1973 CPC Organizational Chart

This was the actual organizational structure of the early 1970s. The Director reported to the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Cecil Sheps, and had several different advisory bodies: Policy Board, Academic Programs Council, and Leadership Council. The Leadership Council, a group of public leaders, was first chaired by Hon. John M. Belk, Mayor of Charlotte. Shearon Harris was also a member of the Council, which was disbanded around 1975. CPC’s Special Project Units provided technical assistance and related projects in the U.S. and abroad. Faculty associates had academic appointments and trainees were enrolled in classes of the University schools and departments, Anthropology to Zoology. The Academic Programs Office (APO) handled the Center’s educational functions: development of interdisciplinary courses on population topics and coordinating and sponsoring seminars, workshops, and conferences. The State Services Office (SSO) organized and provided training to North Carolina nurses, mental health workers, and other health care providers on providing family planning services. It also developed and made available the NC Files, an extensive resource of information on clinics and family planning programs in the state of North Carolina at that time. The International Programs Office (IPO) enabled CPC staff to support its numerous international projects, and also coordinated area study groups and provided support for overseas training programs. Demographic Research and Services provided demographic analysis and research support to CPC projects and to students and faculty studying population. Technical Information Services (TIS) included the CPC library and provided training and support to the population information community, especially to those overseas with fewer resources. TIS also developed a thesaurus of population terms to aid in cataloging and indexing population materials. The Communications and Planning Office coordinated the development of publications on providing technical assistance activities, conducting population research and disseminating findings from the research, and developing a population education curriculum. CPC was the publisher of these materials.

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