Education, Higher -- Tennessee.
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses the manuscript of a work describing the history of graduate education at the University of Tennessee from 1821 to 1988 written by Diana Lopez and published in 1990. This document contains the editorial marks of Milton Klein, University Historian and Professor of History.
This timetable shows the classes being offered at the University of Tennessee during the Spring 2004 semester.
This collection houses a wide variety of records documenting the activities of the Undergraduate and Graduate Councils at the University of Tennessee between 1911 and 1989. The earliest records were created by the two Councils' predecessors. Although the most frequently discussed programs are part of the College of Liberal Arts, other courses are documented as well.
This collection houses meeting agendas and minutes documenting the activities of the University of Tennessee's Undergraduate Council from 1973 to 1991.
This collection houses newspaper articles, press releases, correspondence, and brochures documenting various departments and programs at the University of Tennessee.
This collection houses a series of Vignettes produced by the University Historian's Office and printed in various campus publications. Each vignette constitutes a short article discussing an aspect of University of Tennessee history, for example past presidents, notable faculty, buildings, and student perspectives. Each folder contains draft and final copies of a single Vignette in addition to the research materials used to write it.
This collection houses a postcard depicting the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) College of Agriculture, dated 1909. It advertises two-week courses for farmers in such subjects as livestock, horticulture, and soils, and has photographs of the agriculture campus and classes.
This collection houses two faculty handbooks, two faculty evaluation manuals, and a study of wage labor on the University of Tennessee campus.
This collection houses lists of graduates, newspaper articles, proposals for new programs (including Philosophy and Planning), press releases, and other materials documenting the University of Tennessee's Graduate School.
This collection houses correspondence, legal documents, publications, and other materials documenting the University of Tennessee, Nashville from 1962 to 1980. Of particular interest are the items showing the accusations of segregation and subsequent merger with Tennessee State University.
The Visual Arts Committee produced this brochure to promote art displays in the University Center concourse and visiting artist lectures scheduled during the 1999-2000 academic year.