UConn. University of Connecticut History
Found in 189 Collections and/or Records:
John Colton Greene (b. 1917) was a Professor of History at the University of Connecticut from 1967 until his retirement twenty years later. His research interests included history of evolutionary ideas in Western thought, early American science, and the historical relations of science, religion, and world view.
The Charles G. Hall Papers contain correspondence, diaries, family papers, scrapbooks, photographs, publications, and other papers, relating to Hall's personal life, student days at Connecticut Agricultural College, activities as doorkeeper of Connecticut House of Representatives, state politics, events at University of Connecticut, and family affairs.
The Joan Joffe Hall Papers include notebooks, correspondence, literary manuscripts, and professional papers of poet and educator Joan Joffe Hall. Hall taught at the University of Connecticut with a joint appointment in English and Women's Studies for forty years, beginning in 1963. Nationally renowned for her poetry and prose, she has published several collections of her work.
The project lasted five years and was officially titled “Work Simplification in the Area of Child Care for Physically Handicapped Women”. The main work of the project took place between 1955 and 1960.
Materials collected by Eleanor Herrmann, Professor of Nursing at the University of Connecticut, regarding the history of nursing.
The collection contains the research and publications of Evan Hill, journalism professor, and head of the journbalism department, at the University of Connecticut from 1965 to 1984.
The collection contains the administrative records of Dr. A. William Hoglund, Professor of History at the University of Connecticut from 1961 until his retirement in 1997.
This collection comprises a variety of 19th century photographs including albumen prints, cyanotypes, tintypes, stereographs, cartes-de-visite and cabinet cards.
In 1906, Lena H. Hurlburt (Class of 1908) became the first woman on the student newspaper editorial board (Class notes editor). The collection contains 3 small photograph albums documenting campus life and activities and one volume documenting her work as a teacher (1909-1910).
Walter Ihrke, a composer and musician, served as Head of the Music Ddepartment at the University of Connecticut from 1949-1965. The collection contains scores and recordings as well as correspondence, publications and documentation of Ihrke's "Automated Musical Training" ["Ihrke Method"].
Experimental College (undated) [Let us help you Kiss the Future] Racism at UConn Continuing Crisis at UConn: A White Paper Memoranda and statements [Inner College]
Chester D. Jarvis (1876-1948) was a horticulturist who worked at the Connecticut Agricultural College from 1906 to 1915. The collection contains his professional correspondence.
The collection consists of a small number of materials documenting the career of Louise Teich Johnson (UConn Class of 1936) who taught in the School of Home Economics for 25 years.
The professional papers of Clyde Jones, faculty member in the School of Family Studies (Home Economics) at the University of Connecticut from 1961 to 1985.
The Lewis Katz Papers contain administrative documentation of his work as a Professor of Chemistry (1952-1988) and Vice President of Academic Affairs (circa 1981-1988) at the University of Connecticut, as well as his service on multiple University, College and Departmental committees.
Wilma Belknap Keyes was an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut School of Home Economics from 1938-1963. During her tenure she developed and taught over 20 new art courses and saw the beginning of the School of Fine Arts as a distinct department from the School of Home Economics.
The collection contains the professional papers of Edward A. Khairallah, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, at the University of Connecticut.
The collection contains materials associated with Irene and Merle Klinck. Mr. Klinck was employed as an Instructor, Farm Machinery beginning in 1918. By 1943, Klinck was an Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Acting Department Head.
The collection contains the professional papers of Dr. Ladd, professor of political science and director of the Roper Center at the University of Connecticut.
Correspondence, minutes, studies, reports, syllabi, examinations, newsletters and other administrative materials associated with Dr. Lamb's tenure at the University of Connecticut.
Mr. George H. Lamson, Jr. was a faculty member at Connecticut Agricultural College for over twenty-five years. Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Lamson became the Dean of the Division of Arts and Sciences until his death in 1931. He is best known for his research on parasitic insects.
publications, ephemera, photographs, clippings, digital files and other materials collected by Luane Lange (2019-0023) to document Cooperative Extension history and activities in Connecticut.
As Connecticut's state university and its land-grant college, the University of Connecticut's history has largely been shaped by its relationships with the state and federal governments. The present collection is intended to bring together the state and federal legislation and the judicial cases, which have defined those relationships, together with contemporary discussions of these matters.
The collection contains musical scores arranged and drills designed for the University of Connecticut Marching Band by David Maker.
Maps, drawings and blueprints of University property.