Universities and colleges -- Tennessee.
Found in 348 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses a list of music courses offered by the University of Tennessee's Department of Fine Arts in 1947.
This collection consists of winter and fall course packets for the University of Tennessee's Department of History dating from 1973 to 1974 and from 1976 to 1979. These packets consist of a list of upper division courses offered, including the course number, title, period, synopsis, professor, and time.
The University of Tennessee's Department of History published this newsletter, entitled Footnotes, in the fall of 2004. It includes an interview with Professor Thomas Burman about his book on reading the Koran in Latin Christendom and an article about Professor Bruce Wheeler's retirement in addition to information about faculty awards, research, and alumni.
The University of Tennessee's Department of History conducted this self-evaluation of its Doctor of Philosophy program in 1975. Among the topics discussed are faculty publications and awards, data on recruitment and financial assistance of graduate students, admission procedures, degree requirements, and the department's future plans and aspirations. The appendices include faculty vitas and lists of doctoral graduates from 1965 to 1976.
The University of Tennessee's Department of Nuclear Engineering completed this self-study in 2007.
This commemorative program celebrates the 50th anniversary of the University of Tennessee's Development Council.
This collection houses a phony dollar dated November 5, 1968 promoting civil rights activist Dick Gregory for President and Mark Lane for Vice President. These souvenirs were handed out to students when Gregory spoke at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in the winter of 1968-1969.
This set of directions for registering for classes was issued to University of Tennessee students in 1936.
This collection houses e-mails, correspondence, and notes created by Judy Flanagan documenting receptions, dedications, and special events that she organized.
This collection houses e-mails, correspondence, schedules, and notes created by Judy Flanagan documenting receptions, dedications, and special events that she organized.
This collection consists of materials documenting the selection and addition of names to the University of Tennessee's Distinguished Alumni List. It includes submission forms, correspondence, and biographical notes.
Earl Zwingle created this collection of University of Tennessee memorabilia. It includes programs for and tickets to such events as Carnicus, Volunteer Vanities, and Aloha Oe, two ballots for All Student's Club elections, and newspaper articles documenting alumni events. The collection also houses several letters to and from Earl Zwingle, Milton Klein, and former University of Tennessee President Joseph Johnson.
This collection houses a series of papers circulated among the University of Tennessee faculty between 1893 and 1905. A large portion of the material consists of correspondence between faculty members and various students requesting course substitutions or more time to complete their degrees. Also included are the minutes of numerous faculty meetings.
This collection consists of a daybook and a ledger documenting East Tennessee College (later East Tennessee University). The daybook covers the years 1843 to 1869 while the ledger shows 1829 to 1858.
This collection houses a program and a final report documenting the East Tennessee Holocaust Conference, which was held in the University Center from April 1-3, 2001. The program contains a schedule of events and the final report includes short summaries of the effectiveness of the events as well as information on such topics as facilities and publicity.
This collection houses an unused East Tennessee University Board of Trustees Ballot from 1877.
This collection contains correspondence written by Emerson H. Fly in his capacity of Vice President of Business and Finance for the University of Tennessee system. Among the subjects discussed are retirement plans for employees, budgetary planning, and university fiscal policies.
The University of Tennessee's Employee and Organizational Development program printed these newsletters, entitled Training Pages, between 2006 and 2007. They are composed primarily of information about upcoming professional development classes.
This collection houses materials documenting Joseph E. Johnson's service as the University of Tennessee's Executive Vice President and Vice President for Development, including items showing the Space Institute, the Saturn Corporation, Whittle Scholars, facilities planning, and development.