Universities and colleges -- Nevada -- Reno -- Faculty
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0117
Abstract The faculty and administration of the university held regular meetings to discuss academic issues, make committee assignments, recommend candidates for graduation, hear reports, submit resolutions, and hear student petitions. In March 1907, without a note of the change, the minutes call it a meeting of the Academic Council, and it continues under this title through 1913. The meetings were attended by the university president, vice-president, all professors and associate professors, the...
Identifier: AC 0473
Abstract This is an artificial collection created and updated by the University Archivist from multiple sources. The Biographical Files of the University Archives include faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and benefactors. Material available varies with each person, but can include: biographical sketches, obituaries, data sheets, newspaper clippings, press releases, curriculum vitae, and miscellaneous biographical information.
Identifier: AC 0562
Overview Robert E. Blesse was born in Oakland, California, and obtained an M.A. in English from California State University, Chico, and a Masters of Library and Information Science from UCLA. He was director of the Special Collections Department in the University Libraries for 25 years and also director of the Black Rock Press. The Robert E. Blesse Papers consists of broadsides commemorating his career at the university, along with Nevada Wolf Pack NCAA Sweet 16 memorabilia from the 2004 play-offs.
Identifier: AC 0656
Overview The University's Committee on the Status of Women was formed in the fall of 1981, consisting of faculty, staff, students and community members. Its original purpose was to communicate with and educate people interested in women's issues at the University and in the broader community, and to investigate or research, as appropriate, timely issues of University import. Collection consist of committee agendas and minutes as well as other administrative materials, issues and special events led by...
Identifier: AC 0588
Overview Violinist Harold "Rusty" Goddard was born in 1924 and obtained a B.A. and M.A. in music from the University of Colorado. The collection includes campus music performance programs, campus publications, correspondence, Lake Tahoe Music Camp material, issues of "Nevada Notes," and newspaper clippings.
Identifier: AC 0217
Overview Glenn D. Lewis received his doctor of education degree in 1979, from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. His dissertation was Physical Education Leaders at the University of Nevada-Reno: Eight Biographies, and presents historical and biographical data on the individuals who served as heads of the Physical Education department, 1913-1975, and who influenced the physical education curriculum and the development of the facilities on the Reno campus. The collection contains materials Lewis used...
Identifier: AC 0612
Overview Leon W. Hartman (1876-1943) was a professor of Physics at the University of Nevada from 1909-1938 when he became acting president upon the resignation of President Walter E. Clark. He was inaugurated as President on December 15, 1939, serving in that capacity until his death on August 27, 1943, in Palo Alto, California. His presidential portrait was unveiled on May 7, 1945. The collection is composed of biographical material, correspondence, a monograph about electrical engineering written by...
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 0593
Overview Dr. James T. Richardson obtained both a Ph.D. and a J.D. He was Professor of Sociology and Judicial Studies at UNR, served as Interim Director for the School of Social Research and Justice Studies, and the Director of the Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies and Director of Judicial Studies. Collection contains publications, dissertation, NSHE trial records, Nevada Legislature Committee material, and varied reports (1972-2011).
Identifier: AC 0694
Overview The Univeristy Faculty Records contains a variety of information about University of Nevada, Reno faculty including loyalty oaths from 1889-1900, faculty rules and regulations from the 1940s, faculty handbooks, and information on sabbatical leaves.