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Lewis College of Human Sciences miscellany collection, 2012-2016

Identifier: 016.01.01

Materials related to Illinois Institute of Technology Lewis College of Human Sciences, including minutes of the executive meeting May 23, 2012. The collection also includes a series of cards about programs offered through the College of Human Sciences, including Social and Economic Development Policy, Digital Humanities, Consumer Research, Analytics and Communication, Behavioral Health and Wellness, Applied Analytics, Sociology, Political Science, Psychology, Humanities, and Communication. It also includes two brochures, an article and publication related to Dean Christine Hines' appointment in 2014. Also, a program from an all-day conference commemorating the new IIT Lewis College of Human Sciences titled "Social Networks and Innovation: New Frontiers in Methods and Applications" (held Nov. 1, 2013 in the MTCC).


  • Creation: 2012-2017


Language of Materials

Records are in English.

Conditions Governing Access

Available for Research

Collection Size

1 Folders

Biographical Note

Formal approval was given for the creation of IIT Lewis College of Human Sciences at the August 16, 2012 meeting of the Executive Committee of the Illinois Institute of Technology Board of Trustees. The College which officially opened June 1, 2013 and accepted its first class in fall 2013 contained the departments of Psychology [previously, the College of Psychology; previously, Institute of Psychology], Humanities, and Social Science. M. Ellen Mitchell, who previously served as dean of the College of Psychology, was appointed interim dean of the new Lewis College. Christine Himes was appointed permanent dean July 1, 2014. As of January 2015, continuing majors in the College were: Communications, Humanities, Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology. Five new undergraduate programs (B.S.) created by the College included Applied Analytics, Behavioral Health and Wellness, Consumer Research, Analytics, and Communication, Digital Humanities,and Social and Economic Development Policy.


Taken from 1998.130 Also formerly 2014.013 (11/1/2013 conference program)


Mindy Pugh

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