Curriculum planning -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains various records, correspondence, memos and curriculum information related to the College of Liberal Arts Division of Language, Literature and Communication from 1969-1999.
Records collected by Dean Santos while serving as Staff Chairperson and professor of the National Technical Institute (NTID) Deaf Social Work program. The fifteen boxes include correspondence with alumni of the program, events, alumni newsletters, course syllabi, community programs and service, historical documents, conferences and curriculum materials between 1970-2005.
Materials collected by Julian Yudelson documenting the history of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), College of Business, School of Retailing from 1970-1990. The collection includes correspondence, promotional materials, curriculum planning documents and meeting minutes.
Papers donated by Dr. Larry Quinsland. NTID professor of Science and Mathematics. The papers include materials regarding faculty activity, curricula, and Quinsland's own academic work, as well as images created by students.
The Marilyn Fowler collection on NTID Medical Records Technology Program contains two scrapbooks with historical information and photographs of students and faculty in the program from its' inception to closing in 1994.
Digital audio recordings from different events during Dr. Paul Miller's presidency at RIT. Dr. Miller was president from 1969-1979. Recordings include 1970 and 1975 faculty seminar addresses as well as his retirement speech.
The collection includes articles, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous administrative documents for RIT's NASAD accreditation and course plans for the Graduate Forum class taught by Mr. Giopulos.
RIT College of Business Accreditation records document the College of Business accreditation process with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) from 1981-2004. The materials were donated to the RIT Archives by Jerry Curnutt, the College of Business (COB) Assistant Dean for Administration and Minors Advisor.