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record-group-formattting-fixes

Added some double breaks, reformatted presidents list, etc.
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title: Presidents
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Listed below are the Office of the President's Records and the individual papers of some of the
Presidents. Note: Some presidential records do not have online collection guides, but can be found in the DUL catalog.<br/>
<u>Duke Presidents</u><br/>
Brantley York, 1838-1842<br/>
Braxton Craven, 1842-1863, 1866-1882<br/>
Marquis Lafayette Wood, 1883-1884<br/>
Trustee Committee of Management<br/>
John Franklin Crowell, 1887-1894<br/>
John Carlisle Kilgo, 1894-1910<br/>
William Preston Few, 1910-1940<br/>
Robert Lee Flowers, 1941-1948<br/>
Arthur Hollis Edens, 1949-1960<br/>
Julian Deryl Hart, 1960-1963<br/>
Douglas Maitland Knight, 1963-1969<br/>
Terry Sanford, 1969-1985<br/>
H. Keith H. Brodie, 1985-1993<br/>
Nannerl Overholser Keohane, 1993-2004<br/>
Richard H. Brodhead, 2004-2017<br/>
Vincent Price, 2017-
Presidents. Note: Some presidential records do not have online collection guides, but can be found in the DUL catalog.<br/><br/>
<strong>Duke Presidents:</strong> Brantley York, 1838-1842; Braxton Craven, 1842-1863, 1866-1882; Marquis Lafayette Wood, 1883-1884;
Trustee Committee of Management; John Franklin Crowell, 1887-1894; John Carlisle Kilgo, 1894-1910; William Preston Few, 1910-1940;
Robert Lee Flowers, 1941-1948; Arthur Hollis Edens, 1949-1960; Julian Deryl Hart, 1960-1963; Douglas Maitland Knight, 1963-1969;
Terry Sanford, 1969-1985; H. Keith H. Brodie, 1985-1993; Nannerl Overholser Keohane, 1993-2004; Richard H. Brodhead, 2004-2017;
Vincent Price, 2017-
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title: Office of the President
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title: Student Affairs
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The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for a wide array of programs and activities to engage students outside of the classroom. It is tasked with supporting student groups, student health, career center, and many other integral components to student life. The Division is headed by the Vice Provost/Vice President of Student Affairs. Note: Records of individual student groups are located in the Record Group titled "Student/Campus Life."<br/>
The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for a wide array of programs and activities to engage students outside of the classroom. It is tasked with supporting student groups, student health, career center, and many other integral components to student life. The Division is headed by the Vice Provost/Vice President of Student Affairs. Note: Records of individual student groups are located in the Record Group titled "Student/Campus Life."<br/><br/>
Departments include: Resource Administration; Dining; Housing and Residence Life; Campus Life (includes Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, formerly known as Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life); the Center for Multicultural Affairs (formerly known as Intercultural Initiatives); Jewish Life at Duke; Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture; Muslim Life at Duke; University Center Activities and Events; Women's Center; Career Center; and Dean of Students (includes Case Management, also known as DukeReach); Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS); Emergency Response; Parent and Family Programs; Student Conduct; Student Health; Student Health Insurance; Student Wellness Center, also known as DuWell.
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responsible for the management of all financial and administrative services of the University.
This office's responsibilities include facilities, financial services, and information
technology, among other departments. This position has evolved significantly over the past
fifty years and other titles for the position are displayed below.<br/>
fifty years and other titles for the position are displayed below.<br/><br/>
<b>Current Position: Executive Vice President and Treasurer (Financial Services, Office of the Treasurer)</b><br/>
<strong>Current Position: Executive Vice President and Treasurer (Financial Services, Office of the Treasurer)</strong><br/><br/>
Previous Titles: Comptroller and Business Manager (1958); Business Manager (1961); Vice President for Business and
Finance/Treasurer (1965); Two Offices (a split occurred briefly); Vice President and Treasurer
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The Office of Public Affairs and Government Relations oversees Duke's communications and government relations
and includes offices responsible for federal, state and, local government affairs; local community relations;
campus news and communications; digital media; marketing; and photographic services. The Vice President for Public
Affairs and Government Relations also serves as Duke's chief spokesperson.<br/>
Affairs and Government Relations also serves as Duke's chief spokesperson.<br/><br/>
Note: Due to the extent of its records, University Communications has its own record group
titled University Communications (RG 27).
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title: School of Law
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Although lectures on law were offered by Trinity College president Braxton Craven as early as 1850, a formal School of Law wasn't established at Trinity College until 1891-1892 and it was discontinued in 1894. In 1904, the School of Law was reestablished under Dean Samuel Fox Mordecai with funding provided by James Buchanan Duke and Benjamin Newton Duke. For more about the School of Law's history, including a timeline of the School's deans, visit this School of Law website.<br/>
Although lectures on law were offered by Trinity College president Braxton Craven as early as 1850, a formal School of Law wasn't established at Trinity College until 1891-1892 and it was discontinued in 1894. In 1904, the School of Law was reestablished under Dean Samuel Fox Mordecai with funding provided by James Buchanan Duke and Benjamin Newton Duke. For more about the School of Law's history, including a timeline of the School's deans, visit this School of Law website.<br/><br/>
Note: The records of several deans are located in the School of Law records.
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title: Graduate School
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The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Duke University was formally established in 1926, although some graduate instruction had been offered previously at Trinity College. In 1968 the name was shortened to the Graduate School. Today, the Graduate school administers master's and Ph.D. programs in over 60 departments and programs.<br/>
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Duke University was formally established in 1926, although some graduate instruction had been offered previously at Trinity College. In 1968 the name was shortened to the Graduate School. Today, the Graduate school administers master's and Ph.D. programs in over 60 departments and programs.<br/><br/>
Note: Individual departments are centralized in RG 25.
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'25':
title: Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
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After James B. Duke founded Duke University in 1924, the University's former name, Trinity College, became the undergraduate college for men. In 1930, the Woman's College for undergraduate women opened on East Campus; Trinity College moved to the new West Campus. In 1972, Trinity College and the Woman's College merged to become the coeducational Trinity College of Arts and Sciences.<br/>
After James B. Duke founded Duke University in 1924, the University's former name, Trinity College, became the undergraduate college for men. In 1930, the Woman's College for undergraduate women opened on East Campus; Trinity College moved to the new West Campus. In 1972, Trinity College and the Woman's College merged to become the coeducational Trinity College of Arts and Sciences.<br/><br/>
Note: Although most of the individual departments are also part of the Graduate School or other professional schools on campus, their records are centralized in RG 25.
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'31':
title: Student/Campus Life
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This record group represents student life on Duke's campus, including student organizations, residence halls, living groups, and fraternities and sororities. This record group divides the student organizations topically.<br/>
This record group represents student life on Duke's campus, including student organizations, residence halls, living groups, and fraternities and sororities. This record group divides the student organizations topically.<br/><br/>
Note: See also collections in RG 1 about student activism, student life, and student organizations.
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