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Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. Records, 1971-

Identifier: RG3-9

Scope and Contents

The records include annual reports, committee reports, and publications related to the program. The committee report is an evaluation of the program made in 1973.The publications include brochures and guidebooks. The photograph album documents CIS events from 1993 to 2001. The Frontis Johnston folder contains biographical information, correspondence and an untitled speech on higher education. The Department Review notebook contains information on the college, course descriptions and syllabi, faculty vitae, along with lists of students, budget and facility reports, and research funds.


  • 1971


Biographical / Historical

The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies provides students an opportunity to design specialized majors and to develop independent study courses. The Center also offers courses taught by Davidson faculty with an interdisciplinary focus. Orginally organized as the Honors College in 1968, the Center has also been called the Center for Honors Studies and the Center for Special Studies. The director of the Center, along with an Advisory Committee selects students and plans programming.


4.00 boxes_oversize (4 boxes + oversize)



Physical Location



Mapstand B-5

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transferred from office
Language of description
Script of description

Repository Details

Part of the College Archives Repository