Universities and colleges -- Tennessee.
Found in 348 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists primarily of materials created and acquired by Joseph E. Johnson while he was serving as Executive Assistant to the President of the University of Tennessee. Other items document Johnson's work as Vice President for Development, Chancellor at Memphis and Vice President for Development, and Executive Vice President and Vice President for Development.
This collection houses a receipt dated August 6, 1849 indicating that Joseph Estabrook received $675 in salary and $50 in graduation fees from Joseph L. King, then Treasurer of East Tennessee University.
This collection houses correspondence written by University of Tennessee President Joseph E. Johnson documenting the establishment, funding, and filling of Chairs of Excellence on the University of Tennessee's campuses. Of particular note is correspondence addressed to Al Gore (then serving as Vice President of the United States) about an endowed position in Environmental Studies.
The University of Tennessee's Judaic Studies Program published this newsletter in 2003. It contains information about faculty activities, the Program Director’s activities, invited lecturers, performances, teaching, and public service.
This collection houses the correspondence that Katherine N. High generated in her capacity as Associate Senior Vice President of the University of Tennessee system. Her responsibilities in this position included coordinating student and academic policy, monitoring desegregation efforts, and serving as the University of Tennessee's liaison to the Tennessee Department of Education.
This collection houses a handbook describing the University of Tennessee's Kingsport Graduate Study Program, including information about policies and course offerings.
This collection contains a pin reading Free the Knoxville 22. The Knoxville 22 were a group of University of Tennessee student and non-student protesters opposed to what they considered the improper election of UT President Ed Boling in 1970.
This issue of the Knoxville Magazine (October/November 2006) contains an article evaluating the changes that the lottery scholarship has caused in the University of Tennessee's student body.
This collection contains 10 color slides of the Knoxville Peace Coalition's march through the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus in 1971. This demonstration took place on Cumberland Avenue in front of the Hill and the University Center. Protesters are shown waving American flags and holding various signs.
This collection houses Dean L. R. Hesler’s Phi Beta Kappa key.
This collection houses a land grant from East Tennessee College to the Trustees of land in Shelby County, Tennessee signed by Governor William Carroll in Murfreesboro on January 25, 1825 and an indenture to Trustees (including land in Knoxville) signed by Charles H. McClung on December 16, 1827.
This collection houses a nine volume report and a 16mm motion picture film documenting the University of Tennessee's observance of the 100th anniversary of land grant colleges in the United States in 1961-1962.
This collection houses correspondence and legal notes documenting the lawsuit that Nancy Van de Vate brought against the University of Tennessee alleging discriminatory hiring practices.
This collection houses departmental committee records, information about honor societies, syllabi and exams, scholarly publications, and other materials documenting University of Tennessee Professor LeRoy Graf and the Department of History.
This collection houses special reports prepared by University of Tennessee Treasurer James Comfort documenting library fund expenditures in 1900.
These five volumes list the theses and dissertations received by the Library between 1944 and 1966.
This collection houses a number of long range plans created by the University of Tennessee, including a ten-year plan for the School of Planning, University long-range plans from 1980, University five-year plans from 1990 and 1994, and a guide to University benefits for employees published in 1994.
This collection houses the music and lyrics for a 1930 march entitled Loyalty to Tennessee by Ernest Jackson.
This collection contains patron lists, administrative files, and items showing the Online Library Information System (OLIS) documenting the University of Tennessee's Map Library.