Drexel University
Know your client -- Use your calendar & docket control system -- Beware of potential conflicts of interest -- Set fees and document your time -- Maintain good client relations -- Confirm all important questions in writing -- Triple check all outgoing files & documents -- Do adequate research & consult experts -- Maintain high ethics & standards of practice -- Don't ever think it won't happen to you
Drexel University
The collection is composed primarily of the minutes of the University Faculty (1894-1896, 1907, 1913-1922, 1948-1986) and the Faculty Council (1922-1948, 1952-1954, 1967-1986). The collection also contains copies of the University Faculty's bylaws, revisions, and draft revisions dating from the 1970s, correspondence from the 1940s through 1970s, files on standing and ad hoc committees, and subject files, the bulk of which were created by Faculty Council chair Robert Coren in the early 1970s
Drexel University
The collection consists primarily of two sets of subject files. An earlier set includes mostly papers that Dr. Hagerty inherited from the previous president, James Creese; these papers document the transition from the Creese to the Hagerty administration. A later set of subject files was created by Dr. Hagerty and his staff and reflects decisions made during his tenure. The collection also includes the outgoing correspondence of Dr. Hagerty and his staff, several of Dr. Hagerty's speeches, and some reports submitted to Dr. Hagerty from leaders of the colleges and divisions of Drexel University
Drexel University
This collection consists of promotional brochures advertising wartime courses for women in dietetics and commerce, as well as posters outlining the courses of study, requirements, and curricula
Drexel University
This collection consists chiefly of a set of subject files on organizations, university offices and departments, special projects, and administrative topics compiled by Drexel president William S. Gaither. The collection also contains a record of Dr. Gaither's outgoing correspondence from June 1984 to December 1986 and a box of certificates presented to him at his inauguration
Drexel University
Manuscript seemingly intended for a publisher as reference is made to "your readers." The writer thinks it will interes the receivers' readesr who are in sympathy with or taking an active part in the "elevation of women and securing to them their natural rights." Hannah W. Ellis, Hannah Longshore, Jane Myers and Ann Preston are discussed. The manuscript refers to the college as Female Medical College of Pennsylvania (Female was changed to Woman's in 1867) and references the Pennsylvania Medical University of Phialdelphia, which didn't exist until 1853, dating the manuscript between 1853 and 1867
Drexel University
Approximately 20,000 images from the mid 1800s to 2000, illustrating women medical students at work and play, women physicians at work in offices, hospitals, and in clinics domestically and abroad, portraits, college faculty and administrators. Images post-1970 include male medical students and male physicians
Drexel University
Zeta Phi was the medical fraternity at Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. The collection includes directories, 1906-1928; "House Rules and Tips on New Member Selection", 1954-1988; business correspondence; photographs; house floor plan; newsclippings; 1986 fundraiser; 1989 Alumnae fund raiser; financial information
Drexel University
Leslie's Weekly article "A Famous Medical School for Women" by Harry Dillon Jones describing life at Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. Includes three photographs of students (p0303; p0303a; p2179)
Drexel University
1. The research paper: getting started -- 2. The research paper: note-taking -- 3. The research paper: drafting -- 4. Colons and semicolons -- 5. Four tips about spelling -- 6. Plagiarism