Educational fund raising -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0454
Overview Located on the University of Nevada, Reno campus, Fleischmann Planetarium was constructed as a community educational and cultural facility with a mission to present astronomical displays, meteorological displays, and educational programs to the northern Nevada community. Completed in 1963, it was billed as the world's first atmospherium. Collection primarily consists of materials created by the Planetarium that document programs, events, fundraising efforts, and interactions with the larger...
Identifier: AC 0453
Overview Records of the principle fundraising organization of the University of Nevada, Reno, related to the development of funding sources, investments, and support of university programs. The records consist of Board of Trustees and Executive Committee meeting agendas, minutes, and accompanying materials, which include correspondence and memoranda, financial records, subcommittee materials, by-laws and other procedural and policy papers, organizational papers, promotional and event material, and...
Identifier: AC 0446
Abstract The Friends of the University Library Records include meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, event and promotional material, membership records, and miscellaneous administrative records concerning the organization's fund raising events, programming, sponsored projects, and other activities.
Identifier: AC 0339
Abstract The collection consists of information on subjects such as the University Foundation, Mackay School of Mines, the Small Business Development Center, Truckee Meadows Community College, and a speech by Nevada senator Harry Reid to the Engineering School, 1988.
Identifier: AC 0250
Abstract Collection includes proposals, reports and correspondence.These records, 1976-1986, are from the tenure of Dr. &chard E. Dankworth as Director of Extended Programs and Continuing Education, 1976- 1978; Vice President for University Services, 1978-1980; Vice President for Public Affairs, 1980-1984; and Vice President for University Advancement, 1984-1986.Records document development of the [Lawlor] Special Events Center, the University of Nevada-Reno Foundation (which is...