Larry N. Vanderhoef, Chancellor Emeritus of University of California, Davis, led UC Davis for 25 years, first as provost/executive
vice chancellor (1984-1994) and then as chancellor (1994-2009). As chancellor emeritus, he remained involved in campus, regional
and national issues until his death in 2015. His papers include correspondence, speeches, writings, resource files, course
files, clippings, photographs, DVDs, CDs, and realia. Files created in Vanderhoef's capacity as Chancellor are located in
AR-023, Office of the Chancellor and Provost Records.
UC Davis Chancellor Emeritus Larry N. Vanderhoef began his career as a plant biologist at the University of Illinois. In 1980,
he was appointed Provost at the University of Maryland, College Park, and in 1984 he became Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor
of the University of California, Davis. Larry Vanderhoef led UC Davis for 25 years, first as provost/executive vice chancellor
(1984-1994) and then as chancellor (1994-2009). As chancellor emeritus, he remained involved in campus, regional and national
issues until his death on Oct. 15, 2015.
Stratton, Maril R. "About the UC Davis Chancellor Larry N. Vanderhoef Archival Collection", 2017.
"Chancellor Emeritus Larry N. Vanderhoef", http://chancelloremeritus.ucdavis.edu/. Last accessed 17 July 2017.
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