Fonds F0248 - President's Executive Advisory Committee fonds.
- 1969-2001 (Creation)
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In September of 1969, the Board of Governors and the General Faculty Council approved a recommendation of the President in his "Report of the President on Administrative Review" to create an Presidential Executive Advisory Committee (PEAC). The President recommended the Committee be established in order to answer the need for cohesion and interaction in the execution of academic, capital, financial and student policies. The Committee would consist of the three Vice-Presidents and the Academic Secretary, and would consider matters falling within the President's and Vice-Presidents' executive functions. The members of the PEAC are now the Director, University Secretariat; Executive Director, External Relations; and Director of Information Services.
In 1971 the responsibilities of the VP (Business and Finance) included supervising the annual operating and capital resources policy through PEAC. By 1982 the now VP(Finance) was responsible for integrating financial policy with academic and services policy through PEAC. In 1974, VP (Academic) integrated academic plans with fiscal and space requirements through PEAC.
In 2001/2002, President Harvey P. Weingarten made the decision to disband the President's Executive Advisory Committee.