The Pierre Galletti office files comprise administrative records related to Galletti's tenure at Brown University and the Brown University Medical School. The files include records related to committees, task forces, and councils on which Galletti served as well as subject files concerning a range of issues including financial aid, curriculum, and long-range planning. The records date from 1963-1990.
The Maurice Glicksman Provost Files includes office files and documents relating to Maurice Glicksman's role as Provost of the University from 1978-1990. Although the collection ranges from 1954-2000, the majority of files come from 1960-1990. This collection also includes some of Glicksman's research and classes before and during his time as Provost. A substantial part of the collection is from Glicksman's position on the Admininstrative Committee on Academic Development (ACAD) and the Administration Committee on Appointments and Promotions (ACAP), his role on the Academic Council and the Universities Research Association, and his interactions with various University intiatives and institutions - including departmental affairs and staffing plans. Glicksman also had dealings with various foundations and governmental branches for grant coverage and research approval. As such, some of Glicksman's own engineering and physical science research is contained in this collection. In addition, this collection contains restricted files pertaining to the legal affairs of the Univesity during Glicksman's time as provost.
The Sidney Goldstein papers document Goldstein's research and teaching at Brown University. The papers consist of population research conducted by Goldstein; professional affiliations; teaching, including graduate advising; administrative service to the University; as well as his work with the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University. Materials date from 1950 to 1999.
The Graduate School convocation speeches are a selection of addresses made to incoming Brown University graduate students during Convocation, between 1928 and 1988. The files are arranged alphabetically by speaker.
The Herschel Grossman papers document Grossman's research and scholarship. The collection includes Grossman's undergraduate and graduate coursework, papers, and presentations. Materials include research notes, lecture notes, essays, and numerous publications in the field of economics. The records date from 1957 to 2003.