Carnegie Mellon University--Administration
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This collection contains 7.5 linear feet of papers pertaining to the Board's various activities, 1901-2013 (bulk 1962-1975). From 1903-1959 the Trustees of the University were a subcommittee of the Carnegie Institute Board of Trustees, which included the Carnegie Museum and Public Library as well. In 1959, the Court of Common Pleas granted the Carnegie Institute of Technology a completely separate Board of Trustees. The majority of this collection consists of meeting minutes, reports, and...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1962-1975; 1901-2013
Scope and Contents This collection contains the academic, personal, familial, and professional works of John Patrick Crecine, PhD, stored in 122 archival acid-free boxes. The collection includes publications, lecture materials, business correspondence, computer program designs, teaching materials, letters, E-mail printouts, contracts and administrative reports regarding John Patrick Crecine’s diverse academic, corporate, administrative, and family histories. The collection is divided into 6 Series:...
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1960-2008; 1948-2008
Overview This collection contains the records of the Executive Board, which had the responsibility to publicize and enforce school policies through communication with other campus organizations. The Board had several committees for studying a topic and making recommendations. The papers are primarily comprised of meeting minutes and committee papers.
Scope and Contents note This collection contains the administrative papers of Edward R. Schatz, Ph.D. stored in 20 record center boxes (20 cubic feet). The collection comprises correspondence, memoranda, reports, contracts, proposals, minutes, legal material, publications, speeches, notes, surveys, grants, blueprints, press releases, and data spreadsheets. The papers are arranged into five series reflecting the role and responsibilities of Schatz as a member of the Carnegie Mellon community: Series I. Faculty Member...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1964-1987; 1940-1996
Overview Earle Swank worked at Carnegie Mellon University for 40 years, starting as an English professor and retiring after serving 20 years as Dean of Student Affairs. As Dean of Student Affairs, he saw the University through the socially turbulent 60s and 70s. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, Disciplinary Committee files,publications, and reports.