The Office of the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities records document the oversight and coordination of the arts and
humanities departments and programs; as well as academic planning and accreditation materials created during Stanley Chodorow's
tenure as Dean. Dean Chodorow served as the campus Accreditation Liaison Officer through the accreditation process.
The Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, reporting directly to the Executive Chancellor for Academic Affairs, is the
academic-administrative leader of the School of Arts and Humanities. Comprised of six large academic departments: History,
Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theatre & Dance, and Visual Arts. The School administers several undergraduate and graduate
programs, including several foreign language programs, Classical Studies, and Ethnic Studies. Other units involving Arts and
Humanities faculty and oversight of the Dean include: Institute of Arts and Humanities (IAH), Mandeville Center, the University
Art Gallery, and affiliated external entities including the La Jolla Playhouse and the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus.