Contains 10 Results:
Honorary doctorate degrees, memos on procedures and proposals, and a list of past BYU recipients.
Policy, regulations and grading changes, Graduate Faculty Meeting, minutes and policy, recommendations for honorary degrees including biographical data on Dr. Rueben Hill, Robert M. Ashby, Hugh B. Brown, Herald R. Clark, Robert C. Kirkwood, Lee S. Bickmore; Graduate School Commencement Addresses by Wesley P. Lloyd.
Statistics and reports in response to department questionnaires, including requests on equipment, reports from business management biblical languages, human development, chemistry, education and accounting department.
Graduate program; opinions from college deans on the new graduate program expansion; comments on religion vs. science dilemma; Armin J. Hill's detailed suggestions for graduate program in lieu of study and travels; miscellaneous data on graduate school evaluations and thesis regulation changes; and questions of funding through the federal government.
Proposed semi-centennial brochure commemorating years of graduate study under chairmanship of Dean B. Farnsworth, 1969. Brochure was never published. Includes drafts of manuscripts and formats, histories of graduate programs from various colleges and departments, correspondence, and chart listing number of masters awarded from each academic department.
General Correspondence, pertains to Graduate Department of Library Science, Requirements for the M.A. Degree in Latin American Studies, Pathology Service, Committee on Special Services, Council of Graduate Schools, Graduate Fellowships - Title IV, Dept. of HEW, Awarding of Degrees in Future Commencements, Proposed Curriculum, Interunversity Engineering Science Program, Language Requirements for the Ph.D. Degree.
Collection includes correspondence to and from Deans Christen Jensen (1953-1954), George H. Hansen (1954-1957), and A. Smith Pond (1957-1959) concerning the graduate programs, policies and requirements for admittance. Also includes memorandums concerning graduate awards, nominations for honorary degrees and the religious influence and standards of Brigham Young University.