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International Institute (University of Michigan) records, 1993-1999, 2017

2.0 linear feet — 7.5 GB

University of Michigan unit devoted to exchanging knowledge and resources across campus and with institutions worldwide by bringing in scholars, funding overseas research and study, and collaborating with campus programs, including seventeen centers and programs under the institute. Materials include minutes and meeting books from 1993-1999 and a video recording from a 2017 event featuring Congressman John Lewis.

The International Institute papers include minutes and meeting books for executive committee and governing board meetings, covering November 1993 to April 1999. It also includes a video recording of the keynote speech from the II-supported Fall 2017 Marching Forward series launched by the Conflict and Peace Initiative (CPI) at U-M featuring Congressman John Lewis.


Office of International Academic Affairs (University of Michigan), records, 1968-1993 (majority within 1989-1992)

5.8 linear feet (in 7 boxes)

University of Michigan unit established in 1990 concerned with the university's international research and teaching activities. Series in the record group include: Presidential Initiatives Fund, Units, Topical Files, Correspondence, and Visual Materials including photographs and videocassettes primarily depicting visit of University of Michigan delegation to South Africa in 1991 in part to present honorary degree to Nelson Mandela.

The records of the Office of International Academic Affairs document the international affairs and concerns of the University of Michigan. The records span the years 1968-1993; the bulk of the materials cover 1989-1992. The records are divided into five series: Presidential Initiatives Fund, Academic Units, Topical Files, Correspondence, and Visual Materials