Universities and colleges--Curricula
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Academic programs collection, 1931-2011
Brochures, booklets, informational publications, and miscellaneous materials concerning academic divisions and degree programs offered at Illinois Institute of Technology.
Architecture Department Grade Reports collection, 1948-1958
College of Architecture Miscellaneous reports and memos, 1994-1999
College of Architecture, Planning and Design records, 1977
Misc. materials, ca. 1977 - IIT Curriculum Committee; Architecture, Planning & Design Common Core Program.
Faculty Senate records, 1974-1994
Humanities Department brochures, 1964-1999
1. Science writing/ Science Information program brochure, 1964 2. Technical and professional communication, Department of Humanities program brochure, 1986 3. Technical communication information brochure, 1994 4. iCom internet communication program information brochure, n.d.
Physics Department collection, 1960-1990
1. Physics Graduate Studies, 1964- 1979 2. Physics Program Info 3. Engineering and Applied Physics Program Info
Tutorial Unit collection, 1990
Materials detailing the "Tutorial Unit" as a system for architectural education at Illinois Institute of Technology; proposed in 1990 by Gene R. Summers, Dean of the College of Architecture. Arthur S. Takeuchi, Meton Ramos Gadelha, and Benjamin Erskine Nicholson are identified in connection with units 1, 2 and 3 respectively. Their resumes are included. Also included: "An Open Letter to Dean Summers," being a multi-page letter from student David S. Bombardier commenting on the proposal.
University Statistics and History slides, 1940-1955
Viewbooks and Student Recruitment Materials collection, 1943-2006
This collection consists of viewbooks, flyers, posters, and other student recruitment materials created to promote undergraduate programs at Illinois Institute of Technology. The collection is limited to materials that addressed all or multiple academic divisions. Materials directed to a specific program (e.g., electrical engineering) or school (e.g., College of Architecture) will be found in collections specific to the respective campus unit.