Records of the Office of the President/Chancellor 1951-1965

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Records of the Office of the President/Chancellor, 1951-1965

Records of the Office of the President/Chancellor 1951-1965

This series of presidential administrative records spans the years 1951-1965 and includes material from the administrations of Chancellor James Loomis Madden (1951-1952), Chancellor/President Henry Townley Heald (1952-1956), President Carroll Vincent Newsom (1956-1962), and President James McNaughton Hester (1962-1975).

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Chase, Harry Woodburn, 1883-1955

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Member, Dartmouth Class of 1904; professor, 1910-1918, and president, 1919-1930, of the University of North Carolina; president of the University of Illinois, 1930-1933; and later chancellor of New York University. From the description of [Articles and speeches]. 1921-1939] (New Hampshire Newsp Project). WorldCat record id: 83772190 Chase was professor, 1910-1918, and president, 1919-1930, of the University of North Carolina; president of the University of Illinois, 1930-193...

Washington Square College of Arts and Science

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New York University. Finance Office.

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New York University. Trustees.

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New York University. Women's Advisory Committee.

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New York University. School of Applied Science.

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New York university, School of medicine

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Carlisle was a graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1884. From the description of Individuals, doctors, surgeons : Robert J. Carlisle papers, 1867-1934. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155527631 ...

New York University. College of Engineering

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New York University. College of Medicine

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New York University. School of Engineering and Science

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New York University. School of Education

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New York University. Endowments.

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Newsom, Carroll Vincent, 1904-....

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A graduate of the College of Emporia, Kansas in 1924 with a A.B. degree in mathematics, Carroll Newsom earned his M.A. (1927) and Ph.D. (1931) from the University of Michigan, where he became an instructor in 1927. His other academic positions included Chairman of the Math Department at Oberlin College (1944-1948), Assistant Commissioner (1948), and Associate Commissioner for Higher Education, in the state of New York (1950-55), and Executive Vice President (1956), and President of New York Univ...

New York University. Carnegie Laboratory.

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New York University. Graduate School of Arts and Science

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Madden, James L. (James Loomis), 1892-1972

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New York University. Faculty of Arts and Science

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The Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) consists of the undergraduate College of Arts and Science (CAS), the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS), and three disciplinary divisions: the Division of the Humanities, the Division of Science, and the Division of the Social Sciences. Founded in 1832, the CAS formed the foundation of the University. GSAS was added in 1886, awarding the second earned doctorate in the United States. From the description of Records of the Faculty of Arts a...

New York University. Office of the President.

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At New York University (NYU) the decade 1964-1974 had witnessed President James M. Hester's ambitious development efforts on behalf of the institution. Important events, including constructing Bobst Library and installing selective admissions requirements, had begun to transform its character. (1) However, by 1972 major external and internal pressures confronted the University, including student protests, rampant inflation, and declining enrollments. (2) The sale of the University's...

Alumni Federation of New York University, Inc.

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The Alumni Federation of New York University was incorporated in 1921. Officially, the Alumni Federation united what had previously been separate alumni groups from the different schools and colleges of the University. Prior to the formation of the Alumni Federation, the General Alumni Association existed but with little or no mandate to coordinate the administration of alumni activities. The Alumni Federation Board of Governors was organized with 21 members from the different alumn...

New York University. Council.

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New York University. Presidents.

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New York University. School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance

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Heald, Henry T. (Henry Townley), 1904-1975

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