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Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 103
Overview Correspondence, calendars of events, event programs, invitations, agendas, mailing lists, minutes, brochures, testimonials and more related to the celebration of the 2004 inauguration of Rice University's seventh president.
Dates: 2004 - 2006
Identifier: UA 070
Identifier: UA 005
Overview The papers of Rice University's fifth president, George Rupp, reflect the daily business of the the president's office during the years 1985-1993, and include correspondence, memos, notes, drafts, memos related to on and off campus departments and groups. Subjects include the establishment of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, the new music building (Shepherd School of Music), new building for biosciences and bioengineering, revision of the core curriculum, fundrasing, and more.
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
Identifier: UA 028
Abstract This record group includes correspondence and event planning documents from the Student Center Board, as well as the daily business, publicity, meeting minutes, and memorabilia of the Rice Program Council (RPC).
Dates: 1962 - 2014
Identifier: UA 080
Abstract: The Rice Design Alliance, established in 1973, is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to increasing greater public awareness of architecture, design and the environment. These materials represent RDA lectures, seminars, symposiums, exhibits and tours, which have involved the general public in issues related to the design of public spaces, parks, office buildings, retail centers and residential neighborhoods.
Dates: 1972 - 2016
Identifier: UA 097
Identifier: UA 081
Abstract: The Shepherd Society was founded in 1977 to further the cause of music at Rice University and in Houston through scholarship support and promotion of the programs and recognition of the musical talents of teachers and students of the Shepherd School of Music. The records relate to the governing council of the society, meetings and their agendas and minutes, published materials such as programs, announcements and invitations for special concerts and the Madrigal Dinner.
Dates: 1978 - 2003
Identifier: UA 065
Abstract Included are Council minutes and other college business, associate and orientation correspondence and documents, social events, dedication and anniversary files, news clippings, publications, theatrical files, correspondence, and photographs, as well as audio/visual media, posters, and T-shirts. (20 boxes)
Dates: 1968 - 2018
Identifier: MS 831
Overview As part of the Los Angeles Jewish community, Robert Levy interacts with a number of its organizations and institutions. Mostly dated in the early 1930s, Robert Levy’s family papers offer a glimpse of Jewish life in Los Angeles nearly a century ago.
Dates: 1929 - 1993