Study and teaching (Higher).
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Willard O. Eddy (1908-1993) played a pivotal role in transforming Colorado State University (CSU) from an agricultural college to a university. Eddy taught at CSU beginning in 1937 and later founded CSU's Honors Program and the department of philosophy. This collection consists of Eddy's correspondence, class papers, training manuals, receipts, photographs and ephemera accumulated primarily before his career at CSU.
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 Honors Program at Colorado State University document its establishment from an experimental honors colloquium to a full program supported by the Faculty Council. Materials include planning for the experimental honors colloquium offered in the winter of 1957, lists and descriptions of honors course offered, and the organization of the program.