Universities and colleges -- Social aspects -- Nevada -- Reno
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Core Curriculum Diversity Committee was established in 1993 by the Core Curriculum Board to make recommendations for increasing diversity of course content in the university's core curriculum. The aim of the committee is to increase student understanding of and appreciation for non-western cultures and excluded groups within western culture. The collection consists of correspondence, course lists, data, faculty lists, marketing material, meeting minutes, proposals and reports.
Donald Cronin (1938-2002) was a member of the Reno Ski Club, a Reno High School graduate, and a member of University of Nevada, Reno's varsity ski team from 1957-1959. The collection contains one scrapbook of primarily newspaper clippings about Donald Cronin's participation in regional skiing events, along with some photographs.
Named for former University of Nevada, Reno President Joseph Crowley, the Joe Crowley Student Union had its grand opening on November 15-16, 2007. The collection includes correspondence, guides to the student union's resources, newspaper clippings, programming flyers, copies of "The Joe Letter (newsletter)", marketing flyers, and memorabilia.
The Latino Research Center was established in 2005, with offices in Edmund J. Cain Hall. It serves as a nexus between the Latino community and the university. The collection include the Center's mission statement, the first issue of its newsletter, marketing flyers and posters for its scholarly and social events, a Spanish language guide to the University of Nevada, Reno, and other miscellaneous material.
The University of Nevada, Reno Division of Student Services is composed of three branches: Student Life Services, Counseling Services, and Enrollment Services. These units provide administrative services for students' academic records and oversee many resources related to campus life and student success. Collection contains...
Bruce R. Thompson (1911-1992) was appointed to the Nevada federal district in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy, a position in which he served until his death. The collection consists of "The Blue Book for Male Voices: Twice 55," that was used by the Reno Men's Chorus, and an edited copy of a debate paper.
Collection contains informational and promotional material created by a variety of administrative and departmental units at the University of Nevada, Reno. Administrative records, marketing material and publications vary with each organization.