COPE Recommendations and Responses, 1974-1976 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 13/1/8
Volume: 0.6 cubic feet
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Description: Reports, news releases, and correspondence concerning the Committeee on Program Evaluation's recommendations that the Department of Advertising be merged with the Marketing program, that the Department of Radio-TV be abolished, that the Department of Journalism be made a School, and that the administrative structure of the College of Communications be dissolved; and responses thereto. Correspondents include faculty members from the University of Illinois and other institutions; department heads James W. Carey (Institute of Communications Research), Watson Dunn (Advertising), Jay Jensen (Journalism), Patrick Welch (Radio-TV); Dean of the College of Communications Theodore Peterson; Associate Vice-Chancellor Harold Hake; Vice-Chancellor Morton Weir, Chancellor Jack W. Peltason; and University of Illinois College of Communications alumni and other interested person, including Richard C. Christian (President, Marsteller, Inc.), Charles Flynn (Editor, Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette), Robert Henley (President, Illinois Broadcasters Association), C.R. Kopp (President, Leo Burnett, Inc.), Charles Novitz (ABC News), Gene Shalit (NBC Today), Godfrey Sperling, Jr. (Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor), Jill Wine Vollner (Attorney), and Eddie N. Williams (President, Joint Center for Political Studies, Washington).