Papers (1953-1968) of James Enochs, Dean of Academic Planning for the California State Colleges. Papers focus on curriculum,
graduate programs and other materials.
Dr. Enochs was the first Dean of Academic Planning for the California State Colleges. As the state colleges began to move
from being purely teacher's colleges to becoming a part of an integrated Master Plan covering all of higher education in California,
the changes in and development of new curricula assumed importance. The files in this series illuminate some of the decision-making
involved in this redefinition of curricular goals. Many of the files come from the decade before the Donohoe Act, which organized
the CSUC System in 1960-61, but a significant section of the papers also cover the creation of graduate programs, including
the joint doctorate programs.
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