Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 0343
Overview The University of Nevada Alumni Association was organized in 1894 and encourages the relationship between the University and its alumni to promote the welfare of the institution; in 1947, it became a private corporation. The Association's activities include regional chapters, support for student activities, and alumni continuing education. Collection contains a variety of material relating to the history of the Alumni Association, including the 1917 constitution, bylaws, Executive Committee...
Identifier: AC 0390
Abstract Records include Minutes and correspondence of the Alumni Council and Executive Committee, various alumni committees, homecoming programs and reunions.
Identifier: AC 0467
Overview Blanche Parker and Robert Bryant graduated from the University of Nevada in 1946 and 1949 respectively. The collection contains memorabilia, scrapbooks, and photographs documenting Blanche and Robert's time at UNR.
Identifier: AC 0687
Overview Evalyn Titus Dearmin graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1956. She worked at UNR in the College of Education on a federal grant project on ethnic heritage in the 1970s. Collection contains materials collected on native languages and culture as well as photographs of UNR in the 1950s.
Identifier: AC 0564
Overview The Nevada Alumni Council is comprised of 27 alumni volunteers, the Associated Students of the University of Nevada President, the Graduate Student Association President, the Athletics Director (ex officio) and Chairman of the Foundation Board of Trustees or his/her representative (ex officio). Collection consist of audiocassette recordings of meetings of the Alumni Council, the Alumni Executive Committee, committee retreats, and miscellaneous meetings.
Identifier: AC 0686
Overview Louis Titus graduated from the University of Nevada in 1924 with Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. He worked at the Agricultural Experiment Station from 1933-1939, then a professor in the College of Agriculture until his retirement in 1960. In 1947, he designed and built the first hay bale stacker in the state of Nevada. Collection contains campus materials reflecting Louis Titus' time as a student as well as his work at the Experiment Station.