UA. Colorado State University Archives
Found in 214 Collections and/or Records:
The Records of the American Indian ABE Teacher and Teacher Aide Training Project document the federally grant-funded initiative at Colorado State University to provide basic adult education to Native American populations in the 1970s. Materials include lists of participants and advisors, publications of specific tribal histories, information on interview techniques, and a lesson plan.
The athletic department was founded in March 1892 as the Athletic Association at the State Agricultural College (now Colorado State University), for the purpose of organizing and encouraging the formation of a football team and other field sports. This collection contains press releases, programs, and brochures.
"Bridges to the Future: American History and Values in Light of 9/11" was a yearlong, statewide initiative, led by Colorado State University and the University of Denver, that brought international speakers and events to challenge and inspire conversations regarding leadership, engagement, and the future of the United States. The collection contains information regarding program planning and events, publications, and press releases.
The Records of the College of Agriculture includes historical information about the college in the form of pamphlets and articles, as well as lab manuals, exam questions, and syllabi from a few courses in agronomy and soils.
The College of Business first began with initial business courses in 1944, followed by a formal business program in 1950. Due to increasing student enrollment, the Department of Business was established in 1957. In 1965, Colorado State University officially created the College of Business. This collection consists of faculty meetings and reports, enrollment data, faculty and summer institute information, and other miscellaneous papers.
The Records of the College of Forestry and Natural Resources documents activities of the college and its faculty. The collection includes brochures, histories, and field notebooks.
The College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University offers courses of study in the biological, physical, and mathematical sciences. The records include materials for a proposal to the National Science Foundation, letters, histories, a semi-annual report, and program reviews.
The Records of the Colorado Department of Education and Colorado Commission on Higher Education consists of materials relating to finances, student enrollment, teaching, research, reports, and planning regarding institutions of higher education in Colorado, specifically Colorado State University.
The Records of the Colorado School of Agriculture document the secondary school established at Colorado Agricultural College in 1909, which provided practical agricultural instruction to students across Colorado. The collection contains published histories, programs, brochures, reports to the Dean, and a photo composite of the first graduating class in 1912.