Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes UNO and non-UNO VHS tapes and a variety of reports about Shizuoka University in Japan.
Artificial collection of binders and booklets originating from different various departments within the University of Nebraska at Omaha. They date from about 1970 through about 2006 and cover a wide variety of topics.
Nathan Associates evaluated and prepared three sets of 5-year national economic plans in Afghanistan in 1961-1976. The firm also helped to coordinate national policies as part of its advisory role. The records of Nathan Associates span a variety of fields including industry, agriculture, and banking and include correspondence, financial documents, reports, meeting notes, and related material.
The papers of Richard Newell include material related to his areas of research interest in Afghan studies. Newell was an historian and a representative of the Asia Foundation in Kabul, Afghanistan in the mid-20th century. The collection includes correspondence, reports, presentations, briefing papers, and related material.
U.S. government documents produced by the Office of Price Administration, 1941-1947, during and immdiately after World War II. Some of the government reports are jointly issued with the Office of War Information. Also included are scattered correspondence and other material from the Omaha District Office.
Records and correspondence of the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education Conceptual Framework Committee Report, which operated from 2006 to 2007. These records consist of one three-ring binder gathered and organized by David Conway, who served as chair of the committee. The output of the committee's work, according to a memo from David Conway, was "the creation of a Conceptual Framework for the college and for preparing professional educators."
The papers of Prof. Wayne Glidden document his research and work on Afghan refugees, education in Afghanistan, education of Afghan refugees and related topics in the 1970s-1988. The collection includes correspondence, Glidden's notes, presentations, writing, and monthly reports he prepared and contributed to for the USAID team. Glidden worked at Kabul University in the 1970s and worked on issues related to education for Afghan refugees in the 1980s.