RG. University of Northern Colorado Records (University Archives)
Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:
The University of Northern Colorado started with seven faculty members in 1890. Collection includes lists of faculty, administrators, and trustees, including department chairs, graduate and teaching assistants, and new and departing faculty members.
This collection consists of photographs of the 1964 Faculty Council, 1966-1967 Faculty Senate, individual faculty members, and three contact sheets, and three negative sheets of unidentified faculty members, as well as framed photographs of faculy members Welby Wolfe and William F. Hartman.
The collection contains publications by faculty members at the University of Northern Colorado. It includes published manuscripts, books, reprints, sheet music, galleys, drafts, speeches, and articles from a variety of faculty members in a variety of disciplines.
This collection contains official records relating to the tenure, promotion, and leave recommendations for faulty members.
This collection includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews with UNC faculty members and interviews conducted by Robert Larson during development of his book Shaping Educational Change.
This collection contains faculty and administrator sabbatical requests and reports.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the University of Northern Colorado's faculty and administration, including deans and board of trustees.
This collection consists of materials relating to the history and activities of the University of Northern Colorado Foundation.
The University of Northern Colorado Office of Greek Life oversaw Panhellenic, fraternity, and sorority activities. Collection includes clippings, event flyers, rush programs, photographs, Greek life policy manuals, awards, newsletters, and individual fraternity and sorority files.
Consists of several sets of records relating to the Friends of the University of Northern Colorado Library including meeting minutes, membership lists, bylaws, and programs.