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Guide to the Stanford University, Cabinet, Records
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Agenda, minutes, memoranda, reports, and other records, 1990-1996.
The primary function of the University Cabinet is to recommend and review principles, policies, and rules of University-wide significance. Chaired by the President, membership of the Executive Cabinet includes the Provost, Deans of the seven Schools, the Vice Provost and Dean of Research, the Director of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, the Director of the Hoover Institution, the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, and the Vice Provost for Graduate Education. Its purpose is to assure the centrality of academic objectives in the work of the University. Membership of the Full Cabinet includes the Executive Cabinet, the Vice Presidents, and other senior administrators and invited officers. The President and the Provost seek the Full Cabinet's advice on issues of University direction, policy, and planning, including, but not limited to: long-range planning for faculty and academic program development; strategic planning on financial, facilities, and fund-raising matters; faculty and student affairs; and personnel policies. The Cabinet advises the President and the Provost on other matters as appropriate.
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