Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection contains one binder with information regarding the public affairs program, course offering sheets, publications, reports, brochures and syllabi related to the Public Affairs program at the University of Denver.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract Student athelete cards including information on student's age, high school, sport, personal information.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1920s-1990s
Abstract Collection contains student publications, student directories, freshman camp, AUSA Government Constitutions 1960-70s, Student Orientation and Registration Program (SOAR), student government minutes, Student Affairs Committee 1969-1970, Interschool Council Minutes 1945-1950, student handbooks, memorabilia, student affairs, Student Personnel Services, student rosters, and notes from student boards at the University of Denver.
Dates: Other: 1921-2006
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 2 consists of subject files related to Wallace’s work as executive director of Wallace Village. The files include such topics as administrative files, development, history, technique manuals, publications, speeches, staff training, and self studies regarding the school. Also included are materials related to Henry A. Winters, an early benefactor of the Wallace School.
Abstract Student records available to FBI. Registrar complies with FBI requests for student files. Academic records now under control; access safeguarded. Senators question library location; appoint Gullard AG, Ombudsman.
Dates: 1971 May 19
Abstract GSSW dean claims funds unavailable. Student approval often required for release of personal records. ’70-71 Clarion exceeds 900 pages; summer issues will begin June 15.
Dates: 1971 June 2
Abstract The University of Denver's Public Relations Office, Student Yearbook (the Kynewisbok) and student newspaper (the Clarion) all produced collections of photographs that document the history of the University. This collection contains images of University buildings, events, traditions and campus life. This collection includes photographic prints, negatives, slides, contact sheets and photomechanical prints.
Abstract The Pioneer Leadership Program began at the University of Denver in 1995. It is a program that strives to instill leadership skills into the 88 undergraduate students admitted to the program each year. During their careers at the university, these students persue minors in leadership and live in the PLP living and learning community housing.