Brigham Young University. College of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Existence: 1954 - 1965
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is an academic unit at Brigham Young University. Formed in 1954 in the division of the earlier College of Arts and Sciences, the college was responsible for administering the academic departments related to languages, literature, history, political science, archaeology, psychology, and sociology. In 1965 it was again divided to create the College of Humanities and the College of Social Sciences.
Citation:BYU organizational history, via WWW, Oct. 4, 2012 (College of Humanities and Social Sciences; est. 1954 in division of earlier College of Arts and Sciences; responsible for administering academic departments related to languages, literature, history, political science, archaeology, psychology, and sociology; divided in 1965 to form College of Humanities and College of Social Sciences)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Contains general correspondence, memos to department chairmen, correspondence with specific University officers, admissions and records correspondence, and communication with the Dean of students, the College of Education, general colleges and graduate schools, and staff policies and procedures. Dates range from 1960 to 1962.
Contains unlisted items, and correspondence with Dean Bradford, and Presidents Berrett, Edwards, Taylor, and Wilkinson.
Contains GPA surveys (university as a whole, by college), enrollment summaries and records, data processing sheets, and GPA semester summaries.
Contains personnel files on each individual qualifying faculty member. Includes information on new members, rehires, and part-time faculty.
Contains class rolls, faculty load reports, budgets, staff of various departments, faculty evaluations, meeting minutes, inventories, payroll and treasury, and other materials.
Contains department files, faculty files (part-time, prospective, etc.) and evaluations, catalogs, curriculum files, personnel lists, education requirements, budgets, accreditation, department reports, individual faculty files, graduate assistants, faculty teaching loads by quarter, summary of class rolls, and other material.
Includes correspondence, memoranda, faculty load reports, budget reports, curriculum, catalog material, registration, scholarship and fellowship information. Also includes information concerning various departments, data processing reports, college enrollment and grades, and faculty personnel files.
Contains correspondence, reports, notes and schedules which detail the activities of the College of Humanities and the departments composing it.
Contains summaries of class rolls, superior student reports, teacher loads, Lambda Iota Tau files, correspondence, and enrollment projections.
Contains faculty files identified by surname. Materials date from between 1955 and 1972.