University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Found in 284 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses records documenting the activities of the University of Tennessee's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi between 1947 and 1989.
This collection houses publications and programs documenting the Philomathesian and Chi-Delta Literary Societies at the University of Tennessee from 1850 to 1899. This material includes a copy of the Chi-Delta Crescent (1882), a copy of the Philo Star (1883), the bylaws of the Philomathesian Society (1899), a theater program (1891), and an anniversary program (1850).
This collection houses two issues of the Phoenix, a student-created magazine containing poetry, short stories, photographs, drawings, and other art.
This collection houses fourteen student poems that were entered into a 1940 poetry contest at the University of Tennessee.
This collection contains a postcard published by Knoxville-based Standard News Co., titled "Areoplane view, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.--49". The aerial view shows the Hill circa the 1930s.
This one-page flyer advertises the University of Tennessee’s Professional Development Conference for Women and includes brief descriptions of seminars and guest speakers.
This collection houses a report on the state of Tennessee’s efforts to comply with Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. The document includes budget information and narratives, summaries, and evaluations of such projects as assistance in housing, consumer education, and developing leadership skills completed during the 1973 fiscal year.
This collection houses program reviews, or self-studies, completed by various University of Tennessee departments. They include information about graduate and undergraduate studies, student demography, current faculty, curriculum, and future prospects.
This collection houses a proposal to the Ford Foundation for a grant of $3,960,000 to strengthen graduate programs in science and engineering at the University of Tennessee in cooperation with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The collection also contains related correspondence and summaries of research in progress at the University. Most of the material was created by Alvin Weinberg, director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
This collection contains a report on practical ways in which the University of Tennessee could benefit the state of Tennessee. Particular attention is paid to such broad topics as creating an interest in culture and promoting literacy. Other items discussed include improving animal husbandry and crop growing and ensuring a safe water supply.
This collection consists primarily of the administrative correspondence that University of Tennessee Provost George W. Wheeler generated during his term in office. Other correspondence shows Wheeler's chairmanship of the Southeastern Universities Research Association's Board of Trustees.
This collection contains scrapbooks and subject files documenting Ralph Frost's work at the University of Tennessee.
This collection houses a variety of materials documenting student activities and organizations at the University of Tennessee between 1838 and 1991.
This collection houses budget information, research proposals, activities summaries, and other materials documenting research centers at the University of Tennessee.
This collection consists primarily of records of the profits, sales, and expenditures of the University of Tennessee's rhenium extraction project. Other materials include research on rhenium and information about a scholarship fund set up for graduate students in the area of rhenium chemistry.
The bulk of these photographs depict the Carnicus events held at the University of Tennessee in 1958 and 1959. Other images show All Sing (1958) and the UT Band.
This collection houses photographs of the University of Tennessee campus dating from approximately the 1950s. The subjects depicted include a parade, Carnicus performances, a mock trial scene, and the front of the Alumni Memorial Building with banners advertising student government candidates.
This collection consists primarily of publications, drafts, correspondence, student papers, reference materials, reel-to-reel tapes, and other documents showing Robert S. Hartman's study of such subjects as profit sharing, philosophy, and axiology. Other materials document his career as a Professor at the University of Tennessee, the University of Mexico, Ohio State University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.