Subject Source: Fast
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of correspondence. There is also membership information, financial records, minutes, the constitution and by-laws of the society, and printed material. The correspondence is from 1925-1940. The majority of the correspondence (1935-1939) is with Dr. John F. Conn, Grand Visor for the fraternity. There is correspondence (1936-1939) with D.H. Howard, a Davidson professor and also Grand Recorder for the fraternity. There is correspondence with the Davidson...
Scope and Contents The Self Study files cover the period 1965 to 1997, with the majority of records being from the 1974 and 1985 Self Studies. The files include minutes of individual committees, reports of offices and departments, background documentation, the final reports to the Southern Association of College and Schools (SACS) and the reports of the Visiting Committees. These files provide information on the state of various departments and campus office and the recommendations made to change them in 1965,...
Scope and Contents Records of the Office of Institutional Research currently housed in the archives include Administrative, Strategic Plan, Self Study and Stuart Scholar files. The Administrative files cover the question of investments in South Africa, the College's Sesquicentennial, and early drafts of the Faculty Handbook (1981-1982). The Strategic Plan files document activities from 1985 to 1998 and include minutes and reports of task forces and committee, including the Priorities Planning Group and copies...
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of correspondence concerning faculty positions at the college and Hepburn's resignation. Materials relating to his resignation include his original letter to the Board and responses from the Board. There is also a receipt for college expenses in 1880.
Dates: 1875 - 1884
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an orginial receipt and copies of letters written by Morrison. The letters discuss the hiring of faculty and the election of Morrison as president of Davidson. The receipt is for James Franklin Stimpson's tuition payment.
Dates: 1836 - 1839
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...
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...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a bound volume of reports from both the AAUP committee and Professional Affairs committee from 1961 to 1986. It also includes examples of the Terms of Employment for Davidson College Faculty, 1961-1972. The reports contain narrative sections and charts with salaries for comparable institutions and comparisons over time. Salary reports post-1987 are housed in the Professional Affairs Committee records (RG 3/1.2.078)