Difference between revisions of "Brigham Young University. American Indian Services and Research Center"

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The Institute of American Indian Services and Research was established in 1974 and was part of the Division of Continuing Education.  In 1977 it was renamed the American Indian Services and Research Center. Dale T. Tingey served as director of the department from 1974 to 1977.
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The American Indian Services and Research Center was renamed in 1977 and was part of the Division of Continuing Education.  Previously it was known as the Institute of American Indian Services and Research. Dale T. Tingey served as director of the department from 1977 to 1990.
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
  
Established: [[established in::date::1974]]
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Established: [[established in::date::1977]]
  
Abolished: [[abolished in::date::1977]]
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Abolished: [[abolished in::date::1990]]
  
Location: [[location of::Provo, Utah]] ([[date::1974]]-[[date::1977]])
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Location: [[location of::Provo, Utah]] ([[date::1977]]-[[date::1990]])
  
 
==Functions==
 
==Functions==
  
The Institute is an off-campus program for Indians that provides innovative assistance to Indian people throughout North and Central America.  Established in 1958 under the sponsorship of Spencer W. Kimball and the authority of the University and the Board of Trustees, the Institute began to assemble information on every phase of Indian culture.  In 1966, the organization was expanded to include research and services to Indians in the areas of agriculture, economic projects, alcoholism, and other areas of need across a whole range of pressing social and economic problems.
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The Institute is an off-campus program for Indians that provides innovative assistance to Indian people throughout North and Central America.  Originally established in 1958 under the sponsorship of Spencer W. Kimball and the authority of the University and the Board of Trustees, the Institute began to assemble information on every phase of Indian culture.  In 1966, the organization was expanded to include research and services to Indians in the areas of agriculture, economic projects, alcoholism, and other areas of need across a whole range of pressing social and economic problems.
  
 
==Assets and Administrative Structure==
 
==Assets and Administrative Structure==
  
The Institute of American Indian Services and Research is under the supervision of a director who reports to the dean of the Division of Continuing Education.
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The American Indian Services and Research Center is under the supervision of a director who reports to the dean of the Division of Continuing Education.
  
 
==Associated Units==
 
==Associated Units==
  
Superior unit: [[superior unit::Brigham Young University. Division of Continuing Education]] ([[date::1974]]-[[date::1977]])
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Superior unit: [[superior unit::Brigham Young University. Division of Continuing Education]] ([[date::1977]]-[[date::1990]])
  
 
==Associated Archival Materials==
 
==Associated Archival Materials==
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==Sources==  
 
==Sources==  
  
Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1975-1976: p. 28 (Dale T. Tingey, Director)
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Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1977-1978: p. 282 (Dale T. Tingey, Director)
  
 
==Maintenance Information==
 
==Maintenance Information==
  
Record ID: EAC-2009-00501
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Record ID: EAC-2009-00502
  
 
Creator: LFW
 
Creator: LFW

Revision as of 15:51, 19 November 2009

The American Indian Services and Research Center was renamed in 1977 and was part of the Division of Continuing Education. Previously it was known as the Institute of American Indian Services and Research. Dale T. Tingey served as director of the department from 1977 to 1990.

Description

Established: 1977

Abolished: 1990

Location: Provo, Utah (1977-1990)

Functions

The Institute is an off-campus program for Indians that provides innovative assistance to Indian people throughout North and Central America. Originally established in 1958 under the sponsorship of Spencer W. Kimball and the authority of the University and the Board of Trustees, the Institute began to assemble information on every phase of Indian culture. In 1966, the organization was expanded to include research and services to Indians in the areas of agriculture, economic projects, alcoholism, and other areas of need across a whole range of pressing social and economic problems.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The American Indian Services and Research Center is under the supervision of a director who reports to the dean of the Division of Continuing Education.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University. Division of Continuing Education (1977-1990)

Associated Archival Materials

Sources

Brigham Young University Annual Catalog, 1977-1978: p. 282 (Dale T. Tingey, Director)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2009-00502

Creator: LFW