George Washington University
Found in 168 Collections and/or Records:
The mission of the Academic Publications office is to edit university publications such as the University Bulletin. Materials for this collection include dissertation abstracts, commencement programs (including the Law and Medical School), class schedules, University Bulletins, degrees conferred, President Carroll inauguration, Law School centennial and special convocations, stylistic guidelines, and master course and program data forms. The material ranges in date from 1943 to 2004.
Collection contains course notes taken by Allen Hawkins in the Medical School specific to Physiology, Pathology, Cardiology, and Neurology. These materials date from 1985-86.
Collection includes scrapbooks, papers, diplomas, newspapers, textiles, and memorabilia from various sources associated with alumni of the University.
Collection includes memos, syllabi, course descriptions, student papers, reports, by-laws, correspondence, meeting minutes, comprehensive exams, and newsletters.
Materials in this collection include diaries, articles (in English and Hebrew), books, posters, photographs, newspapers, correspondence, and manuscripts. They range in date from 1941-1965.
Materials in this collection include articles and reprints written by the Anesthesiology Department. The collection ranges in date from 1950 to 1983.
This series is a collection of reports and "Anthro notes" newsletters. They range in date from 1979 to 1986.
Materials in this collection include publicity materials about the Art Therapy program, formerly an archives vertical file. The materials date from 1972-1982.
The Assistant Dean for Judicial Affairs and Educational Services used to be part of the Dean of Student’s Office of The George Washington University. Materials in this collection include student life committee minutes and constitution, joint committee of faculty and students records, and student court records.
Collection includes class schedules, report for the Commission on the Year 2000, posters, correspondence, meeting minutes, five-year plans, committee files, and audio tapes.
Materials in this collection include media guides, films, brochures, videotapes, uniforms, artifacts, football programs, statistics, magazines, photographs, trophies, newsletters, and news releases. They range in date from 1907-2005, and were transferred to the University Archives by the Director of the Department of Athletics.
This collection contains course catalogs, yearbooks, student grades, course books, photographs, brochures, handbooks, and commencement programs. They range in date from 1925 to 1994.
Collection consists of blankets, a football helmet, an athletic letter, a football, football programs, a pennant from 1957 Sun Bowl game, scrapbooks, photos, cups, and a trophy donated by Bill Ryan. Bill Ryan earned an A.A. degree from George Washington University in 1934 and also served as President of Colonials, Inc. athletic booster club in 1956-1957.
Materials in this collection include records of the various departments, including meeting minutes from the Department of Biology. They range in date from 1937-79.
Collection include meeting minutes (original and microfilm), correspondence, charters and by-laws, committee files, and congressional documents relating to the University.
The materials in this collection consist of Continuing Education for Women Program publications and correspondence; Publication samples, advertisements, and press clippings; Continuing Education for Women Program brochures, articles, history, course schedules, and programs; Legal Assistant Program special events and office files; and American Bar Association annual reports and correspondence related to the Legal Assistant Program.
The Center for Washington Area Studies (CWAS) is a multi-disciplinary university-wide research center whose purpose is to encourage, promote and engage in research related to Washington, D.C. and surrounding region. This collection includes publications produced by the Center for Washington Area Studies. The materials range from 1975 to 1992 and include various topics and people in and about the Washington, D.C. area.
Book of stock receipts with canceled stock attached. See certificate 15149 for The George Washington University.
Collection includes computer programming materials developed at GW between 1966 and 1980. It also contains Educational Computing Technology Workshop materials, TMIS Training Program Modules, Medical Computer Programming for Patients and other items such as a Chi-Square, Data Red, Deeds, MLS, Paired T-Test, Plot 12A, Rankcorr, Dersim Notebook, Orcon/S2632, POMR, Pharmacokinetics, Drug-Receptor Interactions and Regresso, Serdis, T-Test, Variance.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, pamphlets and a syllabus. They range in date from 1893-1983.
Collection includes Cherry Tree yearbooks, photographs from the Cherry Tree of buildings, students groups, events, clubs, departments, presidents, etc.
Collection includes "Arts and Sciences" newsletter, photographs, exhibits, alumni reunion weekends and homecoming materials.
This collection includes annual reports, statistics, correspondence, memos, dean's files, department and program files, dissertation lists, meeting minutes, and brochures.
Collection includes scrapbooks, reports, correspondence, member lists, constitution and by-laws, photographs, and meeting minutes.
Materials in this collection include a history of the department, reports, By-Laws, lectures, publications, plaques, negatives and other materials. The collection covers the years 1969-97.
Collection contains brochures and videotapes.
Collection contains manuscript and typescript poems, journal fragments, lecture notes, and writings by Courtland Baker, in addition to correspondence to Catherine Cate Coblentz regarding the publishing of The Sheering Precipice, a collection of Baker's poems brought together after his death.
Collection include books, correspondence, articles, scrapbooks, notes, travelogues and a cap and gown of David S. Brown, who was Professor Emeritus of Management in the School of Government and business administration and program director for 31 years. The materials range in date from 1915-89.