Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Board of Trustees. Decadal Review records
Scope and Contents
The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Board of Trustees. Decadal Review records contain the administrative files related to the Board of Trustee's "Decadal Review" of Institute for Advanced Study operations. Materials include administrative correspondence, meeting minutes, questionairres and surveys, research reports, and audio cassettes documenting every aspect of the traditional ten-year audit of the Institute for Advanced Study. Materials date from the first review in 1955 to 2012.
- Creation: 1956-2009
- Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.) (Organization)
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Select materials in this collection are subject to the Institute for Advanced Study Archival Policy (1986).
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The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Board of Trustees. Decadal Review records contain administrative records and documentation related to the Board of Trustee's "Decadal Review" of Institute for Advanced Study operations. Materials date from the first review in 1955 to 2012.
These records are arranged into the following sub-gropus: Joint Faculty-Trustee Study Committee, Trustees Committee on the Future of the Institute (Barklie McKee Henry, chair), Review Committee of the Board of Trustees (Martin Segal, chair), Planning and Review Committee (James Wolfensohn, chair), Decadal Review (Richard Black and Helene Kaplan, co-chairs), Decadal Review (Peter Goddard), Decadal Review, Trustees, Review Committees, and Decadal Review Files.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Institute for Advanced Study Director's Office transferred these files to the Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center.
Upon receipt, archivist arranged materials into sub-groups. Archivists housed materials into acid-free containers for long-term storage and preservation.
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- Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center staff compiled this finding aid.
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- 2022-02-03: Caitlin Rizzo revised this finding aid to comply with DACS standards and revised the record group title.