Community development, Urban
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered general works on urban community development and works limited to urban community development in regions, counties, states, etc. Works on community development in individual cities, city regions, or metropolitan areas are entered under the heading [Community development] with local subdivision.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on April 5, 1967 in Denver, Colorado. Delegates present at the meeting include: Hank Job, Mike Quering, Doris Shultz, John Shofstal, Al Eckhardt, Howard Phillips, Bob Hickman, Tom Lewallen, Richard Tumpes, Art Branscombe, Jay Bollinger, Fran LeDuke, Lois Weber, Jules Mondschein, Fred Thomas, Gerald Kopel, and Marge McLaughlin. The minutes primarily cover proposed City Council redistricting, its effects on the Park Hill...
Dates: 1967 April 5
Abstract Carroll Clifton Halterman (1919-2005), Professor of Management and Public Administration at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1965-1990 specialized in management development. As a management consultant, he lectured on training for supervisors and executive development. Carroll C. Halterman's papers primarily cover his management consulting work with businesses and include articles, decals, transparencies, case studies, manuals, checklists, bibliographies, conference...
Abstract Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on September 22, 1966 in Denver, Colorado. The minutes include the report on the Denver Fair Housing Center, cooperation with Colorado Woman's College, a Park Hill conservation plan, and a new philosophy and corresponding programs in city government to keep older neighborhoods from deteriorating. Minutes of the Board of Governors' meeting immediately following the general meeting report the unanimous election of the nominating...
Dates: 1966 September 22
Abstract The University of Denver's Living and Learning Communities (LLCs) are theme-based academic and residential communities that foster relationships and support among like-minded DU students. The collection contains various items and materials related to the programming of the various communities.
Minutes of the Board of Governors Meeting, November 5, 1969 at Park Hill Congregational Church, 26th and Leyden, 1969 November 5
Abstract Minutes of the Board of Governors of the Park Hill Action Committee, North East Park Hill Civic Association (PHAC -NEPCHA) from a meeting held on November 5, 1969 at the Park Hill Congregational Church at 26th and Leyden in Denver, Colorado. Father Rick Kerr, the new Executive Director, was introduced to the board. Additionally, the involvement of churches in the Park Hill area as sponsoring members was discussed.
Dates: 1969 November 5
Abstract Collection contains Special Community Program administrative records from the University of Denver. The special programs include Bridges of the Future and Volunteers in Partnership (VIP).
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract This image depicts four unidentified students from the University of Denver participating in The Park People organization, at an unidentified location, circa 1995. The students are standing against a wood fence, wearing The Park People t-shirts and homemade "DU" bandanas, either around their thigh or head. Two of the students are holding gardening tools and a newly planted tree is inbetween the four of them.
Dates: circa 1995
Abstract The image depicts an unidentified individual, affiliated with the University of Denver, digging a hole in the ground for a volunteer activity, circa 1995.
Dates: circa 1995
Abstract This collection contains newspaper clippings, meeting minutes and annual reports, and various media related to the University of Denver Bridge Project. The Bridge Project is a program run by the Graduate School for Social Work at the University of Denver (DU). It's purpose is to encourage and support at-risk youth from preschool to college.
Dates: 1993 - 2013
Abstract Planned urban communities topic of symposium, speech. Campus leaders talk on bill; voice dislike of voting ‘in toto’. Student Senate will not encourage referendum on reapportionment.
Dates: 1968 February 23