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Economics Department

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Economics Department. Records, 1964-, 1964

 Series
Identifier: RG3-5-6
Scope and Contents This collections consists primarily of course books from the Cornelson Senior Session in Econoics. Each book contains a class schedule, a transcript of the featured lecturer's remarks, and the c.v. of all of that year's lecturers. The collection also contains bound copies of syllabi for Economics 101 and 102 from 1964. The syllabi contain copies of lectures and readings. Other records in the collection include a program from the Cornelson Endowment inauguration in May of 1986, a list of...
Dates: 1964

Omicron Delta Epsilon - Beta Chapter. Records, 1965-

 Sub-Group
Identifier: RG12-39
Scope and Contents The collection consists a of copy of the original constitution and various correspondence from 1963-1966. The Programs file 1966-1996 contains programs for the annual initiation and banquet from those individual years. The speech ODE and the Davidson Student was given by Dr. Louise Nelson at the ODE dinner in 1997 and gives the history of the establishment of the Davidson chapter.
Dates: 1965

President. Rev. Walter Lee Lingle. Records, 1930-1941

 Sub-Group
Identifier: RG2-12
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, dealing with the administration of Davidson College and its relationship the Presbyterian Church of the US. The collection also includes copies of reports from committees and departments. Specific topics relating to the college in the files include the athletic program, the Alumni Association, the Duke Endowment, changes in curriculum, chapel programs, student health services, architects and buildings, the...
Dates: 1930

Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dean of Faculty. Administrative Files, 2017

 Series
Identifier: RG3-1-1
Scope and Contents The files begin during C.K. Brown's administration and continue through Robert Williams. They contain reports, correspondence, minutes, and memoranda relating to all aspects of the Dean's office. Topics include athletics, chapel, alumni, policies relating to faculty appointments, sabbaticals, and tenure, foundations and grants, summer school, exchange programs, church relations, and grading policies. In the C.K. Brown files correspondence relating to the cut system or absence policies can be...
Dates: 2017