Katharine M. Banham papers, 1910-1995.
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The Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development was created by the Surgeon General in 1955 and designated as one of five regional resource centers on aging. The center's first initiatives included the Duke Longitudinal Studies, a 20-year project begun in 1956 that monitored the physical, mental, social and economic status of approximately 800 older adults. From the description of Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development records, 1952-1998. (Duke University). W...
The Woman's College was established at Duke University in 1930, as a coordinate to Trinity College for men. As a coordinate college within Duke University, the Woman's College fostered a community that allowed for shared university faculty, curriculum, and educational facilities, while giving women an opportunity for leadership through their separate student government, social standards committees, and judicial board. Alice M. Baldwin was named its first Dean. The College merged with Trinity Col...
Katharine May Banham (1897-1995) served as a professor in the Department of Psychology at Duke University from 1946 to 1967, specializing in child psychology and development. From the description of Katharine M. Banham papers, 1910-1995. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 52444794 Katharine May Banham was born 26 May, 1897, Sheffield, England and died 7 May, 1995, in Buckinghamshire, England. Educated at University of Manchester (England), BS., 1919;...
The North Carolina Psychological Association was founded in 1948 as an affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Its purpose is to advance psychology as a science, profession, and means of promoting human welfare. From the description of North Carolina Psychological Association records, 1947-1970 [manuscript] (North Carolina State University). WorldCat record id: 495730566 ...