SCOPE AND CONTENT
Title: Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs. Committee Files.,
Date (inclusive): 1961-1998
Collection number: RSS 8120
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs.
15.00 linear feet
(11 records cartons, 4 archives
Mandeville Special Collections Library, UCSD
Abstract: Correspondence, minutes, and reports of various committees (1961-1998) reporting to the
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs in the UCSD School of Medicine.
Collectively the committees share responsibility for development and administration of
curriculum in the UCSD School of Medicine.
Physical location: For current information on the location of these
materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Collection is open for research
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs. Committee Files., RSS 8120. Mandeville
Special Collections Library, UCSD.
SCOPE AND CONTENT
October 1999 Accession
Minutes, correspondence, and associated materials for faculty committees reporting to the
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs in the UCSD School of Medicine. The
collection spans the years 1961-1998. Collectively, the committees have responsibility
for guiding and administering the curriculum in the UCSD School of Medicine.
Correspondence (1994-1998) and minutes (1971-1998) of the Committee on Educational Policy
and other minutes of various ad hoc committees and other documents generated by the
Correspondence (1977-1978, 1984-1985, and 1989-1996) and minutes (1969-1996) of the Core
Curriculum Committee. The series also includes reviews of various programs.
Minutes and other materials pertinent to additional committees reporting to the Associate
Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs. The committees represented in this series
include the Curriculum Committee, Electives Committee, Specialites Committee, and the
University Hospital of San Diego Advisory Committee.
Materials related to miscellaneous School of Medicine courses, including Introduction to
Clinical Medicine, Organ Physiology and Pharmacology, Reproductive Medicine, and Social
and Behavioral Sciences.