice Bourke Hayes Records include materials related to Loyola-Mellon Foundation grants, grant programs for Hispanic and other minorities, program reviews and other standing committees, and North Central Association's accreditation evaluations. The papers generally reflect her professional endeavors and include and outline of her career, correspondence related to her career, publications by Hayes, presentation and conference ephemera including papers, and grant proposals. There is also significant material present related to the Leaf Blade Formation Project specifically which includes formal papers, correspondence, articles, research logs, and data books.