University of Nevada, Reno
Found in 267 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0403
Overview Paul S. Adamian was a professor of English who joined the University of Nevada faculty as a lecturer in 1966, became an assistant professor in 1968, and was granted tenure in the 1969/70 school year. The collection includes general correspondence, copies of legal records, ephemera, and newspaper clippings, 1970-1979, and materials regarding his teaching appointment at Southern Oregon College prior to becoming faculty at the University of Nevada, 1965-1966.
Identifier: AC 0626
Overview The Administrative Manual contains established policy of the university. It is intended to serve in understanding and implementing university policies, identifying responsibilities, and providing guidelines in the performance of specific tasks. The collection consists of various editions of the University’s Administrative Manual and periodic approved revisions and the University of Nevada System (UNS) Administrative Manual with...
Identifier: AC 0627
Overview The Administrative Manual contains established University policy and is intended to serve in understanding and implementing university policies, identifying responsibilities, and providing guidelines in the performance of specific tasks. Proposed policy and procedure revisions to the Administrative Manual that are approved by the Faculty Senate, Provost, and President are distributed to the University community.
Identifier: AC 0283
Abstract The Nevada chapter of Alpha Zeta, an honorary student agricultural fraternity, was established at the University of Nevada, Reno, on April 27, 1963. Scrapbook includes chapter guidebooks, photographs, news clippings, constitution and by-laws.
Identifier: AC 0343
Overview The University of Nevada Alumni Association was organized in 1894 and encourages the relationship between the University and its alumni to promote the welfare of the institution; in 1947, it became a private corporation. The Association's activities include regional chapters, support for student activities, and alumni continuing education. Collection contains a variety of material relating to the history of the Alumni Association, including the 1917 constitution, bylaws, Executive Committee...
Dates: 1868-2017; Majority of material found within 1898 - 2004
Identifier: AC 0088
Abstract The University of Nevada Alumni Association was organized in 1894 to work for the advancement of the University, to encourage and support the interests of the students...and also that "old times may not be forgot." The first president of the Alumni Association was Frank H. Norcross. One bound volume containing the original constitution and bylaws of the Alumni Association, as well as the earliest minutes, June 1894 to October 1926.
Identifier: AC 0390
Overview The University of Nevada Alumni Association was organized in 1894/95 and encourages the relationship between the university and its alumni to promote the welfare of the institution. The Association's activities include regional chapters, support for student activities, and alumni continuing education. The collection includes minutes and correspondence of the Alumni Council and Executive Committee, various alumni committees, homecoming programs and reunions.
Abstract Russell Mills was a Reno, Nevada architect. Containts blueprint drawings of the proposed addition to the Engineering Building at the University of Nevada, Reno. This addition was never constructed. Material from September 1946.
Dates: September 1946
Identifier: AC 0416
Abstract The University of Nevada began in Elko, Nevada, but never attracted more than thirty-five students in a single year. In 1885, the legislature made arrangements for moving the institution to Reno. In August 1885, they broke ground for the first university building in Reno, the future Morrill Hall, which was completed in 1886. Collection consists of architectural drawings, maps, and diagrams of various university buildings and campus maps, 1886-present, with architectural drawings forming the...
Abstract Gustafson's reminiscences describe growing up in Minnesota, attending the University of Nevada, working as a range examiner for the U.S. Grazing Service in Nevada, homesteading and soil conservation in Alaska, and raising a family.