This collection consists of administrative records from the University of California, Irvine, Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs,
a.k.a. Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, from 1960-2009. The bulk of the collection contains academic planning materials,
which includes academic plans for various schools and departments, Academic Task Force (ATF) files, budget planning papers,
deans' meeting minutes, and Honors Convocation ceremonies material. Also included are the student affirmative action five-year
plan and the chronological files for Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, Dr. William Lillyman. This collection also includes
13 boxes of unprocessed chronological files for various provosts and associate vice chancellors within academic affairs. In
addition, there is material documenting the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows awards, 2001-2009. An unprocessed addition
to this collection contains files and information on various policies, committees, and schools; chron files, and information
from the EVC's Non Academic Task Force.
The position of the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor began as the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs in 1962 as one
of the initial positions created during the planning of the university. Ivan R. Hinderaker, the first Vice Chancellor of Academic
Affairs, was responsible for much of the early academic planning and recruitment of the senior administrators at UCI. In late
1977, the title was changed to the Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC) to reflect the growing responsibilities of the position,
with James L. McGaugh serving as the first EVC from 1977 to 1982. The position underwent a second change upon the departure
of McGaugh; from 1982 to 1985, William J. Lillyman was called The Vice Chancellor until the title returned to Executive Vice
Chancellor by April 1985. In 2006, the title changed to its current incarnation, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost.
4.8 Linear Feet
(8 boxes) and 20 unprocessed linear feet
Property rights reside with the University of California. Copyrights are generally retained by the creators of the records
and their heirs, unless transferred to the University of California. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine
who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where the UC Regents do
not hold the copyright.
Processed components of the collection are open for research. Unprocessed additions may contain restricted materials. Please
contact the Department of Special Collections and Archives in advance to request access.