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Emory University.

Faculty and staff organizations collection, 1940-2003

.25 linear feet (1 box)

Collection consists of collocated documents from assorted Emory University faculty and staff organizations, including fliers, newsletters, and membership lists.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University.

Emory University photograph collection, 1860-2003

31 linear ft. (63 boxes), 122 oversize paper folders (OP), and 35 extra oversize paper folders (XOP)

The collection consists of photographs of subjects related to Emory University including Emory University, Emory College, and Emory Junior College at Valdosta campuses, buildings, students, activities and events, administrators, trustees, faculty, and alumni.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University.

Emory University audiovisual collection, 1979-2002

6.75 linear feet (9 boxes)

The Emory University audiovisual collection contains audio and video recordings collected from various sources, documenting events and occasions on campus from 1979 to 2002. This collection includes recordings of award, memorial, and dedication ceremonies; academic lectures and symposia; addresses by Emory presidents, including James T. Laney and William M. Chace; town hall meetings and other addresses by former United States President Jimmy Carter on various topics including human rights and international student exchange programs; general campus events and occasions; as well as media clippings of Emory-related news stories featured in local and national media, including coverage of alleged sexual and racial discrimination and the issue of same-sex marriage ceremonies on campus.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Art History Department.

Art History Department records, 1965-2010

6 linear ft. (13 boxes) and

Collection includes administrative materials, course materials and syllabi, grant related records, planning files, and other records of the Art History Department at Emory University.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Board of Trustees.

Emory University Board of Trustees records, 1914-2010

25.25 linear ft. (55 boxes), 1 oversized paper (OP), and 98 bound volumes (BV)

Records of the Emory University Board of Trustees include meeting minutes; reports to the Board of Trustees from the University President and working committees; and administrative materials including awards, bylaws and charters, clippings, public statements, and membership rosters. Records relate to university finances, campus planning, student life, faculty appointments, and other issues.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Center for Community Partnerships.

Center for Community Partnerships records, 2006-2014

0.25 linear feet (1 box)

Records of the Center for Community Partnership, including research and planning documents and reports.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Dept. of African American Studies.

Department of African American Studies records, 1970-2003

10 linear feet (17 boxes)

The Department of African American Studies was established at Emory University in 2003 from the African American Studies Program, 1992-2003, previously known as the Black Studies Program, 1971-1980; Afro-American and African Studies Program, 1980-1984; and African American and African Studies Program, 1984-1992. Prominent faculty members included Dolores P. Aldridge, the program's first chairperson, and Rudolph P. Byrd. The collection is chiefly the records of the Department of African American Studies' institutional predecessors at Emory University. Records consist of administrative materials, curriculum and course offerings, correspondence, programs and event planning, annual reports and audio-visual materials. There are also materials related to Emory University's affirmative action program, racial inequities at the University, and the recruitment of African American faculty members and students.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Dept. of Biology

Department of Biology records, 1930-2004

4.5 linear ft. (9 boxes) and

The Department of Biology was established at Emory College in 1911, though courses in biology had been taught prior to that. The Department continued to operate the auspices of Emory University after the rechartering of the school in 1914.The collection consists chiefly of the records, 1930-1993, of the Department of Biology at Emory University. The records include administrative materials, meeting minutes, audiovisual materials, newspaper clippings, and subject files. The records also include materials related to special endeavors by Biology Department faculty such as the Emory Herbarium and the Baker Woodlands. Many materials come from Woolford Bales Baker who served as Professor from 1919-1961. Materials relating to William Dudley Burbanck's history of the Department of Biology are also contained within the collection as are materials related to Emory University's chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Dept. of Chemistry.

Department of Chemistry records, 1924-1974

.5 linear ft. (1 box) and

The collection includes a printed material, photographs, correspondence, and other materials to the Department of Chemistry at Emory University.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Dept. of Geology.

Department of Geology records, 1920-1986

11.25 linear ft. (23 boxes) and 2 bound volumes (BV)

The Department of Geology was officially established at Emory University in 1938, chaired by James George Lester. Lester helped established undergraduate and graduate programs in geology as well as a geology field camp for faculty and students in northern Georgia. The Department was closed in 1986 and was absorbed into the Department of Environmental Studies. The Department of Geology records include administrative materials, grant proposals, correspondence, teaching materials, and field books from the department's geology camp. The earliest materials, 1920-1938, are those of department founder James George Lester.

Repository: Emory University Archives

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