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The records include minutes, correspondence, and notes of the Academic Freedeom and Tenure Committee.
The records include published copies of the inauguration address Benton presented on September 6, 1871, as classes commenced at the University of Nebraska. The correspondence includes handwritten letters written to Benton's father.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications Records contains administrative and public relations files of the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Files include administrative reports, meeting minutes, accredidation and evaluation reports, clippings about the school and journalism in the state, photographs, and recruitment and PR materials.
The records consists of a report, statements, memorandum and correspondence, and research related to campus protests and unrest.
The records include reports, memos, committee information, and records on nominations for committee work.
This series of records includes alphabetical correspondence from individuals or programs associated with the University.
This record group includes speeches written and presented by Avery during his term as University of Nebraska chancellor along with associated articles. The majority of speeches are those given at the university or in Nebraska, unless otherwise noted.
This correspondence includes letters to and from individuals associated with the University of Nebraska, organized alphabetically by last name.
The records consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, and general human rights materials as well as "The Right to Know - The Closed Hearing of Eddie Chambers" and materials relating to minority affairs and minority and intercultural studies at the University of Nebraska. Items related to the Malone Center, 1969-1972, are also included.
The records include correspondence relating to university administration and activities.
These records include general correspondence related to the university.
This collection includes two reel-to-reel audio tapes of a conversation between John P. McSweeney and R. G. Gustavson, along with the dissertation on Gustavson by McSweeney. This interview may have taken place while Gustavson worked at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
This series of records includes alphabetical correspondence associated with the University of Nebraska.
The collection consists of correspondence with university Senate committees.
This series of records includes speeches given by Chancellor Gustavson while at the University of Nebraska or at other locations, noted where possible.
The collection consists of R.G. Gustavson's correspondence with academic departments and university officials.