Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Use for: Faculty member(s) of unknown, unspecified or mixed rank. For faculty of known rank, use: Full professors, Associate professors, Assistant professors, ... Also in TGM and TUCUA. Use this term for Archival Objects. For Resources, use Universities and colleges -- Faculty. adr 7/14/2016
Found in 839 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Contains black and white photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets of University of Denver emeritus faculty events.
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Bryon Cohn subseries University of Denver Administrative materials contains correspondence, course information, budget information and fire damage data.
Overview Photographic image of four unidentified woman wearing festive hats, sitting at a roundtable with three white tea cups , in an unidentified room, with two unidentified people in the back ground on either side of the four woman, for the Faculty Tea Picnic at the University of Denver, in 10/1957.
Dates: 1957 October
Overview Black and white negatives from the faculty picnic at the University of Denver.
Overview 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...
Overview Photographic image of 21 faculty members sitting outside, infront of an unidentified building, at the University of Denver, circa 1915. Three are identified: second row, seventh individual is Le Rossignol, front row, fourth individual is Howe and eighth individual is Russell.
Dates: circa 1915
Overview Faculty Statement on Chancellor Mitchell's lack of academic orientation. They lament the lack of communication between Mitchell and the University community, and his lack of responsiveness to the students. They ask for Mitchell's resignation. [There is no indication whether this was ever presented to the general faculty for approval]
Dates: 1970 May 13
Overview Faculty Survey consisting of 8 questions about Woodstock West and the Chancellor's handling of the situation, including interaction with the press.