Brigham Young University. College of Social Sciences
- Existence: 1965 - 1981
The College of Social Science was organized from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in 1965. The college was primarily responsible for the administration of academic departments and research centers. It also managed the teaching of Social Science 100, which later became American Heritage. The college was later merged with the College of Family Living in 1981 to form the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences.
Citation:Brigham Young University organizational history website, Sept. 1, 2011 (College of Social Sciences; formed 1965; responsible for academic depts. and research centeres; taught Social Science 100 (American Heritage); merged with College of Family Living in 1981 to form College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Contains administrative files, including correspondence and memos, reports, meeting agendas and minutes, addresses, and proposals.
Contains administrative files, including correspondence, generated by the dean's office. Materials date from between 1961 and 1972.
Contains faculty files identified by surname. Materials date from between 1955 and 1972.
Contains administrative files on faculty forums, the Charles Merrill Trust, BYU constituion for Hall of Fame establishment, BYU industrial park, correspondence with Ernest Wilkinson, and History 170 course outline.
Contains administrative files, including faculty load reports, convocation speeches, Vietnam trip proposal and memos, and college-level examination program proposals.
Contains administrative files, including budget reports, faculty salaries, confidential teacher appraisals, general correspondence, communication with university presidents and other colleges, special project files, and material on animal cages, genealogy, and computer science.
Contains letters, reports, personnel records, and topical subject files created by the dean's office. Materials date from between 1955 and 1972.
Contains correspondence and subject files created by the dean's office. Materials date from between 1959 and 1973.
Administrative files, including correspondence and memos, schedules, proposals, agendas and minutes, policy and procedures, brochures, newsletters, handbooks, and handouts.
Includes correspondence and records from the office of the Dean of the College of Social Sciences.