Universities and colleges -- Curricula
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of reports, letters, and memoranda documenting the work of the Committee on Acceleration, which studied the feasibility of accelerating undergraduate study in the event of war.
The records consist of correspondence, reports, and notes documenting the work of the Committee on General Education.
The records consist of minutes, seminar proposals, and vitae maintained by Robin Winks while serving on the Yale College Committee on Teaching in the Residential Colleges.
The records consist of administrative files, primarily of Dean Harold B. Whiteman, documenting the activities and operations of the Yale Freshman Year.
The records consist of minutes and reports documenting the faculty and committees of the Yale Freshman Year.
The records consist of files maintained by Rollin G. Osterweis documenting the Yale Divisional Major program. Included are printed materials, memoranda, statements and gradesheets of divisional major students, and hand-outs from the Yale Human Culture and Behavior program.
The records consist of courses of study, correspondence, budgets, and proposals documenting courses (seminars) offered through the Yale residential colleges.
The records consist of correspondence, course materials, subject files, clippings, faculty records, and minutes of the Rules Committee documenting the Yale School of Architecture and its predecessors.
The records consist of admission and registration records, correspondence, course schedules and syllabi, programs, and press clippings documenting various activities of the Yale School of Architecture related to student administration and support. Also included are records documenting the 1963 dedication of the School of Architecture building.
The records consist of printed material, reports, subject and committee files, correspondence, newspaper clippings, student publication, two DVDs "Student Resumes and Work Samples", one DVD "Kent and Nona Bloomer In-Coming Student Picnic", and course evaluations of the dean of the Yale School of Architecture. Topics include the renovation of the Art and Architecture building, re-accreditation of the school, and visiting critics.
The records consist of correspondence, subject files, meeting minutes, statistics, financial records, and lecture materials documenting the students, faculty, curriculum, and general administration of the Yale School of Art and Architecture and its predecessors. Includes the records of Dean Everett V. Meeks.