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Collection — Container: WSU Small Processed Collections: Box 2, Folder: 3
Abstract This collection consists of the records of Hazel E. Graham, a member of the Quarter System Ad Hoc Committee from the College of Education. The goal of the committee was to gather and present data to the Faculty Council, regarding the possibility of shifting from the traditional semester to the quarter system.
Abstract This collection consists of records generated by Wayne State University’s Admissions and Registrar’s Office between 1935-1971.
Abstract This collection consists of newsletters, reports, and brochures produced by the predecessor units of the Wayne State University School of Library and Information Science. The predecessor units are the College of Education Division of Library Science; the College of Education Department of Library Science; the Library Science Program; and the Library and Information Science Program.
Abstract The Wayne State University School of Medicine Business Office Records consist of reports, memoranda, nominations for appointments, curricula vitae and resumes, studies, personnel lists, and faculty lists.
Abstract The newsletter News Notes was published by the Wayne State University School of Medicine Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, beginning in 1962. The newsletter provided information about the research activities of the department's faculty members and students; it was compiled by Walter H. Seegers, chairman of the department. After a departmental reorganization in 1971, the Department of Physiology continued to produce News Notes until shortly after Seegers's 1980 retirement.
Abstract Dr. Alexander J. Walt served as chief of surgery at Detroit Receiving Hospital and Harper Hospital from 1965 to 1988. Dr. Walt served as the Penberthy Professor and was chairman of the Department of Surgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine from 1966-1988, and served as associate dean from 1965-1970. Dr. Alexander J. Walt was named Distinguished Professor of Surgery at Wayne State University in 1990. Dr. Walt died in 1996.
Abstract This collection contains files created by the Wayne State University School of Information. The records consist primarily of biographical files of Medicine faculty and photographs; also included is a collection of audiovisual material. Biographical files contain resumes, reports, newspaper and magazine clippings, grant proposals, correspondence, publications, and research applications. Photographic materials include photographs, negatives, slides, and electronic media. Audiovisual formats...
Abstract The Occupational Therapy Curriculum was started at Wayne University in September 1944. Dr. John Lee of the Department of Special Education, the initial adviser in this program, submitted a curriculum which was given temporary approval by the Council of Medical Education of the American Medical Association. In February 1945, Barbara Jewett, O.T.R., joined the faculty as an assistant professor. This was a cooperative arrangement with the Detroit Orthopedic Clinic where she served as a consultant...
Abstract The Wayne State University School of Medicine had four important forerunners: Detroit MedicalCollege (1868-1885), Michigan College of Medicine (1879-1885), Detroit College of Medicine (1885-1913), and Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery (1913-1933). The collection consists of photograph prints and negatives of Wayne State University School of Medicine staff, students, and buildings. Photographs of staff and students are posed yearbook and identification photographs. Building photographs...
Abstract Illustrated first-year student directories produced by the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Each directory lists the administrative faculty and department chairs in addition to photographs and short biographies of each year's starting class of students.
Abstract This school began in 1944. Its purpose was to develop a program in the field of occupational health and medicine that would include research, service and education. The center of interest focused on the promotion and maintenance of employee health. Its 3 main concerns covered technology, human relationships in industry and administration of occupational health programs.
Abstract The School of Social Work was first established at Wayne University in 1936. Charles B. Brink was appointed as dean in 1950, serving from 1951 to 1963. The period 1950-1963 in the School of Social Work was characterized by consolidation and slow but steady growth. In 1964, Sidney Dillick succeeded Brink as Dean of the School of Social Work. The Dillick years, 1964-1981, were a period of rapid growth in size, curriculum, and organization in the school, spurred by student enrollment and federal...
Abstract This series consists of issues of The South End, the Wayne State University student newspaper. Issues prior to 1998 are bound; subsequent issues are unbound. Inventory is available for September 1998-Summer 2019 publications.
Abstract The department responsible for overseeing the functions (i.e. activation/de-activation, recruitment, membership eligibility and activities) of student organizations throughout the history of Wayne State University has operated under the following names: Student Activities, Student Activities Office, Division of Student Personnel-Student Activities, Division of Student Activities Service Office, Division of Student Personnel-Office of Student Organizations, Division of Student Personnel-Director...
Abstract The Wayne State University Student-Faculty Council served as a policy recommending body, and offered students a voice in university government. The organization recommended policies concerning student activities and student welfare to University President Clarence Hilberry. The three main issues at this time were the affairs of the Student Activities Council, addressing concerns students brought to the Council, and protecting students against arbitrary action by faculty or administrators. The...
Abstract This collection includes student handbooks for Detroit Junior College (1921); Detroit Teachers College (1923, 1927); College of the City of Detroit (1923-1928); Detroit City College (1930); Detroit Municipal Colleges (1931-1933); Wayne University (1934-1947) and Wayne State University (1968-2000, non-inclusive); Wayne University College of Medicine (1937-1952, non-inclusive); Wayne State University College of Medicine (1961); Wayne State University School of Medicine (1971-1997, non-inclusive);...
Abstract "The Collegian," the student-run newspaper of Detroit Junior College at Central High, published its first edition on March 6, 1918. At first a semi-monthly paper that printed mostly literary works, by 1922 the paper had become a weekly publication and its focus shifted to news. The paper changed its name in 1924 to "The Detroit Collegian," which reflected the school’s name change to the College of the City of Detroit. The paper underwent three further name changes: in 1953, the name changed to...
Abstract The Detroit Board of Education established the University Council in 1933 in order to facilitate the participation of university faculty in overall planning. The University Council was largely ineffectual until 1939 when it was reorganized under the direction of Vice President David Henry. In 1945, Henry, now President of Wayne University, authorized the University Council to pass judgement in the following areas: "changes in the scope of the University's work, such as the formation of a new...
Abstract These papers chronicle the activities of the University Relations offices. Subjects covered deal generally with Detroit and Michigan; specifically, the collection contains information regarding the Michigan Legislature, the School of Medicine, and the United States Bicentennial for the period 1936-1976. The Wayne State Centennial files cover the time period 1963-1968. WSU Athletics are represented for the period 1940-1977.
Wayne State University University Services and Development Vice President William E. Stirton Records
Abstract These papers include Mr. Stirton’s files as Vice President, his files as Assistant to the President and Director of the Division of Community Relations. Some of the files of John Richards, Stirton’s predecessor as Assistant to the President are included in the collection.Mr. Stirton began as a member of Cass Technical High School faculty in 1925. He accepted the position of principal at Cass Tech in 1946. William Stirton held a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a...
Abstract The Wayne State University Vertical Files Collection is comprised of newspaper clippings, articles, pamphlets, public relations materials, and other ephemera related to the Walter Reuther Library's Wayne State University collections.
Abstract James McCormick joined the Wayne State University faculty in 1938 as an instructor of English and was promoted to full-time professor of English shortly afterward. From 1960 to 1966, he advanced to the position of Secretary for the Board of Governors. In November of 1965, it was announced that James McCormick would become the Vice President for Student Affairs, a newly created position to coincide with the building of the brand new University Student Center. The Student Center would oversee...
Abstract Walker L. Cisler, chairman of the board for Detroit Edison, financially supported the foundation of The Walker and Gertrude Cisler Library, which was created by the Walker and Gertrude Cisler Library Foundation in 1970. The library was housed in the Charles Grosberg Religious Center on Wayne State University’s campus and worked to sponsor research, lectures, and conferences about religion and social conflict. The founders believed that with education about religion came tolerance of others and...
Abstract The Wayne University Club was formed in 1937 to provide faculty men with a place to dine and relax together. This collection is a compilation of the papers of three members who held office in the club: Donald C. MacLachlan, donated records for the period 1938-1942, Homer Strong who kept data for the period 1937-1950, and Wilhelm Reitz, who had records from 1937-1971.
Abstract The Women's Resource Center (WRC) at Wayne State University, originally founded as the Women's Center in 1976, was created in response to a report from the President's Commission on the Status of Women. It provided referral services, child care services, and resource information to students and staff and supported women re-entering school. The Center existed largely for women on campus to find support, information, and advice and it routinely arranged seminars, workshops, and support groups for...
- Names: Wayne State University X
- Education 25
- Detroit (Mich.) 23
- Education, Higher 14
- Oral histories 9
- Transcripts 6
- Buildings--Detroit (Mich.) 5
- Teachers Training of 5
- Universities and colleges --Faculty 5
- Child care 4
- Civil rights 4
- College sports United States 4
- College students 4
- Community education 4
- Education, Preschool 4
- Family services 4
- Labor unions 4
- Newspapers 4
- Photographs 4
- Students--Societies, etc. 4
- Urban renewal 4
- Urban youth 4
- African Americans 3
- Alumni and alumnae 3
- Cass Corridor (Detroit, Mich.) 3
- Child therapy 3
- Community service 3
- Detroit (Mich.)--Riot, 1967 3
- Education, Urban 3
- Equality 3
- Historic preservation 3
- Labor 3
- Urban development 3
- World War, 1939-1945 3
- Adult Education 2
- Architecture 2
- Architecture--Michigan--Detroit. 2
- Automobile industry and trade 2
- Centennial celebrations, etc. 2
- Child psychology 2
- City planning 2
- Communism 2
- Community activists 2
- Dance 2
- Dance -- Study and teaching 2
- Detroit (Mich.) -- Politics and government 2
- Detroit (Mich.)--Race relations 2
- Equal rights amendments 2
- Ethnic groups -- United States 2
- Home economics 2
- Housing 2
- Medical care 2
- Medical education 2
- Michigan 2
- Michigan -- Politics and government 2
- Music 2
- Peace movements 2
- Philosophy 2
- Rhythm and blues music 2
- Segregation 2
- Social workers 2
- Sound recordings 2
- Teacher educators 2
- Theater 2
- Urban universities and colleges--Michigan 2
- Women 2
- Women's rights 2
- Abortion 1
- Affirmative action 1
- Affirmative action programs 1
- Affirmative action programs -- United States 1
- African American arts 1
- African American athletes 1
- African American authors 1
- African Americans -- Medical care 1
- Agriculture 1
- Anti-racism 1
- Antinuclear movement 1
- Appalachians (People) 1
- Art--History 1
- Barrier-free design for students with disabilities 1
- Baseball 1
- Basketball 1
- Branding (Marketing) 1
- Charity 1
- Chatsworth Tower Apartments 1
- Child development 1
- Choreography 1
- Civic leaders 1
- Civil Service 1
- Civil rights--United States--Cases 1
- College campuses 1
- College students with disabilities 1
- Commencement Programs 1
- Community development 1
- Constitutional law 1
- Courts --United States 1
- Cross-country running 1
- Dance companies 1
- Deportation--United States 1
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