ASC/A/A1. Academic Departments and Programs (General Material)
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
African-American and African Studies Department Records date from 1970-1991 and document the history and activities of this unit at Mount Holyoke College. Materials include reports, articles, press releases, and announcements primarily concerning the creation and early years of the Department (1970-1973).
The American Studies Program Records contain annual reports from 1974 to 1993, as well as a report to the Trustees and two articles about the program.
The records of the Mount Holyoke College Anthropology Department consist of correspondence, reports, lecture series announcements, course outlines and syllabi, book lists, and photographs.
The Asian Studies Program records contain articles, posters, a sponsorship request, and annual reports dating from 1979 to the present.
The Astronomy Department records consist of correspondence, telegrams, reports, financial records, ledger books, log books, documentation of observations and astronomical measurements, charts, star maps, grade books, exams, assignments, teaching notes, problem sets, lab work, lecture announcements, fliers, clippings, department histories, and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Biblical History and Literature Department records contain a play program; photocopied pages of the Llamarada including faculty profiles; a photocopied newspaper clipping; and review questions and examinations used in courses.
The Biochemistry Program Records date from1974 to the present and contain a pamphlet, a poster, an article, and annual reports.
The Mount Holyoke College Biological Sciences Department records contain articles; newspaper clippings; brochures; announcements; reports; correspondence; memoranda; press releases; examinations; blueprints; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Botany Department Records contain correspondence; a photocopied page from the "Llamarada;" newspaper clippings; reports; a journal; a grade book; course descriptions; examinations; and photographs.
Consist of reports, correspondence, minutes and agenda, course records, research records, subject files, questionnaires, records concerning programs and events, historical sketches, brochures, announcements, lists, films, lantern slides, glass slides, and photographs documenting the Department's history, administration and activities from 1890 to the present.
The Mount Holyoke College Classics Department Records contain lists; newspaper clippings; advertisements; play programs and scripts; brochures; scrapbooks; press releases; reports; and photographs.
Computer Science Department Records consist of annual reports (1992-1994) discussing course offerings, finances, and staffing.
Records for the Critical Social Thought Program date from 1995-1996 and consist of two articles and an announcement relating to the program.
The Mount Holyoke College Dance Department Records contain programs; advertisements; calendars; brochures; newspaper clippings; a videocassette; reports; and photographs.
Department of Physical Education records date from 1863 to the present and reflect Mount Holyoke's long history of providing students with opportunities for exercise and participation in athletics and dance. Materials consist of reports, minutes, subject files, course records, publications, announcements, press releases, scrapbooks, schedules, and photographs in several different formats.
The Mount Holyoke College Economics Department records contain correspondence; reports, 1912- 1991; announcements; departmental publications on economic topics and the Mount Holyoke economics program, 1939-1947; news clippings, press releases and brochures; a departmental history; honors papers of students; examinations (1946-1966), course outlines and syllabi; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Education Department Records consist of newspaper clippings; a photocopied page from the "Llamarada;" brochures; articles; advertisements; a survey; correspondence; proposals; reports; syllabi; examinations; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College English Department Records contain correspondence; meeting minutes; meeting agenda; reports; proposals; newspaper clippings; memoranda; a poem; announcements; notices; outlines; photocopied pages of the Llamarada; press releases; questionnaires; schedules of events; brochures; articles; flyers; notes; bound volumes; a theme box; programs; lists; evaluation forms; examinations; charts; graphs; syllabi, and photographs.
The Environmental Studies Program records date from 1992 and consist of three articles about the program.
European Studies Program Records consist of annual reports from 1984-1989, 1991, 1993-1994 describing course offerings and events.
Film Studies Program Records consist of a "College Street Journal" article from April 4, 1997 concerning a new video production courses to be offered at Mount Holyoke.
The Mount Holyoke College French Department Records contain newspaper clippings; historical sketches; press releases; flyers; brochures; reports; examinations; play programs; and photographs.
Department of Gender Studies Records primarily concern the Women's Studies Program at Mount Holyoke (predecessor of this department). Materials date from 1984 to the present and consist of reports, student papers, articles, and announcements.
The Mount Holyoke College Geography and Geology Records consist of a page from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; a page from the Course Bulletin; articles; memoranda; some correspondence; proposals; press releases; clippings; brochures; flyers; reports; examinations; an invitation; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College German Language and Literature Department Records consist of photocopied pages from the Llamarada; lists; articles; brochures; reports; examinations; flyers; advertisements; programs; press releases; and photographs.
The Mount Holyoke College Greek Department Records consist of reports; photocopied pages from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; an historical sketch; a booklet; and examinations.
The Mount Holyoke College History Department Records consist of photocopied pages from the Llamarada, the College yearbook; articles; lists; memoranda; charts; notes; press releases; brochures; flyers; newspaper clippings; reports; meeting minutes; correspondence; announcements; questionnaires; surveys; financial records; examinations; syllabi; interview abstracts; student papers; posters; and photographs.
The Intercollegiate Courses/Seminars Records contain articles; memoranda; course descriptions, syllabi, reading lists, handouts, and examinations; glossaries of geographical terms used in courses and at lectures; and lecture series descriptions and schedules.
The Interdepartmental Courses Records contain proposals, course outlines and syllabi, as well as, exams, reports, and newspaper articles about eight interdepartmental courses.