University and Community College System of Nevada
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0647
Overview The Charles Greenhaw Papers consist of his unpublished manuscript about the history of community colleges in Nevada :People's Colleges. The manuscript includes transcriptions of oral histories of people who could share information about how Nevada's community colleges were created. These contributors include: Paul Laxalt, Helen Harris, P. Michael Marfisi, Paul Sawyer, Norman Glaser, Hugh Collett, Burnell Larson, Bill Wunderlich, Frederick Anderson, Sue Ballew, Delna Day, Pepper Sturm, Jr.; Amy...
Identifier: AC 0462
Abstract The records include correspondence, policies, protocols for animal use and care, reports related to the oversight of the care of vertebrate animals used in university research laboratories and facilities inspections; professional activities, topical bibliographies, and other curricular material. Journal articles and newspaper clippings accompany some of the correspondence. Correspondence includes letters to and from Nevada politicians and citizens concerned about animal rights and humane...
Identifier: AC 0548
Abstract The Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, Joseph N. Crowley consist of administrative files, bylaws, correspondence, planning documents, and material about academic units, the Board of Regents, campus committees, and university athletics, as well as reports and columns Crowley wrote for the Silver & Blue alumni magazine. Correspondents include U. S. Senators Richard Bryan and Harry Reid and Nevada Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa. Among the reports are the 1999...
Identifier: NUA 42/10/03
Identifier: NUA 42/10/04
Identifier: NUA 42/10/05
Identifier: NUA 01/10/50
Scope and Contents Changing with the Times, Challenging the Future. Futures Commission Report, 1991.
Identifier: NUA 01/10/52
Scope and Contents Brochures and General Information.
Identifier: NUA 01/10/53
Scope and Contents Diversity Report.
Identifier: NUA 01/10/54
Scope and Contents Transfer and Articulation.