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Women -- Education (Higher) -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Carol Metsker Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M426
Overview This collection consists of the papers and objects of Carol Metsker, a former Unversity of Denver faculty member.

Charlotte York Irey Oral History, 2005

 Item
Identifier: D009.04.0005.00008
Overview Charlotte Irey talks about her lifetime in dance. She had her first taste of modern dance at the age of 17 when she traveled to Dresden, Germany to study with Mary Wigman. Modern dance was in its infancy at this time (1930s). The dance training that she had did not prepare her for the non-technique modern dance taught by Wigman. Irey enjoyed the study and realized only a few years later how important modern dance class was to her. Irey earned her degree from the University of Wisconsin. Irey...

Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Records

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Identifier: M086
Overview The Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) was started in 1972 at Brown University to promote women in higher education administration, including providing assistance to women in career mapping, guidance, publishing, conference participation and other services. HERS originally operated as a referral and placement service for women in higher education, but since 2005 has provided professional development opportunities for professional academic women and serves as a network of support for...

Judy Adair Baker Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M407
Overview Judy Adair Baker attended the Colorado Women's College from 1955-1957 and was active in Delta Tau Kappa. She submitted her papers when there was a request for memorabilia from alumnae.