Faculty Papers

The mission of the University Archives and Records Program is to document the intellectual, administrative, cultural, and social environments of the University of Michigan. Faculty papers contain significant information on teaching, research, and professional activities, areas through which researchers can gain a valuable perspective on the intellectual vitality of the university community. The University Archives and Records Program collects the personal papers of representative faculty in an endeavor to document the intellectual environment of the University of Michigan.

Collecting Objective

The program's primary collecting objective is to document the careers of faculty members who meet some or all of the following criteria:

The program will give highest priority to those faculty papers which can be open for research use.

Records of Potential Historical Value

The following types of material found in faculty papers are considered to have potential historical value:

A Selection of Faculty Papers in the Archives

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Transferring Faculty Papers to the University Archives and Records Program

If you are a University of Michigan faculty member and are interested in transferring your papers to the University Archives and Records Program, please contact us.