UA/ACAD. Academic Departments and Programs
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
The Colgate University Department of Athletics records contain meeting minutes, newsletters, programs, clippings, and photographs. The bulk of the material covers either football or track and field. It also contains a large number of VHS tapes.
This collection consists primarily of annual reports (1974-2003), also included is an Off Campus Study Guide (2006) along with Alumni Newsletters from 1990, 1994, and 2003 intermixed with annual reports.
The Graduate Studies Office records consists of manuals that outline the requirements of graduate programs at Colgate, directories of students enrolled in the programs, memorandums, and proposals for funding and for expansion and changes to programs.
This collection documents activities at Colgate related to atomic arms control and conscientious objectors to war. It includes conference and committee materials, clippings, and magazine articles as well as newsletters and booklets from various national organizations promoting arms control.
Material in this collection consists primarily of course readings, syllabi, and outlines for the core curriculum that overlap with philosophy and religion, along with several courses in religion.
This collection contains records of Colgate University's Department of Physics and Astronomy. It includes departmental correspondence and newsletters; brochures advertising public events; photographs; a departmental history written in 1939; and lab manuals, syllabi, readings, and other course material.
This collection contains production files (which often include programs), publicity materials, audiovisual materials, student scripts, and posters for university-sponsored theater and drama productions at Colgate University, including Summer Theater and the Children's Theater Workshop. Also included are paintings of set designs and costumes by long-time director Atlee Sproul and production records for a 2014 University Theater production, Dreamplay.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports, and proposal for the creation and eventual dissolution of the Upstate Institute for the Creative and Performing Arts