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Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:
Rice University Academic Affairs Committee Records
Identifier: UA 138
Overview Minutes and correspondence documenting the regular business of the Rice University Academic Affairs Committee.
Rice University Ad Hoc Committee on the Honor Code records
Identifier: UA 348
Abstract Records and reports of the committees and people who took part in the revision of Rice University's Honor Code over the years.
Dates: 1971 - 2004
Rice University Anthropology Department records
Identifier: UA 234
Abstract These administrative files of the Rice University Anthropology Department reflect the daily business of the department, including correspondence, conference papers/articles/publications, CVs, research/travel funding requests, student evaluations, hiring and promotional materials, and personnel information. In addition, materials on anthropology syllabi and courses offered are included. This material begins in the 1950s and continues through 2007.
Dates: 1957 - 2007
Rice University athletic records
Identifier: UA 155
Overview These records reflect the administrative activities of the Rice Athletics Department and the activities of varsity athletics. Administrative records include materials such as historical, eligibility, scholarship, and participation reports, Southwest Conference meeting minutes, Student Athletic Committee records, media guides, and NCAA scorebooks. Records arranged by sport include rosters, injury reports, statistics, notes, scores, and Letterman Awards. Graphic materials arranged by format and...
Dates: 1912 - 2010
Rice University Biochemistry Department records
Identifier: UA 141
Overview Biochemistry Department files documenting the daily business of the department, including records of seminars, faculty members’ grants, department brochures, budget files, and more. Faculty members represented include but are not limited to Kathleen Beckingham, George N. Bennett, Janet Braam, Susan Gibson, Raymon M. Glantz, Richard H. Gomer, Michael Gustin, Kathleen S. Matthews, John S. Olson, Graham A. Palmer, George N. Phillips, Jr., and Michael Stern.
Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) early administrative and planning records
Identifier: UA 218
Overview Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) early administrative and planning records consists of planning materials related to the construction and design of the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) renamed the BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC). The bulk of the material dates from 2006-2007.
Dates: 2005 - 2010
Rice University Campus Business Affairs manager (Russ Pitman) records
Identifier: UA 137
Overview Correspondence from faculty and staff to the manager of Rice University Campus Business Affairs, minutes from various campus business related committees and documents including contracts and licenses.
Rice University Carey Croneis office records (Provost, Acting President, Chancellor)
Identifier: UA 093
Overview These records reflect the business conducted in the offices of Rice University Provost, (Acting) President, and Chancellor during Dr. Croneis' tenure in those positions, 1954-1970. Materials include correspondence, reports, and newsclippings pertaining to a wide variety of university activities. Records are arranged alphabetically according to folder titles assigned in the respective offices from which they came.
Dates: 1950 - 1972
Rice University Committee on Admissions Records
Identifier: UA 179
Abstract: Records pertaining to the Rice University Admissions Committee between 1946 and 1988. Includes admission forms, minutes, memos, reports, and correspondence.
Dates: 1946 - 1988
Rice University Committee on Applied Mathematics and Systems Research Records
Identifier: UA 159
Overview Collection includes information from the Rice University Committee on Applied Mathematics and Systems Research. It includes minutes and memoranda, information on laboratory facilities, employment records, National Science Foundation grant reports, budget and financial issues, and an assessment of a computer program.