Records of the Project on the Status and Education of Women (Association of American Colleges), (inclusive), (bulk) 1969-1991 1971-1985


Records of the Project on the Status and Education of Women (Association of American Colleges), (inclusive), (bulk) 1969-1991 1971-1985

Records (including correspondence, publications, meeting notes, government testimonies, and research files) of the Project on the Status and Education of Women, a project of the Association of American Colleges focusing on improving access to and achieving equity in higher education for women.

57.76 linear ft.; (138 + 1/2 file boxes) plus 2 folio+ folders, 4 oversize folders, 2 supersize folders, 5 audiotapes, 12 videotapes, 2 photograph folders, 3 objects, and electronic records

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Lawyer and feminist, Fuentes worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1965-1973, some of this time as chief of the legislative counsel division. She was a founder of the National Organization for Women, Women's Equity Action League, and Federally Employed Women, and has lectured widely on women's rights. From the description of Papers, 1965-1990 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007571 ...

National Association for Science, Technology, and Society (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Mundelein College (corporateBody)

Women's Catholic College established by the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virigin Mary (BVMs) in 1930; merged with Loyola University Chicago in 1991; the final Mundelein graduation took place in 1993. Mundelein was the first self-contained skyscraper college for women in the world and the last four-year women's college in Illinois at the time of its affiliation with Loyola. The official groundbreaking for the school occured on November 1, 1929, just days after the stock market crashed. The b...

Polytechnic Institute (corporateBody)

SUNY Pottsdam (corporateBody)

National Commission on Working Women (corporateBody)

Fund for the Improvement of Secondary Education (corporateBody)

New School (corporateBody)

Cornell University (corporateBody)

National Association for Women Deans, Administrators & Counselors (corporateBody)

Washington Women Economists (corporateBody)

Jewish Feminist Organization (corporateBody)

Arlene Fong Craig (person)

Bob Casey (person)

University of California, San Diego (corporateBody)

Administrative History The Chancellor acts as head of administration and has general authority over the campus. He is responsible for setting up the administrative structure and insuring that the various units function properly. He has specific delegated authority to sign employment contracts of faculty and staff and to represent the University in public forums. Herbert F. York was appointed first Chancellor of the University of C...

Florida International University (corporateBody)

John Wood Community College (corporateBody)

Alpha Phi Omega (corporateBody)

Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity, composed of college and university men who are or have been previously affiliated with the Boy Scouts. From the guide to the Alpha Phi Omega records, 1952-1965, (Ohio University) From the guide to the Alpha Phi Omega, Records of, 1947-2011, 1962-2011, (University of Maryland) ...

Valerie McMurtrie (person)

National Association of College and University Business Offices (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...

Center for Women's Policy Studies (corporateBody)

Ford Foundation Coordinating Committee on Women's Programs (corporateBody)

Dickinson College (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Association of Higher Education (corporateBody)

Paquette, Ursula (person)

Northwestern university (corporateBody)

During World War II, Northwestern offered its facilities for use by the War Department. The Army, Navy, and Civil Aeronautics Administration operated eleven training programs at Northwestern in addition to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (N.R.O.T.C.) established in 1926: the Navy V-7, Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School; the Navy V-5, Naval Aviation Prepatory Program; the Navy V-1, Accredited College Program; the Naval Training School (Radio); the Army Signal Corps Officers Training Scho...

National Institute of Education (corporateBody)

American Association of Community and Junior Colleges (corporateBody)

Office of Personnel Management (corporateBody)

Pace University (corporateBody)

Pace University was formerly known as Pace and Pace, Pace Institute, and Pace College before adopting its present name in 1973. From the description of Bulletins and other records describing academic programs, 1907-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155509558 The Leaders in Management series was known as Man in Management before 1975. From the description of Commencement and special student events records, 1924-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155509574 ...

Brevard Community College (corporateBody)

Drew university (corporateBody)

National Organization on Legal Problems of Education (corporateBody)

National Interfraternity Conference (corporateBody)

Nancy Van Vuuren (person)

University of Wisconsin--Madison (corporateBody)

U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau (corporateBody)

American Personnel and Guidance Association (corporateBody)

Mills College (corporateBody)

South Carolina College (corporateBody)

Continuing Education Technical Assistance Center (corporateBody)

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (corporateBody)

The School of Public and International Affairs was founded in 1930 as a cooperative enterprise of the History, Politics, and Economics Departments of Princeton University at the undergraduate level. With the establishment of a graduate program in 1948, the school was renamed for former president Woodrow Wilson, and a substantial gift in 1961 allowed for the enrollment of additional graduate students and the construction of a new facility (Robertson Hall). From the description of Wood...

Auburn university (corporateBody)

East Alabama Male College, sponsored by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was chartered in May 1856. Classes opened in 1859 in Auburn, Alabama, but the college closed during the Civil War. Reopening in 1866, the college became a land-grant institution in 1872 and changed its name to Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama. The college was known as Alabama Polytechnic Institute from 1899 to 1960, when it became Auburn University. From the description of Founders Day collec...

Simmons, Adele (person)

National Organization for Women (corporateBody)

The National Organization for Women (NOW) was formed in Washington D.C. in 1966, and incorporated in 1967. The organization was formed to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of society, assuming all privileges and responsibilities in fully equal partnership with men. Local chapters were formed throughout the country and task forces were set up to deal with problems of women in areas such as employment, education, religion, poverty, law, politics, and image in the media....

George LaNoue (person)

Heyns, Roger W. (Roger William), 1918-1995 (person)

Wilson, Kathleen (person)

Allshouse, Myrna (person)

College for Human Services (corporateBody)

Kirkland, Utica Colleges (corporateBody)

Carrington, Dorothy (person)

Texas Women's University (corporateBody)

Tufts University (corporateBody)

Carnegie Corporation (corporateBody)

Beth Abramowitz (person)

Ocean County College (corporateBody)

Wellesley College (corporateBody)

Women's Action Alliance (corporateBody)

The Women's Action Alliance (WAA) was founded in 1971 to coordinate resources for organizations and individuals involved in the women's movement on the grass-roots level. Founders included Gloria Steinem (see also the Gloria Steinem Papers ), Brenda Feigen, and Catherine Samuels. The organization's original mission was "to stimulate and assist women at the local level to organize around specific action projects aimed at eliminating concrete manifestations of economic and social disc...

Carden, Maren Lockwood (person)

Maren Lockwood Carden earned her Ph.D. from Harvard in 1963. She became a sociologist who wrote on feminism; she was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute from 1970-1972. From the description of Student notes, 1956-1959. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77066954 Sociologist (University of London, B.Sc., 1955; University of Maryland, M.A., 1957; Harvard University, Ph.D., 1963), Carden received a variety of grants, was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute (1961, 1970-19...

Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir - Perú (corporateBody)

Guttman, Helene (person)

Women in Science and Engineering (corporateBody)

American educational research association (corporateBody)

American association for the promotion of educational research. From the description of American Educational Research Association records, 1965-2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872296 Administrative History American association for the promotion of educational research. From the guide to the American Educational Research Association records, 1965-2000, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace) ...

Vassar College. (corporateBody)

William J. Usery (corporateBody)

Mount Aloysius Junior College (corporateBody)

Montclair state college (corporateBody)

University of Massachusetts, Boston (corporateBody)

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...

Simon, Michelle (person)

Schwilk, Gene (person)

Karp Consulting Company, Inc. (corporateBody)

National Coalition for Research on Women's Education and Development (corporateBody)

The Coalition was organized in 1970 to help provide an effective national response to women's educational, occupational and related developmental needs. It was intended to be a link between the general public and institutions and individuals researching women's education. Initial members were colleges and universities. It was disbanded in 1975 due to inadequate funding and the lack of a permanent home. From the description of Records, 1962-1979 (inclusive), 1969-1976 (bulk). (Harvard...

Noonan, John F. (person)

Simchak, Morag (person)

Missouri Independent Colleges and Universities (corporateBody)

Scott, Margaret, 1928-.... (person)

Sister Joel Read (person)

Jo Freeman (person)

Department of Education. (corporateBody)

Agency History California's 1849 Constitution provided for the election of a state Superintendent of Public Instruction and for a system of common schools. Supervision of California's educational system was carried out by the State Board of Education with the Superintendent of Public Instruction acting as its executive officer. The first foundations of a State Department of Education were laid in 1913 when the Legislature provided for the app...

Gullette, Margaret Morganroth. (person)

COYOTE (corporateBody)

American Federation of Teachers (corporateBody)

Joyce Wheeler was a member of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), a national teachers' labor union founded in 1900. She was particularly active in the United Action Caucus (UAC), a rank and file organization within the AFT. The UAC took stands on various issues within the American educational system, supported progressive politics in general, and campaigned for internal democracy within the AFT. Members of the Communist Party USA are thought to have played an important role in the UAC. Wh...

National Council of Administrative Women in Education (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Buckley, James Lane, 1923-.... (person)

Civil War private, 53rd Illinois Infantry, Company K, from Ottawa, Illinois. From the description of Diary, 1864 July 11-August 7. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 27819358 Buckley was a N.Y. Senator and member of the Senate Committee on Public Works in 1973. From the description of TLsS, 1973-1976 : Washington, D.C. to Schuyler Tallman. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 46956670 United States Senato...

Brookdale Community College (corporateBody)

Thorne, Barrie. (person)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (corporateBody)

Practising Law Institute. (corporateBody)

SUNY Albany (corporateBody)

Education Development Center, Inc. (corporateBody)

Pat Hewitt (person)

Task Force on the Treatment of Women under Social Security (corporateBody)

State University of New York College, Geneseo (corporateBody)

Williams College (corporateBody)

University of South Florida. Wind Ensemble I (corporateBody)

The University of South Florida was founded in 1956 as the first public university established specifically to address the needs of Florida's rapidly emerging urban regions. Today, the University of South Florida System is comprised of two separately accredited institutions, USF and USF St. Petersburg. USF consists of the main research campus in Tampa, which includes USF Health, and two regional campuses - USF Sarasota-Manatee and USF Polytechnic in Lakeland. From the description of ...

American University (corporateBody)

Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. (corporateBody)

Laurance, Margaret (person)

Haines, John (person)

Skidmore College. (corporateBody)

Skidmore College became a four-year liberal arts college in 1922 and in the same year began to offer its students a baccalaureate degree in nursing in cooperation with Mary McClellan Hospital. In 1942 the Department of Nursing moved to New York City, which offered students a greater diversity of healthcare organizations and hospitals for their clinical studies. The program found success in New York and enjoyed an excellent reputation among nursing schools under the leadership of Agnes Gelinas, w...

National Foundation for the Improvement of Education (corporateBody)

Miami university (corporateBody)

New York university. School of law (corporateBody)

The School of Law, founded 1835 and revived in 1858, became larger, more competitive, and more professional in the early decades of the 20th century. The admission of women in 1890 and a merger with the Metropolis Law School in 1895 gave the School of Law male and female students, including black male students, and both professional and business curricula for women. From the description of Records, Office of the Dean of the School of Law 1915-1932. (New York University). WorldCat rec...

Women's Training and Resources Corporation (corporateBody)

Keene State College (corporateBody)

Antonia Brico (person)

Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998 (person)

Bella Savitzky Abzug (July 24, 1920 – March 31, 1998), nicknamed "Battling Bella", was an American lawyer, U.S. Representative, social activist and a leader in the women's movement. In 1971, Abzug joined other leading feminists such as Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm, and Betty Friedan to found the National Women's Political Caucus. She was known as a leading figure in what came to be known as eco-feminism. In 1970, Abzug's first campaign slogan was, "This woman's place is in the House—the H...

University of Lowell (corporateBody)

National Endowment for the Humanities (corporateBody)

Kean College (corporateBody)

SUNY Binghamton (corporateBody)

Phyllis Boring (person)

University of Virginia (corporateBody)

University of Virginia student from Lexington, Ky.; afterwards a Presbyterian minister and missionary to Brazil. From the description of Diploma awarded to John Rockwell Smith [manuscript], 1866 June 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647905124 Lt., C.S.A.; teacher, Norwood School, Nelson County, Va.; principal Select School, New York, N.Y. From the description of Diplomas of Waller Holladay [manuscript], 1858-1872. (University of Virginia). WorldC...

Community College of Denver (corporateBody)

Federally Employed Women, Inc. (corporateBody)

University of Rochester (corporateBody)

Detwyler, Joann (person)

Laura X (person)

Goucher College (corporateBody)

California Personnel and Guidance Association (corporateBody)

American Association for the Advancement of Science (corporateBody)

Edmund W. Sinnott was president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the time of this correspondence. Walter G. Berl was an editor for the Association. From the description of Letters, 1948-1971, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155878457 ...

Advisory Committee for Higher Education Equal Employment Opportunity Programs (corporateBody)

University of Northern Colorado (corporateBody)

Robinson, Lora H. (person)

Mt. San Antonio College (corporateBody)

Women's City Club of New York (corporateBody)

Kummerfeld, Carol (person)

Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education (corporateBody)

Organization for the Advancement of Women (corporateBody)

Council for Equal Professional Opportunity (corporateBody)

California State university, Long Beach (corporateBody)

Gulf Coast Community College (corporateBody)

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 ...

Practicing Law Institute (corporateBody)

Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (corporateBody)

Columbia College (corporateBody)

University of Wisconsin--Superior (corporateBody)

Sloan Foundation (corporateBody)

American political science association (corporateBody)

Washington Women's Network (corporateBody)

Wheeler, Helen Rippier (person)

Urban Research Corporation (corporateBody)

Westbrook College (corporateBody)

Federations of Organizations for Business Women (corporateBody)

Rowe, Mary P (person)

MacLeod, Jennifer (person)

Oltman, Ruth (person)

Kansas Community College (corporateBody)

Norby, Marion (person)

Merle Allshouse (person)

University of California (1868-1952) (corporateBody)

Administrative History During the mid-twentieth century, the American Labor Movement reached a pinnacle of power and influence within society. The Second World War required that labor be managed as a strategic resource; the high productivity of workers during the war carried over in the peace time economy, which experienced a sustained economic "boom." Unlike European labor relations, where unions play an "official" role in government, the Am...

University of Maine (corporateBody)

The University of Maine saw approximately 1,000 students and alumni serve in World War I and 3,900 serve in World War II. Both wars had a strong effect on the university and its students; the desire to honor those who had served and to memorialize those who had died led to various activities on campus. After the end of World War I, funds were raised to erect the Memorial Gymnasium and Armory and after World War II, those who had died were honored in a volume titled "University of Maine, World Wa...

Resource Center for Women's Programs (corporateBody)

Fairhaven College (corporateBody)

St. Michael's College Symposium (2003) (corporateBody)

Purdue University (corporateBody)

Grace Mastalli (person)

Institute for Educational Leadership, George Washington University (corporateBody)

Project on Equal Education Rights (corporateBody)

PEER, a project of the National Organization for Women Legal Defense and Education Fund, was funded mainly by grants from the Carnegie Corporation and Ford Foundation, and was established in 1974 to monitor the government's progress in enforcing federal laws against sex discrimination in the public schools. It publishes a newsletter and other material on equal education and the law. From the description of Records, 1972-1990 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 2320...

Eastern Association Physical Education of College Women (corporateBody)

Roberta Hall (person)

New York State Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (corporateBody)

Feig, Konnilyn (person)

Institute for Educational Management. (corporateBody)

Dartmouth College (corporateBody)

The celebration of the 150th anniversary of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dartmouth College Case was held on April 9, 1969, in the Court of Claims, Washington, D.C.; the celebration also commemorated the career of Daniel Webster, the advocate who defended the case before the Supreme Court. During the ceremony Justice Earl Warren, Senator Thomas J. MacIntyre, and Dartmouth College President John Sloan Dickey spoke before an audience of legislators, jurists, historians, and alumni....

Professional Secretaries International (corporateBody)

United States Information Agency (corporateBody)

Center for Creative Leadership (corporateBody)

Women's Legal Defense Fund, inc. (corporateBody)

Heidi Hartmann (person)

American physical society (corporateBody)

This professional society of educators, industrial and government research workers, and students of physics and related fields, was established in 1899 to promote the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics. It was a founding Member Society of the American Institute of Physics. The Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) Study was commissioned by the American Physical Society on November 20, 1983 to evaluate the status of the science and technology of DEW. A study group was formed by Novembe...

Miami-Dade Community College. (corporateBody)

Advisory Committee on the Rights and Responsibilities of Women (corporateBody)

Friedrich Ebert Foundation (corporateBody)

Mariam Chamberlain (person)

University of California, Los Angeles (corporateBody)

Biography Cox was born Jan. 5, 1926 in Fresno, CA; BA, political science, Stanford, 1949; associate for Bill P. Wreden, antiquarian book dealer, San Francisco; MLS, UC Berkeley, 1954; began working at the UCLA library in 1954, serving in gifts and exchange, as head of the Geology Library, and head of circulation (1960-77); compiled and donated Albright library bibliography; Acting Assoc. University Librarian for Public Services, UCLA, 1977-79...

Pottinger, J. Stanley, 1940- (person)

Western Kentucky university (corporateBody)

National Association for Campus Activities (U.S.) (corporateBody)

New Jersey Association of Colleges and Universities (corporateBody)

Lionel Trilling (person)

University of Massachusetts at Amherst (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina was chartered by the state's General Assembly in 1789. Its first student was admitted in 1795. The governing body of the University, from its founding until 1932, was a forty-member Board of Trustees elected by the General Assembly. The Board met twice a year; at other times the business of the University was carried on by the Board's secretary-treasurer and by the presiding professor (called president beginning in 1804). Other faculty members later assumed the r...

American Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

Founded in 1920 in New York City by Roger Baldwin and others; the ACLU was an outgrowth of the American Union Against Militarism's National Civil Liberties Bureau, which in 1920 changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union. From the description of Collection, 1917- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 42740878 The Southern Women's Rights Project (SWRP) located in Richmond is affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union. The project deal...

Fordham Law School (corporateBody)

West Virginia Wesleyan College (corporateBody)

Zubris, Donna (person)

James G. O'Hara (person)

Linc Fisch (person)

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. (corporateBody)

National Institute of Mental Health (corporateBody)

Sassower, Doris (person)

Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012 (person)

Adrienne Cecile Rich, poet, author, feminist, and teacher, was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 16, 1929, the daughter of Helen (Jones) and Arnold Rice Rich. She attended the Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Md. (1938-47). A 1951 graduate of Radcliffe College, in that year she won the Yale Younger Poets Award with the publication of her first book, A Change of World . Following her studies at Oxford University (winter 1952-53), she traveled through Europe. The following de...

Murray, Pauli, 1910-1985 (person)

Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was a lawyer, scholar, writer, educator, administrator, religious leader, civil rights and women's rights activist. She was a co-founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the first black woman to be ordained as an Episcopal minister. She spent much of her life in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. From the description of Proud shoes : the story of an American family : typescript, 1956 / by Pauli Murray. (New York Public Library)....

W.K. Kellogg Foundation. (corporateBody)

New England College (corporateBody)

Washington Area Affirmative Action Group (corporateBody)

Florida State University Law School (corporateBody)

Trinity College of Vermont (corporateBody)

American Asssociation of University Women (corporateBody)

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004 (person)

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States and served two terms in office from 1981 to 1989. He was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Nelle Wilson and John Edward ("Jack") Reagan. His father nicknamed him "Dutch" as a baby. In 1920 the family resettled in Dixon, Illinois. In 1928 Reagan graduated from Dixon High School, where he had been student body president, an actor in school plays, and a student athlete. He partici...

National Black Feminist Organization (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Helena Rubinstein Foundation (corporateBody)

University of New Mexico. (corporateBody)

The University of New Mexico was established by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico in 1889. It was to be located in Albuquerque. Elias Stover was appointed the first president. The new institution opened in rented rooms as a summer normal school, June 15, 1892, beginning regular instruction on September 21st in the first building erected on the campus. In 1901 Dr. William G. Tight became president. He introduced the "Pueblo Style" architecture for the University buildings. U...

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 ...

Villa Maria College (corporateBody)

Michigan State University (corporateBody)

Michigan State University was established in 1855, and by 1862, it stood as the nation’s premier land-grant university. Over the decades, the university has continued to be a model of what a land-grant university can and should do. As a university of, for and by the people, Michigan State University began a long tradition of empowering people through educational opportunity....

University of California, Santa Cruz (corporateBody)

Organization history UCSC Colleges Cowell College, founded 1965 Adlai E. Stevenson College, founded 1966 Crown College, founded 1967 Merrill College, founded 1968 Benjamin F. Porter College, founded in 1969 as "College Five" and formally dedicated as "Benjamin F. Porter College" in 1981. Kresge College, ...

Bentley College (corporateBody)

National Association of Bank Women (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Loring, Rosalind K. (person)

Carolyn G. Heilburn (person)

Vanderbilt University. (corporateBody)

American Association of University Administrators (corporateBody)

Catholic University of America (corporateBody)

The Catholic University of America (CUA) is a private university located in Washington, D.C. in the United States. It is a pontifical university of the Catholic Church in the United States and the only institution of higher education founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops.[7] Established in 1887 as a graduate and research center following approval by Pope Leo XIII on Easter Sunday,[8] the university began offering undergraduate education in 1904. The university's campus lies within the Brookland n...

Du Pont (corporateBody)

Chatham College (corporateBody)

McDaniel College (corporateBody)

McDaniel College is a private liberal arts college in Westminster, Maryland. Established in 1867, it was known as Western Maryland College until 2002 when it was renamed McDaniel College in honor of an alumnus who gave a lifetime of service to the college. The college also has a satellite campus, McDaniel College Budapest, in Budapest, Hungary. McDaniel College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The college owns and manages a shopping center and residential proper...

Carter, Jimmy, 1924- (person)

Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.), thirty-ninth president of the United States, was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia, and grew up in the nearby community of Archery. His father, James Earl Carter, Sr., was a farmer and businessman; his mother, Lillian Gordy, a registered nurse. He was educated in the Plains public schools, attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1946. In the Navy he became a ...

Montgomery College (corporateBody)

Northern Pioneer College (corporateBody)

Women & Health Roundtable (corporateBody)

Bernard M. Baruch College (corporateBody)

Founded in 1919 as the School of Business and Civic Administration of City College, was renamed the Bernard M. Baruch School of Business and Public Administration in 1953, and assumed its current name in 1968. From the description of Records, 1934-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155500951 ...

Edwin Eshelman (person)

Atomic Energy Commission (corporateBody)

National Chamber of Commerce for Women (corporateBody)

National Council of University Research Administrators (corporateBody)

National Women's Conference (corporateBody)

The First National Women's Conference was held in Houston Texas, Nov. 18-21, 1977. It was sponsored by the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, and adopted a 26-point national plan of action and published its proceedings as THE SPIRIT OF HOUSTON. From the description of Records, 1975-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155519540 From the description of National Women's Conference records, 1975-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51576567 ...

Florida Junior College at Jacksonville (corporateBody)

Colorado College (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...

National Endowment for the Arts (corporateBody)

Webster College (corporateBody)

Beloit College (corporateBody)

Wells, Theo (person)

Small Business Administration (corporateBody)

American Jewish Committee (corporateBody)

Founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Jews and to alleviate the consequences of persecution or disaster affecting them at home or abroad. ...

Allen, Margaret (person)

Self, Jane (person)

University of Maryland Law School (corporateBody)

Augustana College (corporateBody)

United States. Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (corporateBody)

CCNY Chorus (corporateBody)

Zeitlin, June H. (person)

Boring, Phyllis Zatlin (person)

Women's College Coalition (corporateBody)

Mississippi State university (corporateBody)

Danforth Foundation (corporateBody)

Peter Labassi (person)

Tobias, Sheila. (person)

Feminist activist Sheila Tobias teaches politics and women's studies at the University of Arizona. A graduate of Radcliffe College, she earned her Ph.D. at Columbia University. She was a founding member of the National Organization for Women and one of the founders of the Women's Studies Program at Cornell University. From the description of [Speech] [videorecording]. 1994-10-18. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122522012 Sheila Tobias was one of the founders of the...

Martinez, Deborah (person)

Towson State College (corporateBody)

Hunter, Louise (person)

District of Columbia Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina, Charlotte (corporateBody)

Joy Simonson. (person)

Rhode Island College (corporateBody)

Jean O'Gorman (person)

NYC Community College of the City University of New York (corporateBody)

Sir George Williams University (corporateBody)

University of Pennsylvania. (corporateBody)

In 1919 Edward Bushnell was appointed publicity agent for the University of Pennsylvania. His appointment began a long and expanding effort at public relations at the University. In 1954 the Department of Public Relations expanded its work to include two new units, Motion Picture Services and the Office of Radio and Television. These two offices operated until 1975 when they were phased out of a stream-lined department. From the description of University Film Collection, 1915-1989. (...

University of Toledo (corporateBody)

Yale University. (corporateBody)

D.C. Commission on the Status of Women (corporateBody)

Nacubo Taxation Committee (corporateBody)

Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 (person)

Society of Government Economists (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Institute of Women Today (corporateBody)

University system of Maryland (corporateBody)

Ohio State University (corporateBody)

The Medical Alumni Society of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, since 1931 with the exception of 1939, has given the honor of "Man of the Year" to a doctor(s) during their annual reunions. In 1973 the award name changed from the title "Man of the Year" to "Professor of the Year." And in 1975, Margaret (Peg) Hines was the first woman to be so honored. From the guide to the Man/Professor of the Year Photograph Collection, 1934-1993, (Medical Heritage Center) ...

Belita Cowan (person)

Goddard College (corporateBody)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

University of Notre Dame/St. Mary's College (corporateBody)

Notre Dame Prep. (corporateBody)

SUNY Buffalo (corporateBody)

Old dominion university (corporateBody)

The ODU Poster Collection contains a wide range of posters of musical performances, plays, athletic events, academic programs, student activities, lectures, discussions, seminars, readings, and festivals. They document recruitment foci, program offerings and the academic, political and cultural environment of the university. From the guide to the ODU Poster Collection, 1974-1990, (Special Collections and University Archives, Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library, Old Dominion Univ...

University of Chicago. (corporateBody)

Most of the records in the collection pertain to the $400,000 raised by the American Baptist Education Society in 1889-1890 in order to obtain a 600,000 grant from John D. Rockefeller for the creation of an endowment for the University of Chicago. The first volume in the inventory, Record of Pledges for the University of Chicago, contains an alphabetical numbered listing of subscribers, amounts pledged, and payments made through 1906. The subscription forms and letters (1:4-13) are numbered to c...

Rumbarger, Margaret (person)

Women's History Resource Center (corporateBody)

Ohio university (corporateBody)

Athena is the Ohio University yearbook. In 1918, a small pamphlet called Senior Scroll was published in lieu of a yearbook. In 1975, the name was changed to Spectrum Green . In 1984, it was changed back to Athena . From the guide to the Collection of Athena yearbooks and records, 1892-2007, (Ohio University) Phi Upsilon Omnicron is a national honor society in Family and Consumer Sciences. At the time these records were created, it was described as "a national home economics ...

Schlossberg, Nancy (person)

Mathews, Forrest David, 1935-.... (person)

Forrest David Mathews was born on December 6, 1935 in Grove Hill, Alabama. He taught history at various colleges and universities, and became one of the youngest men ever to head a major university when he was named president of the University of Alabama in 1969. On June 26, 1975, President Gerald R. Ford nominated Mathews to succeed Casper Weinberger as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW). Mathews was confirmed by the Senate and served as Secretary of HEW from August 1975 to 1977. ...

Roberts, Sylvia (person)

Ohio Wesleyan University (corporateBody)

University located in Delaware, Ohio. From the description of An act to incorporate the Trustees of the Ohio Wesleyan University 1910. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 41972346 ...

Virginia Trotter (person)

Clarkson University (corporateBody)

League of Academic Women (corporateBody)

National Science Foundation (U.S.). Directorate for Research Applications (corporateBody)

University of Arizona, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and universities, 1862-1962, and the university’s participation in the centennial convocation of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities held at Kansas City, 1961. From the guide to the University of Arizona Land-Grant centennial records, 1960-1962, (University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections) University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and...

Grace Mastalli attended. (person)

Center for a Voluntary Society (corporateBody)

National Merit Scholarship (corporateBody)

Wells College (corporateBody)

Women's Sports Foundation (corporateBody)

Lynchburg College (corporateBody)

Clearinghouse for Community Based Free Standing Educational Institutes (corporateBody)

Mead, Ellen (person)

Francelia Gleaves (person)

College of St. Theresa (corporateBody)

Manhattanville College (corporateBody)

The predecessor of Manhattanville College was the Female Academy of the Sacred Heart established in New York City in 1841. It became a four-year undergraduate school in 1917; moved to its present site on the former Whitelaw Reid estate in Purchase, N.Y. in 1952; and in 1971 the college became co-educational and independent of the Society of the Sacred Heart. From the description of Academic history and policy records, 1919-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155540722 From ...

Eagleton Institute of Politics Rutgers University (corporateBody)

UNESCO (corporateBody)

Cornell College (corporateBody)

Greenfield Community College (Mass.) (corporateBody)

Amarillo College (corporateBody)

American Association for Affirmative Action (corporateBody)

Center for a Woman's Own Name (corporateBody)

Shapiro, Barbara A. (person)

National Center for Educational Brokering (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Zaretsky, Barry L. (person)

New Jersey. Department of Higher Education (corporateBody)

Donna Hart (person)

National Association for Law Placement (corporateBody)

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (corporateBody)

Burling Lowrey (person)

Senate Committee on Labor/Human Resources (corporateBody)

Women's National Abortion Action Coalition (corporateBody)

Bell, Carolyn Shaw (person)

Mansfield University (corporateBody)

Sells, Lucy (person)

University of California, Santa Barbara (corporateBody)

The Physical Planning Committee was an advisory committee to the Office of Architects and Engineers, comprised of the Chancellor, the campus architect, and faculty members. The committee was responsible for discussion, approval, and planning of physical installations on campus. The duties of the Office of Architects and Engineers now fall under the Office of Campus Planning and Design, a division of Campus Design and Facilities. From the description of University of California, Santa...

Penn Valley Community College (corporateBody)

Women in Higher Education in Arizona (corporateBody)

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (corporateBody)

Loyola Marymount University (corporateBody)

Loyola Marymount University began in Los Angeles, California as St. Vincent's College, a men's school, in 1865 under the auspices of the Congregation of the Missions, and as Marymount College, a women's school, begun in 1923 in Los Angeles, directed by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. In 1973 the two schools merged as present-day Loyola Marymount University. From the description of Archives, 1865-[ongoing]. (Loyola Marymount University). WorldCat record id: 33390521 ...

Elliot Richardson (person)

University of Missouri. (corporateBody)

Waukesha County Technical Institute (corporateBody)

Harvard IEM Institute for Educational Management (corporateBody)

Knowles, Marjorie Fine, 1939- (person)

David Tatel (person)

Hood College (corporateBody)

All-Craft Center Foundation, Inc. (corporateBody)

Hall, Roberta (person)

University of North Florida (corporateBody)

In 1965 the Florida Legislature authorized the establishment of a state university in Jacksonville. State Senator John E. Mathews, Jr. introduced a higher education bill calling for a feasibility study for a Duval County "senior" college. The study, with a positive recommendation for an upper and graduate level Duval County institution, was published by the Board of Regents in May 1967. The first phase in UNF's development was the selection of a permanent location. In Ap...

Charles Mathias (person)

Lansing Community College (corporateBody)

Everett Community College (corporateBody)

American Press Institute (corporateBody)

EASI (Organization) (corporateBody)

American private nonprofit organization for promotion of higher education. From the description of American Association for Higher Education records, 1944-2005. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122384967 Historical Note The American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) originated as the department of higher education of the National Education Association (NEA) in 1870. After almost a century of working under NEA leadersh...

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...

Miner, Ann (person)

Jean O'Barr (person)

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...

Mary De Mouy (person)

Weal Fund (corporateBody)

American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (corporateBody)

State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (corporateBody)

Harvard University. Graduate School of Education (corporateBody)

The Harvard University Graduate School of Education was established in 1920. From 1891 to 1920, the study of education at Harvard took place within two different divisions of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Until 1906, education faculty were appointed to the Division of Philosophy. In 1906, a separate Division of Education was established. Paul Henry Hanus held Harvard’s first faculty appointment in the field of education. Hanus was chair of the Division of Education from 1906 to 1912. Henr...

Brown University. (corporateBody)

In 1917 the university established the Brown War Records Bureau, whose intention was to "collect and preserve a record of all Brown men who are serving in the present war". Brown faculty, students and alumni who were in the military were asked to fill out a small card called "Are you in the war?" and to send original letters, clippings or photographs which "have any bearing on the service of Brown men in the war." This collection is partly a result of that effort. From the guide to t...

Carnegie Mellon University. (corporateBody)

Phyllis McClure (person)

Southern Association of Colleges for Women. (corporateBody)

Women's Legal Defunse Fund (corporateBody)

University of Illinois System (corporateBody)

Western Connecticut State University (corporateBody)

Middlesex Community College (corporateBody)

Creange, Renee (person)

National Organization on Legal Problems in Education (corporateBody)

University of Miami. Opera (corporateBody)

Nova University (corporateBody)

Franklin, Barbara Hackman, 1940- (person)

Barbara Hackman Franklin (born March 19, 1940) is an American government official, corporate director, and business executive. She served as the 29th U.S. Secretary of Commerce from 1992 to 1993. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, she graduated from Hempfield High School in Landisville, Pennsylvania before earning a B.A. degree from Penn State University and an M.B.A. degree from the Harvard Business School. For several years after her graduation, she worked in the corporate world. She joined t...

Mina Shaughnessy Scholars Program (corporateBody)

National Women's Agenda Coalition (corporateBody)

Advise and Consult, Inc. (corporateBody)

Indiana University of Pennsylvania. University Printing (corporateBody)

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

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

Houston Community College System (corporateBody)

College of William and Mary. (corporateBody)

Higher Education Administrative Referral Service (HEARS) (corporateBody)

Wesleyan College (corporateBody)

Samuels, Catherine (person)

Alison Bernstein. (person)

National Association of Women Deans and Counselors (corporateBody)

Stephens College (corporateBody)

Mount Union College (corporateBody)

Edwin Eshleman (person)

George Washington University (corporateBody)

The Executive Vice President and Treasurer writes the yearly budget report for the Board of Trustees. From the description of Treasurers Office records, 1903-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 641695165 The University Marshal reports to the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and oversees official functions at the University, such as commencements, the conferring of honorary degrees, opening convocation for the school year, and other special ceremonies. Robert...

Arapahoe Community College (corporateBody)

Eastern College Personnel Officers Association (corporateBody)

Al Hamlin (person)

Pennsylvania state university (corporateBody)

The Pennsylvania Humanities Council designated the year 1985 as "The Year of the Pennsylvania Writer." The PHC funded projects in eight locations throughout the Commonwealth to gain appreciation, understanding, and recognition for past and present Pennsylvania writers. The State College/University Park location held a two-stage conference and related events by five Centre County regional organizations. From the description of The Year of the Pennsylvania writer collection, 1984-1986....

Stanley, Rebecca (person)

Stanford university (corporateBody)

Stanford entered into a research project with the National Iranian Radio and Television agency in 1974 to study and recommend a satellite-based communication system for Iran and how to utilize it for Iran's educational radio and television. From the description of Stanford NIRT project records, 1974-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510722 The Leland Stanford Junior University was established in 1885 in memory of Leland Stanford Jr., the only child of Senator and Mrs. ...

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 ...

University of Kentucky. (corporateBody)

The University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY is a land grant institution founded in 1865. The University evolved through three stages before becoming the University of Kentucky in 1916: the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky University, 1865-78, a private, denominational institution in Lexington created by an act of the legislature on February 22, 1865; the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky, 1878-1908; and State University, Lexington, 1908-1916. A statute in 1916 changed ...

Capital University. (corporateBody)

Alliance of Women in Education (corporateBody)

Ohman, Lynn (person)

Federation of American societies for experimental biology (corporateBody)

Sullivan, Richard (person)

NAWDAC National Association for Women Deans and Counselors (corporateBody)

Cerritos College (corporateBody)

National Association of Schools of Public Administration (corporateBody)

Council for Higher Education of the United Church of Christ (corporateBody)

Behrund College (corporateBody)

Morgan, Ellen (person)

Washington College (corporateBody)

Project for Homemakers in Arizona Seeking Employment (corporateBody)

Ernest Boyer (person)

Mississippi Committee for the Humanities (corporateBody)

German Marshall Fund (corporateBody)

Davison Art Center. (corporateBody)

Monica Gallagher (person)

University of Nebraska (corporateBody)

The first edition of the Arrowhead was published in December 1899 and came out monthly until 1902. The editorial in this first volume stated that its purpose was "to cheer you in your weary way." The Arrowhead included poetry, columns, editorials and opinions, and a wealth of drawings, cartoons, and caricatures. Contributions were solicited from readers and students but all remained unsigned. Editors explained the publication included local, state, and national items rather than bei...

Joint Task Force on Sex Equity in Vocational Education (corporateBody)

Edwards, Harry T. (person)

Professor of law at the University of Michigan. From the description of Harry T. Edwards papers, ca. 1965-1980. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34421548 Judge Harry T. Edwards (born 1940) was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in February 1980 and served as Chief Judge from September 15, 1994, until July 15, 2001. He graduated from Cornell University in 1962 and the University of Michigan Law School...

San Diego Community College (corporateBody)

Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Manchester Community College (corporateBody)

Capitol Hill Women's Political Caucus (corporateBody)

George Mason University (corporateBody)

Lepper, Mary (person)

University of Richmond (corporateBody)

Chmaj, Betty (person)

Washington Community College District 17 (corporateBody)

Richards, Cecile (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 ...

Gilinsky, Alberta (person)

Connecticut Women's Educational and Legal Fund (corporateBody)

The Connecticut Women's Educational and Legal Fund (CWEALF), a non-profit public interest law firm, was founded in 1973. CWEALF helps women gain equality under the law. Its establishment resulted from sex discrimination in mortgage lending, when attorneys from the Status of Women Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association joined forces and worked for the passage of the Connecticut Equal Credit Act. From the description of Connecticut Women's Educational and Legal Fund records, 1972...

National Institute of Education (NIE) (corporateBody)

Marymount Manhattan College (corporateBody)

Founded by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. Began in 1930 as courses offered to graduates of Marymount School at Fifth Avenue and East 83rd Street as a substitute for admission to the residential Marymount College at Tarrytown, New York. Moved to its present address in 1948. Received a charter as an independent college in 1961. Added a second building named for trustee Joseph C. Nugent in 1974. Currently nondenominational and co-educational. From the description of Marymoun...

National Aeronatics and Space Administration (corporateBody)

National education association of the United States. Department of adult education (corporateBody)

Adult Education Association of the United States (AEA-USA) The AEA-USA was founded in Columbus, Ohio, in May 1951 as the result of the joint efforts of the American Association for Adult Education (supported by the Carnegie Foundation) and the Department of Adult Education of the National Education Association. These two organizations dissolved in 1951 and their memberships joined to form the membership of the new organization with offices in Chicago, Illinois. The purpo...

American College Health Association (corporateBody)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

College of Staten Island (corporateBody)

Western Michigan university (corporateBody)

David Potter (person)

Sacred Heart University (corporateBody)

Theodore, Athena (person)

Connie J. Reid (person)

Sheila Tobias (person)

Center for Research on Women in Higher Education and the Professions (corporateBody)

Mary Ellen Mead (person)

Midwest Academy (corporateBody)

Slippery Rock university of Pennsylvania (corporateBody)

African-American Institute (corporateBody)

Black Women Organized for Action (corporateBody)

Rosser, Sue V. (person)

National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (corporateBody)

National Congress of Neighborhood Women (corporateBody)

Neighborhood scene in Brooklyn, New York, circa 1980. Photograph by Janie Eisenberg. The National Congress of Neighborhood Women (NCNW) is a support network for grassroots women's organizations and community leaders dedicated to empowering, and providing a voice for, poor and working-class women working to improve their communities and their own status in low-income urban and rural areas on local, national, and international levels. The history of NCNW begins with the r...

Fielden, Patricia (person)

University of Southern California. Library (corporateBody)

Biography/History Saida Gerrard: b. April 9, 1923, Toronto, Canada. d. May 4, 2005, Los Angeles, California. Saida Gerrard was a performer, choreographer, student and teacher of modern dance. She grew up in Toronto, Canada in a family of Russian Jewish immigrants. Her parents were amateur musicians who exposed her to music and dance at an early age. As a child, she studied music and dance at the Hambourg Conservatory of Music in T...

Gallaudet University (corporateBody)

Simmons, Althea T. L., 1924-1990 (person)

Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.) (corporateBody)

Jeanne Fisher-Thompson (person)

Ohio Association of Women Deans, Administrators & Counselors (corporateBody)

Association of American University Women (corporateBody)

Washington State University. Press (corporateBody)

Gleaves, Francelia (person)

Iowa State University (corporateBody)

On March 22, 1948, Iowa State College (University) sponsored a 90th anniversary celebration in honor of the founding of the college, which occurred on the same date in 1858 when the charter act establishing a state agricultural college became law. The celebration included a symposium, luncheon, departmental open houses, and a dinner. From the description of 90th anniversary collection, 1947-1948. (Iowa State University). WorldCat record id: 54799482 In 1958, Iowa State Colle...

Richard A. Lester (person)

Association of American law schools (corporateBody)

Donna Rochelle Smith (person)

Oregon State university (corporateBody)

Women's Action Program (corporateBody)

Kay Meckes-Jones (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...

Georgetown University. Institute of Languages and Linguistics (corporateBody)

Nazareth College (corporateBody)

Interstate Association of Commissions on the Status of Women (corporateBody)

American psychological association (corporateBody)

In the 1980s, the American Psychological Association (APA) Board of Directors approved an oral history project focusing primarily on key figures in American psychology that were advanced in years. Another part of the project involved interviewing past APA presidents. The APA historian continues to conduct these interviews. The APA archives hold the entire collection of these interview tapes. You can search the APA online index of these oral histories at for the ...

Columbia Law School (corporateBody)

Daniels, Arlene (person)

Catonsville Community College (corporateBody)

American statistical association (corporateBody)

The American Statistical Association is a professional society interested in the theory, methodology, and application of statistics to all fields of human endeavor. It was founded in 1839 in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally called the American Statistical Society, it changed its name to its present form in 1840, and a constitution and charter were in place by 1841. In 1934, it moved its headquarters to Washington, D.C. Its current headquarters are in Alexandria, Virginia. From the d...

Eagleton Institute (corporateBody)

Koss, Mary (person)

University of Cincinnati. (corporateBody)

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the University of Cincinnati experienced a wave of protest and radicalism on campus, much like other universities throughout the United States. The height of the protest occurred in May of 1970, immediately after the Kent State shootings. UC closed on May 8th due to the fear of possible violence on campus, and later in the month, university administration decided to cancel the remainder of the Spring quarter. From the guide to the University of ...

National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. (corporateBody)

Bryn Mawr college (corporateBody)

National Association of Independent Schools (corporateBody)

Women's Information Services Network (corporateBody)

Towle, Norine (person)

Salem Academy and College (corporateBody)

Jeanne Holm (corporateBody)

Ginsburg, Ruth Bader, 1933-2020 (person)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg (born Joan Ruth Bader, March 15, 1933 – September 18, 2020), also known by her initials RBG, was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1993 until her death in 2020. She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on June 14, 1993, and had served since August 10, 1993. Ginsburg became the second of four female justices to be confirmed to the Court after Sandra Day O'Connor, the two others being Sonia Sotomayor and Elen...

Jean Hughes (person)

Saunders, Marion (person)

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 ...

Levy, Leah, 1947-.... (person)

Hiram College (corporateBody)

Radcliffe College (corporateBody)

Vocational short courses and institutes were initiated by the Radcliffe Appointment Bureau to train students for careers after graduation. Among these courses were: the Institute on Historical and Archival Management, 1954-1960; Communications for the Volunteer, 1965-1968; Summer Secretarial Course, 1935-1955, and the Radcliffe Publishing Course (formerly Publishing Procedures Course), 1947-, which continues to offer a six-week summer course in publishing. From the description of Rad...

Spellane, James (person)

National Academic Advising Association (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Peter E. Holmes (person)

Kutztown University (corporateBody)

Education Writers Association (corporateBody)

Rehm, Diane, 1936- (person)

Diane Rehm (b. Diane Aed, Sept. 21, 1936, Washington, DC) was the longtime host of WAMU's morning talk show, The Diane Rehm Show from 1979-2016....

Mary Ellen McLaren (person)

Parliamentary Centre for Foreign Affairs (corporateBody)

Klein, Sue (person)

University of New Hampshire (corporateBody)

In 1861, the United States federal government approved the Morrill Act which set aside land in each state for the founding of public higher education. In 1862, the New Hampshire state legislature accepted the grant of 80,000 acres of public lands on which to set up a university. It was not until 1866 however, that the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was incorporated by the state legislature. They started the process of creating the By-laws and the Charter in 1862 and t...

New Mexico. Commission on the Status of Women (corporateBody)

Albertus Magnus College (corporateBody)

University of Hawaii at Manoa (corporateBody)

City university of New York (corporateBody)

University of Hawaii at Hilo (corporateBody)

National Association for Women Deans, Administrators & Counselors (corporateBody)

Freeman, Jo. (person)

St. Mary-of-the-Woods College (corporateBody)

Johns Hopkins University (corporateBody)

Women in Independent Schools (corporateBody)

Rickman, Geraldine (person)

McGill University (corporateBody)

University of Wisconsin--Platteville (corporateBody)

Cedar Crest College (corporateBody)

Hartry, Bert (person)

Whitney Foundation (corporateBody)

California Women in Higher Education (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina was chartered by the state's General Assembly in 1789. Its first student was admitted in 1795. The governing body of the University, from its founding until 1932, was a forty-member Board of Trustees elected by the General Assembly. The Board met twice a year; at other times the business of the University was carried on by the Board's secretary-treasurer and by the presiding professor (called president beginning in 1804). Other faculty members later assumed the r...

Georgetown Law School (corporateBody)

Seibert, Susan (person)

Claremont College (corporateBody)

California State University at Long Beach (corporateBody)

Vivian Gornick (person)

Henry Ford Community College (corporateBody)

Rockland County Guidance Center (corporateBody)

Holmes, Peter (person)

Epithet: Secretary, Dublin Stamp Office British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000703.0x000266 ...

National Advisory Council on Adult Education (corporateBody)

University of Maryland, Baltimore county (corporateBody)

Gallaudet college (corporateBody)

TIAA-CREF (corporateBody)

Council for the Advancement of Experiential Learning (corporateBody)

Empire State College (corporateBody)

St. Cloud State College (corporateBody)

Voice of America (Organization) (corporateBody)

The Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series was broadcast internationally by the Voice of America radio program, which covered topics in the arts and sciences in mid-twentieth century America. From the description of Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series scripts, circa 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702202512 American governmental agency broadcasting by radio to audiences in foreign countries. From the description of Vo...

Wider Opportunities for Women, Inc. (corporateBody)

Wider Opportunities for Women was formed in the District of Columbia in 1964. Its early training programs focused on basic job skills for low-income women and included provisions for childcare. In 1990 WOW received federal funding to develop the National Employment Training (NET) Project and gained widespread recognition for its advocacy, leadership development, and technical training workshops, which were organized to meet the needs of trainees and employers. Subsequent funding enabled WOW to t...

Apter, Julia (person)

Delaware College (corporateBody)

Ralph S. Regula (person)

Barnard College (corporateBody)

Barnard College was given its first provisional charter by the Regents of the State of New York on Aug. 8, 1889. From the description of Barnard College charters and statutes, 1934-1988. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 275960020 Junior Month was a summer project in sociological theory and practice founded in 1917 and supervised by the Charity Organization Society of New York City. In a one month period juniors from twelve eastern colleges a...

College Entrance Examination Board (corporateBody)

North Carolina Wesleyan College (corporateBody)

Mankato State University (corporateBody)

Grant, A. (Ann) (person)

Federal bar association (corporateBody)

Institute for Women's Policy Research (corporateBody)

The Institute for Women's Policy Research was founded in 1987 by Heidi Hartmann, a pioneering feminist economist. Its mission is to conduct women-centered policy-oriented research and to disseminate its findings in order to address the needs of women, promote public dialogue, and strengthen families, communities, and societies. The IWPR is an independent non-profit organization affiliated with graduate programs in public policy and women's studies at George Washington University. Fro...

Brookings Institute (corporateBody)

East Stroudsburg University (corporateBody)

Massachusetts. Board of Higher Education (corporateBody)

The Board of Higher Education was established in Massachusetts by St 1965, c 572, "An Act to improve and extend educational facilities in the Commonwealth." The board was placed within but not subject to the control of the Department of Education, replacing the Board of Collegiate Authority. The legislation established for the first time a "system" of higher education and created a Board of Higher Education to guide and coordinate the growth and programs of its diversified instituti...

Kilberg, William (person)

Marymount College (corporateBody)

Mathias, Charles McC. (Charles McCurdy), 1922-2010 (person)

Charles McCurdy Mathias, Jr. (R, Md) was a U.S. Representative and a Senator from Maryland, 1961-1987. Mathias was born in Frederick, MD July 24 1922, attended Haverford College, and received the law degree from the University of MD in 1949. He served as a naval officer in the South Pacific during World War II, 1942-1946. Mathias was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates (1959-1960) and to the U.S. Congress, 1961-1969. He was elected to the United States Senate in 1...

Armistead, Betty (person)

Women's Graphics Collective (corporateBody)

Upsala College (corporateBody)

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