William C. Friday Papers, 1942-1999 and undated (bulk 1985-1999)


William C. Friday Papers, 1942-1999 and undated (bulk 1985-1999)

William C. Friday Papers, 1942-1999 and undated (bulk 1985-1999)

William C. Friday served as president of the University of North Carolina System, 1957-1986. Following his resignation, Friday accepted a position as president of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust, guiding the philanthropy's support of educational endeavors. In 1999, Friday retired from public service. The collection includes correspondence, meeting materials, reports, clippings, speeches, honors, administrative records, photographs, and other papers related to William C. Friday's career following his retirement as president of the University of North Carolina System. These records, bulk 1985-1999, document Friday's professional and personal endeavors, including work with the Knight Foundation Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics; the Center for Creative Leadership; the Rural Economic Development Center; the Center for Public Television; TIAA-CREF; and the University of North Carolina System and its individual campuses, especially UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, and East Carolina University. Topics addressed include education, philanthropy, ethics, intercollegiate athletics, poverty, economic development, leadership, North Carolina concerns, academic affairs, public service, healthcare, politics, finance, social policy, and prominent individuals.

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