Scope and Contents
The records reflect the annual alumni events overseen by the Alumni Affairs office between the years of 1992 and 2012 and supervised by Jennifer Harding, Director of Reunion Programs and Special Events.
The collection consists of twenty-seven objects found in August 1996 at a site on the Rice University campus that was being prepared for construction of the Baker Institute building. The conclusion of a professional archaeologist is that the items are residue from an early incinerator pit. There are sixteen glass items, six ceramic, and five metal ones.
In 1971 Sewall Hall was constructed making space available for a permanent art gallery at Rice University referred to as the Sewall Gallery and later as Rice University Art Gallery. These records reflect the exhibitions held there and related administrative functions.
Correspondence, news clippings, contracts, speeches, reports, minutes, and other types of documents used in conducting the business of the President’s Office from the Assistant to the President, Mark Scheid 1999-2006.
This collection contains records regarding the travels, expenses, and applications created by the Associate Provost between 1997 and 2004. These include information on travels of the Associate Provost and members of the Office, records of travel and other expenses, and applications to Rice's Institute for Recruitment of Teachers (IRT).