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La Pierre, Sharon Greenleaf


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Accession: William J. Wellisch Papers, M390

Identifier: 2016.137
Dates: 1938-2015

Box 11, Doodle Research, 1987 - 1988

 File — Box: M442.0011
Identifier: M442.02.0011
Abstract Box 11 contains items from an envelope labeled "Kellogg Research Project." Folders contain research on doodles and spatial measurement.
Dates: 1987 - 1988

Dissertation Materials

Identifier: M442.03
Abstract This series contains raw data, notes, computer printouts, and associated materials pertaining to Dr. La Pierre's doctoral dissertation of 1987, "Spatial Imagery and Its Measurement". Original Order maintined - Materials are ordered as found.
Dates: 1973-2017

Projects and Associations

Identifier: M442.01
Abstract This series contains projects on art education, basket weaving, Native American art, fiber art, and textiles. Materials include photos, documents, and bound publications. Original Order maintained - materials are arranged alphabetically, based on Dr. LaPierre's file names and organizational scheme.
Dates: 1973-2017

Research and Publications

Identifier: M442.02
Abstract Series contains copies from books and articles related to doctoral studies with D.U., produced while Dr. La Pierre worked with Stanford professor Dr. Elliot Eisner, and also publications written by Dr. La Pierre. Articles may contain personal notes, newspaper clippings, and syllabi and lecture notes of classes attended and taught. Original Order maintained - materials are organized alphetically, based on Dr. La Pierre's file names and organizational scheme.
Dates: 1973-2017

Resume and Related Materials

Identifier: M442.04
Abstract This series contains presentations, transcripts, teaching credentials, and photgraphy of Dr. La Pierre's work, all related to her professional resume. Original Order maintained - materials are arranged as found.
Dates: 1973-2017

Sharon Greenleaf La Pierre Papers

Identifier: M442
Abstract Dr. Sharon Greenleaf La Pierre's career in art and art education spans more than 30 years, beginning with design and textile crafts at several community colleges. Dr. La Pierre developed departments at those colleges dedicated to design and weaving, while she continued to develop her own craft as an exhibiting artist. Earning a Ph.D. in Education (with a focus on Curriculum Leadership) in 1987, Dr. La Pierre has since lead a number of foundations and conferences, notably one at the University...
Dates: 1973-2017