Brigham Young University. College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
- Existence: 1981-
The College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences (1981- ) is an academic college at Brigham Young University. The college is responsible for administering departments and institutes in the areas of social sciences and family life.
The College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences was established in 1981 in a merger of the College of Family Life with the College of Social Sciences. The college is responsible for administering associated academic departments and research institutes. College deans have included Martin B. Hickman (1981-1986), Stan L. Albrecht (1986-1989), Donovan E. Fleming (1989-1993), Clayne L. Pope (1993-2001), David B. Magleby (2001-2011), and Benjamin M. Ogles (2011-2021), and Laura Padilla-Walker (2021-).
Citation:Jill Mulvay Derr papers, 1977-2007
Brigham Young University website, via WWW, Mar. 8, 2012 (College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences; FHSS)
BYU organizational history project, via WWW, Mar. 8, 2012: College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences (est. 1981 in merger of College of Family Life with College of Social Sciences; administers the following units: American Heritage, Anthropology, Child Development and Family Relationships, Clothing and Textiles, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Home and Family Development, Home Economics Education, Home Economics, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Family Sciences, Political Science, School of Family Life. The college has also been the administering body for the following centers, institutes, and programs: Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, Family and Community History Center, Center for Family and Community History, Comprehensive Clinic, Center for International and Area Studies, David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Family Resource Management, the RELATE Institute, Family Living Center, Family Studies Program, Neuroscience Center, Family and Demographic Research Institute, and Joseph Fielding Smith Institute for Church History; deans include Martin B. Hickman (1981-1986), Stan L. Albrecht (1986-1989), Donovan E. Fleming (1989-1993), Clayne L. Pope (1993-2001), David B. Magleby (2001-2011), and Benjamin M. Ogles (2011- ))
BYU organizational history project, via WWW, May 5, 2023: College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences (Benjamin M. Ogles (2011-2021), and Laura Padilla-Walker (2021-)).
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Contains letters and records from the School of Social Work and self-study and self-assessment reports of the departments and schools within the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences. Dated 1985 to 2009.
Contains correspondence to the dean's office, files on different departments within the college, meeting minutes, information on college convocations and university commencements, and other information documenting the activities of the Dean's office.
Contains information on faculty, staff awards, class schedules, associations, committees, reports, convocations, programs, courses, funds, research, equipment, and applications.
Contains files pertaining to the administration of the College. Includes reports from the various departments within the College. Materials date from between 1986 and 2002.
Contains faculty files, and three magnetic tapes from the Rocky Mountain Assembly (panel discussion and lecture tapes).
Contains administrative files, including correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and financial information.
Contains various business and special events files, including awards, commencements, internal reviews, department reports,family life events, personnel records, and scholarships. Dated 1941-1980.
Contains minutes from various faculty and college meetings. Dated 1956-1980.
Contains correspondence, annual reports for the college and departments, budget information, meeting minutes, faculty files, dean's files, and recordings.
Contains minutes of college meetings, teaching and testing materials for human development and family relations classes, homemaking education, child development, marriage, and clothing and textiles classes, 1959-1964.