Brigham Young University. Department of Child Development and Family Relationships
- Existence: 1966 - 1982
The Department of Child Development and Family Relationships (1966-1982) was an instructional unit at Brigham Young University.
The Department of Child Development and Family Relationships was formed in 1966 in a reorganization of the earlier Department of Family Life Education, and was part of the College of Family Living. Department chairs included Duane M. Laws (1966-1970), J. Joel Moss (1970-1980), and D. Eugene Mead (1980-1982). In 1981 the department moved to the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences, and the following year was divided and merged into the Department of Family Sciences and the Family Living Center.
Citation:BYU Organizational History Project website, via WWW, Dec. 9, 2014 (Department of Child Development and Family Relationships; est. 1966 in College of Family Living; previously Department of Family Life Education; moved to College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences, 1981; chairs, Duane M. Laws (1966-1970), J. Joel Moss (1970-1980), and D. Eugene Mead (1980-1982); 1982, department divided and merged into Department of Family Sciences and Family Living Center)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of off-campus and departmental correspondence, 1954-1966.
Contains administrative, departmental, and historical records for the College of Family Living. The collection includes publicity materials, self-evaluation reports, meeting minutes, faculty and department information, correspondence, materials outlining the history of the college, and records from the Department of Child and Family Relations, 1954-1990.
Collection of memoranda, correspondence, meeting minutes, publication and publicity reports, and other records for the Department of Child Development and Family Relations.
Contains sample questionnaires about powers and conformity research, as well as course materials with faculty correspondence and course information. Materials date from between 1966 and 1981.
Includes reports, minutes, curriculum materials, and other records of the department chair.
Accreditation reports and self-studies from Brigham Young University's Marriage and Family Therapy program from 1979-1999.