Rice University. Office of the President
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 061
Abstract: The records reflect the activities of the Rice University Commission on Women (RUCOW). The collection spans almost 20 years and consists of materials associated with the Commission's work including task force reports that summarize the state of women's affairs at Rice (benefits, salary, promotion, child care, campus climate and visibility), surveys, memoranda, campus controversies, internal correspondence, and a collection of scholarly articles concerned with women's issues in academia.
Dates: 1985 - 2003
Identifier: UA 117
Overview Correspondence, memos, schedules, etc. generated by the Presidential Inaugural Committee planning the Inauguration of Norman Hackerman as the fourth president of Rice University on September 24, 1971.
Identifier: UA 116
Overview Invitations, programs, correspondence, testimonials and general information related to the inauguration of Rice University's second president, William Vermillion Houston, on April 10, 1947. This material was created and maintained by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Identifier: UA 274
Overview The collection consists of examples of Christmas and/or New Year’s cards sent by the six presidents of Rice University. Years of the more recent presidents are more fully represented than those of the early ones.
Dates: 1914 - 2008
Identifier: UA 085
Abstract: These records reflect the daily business of the Rice University President's Office, during the tenure of Rice's second president, physicist William Vermillion Houston, and date from 1946-1960. Formats include correspondence, reports, memos, notes, newsclippings, and speeches.
Dates: 1946 - 1960
Identifier: UA 100
Abstract: The papers of Rice University's sixth president, Malcolm Gillis, reflect the daily business of the the president's office during the years 1993-2004, and include correspondence, memos, notes, drafts, memos related to on and off campus departments and groups. Subjects include a comprehensive strategic plan; an extensive fundraising campaign; development of an extensive building program; biggest expansion of Humanities facilities to date; increased international presence through such programs as...
Dates: 1993 - 2004