Papers, 1957-1993


Papers, 1957-1993

Papers of Margaret Dunkle, advocate for women's equality in sports, education, and the delivery of health services.

117+1/2 file boxes, 1 oversize folder, 1 photograph folder

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Hamlin, Al (person)

Tatel, David S. (person)

Jurist. Born 1942. From the description of David S. Tatel papers. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984209 ...

Western illinois university (corporateBody)

Mathews, David (person)

David Mathews was a contemporary of the Arctic explorer and whaler William Penny (b 1809) From the guide to the David Mathews collection, 1838, (Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge) ...

Buffalo State College (corporateBody)

Shavlik, Donna (person)

Placek, Judith (person)

Ann E. Freedman (person)

Women's Equity Program (corporateBody)

Kimberly Clark Foundation (corporateBody)

Women's Equity Action League (corporateBody)

WEAL was founded in 1968 by a group of professional women, mostly lawyers, in Cleveland, Ohio, who originally hoped to begin a NOW (National Organization for Women) chapter. Realizing NOW's agenda would not garner widespread support in Cleveland, they began their own group and limited their concerns to education, legislation, and the economic rights of women. WEAL challenged sex discrimination on college campuses, in the military, and in the work place. The WEAL Fund was established in 1972 as t...

Federal City College (corporateBody)

American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. (corporateBody)

University of Maine at Orono (corporateBody)

Butler, Dee (person)

State University of New York, Genesco (corporateBody)

Margot Polivy (person)

Nat S. Caliendo, Jr. (person)

Montclair state college (corporateBody)

The Conference Board (corporateBody)

West Virginia Department of Educational Technical Assistance Program (corporateBody)

Hamanic Designs Corporation (corporateBody)

McCune, Shirley D. (person)

Kirkland College (corporateBody)

National Advisory Council on Women's Education Programs (corporateBody)

Temple University Graduate Board (corporateBody)

Office for Sex Equity in Education, Michigan Department of Education (corporateBody)

Federation of Organizations for Professional Women (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Schafer, Susan P. (person)

Gwen Gregory (person)

Project on Equal Education Rights (PEER), NOW LDEF (corporateBody)

Miller and Associates, Inc. (corporateBody)

University of Rochester (corporateBody)

Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. (corporateBody)

Colorado Women's Sports Committee (corporateBody)

Boston University (corporateBody)

Central Michigan university (corporateBody)

Maybee was a history professor at CMU. The Clarke Historical Library has several of his publications and his papers. The Advisory Committee developed plans for major events, publications, re-dedications of campus buildings, presentations, and a historical marker for CMU's 75th Anniversary. The Awards Screening Committee reviewed nominations of people who had contributed significantly in some way to CMU, selected honorees, and organized a presentation ceremony and plaque for each honoree. The Cla...

Burton Taylor (person)

Segal, Jamie (person)

Northeast Oklahoma State University (corporateBody)

University of Connecticut. (corporateBody)

In 1931, the faculty of the University of Connecticut voted to offer comprehensive examinations in most degree programs to graduating seniors, and outgrowth of a report to the Committee on the Study of Honors (11/6/1930). The departments reported the results of the examinations and their recommendations to the Registrar and the Committees on Scholastic Standing and Degrees with Distinction. Degrees would then be awarded without distinction, with distinction or with highest distinction. The progr...

University of Montana--Missoula (corporateBody)

The University of Montana-Missoula's Faculty Senate serves to promote faculty involvement in the governance of the University. The Senate reviews, debates, and votes on issues pertaining to the academic and faculty welfare of The University of Montana (UM) in consultation and cooperation with the President and University administration. Faculty members contribute to UM governance by participating in the Senate and specific committees. The first faculty meeting of the Uni...

Matthews, Martha (person)

Bailey, Elsa (person)

University of Utah. (corporateBody)

The paleontological research was sponsored by the University of Utah. From the description of Utah vertebrate paleontological field photographs, [ca. 1965]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155518067 The following history is from the UTAH HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA article on the University of Utah, by Dr. Gregory C. Thompson: Originally named the University of Deseret, the University of Utah is the oldest state university west of the Missouri River. Founded...

Penelope F. Matthews (person)

National Federation of State High School Associations (corporateBody)

Experimental College (corporateBody)

Marian College (corporateBody)

TRW Inc. (corporateBody)

Established in 1900, in Cleveland, Ohio, as the Cleveland Cap Screw Co. It began producing automotive parts and underwent several reorganizations, becoming the Electric Welding Products Co. (1908), the Steel Products Co. (1915), and Thompson Products Inc. (1926). It expanded to include branch plants and the production of aircraft parts, and fostered a company union, the Automotive and Aircraft Workers Alliance (later the Aircraft Workers Alliance). It grew during World War II due to defense cont...

Committee on Women (corporateBody)

Washington State University. Press (corporateBody)

Atwell, Robert H. (person)

Noddin, Priscilla (person)

Kathryn Scotten Preecs (person)

Kansas state university (corporateBody)

The Kansas Agriculture and Applied Science College had its start in the Bluemont Central College, chartered in 1858 and opened in 1860. In 1863, after the Morill Act was signed by President Lincoln establishing land-grant colleges in each state for the study of agriculture and industry, Bluemont Central College was transferred to the state of Kansas and reopened as the Kansas State Agricultural College. Located in Manhattan in Riley County, the college again changed its name to the Kansas State ...

Kanofsky (person)

Colorado State University. Academic Computing and Networking Services (corporateBody)

University of Michigan. (corporateBody)

Outside of museum holdings, no comprehensive survey and inventory of campus artwork had been attempted since 1937. With support from the Michigan Commission on Art in Public Places, 1,076 items were inventoried during 1988-1990. Additional inventory work was undertaken in 1997-1998 for risk management purposed, but generated little new information. From the description of Inventory of University of Michigan-owned art, 1988-1990, 1997-1998. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id...

Temple University (corporateBody)

In 1961, Temple University awarded Carl Zigrosser an honorary Doctorate of Letters. From the description of Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155899492 ...

Polivy, Margot (person)

Kearney State College (corporateBody)

Mason, Sandra (person)

Brown, Janet Welsh (person)

Princeton University (corporateBody)

The collection documents the physical expansion of the University from its earliest period through the acquisition of large tracts of land in the 20th century, including the properties around Carnegie Lake and numerous farms. Early records document transactions with such Princeton University notables as Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, John Witherspoon, Walter Minto, John and Richard Stockton, and John Maclean. For the most part, the papers consist of standard legal documents with detailed descriptions ...

University of Georgia. International Student Life Office (corporateBody)

The University of Georgia (UGA) is the largest institution of higher learning in the state of Georgia. Located in Athens, Georgia, approximately 70 miles northeast of Atlanta, it was the first state-chartered university in the United States. In 2005 U.S. News & World Report magazine ranked UGA 19th in its list of the top 50 public universities for a sixth year in a row. UGA also ranks 58th overall (public and private) in the nation. Today, it is the largest university of the University Syste...

Taylor, Emily (person)

Taylor received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Ohio State University and her doctorate from Indiana. Before coming to KU she worked as an English teacher, counselor, and advisor. While at KU she established the first university commission on the status of women, hosted a radio show, "The Feminist Perspective", and was instrumental in creating Nunemaker Center for honors students and Hashinger Hall for fine arts students. She also helped create the Women's Resource and Care...

University system of Maryland (corporateBody)

Wisconsin. Department of Public Instruction (corporateBody)

The Department of Public Instruction is under the direction of the State Superintendent, an office created by Article X, Sec. 1, of the Wisconsin Constitution and originally established on August 16, 1848. The constitution provides that "The supervision of public instruction shall be vested in a state superintendent and such other officers as the legislature shall direct; and their qualifications, powers, duties and compensations shall be prescribed by law..." The Depart...

Harvard Law School (corporateBody)

Law clubs were established to provide students an opportunity to practice preparing and arguing law cases as realistically as possible. Law clubs began to be founded at Harvard in the 19th century; one of the earliest was the Marshall Club, founded in 1825. In 1910, the Board of Student Advisers was formed, and the more formal Ames Competition in Appellate Brief Writing and Advocacy was established. From the description of General information by and about Harvard Law School clubs, 18...

Marjorie Blaufarb (person)

Intercollegiate Association of Women Students (corporateBody)

The IAWS is the only national women's student government association in the United States; it offers membership to associations of women students in accredited colleges and universities. The first conference of the Middle Western Intercollegiate Association of Women Students was held in May 1913. The Association adopted a constitution in 1914 and the first national meeting took place in 1923. The purpose of the IAWS is to identify educational needs of women at college and after coll...

Resource Center on Sex Roles in Education (corporateBody)

Boesdorfer, Kent (person)

Fordham University (corporateBody)

Fordham University was founded in 1841. From the description of Faculty records, 1841-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482332 From the description of Administrative records, 1846-1985, 1936-1985 (bulk) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482320 ...

Fairfield university (corporateBody)

National Commission on Working Women (corporateBody)

DARose (person)

Georgia institute of technology (corporateBody)

The Georgia Institute of Technology, commonly referred to as Georgia Tech or Tech, was founded on October 13, 1885 as the Georgia School of Technology. The creation of the educational institution was part of the plans of Georgia leadership to reconstruct and revitalize the state's economy following the Civil War. Eighty-four candidates took the first entrance examination on October 3, 1888 and the school formally opened on October 5, 1888. Over the next several decades the school evolved from tr...

Gander, Mary J. (person)

Bentley, Ken (person)

Baltimore Women's Liberation (corporateBody)

American council on education (corporateBody)

Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education is a coordinating body for American institutions of higher education. From the guide to the American Council on Education Latin American Slide Collection N/A., 1945, (Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin) Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education (ACE) is the nation's unifying voice for higher education. ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influ...

Citizens for Sports Equity (corporateBody)

Arkansas Women's Intercollegiate Sports Association (corporateBody)

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (corporateBody)

Clement, Annie (person)

College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (corporateBody)

Olaf College (corporateBody)

University of Maryland, College Park (corporateBody)

United States. National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs (corporateBody)

Griffin, Pat (person)

Equality Center (corporateBody)

Shirley McCune (person)

Darr, Ann. (person)

National Collegiate Athletics Association. (corporateBody)

Jamestown College (corporateBody)

Northern Arizona University (corporateBody)

Recognizing that fire is the greatest immediate natural danger facing residents of the Colorado Plateau, the staff of the Cline Library Special Collections and Archives Department at Northern Arizona University embarked on a project to document the history and impact of wildland fires. Contained in collection are over 30 hours of oral history interviews featuring firefighters, ecology and forestry specialists, and environmentalists. From the guide to the Fire on the Plateau Collectio...

Canisius College (corporateBody)

Canisius College was founded by priests of the Society of Jesus in 1870. The first Bishop of Buffalo, John Timon, was anxious to provide Catholic education for his people and persistently appealed to Jesuit superiors to open a college in the Buffalo area. At first these requests were denied, due to a shortage of personnel and financial resources but in 1870, responding to the request of Bishop Steven Ryan, successor to Bishop Timon a start was made which has continued and expanded e...

College of William and Mary. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania., Department of Education (corporateBody)

Colorado school of mines (corporateBody)

Consolidated Paper, Inc. (corporateBody)

Ad Hoc Coalition for Women (corporateBody)

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (corporateBody)

Waits, Kathleen (person)

Myra Sadker (person)

Brown, Cynthia, 1952-2013 (person)

Weber State College (corporateBody)

College of Santa Fe (corporateBody)

Chicago Liberation School for Women (corporateBody)

Fireman's Fund (corporateBody)

Syracuse university (corporateBody)

Syracuse University was involved with the Chautauqua Institution in providing a program of continuing education during the summer in undergraduate as well as graduate fields. From the description of University College, Chautauqua Center records, 1953-1969. 1953-1969. (Syracuse University). WorldCat record id: 122528964 [pending] From the guide to the New York State Publishing and Printing Collection, circa 1800-1950, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse...

Ryder, Sandra (person)

Carpenter, Linda Jean, 1943- (person)

Boston College (corporateBody)

In 1863, a charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts authorized five Jesuits of Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus to incorporate as “the Trustees of the Boston College.” Their South End school became the first chartered college to operate in Boston in September 1864, when twenty-two boys – with an average age of fourteen – enrolled and classes began. Enrollment was limited to boys but open to those of any religious background. The original grounds were cramped, consisting only of a ...

Education Commission of the States (corporateBody)

Eastern Michigan university (corporateBody)

Citizens for Sports Equality (corporateBody)

Florida State university (corporateBody)

The Florida State College for Women (FSCW) Artist Series began in 1923. Dean Ella Opperman was the first person in charge of organizing the series. The series was intended to bring renowned artists to FSCW. After FSCW became Florida State University (FSU), the FSU School of Music managed the series. However, in 1974 the FSU Artist Series Committee assumed control. Because of financial difficulties in the early 1990s, the Artist Series was briefly discontinued. The series was then entitled the "C...

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1966 (corporateBody)