RG. Record Group
Found in 2314 Collections and/or Records:
Region VI of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
The volleyball records include correspondence and records of the beginnings of competitive volleyball at UNL, media guides, and programs.
The collection consists of materials related to Walter Erbach's work as a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and include course materials in engineering drawing, statistics, descriptive geometry, strength of materials, engineering communication, engineering mechanics, and computer FORTRAN.
The records consist of reports, recommendations, publications, correspondence, and lists of war emergency cases of students who have withdrawn from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
"Water Current" publication from the Nebraska Water Center from 1994-2000.
Water for Food Institute, Records contains publications, programming, schedules, and conference proceedings of the Water for Food Conference. Also included is a Water for Food annual report and a map of Nebraska’s water resources.
The collection includes manuscripts and publications written by Wesley C. Meierhenry, evaluation reports, subject files, and materials collected by Meierhenry for research and reference purposes. Much of the collection relates to the use of technology and media in education.
The collection consists of three photo negatives showing Wesley House members and activities.
The collection consists of building plans and materials related to the dedication of the Westbrook Music Building.
The materials include Chenoweth's published and unpublished scores and parts, musical sketches, and recordings of his compositions, along with two photographs of Chenoweth. In several of the titles for materials the two abbreviations are used. SATB represents a chorus made of soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts, while TTBB represents two tenor parts and two bass parts.
The collection consists of awards banquet programs and newsletters from the UNL Wildlife Club.
The collection consists of William D. Torrence's publications as well as biographical information and news clippings. Information is included about his career, conferences he attended, and his speaking engagements.
This collection contains biographical information about Lagrone, as well as several of his publications concerning Agricultural Economics.
Materials include biographical information on Wayne and copies of his publications.
The collection consists of departmental and general correspondence, subject files, personal, and professional papers of William V. Lambert, Dean of the College of Agriculture. A majority of the materials relate to agriculture extension, research, education, and experimentation as well as departmental operations.