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Office of the Chancellor -- Associate Chancellor -- Nan E. McGehee Files

Nan E. McGehee was the Associate Chancellor and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle during the 1960s and 1970s. McGehee served on a number of committees, including chairing a search committee for the Dean of the College of Urban Science and chairing the committee to reconstitute the Faculty Senate. McGehee also served as the

Seminarians Organized for Racial Justice records

Correspondence, newsletters, reports, memos, and history of Seminarians Organized for Racial Justice (SORJ), a Chicago-area group organized in 1968 to eliminate racism, promote Catholic Church ties with affirmative action businesses, and construction of low-income housing for minorities in Arlington Heights. Most of the newsletters discuss "Project Equality," an attempt to raise awareness from within the dioceses on SORJ’s activities. Box

University of Illinois at the Medical Center -- Office of the Chancellor -- Chancellor -- records

This collection contains records from the Vice President of the Chicago Professional Colleges and the Office of the Chancellor, University of Illinois at the Medical Center with information on all of the major offices, colleges, departments for the medical center - including reports, memoranda, policy statements, minutes, publications, programs and correspondence received from or sent to the President, Trustees, administrators,