Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Newton C. Garbutt (1868-1955) was a member of the class of 1890 at Colorado State Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). The collection consists of notebooks of course lectures from classes Garbutt took as a student at CAC.
The Papers of Anthony A. Frank was transferred from the office of Anthony A. Frank (Tony Frank), President of Colorado State University. Subjects include Colorado State University, CSU Commitment to Colorado, 2014 Lininger Scholarship to Jason Sydoriak, and the fall 2014 Presidential Address and Gala. Document types include reports, notes, press releases, newspaper articles, and clippings, as well as a DVD.
Charles A. Lory (1872-1969) was a professor of electrical engineering and the fifth president of Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). The collection contains both personal and professional papers and includes correspondence and letters, diaries and day planners, financial records, flyers, committee minutes, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Isaac E. Newsom, long time professor of veterinary medicine, administrator, and president of Colorado A&M College. Materials include professional and personal correspondence, meeting minutes, reports of the State Board of Agriculture, and financial information.
Ralph E. Christoffersen was the tenth president of Colorado State University. The collection includes planning documents for his investiture ceremony, gifts from King Saud University, and copies of speeches.
The collection contains the professional papers of Roy M. Green, the sixth president of Colorado A&M. Materials include correspondence, memos and reports from various campus and national committees and councils, budgets, and financial reports.
The Records of Review and Redirection consists of material pertaining to a review of Colorado State University's state funded academic, support, and administrative programs initiated by President Ralph E. Christofferson during his tenure and ceased following his resignation. The collection consists of program reviews and documents at the end of Adrian R. Chamberlain's presidency and during Christofferson's term.
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 Colorado Emeriti Association was founded in 1957 and was open to any retired faculty from the state of Colorado. Many of their members came from Colorado State University, the University of Colorado, the University of Northern Colorado, the University of Denver, and the Colorado School of Mines. Materials include letters, membership lists, reports, and a copy of the group's constitution.
The Faculty Charter Convention Committee was convened in 1975 and charged with revising and reorganizing faculty governance at Colorado State University. The 21-member committee made its final report in 1977. Materials include memos, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, and lists of participants.
Records of the Financial Administration consists of historical financial information about the Colorado A & M College (now Colorado State University) in the form of reports, correspondence, agreements, bond notices, invoices, bills, miscellaneous financial information, photographs, and negatives. Materials were collected from the office of the university's long-time Business Manager Joseph M. Whalley.
The Institute of Environmental Biology was formed at Colorado State University in 1960 to serve as a non-administrative body in a coordinating and advisory capacity to member departments and agencies interested in environmental biology to stimulate a broad and integrated program of teaching and research. Materials include meeting minutes, memos, and copies of the founding constitution.