Abstract: The All Undergraduate Student Association (AUSA) was a student group at the University of Denver whose primary function appears to have been that of Student Senate. These records include meeting agendas and minutes for the student senate as well as records of various senate court cases, information regarding organizatioin activities, financial records, bylaws, and student publications.
Abstract: Caleb Frank Gates served as Chancellor of the University of Denver from March 1941 to November 1943 and again from February 1946 to August 1947. Collection consists of his papers.
Abstract: [copied and pasted from "Treasurer" section of index_cardgen.xls, Excel version of physical cardfile] "Millington, F.C. financial officer, 1890-92? Cranston, Earl 1879-83 March 13, 1890, W.P. Miller, financial agent." Willard, Rev. Oliver A., 1864- Financial Agent. Beggs, Prof. R.H. by 1-29-1898 Chamberlin, Frederick J. Died 1929. Also trustee, alumni Kassler, Edwin S., March 15, 1930 made controller, Sept. 1930 Downer, Issac Frank, Sept. 1930- also Trustee, Pioneer, Oct. 1930, p.6 F.C. Millington, Financial agent.1881/2 succeeded Dr. Cranston as Sec. of Brd
Creator: Electronic Media and Sponsorship
Abstract: Collection contains audio and video recordings from the Division of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Denver.
Creator: University of Denver. Faculty Senate
Abstract: The Faculty Senate at the University of Denver was established in 1932. Its purpose is to give faculty a voice in University policies and procedures, especially concerning the faculty. The Senate is responsible for setting faculty personnel policies, including salary guidelines, sabbatical leave, faculty review and tenure. The Faculty Senate records consist of the working documents and administrative materials of the organization from its inception through 1999. The bulk of the collection consists of materials from the 1970's through the 1990's. Further accruals are expected. As the Faculty Senate is an active body of the University and continues to produce sensitive documentation, much of the collection is restricted. Only qualified researchers are permitted to review the records. Please contact the Curator of Special Collections & Archives directly for access permission. __Initially called the University Senate, it was formed to address matters of faculty salary and budget deficits that the University faced during the early years of the Depression. Although the composition of the Senate has changed over the years, its purpose has always remained the same. The documents in the collection consist of reports, memos, letters, agendas, meeting minutes and hand-written notes from full Senate meetings and Senate committee meetings, Senate membership lists, the Senate Constitution and By-laws, and faculty handbooks. The collection includes materials concerning faculty requests for sabbatical leave, personnel policies, faculty evaluations of administrators, and faculty salary evaluations and policies. Many of the Faculty Senate meetings, the majority of which are from the 1980's and 1990's, were recorded on audio tape, which are grouped chronologically at the end of the collection.
Abstract: The University of Denver Programming Board (DUPB) is responsible for conceptualizing, planning and executing diverse events for the undergraduate student population, as well as diligently pursuing efforts to co-program with other student organizations and campus constituents. The records consist of files, reports, publications, notes, photographs, and contracts pertaining to various programs planned, organized, and/or sponsored by DUPB.