Evaluation and planning (university function)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Committee on Post-War Planning (first known as the Committee on the Curriculum) was set up on November 12, 1942, by President Isaiah Bowman. The records of the Committee on Post-War Planning date from January 1943 to September 1944. Consisting of minutes, correspondence, curriculum reports, and a final report, the records are concerned with projecting the role of the university after the Second World War.
Overview The Board of Trustees established the "Committee to Study the Structure, Organization and Functions of the Board of Trustees and to Consider Possible Amendments to the Charter of the University" under the chairmanship of Howard Bruce, a Trustee of the University from 1947 to 1953. The records of the Survey of the Activities on the Homewood Campus, conducted by the management engineering firm Cresap, McCormick and Paget, consist of one report produced by that firm.
Overview In October 1986, President Steven Muller appointed Vice President Joseph S. Hall to head the Human Climate Task Force at Homewood. This Task Force was charged with recommending improved procedures and processes for the resolution of specific problems such as the status of women, academic dishonesty, and faculty-student relations. On October 23, 1987, the final report of their findings was submitted to the President. The records of the Human Climate Task Force span the years 1985 to 1988 with...
Overview In October 1964, President Milton S. Eisenhower appointed the Long Range Planning Committee with the charge of conducting a thorough and continuing study of the objectives, problems, and plans of the University, assessing the future course of the University and suggesting practical, financially feasible means of carrying out its recommendations. Most of the records of the Long Range Planning Committee date from 1963 to 1967, although there are materials dating back to 1929, which the Committee...
Overview In January 1967, Provost and Vice President William Bevan recommended to President Milton Eisenhower the formation of a planning committee. President Eisenhower concurred with the recommendation and appointed the University Planning Committee, with Bevan as chairman. The committee analyzed the needs of both the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University. The records of the University Planning Committee consist of reports dating from July 1969 through July 1970. These reports concern planning for...