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Mitsui Life Financial Research Center (University of Michigan) records, 1990-2010

3 linear feet — 1 oversize volume

Research center established in 1990 to encourage and support research in global financial market. Center is part of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Includes founding documents, annual reports, records of symposiums and lectures, particularly the Mitsui Life Symposium on Global Financial Markets; also photographs and scrapbook.

The Mitsui Center collection, 1990 to 2010, includes some administrative records of the Center, but consists primarily of material to the Mitsui Life Symposium on Global Financial Markets. The records are organized in three series: Administration, Events, and Photographs.


News and Information Services (University of Michigan) Faculty and Staff Files, 1944-2005 (majority within 1960-1995)

145 linear feet

The Faculty and Staff files contain biographical and background information created and collected by the University of Michigan News and Information Services. News and Information Services is the media relations office of the university. The files represent more than 6,000 individual faculty and staff members. Some files contain photographs.

The Faculty and Staff Files (145 linear feet; 1944-2005) are arranged alphabetically by surname and contain academic and biographical information on nearly 6000 faculty and staff, including many who are inactive, retired or deceased. The files were maintained by the University of Michigan News and Information Service. Early on the files were working files holding ready reference biographical information and copies of press releases. Eventually the files came to include collected information such as copies of local and national newspaper articles where faculty or staff members were mentioned.

The amount of information per individual varies considerably, ranging from a single item to multiple folders. Files dating from around 1960-1995 tend to have more documentation than dates outside of this range, though there are some exceptions. Specific types of information include copies of news releases where the individual is mentioned, pages from Regents' meetings detailing appointments (resignations, faculty appointments, promotions, reassignments, sabbaticals, adoption of memoirs for retirements and deaths, etc.), newspaper clippings, magazine articles, preprints or reprints of publications, curricula vitae or other biographical summaries, and obituaries. In addition, some of the files contain photographs and negatives. (Photograph Series D of the News and Information Services records contains more than 4,000 faculty and staff portraits. A separate finding aid is available for that series.)

Files of University of Michigan presidents such as Alexander Ruthven and Harlan Hatcher are within the collection, as are files of various members of the Board of Regents. Distinguished alumni of the University of Michigan, including Nobel Prize winners Stanley Cohen and Raoul Wallenberg, also have files. The collection is of interest to researchers who desire a greater understanding of the professional interests and activities of faculty members in particular.