Women -- Education (Higher) -- Colorado
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a national organization that aims to support and encourage women in higher education. Denver has a local city chapter made up of women from all universities in Colorado and beyond. Collection contains meeting minutes and journals.
The Colorado Women's College became a part of the University of Denver in 1982. The College was focused on providing a specifically women-centered context to its students. Degree-granting programs ceased as of 2015. The collection is comprised of administrative records, program files, Alumni Association records, and documentation related to the construction of the Merle Chambers Center.
Deatt Hudson (1931-1988) was a Professor of English at Colorado Women's College, Denver, Colorado, who earned her B.A. from the University of Denver and an M.A. from Yale University. She earned a second M.A. from Middlebury College. Hudson wrote poetry and short stories. The Deatt Hudson Papers include correspondence, diaries, biographical materials, a baby book, class notes, a yearbook, notebooks, scrapbooks, and photographs.
This collection contains records related to the "Half the Sky Fair," traditionally held yearly at the University of Denver during the Women's Conference, also held at the University of Denver. Currently, the collection holds two banners displayed during the Fair.
Interview with Jane Slusarski-Harris conduted by Sandra Minton.
Interview with Judy Bejarano conducted by Nancy McElroy. Interviews for 2020 Legends of Dance were conducted over Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interview with Letitia Williams conducted by Sandra Minton.