Office of the President administrative records, 1951-1965.
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The Fales Collection was given to NYU in 1957 by DeCoursey Fales in memory of his father, Haliburton Fales. It is especially strong in English literature from the middle of the 18th century to the present, documenting developments in the novel. Other related collections held in Fales include the Berol Collection of Lewis Carroll Materials, the Robert Frost Library, the Nelson F. Adkins collection of American Literature, and the manuscript collections of Elizabeth Robins, Peter Straub, E. L. Doct...
The Office of the President is the top administrative office of New York University and is responsible for the management of the entire University structure. The duties of the President include the development, implementation, and monitoring of University activities, the cultivation of outreach programs, and the promotion of University activities to prospective donors and to the general public. During the years 1951-1965, Acting Chancellor James L. Madden, Chancellor/President Henry T. Heald, Pr...
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...
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 ...
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...
The NYU Medical Center was established in 1947 to expand NYU's overall program of medical education, research, and patient care. It combined the existing University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College with additional resources to meet its mission of educating physicians, conducting scientific research, and treating patients. In 1941, a the time of its 100th anniversary, a vision and a plan for the Medical school's development came from two young faculty members: Donal Sheehan, Professor of Ana...
James Hester became president of New York University in 1962 after serving as Executive Dean of Arts and Sciences for two years. His tenure as president included a period of widespread student unrest as well as major institutional restructuring. Financial distress brought about the sale of the University Heights campus in the Bronx in 1972, and relocation of the oldest college, University College, to Washington Square, where it merged with Washington Square College. The engineering colleges merg...
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...
Physicist. Major affiliations include: Princeton University, 1930-1937; Westinghouse Co., Pittsburgh, PA, 1937-1945; National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC, 1945-1951; Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 1956-1963; and Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, Boulder, CO from 1963. From the description of Public relations file on Condon, mostly pertaining to the attack on his loyalty by the House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1948-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record i...
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...