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Page 8-B-Thursday, September 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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Making the University tick

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It takes a large administration to run a University this size.
Although most of the "front office personnel" operate behind
the scenes, out of the general student body's view, some ad-
ministrators are quite visible. Among those who regularly
cross paths with students (clockwise, from top left): Director
of Undergraduate Admissions Clifford Sjogren, who oversees
the process by which students are accepted-or not accep-
ted-by the University; Vice-President for Academic Affairs
Bill Frye, coordinator of the many academic programs of-
fered here; President Harold Shapiro, who watches over the
entire institution-academic departments, support systems,
libraries, student organizations, and personnel; Vice-
President for Student Services Henry Johnson, who works
with student groups and acts as the liaison between the
students and the University; and, finally, Vice-President and
Chief Financial Officer James Brinkerhoff, who regulates
the finances, property, and business of the University, and
who is particularly vital in handling the distressing money
matters here.

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