Scope and Contents Papers of Frederick Seitz (b. 1911), professor of physics (1949-1968), department head (1957-1964) and Graduate College dean (1964-1965), including correspondence (1948-1965), reports, publications (1936-1957), agenda, minutes and proposals concerning the administration of scientific organizations, programs and research activities; advisory service with federal agencies on planning scientific research; consultant service with industrial research programs; evaluations of research projects and personnel; education and training; publications; membership and research grants. The series covers Seitz's work with American Institute of Physics (board chairman, 1954-1959); American Physical Society (president, 1961); International Union of Pure and Applied Physics; National Academy of Sciences (president, 1962-1969); North Atlantic Treaty Organization (scientific advisor, 1959-1960); Department of Defense; Naval Research Advisory Committee; Office of Naval Research; Air ... Read More
Scope and Contents Papers of Samuel I. Goldberg (1923-2001), associate professor of mathematics at Lehigh University (1952-55) and Wayne State University (1955-61), Harvard research fellow (1959-60), and professor (1960-2001) of mathematics at the University of Illinois, including papers presented at conferences; correspondence relating to professional travel; applications for funding of research (National Science Foundation, 1962-86 and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, 1980-92); teaching materials such as lecture notes, exams, assignments, and syllabi; sabbatical leave and salary reports; publications and manuscripts; reviews of mathematical papers; correspondence relating to visiting professorships (University of Toronto 1968; Israel Institute of Technology, 1972; Cambridge University, 1979; Coll. De France, 1979; University of the West Indies, 1991-93); and correspondence with colleagues, universities, journals, and publishers.Â Major correspondents include ... Read More
Scope and Contents Printed annual reports from the Comptroller's Office entitled Your Money Your University and concerning the financial operation of the University of Illinois including statements of income and expenditures; enrollment; number of degrees awarded; a brief history of the University's beginnings and facilities for study and research. Ceased publication in 1976.
Scope and Contents Papers of Leigh Estabrook (1942- ), Dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (1986-2001) and Director of the Library Research Center (1987- ), includes publications; correspondence; speeches and conference presentations; professional and administrative files; lecture notes; biographical material; conference programs and associated literature; materials relating to her involvement in professional organizations; consulting data and reports; and research files and surveys, concerning the future of the library and information science profession and LIS education; distance education; the Chicago Public Library; A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems; Association for Library and Information Science Education; and the Association of College and Research Libraries.Â Correspondents include Chancellor Morton W. Weir (Committee to Combat Discrimination); Joe Gone (Inclusive Committee); J. Terrence Brunner (Chicago Public Library ... Read More
Scope and Contents Papers of Marcus Lee Hansen (1892-1938), professor of history (1928-38), including notes taken from the works of other writers on urban society and sanitation, the liquor problem, land and labor, the post-war south, the prairie states and New England; transcription of a series of letters by members of the Robison Family (1849-56) concerning farming in Michigan; copies of reprints on "The Second Colonization of New England" (1929), "The Revolutions of 1848 and German Emigration" (1930) and "Marcus Lee Hansen, Historian of Immigration" by C. Frederick Hansen (1942); lecture notes for American immigration history class (1928-38); and research notes for Atlantic Migration. The series includes a copy of The Immigrant in American History (1940).
Scope and Contents Printed and duplicated status and final reports on research projects in corrosion (1961), semiconductors (1961, 1965) and tool wear (1955). The series also contains reprints of Research in Mining Engineering, from A Summary of Engineering Research (1965).
Scope and Contents Research, program, and facility proposals prepared by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, including proposals for new research facilities, changes in the curriculum, the NSF Research Center, the Microelectronics Center, the Software Engineering Initiative, the College Network, the Integrated Circuits Fabrication Lab, the MBE Center, the Cognitive Science/AI Initiative, the Microelectronics Research Program, and the Computer Aided Design Facility.
Scope and Contents Papers of Roger Adams (1889-1971), professor of chemistry (1916-57), & department head (1926-54),including personal items relating to family, education and travel; photographs; correspondence with family, foundation officials, businessmen, officials of professional societies, scientists and former students; tape-recorded interviews on the chemistry department and financial support of research and graduate work; speeches; reports; manuscripts; reprints; books; correspondence and research on the chemistry on marijuana (1938-41); documents about service in the Chemical Warfare Service (1917-18), National Defense Research Committee (1941-46), as scientific advisor in Germany (1945-46), Japan (1947-48); programs of symposia, award ceremonies, newspaper clippings relating to awards and activities. Three subject files (1949-71) contain correspondence, reports, agendas, minutes, memoranda and newsletters relating to associations with the Battelle Memorial Institute, Otto ... Read More
Scope and Contents Mimeographed copies of technical reports prepared under federal contracts and grants by the faculty of the Department of Physics, including "Operating Manual for Synchro Operated Differential Analyser" (April, 1953).
Scope and Contents Technical reports prepared by staff and graduate students based on research done under contracts between the Coordinated Science Laboratory and federal agencies. The series includes duplicated research reports on projects conducted by University researchers under contracts DA-36-039-SC 56695 and 85122, concerning human performance in information transmission (1955; 1959) and the teaching machine PLATO II (1961).