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The collection consists of minutes and reports from the University Senate Committee on Student Affairs and subcommittees including the Subcommittee on Student Publications, Subcommittee on Social Affairs and Activities, and Subcommittee on Student Publications.
The records consist of incomplete minutes, 1951-1953. Originally known as the Committee on Conduct Appeal, the committee was similar to the Scholastic Appeals Committee.
The collection includes correspondence, a Teaching and Learning Center Handbook for teaching assistant , announcements, and "Teaching at UNL, 1974-2002".
Originally the Board on University Publications, 1941-1959, it became a senate committee in 1959 and merged with the University Studies Committee. The records include reports, minutes, and correspondence.
University Studies merged with University Publications in April 1959. The records include reports and minutes as well as minutes of the Advisory Committee on General Studies (1949).
- Subject: Universities and colleges--Administration X
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty 24
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Chancellor 4
- Convocations 3
- Civil rights 1
- College department heads 1
- College presidents 1
- College students 1
- College teachers 1
- High schools 1
- Human rights 1
- Journalism 1
- Journalism -- Study and teaching 1
- Journalism teachers 1
- Minorities 1
- Protest movements 1
- Universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration 1
- University of Nebraska -- Deans 1
- Women and journalism 1
- official reports 1 + ∧ less
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Academic Senate 17
- Avery, Samuel, 1865-1936 3
- Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications 1
- Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 1
- Benton, Allen R. (Allen Richardson), 1822-1914 1
- Burnett, E. A. (Edgar Albert), 1865-1941 1
- Canfield, James Hulme, 1847-1909 1
- Freedom Forum 1
- Malone Community Center (Lincoln, Neb.) 1
- Norton, Will 1
- Peterson, Wallace 1
- University of Mississippi. Meek School of Journalism and New Media 1
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln. College of Journalism and Mass Communications 1 + ∧ less