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The Faculty Committee on Honor Council was created in 1953 to work with the student run Honor Council. Its first Chairman was R. C. Braithwaite (1953-1954). He was followed by Reed H. Bradford. In 1957, the Faculty Committee on Honor Council was combined with the University Standards Committee.
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The Faculty Committee on Honor Council was created in 1953 to work with the student run Honor Council. Its first Chairman was R. C. Braithwaite (1953-1954). He was followed by Reed H. Bradford. In 1957, due to its similar function, the Faculty Committee on Honor Council was combined with the University Standards Committee.
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Brigham Young University. Faculty Committee on Honor
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

Revision as of 14:37, 1 December 2010

The Faculty Committee on Honor Council was created in 1953 to work with the student run Honor Council. Its first Chairman was R. C. Braithwaite (1953-1954). He was followed by Reed H. Bradford. In 1957, due to its similar function, the Faculty Committee on Honor Council was combined with the University Standards Committee.

Variant names

Brigham Young University. Faculty Committee on Honor

Description

Established: 1953

Abolished: 1957

Location: Provo, Utah (1953-1957)

Functions

The Faculty Committee on Honor Council met to hear cases submitted by the Student Honor Council.

Assets and Administrative Structure

This Committee reported to the Dean of Students.

Associated Units

Associated unit: Brigham Young University. Honor Council (1953-1957)

Later unit: Brigham Young University. University Standards Committee (1957)

Sources

Brigham Young University Annual School Catalog, 1953-1954: p. 17 (R. C. Braithwaite, chairman)

Harvey L. Taylor Administrative Council Records, 1953-1963 (UA 913 Box 13 Fol 4): (Reed H. Bradford, chairman)

Brigham Young University Accreditation Self-Study Reports, 2003-2006 (UA 1262 Box 2): (heard cases submitted by the Student Honor Council; reported to the Dean of Students)

History of the formal honor system at Brigham Young University during the first ten years, 1950-1960 (UA 64): (combined with University Standards Committee)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2010-00285

Creator: JDM