Teachers -- Training of -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0499
Overview The Nevada State Normal School was established by an act of the Legislature on February 7, 1887, with the goal of training teachers for Nevada's rural and graded schools. While affiliated with the University's Department of Education in the College of Arts and Science, it was called the Junior Normal College. The collection includes an issue of the University of Nevada Bulletin, an overview of the Normal School, a Golden Reunion booklet for 1939-1989, and newspaper clippings about some of its...
Identifier: AC 0556
Overview John Mark Lilley was born on March 24, 1939, in Converse, Louisiana, the son of a Baptist minister. He graduated from Baylor University in 1964 with bachelor's degrees in music education and church music and a master's degree in music. He then worked at the University of Southern California and entered its doctoral program. He taught at The Claremont Colleges from 1966-1976, completing his Ph.D. in music from USC in 1971. John M. Lilley served as the fourteenth president of the University of...
Identifier: AC 0500
Overview Early in the history of the Nevada State University, the College of Arts and Science had a Department of Education, which eventually became the School of Education. The School of Education assumed administrative responsibility for the Correspondence Study Department in 1950. The University of Nevada's School of Education became the College of Education in 1953. The School of Education records include articles that appeared in issues of the University of Nevada Bulletin in the 1930s, course...
Identifier: AC 0630
Overview The University of Nevada conducted its first Summer School in 1912. The students, all teachers, began a diary describing their experiences, including extracurricular activities in Reno, Virginia City, and at Lake Tahoe. The diary was continued by the Summer School students of 1913 and 1914.