University of Nevada, Reno. School of Medical Sciences
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection contains material relating to Dr. Anderson's medical practice, his term on the University of Nevada Board of Regents, the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Anderson's political involvement and personal papers. Material includes correspondence, reports, notes, speeches, and printed material from 1929-1984.
Identifier: AC 0104
Overview "Focus on Education," produced in 1972 by the Education Department of the McClatchy Broadcasting Corporation, hosted by Stan Pierson, and shown on television station KOVR, Sacramento, California, features the University of Nevada, Reno.
Identifier: AC 0298
Overview The College of Agriculture and the Agricultural Experiment Station began in 1887, under the auspices of the Hatch Act. This collection consist of various records of the College of Agriculture, Nevada Cooperative Extension Service, and Experiment Station, 1915-1987, with the bulk of the records 1960s-1970s. The majority of records are annual reports, research reports, and programs of work. Also included is general correspondence; a history of the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture, 1957;...
Identifier: AC 0352
Abstract On March 28, 1967, when the Nevada legislature was debating authorizing a study on the feasibility of starting a medical school, industrialist Howard Hughes announced through a wire toGovernor Paul Laxalt a pledge of support for the proposed schoolof $200,000-$300,000 per year for 20 years. The records in this collection include the initial correspondence and agreements with Hughes through 1976, and general information on the status of litigation to 1978.
Identifier: AC 0318
Overview The ground-work to establish a School of Medical Sciences for the University of Nevada began in 1967; the decision to offer professional work in medicine came in 1969; and the following year some existing courses were embraced in a medical sciences division. The first regular class of medical students began work in September 1971. Originally a two-year medical school, the legislature approved the change to a four-year program in 1977. The collection consists of correspondence, reports,...
Identifier: NUB 35/15
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Identifier: NUB 35/17