Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
The Connecticut State University System dates back to 1849. Colleges in the system all began as teachers colleges and gradually were given responsibility for educational programs such as liberal arts, business, technology, and health services. They were brought together into a state college system in 1965, and were granted university status in 1983.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
The records in this collection contain materials regarding agreements between the University and: the Administrative and Residual Employee Union, Local 4200; American Association of University Professors; New England Regional Student Services; the State Board of Education; and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. It also includes materials regarding the Community Relations Program, Faculty Handbooks, and University Senate minutes.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
The collection includes newspapers published by student through the history of Western Connecticut State University and its institutional antecedents.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
This is a digital collection of University Senate records which include minutes, agendas and supporting documents.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
The Herbert F. Janick, Jr. Papers spans the years 1889-2002 and consists mainly of Janicks research for his book on the centennial history of Western Connecticut State University.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
The Office of Institutional Advancement encompasses the Office of Alumni Affairs and the University Relations, which includes the Office of Public Relations and University Publications and Design. This office conducts fund raising and scholarship distribution and creates and disseminates a unified image for the university.
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
Carl A. Pettersch was Professor of Social Science 1946-1955, Dean of Graduate Studies 1955-1973, Faculty Emeriti 1973-2003 as Professor of History. This collection comprises the papers of Dr. Pettersch while Dean of Graduate Studies.
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Diaries, 1799-1832, of Stephen Wanton Gould, concerned with meetings of the Society of Friends, the activities of his family members and friends as well as several public events; extracts from the records of monthly meetings, 1676-1707, held by Rhode Island Quakers; letters, 1862-1868, from John Stanton Gould to his daughter Mary (Gould) Baldwin, relating to the Goulds and the related families, Gould's early life, his interests, and other personal matters; journal, 1866-1869, showing Gould's interest in cattle diseases and grasses, prison reform and other humanitarian aims, and containing many references to his public life and his role in the founding of Cornell University; and microfilm copies of a typewritten copy of a diary, 1851-1862, kept by John Stanton Gould's second wife, Hannah Wright Gould (1819-1912); and Gould family genealogical charts and notes compiled by her granddaughter, Dorothy C. Abbott, including data on related families.
Yale University - Manuscripts and Archives
The records consist of administrative and personnel files documenting the activities and operations of the Visiting Faculty Program of Yale Summer and Special Programs.
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
The collection contains Cannon family journals and materials gathered in the course of the academic career of Donald Q. Cannon. These materials are research notes, pedagogical materials, manuscripts, and memorabilia from various professional organizations.