Alverno College Library
Collection contains the records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Sr. Austin Doherty dating from 1978 until 1991. The collection largely consists of grant records, faculty personnel records, college institute files, meeting minutes, correspondence, faculty workshop records, faculty senate materials, and committee files. The records concern continuing accreditation, ongoing establishment of the Weekend College Program, evolution of the Alverno Learning Process, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, staffing, and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
Collection contains records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Bernarda Handrup dating from 1970 to 1974. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files, faculty institute files, and subject files. The records concern continuing accreditation, curriculum changes and proposed changes including competence-based learning (CBL) (now known as Alverno's ability-based curriculum), student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
Collection contains the records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Sr. J. Dolores Brunner (Sr. M. Providentia) dating from 1959 to 1970. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty memoranda, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files and subject files. The records concern accreditation, curriculum changes and proposed changes, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
The collection, dating from 1968, consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, grant files, committee files, personnel files, program files, activity files and subject files. The records concern accreditation, policy issues, expansion plans, financial issues, consortia memberships, staffing and other administrative affairs. Documented in depth are the Assessment Center, Alverno Campus Elementary School, Alverno Alumnae Association, Weekend College Program, Faculty Senate, President's Council, Alverno Board of Trustees, and the Alverno Ability-Based Curriculum
Alverno College Library
The collection contains records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Sr. Jutta Hollenbeck dating from 1936 to 1959. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty memoranda, faculty personnel records, day books, meeting minutes, committee files, program files, and subject files. The records concern incorporation, accreditation, teacher certification, general policy issues, financial issues, consortia memberships, staffing, and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
Collection contains records of the Office of Academic Affairs created since its inception in 1991. The collection largely consists of grant records, faculty personnel records, college institute files, meeting minutes, correspondence, faculty workshop records, graduation materials, annual reports, and departmental goal statements. The records concern continuing accreditation, creation of new majors such as Communication, Management and Technology (CMT); Community Leadership and Development; and Environmental Science, evolution of the Alverno Learning Process, creation of new courses, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, staffing, and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
Collection contains records of the Academic Dean's Office created during the tenure of Robert G. Pitman dating from 1974 to 1978. The collection largely consists of annual reports, correspondence, faculty personnel records, meeting minutes, committee files, grant files, faculty senate materials, and subject files. The records concern continuing accreditation, evolution of the competence-based learning (CBL) curriculum (now known as Alverno's ability-based curriculum), creation of the Weekend College program, student issues, general policy issues, grant proposals and related activities, consortia memberships and other association memberships, staffing, and other administrative issues
Alverno College Library
An edited version of a live event originating from the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. and Berlin, Germany, this program explores how countries like the United States and Germany should foster their citizen's successful transition from schools of today to the workplace of tomorrow. This program is packaged with Azubi: portrait of three apprentices in Berlin