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Black Studies at Davidson, 1972 (2 folders)

Identifier: RG03-01-01

Scope and Contents

From the Series:

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 found in the A folder along with correspondence from the Office of Price Stablization. In the Personal folders is correspondence referring to Davidson's policies on women students as well as the Dean's response to a student publication critiquing the college. In the Currie and Hi-Hu folders is additional material on cooperative engineering education programs, often referred to as the 3-2 Plan. The Haa-Har file contains information on the Good Housekeeping ranking of colleges. The M file contains a listing of the duties of the Dean as well as J. Rupert McGregor's report on Davidson in Medicine. The N-O file contains an article on North Carolina transportation written by Brown while the T file contains correspondence on the Davidson Economics Department and a defense of economic theories. Correspondence in the W file discusses policies relating to faculty children attending Davidson, particularly faculty daughters. The Faculty Information files contain surveys completed by faculty members giving basic biographical information.


  • Creation: Majority of material found within 1944 - 2017



From the Series: 34.00 boxes_oversize (34 boxes + oversize )


From the Series: English