Vision. Values. Progress. The Campaign of Illinois Institute of Technology collection, 1990-1993
Printed promotional tabloids and internal memo (to Faculty and Administrative Personnel from Clyde Watkins, 9/23/1993) regarding the $125 million fundraising campaign by Illinois Institute of Technology identified as Vision. Values. Progress.: The Campaign of Illinois Institute of Technology, and a subset of which was identified as the Campaign for Armour College of Engineering and Science. Bernie Sergesketter served as campaign chairman of the $125 million funding effort scheduled to last five years.
See register of issues below.
Register of Issues
- Vol. 1, Issue 1
- Spring 1991: Scott Ternovits, Louis W. Biegler, Coca-Coca Foundation grant, campaign kickoff, Abraham Lincoln Marovitz courtroom (at Chicago-Kent's downtown campus building), Marvin Camras, Chuck Finkl (2 copies)
- Vol. 2, Issue 2
- Spring 1992: M. A. "Al" Self, McCormick Student Village, Tom Demetrio, Library of International Relations (at Chicago-Kent College of Law), Norman J. Schlossman, Gunsaulus Society (Codicil Club), National Center for Food Safety, Grainger Foundation, Goldstein Scholarship
- Vol. 3, Issue 1
- Spring 1993: Roy O. Gignac, Stephen M. Copley, Richard A. Matasar, Gene R. Summers, Patrick Whitney, Glen O. Geist, M. Zia Hassan, William F. Crawford, Jeffrey Perl, School Foundation, Charles W. Finkl, Krehbiel Challenge Grant (2 copies)
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Available for Research
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Formerly 1998.130, 1998.134 and 1998.219
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist